By Allen Lindley
I first read an article regarding the “Trilateral Commission” in the mid 1970s. Since then, I’ve periodically heard this organization mentioned. My first thought was that this is a secret organization designed to establish a one-world government. It’s not secret, but simply not discussed in the press.
A recent article appeared on the Internet, regarding many people appointed by the Obama administration who are members of the Trilateral Commission. They are: Secretary of Treasury, Tim Geither; Ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice; National Security Advisor, Gen. James L. Jones; Deputy National Security Advisor, Thomas Donilon; Chairman, Economic Recovery Committee, Paul Volker; Director of National Intelligence, Adm. Dennis C. Blair; Assistant Secretary of State, Asia and Pacific, Kurt M. Campbell; Deputy Secretary of State, James Steinberg; and State Department, Spec. Envoys, Richard Haass, Dennis Ross and Richard Holbrooke.
I recently went to Google and read many articles regarding the Trilateral Commission. Two founders are David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski. Their purpose was to create a “New International Economic Order.” In order to ensure this result, it was necessary to control the Executive Branch of the U.S. government. It’s estimated that initially there were 300 powerful and wealthy individuals in North America, Europe and Japan whose sole purpose was to foster “closer cooperation among these core democratic industrialized area of the world with shared leadership responsibilities in the wider international system.” The initial person chosen by this organization to become president of the United States was James Earl Carter. He was a relative unknown until being chosen to become his party’s candidate. The latest candidate chosen was Barack Obama.
I did not realize this organization was openly working for a New World Order, as admitted by President George H.W. Bush, who is also a member. This purpose is being pushed by both major political parties. Brzezubksi wrote in his book, “Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era” (1969) that mankind has moved through three stages of evolution (religious, Nationalism, Marxism), and is in the middle of the final stage (Technetronic Era) or the ideal of rational humanism on a global scale — the result of American-Communist evolutionary transformations.
It's not secret, but simply not discussed in the press
By Allen Lindley
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