In economic and
financial desperation, leaders around the globe are openly calling for the
creation of a "New World Order," including prominent "old guard" members of
the Trilateral Commission. Is the baby about to be born?
THE RETURN OF THE TRILATERAL UNDEAD
It's not accidental that so many of
the original members of the Trilateral Commission, all of whom are now well
into their 80's, have returned to dance in the limelight once again.
TC Members like Henry Kissinger,
Zbigniew Brzezinski, Paul Volker and Brent Scowcroft, for instance.
On January 5, 2009, Henry Kissinger
was interviewed by CNBC on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. His
voice still raspy and spoken with a thick accent, he responded to a question
about President-elect Obama's first actions as President:
"he can give new impetus to American
foreign policy ... I think that his task will be to develop an overall
strategy for America in this period, when really a 'new world order' can be
created. It's a great opportunity. It isn't such a crisis."
While the rest of the country slips
into depression and financial collapse, to Kissinger "it isn't such a
And, of course it isn't -- for him.
Kissinger has been patiently waiting
since at least 1973 for his New World Order egg to hatch.
And remember, in July 1971,
Kissinger was the very first diplomat (under Nixon) to visit Communist China
in order to open up trade relations with that brutal dictatorship. Oh, and
that was an absolutely top-secret trip.
The Trilateral Commission was
founded in 1973 to create a "New International Economic Order." George H.W.
Bush, also a Trilateral, later spoke of inaugurating a "New World Order."
Hence, in Trilateral literature, the two terms have been synonymous ever
Kissinger earlier praised Obama's
picks for economic recovery, and why not?
Obama picked Trilateral Commission
wonder boy Timothy Geithner to be Secretary of the Treasury. The rest of the
team are protégés of Robert Rubin, also a Trilateral and former Treasury
Secretary under Clinton.
Obama's top foreign policy advisor
has been Zbigniew Brzezinski, the co-founder of the Trilateral Commission
with David Rockefeller.
In 1974, Brzezinski stated:
"We need to change the international
system for a global system in which new, active and creative forces recently
developed - should be integrated. This system needs to include Japan.
Brazil, the oil producing countries, and even the USSR, to the extent which
the Soviet Union is willing to participate in a global system... the reality
of our times is that a modern society such as the U.S. needs a central
coordinating and renovating organ which cannot be made up of six hundred
For the uninitiated, "six hundred
people" refers to Congress: Replace it with a Socialist/Communist central