THE DISARMAMENT OF AMERICA-PART 2
By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
January 23, 2012
In the Chicago Tribune article, “OWI Propaganda Machine Linked to Rhodes Men” (July 31, 1951), one reads that after the federal government’s Office of War Information broke up following World War II, many of its former employees went into other government departments, but most went into the radio and publishing fields, where “those who absorbed the [Elmer] Davis [head of OWI who had been a Rhodes scholar] training have pushed the British concept of policing the world with American soldiers and economic aid and have fought for a world federation under which the United States would surrender its sovereignty.” Then, a few weeks later in September 1951, the World Association of Parliamentarians for World Government (WAPWG) was founded (Clark’s 1958 co-author Lewis Sohn would be a legal consultant to the organization).
At WAPWG’s 1952 London meeting, it adopted a map showing that one of the places American soldiers would police under a world government would be Yugoslavia (Rhodes scholar, CFR member and Trilateralist, President Clinton, sent U.S. soldiers to Yugoslavia). The map also showed U.S. troops would be in Australia, and on November 16, 2011 BBC News reported that Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard at a news conference with President Obama announced that Australia would host a full U.S. Marine task force of about 2500 personnel in the coming years. The WAPWG map further showed US armed forces would be in Kazak SSR (on September 14, 1997 U.S. troops began a joint exercise in Kazakhstan), among other places.