TRILATERAL COMMISSION, CFR AND AMERICA’S GLOBALIZATION
By Michael LeMieux
May 15, 2010
My father would tell me as a child – “Tell me WHO your friends are and I will tell you WHAT you are.” The meaning of this is based upon the age old adage “Birds of a feather flock together.” Because we most often associate with those to whom we feel comfortable and, quite often, are most like ourselves, with similar beliefs, likes and dislikes; a man can be judged by whom he chooses to associate himself with. And so it is with Politics, especially with politics!
What I wish to share with you today goes beyond mere politics and concerns the politics of power. Politics of power is the game that is played by men seeking domination over people, geographical regions, and within a small elite crowd — a desire for world control. I know! We have all seen the James Bond movies depicting the evil arch enemy of the free world in their hollowed out volcano with some death ray or doomsday weapon. But these sinister men are much quieter, much more adept at social manipulation and silent control of governments from behind the scenes.
Within America there are a number of groups vying for power and control; besides the Democrats and the Republicans, but there are two in particular that we should all be concerned about, they are the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR) and the Trilateral Commission (TC).
The public face of these organizations appears to be nothing more than honest think tanks looking to bring knowledge and understanding of complex issues to light. Just as we have come to know about politicians who say one thing to get elected and quite another once they have been elected; these organizations are no different.
The CFR website states: “The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is an independent, nonpartisan membership organization, think tank, and publisher.” They talk about educating and influencing public policy and policy makers. As a membership organization they include heads of state and prior heads of state as well as Senators and Representatives, President cabinet members as well as leaders from high finance and industry.
The Council was founded on July 29, 1921 by the Chief Advisor to President Woodrow Wilson, Col. Edward M. House. The start of the CFR, and to this day, has been funded, in one degree or another, by John D. Rockefeller, J.P. Morgan, Paul Warburg, Jacob Schiff, and others. Many of these same men were also involved in the plan that brought about the Federal Reserve in 1913 as outlined in G. Edward Griffin’s book “The Creature from Jekyll Island.”