A Socialist View - Politicians of the Seventh Beast System
In April 1992, Senator Joe Biden, former vice president-elect, penned an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal entitled "How I Learned to Love the New World Order." Senator Biden was miffed that the Journal had cast him as a "neo-isolationist" because he had objected to the foreign-policy strategy of then-President George Bush (Senior), a strategy which Biden characterized as 'America as 'Globocop'. It's important to remind ourselves of the context of those 1992 remarks.
Biden, a Democrat, was responding to the pronouncements and policies of President George Bush, a Republican, about this "New World Order," a phrase with which most Americans were totally unfamiliar prior to September 11, 1990. On that day, President George Bush delivered his televised "New World Order" speech on the Iraq situation to a joint session of Congress, several months before launching the U.S. led attack on Saddam Hussein in the First Gulf War. "Out of these troubled times, our fifth objective, a new world order can emerge."
On July 14, 1993, a little over a year after writing the Journal op-ed cited above, Senator Biden introduced Senate Joint Resolution 112 urging the new president, Bill Clinton, to initiate discussions to establish a standing United Nations army. Under his proposal, United States bases and facilities would be made available to train UN forces, and the president would not "be deemed to require the authorization of Congress" to make American troops, facilities, or other assistance "available to the Security Council on its call."
In an address to Mikhail Gorbachev's 1995 State of the World Forum
in San Francisco, Brzezinski lamented that with only five years to the start of the new millennium, "We do not have a new world order, we cannot leap into world government in one quick step," Brzezinski noted. Attaining that objective would require a gradual process of "globalization," building the new world order "step by step, stone by stone" through "progressive regionalization." The supranational EU in Europe is an example of that regional approach, as is NAFTA on our own continent.
Brzezinski, of course, was President Jimmy Carter's National Security Adviser. Less well known is the fact that he also was Jimmy Carter's tutor on world affairs long before Carter came onto the national stage, while he was still a little-known governor of Georgia. Brzezinski was appointed tutor by David Rockefeller, who had tapped Carter for membership in his newly formed Trilateral Commission, one of a number of elite groups pushing for world government.
The inspiration for Rockefeller's Trilateral Commission
had been Brzezinski's 1970 book, Between Two Ages, in which the Polish immigrant argued that "national sovereignty is no longer a viable concept." According to Brzezinski, U.S. sovereignty should be jettisoned for "the goal of world government." He also contended, in the same book, that "Marxism, disseminated on the popular level in the form of Communism, represented a major advance in man's ability to conceptualize his relationship to his world" and that "Marxism supplied the best available insight into contemporary reality."
To the left is Obama holding the book: The Post American World. Don't expect Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Zbigniew Brzezinski, to explain honestly where their plans will take our country. They won't attach the word socialism to their plans.
Yet, this is precisely what is presented in Obama and Biden's Blueprint for Change. Nor will they admit their willingness to submerge our nation and the rest of mankind into a UN-led world government. For them, the United Nations is now untouchable.
America's deep entanglement in the world body by relying on its resolutions to supplant congressional declarations to authorize war has become a non-issue. Today socialism and world government in America can no longer be denied.
Barack Obama and Joe Biden may not hold membership in the Council on Foreign Relations or the Trilateral Commission, but most within their administration does. Both Obama and Biden have been closely associated with the Council on Foreign Relations, writing for its journal, Foreign Affairs, and speaking at its programs. The goal of capturing America has passed it's 100 year anniversary, beginning with Edward Mandell House and the Progressive Party of 1912, Barack Obama could very well be their progressive capstone of socialism as dreamed up by Karl Marx.
Merging the United States with other Nations
becomes possible only if our country's uniqueness is significantly watered down to where it no longer stands apart from the rest of the world. So, our CFR-influenced leaders commenced building socialism here at home, the social-welfare state, giving away our wealth (foreign aid), and entangling the United States in an assortment of sovereignty-compromising pacts and agreements (the UN, WTO, NATO, NAFTA, etc.). The National Debt has passed the $16 trillion level, but foreign aid continues.
Like the United Nations, the Federal Reserve and its power to create money out of nothing is an untouchable. America is being taken off track deliberately. Should Americans become aware that some crisis has engulfed our nation, CFR members in the media can be counted on to ramp up a campaign to persuade a worried populace that some new governmental system, a world system perhaps, is the solution to the crisis. As Rahm Emanuel stated, "You don't ever want a crisis to go to waste."
In 1966, Georgetown Professor Carroll Quigley's monumental "Tragedy and Hope" became available. In his 1,350 pages, this influential academic, who mentored Bill Clinton, bared details about a "secret society" (Quigley's phrase) formed to rule the world. He was one of the rare scholars who had been allowed access to the network's secret records, and he was sympathetic to its goals, though he disagreed with its intent to remain unknown. The network's front group in the United States, he said, is the Council on Foreign Relations.
Quigley noted that the Democrat and Republican Parties had Converged
particularly concerning the adoption of internationalism and big government as central features of their programs. He urged continuation of the practice of insuring that the two major political parties in America remain virtually indistinguishable and to work toward full achievement of CFR goals. He urged the two major political parties to be almost identical "so that the American people can 'throw the rascals out' at any election without leading to any shifts in policy."
That, of course, is what has happened, with predictable, cyclical regularity. The Republicans and Democrats at the national level have become the flip sides of the same CFR coin; they both promote the steady growth of big government and internationalism, while placating their core constituencies. The Republicans are allowed to cater to the right on a few issues (pro-life, pro-gun, pro-military, pro-business) while the Democrats cater to the left (pro-abortion, pro-homosexual, anti-gun, anti-war, pro-union).
references John McManus The New American
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