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Trilateral Komisyonu Üyeliği

Birinci Dünya Savaşının galibi İngiltere'dir. İngiliz devletini yöneten unsur kraliyet hanedanlığıdır. Bilindiği gibi İngilizler, Almanlar, Hollandalılar ve Fransızlar gibi Cermen milletinin bir mensubudurlar.
Birinci Dünya Savaşından sonra Dünyayı yöneten unsurun Birinci Dünya Savaşının galibi ve baş aktörü olan ülkenin olduğunu anlamamız gerekir.
İşte bu İngiltere devleti, kendisinin bir uzantısı olan Amerikan devleti ve Almanya devletindeki bazı aile şirketlerini, şeytani tarikatları ve hükümet nezdindeki önemli kişileri kullanarak(ve ayrıca onları büyütüp, ünlü yapıp, sahneye çıkartıp ve sonrasındada besleyip), Devlet+Mafya-Tarikat-Gladyo sistemini İkinci Dünya Savaşı öncesinde ve sırasında kurmaya çalışmak istemiştir ve başarılı olmuştur.
Nasıl başarılı olmuştur ve bu Devlet+Mafya-Tarikat-Gladyo sisteminin içinde kimler var?
Devlet: İngiltere-Amerika.
Devleti Yöneten Hanedan(İngiliz/Cermen Milletine Hizmet Ediyor): Windsor(İngiliz Cermen Kökenli) ve Rothschild(Hazar Türk Kökenli) sülalelerinin karışımı
Mafya: Rockefeller-Rothschild-JP Morgan gibi sülale şirketleri
Tarikat: İlluminati, Mason, Bilderberg gibi şeytani tarikatlar
Gladyo: İngilizlerin kontrolünde olan Faşist İktidarlar: İngiliz Ajanı Kukla Hitler ve Kukla Nazi Devleti/Hükümeti, ve İngiliz Ajanı Kukla Stalin ve Lenin'in Sovyetler Birliği'nin Yıkımını Amaçlayan Yeni Sovyet Devleti/Hükümeti.
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Trilateral Komisyonu Üyeliği

Mesajgönderen TurkmenCopur » 05 May 2011, 20:44

MEMBERSHIP OF THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION

The interesting aspect of Trilateralism is that it brings together the Administrators of power rather than the Holders of power.
David Rockefeller is essentially the only power center in the entire Trilateral catalog. Politicians, lawyers, bureaucrats, media types, trade unionists come and go in the Trilateral halls of power — they are transient administrators. They retain administrative positions only as long as they are successful in using political power to gain political objectives. Operators do not, by and large, create objectives — this is an important point. One should label this group of operators "the hired hands." As Senator Mansfield once said of Congress, "To get along, you must go along." Trilateral operators are at the pinnacle of success in "going along."
In the 1970's, nine of the American Trilateral commissioners were Establishment lawyers, from highly influential major law firms. The "revolving door" area between so-called public service and private gain, where attorneys alternate between private practice and the federal payroll, clouds more precise identification.

For some reason, two of the nine lawyers were partners in the Los Angeles law firm O'Melveny & Myers: senior partner, William T. Coleman Jr. (also a director of David Rockefeller's Chase Manhattan Bank and a former Transportation Secretary): and Warren Christopher, who was a partner from 1958-67 and from 1969 until joining Carter's regime as Deputy Secretary of State, and Clinton's as Secretary of State in 1993.

In 1994 William T. Coleman Jr., now a senior partner in O'Melveny & Myers, had already been Secretary of Transportation, was still a Trilateralist and indeed a member of the exclusive Trilateral Executive Committee.

From the same law firm of O'Melveny & Myers in 1994 Warren Christopher had become Secretary of State after serving as Co-Director of President Clinton's Transition team, amid strong protests that he was not looking for any personal appointment. Christopher did an outstanding job for the Trilaterals, appointing no fewer than 22 fellow members to the Clinton Administration that emphasized the "old way of doing business" could not continue. No doubt Christopher will return to O'Melveny & Myers after his term as Secretary of State, to continue the wheeling and dealing business.

Moreover, this political influence duo is now joined in 1994 by yet another partner in O'Melveny & Myers, Ko-Yung-Tung, Chairman of the firm's New York-based Global Practice Group.

So this almost unknown Los Angeles law firm is in reality an influence-peddling outfit of the first category. This Trilateral trio highlights the cozy revolving door political influence game that makes a mockery of a free society.
O'Melveny & Myers together with Kissinger & Associates and the Carlyle Group have a lock on political influence — and all just happen to be linked to the Trilateral Commission. George Franklin, former Executive Secretary of the Commission, avers, this is a mere statistical accident, all talent just accidentally happens to be within the Trilateral Commission, that we shouldn't be concerned; in fact, according to Franklin, we should be grateful that such eminent ladies and gentlemen are willing to accept the burdens of "public service."

So how does this political influence game work? We'll suppose you're out there in Zaire or the Argentine and you want some U.S. taxpayer dollars — to build a bridge or "fight drugs," anything in fact that gives you opportunity to skim a little gravy off the top for your own hardworking self — what do you do?
You head for Trilateral Mr. Ko-Yung-Tung, the O'Melveny & Myers man in New York, or Trilateral Henry Kissinger at Kissinger Associates, or former Secretary of Defense Trilateral Frank Carlucci at The Carlyle Group — all with excellent Trilateral connections and — for a substantial, very substantial, fee — they will take your case to Washington.

And do you believe for one minute that some small time Deputy Assistant Secretary of State who makes routine $100 million aid decisions is going to look the other way when Henry, or Frank, or Yung-Tung telephone about the pitiful needs of Zaire or the Argentine?
After all, a Deputy Assistant Secretary has ambitions one day of becoming a full-fledged Assistant Secretary and will need a few kind words from prominent persons. So the decisions on Zaire or the Argentine are not made with the interests of the United States taxpayer in mind but by what is termed elegantly as "political factors."

Now contrast this con game with the many thousands of American citizens who suffered from U.S. radiation experiments in the 1940's and 1950's. They want compensation but have to go to court to try to get just compensation from the Department of Energy. The American in the street can't call up Henry Kissinger or Frank Carlucci or Ko-Yung-Tung (as can the Zairian Embassy or an Argentinian Senator). Poor Joe Blow has to use his limited funds to challenge a Department of Energy with unlimited taxpayer funds to fight its own citizens.

This is what Trilateralism is all about. It's not about the Technetronic Age which is a long word about nothing and indeed if Brzezinski couldn't see the coming downfall of the Soviet Union, he can't be relied upon to for see the nature of the coming era. Trilateralism may be clothed in fancy language but it boils down to the exercise of political power in the interests of the Trilaterals and their associates. If you swallow the coy phrase "public service" then you shouldn't be reading this book. It's more like institutionalized ripoff.

So you complain to Congress? Good luck! The Majority Leader, Thomas Foley Jr., is a Trilateral, as are many other Congressmen and Senators. Now you know why laws to restrict lobbying always have gaping loopholes.

Here are the prominent law firms with Trilateral partners, and so linked into the political influence network: CENTER FOR LAW AND SOCIAL POLICY:

Paul C. Warnke (pre-1994)
Philip H. Trezise (pre-1994);

CLIFFORD, WARNKE, GLASS, MCILWAIN & FINNEY:

Paul C. Warnke (pre-1994);

COUDERT BROTHERS:

Sol M. Linowitz (pre-1994)
Richard N. Gardner (1973-1994);

O'MELVENY & MYERS:

Warren Christopher (1973-1994),
William T. Coleman, Jr. (1973-1994)

Ko-Tung-Yung (1994)

SIMPSON, THACHER & BARTLETT:

Cyrus R. Vance (pre-1994)

WILMER, CUTLER & PICKERING:

Gerard C. Smith (1973-1994)

Lloyd N. Cutler (pre-1994)

AKIN, GUMP, STRAUSS, HAUER & FELD:

Vernon C. Jordan (1994).

Propagandists and Technicians

Quite distinct from the political operators, although their functions often overlap, are the propagandists (the media) and the technicians (academicians and research controllers). These groups provide the intellectual linkage between the power holders and the power administrators (the operators). Technicians design the plans needed to promote and imple-ment objectives. They explain ideas to the public and even conceive ideas — within limits. Technicians and propagandists achieve personal success only insofar as they have ability to conceive and promote plans within the overall

framework welcome to the power holders. A media source distributing unwelcome news or a researcher developing unwelcome conclusions is politely so informed — and usually takes the hint. Trilateralist technicians are experts at "getting the message."

We find the following "think tanks" linked to Trilateralism:

ASPEN INSTITUTE FOR HUMANISTIC STUDIES:

Maurice F. Strong
Robert S. Ingersoll

BROOKINGS INSTITUTION:

William T. Coleman, Jr.
Henry D. Owen
Gerard C. Smith
C. Fred Bergsten
Graham T. Allison, Jr.
Philip H. Trezise
Bruce K. MacLaury

CENTER FOR DEFENSE INFORMATION:

Paul C. Warnke COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

Richard N. Gardner GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, CENTER FOR STRATEGIC AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES:


David M. Abshire
William E. Brock, III
William V. Roth, Jr.
Gerard C. Smith

HARVARD UNIVERSITY

Graham Allison
Robert R. Bowie

HOOVER INSTITUTION ON WAR, REVOLUTION AND PEACE

David Packard
George Schultz

HUDSON INSTITUTE

J. Paul Austin

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (MIT)

Carroll L. Wilson

MITRE CORPORATION

Lucy Wilson Benson

RAND CORPORATION

J. Paul Austin
Graham Allison
William T. Coleman, Jr.

WORLD WATCH INSTITUTE

C. Fred Bergsten

These "think" tanks are financed by foundations which are also linked to Trilateralism:

ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION

Cyrus R. Vance
W. Michael Blumenthal
Robert V. Roosa
Lane Kirkland
John D. Rockefeller IV

TWENTIETH CENTURY FUND RUSSELL SAGE FOUNDATION

J. Paul Austin

FORD FOUNDATION

Andrew Brimmer
John Loudon

CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE

William A. Hewitt
Hedley Donovan
Thomas L. Hughes

BORDEN FOUNDATION

Zbigniew Brzezinski

ROCKEFELLER BROTHERS FUND

David Rockefeller

ROCKEFELLER FAMILY FUND

David Rockefeller
John D. Rockefeller IV

WOODRUFF FOUNDATION

J. Paul Austin

WORLD PEACE FOUNDATION

Robert R. Bowie

The Media

Trilateralist media representation, although not large in numbers, is highly influential.

In the 1970's, of five media commissioners, three were relatively insignificant:

Doris Anderson, editor of Chatelaine Magazine; Carl Rowan, columnist, and Arthur R. Taylor, formerly head of the CBS network, dismissed in October 1976.

Two media Trilaterals were highly influential:

Emmett Dedmon, editorial director of the Chicago Sun-Times, published by Field Enterprises. The chairman of Field Enterprises, Inc., Marshall Field V, also a director of First National Bank of Chicago, operates Field Enterprises under an exhaustive agreement with his half brother, "Ted," Frederick W. Field; and Field ownership is significant because of Trilateral connections with the First National Bank of Chicago. In any event, Chicago Sun Times is the sixth largest newspaper in the U.S. (daily circulation 687,000).

Another influential media Trilateralist was Hedley Donovan, editor-in-chief of Time, member of the Council on Foreign Relations and director of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

According to the U.S. Labor Party:

Donovan played a central role in the "faking of the President, 1976." Under his Trilateral direction, Time functioned as a black propaganda vehicle throughout the campaign and post-election period, painting Carter as an "outsider" with no connections with the corrupt politics of Washington, D.C. and Wall Street This "image building" provided the crucial cover for the planned vote fraud, and Time played a crucial coverup role as widespread evidence of the Nov. 2 fraud surfaced.

Trilateral disdain for the First Amendment is a factor working strongly against generally sympathetic media attention.

On the other hand, Trilateralist intervention in day-to-day media operation, by use of the traditional telephone call, is probable, given the numerous Trilateral corporate directors in the media:

Henry B. Schacht is a director of CBS; Sol Linowitz, a director of Time; J. Paul Austin, a director of Dow Jones; Harold Brown, a director of Times-Mirror Corporation; Archibald K. Davis, a director of Media General, Inc.; Peter G. Peterson, a director of Great Book Foundation and National Education TV; William M. Roth, a director of Athenum Publishers; and Cyrus Vance, a director of the New York Times. Their presence is ominous. However, any persistent intervention to kill or re-orient stories will backfire. Most media people are professionals rather than propagandists.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, supposedly a public institution, has always had a heavy Trilateral bias. This reflects the blurring of public and private which Trilaterals exercise so well for their own advantages.

Sharon Percy Rockefeller, wife of Commissioner John D. Rockefeller IV, former Governor, now Senator from West Virginia, is an example of this link. More emphatic is the funding of the PBS heavyweight programs which mold public opinion by Trilateral-oriented and Trilateral-represented firms.
Robert C. Wenks, a Trilateral in 1994, is also Chairman of Prudential Securities, Inc. and finances "Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser," and you will never hear Rukeyser criticize the Federal Reserve private banking monopoly or argue gold as the only stable basis for a monetary system.
"Tony Brown's Journal" on PBS is funded by Pepsi-Cola, a major Trilateral-linked firm with at least one or two directors always on the Trilateral Commission. Pepsi is one of the gung ho New World Order firms and as you will remember, was first into Communist China and only second after Coca Cola into Soviet Russia.

The famous MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour is financed by Archer Daniels Midland, a global corporation with Trilateral Dwayne Andreas as Chairman. Pepsi Cola also finances MacNeil Lehrer.

General Electric is another long-time Trilateral firm; Paolo Fresco is the current Trilateral Chairman, and finances the McLaughlin group.
So — how impartial do you think PBS can be when it comes to New World Order? And this government-backed organization is supposed to be a "public" institution. Instead it illustrates how Trilaterals have a flair for quietly influencing public institutions.

The following media outlets are also linked to Trilateralism:

NEW YORK TIMES:

Cyrus R. Vance (1978); Flora Lewis (1994)

CBS:

Arthur R. Taylor (1970s)
Henry B. Schacht(1970s)

Los ANGELES TIMES

Harold Brown (1979)
Robert Erburn (1994)

TIME, INC.

Hedley Donovan

FOREIGN POLICY MAGAZINE

Samuel P. Huntington
Thomas L. Hughes
Richard N. Cooper
Elliot L. Richardson
Marina von Neumann Whitman
Richard Holbrooke
Zbigniew Brzezinski

FOREIGN AFFAIRS

William M. Roth
C. Fred Bergsten

CHICAGO SUN-TIMES

Emmett Dedmon

CNN

V. Thomas Johnson (1994)

WASHINGTON POST

Katherine Graham (1994)
Politics and Government

Trilaterals are often politicians. In 1977, 27 out of 77 U.S. Tri-lateralists were also professional politicians and professional bureaucrats. In 1993 the number had increased to 39 politicians and bureaucrats.

In 1977 President Jimmy Carter and Vice President Walter Mondale were Trilaterals. In 1993 President Bill Clinton and Vice President Albert Gore were Trilaterals. It should be emphasized that selection by the Trilateral Commission was long before they became residents of the White House.
Interestingly, President Jimmy Carter was selected and promoted by none other than Trilateral President David Rockefeller. In 1992 the Trilateral backing was more discreet for Bill Clinton because of previous public criticism of the Trilateral Commission for its dominant influence.

Here's how THE TIMES (London) reported the Rockefeller-Carter linkup:

Governor Jimmy Carter, the 1976 Democratic Presidential candidate, has for reasons known only to himself professed to be an innocent abroad, but the record is somewhat different. As Governor of Georgia, a state aspiring to be the centre of the New South, he led the state trade missions abroad. While in London in the autumn of 1973 he dined with another American visitor, but by no means an innocent, Mr. David Rockefeller of Chase Manhattan Bank.
Mr. Rockefeller was then establishing, with the help of Professor Zbigniew Brzezinski of Columbia University, an international study group now known as the Trilateral Commission, He was looking for American members outside the usual catchment area of universities, corporation law firms and government, was impressed by the Governor, if only because he had ventured abroad, and invited him to join. Governor Carter, perhaps because he was already eyeing the White House from afar, was only too happy to accept.

This enlightening statement in THE TIMES has one significant error. The Trilateral Commission is no "international Study group" — it is clearly a group that generates policies and tries to ensure that its own Trilateral Com-missioners have a role in implementing the policies. A study group would not place one-third of its members in Administration after Administration, both Republican and Democrat. This is, THE TIMES to the contrary, an operating group working towards specific self-centered objectives.

The Congress

Senators and Congressmen are members of the Trilateral Commission, which, given the negative belittling Trilateral view of the Congress, is somewhat surprising. On the other hand, modern politicians in the "Best Congress that money can Buy" have little trouble accommodating inconsistent policies providing the price is right — for them.

Trilateralists also occupy key posts in the House, i.e., chairman of the House Republican Conference, majority whip, chairman of the Democratic Conference, and chairman of the House Democratic Caucus. In sum, Trilaterals have a lock on the legislative process.
The significance of this lock on the legislative process is brought into focus when we examine the political ideology of Trilateralism as expressed by Crozier, Huntington, and Watanuki in THE CRISIS OF DEMOCRACY.

• The democratic political system no longer has any purpose.
• The concepts of equality and individualism give problems to authority.
• The media is not sufficiently subservient to the elite.
• Democracy has to be "balanced" (i.e. restricted).
• The authority and power of the central government must be increased
Weighing these totalitarian ideas which form the political philosophy of the commission against congressional membership in the Trilateral Commission, the reader will be tempted to ask, were these the political policies espoused by these politicians when elected to office?

In any event, five senators also were Trilateral commissioners in 1978:

LAWTON CHILES, Democrat, Florida ALAN CRANSTON, Democrat, California, Senate majority whip
JOHN C. CULVER, Democrat, Iowa
JOHN C. DANFORTH, Republican, Missouri
WILLIAM V. ROTH, JR., Republican, Delaware
In 1994, Senators DIANE FEINSTEIN, CHARLES ROBB, JOHN
CHAFEE, and WILLIAM S. COHEN were added.
This neatly reflects the Democratic majority in the Senate,
three Democrats and two Republicans; and it is notable that
the Senate majority whip — a key Senate post — is a Trilateralist.

The following six Congressmen were Trilateralists in 1978:

JOHN B. ANDERSON, Republican, Illinois, chairman, House Republican Conference JOHN BRADEMAS, Democrat, Indiana; majority whip WILLIAM S. COHEN, Republican, Maine BARBER B. CONABLE, JR., Republican, New York THOMAS S. FOLEY, Democrat, Washington; chairman, House Democratic Caucus DONALD M. FRASER, Democrat, Minnesota; chairman, Democratic Conference and Americans for Democratic Action.

In brief, top administration jobs — Republican and Democrat — are filled from a talent pool dominated by the Trilateral Commission. This selective process of filling top Executive Department slots with Trilateralists has been deliberate and ruthless.

Before President Carter formally took office, numerous Trilateralists were appointed as follows:

ZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKI — assistant to the president for national security affairs CYRUS VANCE — secretary of state HAROLD BROWN — secretary of defense W. MICHAEL BLUMENTAL — secretary of the treasury ANDREW YOUNG — ambassador to the United Nations WARREN CHRISTOPHER — deputy secretary of state LUCY WILSON BENSON — undersecretary of state for security affairs
RICHARD COOPER — undersecretary of state for economic affairs
RICHARD HOLBROOKE — undersecretary of state for East
Asian and Pacific affairs W. ANTHONY LAKE — undersecretary of state for policy planning
SOL LINOWITZ — co-negotiator on the Panama Canal Treaty GERALD SMITH — ambassador-at-large for nuclear power negotiations.

Trilaterals in the Clinton Administration

All Administrations since the Carter Administration have contained an unusually large number of Trilateral members. Nominally they resign on enterng government but as most promptly rejoin the Trilateral Commission on leaving government, "resignation" is a farce — part of the government/ private revolving door that retains influence in a small, like-thinking elitist group.
President Bill Clinton is a "former member in Public service." When he leaves the White House, Clinton will undoubtedly rejoin the Commission and indeed could not have attained the Presidency without Trilateral approval and support.

On the 1993 (July) membership list of Cabinet positions we find as Trilateral members:

BILL CLINTON, President of the United States
WARREN CHRISTOPHER, co-director of the transition with
VERNON C. JORDAN (also a Trilateral). Thus the transition
process was entirely controlled by Trilaterals. BRUCE BABBITT, U.S. Secretary of Labor DONNA E. SHALALA, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services
HENRY CISNEROS, U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban

Development Cabinet positions in 1994 are:

GRAHAM ALLISON, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Plans & Policy LYNN E. DAVIS, Under-Secretary of State for International Security Affairs JOHN M. DEUTCH, Under-Secretary of Defense for Acquisition DAVID GERGEN, Assistant to the President for Communications WINSTON LORD, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs ALICE M. RIVLIN, Deputy Director, Office of Management and Budget JOAN EDELMAN SPERO, Under-Secretary of State for Economic and Agricultural Affairs STROBE TALBOTT, Deputy Secretary of State, formerly Ambassador to Russia PETER TARNOFF, Under-Secretary of State for Political Affairs CLIFTON R. WHARTON, Deputy Secretary of State 1991-93, followed by Strobe Talbott. Other Government positions in the Clinton administration WILLIAM J. CROWE, JR., U.S. Ambassador to Britain ALAN GREENSPAN, Chairman, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System JAMES R. JONES, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico JOSEPH S. NYE, JR., Chairman, National Intelligence Council, Central Intelligence Agency.

As Executive Director George Franklin Jr. stated back in 1978, the Trilateral Commission invites only members with New World Order viewpoints and goals.
President Bill Clinton then is an ideal member, unusually so because his entire career has been formed under tutelage and guidance of New World Order advocates. (See JBS Bulletin, October 1992).

Clinton has a B.S. in International Affairs from Georgetown University in 1968, where he studied under Carroll Quigley, whose famous Tragedy and Hope had been published in 1966. Quigley broke the story of an elitist British group financed by the Rothschilds and Cecil Rhodes, whose ambition was to run the world. Rhodes founded the Rhodes scholarships at Oxford University — and Clinton, a devout disciple of the New World Order message, was given a Rhodes scholarship to Oxford University.

There is another side to the Quigley story which is little known, and we are aware of it because this author had some correspondence with Quigley about Tragedy and Hope. Quigley sincerely believed in New World Order but was not aware of the darker side of the globalist types until they refused to reprint his book and destroyed the plates; Quigley was alerting too many honest academics and citizens to the dark side of New World Order. The difference between Quigley and Clinton is morality. We know that Quigley was an honest academician, a little naive, genuinely puzzled why the Establishment wanted the secrets in Tragedy and Hope kept secret. Clinton, on the other hand, quickly learned the political power profit lessons of the New World Order, in the tradition of Rothschild and Rhodes. Consequently, while Quigley died a puzzled man, Bill Clinton has been supported at every turn of the road (until early 1994) by the Trilaterals and their fellows to gain a reputation of deceit and devious-ness unequalled by any past President of the United States.

As we write this (January 1994) Clinton is in trouble. We even hear rumors that he is targeted for political destruction and will be succeeded by another Trilateralist, former Mayor of San Francisco, now Senator Dianne Feinstein. But make no mistake, the Trilaterals have a firm hold on the Presidency and will continue to bring their influence to bear on its occupant.

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Kitap: Trilaterals over America (1995)
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