Trilateral Commission guest – Anthony Fauci!

When I think of the Trilateral Commission’s (TC) members and guests, I recall vicious visions of pervert Jeff Epstein, pontificating Mike Bloomberg, slick David Gergen,  oily Larry Summers, “what-me-worry” Michael Chertoff, and Bill Clinton.

You can add a health bureaucrat to this rogues gallery, thanks to a long, pandering, often saccharine, interview of Dr. Anthony Fauci by members of the Trilateral Commission North American Group. Watch some (recommended), or all of it (exhausting) at the end of this post.

It may not be widely known, but Dr. Fauci’s principal job is not doing interviews on whether or not to wear coronavirus masks – once strong “no”, now strong “yes”. He has an important administrative job – director of the National Institute of  Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), a post he has held since 1984.

There’s even a Fauci doll

But like most government officials, Fauci has assistants that do the actual running of things day-to-day, or perhaps even year-to-year. Hugh Auchincloss is the Principal Deputy Director – the go-to-guy to get things done at this multi-billion-dollar agency with its thousands of staff professionals.

Fauci marks his 80th birthday anniversary on Christmas Eve this year.

As a taxpayer and American citizen, are you disturbed that the doctor – in the midst of a pandemic – finds time to spend an hour or more with an organization that is dedicated to establishing a new world order – one without borders – ruled by technocrats in the model of China, instead of by national democratic institutions?

Fauci has better things to do for the American people than conducting a love fest (again, watch video) with this notorious organization. TC holds its annual meetings in secret with political leaders, corporate honchos, generals, professors, many Wall Street’s CEOs, plus a pack of diplomats.

There has never been a leak to the New York Times or any other medium, describing what happened at an annual Trilateral Commission meeting since its founding in 1976 by Henry Kissinger, David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski. That’s a record for hiding decisions and backroom deals that influence domestic and foreign policies..

This is how TC describes itself:

The Commission offers a global platform for open dialogue, reaching out to those with different views and engaging with decision makers from around the world with the aim of finding solutions to the great geopolitical, economic and social challenges of our time.

Someone should mention to TC that open dialogue includes meetings with a transcript, video, or at least attended by even one reporter.

Its members share a firm belief in the values of rule of law, democratic government, human rights, freedom of speech and free enterprise that underpin human progress.

Members are also committed to supporting a rules-based international system, closer cooperation across borders and respect for the diversity of approaches to policy issues.

TC’s idea of “rule of law, democratic government, human rights, freedom of speech and free enterprise” includes Communist members from China, a country hardly interested in such principles

In addition to representatives from Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore, China’s TCs members currently include:

  • Chen Naiqing, Former Vice President of the Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs, Beijing, and member of TLC Executive Committee
  • Li Zhaoxing, Former Foreign Minister of People’s Republic of China, Beijing
  • Lu Shumin, Former Vice President of the Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs, Beijing
  • Ruan Zongze, Executive Vice President of China Institute of International Studies, Beijing
  • Sio Chi Wai, Deputy to the 13th National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China

The current list of Trilateral Commission members

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