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Conclusion – Trilateral and Kissinger

The following excerpt is the conclusion of a recent speech by Henry Kissinger to the Trilateral Commission. Part two was yesterday. THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION2009 PLENARYMEETING – TOKYO, JAPAN, APRIL 26, 2009THE INTELLECTUAL UNDERPINNINGS OF THE TRILATERAL PARTNERSHIP IN THE 21ST CENTURY Henry Kissinger: So, it is an enterprise that must be undertaken, but it is an enterprise also that needs to be looked at or studied in the excruciating detail […]

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Kissinger and Trilateral Commission – Part 2

The following excerpt is Part 2 of a recent speech by Henry Kissinger to the Trilateral Commission is fascinating. Part one was yesterday. Tomorrow’s post will be a continuation. THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION 2009 PLENARYMEETING – TOKYO, JAPAN, APRIL 26, 2009 THE INTELLECTUAL UNDERPINNINGS OF THE TRILATERAL PARTNERSHIP IN THE 21ST CENTURY Dr. Henry Kissinger Therefore, some of the disagreements that have existed between Europe and the United States are not […]

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Kissinger raps U.S. at Trilateral Commission plenary meeting in Tokyo, Japan

The following excerpt of a recent speech by Henry Kissinger to the Trilateral Commission is fascinating. Tomorrow’s post will be a continuation. THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION2009 PLENARYMEETING – TOKYO, JAPAN, APRIL 26, 2009THE INTELLECTUAL UNDERPINNINGS OF THE TRILATERAL PARTNERSHIP IN THE 21ST CENTURY Dr. Henry Kissinger When the Trilateral Commission was started in 1974, the world was essentially a bipolar world. The idea of David Rockefeller and his colleagues was to […]

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Law passed to exempt workers under ten

Watching Henry Paulson explain the trillions of dollars spent on the banks today, it didn’t make me yearn for the good old days when capitalism was even more unfettered than presently. He, and his friends Tim Geitner and Larry Summers, epitomize what happens when bankers and their lackeys run America. Conservative politicians and commentators (have a “Rush”) agree that all our problems today are caused by government regulation of business […]

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Fox Business says bank sues itself

For years I have watched CNBC for financial news, but in the past year or so, they have become absurdly against the average person. One example, the constant repetition by pundits that the current depression was caused by citizens spending too much on credit cards and mortgages, and totalling ignoring the Wall Street speculation which really caused our downfall. Fox Business on the web has produced some excellent reports in […]

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Americans lose healthcare reform battle

It’s all over. Insurance and drug companies won. Readers of this post have lost. “Mr. (Rahm) Emanuel said one of several ways to meet President Barack Obama’s goals is a mechanism under which a public plan is introduced only if the marketplace fails to provide sufficient competition on its own. He noted that congressional Republicans crafted a similar trigger mechanism when they created a prescription-drug benefit for Medicare in 2003. […]

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CFR loves Mexico, but why lie about guns?

“…the arms that cartels can and do buy from the open U.S. market, completely illegally, leave Mexico’s police force and even its military outgunned. There are nearly 7,000 gun shops along the southern U.S. border, about three for every mile. They sell thousands of hand grenades, rocket-propelled grenade launchers, AK-47s, and “cop killer” guns and bullets that cut through Kevlar body armor. The weapons quickly flow south, again with barely […]

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French may take Iraq, America French fried

Remember when France decided not to support our war and occupation of Iraq? And some media neo-cons derided French culture? And some called french fries, freedom fries? It was fashionable at the time to promote the idea that we were helping Iraq, building relationships, and bonding in a way that meant guaranteed oil and great trade relations. During this past week, China and BP won the only oil contracts awarded […]

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