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Trilateral Commission 2017 membership list of who really makes American national & foreign policy

There is no more powerful organization than the Trilateral Commission, founded 40 years ago by Jimmy Carter’s acolyte Zbigniew Brzezinski, along with David Rockefeller, Alan Greenspan, Paul Volcker, Henry Kissinger, Bill Scranton and representatives of the Council on Foreign Relations, Brookings Institute and Harvard University.

Trilaterals have led the way to unfair trade with China and other policies that only benefit huge corporations and investors. Fiscal austerity and privatization goals by the commission have eliminated millions of middle class jobs for Americans and Europeans.

This is the most current complete 2017 membership list:

Trilateral North American Members

*Executive Committee

  • Madeleine K. Albright, Chair, Albright Stonebridge Group, Washington; former U.S Secretary of State
  • Bertrand-Marc Allen, President, Boeing International, Arlington Continue reading →

John Forbes Kerry, Marty “Smarty” Indyk, and ??? – how foreign money influences State Department

Secretary of State John Forbes Kerry said Sunday he thinks Israel is “heading to a place of danger” because of settlement growth, and he had been “pushing uphill” with the Israeli government, because a majority of the ruling coalition does not support a two-state solution.

There’s a basic choice that has to be made. Are there going to be continued settlements, is there going to be continued implementation of the settlement policy, or is there going to be a separation and the creation of two states?

Kerry was speaking at the Brookings Institute, an organization whose leadership includes Martin Indyk, the man who ran John Kerry’s Continue reading →

Chinese women retire 17 years earlier than us, but moronic scolds want to hike pension age even higher

Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX), House Ways and Means Committee Chairman, pontificated about plans to cut Social Security on Thursday, last week, at the Urban-Brookings Institution Tax Policy Center, Washington, DC.  Brady wants to cut Social Security by not only raising the retirement age to 70, but also imposing means testing to cut benefits. He advocated “creating a true cost-of-living for seniors,” meaning using the chained-CPI cost-of-living adjustment formula to further reduce benefits. Chained CPI is lower than the CPI used to adjust everything else.

Brady’s only accomplishment, other than public office, was serving as an executive at the Rapid Cities (ND) Chamber of Commerce before he moved to Texas..

In addition to gutting Social Security he pushes for lower taxes, deficit reduction and Continue reading →

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