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Trilateral Commission 2018 membership list of who influences politics in U. S. A. and around the world

The 2018 Trilateral Commission complete membership list is included in today’s blog. Each member’s current and past major affiliations are described.

This group meets annually in secret and participants are primarily from media, big business, think tanks, finance, education, lobbying and government. All major countries are represented, except Russia. The organization’s goal is a new world order without nationalist interests and a future dictated by elite technocrats.

Former North American Trilateral chairman Joseph Nye last month outlined the group’s opposition to President Trump’s populist trade policies, comparing him to Richard Nixon:

Will US leadership in Asia survive the Trump years?

History provides some perspective. In 1972, President Richard Nixon unilaterally imposed tariffs on America‚Äôs allies without warning, violated the framework of the International Monetary Fund, and pursued an unpopular war in Vietnam…The following year, David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski created the Trilateral Commission, which meets once a year to discuss such problems.

You can compare this year’s list to 2017, 2016 and 2015. Continue reading →

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