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The Tri-Lat’s Time to Shine,(sucks to be us)

January 31, 2009

The Trilateral Commission, was founded by David Rockefeller, and Zbigniew Brzezinski in 1973. By 1976 the T.C. became a powerful influence over the Presidency and it’s members received executive appointments to powerful Cabinet positions.

The member list of the Trilateral Commission is that of influential persons of monetary knowledge and wealth from three Regions. The United States, Europe, and Japan. The commission was brought together so that the three could work together more closely.


Speaking at the Chase Manhattan International Financial Forums in London, Brussels, Montreal, and Paris, Rockefeller proposed the creation of an International Commission of Peace and Prosperity in early 1972 (which would later become the Trilateral Commission). At the 1972 Bilderberg meeting, the idea was widely accepted, but elsewhere, it got a cool reception. According to Rockefeller, the organization could “be of help to government by providing measured judgment.”

The Commission put many prominent figures in to high places in the US government.


David Rockefeller was the principal founder of the Commission. He has served on the Executive Committee from the beginning in mid-1973 and was North American Chairman from mid-1977 through November, 1991. Zbigniew Brzezinski played an important role in the formation of the Commission. He was its first Director (1973-76) and its major intellectual dynamo in those years. Dr. Brzezinski rejoined the Commission in 1981 and now serves on the Executive Committee. President Carter was a member from mid-1973 until his election, when he left in accordance with Commission rules barring individuals holding administration posts. President Bush was invited to join in early 1977 after he left the government. He resigned in late 1978, two years before he became Vice President. Richard B. Cheney was a Commission member from 1997 until he became a candidate for the Vice Presidency and resigned in 2000. Paul Volcker and Alan Greenspan each departed from membership, in accordance with Commission rules, upon becoming Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board. Mr. Volcker was invited back to the Commission in September 1987, after stepping down as Chairman of the Fed, and he served as North American Chairman from 1991 to 2001.

And Now

Where George W. Bush filled his cabinet with Members of The Project of the New American Century(PNAC), Obama is filling his with Members of the Trilateral Commission.

<August Review

Secretary of Treasury, Tim Geithner

1. Ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice

2. National Security Advisor, Thomas Donilon

3. Chairman, Economic Recovery Committee, Paul Volker

4. Director of National Intelligence, Admiral Dennis C. Blair

5. Assistant Secretary of State, Asia & Pacific, Kurt M. Campbell

6. Deputy Secretary of State, James Steinberg

7. State Department, Special Envoy, Richard Haass

8. State Department, Special Envoy, Dennis Ross

9. State Department, Special Envoy, Richard Holbrooke

Not on the list is, Hillary Clinton. Her connection to the Commission is through her Husband, William Jefferson Clinton.

Lets not forget Tm Giethner like Obama, will fix it all. This is why he will pass even if he fudged his taxes. (Something you and I would be in prison for.) However, it will not be what is needed for the people of the country, but it will continue to advance the power of bankers. There are many other connections to the Commission. There is a very informative article at the <August Review.

The Trilateral Commission has finally gotten what they wanted. They have groomed and prepared a man who came out of no where, and was remembered for a speech that was given four years ago. Think about how one man could get the support of the bankers, if he was not their man to open the doors for their original plan, “A New International Economic Order.” Look at the placement of the members.

With Zbigniew Brzezinski as Obama’s top Foreign Affairs Adviser, (behind the scenes) unrest in the Afghan region is inevitable. In the video below, the narrator tells of Brzezinsi’s track record, and what it meant to the Afghan region in the 80s. With The Trilateral Commissions members in key positions to handle the United States Foreign Policies, it will be a one step closer to the, a “New International Economic Order”, and The New World Order.


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  1. January 31, 2009 3:48 pm

    Lawsuit filed claiming Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is constitutionally ineligible to serve

    There were serious questions about the constitutional eligibility of Hillary Clinton to serve as secretary of State. Lawsuit filed claiming Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is constitutionally ineligible to serve. The issue arises from the Secretary of States salary having been raised during Hillary Clinton’s term in the Senate. The Constitution forbids members of the Senate from being appointed to civil office, such as the Secretary of State, if the “emoluments,” or salary and benefits, of the office were increased during the Senator’s term. This clearly occurred. Congress tried to do an end run around the Constitution by lowering the Secretary of States salary. This does not change the historical fact that the salary of the Secretary of State was raised three times during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as a Senator from New York. This case will eventually end up at the Supreme Court.



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