Donald Trump met with Henry Kissinger at Trumps request on May 18. He admits to their having had several phone conversations the last few weeks with the 92-year-old monarch of the establishment. Indeed, no one other than Kissinger’s mentor David Rockefeller, is more establishment. Together they have served for 50 years as architects of world government their plans transitioning through the following labels: Internationalism, new world order, world order, and now globalism. Most of the establishment news noted the meeting but none gave any detail as to what they discussed or why this would be of any importance to the now presumptive Republican nominee.
As a lead architect of a no-win policy in Vietnam, and since of world government, there should be nothing that Kissinger has to offer that Donald Trump should wish to emulate. So why the phone calls and the private meeting to a man who served as secretary of state seven presidents ago?
At this point I feel as though I am watching an old movie with new actors. Ronald Reagan was hated by the establishment media and vilified every night by the news as he went through the primary system. But his popularity still surged as has Trumps. George Bush contemptuously called Reagan’s free market economic philosophy “voodoo economics.” They were as much at odds as Trump and Ted Cruz are now. About two months before the Republican Convention the heat against Reagan noticeably declined. I documented three meetings with the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) which included their then leadership David Rockefeller and Henry Kissinger. Perhaps the intensity of the opposition to Trump will again fade after the Trump/Kissinger get together as it did for Reagan.
Dr. W. Cleon Skousen, a delegate at the Reagan Republican Convention, later shared with me, two very interesting conversations. Skousen and a small group approached Reagan strongly voicing their opposition to the rumored possibility of George Bush being nominated by Reagan to be his vice presidential running mate to which Reagan emphatically responded, “Under no circumstances would I have THAT MAN as my vice president.” The next morning Reagan announced George Bush as his vice presidential running mate. The group reapproached Reagan for an explanation and was told, “Had one Hell of a night with David and Henry.” He walked away. His failure to note last names did not matter. Everybody knew that the names belonged to the two most influential names in American politics, Rockefeller and Kissinger. Apparently they demanded that George Bush be on the ticket.
I pondered this information for decades as I thereafter carefully documented and shared with my students the power of the CFR in presidential elections and resulting cabinets, whether Democrat or Republican. From the Reagan presidency to that of Barack Obama every secretary of state has been a member of this Rockefeller/Kissinger organization, indeed every ambassador to Russia and China and every ambassador to the United Nations. So certain was I of my findings, I told my students from the Bill Clinton election on that who ever is next elected president will have, in addition to the above named positions, at least a third of his cabinet from this “secret combination” as well. I have not been wrong.
I reasoned that the establishment found it necessary to work with Reagan and could drop the intensity of their opposition to him if he would accept their man, George Bush, a CFR member and past director of the organization, as his vice presidential candidate. They would let Reagan do much of what he wished so long as it did not interfere with their new world order agenda. He saw himself in a position to do much good despite the obstacle and agreed. The Reagan Administration, like those before it, included a high number of CFR members. America loved him but he was still but a necessary change in quarterbacks. Reagan democrats quickly fell off and big government and internationalism resumed their place under his successor Bush. Hopefully a “Trump Revolution” does not follow the same pattern.
In the March 3 presidential debate Chris Wallace asked Trump, “Can you reveal two or three names for national security?” Trump answered, “I think Richard Haas is excellent.” “I have a lot of respect for him.” “General Kane is excellent.” “I like Col. Jacobs very much.” “I see him.” “I know him.”
Richard Haass is in his 13th year as president of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). He is also a member of the Bilderbergers and the Trilateral Commission, two other groups long accused of working for globalization (code for world government). No one in America, other than Rockefeller and Kissinger, is more establishment than he and his organization, and he is the first name on the lips of Donald Trump as an advisor. The CFR is the establishment!
General Kane, presumably retired Maj. Gen. Robert C. Kane, Trump’s second named advisor is not listed as a member by the CFR but Col. Jacobs, presumably Col. Jack Howard Jacobs, is. The Trump list of three to advise him, two of whom are CFR members, one the CFR chairman, reveals that if he is elected they remain in charge and the American voter, totally betrayed, will believe that the establishment has been eliminated from control over the process.
The pattern for the last 70 years has been to have a CFR member as either president or vice president. Should Trump choose a CFR member as vice president, as did Reagan, it will confirm that he too is managed by the establishment. At the very least the parallels with the Reagan Administration feel uncomfortably familiar.
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