Sunday, March 18, 2012

"Conspiracy Theorists" Validated: CFR Openly Plans for "Global Governance"

The Council on Foreign Relations is an extremely well-connected group.   Since Eisenhower, every man who has won the Presidential nomination of either D.C- based party has been a member of the CFR, with the exceptions of Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan.   The highest positions in our national government have been filled with CFR members for decades.

For many years, organizations like the John Birch Society and the Eagle Forum tried to warn people that the goal of the CFR was global governance.    Our values, institutions, and constitution, would be replaced by those more amenable to a one world system.

They were mocked, ridiculed, impugned, and marginalized for raising such alarms.   It got to the point, especially with JBS, that many people considered them "nutty" but could not tell you exactly why.    Well friends, now that its plans are far enough along, the CFR no longer attempts to hide its efforts to promote global governance.   Take this quote from a recent article on it's own web site:
 "The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has launched an international initiative to connect leading foreign policy institutes from around the world in a common conversation on issues of global governance and multilateral cooperation. " 
Those laughing at the JBS (and I am not a member) were wrong.    JBS was right.   It is a common tactic of the left to use a torrent of mockery and ridicule on people who raise alarms/ask inconvenient questions when they cannot defend their positions on the basis of fact and reason.   
The CFR is trying to facilitate global government.   They are open about it.   An Obama-Romney match-up would be one between an open CFR member and one whose name has recently been removed from the rolls. 

 Resistance against one world government begins with the recognition that there are powerful forces like the CFR that are working for it.  It's no longer a conspiracy theory, because they are not operating in secret.   They are operating in the open, but the mass media do not cover it as a problem to be overcome, or even as a choice you are supposed to make. They don't cover it at all.   Since we can not yet stop it nationally, our best bet is to join forces with groups which are trying to stop it locally.  Secure Arkansas is one such group, and one that I am a member of.

1 Comments:

Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

Certain "Conspiracy Theorists" have turned out to be right so often, and the corporate media wrong so often, that it makes one wonder about the nature of credibility and who deserves to have it. That was brought to home again recently by an article I read from the CFR.

5:23 PM, March 18, 2012  

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