A Biden Win Would Mean The Return of The CFR And Trilateral Commission

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The Trilateral Commission has had a stranglehold on the U.S. Administration and its global trade hegemony since 1973. To their shock and dismay, Trump has disrupted this dominance and precipated an unprecedented attack against himself and his administration. ‚ĀÉ TN Editor

A Joe Biden presidency means a ‚Äúreturn to normality‚ÄĚ simply because it means a return of the US Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

In 2008, Barack Obama received the names of his entire future cabinet already one month prior to his election by CFR Senior Fellow (and Citigroup banker) Michael Froman, as a Wikileaks email later revealed. Consequently, the key posts in Obama’s cabinet were filled almost exclusively by CFR members, as was the case in most cabinets since World War II. To be sure, Obama’s 2008 Republican opponent, the late John McCain, was a CFR member, too. Michael Froman later negotiated the TPP and TTIP international trade agreements, before returning to the CFR as a Distinguished Fellow.

In 2017, CFR nightmare President¬†Donald Trump¬†immediately canceled these trade agreements ‚Äď because he viewed them as detrimental to US domestic industry ‚Äď which allowed China to conclude its own, recently announced¬†RCEP free-trade area, encompassing 14 countries and a third of global trade. Trump also canceled other CFR achievements, like the multinational Iran nuclear deal and the UN climate and migration agreements, and he tried, but largely failed, to withdraw US troops from East Asia, Central Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Africa, thus seriously endangering the global US empire built over decades by the CFR and its¬†5000 elite members.

Unsurprisingly, most of the US media, whose owners and editors are themselves members of the CFR, didn’t like President Trump. This was also true for most of the European media, whose owners and editors are members of international CFR affiliates like the Bilderberg Group and the Trilateral Commission, founded by CFR directors after the conquest of Europe during World War II. Moreover, it was none other than the CFR which in 1996 advocated a closer cooperation between the CIA and the media, i.e. a restart of the famous CIA Operation Mockingbird. Historically, OSS and CIA directors since William Donovan and Allen Dulles have always been CFR members.

Joe Biden¬†promised that he would form¬†‚Äúthe most diverse cabinet‚Ä̬†in US history. This may be true in terms of skin color and gender, but almost all of his key future cabinet members have one thing in common: they are, indeed,¬†members of the US Council on Foreign Relations.

This is the case for Anthony Blinken (State), Alejandro Mayorkas (Homeland Security), Janet Yellen (Treasury), Michele Flournoy and Jeh Johnson (candidates for Defense), Linda Thomas-Greenfield (Ambassador to the UN), Richard Stengel (US Agency for Global Media; Stengel famously called propaganda¬†‚Äúa good thing‚Ä̬†at a 2018 CFR session), John Kerry (Special Envoy for Climate), Nelson Cunningham (candidate for Trade), and Thomas Donilon (candidate for CIA Director).

Jake Sullivan, Biden‚Äôs National Security Advisor, is not (yet) a CFR member, but Sullivan has been a Senior Fellow at the¬†Carnegie Endowment for International Peace¬†(a think tank ‚Äúpromoting active international engagement by the United States‚ÄĚ) and a member of the US German Marshall Fund‚Äôs¬†‚ÄúAlliance For Securing Democracy‚Ä̬†(a major promoter of the ‚ÄúRussiagate‚Ä̬†disinformation campaign¬†to restrain the Trump presidency), both of which are run by senior CFR members.

Most of Biden‚Äôs CFR-vetted nominees¬†supported recent US wars¬†against Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and Yemen as well as the 2014 regime change in Ukraine. Unsurprisingly, neoconservative Max Boot, the CFR Senior Fellow in National Security Studies and one of the most vocal opponents of the Trump administration, has called Biden‚Äôs future cabinet¬†‚ÄúAmerica‚Äôs A-Team‚ÄĚ.

Thus, after four years of ‚Äúpopulism‚ÄĚ and ‚Äúisolationism‚ÄĚ, a Biden presidency will mean the return of the Council on Foreign Relations and the continuation of a tradition of¬†more than 70 years. Indeed, the CFR was founded in 1921 in response to the¬†‚Äútrauma of 1920‚ÄĚ, when US President Warren Harding and the US Senate turned isolationist and renounced US global leadership after World War I. In 2016, Donald Trump‚Äôs ‚ÄúAmerica First‚ÄĚ campaign reactivated this 100 year old foreign policy trauma.

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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Sapere Audete

Have they ever been away?

“On the nth day, God crea¬≠ted the “the chosen one” to kill the American people at warp speed – trust the plan, obey!” – https://coronistan.blogspot.com/2020/11/on-nth-day-god-created-i-am-chosen-one.html


The CFR has indeed has not Gone Away. They are still there in one form or another. They have No desire to let the Good People of the United States run this Country.

Citizen Critic

One only needs to read the “THE PROTOCOLS OF THE MEETINGS OF THE LEARNED ELDERS OF ZION” to understand what is going on… NOW.