Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.
--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America
--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America
Monday, June 28, 2010
Meet Your Elites: Henry Kissinger.
---New York Times, Oct. 28, 1973
It cannot happen without U.S. participation, as we are the most significant single component. Yes, there will be a New World Order, and it will force the United States to change its perceptions.
--World Affairs Council Press Conference, Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel, 19 April 1994
"The ultimate challenge is to shape the common concern of most countries and all major ones regarding the economic crisis, together with a common fear of jihadist terrorism, into a common strategy reinforced by the realization that the new issues like proliferation, energy and climate change permit no national or regional solution."
-- Henry Kissinger - op ed piece for the International Herald Tribune - January 12th, 2009
Emphasis is mine - These issues will be used as a pretext for the elimination of national sovereignty.
"The next 15 years may well be the age of super-terrorism, when they [the Islamic terrorist (ed)] gain access to weapons of mass destruction and show a new willingness to use them . . . . Terrorists in the early years of the twenty-first century will reflect the causes that excite passion and move people to violence . . . conflict will increase until a new stasis or 'world order' is established."
-- "The Futurist" magazine, November-December 1994 issue, in an article titled "The Future Face of Terrorism" (Article co-authored with Mervin J. Cetron.)
(The Futurist is published by the World Future Society, an offshoot of the Rockefeller-founded Trilateral Commission.)
Where do you begin with someone who has had such an eventful and exciting life? I will begin by tying Mr. Kissinger to other influential organizations and individuals who make up "the establishment".
Henry Kissinger escaped with his family from Nazi Germany when he was 15 years old. He went through basic training at Camp Croft in Spartanburg, SC. Doesn't that paint a jovial picture in your mind? He was assigned to military intelligence (the OSS) and was responsible for ridding the German city of Krefeld of Nazis. He recieved a bronze star for tracking down the Gestapo in Hanover.
He graduated with honors from Harvard where his mentor was Tennessean William Yandell Elloit. He was a consultant to the Psychological Strategy Board under Truman. During the 1950s, he became involved in consulting for the National Security Council, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund's Special Studies Project.
During the 1960s, he expanded his advisory talents various government agencies, the RAND corporation, and Nelson Rockefeller-governor of New York. In 1968, he became President Nixon's National Security Advisor. Go to wikipedia, or just google him to read about his foreign policy exploits from the 1960s onward.
Now I don't agree with Christopher Hitchens on much of anything, but a few years ago he wrote the book, "The Trials of Henry Kissinger". I haven't read the book, but here is the filmstrip version, Charlie Brown:
Please note the references to the Rockefeller group and the description of Kissinger as a "Rockefeller Man".
When this book and the above film was released, our own, now deceased, T. Coddington Van Voorhees VII, Bill Buckley came to Kissinger's defense. Read it and decide for yourself. I am not impressed by the surface analysis of Buckley's essay because nowhere does it address the influence of the Non-Governmental Organizations that would appear to be heavily involved in the State department and in crucial policy-making positions.
Nobel Peace Prize - Have you noticed that more often than not, most people who have gotten the peace prize haven't really done much to deserve one. In 1973, Kissinger, along with Le Duc Tho, the leader of the North Vietnamese were awarded the the Nobel Peace Prize for bringing an end to the War. Ironically, the outright communist of the two, Le Duc, captured the moral high ground and refused the prize saying that true peace had not yet been achieved in Vietnam. Kissinger accepted "with humility".
Frivolity aside, here is the Henry Kissinger map: