Saturday, September 26, 2009

David Rockefeller, China, Free Trade, the WTO and the New World Order

[Hi. Did you miss me? Sorry I couldn't come up with a catchier title for this article - I know it's a mouthful. But at least I found a catchy illustration.]


I've been watching the latest news and frankly it all seems like a bunch of noise to me which is why I haven't been commenting on it recently. Unlike others out there, I find no pleasure in constantly repeating myself.

If you think that the way the world works is that history is just a series of random events blown in this direction or that by random winds, then this is certainly not a post that you will be interested in.

So what is the alternative? That history is not an accident - a series of unfortunate events - but that instead it is guided by those in power. Now I don't claim that even the most powerful people on the planet can control every minute detail of our lives. Of course not.

What I'm saying is that just like the captain of a ship sets his sails and rudder to arrive at his destination despite the shifting winds and currents, so the powerful elite guide historical events to reach their goals.

The MSM has labelled this type of talk "conspiracy theory". Yeah, like they have any credibility.

The Global Elite's shift in strategy

So what do I think is happening? As usual, I'll get straight to the point.

I believe that we have seen a shift in strategy by the global elite. At one time people like John D. Rockefeller actually believed that there was some good in supporting the masses. Basically he believed that the masses could be trained to be civilized. In these matters he was advised by an American Baptist clergyman named Frederick T. Gates who was in charge of Rockefeller's philanthropic endeavors.

But sometime in the 20th century, this strategy was abandoned. The new model is one of a very small elite class separated by a huge gulf from the unfortunate masses.

Sure they still talk about "democracy", but more and more the emphasis is shifting to "capitalism". This justifies that those who can't fight their way to the top deserve whatever they get. Never mind that some people aren't interested in crushing those below them in order to rise to the top.

China and the New World Order

I associate the New World Order with David Rockefeller. There is a famous quote of Rockefeller's after he visited China in 1973. He wrote this in an article titled "From a China Traveler", which appeared in the New York Time on August 10, 1973.
"The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao's leadership is one of the most important and successful in history."
That was the same year that he created the Trilateral Commission. Perhaps that was when the new vision was born.

You see in the good ol' days, grandpa Rockefeller was able to use his huge wealth and power to do whatever he pleased in the United States. He was able to shape public policy and to undertake huge construction projects. Just look at Manhattan. That is largely the creation of one man - John D. Rockefeller.

But with the political reform of the 60s the ability of the super-rich to totally impose their will came to an end.  So what was the point in being super-rich if you couldn't be the master of the universe?

But in China, there was a sort of "greenfield". Here was a place where power was still concentrated and could be used arbitrarily to change society. Here the globalist architects could construct their New World Order. And once the model was well established they could export it around the world.

But in order to export the model, barriers that were in place had to be torn down. That is what the "free trade" movement accomplishes. It forces every nation to compete with every other nation. This is the way that the masses in even the most advanced countries would be crushed. They would be forced to compete for employment with the poorest and most desperate of the planet.

The WTO and the New World Government

And while no one was paying attention the WTO was born in 1995 to function as an embryonic new world government. The WTO can force member nations to adopt new laws. It also functions as an international court to settle disputes between member countries.

Just look at this case of Maryland vs. the WTO to get a feel for the power of the WTO over national and even state governments.
Del. James W. Hubbard [of Maryland General Assembly] seems to have started a trade dispute with China -- and he's loving every minute of it.

The Prince George's Democrat began to rankle the Chinese government last winter, when the General Assembly took up his bill to make Maryland one of the first states to ban some products manufactured with lead.

Hubbard, who gravitates toward environmental issues, offered put in the bill in response to a high-profile recall of some Chinese-made toys last year that were found to contain too much lead.

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative alerted the Chinese government, which sent a letter from Beijing to protest the bill as a barrier to trade. Lawmakers in Annapolis were unfazed and passed the bill, which takes effect next month.

Then came a four-page missive from the World Trade Organization's Committee on Technical Barriers to Trade -- in English and Chinese -- opposing another of Hubbard's bills, to ban a chemical compound called bisphenol A that is central to the plastics industry. Manufacturers in the United States and China use the compound in baby bottles and other products. With testimony on both sides, the bill did not pass out of a House committee.
In fact the WTO is a level of government above the national. It is the beginning of an international government - a world government.

The United Nations is just a decoy. Everyone knows that the UN has no power. But while everyone is focused on the UN, the real world government was formed via the WTO.

What really tipped the scales was when China was admitted to the WTO in 2001. China obviously did not meet the requirements to be admitted, but it was given waivers and admitted anyway.

2009 Financial Crisis and the New Economic World Order

Then came the global financial crisis of 2009. It is obvious to me that this crisis was engineered. But even if you do not want to accept this fact, the outcome is that it enabled the formation of a New Economic World Order.

On Friday, September 25, 2009, we all woke up to a New Economic World Order. The G-20 was declared to be the new masters of the universe. This made official the inclusion of China in an expansion of the G8.

Transfer of power from United States to China

The big loser of course is the United States. And the big winner of course is China. The rest is just noise and random winds that can be safely ignored.

And of course this was the whole point - to transfer power from the US to China. This was the plan all along. And now the rest will just follow naturally.

The coup de grâce actually occurred back in 2001 when China was given entry to the WTO. This was the culmination of the plan.

Still you can see how desperate the elite were that they had to resort to creating a global economic crisis in order to accelerate their plan.

Well I guess David Rockefeller at 94 years of age only has a few years left and he wanted to see his plan bear fruit before passing away. Still at his age he is able to write an Op-Ed in the New York Times and rail about the dangers of "protectionism".
President Obama should resist the desire to accommodate the forces of protectionism from unions, environmentalists and cable television pundits alike. Giving in to their demands may be politically astute, but it would send the wrong message to our trading partners and, more important, inflict damage on the already weakened American economy.
President Obama should use the meeting of the Group of 20 this week in Pittsburgh to argue the case for the expansion of world trade. He should also condemn the subtle protectionist measures — subsidies and domestic content legislation, for example — already used by the United States and many of our trading partners.
Some will ask why the president should stress trade expansion at a time when our domestic economy is in the doldrums. The reason is that our economy is richer as a result of globalization.
When David Rockefeller says "our economy is richer as a result of globalization", what he really means is that he and his super-rich associates are richer.

It used to be that the worst thing you could call someone was a "communist"... now it is a "protectionist". All the sudden those communist in China are OK, just as long as they keep their borders open to "free trade".


Eugenics? Yes I'm sure that's part of it. Just look at China's "one child policy".

Basically, as I said before, society will become severely fractured between the super-rich and the masses. When you have that sort of society, then the masses become quite expendable - so anything goes. The social contract between the upper classes and the lower classes is completely broken.

Totalitarianism, fascism? Sure, why not? Isn't that the form of government in China?

Welcome to the New World Order.


1964 - China detonates its first nuclear weapon.
1967 - China detonates first H-Bomb.
1969 - David Rockefeller becomes Chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank.
1969 - Sino-Soviet border conflict strains relation between USSR and China.
1970 - David Rockefeller becomes Chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
1970 - China launches first satellite.
July 1971 - Kissinger goes on a secret mission to China.
October 25, 1971 - Mainland Communist China replaces Republic of China (Taiwan) on the UN Security Council. Taiwan loses all representation in UN.
February 1972 - Nixon engages in direct talks with Chairman Mao Zedong. Nixon issues the Shanghai Communiqué which states that there is only one China and that Taiwan is part of China.
1973 - David Rockefeller visits China.
July 1973 - David Rockefeller foms Trilateral Commission.
1974-1975 - George H.W. Bush is the US "ambassador" to China. Officially the US did not recognize the PROC, so he did not hold the official title of ambassador.
1976 - Mao Tse Tung (Zedong) died at the age of 82. Hua Guofeng becomes the new Chairman of the Communist Party of China.
1978 - Economic reforms called "Socialism with Chinese characteristics" were started by pragmatists within the Communist Party led by Deng Xiaoping. The goal of Chinese economic reform was to generate sufficient surplus value to finance the modernization of the economy.
January 1, 1979 - The United States transferred diplomatic recognition from Taipei to Beijing.
1979 - Deng Xiaoping became the first Chinese leader to visit the United States. He met with Jimmy Carter in the White House.
1981 - Deng finishes consolidating power in China by ousting Hua Guofeng and replacing him with persons loyal to him.
1984 - The United Kingdom signs an agreement to hand over Hong Kong to China.
June 1989 - Tiananmen Square protests in China brutally suppressed.
1991 - Collapse of the Soviet Union.
1995 - WTO is formed
1997 - Hong Kong handed over to China by the United Kingdom.
December 20, 1999 - Macau handed over to China by Portugal.
July 13, 2001 - 2008 Olympics awarded to Beijing.
December 11, 2001 - China accepted into WTO. Robert Zoellick was the US negotiator.
April 2006 - China's President Hu Jintao meets with President George W. Bush in White House.
July 1, 2007 - Robert Zoellick becomes president of the World Bank.
August 2008 - US opens huge new embassy in Beijing on the eve of the Beijing Olympics. At the same time China opens its new embassy in Washington, D.C. which is the biggest embassy in the US capital.
August 2008 - Beijing Olympics - China's "coming out party".
September 2008 - Global economic crisis triggered by the fall of Lehman Brothers.
September 25, 2009 - New Economic World Order created at G-20 meeting in Pittsburgh.

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