The bipartisan assault on the US middle class continues.
Huntington’s published analysis for the Trilateral Commission (“The Crisis of Democracy”) represents the establishment’s reaction to the ’60s phenomenon and a long-term strategy for preventing its reemergence. Published in the mid-70’s, its primary economic prescription is a reduction in US living standards. The Carter administration was the launch pad for the implementation of the Trilateralist strategy.
“During the 1960s and 1970s ruling elites in the United States-and throughout the West-were challenged with militant protest from a wide cross-section of the public: workers, Native Americans, ;Blacks, women, poor people, students, Chicanos, Asian Americans, gays, environmentalists. The antiwar movement shook the bipartisan foreign policy consensus which was grounded in the Cold War and U.S. supremacy. Pressure mounted for a more equitable and democratic political, economic, and social system.
Protest was nonviolent and violent, organized and spontaneous, short-lived and enduring. Hundreds of thousands of people marched on Washington, a wave of riots hit major cities and universities were shut down. The ruling class response was often brutal. Protesters were beaten and jailed, leaders were murdered. Students, white and Black, were shot down at Kent State and Jackson State. Police brutality was widespread, especially in minority communities. The FBI escalated its counterintelligence program (COINTELPRO) against Black, Native American, and Puerto Rican liberation struggles; the New Left; the antiwar movement; and the Women’s movement. The CIA carried out a covert action campaign within the U.S. and abroad against U.S. citizens assumed to be involved in antiwar activity known as Operation M HCHAOS (MH standing for matters related to internal U.S. security and CHAOS signifying its goal of infiltrating and destroying anti-war groups). In 1975 the Trilateral Commission released its book-length study, The Crisis of Democracy: Report on the Governability of Democracies to the Trilateral Commission. Noam Chomsky best summarizes the theme: “Trilateral’s RX for Crisis: Governability Yes. Democracy NO.”
The 1960s are the point of departure for the trilateral analysis. J Samuel Huntington, author of the chapter on the United States, describes this period as the “decade of democratic surge and of the reassertion of democratic egalitarianism.” What must follow, as the trilateralists see it, is the reassertion of elite rule and decades of public apathy. Thus, domestic items on the trilateral agenda include: reducing the expectations of the poor and middle class, increasing presidential authority, strengthening business-government cooperation in economic planning, stricter press self-regulation and government oversight, and pacification of rank and file labor…”
See “The Trilateral Commission and Elite Planning for World Management” in the reference section below.
Also see: “Notes on Samuel P. Huntington” at
We had Fitts on the show last january 24th (see podcasts). She’s seen it all.
But of course they’re not telling that to their regular clients, only the wealthiest ones.
People obsessed with textbooks and ivory tower abstractions to the exclusion of human interaction are incapable of seeing the skinner box strapped to their heads, or the empathic atrophy they suffer as a result of their single-minded pursuit of approval by their chosen profession, or for that matter the early mistreatment they likely suffered at the hands of medical “science” which tends to disrupt the process of early mother-baby socialization and holistic neural development, setting them up for such “splendid isolation”. They are both products of and catalysts for the current genocidal order, and I’m sure it only seems rational to them.
Here’s a case in point:
“What single organization is responsible for more terror plots in the USA than any other? Possible answers: Al Qaida. That would no doubt be the popular answer but it would be wrong. The KKK. Way past their prime, so that is not it. The Jewish Defense League. Good guess, but still not it. So what is the correct answer? It is the Federal Bureau of Investigation, AKA the FBI.”
But perhaps that’s the globalists’ plan eh? Bring on managed “revolutions” and “humanitarian” wars against former buddies who are no longer useful. If the US government adds an oil crisis to the list of catastrophes they’ve already wrought on our devastated economy, it ought to be the final nail in the coffin of the theory that it’s ultimately a nationalist entity composed of overzealous or delusional patriots. The US government is a zombie puppet, a “pod” government like every other under the control of the central banking mafia. The wars in iraq, afghanistan, libya, the drug war etc are all being waged AGAINST the USA, the constitution and whatever remains of our sovereignty as a people. The vampires which feed on us are out there for all to see. The people who counterfeit money and charge interest on it can buy anything they want. Their participation in high level planning and coordination can be seen in the lockstep behavior of the centrally managed mass media which invariably find reasons to support the military adventure of the day in pursuit of the scapegoat of the day.
Western civilization, through subversion and deception, has been reduced to a collection of nations of sheep being led around by zombie governments under the control of the money masters. It’s a strange world.
“For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as internationalists and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure — one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.” — David Rockefeller