Monday, October 19, 2009

The Trilateral Commission: excerpt 2

although the initial arrangements for the Commission were laid out in a series of meetings held at the Rockefeller's famous Pocantico Hills estate outside New York City, Rockefeller first introduced the idea of the Commission at an annual meeting of the Bilderberg group, this one held in Knokke, Belgium in 1972 - the Bilderberg group is similar to the Trilateral Commission in that it is funded and heavily influenced by the Rockefeller empire, and composed of international financiers, industrialists, media magnates, union bosses, academics and political figures - however, the much older Bilderberg group's membership is strictly limited to participants from the United States, Canada and Western Europe: ie., the NATO alliance.

the Trilateral Commission was unique, though, in that it brought the Japanese ruling elite into the inner councils of the global power brokers, a recognition of Japan's growing influence in the world economic and political arena.

the Commission's purpose is to engineer an enduring partnership among the ruling classes of North America, Western Europe and Japan - hence the term "Trilateral" - in order to safeguard the interests of Western capitalism in an explosive world, the private Commission is attempting to mold public policy and construct a framework for international stability in the coming decades - to put it simply, Trilateralist's are saying: the people, governments and economies of all nations must serve the needs of multinational banks and corporations - in short, Trilateralism is the current attempt by ruling elites to manage both dependence and democracy - at home and abroad.

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