|Think tank elitists downplay Bilderberg/CFR ‘conspiracy’ to which they belong||| Print ||
Months before think tank elitists such as Fareed Zakaria and Robert Kagan ventured off to yet another Bilderberg meeting in May 2009, they downplayed its significance and chastised those who asked inquisitive questions about its proceedings, its agenda and its undue influence on world affairs.
Members of We Are Change Florida, We Are Change Orlando and other truth groups questioned several of these top globalist ‘thinkers’ about the signficance and predominance of groups including Bilderberg, the CFR, Bohemian Grove and other elite retreats during the Florida International University’s February 2009 Geopolitical Summit.
These globalist frontment– who have all pushed for the one-world agenda– seemed collectively to respond ‘Bilderberg? CFR? So what? Is there supposed to be a conspiracy or something? Hehehe. Snicker. What about the Trilateral Commission?’ This, despite the fact that all belong to one or all of these groups.
Parang Khanna even dismisses altogether a question about re-opening the investigation into the 9/11 attacks with a simple and smug "Next question."
Fareed Zakaria, a Bilderberg attendee in 1993 and 2009, and a reported board member of the Trilateral Commission and the C.F.R., for which he was also the managing editor of their publication Foreign Affairs
Robert Kagan, a Bilderberg attendee, CFR & Trilateral Commission member, founding member of the Project for a New American Century (PNAC) and signing author of its controversial 2000 report "Rebuilding America’s Defenses"; also a contributor to Foreign Affairs magazine.
Francis Fukuyama, a CFR and Traileral Commission member and part of the Project for a New American Century think tank. Fukuyama effectively skirted his lifelong neocon ties late in the Bush Administration, rebuking many of its policies as he endorsed Obama during the 2008 election cycle.
Trilateral Fukuyama is also the author of ‘The End of History and the Last Man‘ which, in essence, asserts that the U.S. domination over the world became so overwhelming at the end of the Cold War as to assert a permanent order over the world and to end the general struggle over ideologies, i.e. game over for anyone in opposition to the New World Order. Western democracy, Fukuyama argues, is the final form of human government. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Fukuyama
Parag Khanna, Director of the Global Governance Initiative and Senior Research Fellow in the American Strategy Program at the New America Foundation and a "Term Member" of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Khanna has also worked as an analyst for the C.F.R., the World Economic Forum and the Brookings Institution. He is the author of The Second World: Empires and Influence in the New Global Order.