What organisation of approximately 400 members, as of January 2020, which either includes or has included, Sir Keir Starmer, Henry Kissinger and Jeffrey Epstein (up until 2008), is a prominent force in the strategy for globalism? An organisation that many have never heard of but exercises influence across the planet?
In 1973 a group was formed that included members from Europe, North America and Japan. Over time the Japanese membership was extended to become the Pacific Asian Group, including in 2009 both Chinese and Indian members, whilst the North American group now includes Mexican membership.
‘It was launched under the nominal head of David Rockefeller III (president of Chase Manhattan Bank) and a coterie of international financiers and imperialistically-minded ideologues who believed religiously in the utopian doctrine of global governance under a master-slave ethic.’ (How the Trilateral Commission Drove a Bankers’ Coup Across America)
A huge advocate of the creation of a new global order was Zbigniew Brzezinski, who later became Jimmy Carter’s (the 39th President of the USA) Security Advisor. In his Between Two Ages, Brzezinski made it very clear: “The nation-state as a fundamental unit of man’s organized life has ceased to be the principal creative force: International banks and multi-national corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the nation-state”.
Their public face was to be:
‘a policy-oriented forum that brings together leaders in their individual capacity from the worlds of business, government, academia, press and media, as well as civil society.’
However, in private something far less altruistic and sinister was taking shape. One that was entirely materialist and rejected any notion of the spiritual within humanity. One that adopted a globalist language of specific terms that sought to render all analysis of the planet in a bland binary paradigm in which they were the good and any threat to their order was bad.
Who then is this mysterious organisation with globalist ideals?
They are the TRILATERAL COMMISSION.
Forty five years is though a long time in the modern (or post modern) world we live in. Where once upon a time little may have happened now the end of the cold war and the battle for dominance has seen nation states in conflict with increasingly enlarged corporations. The entities set up to spread neo-liberal economic values are now in full blown competition with neo-conservatives’ and their desire to hold on to nation states with their history and traditions.
An organisation that was created to spread neo-liberal free market values across the globe, therefore now finds itself having to re create its form and mission to manage the spread of nationalism, populism and protectionism all of which they vehemently oppose.
In 2019 the Commission published a report with the express aim of becoming more en vogue. The rise of Trump and other right wing neo-conservative governments and parties has meant that the free market has come under attack. Neo-liberalism and neo-conservatism was always a contradiction (as Thatcherism and Reaganism found out) and the lurch to the political right has had a negative effect upon the ideals of the economic right.
The Trilateral Commission has sought to reinvent its doctrine in the face of increasing suspicion, certainly of globalisation and its impacts upon nation states but also in cases in which some people have become increasingly aware of the deep state in which the Tripartite Commission, Davos, Bilderberg, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are significant parts.
To add to their problems there are those whose behaviour could somewhat tarnish their already suspect reputations including amongst the most prominent, Jeffrey Epstein.
Birds of a feather, flock together.’ It is almost certain that some current and former members of the elitist Trilateral Commission who participated in Epstein’s follies are likely very nervous that he would ‘flip’ and expose their debauchery, if not their sexual felonies.’ This of course has now been ‘avoided’ as Jeffrey Epstein ‘officially’ took his own life in August 2019.
How does all this then reflect on Sir Keir Starmer?
Keir Starmer seems to be doing a good job at pitching himself as being on the left. Himself and his supporters claim he will “unite the party” and are clear to emphasise his so called “left wing credentials”.
You may hear that in his twenties he edited a Trotskyist magazine. Or that he was the defence barrister for the miners out on strike in 1984/5. That he stood alongside McDonalds’ workers on picket lines.
But there is one association Sir Keir Starmer and his supporters are not talking about….
The Trilateral Commission, of which Starmer is a member. Other members, as was alluded to above, include top executives of a multinational conglomerates such as AT&T and ITT. Oil companies such as Mobil and Exxon, but also the top C.E.Os of the Chase Manhattan Bank, First Chicago Corp, General Electric, TRW, Archer Daniels Midland, Pepsi, RJR Nabisco, Nissan, Toshiba, Fuji Bank and Goldman Sachs.
These perhaps aren’t the sort of people Sir Kier would see as an ideal photo opportunity, to be used in his campaign highlighting his “lefty credentials”.
What we have is Sir Keir Starmer, as part of an organisation that Holly Sklar, who edited a book on the organisation entitled “Trilateralism: The Trilateral Commission and Elite Planning for World Management”, identifies as the commission that “represents the interests of multinational corporations and banks”. This means it is contrary to the interests of so called ‘non developed’ countries and workers the world over. It wants wages kept low. It wants voters kept apathetic and polarised.
Sklar states that the Trilateral Commission is not a “conspiracy” and is not “omnipotent… “But that doesn’t mean it’s not influential.” And the Commission set out to economically “co-opt” OPEC to persuade the Saudis to put their petrodollars into Western banks and to purchase Western arms, rather than investing in the ‘developing’ world.
We could be forgiven for thinking that the Trilateral Commission clearly isn’t on our side. Back in the 1970s they commissioned a report “The Crisis of Democracy”. The report noted that in the 40s and 50s President Harry S. Truman was able to run America with the compliance of just a few Wall Street lawyers and executives. Back then democracy was easily managed and it wasn’t seen as a problem. Does Sir Keir really want to be part of this legacy? The management of democracy by a corporate elite? Isn’t this called something other than democracy in political parlance?
In the 1960s something had happened: a section of the masses, went from being passive to being politically active (a ‘special interest’), which was causing too much pressure on the state. Typically in the report corporate power wasn’t mentioned, therefore it wasn’t seen as a problem. But the answer to the threat of this new ‘special interest’ was to indoctrinate the young and return them to being passive and obedient. Then just like that, democracy would be fine again.
Therefore the questions must be: Why is Sir Keir Starmer, as a member of a neo liberal international commission attempting to become the leader of a political party that historically was founded to help the labour force in their conflict with the neo liberal corporations…? Why is he expressing ‘left wing’ credentials that are antonymous to the aims of the Trilateral Commission. And why having just witnessed a Labour leader achieve more votes, in the last two elections, than Tony Blair in 2005, Gordon Brown in 2010 and Ed Miliband in 2015 would it be sensible to vote for what is effectively a Tory when we next go to the polls.
As well as all of this he is a member of the same club that accepted both Henry Kissinger and Jeffrey Epstein (deceased).
This is not a skeleton he is rushing to inform the public of and it is easy to see why.