Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D. - January 12, 2009
[NOTE: President-Elect Obama has chosen Hillary Clinton to be his Secretary of State, and she seems favorably disposed toward world government. Just as Bill Clinton’s Rhodes scholar roommate and number 2 at the State Department, Strobe Talbott, won a World Federalist Association award for supporting world government, in 1999 Walter Cronkite won the same award. At the ceremony, Cronkite referred to the need to move “toward world government” and said “we Americans will have to yield up some of our sovereignty.” Hillary Clinton congratulated Cronkite on receiving the award, saying, “Tonight we honor you for fighting for ‘the way it could be’.” Then she commented, “With your continuing leadership, we can sail across these unnavigated seas into the 21st century. And there’s no better captain I can imagine, than you. Thank you, my friend.” This clearly indicates Hillary Clinton’s favorable philosophical disposition toward world government, and with Obama proclaiming himself a “world citizen” (the word “citizen” implies legal obligations), the movement toward world government under Obama/Clinton should accelerate.
In fact, there are so many Clinton administration officials named by Obama to his administration that it appears the Power Elite’s “alternation of power” scenario is still operative (George H.W. Bush followed by Bill Clinton followed by George W. Bush now followed by Clinton administration officials with Obama as a figurehead). The reason I say Obama is a figurehead is that presidents are extremely dependent upon their advisors and department heads, and Obama’s great lack of experience makes him especially dependent upon the information those around him choose to give to, or withhold from, him.]
In addition to the educational, social control and economic components of the Rockefeller plan, there is also the spiritual/religious component. I’ve already mentioned how John D. Rockefeller used the Baptist minister Frederick Gates at the beginning of the 20th Century, and in 1913 the Rockefeller Foundation helped organize and fund the American Social Hygiene Association “for reconsideration of public attitudes toward prostitution.” This was followed by the Foundation’s funding of the sex research of Alfred Kinsey beginning in the later 1930s, which would lead to an undermining of Biblical admonitions against fornication, child molestation, etc.