The Power Elite and the Secret Nazi Plan: Part 4
Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
June 1, 2009
[NOTE: I’ve mentioned before that President Obama’s mentor was Saul Alinsky, who authored Rules For Radicals in 1971 and emphasized “change” as does Obama. Alinsky also urged his followers to emphasize such concepts as liberty, equality and fraternity. These were the watch words of the French Revolution, which was the seedbed for Socialism.
Less known is Alinsky’s Reveille For Radicals (1946) in which he promoted the “battle against narrow nationalism.” Relevant to today, President Obama appointed Clinton Assistant Secretary of State and Dean of International Law at Yale Law School, Harold Hongju Koh, as legal advisor to the Department of State. In 2006, Koh presented an essay, “Why Transnational Law Matters” (Penn State Law Review, Spring 2006) in which he addressed “why transnational law is important.” He first referred to Rhodes Scholar selection Philip Jessup’s definition of transnational law in 1956, but he didn’t mention Jessup’s The International Problem of Governing Mankind (1947), in which Jessup proclaimed: “I agree that national sovereignty is the root of the evil.”
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