One of the most pernicious examples of collusion with the fascist-elite against the voting public, is the fact that major news networks regularly employ talking heads who are simultaneously card-carrying members of a conspiracy elite cabal - either the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Trilateral Commission, the Bohemian Club, or the Bilderberg Group.
Let's get this out of the way to begin with: Jeffrey Toobin is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (2006-). See the complete rosters of the CFR (PDF: the years 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007) to confirm. "Knowledge is Power," as the elite are fond of saying. And just knowing this fact, is key to understanding Jeffrey Toobin's motive in attacking Ron Paul after the CNN Republican YouTube debate (28/11/2007):
"...that some secret forces are planning..." Ya, like the CFR! Of which Ron Paul, and the guy who asked the question, mentioned specifically. Toobin's vitriol is directed at Paul for the simple fact that the CFR is named as the lynchpin of the North American Union. Toobin is enamored with the power and prestige associated with his beloved Council on Foreign Relations. Being such a fresh recruit, defending the organization is the least he can do - and is most likely required.
Here's the transcript of Ron Paul's question/answer:
YouTube question: Good evening, candidates. This is (inaudible) from Arlington, Texas, and this question is for Ron Paul.
I've met a lot of your supporters online, but I've noticed that a good number of them seem to buy into this conspiracy theory regarding the Council of Foreign Relations, and some plan to make a North American union by merging the United States with Canada and Mexico.
These supporters of yours seem to think that you also believe in this theory. So my question to you is: Do you really believe in all this, or are people just putting words in your mouth?
Cooper: Congressman Paul, 90 seconds.
Paul: Well, it all depends on what you mean by "all of this." The CFR exists, the Trilateral Commission exists. And it's a, quote, "conspiracy of ideas." This is an ideological battle. Some people believe in globalism. Others of us believe in national sovereignty.
And there is a move on toward a North American union, just like early on there was a move on for a European Union, and it eventually ended up.
And there is a move on toward a North American Union, just like early on there was a move on for a European Union, and eventually ended up. So we had NAFTA and moving toward a NAFTA highway. These are real things. It's not somebody made these up. It's not a conspiracy. They don't talk about it, and they might not admit about it, but there's been money spent on it. There was legislation passed in the Texas legislature unanimously to put a halt on it. They're planning on millions of acres taken by eminent domain for an international highway from Mexico to Canada, which is going to make the immigration problem that much worse.
So it's not so much a secretive conspiracy, it's a contest between ideologies, whether we believe in our institutions here, our national sovereignty, our Constitution, or are we going to further move into the direction of international government, more U.N.
You know, this country goes to war under U.N. resolutions. I don't like big government in Washington, so I don't like this trend toward international government. We have a WTO that wants to control our drug industry, our nutritional products. So, I'm against all that.
But it's not so much as a sinister conspiracy. It's just knowledge is out there. If we look for it, you'll realize that our national sovereignty is under threat.
Cooper: Congressman Paul, thank you.
That's a pretty straightforward answer, even courageous when you take into account the reality that most people alloted airtime on the mainstream media are invariably sellouts to the elite (Toobin, being a perfect example). The deck is stacked, and has been for quite some time now. Since the birth of the CFR in 1921, its members have variously been elected to high government office (executive branch included) and have traditionally had control over the state department in every administration; not to mention the induction and corruption of America's most prominent journalists, editors, business moguls and Ivy League educators.
On what Ron Paul has said (and a rebuttal to the MSM's denial), please see the latest primer by Steve Watson: "Dear Deluded Mass Media, North American Union Agenda Exists." There's also good material by the Council of Canadians, in a section of their site called "Integrate This!", as well as John W. Foster's "The North American Competitiveness Council: A corporate coup d'etat."
Lastly, the North American Forum had its third annual secret conference in Mexico recently - whose entire existence would still be unknown if it weren't for a few determined souls. As I reported in September last year, the CFR's "Building a North American Community" was the "final recommendation before the Independent Task Force on North America disbanded in September, 2005." The document explicitly recommended the creation of "private bodies that would meet regularly or annually to buttress North American relationships, along the lines of the Bilderberg or Wehrkunde conferences." And wouldn't you know it, just a month later, the North American Forum convened in secret and included 12 members of the original CFR task force. In essence, the CFR - after recommending an agenda and then anointing themselves for that very task - became the sole arbiters of the secret negotiations to implement "a North American economic and security community by 2010."
If you live in North America, it is high time you become familiar with those who have your future in their hands. They met again this year, in secrecy as usual. And just like the Bilderberg group - to get a handle on what it is they're up to - insiders and whistleblowers are the only means of effecting even the smallest amount of accountability.
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The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship, by Paul & Phillip Collins
Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism, by Abbe Barruel
Fire in the Minds of Men: Origins of the Revolutionary Faith, by James H. Billington
America's Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones, by Antony C. Sutton