Sunday, April 13, 2008
Senator Obama, Don't Meet The British Prime Minister. He's Jinxed.
Following on from his cringingly embarrassing appearance on American Idol, promising the gift of 20 million mosquito nets to poor Africans, British Prime MInister Brown, he of the swastika emblem and the one minute grin, is about to continue his 'charm' offensive of the USA with a personal visit this week.
He is promoting his 'Progressive Governance' campaign - which has the single objective of making the IMF into a supranational economic supervisor with enhanced powers to prevent another credit crunch from happening again in the future, which all sounds like common sense.
The only problem is that the idea has its origins in a behind-the-scenes deal between members of the secretive Bilderberg Group, which includes George Bush, McCain and the Clintons as well as Blair and Brown and many European leaders, not to mention many powerful media folk such as Rupert Murdoch.
How will it be possible for the American electorate to object if their economy is performing poorly when their interest rate and the level of their currency is going to be set not by a decision of their own bankers, or Treasury Secretaries but by an international body, supervised predominantly by the EU?
Barack Obama is the only contender for the Presidency who is not party to these secretive arrangements, and the Brown visit will no doubt have it as a key objective to favour the Clintons over him, and make a Clinton-favouring statement if he can. Bill Clinton recently attended the Progressive Governance Summit in London.
If I was Senator Obama, I would avoid meeting with Brown, who has a long established habit of jinxing everything he handles. Even the week he's chosen to visit the USA seems to be the wrong one. He's picked the same one as the Pope, who will eclipse any significance Brown hoped to attract to his new economic governance programme.
America will soon see why the long-grinning Brown has become known in the UK as Mr Bean. Avoid.
Obama's campaign of common sense should rise above the cluttered thinking of yesterday's intellectuals, and the Bean-like behaviour of its servants.
PICTURE - The 'not the swastika' emblem of Prime Minister Gordon Brown's Progressive Governance Campaign. See story HERE
UPDATE - an example of the hopelessly confused thinking that permeates the Bilderberg Group, and that lies behind the British Prime Minister's belief in his misguided Progressive Governance campaign. - from www.rense.com - yesterday.
Let's turn to the U.S. personage that conspiracy theorists most often mention as being at the epicenter of whatever elite plan is reputed to exist. This would be David Rockefeller, the 92-year-old multibillionaire godfather of the world's financial elite.
The lengthy Wikipedia article on Rockefeller provides the following version of a celebrated statement he allegedly made in an opening speech at the Bilderberg conference in Baden-Baden, Germany, in June 1991:
"We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time magazine, and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during these years. But the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government which will never again know war, but only peace and prosperity for the whole of humanity. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in the past centuries."
This speech was made 17 years ago. It came at the beginning in the U.S. of the Bill Clinton administration. Rockefeller speaks of an "us." This "us," he says, has been having meetings for almost 40 years. If you add the 17 years since he gave the speech it was 57 years ago-two full generations.
Not only has "us" developed a "plan for the world," but the attempt to "develop" the plan has evidently been successful, at least in Rockefeller's mind. The ultimate goal of "us" is to create "the supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers." This will lead, he says, toward a "world government which will never again know war."
PICTURE - Clinton listening to the British Prime Minister at the recent Progressive Governance Summit in London.
See 'International Monetary Government' HERE