Thursday, July 12, 2007

Brzezinski, Kissinger, et al, Shill Global Slave Plantation

Kurt Nimmo
Sunday July 8, 2007

Back on May 19, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch poked fun at the New World Order tinfoil hatters, that is to say those of us who understand what the global elite have in mind for the people of North America.

“Forget conspiracy theories about JFK’s assassination, black helicopters, Sept. 11, 2001. This is the big one,” the newspaper wrote, adding that a “rumor is sweeping the Internet, radio and magazines, spread by bloggers, broadcasters and writers who cite the ‘proof’ in the writings of a respected American University professor, in a task force put together by the Council on Foreign Relations and in the workings of the Commerce Department. As do many modern rumors, fears of a North American Union began with a few grains of truth and leapt to an unsubstantiated conclusion.”

As it turns out, these “few grains of truth” soon transmutated into a virtual silo of evidence, not that we should expect the St. Louis Post-Dispatch to publish a follow-up. A few days later, on May 24, WorldNetDaily reported: “A powerful think tank [the Center for Strategic & International Studies] chaired by former Sen. Sam Nunn and guided by trustees including Richard Armitage, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Harold Brown, William Cohen and Henry Kissinger, is in the final stages of preparing a report to the White House and U.S. Congress on the benefits of integrating the U.S., Mexico and Canada into one political, economic and security bloc.”

The momentarily defeated “comprehensive immigration reform” bill, i.e., illegal immigrant amnesty, contained “provisions for the acceleration of the Security and Prosperity Partnership, a plan for North American economic and defense integration with remarkable similarities to the CSIS plan,” similar because CSIS, its high profile globalists, and the elite coterie behind the SPP are on the same page, indeed they are working closely in a huddle, determined to reduce North America to a huge slave labor plantation, à la “communist” China.

“CSIS boasts of playing a large role in the passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994—a treaty that set in motion a political movement many believe resembles the early stages of the European Community on its way to becoming the European Union.” NAFTA, of course, was designed to decimate the industrial base of the United States, now glaringly apparent in the fact the United States no longer manufactures anything of note, delegating that role to Chinese and Asian slaves locked down in sweatshops sixteen or more hours each and every day, cranking out baubles for “service economy” Americans, who eventually will be “harmonized” with Mexican peasants, that is if Henry Kissinger and Zbigniew Brzezinski have their way.

“In order to remain competitive in the global economy, it is imperative for the twenty-first century North American labor market to possess the flexibility necessary to meet industrial labor demands on a transitional basis and in a way that responds to market forces,” declares the CSIS report, actually a blueprint for feudalism. “It is the sense of Congress that the United States and Mexico should accelerate the implementation of the Partnership for Prosperity to help generate economic growth and improve the standard of living in Mexico, which will lead to reduced migration.”

In other words, come hell or high water, and contrary to the desire of the commoners, who want secure borders, the globalists are determined to have “open borders,” that is to say unhindered migration of slaves across borders, an effort designed to “accelerate the implementation” of poverty and misery here in the United States, soon enough to be merely the middle slice of the North American Union. Recall Alan Greenspan, former Federal Reserve head honcho and one-time objectivist, stating in March of this year that skilled American workers earn too much. “The hero of the corporatocrats and plutocrats wants to distribute your income into the hands of needy billionaires by using H-1B visa ’skilled workers’ to knock you off your haughty middle-class pedestal,” comments Dick Eastman of the Job Destruction Newsletter. “Our skilled wages are higher than anywhere in the world,” said Greenspan. “If we open up a significant window for skilled workers, that would suppress the skilled-wage level and end the concentration of income.”

Greenspan, of course, is not talking about the “concentration of income” held by transnational corporations and international bankers, but the mass of commoners who must be folded at all cost into the emerging corporatist global slave plantation. CSIS is not interested in improving the living standard of Mexicans, as this was knocked down a few pegs when NAFTA jobs went from Mexican slave maquiladoras to the sprawling labor gulag in China where workers are paid even less and a massive totalitarian state runs the shop. Mexicans are worse off now than they were ten years ago when NAFTA was in full swing.

Peter F. Drucker, writer and Habsburg empire factotum, “describes in his book [Post Capitalist Society, published in 1993] the worldwide trends toward globalization that were evident back then—the creation and empowerment of transnational organizations and institutions, international environmental goals regarding carbon dioxide and agreements to fight terrorism long before 9/11.” In short, none of this is new or should it be surprising, as the globalists have planned to reduce us to grinding peonage for some time now. Moreover, they have planned for some time to exploit the global warming scam to get us all working on the slave plantation, making sure to condition us first with a bit of terrorism.

Of course, in the brave new world envisioned by the decadent criminal elite, mere terrorism—raving jihadists, we are told ad nauseam, who want to dirty nuke our cities because they hate our freedom to shop—will pale in comparison to the dire scenarios of melting ice caps, flooded coastal cities, aberrant weather patterns, a Katrina catastrophe or worse every other week, and wars and rumors of wars based on the prospect of diminishing resources, including “peak oil,” all of it designed to prepare us for a dystopian future of slave labor down on the transnational corporate plantation.