The roots of the TRILATERAL COMMISSION stem from a book titled Between Two Ages, written by Zbigniew Brzezinski in 1970, while he was a professor at Columbia University in New York City. David Rockefeller read the book and was impressed with its contents. The book inspired Rockefeller to create the TC - (Trilateral Commission). Columbia University just happens to be where the Marxist think tank, “Institute for Social Research,” later known as The Frankfort School was established in 1933.
In July 1972, 8 members of CFR, among whom were David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski founded the Trilateral Commission. The Commission’s purpose is to engineer an enduring partnership among the ruling classes of North America, Western Europe, and Japan; hence the term ‘Trilateral’ - in an attempt to influence public opinions and government decision-makings in such a way that the peoples, governments and economies of all nations must serve the needs of multinational banks and corporations. To achieve this, Trilateralists must manage both dependence and democracy — at home and abroad. In other words, they must reduce the mass to dependency and suppress democracy and any voice of protest through control and surveillance. The ultimate aim would be to establish an one-world economy, one-world government, one-world monetary system, and one-world religion.
The following excerpts from official TC’s documents, together with writings and speeches of founding members will confirm this.
Since Brzezinski, who became the TC's founding executive director, provides the rationale for the creation of TC, we would like to further examine the ideas contained in his book Between Two Ages (p. 300):
“Though Stalinism may have been a needless tragedy for both the Russian people and communism as an ideal, there is the intellectually tantalizing possibility that for the world at large it was, as we shall see, a blessing in disguise.” (Note: Stalin had massacred at least 20 million people and here Brzezinski praises the ideology of this mass murderer.)
“Marxism represents a further vital and creative stage in the maturing of man’s universal vision. Marxism is simultaneously a victory of the external man over the inner, passive man and a victory of reason over belief.” (Note: he believes in the god of reason.)
“In the absence of social consensus society’s emotional and rational needs may be fused — mass media makes this easier to achieve — in the person of an individual who is seen as…making the necessary innovations in the social order.” (Note: he calls for a charismatic individual who can change the social order, i.e. the Anti-Christ.)
“Such a society would be dominated by an elite whose claim to political power would rest on allegedly superior scientific know-how. Unhindered by the restraints of traditional liberal values, this elite would not hesitate to achieve its political ends by the latest modern techniques for influencing public behavior and keeping society under close surveillance and control.”
“Movement toward such a community (of developed nations)… would involve the forging of community links among the United States, Western Europe, and Japan (a Trilateral Commission stated objective).”
“Though the objective of shaping a community of the developed nations is less ambitious than the goal of world government, it is more attainable.”
“The Soviet Union could have emerged as the standard-bearer of this century’s most influential system of thought and as the social model for resolving the key dilemmas facing modern man.”
Marxism “supplied the best available insight into contemporary reality. Marxist theory [is] this century’s most infuential system of thought.”
The approaching 200th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence could justify the call for a national Constitutional convention to reexamine the nation’s formal institutional framework.”
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