Trilateral Commission, the UN, and globalism
The Trilateral Commission, though less known than the notorious Bilderberg Group, is one of the most prominent and important globalist think tanks. These secretive elite think tanks are working to bring about a “new world order”, which entails undermining the sovereignty of nation states and implementing global government. Global government has of course, to a large extent, already been achieved through the United Nations, especially with the global warming/climate change scam, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) being its massive climate propaganda machine.
Another key tool for furthering the globalist agenda is the mass immigration of people from the third world to Europe and the West, which is an effective way to weaken nation states, because they are, in the end, held together by the sense of national unity. That’s why Peter Sutherland (1946-2018), a leading member of both the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg Group, and UN Special Representative for International Migration, once said that the EU should undermine national homogeneity of its member states. The UN has also had a plan for “replacement migration”, which basically means mass scale population transfers aka government enabled and sanctioned mass immigration to European and Western countries (and Japan), the pretext being the aging of the population in them. And still leftists say the Great Replacement is a “far right, white supremacist conspiracy theory”. Sutherland also served as a financial adviser to the Vatican, and he was Jesuit trained.
Jesuits and the founding of the Trilateral Commission
But who founded the Trilateral Commission in 1973? It was none other than David Rockefeller (1915-2017), whose right-hand man in organizing the group was Zbigniew Brzezinski (1928-2017). Brzezinski was Jesuit trained at Loyola High School in Montreal and later received an honorary degree from Fordham University, the Jesuit university in New York City, of which alumni include Donald Trump and Andrew Cuomo, the current Governor of New York.
As the Trilateral Commission was formed to serve as a liaison between the elites of Japan, North American nations, and Western European nations, there was also a Japanese founding member. The man was Tadashi Yamamoto (1936-2012). Yamamoto enrolled at Sophia University, the Jesuit university in Tokyo, in 1954 with the intention of becoming a Catholic priest. But his career plans changed and he transferred to St. Norbert College, a Catholic college in Wisconsin, in 1958. He studied in the USA from 1958 until 1962, receiving his MBA from Marquette University, a Jesuit university in Milwaukee. I guess we can say Yamamoto was a “Jesuit of the short robe”, like the leading coronavirus expert Anthony Fauci.
Brzezinski, CFR, and the Israel lobby
As an interesting side note, you may remember the controversy over the book The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy (2007), which describes the lobby as a “loose coalition of individuals and organizations who actively work to steer U.S. foreign policy in a pro-Israel direction” and “focuses primarily on the lobby’s influence on U.S. foreign policy and its negative effect on American interests”. John Mearsheimer, co-author of the book with Stephen Walt, happens to be a member of the New York based American globalist think tank Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). And so was of course also David Rockefeller, who served as its chairman (1970-1985), and his associate and middleman Brzezinski.
Brzezinski praised the book of his fellow CFR member Mearsheimer, having always also been a prominent critic of Israel’s policies. Not that the influence of the Israel lobby isn’t an issue that should be addressed, but can you see how all this works? A Jesuit trained CFR member and globalist endorsing a book about the Israeli influence by another CFR member, while we should put the CFR itself under great scrutiny, and of course also talk about the vast Jesuit Vatican influence in America. Thus, what we have here with the book and the controversy surrounding it, is a good example of a “limited hangout” on a sociopolitical level.
The book was publicly endorsed also by ex-CIA Michael Scheuer, who used to be a regular guest on CBS News and Fox News and has focused a lot on criticizing Israel and AIPAC, sometimes saying things like “we’re fighting wars for Israel” on TV. In his 2004 book Imperial Hubris, as an anonymous author, he said that one step in stopping the bogus “war on terror”, which was supposedly being fought against al-Qaeda and other jihadists, would be to “end all U.S. aid to Israel” and the “elimination of the Jewish state, and in its stead the creation of an Islamic Palestinian state”.
As it happens, Scheuer was Jesuit trained at Canisius College in Buffalo, and he used to be an adjunct professor at Georgetown University’s Center for Peace and Security Studies. Georgetown University is of course the Jesuit university in Washington, D.C., and the Jesuit headquarters and power base in America.