July 28, 2011
The Obama administration has recruited an IMF insider to be White House special assistant to the president for international economic affairs. On Thursday, Caroline Atkinson resigned from the globalist organization where she was director of external relations.
Atkinson is an Adjunct Senior Fellow for International Economics at the Council on Foreign Relations. She also worked for the U.S Treasury, the Bank of England, and was a reporter for The Washington Post.
Her expertise is in financial crises management, international economics, and foreign exchange markets. She also knows her way around the World Bank, according to the CFR website.
She is the director of the CFR’s Roundtable on Global Economics, a series that “brings together key players from the private markets, government, Federal Reserve, IMF, World Bank, and think tanks to discuss pressing policy issues in international economics. The group, which meets monthly, has so far discussed issues such as the impact of terrorism on economic prospects, the outlook for emerging markets, and U.S. trade policy.”
In 2009, Atkinson backed away from a post at Geithner’s Treasury Department. She was slotted to oversee international affairs.
Atkinson’s appointment simply adds more weight to the argument that the CFR and the bankers call the shots in the Obama administration.
Like his predecessor, Obama’s administration is rife with Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission and Bilderberg group insiders.
Soon after entering the White House, Obama selected 9 cabinet members affiliated with the Bilderberg Group, 10 from the CFR and five from the Trilateral Commission.
The CFR and the bankers have controlled the White House for decades. “We can be quite sure that somewhere between 400 to 500 high-level members of the Obama administration will be members of the CFR,” John McManus wrote soon after the election. “How can we say that? Because that’s about how many CFR members occupy the current Bush administration (beginning with Vice President Dick Cheney, an in-again, out-again member of the CFR board of directors). And about the same number occupied posts in the Clinton administration. And so it has gone since the New Deal reign of Franklin D. Roosevelt.”