March 3, 2011
The globalist Fareed Zakaria – a member of both the CFR and Rockefeller’s Trilateral Commission – has penned an article for the one of the crown jewels of the CIA’s emasculation of the media – Henry Luce’s Time Magazine – where he predicts the end of America as we know it, or as some of us once knew it.
America’s problem, according to Zakaria, is political insularity and especially our failure to embrace “market-based” globalism. In addition, we cling to funny and antiquated ideas about natural rights and the Constitution. “I believe that the Constitution was one of the wonders of the world — in the 18th century. But today we face the reality of a system that has become creaky,” he writes.
Too many of us, Zakaria argues, believe “demigods who walked the earth in the late 18th century” handed down “perfect system of government.” Even the founders, he insists, “understood that it was a work in progress, an unfinished enterprise that would constantly be in need of change, adjustment and repair.”
In other words, if the founders were alive today, they would embrace globalism. Zakaria also seems to think they would support the sort of excessive taxation suffered by Europeans and also would approve of carbon taxes.
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As noted above, Zakaria is a member of both the CFR and the Trilateral Commission. The stated purpose of the Trilateral Commission is to create a “New International Economic Order,” in other words one world government at the expense of national sovereignty.
“The Trilateral Commission is international and is intended to be the vehicle for multinational consolidation of the commercial and banking interests by seizing control of the political government of the United States,” said the late Barry Goldwater. “The Trilateral Commission represents a skillful, coordinated effort to seize control and consolidate the four centers of power – political, monetary, intellectual and ecclesiastical.”
According to Holly Sklar, “the people, governments, and economies of all nations must serve the needs of multinational banks and corporations,” and this servitude is the ultimate goal of the Trilateralists, the CFR, the Bilderbergers, and the shadow government they have installed in Congress and the White House.
It is no mistake Obama was spotted reading Zakaria’s The Post-American World. The book argues that America is in decline and the sort of “authoritarian modernization” at work in the slave labor gulag of China is all the rage.
For Obama, reading the book – and being photographed with it – was a natural. His administration, after all, is stacked with CFR members, globalists, and Goldman Sachs cronies.
The globalists are seriously opposed to what Zakaria denounces as a political “system that has become creaky,” a system originally based on the Constitution and its accompanying Bill of Rights engineered by “demigods who walked the earth in the late 18th century” and who are now considered irrelevant dinosaurs by globalist intellectuals like Zakaria.
Zakaria knows the American people are beginning to catch wind of the globalist plan for world domination and that is why he underhandedly attacks domestic political groups and characterizes them as hopelessly myopic and mired in destructive parochialism. “American politics is now hyperresponsive to constituents’ interests. And all those interests are dedicated to preserving the past rather than investing for the future,” he writes.