Free Republic
Browse · Search
News/Activism
Topics · Post Article

Skip to comments.

Kissinger, Putin, and the "New World Order"
thenewamerican.com ^ | 1-9-09 | William F. Jasper

Posted on 01/10/2009 7:45:47 AM PST by standingfirm

Rahm Emanuel, President-elect Barack Obama's chief of staff, has declared that "you don't ever want a crisis to go to waste." As reported here yesterday, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has been busy lately promoting the idea that Obama should move quickly once in the White House to turn various economic and political crises into opportunities to create a "new world order." (The words are Kissinger's.)

Kissinger, never one to let a crisis got to waste, has been busy on an important new-world-order project in Russia with Vladimir Putin. Although it has gone virtually unreported in the U.S. media, Kissinger has been featured prominently in the Russian media during his many trips over the past decade to Moscow to meet with Putin and Yevgeny Primakov, the former KGB terror master for the Soviet Union in the Middle East. In 2007, Kissinger and Primakov were appointed by Putin to co-chair a bilateral "working group" of Russian and American political insiders to tackle issues such as global terrorism, nuclear proliferation, and nuclear threats.

Novosti, the Russian "news" agency run by Putin-friendly apparatchiks, reported on the new working group in an April 26, 2007 story, noting that "Kissinger, U.S. secretary of state from 1973 to 1977, has been a frequent guest in Russia since Putin took office in 2000."

A Novosti story on July 13, 2007 reported on Kissinger's "closed door" meeting with Putin, Primakov, and a delegation of former U.S. officials at Putin's presidential residence. The Novosti article, along with multiple photos of the event, contrasted sharply with the absence of any coverage of the conference by the major U.S. media, which should have been on top of such a meeting of world leaders and should have let the American public know about it. Accompanying Kissinger were: former Secretary of State George Shultz; former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin; former Special Representative for Arms Control, Nonproliferation and Disarmament Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr.; former Senator Sam Nunn; and Chevron Chairman and Chief Executive Officer David O'Reilly. All of the Kissinger-led U.S. team, save for O'Reilly, are high-level members of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), lending credence to the belief that this is actually a project of the CFR, the premier organization pushing for a new world order for much of the past century.

Like Kissinger, the CFR and its publication Foreign Affairs also refer explicitly to a "new world order"; for a couple of examples, click here and here.

In December, Kissinger was back in Russia meeting with President Dmitry Medvedev, Putin's protégé. Again, no coverage in the U.S. media, though the Russian press considered it newsworthy. Russia Today, a Novosti subsidiary, reported: "While waiting for the Russian president, Henry Kissinger had been chatting with Evgeny Primakov, Russia's former foreign minister." Primakov now heads the Russian Chamber of Commerce, a post that experienced intelligence analysts see as the perfect cover to continue his intelligence functions for the KGB-FSB during his numerous trips to abroad, especially to the Middle East, where he meets with leaders of many of the terror regimes he supported in the Soviet era.

Kissinger and his fellow globalists at the Council on Foreign Relations never seem to be discomfited working with the leaders of totalitarian regimes. Indeed, they seem to have the most cordial of relations with one another. They do not seem to be concerned that the Putin-Medvedev regime has been brutally suppressing all dissent and opposition — and killing those who refuse to yield to the suppression. Even "mainstream" media like the BBC have noted that under Putin, the KGB's power and influence have increased to unprecedented heights.

In an article entitled, "KGB influence 'soars under Putin'" the BBC reported:

Four out of five political leaders and state administrators in Russia either have been or still are members of the security services, a study suggests.

The unprecedented research implies a huge expansion of KGB-FSB influence in politics and business in recent years.

Many of the officials concerned have been appointed under President Vladimir Putin — himself a former spy chief....

Among the presidential administration, members of the government, deputies of both chambers of parliament, regional heads, as well as the boards of Russia's top state corporations, four in five officials worked for the KGB, or continue to work for one or more of its successor organizations.

Readers of The New American are not surprised by this, as we have been reporting on the continuation of the Soviet communist program under the supposed "reform" government of Russia over the past two decades. However, to Kissinger and the new-world-order cheerleaders at the Council on Foreign Relations, Putin's "democratic deficit" (or Hu Jintao's in China) is a triviality that should not be allowed to stand in the way of East-West "convergence," with the final goal being world government under an expanded and fully empowered United Nations.

The convergence strategy was, perhaps, most nakedly explained by Ford Foundation President H. Rowan Gaither (a Council on Foreign Relations member), who admitted to congressional investigator Norman Dodd in 1953 that he and others inside and outside of government were working "to so alter life in the United States that we can be comfortably merged with the Soviet Union." (See William H. McIlhany, The Tax-Exempt Foundations (Arlington House, 1980), pp. 60-61.)

Putin, Primakov, and Medvedev, along with Kissinger and his U.S. confreres, appear to be working toward the same objective announced by Gaither more than 50 years ago.

See also "Rooting for World Government."


TOPICS: Editorial; Foreign Affairs; Russia
KEYWORDS: bhonwo; cfr; crisis; democrat; democrats; emamuel; globalism; kgb; kissenger; kissinger; newworldorder; nwo; putin; rahmemanuel; rhambo; russia; tna

1 posted on 01/10/2009 7:45:47 AM PST by standingfirm
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | View Replies]

To: standingfirm

Did R.Emanuel mean manufactured crisis?


2 posted on 01/10/2009 7:54:32 AM PST by Ulysse
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: AmericanGirlRising; GiovannaNicoletta; null and void

Ping.


3 posted on 01/10/2009 8:03:38 AM PST by mountn man (The pleasure you get from life, is equal to the attitude you put into it.)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: standingfirm

This is just pure kook conspiracy theory. No sane person actually believes that Kissinger exists. /sarc


4 posted on 01/10/2009 8:09:15 AM PST by nitzy (Take your pick: Globalism OR Limited Government)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: standingfirm

World government sounds like a great idea. Assumimg, of course, it fully adopts the US Constitution.


5 posted on 01/10/2009 8:15:18 AM PST by The Duke (I have met the enemy, and he is named 'Apathy'!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: standingfirm

The left consistantly uses the language of war and crisis (except against actual enemies) to create the need for their “leadership” and to increase the power of the fed. This has been pointed out many times, by many different conservative writers and thinkers. “The sky is falling” is something we have all become inured to.


6 posted on 01/10/2009 8:17:30 AM PST by 13Sisters76 ("It is amazing how many people mistake a certain hip snideness for sophistication. " Thos. Sowell)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: standingfirm

Kissinger said, “I firmly believe dat Barack Obama is just da man to create dis order.”


7 posted on 01/10/2009 8:17:40 AM PST by RichInOC (No! BAD Rich! (What'd I say?))
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: standingfirm
In 2007, Kissinger and Primakov were appointed by Putin to co-chair a bilateral "working group" of Russian and American political insiders to tackle issues such as global terrorism, nuclear proliferation, and nuclear threats.

Interesting. This had to have had the active cooperation of the Bush administration. I wonder what else Bush was up to here, behind the scenes.

8 posted on 01/10/2009 8:18:49 AM PST by hinckley buzzard
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: standingfirm

Kissinger is scum. Commie capitulating-loving scum.


9 posted on 01/10/2009 8:21:26 AM PST by Condor51 (The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: hinckley buzzard

I’m not sure if it did need administration approval. CFR is a private entity. Kissinger is a private citizen. Why Kissinger would want to meet and cozy with the likes of Putin is beyond me. Must be getting paid well.


10 posted on 01/10/2009 8:25:34 AM PST by standingfirm
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 8 | View Replies]

To: standingfirm
Center for Strategic and International Studies ( CSIS ): Photobucket
11 posted on 01/10/2009 8:27:37 AM PST by yefragetuwrabrumuy
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: standingfirm; All

"Barack Obama told supporters that
'change has come to America' as he
claimed victory in a historic presidential election."

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/11/04/election.president/index.html
__________________________________________________________

From the Marxist think tank Institute For Policy Studies...

Obama’s Agenda for Change and the 2009 Summit of the Americas

excerpt:

'Yes We Can' — Change for the Americas Coming from Below

Hemispheric resistance to the first attempt by the U.S. to force the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) on every nation on this continent led to its eventual defeat at the IV Summit of the Americas, held in Argentina in 2005. The organizers of the April 2009 V Summit of the Americas had hoped to focus on a social agenda of providing a decent living for all those who call the “Americas” their home. The emergence of the PPA, or Bush’s Plan B for the FTAA, represents a threat to the urgent need of having all nations in the hemisphere focus on tackling the disparities that make the region the most unequeal in the world.

According to Obama, “what's good for the people of the Americas is good for the United States.” Among the specific proposals Obama has made (political freedom and democracy; freedom from fear and security; freedom from want and opportunity) in the “New Partnership for the Americas” document, he says that “it’s time for a new alliance of the Americas” that leaves behind “eight years of failed policies” and “top down reforms”, and puts forward instead an “agenda that advances democracy, security, and opportunity from the bottom up”. For Obama to make good on his vision for a new "partnership" in the Americas, the divisive Bush PPA initiative must be laid to rest well before the April V Summit of the Americas gets underway.

The 2009 IV Peoples’ Summit in Trinidad and Tobago

On April 17-19, 2009, the IV Peoples Summit will be taking place in Port of Spain, Trinidad (while heads of state are simultaneously meeting at the V Summit of the Americas).The message of a "change agenda" for the hemisphere will be brought to the island nation by social movements coming from all points in between Alaska and Tierra del Fuego. A key focus for discussions during the People’s Summit will be the economic meltdown hitting the capitalist system, and the opening that this provides for the implementation of a peoples’ agenda promoting sustainable development, social justice, equity, and peaceful coexistence.[ie, communism/socialism -etl]

In conjunction with the Hemispheric Social Alliance, social movements present in Trinidad and Tobago will be providing a "change agenda" that, in large measure, will likely be echoed by representatives from many of the newly elected governments in Latin America and the Caribbean. The V Summit of the Americas will be an ideal setting for Obama to signal a new respectful and consultative role for the US in the Americas as well. Will Obama avail himself of the opportunity to take this courageous step forward? Ojalá!

http://www.ips-dc.org/articles/933
__________________________________________________________

In April 1985 Panetta joined with 13 of his leftist congressional colleagues — including Ron Dellums, Don Edwards, George Miller, Christopher Dodd, and Les Aspin — in sponsoring a 20th anniversary fund-raising gala for the pro-Marxist Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), which had been described by Brian Crozier, director of the London Institute for the Study of Conflict, as the "perfect intellectual front for Soviet activities which would be resisted if they were to originate openly from the KGB." The IPS was originally funded with millions of dollars from the Faberge perfume magnate and Communist Party member Samuel Rubin and his wife.

http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/election/655

12 posted on 01/10/2009 8:50:54 AM PST by ETL (Smoking gun evidence on ALL the ObamaRat-commie connections at my newly revised FR Home/About page)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: standingfirm; neverdem; Clemenza; rmlew; Yehuda; nutmeg; firebrand; Reaganite1984

Convergence theory was very prevalent in political science graduate schools in the 70’s and 80’s. Then along came Ronald Reagan and threw a monkey wrench into things and the old USSR collapsed. The Bolsheviks had to stand aside for a short while till they got back into power. Now with Putin in charge and a resurgent USSR the plan is back on track. The idea of convergence was that we would have a merging of capitalism and socialism and centrally controlled economies. It would placate the ones who wanted pure socialism and the reservations of the capitalist elites. If all this sounds like it’s been tried before, it has. In recent times it has been called the “third way”. Among the proponents of convergence, was of course, Kissinger, John G. Stoessinger, Chalmers Johnson among others. Convergence once broken down into it’s simple parts is old stuff. One variant was Karl Kautsky’s argument that socialism could evolve in democratic societies, a running argument he had with Lenin at the time, who felt only revolutions could bring socialism to societies. Observing from afar the experiment in the USSR was another socialist, Benito Mussolini, taking into account such failures as were happening at the time in the USSR due to the nationalization of all property, he came up with the corporate state. He postulated that the state need not “own” the means of production, but rather it would need to “control” them. Thus the hybrid socialist state called fascism was born. Adolf Hitler in Germany leading the national socialists took Mussolini’s approach and applied them to Germany. In the Post WW II era with the defeat of fascist socialism, the same basic approach reared it’s head again. This time headed by Juan Peron in Argentina and dubbed “the third way” it was the same fascist socialist wine in a new bottle. Soon another variant arose in Yugoslavia under Tito. Coming full circle, convergence seems rather very close to the continuing evolution of fascist socialism under a new name. Either way you cut it, the people “masses” loose.


13 posted on 01/10/2009 9:02:21 AM PST by Cacique (quos Deus vult perdere, prius dementat ( Islamia Delenda Est ))
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: standingfirm
From the Sino-Russian Joint Statement of April 23, 1997:
"The two sides [China and Russia] shall, in the spirit of partnership, strive to promote the multipolarization of the world and the establishment of a new international order."
http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Central_Asia/HI29Ag01.html
____________________________________________________________

Russia, China flex muscles in joint war games
Reuters: Aug 17, 2007

CHEBARKUL, Russia (Reuters) - Russia and China staged their biggest joint exercises on Friday but denied this show of military prowess could lead to the formation of a counterweight to NATO.

"Today's exercises are another step towards strengthening the relations between our countries, a step towards strengthening international peace and security, and first and foremost, the security of our peoples," Putin said.

Fighter jets swooped overhead, commandos jumped from helicopters on to rooftops and the boom of artillery shells shook the firing range in Russia's Ural mountains as two of the largest armies in the world were put through their paces.

The exercises take place against a backdrop of mounting rivalry between the West, and Russia and China for influence over Central Asia, a strategic region that has huge oil, gas and mineral resources.

Russia's growing assertiveness is also causing jitters in the West. Putin announced at the firing range that Russia was resuming Soviet-era sorties by its strategic bomber aircraft near NATO airspace.
http://in.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idINIndia-29030120070817?pageNumber=1&virtualBrandChannel=0
____________________________________________________________

"the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the [20th] century" -Russian leader Vladimir Putin on the collapse of the Soviet Union...
"World democratic opinion has yet to realize the alarming implications of President Vladimir Putin's State of the Union speech on April 25, 2005, in which he said that the collapse of the Soviet Union represented the 'greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century.'
http://www.hooverdigest.org/053/beichman.html


____________________________________________________________

From the Russian News and Information Agency:
July 27, 2006
"'I am determined to expand relations with Russia,' Chavez, known as an outspoken critic of what he calls the United States' unilateralism, told the Russian leader, adding that his determination stemmed from their shared vision of the global order.":
http://en.rian.ru/russia/20060727/51913498.html
____________________________________________________________

Venezuela's Chavez welcomes Russian warships
Nov 25, 2008
LA GUAIRA, Venezuela – Russian warships arrived off Venezuela's coast Tuesday in a show of strength aimed at the United States as Moscow seeks to expand its influence in Latin America. The deployment is the first of its kind in the Caribbean since the Cold War and was timed to coincide with President Dmitry Medvedev's visit to Caracas — the first ever by a Russian president.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081125/ap_on_re_la_am_ca/lt_venezuela_russia;_ylt=Aubowfbe9_MUlOufaFqMD.OMwfIE
____________________________________________________________

Venezuela Set to Develop Nuclear Power With Russia
September 29, 2008
CARACAS, Venezuela — President Hugo Chavez said Sunday that Russia will help Venezuela develop nuclear energy — a move likely to raise U.S. concerns over increasingly close cooperation between Caracas and Moscow.
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,429441,00.html
____________________________________________________________

Russian nuclear bombers in Cuba?
July 23, 2008
The media has been abuzz today at the prospect of Russian nuclear bombers being stationed in Cuba if the US goes ahead with plans for missile defense bases in Eastern Europe.

The story has riled the US enough that a US general has been wheeled out to tell the world’s press that any Russian attempt to build another nuclear base in Cuba would cross US “red line”.

The story broke earlier this week, when Russian newspaper Izvestia quoted an un-named source from within the Russian military. He told the Russian daily:

“While they are deploying the missile shield in Poland and the Czech Republic, our strategic bombers will already be landing in Cuba.”

The quote hasn’t been independently confirmed, but the Russian Defense Ministry added fuel to the fire when they refused to comment on the story.

The prospect of Russian nuclear forces being stationed in Cuba - which is, after all, only 90 miles from the US coast - would bring back some rather unpleasant memories for the US of the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, where the Soviet Union under Nikita Kruschev launched an audacious and foolhardy bid to station nuclear missiles on the Caribbean island.

http://www.siberianlight.net/2008/07/23/russian-nuclear-bombers-cuba/

14 posted on 01/10/2009 9:10:30 AM PST by ETL (Smoking gun evidence on ALL the ObamaRat-commie connections at my newly revised FR Home/About page)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: mountn man
Thanks for the ping, mountn man.

With each day that goes by, something happens in the world that further fulfills Bible prophecy for the end of this age.

With Barack Obama's socialist economic policies looming as the final nail in the coffin for this country, the European Union preparing to ensure Israel's "security" as part of any peace agreement, and a one-world government well on it's way to completion, I firmly believe we are in the final wrap-up before Christ's return.

I've gotten to the point of anticipating what headlines will pop up on a day-to-day basis that will tell us where we are on the timeline today.

15 posted on 01/10/2009 9:18:25 AM PST by GiovannaNicoletta
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 3 | View Replies]

To: RichInOC

Your right confusion is a powerful thing and obama can’t rid himself of it.


16 posted on 01/10/2009 9:46:31 AM PST by Vaduz
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 7 | View Replies]

To: Condor51

kissinger/soros. The real axis of evil.


17 posted on 01/10/2009 9:57:25 AM PST by Post5203 (Blago,Resko,Pelosi,Reid,Mahoney,Edwards,Spitzer,McGreevy,Kilpatrick. dems are a criminal enterprise)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 9 | View Replies]

To: 13Sisters76
The left consistantly uses the language of war and crisis (except against actual enemies) to create the need for their “leadership” and to increase the power of the fed. This has been pointed out many times, by many different conservative writers and thinkers. “The sky is falling” is something we have all become inured to.

Yep. Read Liberal Facism by Jonah Goldberg.

Amazing << Hear this. Feel this, and tell me that this isn't music.


18 posted on 01/10/2009 12:05:47 PM PST by rdb3 (Oh, my. Uhh... No, it's... What's.., What's the word?)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 6 | View Replies]

To: rdb3

Read it. Wonderful book.


19 posted on 01/10/2009 8:12:44 PM PST by 13Sisters76 ("It is amazing how many people mistake a certain hip snideness for sophistication. " Thos. Sowell)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 18 | View Replies]

To: standingfirm
...Evgeny Primakov, Russia's former foreign minister...

....was also Moscow's man in Baghdad, back in the good old days.

20 posted on 01/11/2009 4:20:11 AM PST by lentulusgracchus ("Whatever." -- sinkspur)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: standingfirm
Kissinger, Putin, and the "New World Order"

Rahm Emanuel, President-elect Barack Obama's chief of staff, has declared that "you don't ever want a crisis to go to waste." As reported here yesterday, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has been busy lately promoting the idea that Obama should move quickly once in the White House to turn various economic and political crises into opportunities to create a "new world order." (The words are Kissinger's.)

Kissinger, never one to let a crisis got to waste, has been busy on an important new-world-order project in Russia with Vladimir Putin. Although it has gone virtually unreported in the U.S. media, Kissinger has been featured prominently in the Russian media during his many trips over the past decade to Moscow to meet with Putin and Yevgeny Primakov, the former KGB terror master for the Soviet Union in the Middle East. In 2007, Kissinger and Primakov were appointed by Putin to co-chair a bilateral "working group" of Russian and American political insiders to tackle issues such as global terrorism, nuclear proliferation, and nuclear threats. Novosti, the Russian "news" agency run by Putin-friendly apparatchiks, reported on the new working group in an April 26, 2007 story, noting that "Kissinger, U.S. secretary of state from 1973 to 1977, has been a frequent guest in Russia since Putin took office in 2000."

A Novosti story on July 13, 2007 reported on Kissinger's "closed door" meeting with Putin, Primakov, and a delegation of former U.S. officials at Putin's presidential residence. The Novosti article, along with multiple photos of the event, contrasted sharply with the absence of any coverage of the conference by the major U.S. media, which should have been on top of such a meeting of world leaders and should have let the American public know about it.

Accompanying Kissinger were: former Secretary of State George Shultz; former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin; former Special Representative for Arms Control, Nonproliferation and Disarmament Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr.; former Senator Sam Nunn; and Chevron Chairman and Chief Executive Officer David O'Reilly. All of the Kissinger-led U.S. team, save for O'Reilly, are high-level members of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), lending credence to the belief that this is actually a project of the CFR, the premier organization pushing for a new world order for much of the past century.

Like Kissinger, the CFR and its publication Foreign Affairs also refer explicitly to a "new world order"; for a couple of examples, click here and here.   In December, Kissinger was back in Russia meeting with President Dmitry Medvedev, Putin's protégé. Again, no coverage in the U.S. media, though the Russian press considered it newsworthy. Russia Today, a Novosti subsidiary, reported: "While waiting for the Russian president, Henry Kissinger had been chatting with Evgeny Primakov, Russia's former foreign minister." Primakov now heads the Russian Chamber of Commerce, a post that experienced intelligence analysts see as the perfect cover to continue his intelligence functions for the KGB-FSB during his numerous trips to abroad, especially to the Middle East, where he meets with leaders of many of the terror regimes he supported in the Soviet era.

Kissinger and his fellow globalists at the Council on Foreign Relations never seem to be discomfited working with the leaders of totalitarian regimes. Indeed, they seem to have the most cordial of relations with one another. They do not seem to be concerned that the Putin-Medvedev regime has been brutally suppressing all dissent and opposition — and killing those who refuse to yield to the suppression. Even "mainstream" media like the BBC have noted that under Putin, the KGB's power and influence have increased to unprecedented heights.

In an article entitled, "KGB influence 'soars under Putin'" the BBC reported:

Four out of five political leaders and state administrators in Russia either have been or still are members of the security services, a study suggests.

The unprecedented research implies a huge expansion of KGB-FSB influence in politics and business in recent years.

Many of the officials concerned have been appointed under President Vladimir Putin — himself a former spy chief....

Among the presidential administration, members of the government, deputies of both chambers of parliament, regional heads, as well as the boards of Russia's top state corporations, four in five officials worked for the KGB, or continue to work for one or more of its successor organizations.

Readers of The New American are not surprised by this, as we have been reporting on the continuation of the Soviet communist program under the supposed "reform" government of Russia over the past two decades. However, to Kissinger and the new-world-order cheerleaders at the Council on Foreign Relations, Putin's "democratic deficit" (or Hu Jintao's in China) is a triviality that should not be allowed to stand in the way of East-West "convergence," with the final goal being world government under an expanded and fully empowered United Nations.

The convergence strategy was, perhaps, most nakedly explained by Ford Foundation President H. Rowan Gaither (a Council on Foreign Relations member), who admitted to congressional investigator Norman Dodd in 1953 that he and others inside and outside of government were working "to so alter life in the United States that we can be comfortably merged with the Soviet Union." (See William H. McIlhany, The Tax-Exempt Foundations (Arlington House, 1980), pp. 60-61.)    Putin, Primakov, and Medvedev, along with Kissinger and his U.S. confreres, appear to be working toward the same objective announced by Gaither more than 50 years ago.  See also "Rooting for World Government."

21 posted on 01/17/2009 4:16:11 PM PST by Coleus (Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.

Free Republic
Browse · Search
News/Activism
Topics · Post Article

FreeRepublic, LLC, PO BOX 9771, FRESNO, CA 93794
FreeRepublic.com is powered by software copyright 2000-2008 John Robinson