With the Democrat candidates for President chewing each other up and heading towards self destruction and melt-down at their national convention, and with each of the Democrat candidates being so far left of any definable center, John McCain could easily be the next president of the United States. Other Democrat candidates who were far left-of-center, suffered a similar fate. i.e. Dukakis, Mondale, Kerry, etc.
So just who is John McCain? This is what we could find from usually reliable sources. John McCain is a member of the Trilateral Commission. But besides being a member of the Trilateral Commission, John is also a member of the following other national and international organizations. Each is linked to a Wikipedia page describing what each does and who are their members. It is very illuminating to see what company John keeps.
There are other organizations that we have not listed, but it is worthy to note that most of these organizations we have listed, have a significant international one-world-order, social equity and environmental protection component, as promoted by Europe and the United Nations. Each organization, whether intended or not, appears to be determined to dilute the influence of America on the world stage and chip away at America’s sovereignty. Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State under President Richard Nixon, figures prominently in these organizations. Here is something Mr. Kissinger said sometime ago: “The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional takes a bit longer.” What could he be referring to?
And here is a quote from the Council on Foreign Relations: “The new world order will be built as an end run on national sovereignty. Eroding it, piece by piece, will accomplish much more than the old fashioned frontal assault.” (from their Journal, 1974, page 558)
Many of these organizations are attended by the elite of the world elite; bankers, financiers, industrialists and prominent politicians. Most subscribe to power over the people and the power of money in politics. In a front-page article to our March 2008 NARLO newsletter entitled: “The Forces that Mold Nations”, we wrote this:
“Nations tend to reflect the character of the people. Cultural and religious influences color that character considerably. Some of those cultural and religious influences can be highly restrictive and tend to hold the people in a sort of self-induced bondage, while still others lose those tight influences and many times end up testing the bar of acceptable behavior. This feature of a nation’s character ebbs and flows over time, sometimes producing exceptional societies and other times creating very inflexible ones with a low happiness factor and even lower national production and pride.”
“The characteristics we have described are internal ones, but they are even further molded by much more powerful outside influences. These powerful outside influences tend to be shrouded in secrecy, hard to define and purposely so. The other human characteristic that allows these outside influences to grow and flourish, is greed and the lust for power. This greed takes advantage of some absolute human need (i.e. food, water, energy, space) or a human weakness, like drugs, alcohol or sex. The greater the human need, the greater the opportunity to amass huge profits. With huge profits come the lust for power and finally, power itself. Power over people comes in the form of politics, whether that politics from a democracy to a dictatorship. No matter what form of government a country has, it is still vulnerable to shadow control by these outside forces. Which leads us to the outside forces that mold nations today.”
“The accumulation of exceptionally large amounts of money, legal or illegal, brings with it a corresponding large influence on power. We all need food, so large food producers accumulate large amounts of cash. We all need energy, so energy producers accumulate large amounts of cash. Way too many of us require the application of large doses of mind-altering drugs or alcohol, which allows the producers to accumulate large amounts of cash. Central banks, who store our money and have the discretion to dole it out or not, become power brokers in the grand power scheme as well.”
By participating in these national and international organizations, presidential candidate John McCain represents the concentration of international power and the interests of international power. He represents social equity and environmental protection, as espoused by the United Nations. He is soft on illegal immigration and strong on environmental protection. He is against drilling in ANWR, but he is for saddling our economy with draconian CO2 emission limits. He is for a path to citizenship for illegal aliens. He says he is strong on protecting our borders, but his previous actions belie that pronouncement. It is almost a certainty that as president of the United States, his actions will reflect his strongly-held international positions on these social and environmental issues.
John McCain is a socialist and radical environmentalist and is only one step up from the two aspiring Democrat candidates. It is abundantly clear that he does not represent the true conservative principles of the American Republican Party. Some choice we have in 2008, three socialist and three radical environmentalists.
Unless………………………..! Could the presumptive nominee be unseated at the Republican convention?
Stranger things have happened.