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New Rice or Old Rice- The Recipe for a Globalist as a Security Advisor Remains the Same

By Terry | American Decline

Obama couldn’t get Susan E. Rice in as Secretary of State. She shot herself in the proverbial foot with her inaccurate and misleading statements about the Benghazi scandal which predictably seems to have been taken out of the public eye by the controlled media.

Rice_Susan_E.Rice in the new world order cuisine of globalism seems to a popular ingredient for our past few Presidents.

First we had Condaleeza, who as our National Security Advisor and member of the globalist New World Order pushing Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), failed miserably in the public’s eye during the 911 events. Not to worry for Condy however. Her failure as Security Advisor was apparently success enough to get her promoted to Secretary of State in the eyes of Congress. (Which should tell you something about their real allegiances BTW. It obviously isn’t to the electorate.)

Maybe it was her membership in the CFR and her position on the Board of Chevron that was qualification enough rather than her actual performance in office during a time of attack on her national security? But hey, she did a good job according to President Bush and his sycophants in the Senate. So Condy got promoted. (Normally, that happens when you do a good job. Abnormally, it happens when you have connections. I lean towards the latter explanation myself.)

So it follows that since Susan E. Rice, failed to stay in the race for Secretary of State because of her Benghazi actions, she was given an opportunity of become the next Rice as a National Security Advisor. Guess her qualifications are that she is an African American, female and failed to make the grade for another position. Not to worry Susan, it helped to get the last Rice promoted didn’t it?

[kc_heading_pac_16_headline_11 size=”25″ color=”#373737″ ]The Trilateral Commission Bonus[/kc_heading_pac_16_headline_11]

Like her predecessor, Condaleeza, this Rice is also a member of the CFR. However, the public gets the added bonus of her membership in the Trilateral Commission (TLC) which has been pushing the New World Order since its inception in 1973.

The Trilateral Commission was founded by CFR Honorary Chairman, David C. Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski, also CFR. Rockefeller was chairman of the ultra-powerful Chase Manhattan Bank and a director of the CFR at the time of the inception of the TLC. You can read more about it’s inauspicious history at the August Review. There is also a story there about how the TLC is dominating Obama’s cabinet. (Along with a strong dose of CFR members as well something Patrick Wood of the August Review seems to have a blind spot about. Nevertheless, his information on the Trilateral Commission is some of the best available.)

As a quick background on the TLC let me mention that its first Executive Director Zbigniew Brzezinski, a very strong advocate of one-world idealism, was the author of several books that have served as “policy guidelines” for the TLC. His book “Between Two Worlds” prompted David C. Rockefeller’s interest in creating the Trilateral Commission. For more on the Trilateral Commission you can view the following YouTube video:

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Brzezinski served as the Commission’s first executive director from its inception in 1973 until late 1976. He left after our CFR and TLC member President Jimmy Carter appointed him as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, the position with a new title to which Rice is now being appointed. Coincidental I suppose, if you are willing to accept the premise that these sorts of things happen by accident and are not planned. (As an aside, anyone willing to accept the accidental version of this history can contact me for a cheap price on the Brooklyn Bridge which I coincidentally have on sale- cheap too!)

[kc_heading_pac_16_headline_11 size=”25″ color=”#373737″ ]Former CFR National Security Advisors[/kc_heading_pac_16_headline_11]

After all, if this is coincidental , we have a pretty long list of other coincidences to account for. For example, a look at previous National Security Advisors appears to turn up a pretty heavy dose of CFR members which have included (from newest to oldest):

  • Stephen Hadley (2005-2009)
  • Condoleezza Rice (2001-2005)
  • Samuel R. Berger (1997-2001)
  • Brent Scowcroft (1989-1993)
  • Colin Powell (1987-1989)
  • Frank Carlucci (1986-1987)
  • Robert C. McFarlane (1983-1985)
  • Richard V. Allen (1981-1982)
  • Zbigniew Brzezinski (1977-1981)
  • Henry Kissinger (1969-1975)
  • Walt Rostow (1966-1969)
  • McGeorge Bundy (1961-1966)
  • Gordon Gray (1958-1961)
  • Dillon Anderson (1955-1966)

Whew! Long list of coincidences there huh? Coincidentally, of course, the very first National Security Director, Robert Cutler (1953-1955 and 1957-1958) wrote an article for the April 1956 issue of Foreign Affairs (the CFR’s official publication) entitled “The Development of the National Security Council. Serves as a template perhaps?

Thus, it would appear that Obama’s decision to replace the current resigning CFR Donilon with yet another CFR Rice as a continuation of a long-standing practice among presidents of both parties to move members of the internationalist CFR into this and other cabinet level positions.

However, the added bonus in the Obama cabinet is Rice’s dual globalist mantle of both TLC and CFR memberships. I suppose that makes her a more highly qualified one world government advocates. Something of value to their team but alas it is unfortunately not much help to our Constitutional liberties.

But hey, why take a downgrade from a TLC/CFR former National Security Advisor like Deputy Director Thomas Donilon? You can replace this CFR member with the dual globalist qualifications of a TLC/CFR member  like Susan E. Rice.

Of course, nary a word is spoken or written about any of these affiliations by the mainstream media or any member of Congress. Discussion of these organizations is an unspoken taboo which could land them in the unemployment line.

For more on the Trilateral Commission see:

For more on the Council on Foreign Relations see: