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Ziarul american ZeroHedge despre Council on Foreign Relations organizația care conduce din umbră America. ZeroHedge: "Imperiul american şi Massmedia sa"
Fapt destul de necunoscut publicului larg, directorii și jurnaliștii de top ai aproape tuturor marilor publicații de știri din SUA au fost de mult timp, membri ai influentului Consiliului pentru Relații Externe, "Council on Foreign Relation" (CFR).
Eminentul economist și susținător al lui Kennedy, John K. Galbraith, a confirmat influența Consiliului: "Aceia dintre noi care lucraseră pentru alegerea lui Kennedy au fost tolerați în guvern, doar din acest motiv, și au avut un cuvânt de spus pentru că lucrase în alegeri, dar politica externă era încă făcură la Consiliul pentru Afaceri Externe care coordona şi relațiile dintre oamenii (din guvern) "
Revista germană de știri Der Spiegel a descris odată CFR ca fiind "cea mai influentă instituție privată a Statelor Unite și a lumii occidentale" și un "politburo (un birou de conducere politic), al capitalismului". Atât logo-ul inspirat de de la Romani al Consiliului (sus-sus în ilustrația de mai sus), cât și sloganul său (ubique - omniprezent) par să sublinieze acea ambiție.
Largely unbeknownst to the general public, executives and top journalists of almost all major US news outlets have long been members of the influential Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).
Established in 1921 as a private, bipartisan organization to “awaken America to its worldwide responsibilities”, the CFR and its close to 5000 elite members have for decades shaped U.S. foreign policy and public discourse about it. As a well-known Council member once explained, the goal has indeed been to establish a global Empire, albeit a “benevolent” one.
Based on official membership rosters, the following illustration for the first time depicts the extensive media network of the CFR and its two main international affiliate organizations: the Bilderberg Group(covering mainly the U.S. and Europe) and the Trilateral Commission (covering North America, Europe and East Asia), both established by Council leaders to foster elite cooperation at the international level.
In a column entitled “Ruling Class Journalists”, former Washington Post senior editor and ombudsman Richard Harwood once described the Council and its members approvingly as “the nearest thing we have to a ruling establishment in the United States”.
However, media personalities constitute only about five percent of the overall CFR network. As the following illustration shows, key members of the private Council on Foreign Relations have included:
Eminent economist and Kennedy supporter, John K. Galbraith, confirmed the Council’s influence: “Those of us who had worked for the Kennedy election were tolerated in the government for that reason and had a say, but foreign policy was still with the Council on Foreign Relations people.”
And no less than John J. McCloy, the longtime chairman of the Council and advisor to nine U.S. presidents, told the New York Times about his time in Washington: “Whenever we needed a man we thumbed through the roll of the Council members and put through a call to New York.”
German news magazine Der Spiegel once described the CFR as the “most influential private institution of the United States and the Western world“ and a “politburo of capitalism”. Both the Roman-inspired logo of the Council (top right in the illustration above) as well as its slogan (ubique – omnipresent) appear to emphasize that ambition.
In his famous article about “The American Establishment”, political columnist Richard H. Rovere noted:
Until recently, this assessment had indeed been justified. Thus, in 1993 former CFR director George H.W. Bush was followed by CFR member Bill Clinton, who in turn was followed by CFR “family member” George W. Bush. In 2008, CFR member John McCain lost against CFR candidate of choice, Barack Obama, who received the names of his entire Cabinet already one month prior to his election by CFR Senior Fellow (and Citigroup banker) Michael Froman. Froman later negotiated the TTP and TTIP free trade agreements, before returning to the CFR as a Distinguished Fellow.
It was not until the 2016 election that the Council couldn’t, apparently, prevail. At any rate, not yet.
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