Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
August 4, 2014
Jim related that when President Clinton nominated Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer to the U.S. Supreme Court, Jim felt that it had to be more than a coincidence that they were 2 of the 3 CFR members among a total of 150 U.S. Court of Appeals judges from whom President Clinton was likely to select his nominees. I stressed to Jim that Trilateralist and CFR member Bill Clinton's election to the U.S. presidency was a major step forward in Cecil Rhodes' plan "to take the government of the whole world." Jim was now clicking and excitedly said, "Maybe that is why Clinton could appoint Trilateralist, Skull & Bones member, and former CFR president Winston Lord as a State Department official after Lord had said at a town hall meeting on September 29, 1992: "To a certain extent, we are going to have to yield some of our sovereignty....Under NAFTA...some Americans are going to be hurt as low-wage jobs are taken away.'"
Pleased that Jim now was recognizing what was happening, I wanted to give him further support for his realization that the concept of national sovereignty was under attack by the one-world Power Elite and their Rhodes scholar agents in the Clinton administration. So I reminded Jim that Strobe Talbott (Trilateralist and former CFR Director), whom President Clinton had made number 2 at the Statement Department, had been Bill Clinton's Rhodes scholar roommate at Oxford University (Secretary of Labor Robert Reich was also there at the same time as a Rhodes scholar), I then gave Jim a copy of Talbott's TIME magazine article of July 20, 1992 wherein he wrote: "Perhaps national sovereignty wasn't such a great idea after all....But it has taken the events of our own wondrous and terrible century to clinch the case for world government."
Jim was steamed at this remark by Talbott, and questioned how anyone so blatantly undermining national sovereignty and promoting world government could be appointed to such a high position in our federal government. I replied, "Are you kidding? Look at who appointed him. Talbott received the World Federalist Association's Norman Cousins Global Governance Award for that article, and the WFA received a letter dated June 22, 1993 from President Clinton on White House stationery congratulating Talbott for receiving the award, and stating: 'Norman Cousins worked for world peace and world government....Best wishes for an enjoyable reception and for future success.' The WFA's primary reason for existence is to promote world federal government, and for President Clinton specifically to mention the term 'world government' and wish the WFA 'future success' says it all."
One of the WFA's possible strategies was revealed in its THE GENIUS OF FEDERATION: WHY WORLD FEDERATION IS THE ANSWER TO GLOBAL PROBLEMS (1994), in which one reads: "Still another approach is to advance step by step toward global governance, using the U.N....Let the U.N. establish new agencies such as an International Criminal Court or a U.N. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency....National sovereignty would be gradually eroded until it is no longer an issue. Eventually a world federation can be formally adopted with little resistance."
I then asked Jim if he had noticed how deferential the Clinton administration had acted toward the U.N. I pointed out how President Clinton on October 13, 1993 had said they were engaging in a political process regarding Somalia "to see how we can...do all things the United Nations ordered to do...." Vice-President Al Gore referred to the Americans killed April 14, 1994, as a result of friendly fire attack while patrolling over Iraq, as "those who died in the service of the United Nations." We also allowed the U.N. to veto our request some years ago to "take out" the surface-to-air missiles that almost cost American pilot Scott O'Grady his life in Bosnia. And about 10 years ago concerning the removal of Saddam Hussein as ruler of Iraq, President Clinton on February 5, 1998 had said "that is not what the U.N. authorized us to do."
"Yeah," Jim replied, "I saw part of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's December 12, 1997 speech in Washington, where she surprised some people by asserting that 'today's international policy makers'...short-term goal is to subordinate American and other national sovereignties to multinational authorities; their long-term goal, one suspects, is to establish the U.N. as a kind of embryo world government."
Picking up on this, I noted to Jim that just two days after Mrs. Thatcher made those remarks, then U.S. Senator Chuck Hagel, just back from the U.N. Global Warming Conference in Kyoto, Japan appeared on CBS' "Face the Nation," December 14, 1997, and warned: "The consequences of the actions that are taken, and if in fact we move forward and ratify this Treaty on Global Warming, are about our jobs, our economic future, our economic growth, international competitiveness, and national sovereignty. For example, for the first time in the history of America, we would be allowing a U.N. bureaucracy to come in and administer and enforce shutdowns of industries, businessmen and farmers."
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