The TPP, Monsanto, Rockefeller, Trilateral Commission, Brzezinski

27049240586f603f927d721a38607bb6By Jon Rappoport

All hands on deck for global, economic, corporate dictatorship.

“The so-called ‘migration’ of populations into Europe and America is no accident. It’s part and parcel of a Trilateral Commission plan to introduce a high degree of chaos—which of course will require a militarized police response, to ‘restore order’ and remove huge chunks of freedom in the process. All significant US policy decisions are initiated by Trilateral members working inside and outside of government.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

There are dots to connect here. They’re real, and they’re spectacular.

Let me begin with a brief exchange from a 1978 interview, conducted by reporter Jeremiah Novak. He was speaking with two American members of the Trilateral Commission (TC), a group founded in 1973 by David Rockefeller and his intellectual flunkey, Zbigniew Brzezinski.

NOVAK: Yes, but why doesn’t President Carter come out with it and tell the American people that [US] economic and political power is being coordinated by a [Trilateral Commission] committee made up of Henry Owen and six others? After all, if [US] policy is being made on a multinational level, the people should know.

RICHARD COOPER [Trilateral Commission member]: President Carter and Secretary of State Vance have constantly alluded to this in their speeches.

KARL KAISER [Trilateral Commission member]: It just hasn’t become an issue.

Source: “Trilateralism: The Trilateral Commission and Elite Planning for World Management,” ed. by Holly Sklar, 1980. South End Press, Boston. Pages 192-3.

This through-the-looking-glass moment summed up the casual arrogance of Trilateral members: of course US government policy was in the hands of Trilateralists; what else would you expect?

US government policy most certainly covers the area of international trade—and Cooper and Kaiser were foreshadowing blockbuster trade treaties to come: e.g., NAFTA, GATT (which established the World Trade Organization), CAFTA, and now, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which is being negotiated in secret among 12 nations responsible for a major amount of world trade and world GDP.

Here are two key Trilateral quotes that reflect this global outlook—by which I mean a world dominated by mega-corporations:

The nation state as a fundamental unit of man’s organized life has ceased to be the principal creative force: International banks and multinational corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the nation-state. — Zbigniew Brzezinski, 1969.

Brzezinski was Obama’s foreign policy mentor after Obama won the Presidency in 2008.

Any doubt on the question of Trilateral Commission goals is answered by David Rockefeller himself, the founder of the TC, in his Memoirs (2003):

Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure—one world, if you will. If that is the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.

“Integrated global political and economic structure” means: domination of populations via giant corporations.

Here is the payoff. The current US Trade Representative (appointed by Obama in 2013), who is responsible for negotiating the TPP with 11 other nations, is Michael Froman, a former member of the Trilateral Commission. Don’t let the word “former” fool you. TC members resign when they take positions in the Executive Branch of government. And when they serve in vital positions, such as US Trade Representative, they aren’t there by accident. They’re TC operatives with a specific agenda.

The TPP IS a major item on the Trilateral to-do list. Make no mistake about it.

Let’s move along to Monsanto, one of those mega-corporations the Trilateralists fervently favor.

From 2001 to 2008, a man named Islam Siddiqui was a staunch US lobbyist for, and vice president of, CropLife America. Siddiqui represented Monsanto, BASF, Bayer, Dow, DuPont, Syngenta—the biggest and most aggressive biotech GMO corporations in the world.

On October 21, 2011, Siddiqui’s new appointment (by Obama) was confirmed. He became the federal government’s Chief Agricultural Negotiator, and served in that position until he resigned on December 12, 2013. During his tenure, Siddiqui, Monsanto’s man, was up to his ears in negotiating the TPP.

On April 22, 2009, Siddiqui had addressed the press in a US State Dept. briefing disingenuously titled “Green Revolution”:

What we need now in the 21st century is another revolution… you would not do it just by conventional breeding. You need to have use of 21st century technologies, including biotechnology, genetic [GMO] technology… And these molecules, which are being used (inaudible), they are state-of-the-art technologies, using molecular biology. Especially in chemicals [pesticides], they have less harsh footprint on the environment, they are more green, in terms of the adverse effects and ecological effects. They are also tested more thoroughly.

Siddiqui is a disinformation pro. For example, the most widely used pesticide in the world, deployed in conjunction with Monsanto’s GMO crops, was tested so “thoroughly” for safety that it is now declared a probable carcinogen by the World Health Organization. You may have heard of it: Roundup.

Siddiqui’s tenure negotiating US interests in the TPP surely favored big biotech, and all the companies who make their living selling GMO crop-seeds and pesticides.

The predicted outcome of the TPP vis-à-vis GMOs? It’s obvious. Nations who resist the importation of GMO food crops will be sued, in private tribunals, for interfering with “free trade.”

This is the future writ large, unless the TPP is derailed.

Consider the local movement in Hawaii’s Maui County, where in the last election, citizens voted to block long-standing Monsanto/Dow experimentation with GMOs and their attendant pesticides, until an independent investigation could assess the health effects of those reckless open-air activities.

Monsanto immediately sued to suspend the force of the vote, successfully obtained an injunction, and the case has been hung up in federal court ever since.

Under the TPP, all successful local community actions against GMOs and their pesticides, anywhere in the 12-member countries, would be viewed per se as obstructions to free trade; and instead of engaging in a public and messy court battle, corporations could simply sue (or threaten to sue) the offending member country in a private tribunal, automatically defeat the local communities, and win a cash judgment.

Attempts to label GMOs, and previous laws allowing labeling in various countries, could be arbitrarily canceled.

Consider the recent astounding action of US Trade Representatives in Europe. Using yet another disastrous trade treaty under negotiation, the TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership), US Trade Reps pressured the European Union (EU) to modify its stance on pesticides.

The Guardian (May 22, 2015) headline and tag says it all:

EU dropped pesticide laws due to US pressure over TTIP, documents show… US trade officials pushed EU to shelve action on endocrine-disrupting chemicals linked to cancer and male infertility to facilitate TTIP free trade deal.

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Note: this repressive and criminal action didn’t even involve a treaty that had been ratified. The pressure was all about the so-called positive economic impact the TTIP would have, when passed, for Europe. And in the face of that money benefit, and the threat of its removal (by ditching the TTIP negotiations), who would dare curb the import and use of chemicals that achieve something as “minor” as disrupting human endocrine systems and causing male infertility and cancer?

This is the sort of judgment we can look forward to, if and when the TTP and the TTIP are ratified.

This is the face of corporate Globalism. This is the face of the Globalist Trilateral Commission.

Recently, US Senator Jeff Sessions broke the code of silence on what is in the forbidden-to-be-disclosed TPP Treaty. His most pungent revelation concerned “living agreements.” Thus giving new meaning to the term bait-and-switch.

Living agreements are arbitrary changes that can be made to the treaty, by Presidential fiat, without consulting Congress, after the treaty has been ratified.

That’s right. In other words, the treaty is the treaty until it isn’t, until it’s something more, something different, something worse, something that empowers mega-corporations to a greater degree than previously negotiated.

Because those corporations, those Monsantos and Dows and Syngentas, wouldn’t want to miss a trick, wouldn’t want to forego suddenly realizing how they can exert even more dominance, would they?

Barbara Chicherio offers a powerful clue about what’s to come if the TPP is ratified (“Trans-Pacific Partnership and Monsanto,”

Trade agreements have a history of displacing small farmers and destroying local food economies. Ten years following the passage of NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) 1.5 million Mexican farmers became bankrupt because they could not compete with the highly subsidized US corn entering the Mexican market.

In the same 10 years Mexico went from a country virtually producing all of its own corn to a country that now imports at least half of this food staple. Mexican consumers are now paying higher prices for Monsanto’s GMO corn.

It isn’t just GMOs. Suppose a US pharmaceutical company decides to export a new drug to Japan or Australia or Canada, all members of the TPP. And suppose the drug is highly toxic. And suppose the governments of those nations object. The US company could sue, win a huge $$ judgment, and force the export to go through anyway.

As I’ve written in previous articles, the details of the TPP negotiations and the text of the TPP are secret. Government officials in the member nations are not allowed to know all the details of the treaty, nor are they permitted to reveal what they know to the public.

This is an oligarchic dictatorship of corporations on a global scale. Along with a purposeful dumb-show, played out by government officials: “I don’t even know much about what’s in the trade treaty. And if I did, I couldn’t tell you.” So far, Senator Sessions is the only exception.

Those people who still believe that One World United, delivered to us by the powers-that-be, will lead to a better life for all, need to put that fairy tale away and see the underlying framework and the underlying betrayal.

The Globalist/Trilateral Community aims to destroy the rights and power of all communities, and ultimately, destroy all people who still have a grip on the word freedom.

This is the grinning nightmare descending in the long night, professing to help us all, claiming to know the details of better living through chemistry, asserting that trade treaties couldn’t harm a flea…and television news assures us that, at worst, this is just another he-said he-said debate, nothing to worry about, be happy, march forward, eyes closed, mouths shut, mind quiet.

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

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31 Comments on "The TPP, Monsanto, Rockefeller, Trilateral Commission, Brzezinski"

  1. John C Carleton | September 19, 2015 at 8:44 am | Reply

    Most Americans do not deserve freedom or liberty. The ancestors of some Americans fought for freedom, many current Americans have no Ancestors who fought for that freedom. Of those who do have that ancestry, most of their prodigy have sold the freedom their Great Grandfather types fought for, for “free” trinkets” from the government.

    • This is failed propaganda from the far right. Do you think education or healthcare is a trinket?
      This is just right wing “free stuff” BS. The fact is, it is the dominant corporations who get the most “free stuff” from outright subsidies in the billions to tax breaks to government defense contracts for weapons no one needs or wants.

      We all have a natural right to freedom. Period.

      • I am sorry you do not understand self reliance, freedom and liberty. You seem to have the slave mentality down perfectly.

        • You are entitled to your totally unsupported opinion about abstractions like freedom.
          No one is more enslaved than the person who thinks he is free, while everyone else is a slave. Your logic is simple: anyone who disagrees with you is a slave. Enjoy.

          • John C Carleton | September 19, 2015 at 11:21 am |

            Look, fire plug at the end of the street. Watch out for the troll catchers. God bless you and may he find it in his heart to forgive you. You have my sincere sympathies.

          • As there is no substance to your posts, just unsupported claims, I will treat them as trolling. God does not need to forgive me for I have done nothing wrong. Your sarcasm is welcome.

          • John C Carleton | September 19, 2015 at 11:57 am |

            Next verse, same as the first. The fire plug is at the end of the street———

          • Troll.

          • No Dale if that is your name which I doubt it is, YOU ARE THE TROLL. I remember seeing your name in posts on other sites. GFY

          • Unlike cowards like you, I operate under my real name. Trolls usually have some fake name like Molly 29.

            GFY x 2.

      • TARDISOFGALLIFREY | September 19, 2015 at 12:09 pm | Reply

        Public education is used to indoctrinate and dumb down children. And where do you get free healthcare?

        • Where were you educated? Free healthcare means (as you know) free to the consumer, while being paid by taxes. The other 34 advanced nations all have national healthcare plans, all with superior results, at half the cost of the US. So not only is “free healthcare” free to the consumer but it is twice as cheap. Perhaps if you had a decent education, you would have known that.

          • TARDISOFGALLIFREY | September 19, 2015 at 7:26 pm |

            I’ve heard the horror stories of UK single-payer. Patients die waiting to see a doctor, and hospitals let then die to cut cost.

          • “I’ve heard” is hardly evidence or reliable information. Here are the facts about UK healthcare:

            1. No one is denied

            2. If you want private treatment, you can get it (most often with a much shorter wait time)

            3.Emergencies are dealt with immediately

            4. ” The median wait time for a consultant led first appointment in English hospitals is a little over 3 weeks.[ Patients can be seen by the hospital as out-patients or in-patients, with the latter involving overnight stay. The speed of in-patient admission is based on medical need and time waiting with more urgent cases faster though all cases will be dealt with eventually. Only about one third of hospital admissions are from a waiting list.” Wikipedia

            5. Even with private medicine (btw, Medicare, Medicaid, and almost all national healthcare programs use private medicine, the exception being the UK and in the US, the VA), wait time in the US are often just as long or longer.

            “Merritt Hawkins, a physician staffing firm, found long waits last year when it polled five types of doctors’ offices about several types of nonemergency appointments including heart checkups, visits for knee pain and routine gynecologic exams. The waits varied greatly by market and specialty. For example, patients waited an average of 29 days nationally to see a dermatologist for a skin exam, 66 days to have a physical in Boston and 32 days for a heart evaluation by a cardiologist in Washington.

            The study found that 26 percent of 2,002 American adults surveyed said they waited six days or more for appointments, better only than Canada (33 percent) and Norway (28 percent), and much worse than in other countries with national health systems like the Netherlands (14 percent) or Britain (16 percent). When it came to appointments with specialists, patients in Britain and Switzerland reported shorter waits than those in the United States.’ NYtime

            Did you get that: US patients with private healthcare wait longer than in the UK!

            6. Here is a horror story not based on “I’ve heard” but on a serious study:

            “Families USA, a nonprofit group…. has just released a stunning new estimate. The group says 26,000 people died in 2010 as a result of a lack of health insurance.”

            Reuters reported: “The study, released on Wednesday by the consumer advocacy group Families USA, estimates that a record high of 26,100 people aged 25 to 64 died for lack of health coverage in 2010, up from 20,350 in 2005 and 18,000 in 2000.”

            In the UK, anyone can get medical treatment and in an emergency, immediately. In the US, 30 million people still lack healthcare coverage and it is from this groups that tens of thousands die each year for lack of care. If the US created Medicare for all, it would save 600 billion a year in wasted overhead (of private insurers) and half of it would cover the 30 million now uninsured, leaving 300 billion to improve healthcare or reduce the deficit. Medicare for all would till use private medicine but it would pay out 98% of funding instead of the 80% paid out by private insurers. 18% saved on 3 trillion a year is 600 billion (the current deficit is 480 billion).

            Now you’ve heard some information based on evidence. Your speculation that people die in the UK waiting for treatment ignore that emergencies are treated as such and that hospitals do not save money by letting patient die, since they are reimbursed by the government. Stop reading and repeating trash, friend. All the information you need to get a realistic picture is available.

      • I don’t think the free trinkets John spoke of was healthcare nor education. If you owned a home and paid taxes you would know that the cost of education is paid for by people paying property taxes. Healthcare is not free either, if you paid your premiums you would know this. In fact the cost is very expensive compared to what you get in return. Anyone with Obamacare knows that a deductible of typically $5000-$10,000/year must be paid before it is free, this is on top of your monthly premiums. The only people getting these services for free are poor lazy people and to them I say, GET A JOB LAZY FVCK. This does include you dale.

    • TARDISOFGALLIFREY | September 19, 2015 at 12:08 pm | Reply

      Gimme me free Obamaphones & EBT Cards!

    • ‘If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you ever were our countrymen…’ — Samuel Adams

      • John C Carleton | September 19, 2015 at 8:03 pm | Reply

        See, they had sheep back then also. Somewhere between 95 and 97% of the colonist hide underneath their beds while between 3 to 5% were involved with fighting to overthrow the Crown.

        • Actually that was the number that started the push for revolution. a third were involved in the revolution on the side of freedom, a third were “Tories” and blind supporters of the king (like establishment dems and repubs). And a third stayed out of the fight.

  2. Since both “democracy” and “republic” are clearly failing the people, the most important tool left in our political bag is “boycott”. And if they pass laws against “organized” boycotts, we just have to proceed quietly with individual boycotts. The power of the purse, combined with knowledge of the world, are weapons the corporations cannot defeat.

    One small correction for Jon’s otherwise excellent piece — Zbigniew Brzezinski was the Obama campaign’s chief foreign policy adviser *before* Obama was elected. It was that tidbit of news that tipped me off that the Obama “hope and change” message was pure bovine excrement. You don’t hire the architect of two disastrous wars to advise you if your plan is truly to get out of those wars, you find someone with new ideas. Brzezinski made a few pro forma statements around this time that he was having second thoughts about his “Grand Chessboard” strategy, but that was merely a cover to make himself more acceptable to potential Obama voters. These TC guys never really admit a mistake and never back off.

    • TARDISOFGALLIFREY | September 19, 2015 at 12:07 pm | Reply

      Is ZB a Zionist?

      • This is always a safe bet in American politics: If you ain’t a Zionist you ain’t got no power. Zbig is actually Polish and driven by an abiding hatred of all things Russian. His Grand Chessboard strategy was to seize central Asia to control the USSR’s southern border. The fact that that strategy served Israel by controlling all of their regional rivals and his Rockefeller patron by grabbing a lot of oil is probably what gave Zbig access to important ears.

    • Average Joe American | September 29, 2015 at 1:12 am | Reply

      Tom, I voted you one-up for hope in your first paragraph, and for truth and perspicacity in your second.

      However, in a corporatocracy which owns the media, controls most of the remaining jobs in America, controls government, medicine and education (literally owns the hearts and minds), I’ve little hope that we’ll ever be able to boycott these fascist ghouls and cretins out of existence. It would not surprise me to learn that not only do these corporate world-controllers not give a rodent’s posterior whether we–the relatively few who have woken up–live or die (they know the majority of us aren’t buying into their crap anyway), they’d probably prefer us to simply fade away. All They’d lose if we all disappeared tomorrow is a niggling voice of opposition. We may seem numerous here, but polls in the streets of the world show how little the people in the streets understand about what is really going on around them. Many have no idea why they are being spied upon, searched, poisoned, vaccinated (same thing), micro-chipped, shot, and bombed.

      Are there enough of us to make a difference if They REALLY overstepped their bounds?

      I believe there are, and I believe They are afraid of us, else they’d be patrolling Main Street with tanks already. That said, look how far they’ve already come in steadily increasing increments.
      Personally, individually, I’ve been eating organic and buying local for years. I do not buy or eat corn, soy, sugar beets, papaya, or GMO alfalfa-fed animals or famed seafood. I do not have health care insurance nor frequent doctors, do not take any sort of prescription or OTC drugs, don’t pay for water, sewer, or electric, do not watch TV or listen to mainstream radio, do provide for my own defense, drive as little as possible (and don’t refuel at Chevron), don’t drive new cars, don’t have a mortgage on my land, I pay as few taxes as possible, rarely vote, campaign or contribute unless it’s for someone like Ron Paul, I stay out of Walmart and the like for the most part, and have taken many opportunities to alert friends, neighbors, and family as to what I’ve seen going on in this country and the world since 9/11. In short, I don’t play the game.

      What impact do I imagine all this “boycotting” on my part has made against the unfolding agenda of the NWO?

      In the greater scheme of things, almost none. I’m probably one of the first They will come for, not because I’m any sort of a real threat as a “boycotter,” but because I’m what They would classify as a “useless eater.”

      • Don't give up! | October 23, 2015 at 2:24 pm | Reply

        No, you are a model for others to emulate. When people vote with their feet (or wallets), this sends a huge message to these food producers. Look at how people are fighting the big GMO companies and going organic, local food, etc. This is because the masses have power and don’t know it. If you give up, they win. Do not give up. Call or write to your local representative of your House, this is how they can be defeated. Gary Allen in his book, “The Rockefeller File” said that the House is the Rockefeller’s and NWO’s Achillies heel. If these members can vote no against the TPP and all these freedom destroying bills and measures, they CAN be vanquished.

  3. TARDISOFGALLIFREY | September 19, 2015 at 12:02 pm | Reply

    Even if they sign these deals, do not obey them on a local level.

  4. John C Carleton | September 19, 2015 at 3:37 pm | Reply

    In this world, if you want freedom, you must speak up for it. No one is going to, nor should they, hand it to you on a platter. Those who struggle to be free value freedom the most. Succeeding generations seem to value it less. Comes a point where if you do not demand it, you will lose it.

  5. But who are the real powers behind the “globalists” and “Rockefellers” that Rappoport and Alex Jones love to talk about? To get a real education that these gatekeepers systematically avoid discussion of, I strongly recommend studying the debate between Alex Jones and David Duke:

    Here’s a hint: one commentator is a banana eating bonobo and the other is an intelligent human being, you figure it out…

    Recently the biggest taboo topic in America had its lid blown off by Ann Coultier:

    James Petras explains WHO is behind the evil “globalists” (and who they actually are) even if Zionist journalists in the mainstream and alternative media won’t, and Petras most brilliantly exposes their hypocrisy and deceptions:

    – Richard Wilcox, “Reporting from Tokyo”

    • Jones is hard core co-intelpro. In sharp contrast, Rappoport is far from being a gatekeeper. He references the apex globalists (the international banksters) in one of the quotes. The most prominent cabal implementing policy and economic directives from the top of the pyramid is, in fact, the Trilateralists. And, yes, the international banksters are Zionists at their very core.

      • Rappoport is far more intelligent and thoughtful than Jones, I give you that, which is obvious. Bonobo vs Orungatun. But I’ll bet you if you go through the last seven thousand articles Jon has written not ONE of them mentions Zionism or is critical of Jewish power. Stand to be corrected if I am overstating this. I think we know which tribe Jon belongs to.
        To be sure Jon’s insights into the inner workings of Big Pharma are very interesting and valuable, but he still never gets to the root of the issue, in my opinion.

        Richard Wilcox, “Reporting from Tokyo”

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