Council on Foreign Relations

And You Thought The North American Union Was A Conspiracy Theory

And You Thought The North American Union Was A Conspiracy Theory

Some light reading for the corporate-owned moos on this day after the rapture...yep, it just keeps getting better and better.... WikiLeaks: 'North American Initiative' no 'theory' Memo: 'Most believe the incremental approach most appropriate at this time' A document posted online by WikiLeaks reveals that there were strategy discussions regarding the adoption of a "North American Union" – called the North American Initiative in this case – at the ambassadorial level in the United States government. (more…)
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G. Edward Griffin: Carroll Quigley And The New World Order

My readers know that I believe G. Edward Griffin to be a natural treasure because of his research on the shadow chess players, the New World Order, and their view of the unwashed, stupid American masses.  Mr. Griffin has done a lecture on Carroll Quigley who in actuality was the historian of a secret society. You can take your tinfoil hats off because these is real and true.  Also, this particular lecture is in 8 parts, so get comfy.  Mr. Griffin does a summary starting with Cecil Rhodes, and then reads from Quigley's books to prove he isn't talking out…
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Google Has It’s Eye On You Via Expanded Tracking

Monster readers know that Google is a corporate member of the Council on Foreign Relations (who is no friend to Constitutional Americans), therefore, will not find the following tidbit of information surprising. Google expands tracking to logged out users Anyone who's a regular Google search user will know that the only way to avoid the company tracking your online activities is to log out of Gmail or whatever Google account you use. Not any more. As of last Friday, even searchers who aren't logged into Google in any way have their data tracked in the name of providing a 'better…
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Ukraine Hemorrhagic Pneumonia (Mutated H1N1) May Be Spreading

I spent some time last night trying to break down all the different news reports to make some sense of what we are seeing across the world in terms of H1N1, different flu viruses, mutations, completely different beasts, etc., and had to bench that post when I ran across this from PreventDisease.com. Fatal H1N1 Mutation May Be Present In Texas A hospital spokesman has confirmed the second recorded H1N1 related death in Nacogdoches, a County in east Texas. Since the vast majority of H1N1 infections are mild, the death of two roommates within 24 hours of each other raises concerns…
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