A blogger, a think tank, NATO and a boatload of non-transparent political mucking… who, what where, how?
The blogger is a one man show in ta-da, the UK, same UK that sponsors the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights and the Syrian Network of Human Rights. Coincidence? Hmmm. Blogger name is Eliot Higgins, blog is Bellingcat. He is a stay at home mom with no background in anything who is a self purported ‘expert’ at finding which videos and photos have been manipulated and then guessing by whom. His claim to fame? The Atlantic Council endorses him.
The Think Tank is Atlantic Council, a non-partison organization that promotes ‘constructive leadership’. It claims to ‘shape policy choices and strategies to create a more secure and prosperous world’. In other words, they tell everyone what to do. The umbrella organization is the Atlantic Treaty Association which also oversees NATO.
The non-transparency is their refusal to provide a complete list of the names of all donors. Leading to the obvious conclusion that they are hiding someone or many someones.
But for a non-governmental organization, the Atlantic Council would seem to be in everyone’s proverbial pocket from Turkey to Azerbaijan, to Syria, to Iraq, to Poland, Norway, Ukraine, Croatia and beyond. Their past and present name dropping includes the infamous Susan Rice, Chuck Hagel, Henry Kissinger and a host of past Defense Secretaries, NATO commanders, RAND Corporation executives, former CIA Director, National Security Advisors, etc…
It’s funding sources include; George Soros Open Society, Hewlett Packard Foundation, Ford Foundation, Cuba Policy Foundation, US Department of Defense – Army, Navy, NATO and the UN. While corporate donors include; JP Morgan, Lockheed Martin, Goldman Sachs, MSNBC, Time Warner, Toyota, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kazakhstan, and the UK, etc… All of the above foundations are far left leaning and sponsor a good deal of George Soro’s agendas.
Heavily involved in energy strategies… ie, where there is an abundance of oil or natural gas, we find a new civil war just around the corner, including propping up the Kurdish Regional Government in Syria and Iraq, who happen to be quite friendly toward a joint relationship with Chevron, Exxon Mobile and Total, who also happen to fund the Atlantic Council.
But one of their greatest roles has been in their stated need to realign and change the face of NATO in order to ramp up its power, control and world dominance. If NATO were able to become the global military,
Biden and Clinton regularly speak at Atlantic Council forums, pushing for Russia to ‘play by their rules of order’ in the oil wars and promoting the Caspian pipeline which will potentially traverse thru Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan before passing thru Turkey thus providing oil to Europe and bypassing Russia. Blocked by Russia and Iran, the pipeline is somewhat tabled.
In 2013, the Atlantic Council awarded Hillary the “Distinguished International Leadership” title which was presented by Kissinger, and in which she vehemently pushed for the TPP Agreement. Apparently, she no longer endorses the TPP as of last week. And apparently, nor does Soros. It may well be that in expanding NATO and The Atlantic Treaty Association this will carve a way of incorporating it automatically thereby bypassing a voting process that has fallen on its face for the TPP. Any country that is a member of NATO would then be obligated to a trade agreement stipulated by the ATA.
For a New World Order to exist, per Kissinger, the Islamist view, Chinese view, Western view and Russian view must all join together as one global common. Where that leaves Africa and South America would seem to be a mystery. Whether this can be achieved through ‘chaos or insight’ would seem to be his reference. And his common view with Soros would be that people are expendable and a nuisance in the implementation of their goal for a Global Order. They both would seem to believe that people are merely pawns to be used and exterminated.
Kissinger is also a Bilderburg Group Member, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a ‘participator’ in the Trilateral Commission.
Henry Kissinger Quotes:
“It is not a matter of what is true that counts, but a matter of what is perceived to be true.”
“The issues are too important to be left to the voters.”
“The illegal we do immediately, the unconstitutional take a little bit longer.”