Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
May 26, 2014
Because I knew that Jim was becoming interested in how Cecil Rhodes' plan had tracked through the decades, I mentioned to him that President Kennedy had at least a dozen Rhodes scholars in his administration. One Rhodes scholar whom I stressed in particular was Richard N. Gardner, who was a high-ranking State Department official from 1961 to 1965. The reason I emphasized Gardner to Jim was that Gardner later wrote an article in the CFR's journal FOREIGN AFFAIRS (April 1974) stating that "the 'house of world order' will have to be built from the bottom up, rather than from the top down...,but an end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece, will accomplish much more than the old-fashioned frontal assault."
Gardner in the article further revealed that "we will be seeking new rules in the GATT to cover a whole range of hitherto unregulated nontariff barriers. These will subject countries to an unprecedented degree of international surveillance over up to now sacrosanct 'domestic' policies."
Gardner later would be an adviser on U.N. matters to the Clinton presidential campaign. And after Bill Clinton's election in 1992, Gardner would be appointed Ambassador to Spain, from which the new head of NATO, the Marxist/Socialist Javier Solana, would come with the support of the Clinton administration.
When the still skeptical Jim heard the word, "Marxist," an exasperated look came upon his face, and he sighed, "Here we go with the Commies again." I quickly responded: "Jim, you have got to stop having these kneejerk reactions. I am not saying this is all a Commie plot, but you do yourself a disservice if you do not take seriously the words of leading political figures in this country." "What are you talking about?" Jim replied. Because I knew that the Trilateral Commission was another of the conspiracy buffs' targets, I informed Jim that before Zbigniew Brzezenski (ZB) had become the first director of David Rockefeller's Trilateral Commission in the early 1970s, ZB had written BETWEEN TWO AGES (1970), in which he proclaimed: "Marxism is simultaneously a victory of the external, active man over the inner, passive man and a victory of reason over belief...(and) the fiction of (national) sovereignty...is clearly no longer compatible with reality....In the technetronic society the trend seems to be toward...effectively exploiting the latest communication techniques to manipulate emotions and control reason....Human beings become increasingly manipulable and malleable."
Regarding communications in the "technetronic society," I asked Jim if he knew that AT&T with its company NCR (National Cash Register) had a full-page ad in USA TODAY on September 17, 1992 highlighting the Chinese philosophic yin-yang symbol. Then I asked if he knew about AT&T's formation of Lucent Technologies in 1996 with a red circle for a logo. I also asked Jim, "Isn't Lucent's new 'network operating and programming environment' called 'Inferno'? And doesn't a Lucent publicity release quote from Dante's THE INFERNO (about hell and Lucifer)? And didn't Lucent materials state that 'Inferno (Internet/computer) applications are written in a new language called "Limbo" which was designed specifically for the Inferno environment' (Limbo is a region bordering on hell)? And aren't the 'communications protocols' in Lucent's software called 'styx' (in mythology, the river Styx encircles Hades or hell)? And didn't Lucent sign a lease for 40,000 square feet at 666 Fifth Avenue in New York? I asked Jim if he thought all of this was just a meaningless coincidence."
I then reminded Jim that after ZB had written the statement quoted above from his book, BETWEEN TWO AGES, he was made President Jimmy Carter's National Security Adviser. And at the first State of the World Forum (September 27-October 1, 1995) chaired by former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, Brzezinski declared: "We cannot leap into world government through one quick step. A consensual global system requires a process....The precondition for eventual and genuine globalization is progressive regionalization because by that we move toward larger, more stable, more cooperative units." Then, to persuade Jim with evidence from a liberal source that there really is a power elite running the world, I quoted from George Cothran's article, "Global Chic: Gorby's Bash by the Bay," which was printed in THE WASHINGTON POST (September 4, 1995) just 3 days before the State of the World Forum began. Cothran said that "maybe challenging the powers-that-be isn't Gorbachev's main objective. Rather than disrupting the hide-bound elites that run the world, the former Soviet president seems more intent on rejoining their exclusive club."
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