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By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
June 30, 2008

[Note: Why would the power elite want Senator Barack Obama rather than Senator Clinton as the Democrat nominee for President? It may be so that Senator McCain will win. Sen. Obama has a tremendous amount of “baggage.” In 1995, there was a fundraiser for Obama held at the home of William Ayers (Chicago Police Department mug shot IR 213710 on August, 27, 1968) and his wife Bernadine Dohrn (Chicago Police Department mug shot IR 246022 on August 26, 1969). Ayers is an unrepentant domestic terrorist and Obama must have known this. One of Obama’s fellow community organizers in Chicago, Mike Kruglik, said Obama was “the undisputed master of agitation” (THE NEW REPUBLIC, March 19, 2007). Relevant to the power elite’s “managers” of Obama, one of his prominent advisors looking for his vice-presidential running mate is Richard Danzig (Rhodes Scholar and former Rockefeller Foundation Fellow, and law clerk for Rhodes Scholar and U.S. Supreme Court Justice Byron White). Danzig was also Secretary of the Navy under President Clinton – so much for Obama’s theme of “change,” about which we constantly hear. It reminds one of Jimmy Carter’s ad in 1976 which said: “In the beginning, Jimmy Carter’s campaign was a lonely one.

But through the months, more and more people recognized him as a new leader, a man who would change the way this country was run – a competent man who can make government open and efficient, but above all an understanding man who can make ours a government of the people once again. Jimmy Carter – a leader for a change.” Since we know the disastrous “change” Carter brought us, the power elite could set up Obama to lose to McCain, who pleased the power elite (PE) on June 20, 2008 while addressing the Economic Club of Toronto by signaling his support for the Security and Prosperity Partnership. He said the next president will add to the “security and prosperity of North American.” He also referred to our “security partnership,” the “integration of our economies,” and our “shared destiny.” He further indicated he would “defend NAFTA without equivocation,” and that the U.S. should “deepen its partnerships throughout the hemisphere and the world.” Because of upcoming national economic difficulties, McCain would serve only one term. Then the power elite could bring Hillary back in 2012. Regarding the future, on ABC News June 19, 2008, was reported that Basra is an Iraq “success story.” This is important because according to H.G. Wells in THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME (1933) Basra, not Baghdad or any other city in the world, is where a global conference will establish a world government.]

In Carroll Quigley’s book TRAGEDY AND HOPE (1966) about Cecil Rhodes and the PE, he expresses his support for the PE and says there really should be no significant differences between the two major political parties. Similarly, Skull & Bones (SB) member William Whitney in the late 19th century developed a plan whereby the PE would finance both major political parties and have them alternate power so the public thinks it has a choice when it really doesn’t.

The first SB member to be elected president was Republican William Howard Taft a century ago in 1908. His opponent, Democrat William Jennings Bryan was also acceptable to the globalist PE because he promised tariff reduction and favored beginning the income tax.

In 1912, SB member Taft ran again, but was defeated by Democrat Woodrow Wilson who was a PE puppet managed by its agent Colonel Edward M. House, a promoter of “socialism as dreamed of by Karl Marx.” This is because the PE was interested in establishing a Federal Reserve to get the country in debt.

Wilson was re-elected in 1916 with the theme “He kept us out of war,” although secret plans had already been made to enter World War I on the side of Britain and the Allies. This was discussed by Lord Esher (a member of Cecil Rhodes’ secret Society of the Elect) and a chief Wilson financial backer and PE member, Henry Morgenthau. Wilson’s opponent, Charles Evans Hughes, was guaranteed to lose because he failed to renounce support from German-American and Irish-American groups critical of Wilson’s pro-British policies.

In 1920, Warren Harding was elected president. Although he was a patriotic nationalist opposed to the League of Nations, he was controlled by party bosses “owned” by the PE. His opponent, James Cox, was acceptable to the PE because of his support of the Covenant of the League of Nations.

Calvin Coolidge was elected president in 1924 with the support of the PE, who approved his advocacy of a World Court, arms limitation, and international cooperation to maintain peace. His opponent, John Davis, was also acceptable to the PE because he advocated disarmament and the League of Nations.

In 1928, Herbert Hoover was elected president because he continued Coolidge’s foreign policy. His opponent, Al Smith, was also acceptable to the PE because his protégé was PE puppet Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR). Although Hoover was acceptable to the PE, he was defeated in 1932 by FDR who was greatly influenced by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). On November 21, 1933 FDR wrote PE agent Col. House that they both knew the PE “owned” the U.S.

Colonel House’s promotion of socialism fit with FDR’s policies, which were described as socialist by Al Smith in 1936. In that year, FDR won re-election over Alf Landon who proposed no alternatives to FDR’s socialist programs, thus ensuring his defeat during those hard times.

Similarly, in 1940 the PE (J. P. Morgan interests and Lord Lothian of Cecil Rhodes’ secret society) had Wendell Willkie run against FDR so that Roosevelt’s re-election would be assured. After the election, Willkie went on missions for FDR and wrote ONE WORLD (1943) advocating world government.

FDR won re-election again in 1944 after doing the PE’s bidding by making a secret deal with Stalin on December 1, 1943 to give the Soviets Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, etc. after World War II. FDR’s opponent, Thomas Dewey, was also acceptable to the PE because he, like FDR, advocated an international organization (UN) to maintain world peace.


In 1948, Harry Truman was elected president. Though most people remember Truman as an all-American fellow, he was actually a supporter of world government, carrying in his pocket Lord Tennyson’s poem “Locksley Hall” about a “Federation of the World.” This made him acceptable to the PE, as was his 1948 opponent, Thomas Dewey, mentioned already.

In 1952, Dwight Eisenhower was elected president and, like Truman, he is perceived as a strong nationalist. Actually, he was puppet of PE managers and CFR leaders John Foster Dulles and his brother Allen Dulles. “Ike” was chosen by the PE because he was a globalist, advocating a “global flag” according to the July 24, 1951 CHICAGO TRIBUNE. His opponent, CFR member Adlai Stevenson, was also a globalist who wanted to continue FDR’s New Deal programs, thus making him acceptable to the PE.

Eisenhower was re-elected in 1956, later supporting a federal Atlantic Union and an international school “purged of national bias.” His opponent was again Adlai Stevenson.

In 1960, John Kennedy became president and was acceptable to the PE because he was a globalist, advocating complete disarmament, deferring to a new UN peace force. His opponent, Richard Nixon, was also a globalist and CFR member who supported a federal Atlantic Union as desired by the PE. In 1947, Congressman Nixon had introduced a resolution to allow the UN to enact, interpret and enforce world law. In 1964, Lyndon Johnson won the presidency, expanding the PE’s no-win Vietnam War that diminished patriotic values among American young adults. His opponent was Barry Goldwater, who was a rarity, not acceptable to the PE, which conducted a major media campaign scaring the public that Goldwater would start a nuclear war if elected.

In 1968, Nixon became president after writing in the CFR’s FOREIGN AFFAIRS of nations’ disposition “to evolve regional approaches to development needs and to the evolution of a new world order,” a key element of Cecil Rhodes’ secret society’s plan “to take the government of the whole world.” Nixon further endeared himself to the PE by telling Rhodes Scholar reporter Howard Smith that he (Nixon) was a Keynesian (socialist) in economics. Nixon’s opponent, Hubert Humphrey, was acceptable to the PE because he had supported FDR and LBJ’s policies regarding the Vietnam War.

Republican Nixon won re-election in 1972 against George McGovern, whom the PE set up to lose overwhelmingly because of his extreme anti-war views. This was necessary at this time because the PE wanted Nixon to open the door to Communist China via PE agent and CFR member Henry Kissinger. In 1976, it was time for the PE’s “alternation of power” mentioned at the first of this article. Democrat Jimmy Carter became president, winning over Republican Gerald Ford who had simply filled out Nixon’s second term and wasn’t very knowledgeable, though he was a CFR member and also acceptable to the PE. The PE had groomed Carter as a globalist, having Trilateral Commission (TC) director and CFR member Zbigniew Brzezenski become his National Security Advisor and many CFR members part of his administration.

Ronald Reagan defeated Carter in 1980 and is perceived as a nationalist. However, the PE “persuaded” him to have globalist and SB member George H.W. Bush (who sponsored a federal Atlantic Union in Congress in 1969) as his vice-president. The PE also knew Reagan had been a member of the World Federalist Association, and during a May 28-30, 1983, G-7 Economic Summit, Reagan pleased the PE by claiming “only a world currency will work.” This assured his re-election the next year (1984) against Walter Mondale, who was also acceptable to the PE because he was a CFR and TC member.

In 1988, globalist George H.W. Bush became president and proclaimed the need for a “new world order.” Once again, the PE provided a soft opponent in Michael Dukakis, whom the PE had surrounded with CFR advisors (seven of his eight foreign policy advisors).

In 1992, it was once again time for the PE’s “alternation of power,” as Republican Bush lost to Democrat Bill Clinton, who was mentored at Georgetown University by Prof. Carroll Quigley mentioned earlier. Clinton was a Rhodes Scholar who supported world government. The PE wanted NAFTA, GATT and the World Trade Organization, and Clinton unlike Bush could persuade enough Democrats to vote for them.

Bill Clinton won re-election in 1996 over Bob Dole who was endorsed by Rhodes Scholar and CFR member James Woolsey, former Clinton CIA director. Dole was also acceptable to the PE as he was greatly beholden to globalists such as Dwayne Andreas, head of Archer-Daniels-Midland, which was founded by SB member Thomas Daniels.

Alternating power once again, SB member and globalist George W. Bush became president in 2000, defeating Vice-President Al Gore. Gore’s father was vice-president of Occidental Petroleum under Armand Hammer, who was close to all Soviet dictators. Vice-President Gore was also acceptable to the PE, and on October 12, 1998 announced his globalist “Declaration of Interdependence.”

In 2004, the PE saw to it that Bush’s re-election was assured as his opponent, fellow globalist and SB member John Kerry (CFR member), ran a lack-luster campaign.

Regarding the 2008 presidential election, I have in recent articles already explained how Senators John McCain and Barack Obama are both acceptable to the PE and are surrounded by CFR advisors. The point is that in election after election, the people think they have a choice but they really don’t.

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In 1912, Woodrow Wilson said: “…We have come to be… one of the most completely controlled and dominated governments in the civilized world – no longer a government of conviction and the vote of the majority, but a government by the opinion and duress of small groups of dominant men….” The PE have been in control ever since and are currently manipulating events to bring about a world currency. In the June 6, 2008 ASIA TIMES, Hossain Askari and Nourredine Krichene wrote “Time Overdue for a World Currency,” in which they stated: “The world economy is suffering from high inflation stemming from overly expansionary policy in the United States.” Their proposed solution – a world currency! Just what the P.E. wants.

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Dennis Laurence Cuddy, historian and political analyst, received a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (major in American History, minor in political science). Dr. Cuddy has taught at the university level, has been a political and economic risk analyst for an international consulting firm, and has been a Senior Associate with the U.S. Department of Education.

Cuddy has also testified before members of Congress on behalf of the U.S. Department of Justice. Dr. Cuddy has authored or edited twenty books and booklets, and has written hundreds of articles appearing in newspapers around the nation, including The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and USA Today. He has been a guest on numerous radio talk shows in various parts of the country, such as ABC Radio in New York City, and he has also been a guest on the national television programs USA Today and CBS's Nightwatch.

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Regarding the 2008 presidential election, I have in recent articles already explained how Senators John McCain and Barack Obama are both acceptable to the PE and are surrounded by CFR advisors.