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Of Concern & Love

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Richard Haas
6/30/2008 6:19  PM PT

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Questions that must be answered

Have you heard THIS song?
Mannfred Mann - Chicago Institute

The Council On Foreign Relations

"Building A North American Community"
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See also: Taipei Times Tuesday, Feb 21, 2006, Page 9
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In the age of globalization, states should give up some sovereignty to world bodies in order to protect their own interests
By Richard Haass

Dear Richard;

I've been watching you for a long time, because, you know what happens with the people who are the head of the Council on Foreign Relations, don't you? I mean, it looks to me like if you're elected to the head of the CFR, and you do well, then you get elected President, (like George and Jimmy) or at least, get to pick the next President... like Barack Obama.... Or Bill Clinton or Hillary or George Bush? Did his dad pick him, or did you all just decide to go along with him?

Let me tell you a little about what I do... Ya know, this is how my life goes these days. :}

A few minutes ago, I did a search on my computer for Castro, so I could write a little report on why American Politicians really dislike Castro... the report was the 8 hour speech Castro gave telling the entire conspiracy of the assassination of Pres. John F. Kennedy.... I'm sure I'll find it again. But instead, all the search came up with was this report on the North American Union that you "wrote", and the text of the Unabomber's "manifesto"... we won't go there for the moment.

By now, I assume you know who I am, and, that in theory, I'm not necessarily against the issues you guys look at, but at this point, I most certainly object to your methods.

I look at things like, here's an organization that supposedly incorporated in 1973, the same year as the Tri-lateral Commission, and yet, your material says you were formed in 1921. I know that's true, and a bunch of other stuff, but the fact is, this "Building A North Ameican Community" report is nothing but whitewash for the colonialization of the Americas... and yeah, I've read the protocols... therefore the world. Good Hegellian dialectic. You forgot about the part where God pulls the plug.

And I remembered that Jimmy wrote the Tri-Lateral Plan in 1958.  Why all the secrecy? What is it that you don't want America, and the world, to know? How many people ar going to go bankrupt? How many will die? How many American dreams will you and your freinds abort this time?

This colonialization thing... would you like to tell people what being a Rhodes Scholar really means to your organization, or shall I?

Let see, Rhodes, Rhodesia (and look at what a mess the rights of kings has done there), British Colonialization, the Civil War.... so you guys actually, really, stand for empirical colonialization. And you've replaced "new World Order" with the word globalization.

Not like millions of other people haven't claimed it before. But, here I am, there you are, and I'm saying no. I expect at some point someone will advise you that it's in your best interest to read this yourself.

I know that's difficult for powerful people to hear, but if you need assistance dealing with it, go talk to Jimmy... or Good Old Dad.

It's not like I don't respect people like you. But, sociopathy is catching, like a disease. And it harms people. Real people. People you are lying to when you say you are concerned for THEIR well being, security and lives. I just thought you should be forced to hear that, because it apparently has slipped your mind.

You and I will meet one day. I look forward to the discussion. Somebody needs to talk to you.


PS: Say hi to Tom Brokaw and Colin Powell for me.. and Hillary and Barack and Bill and Paul Wolfowicz and Donny Rumsfeld and Wesley Clark and the rest of the gang and Chicago Boys...

See also: The Opportunity: America's Moment to Alter History's Course, By Richard Haas

One Minute To Midnight
Kennedy, Khrushchev and Castro on the Brink of Nuclear War

By Michael Dobbs Posted - July 2, 2008

Senior Kennedy administration aides claimed incorrectly that U.S. warships had come “eyeball to eyeball” with Soviet missile-carrying ships during the Cuban missile crisis, a myth that has persisted for over four decades, according to evidence published today by the National Security Archive.

A new book by Washington Post reporter Michael Dobbs plots the positions of Soviet and American ships on October 24, 1962, when Secretary of State Dean Rusk said that “we were eyeball to eyeball, and the other fellow just blinked.” It shows that the missile-carrying ships were already headed back to the Soviet Union at this point, and were at least 500 nautical miles from the closest American warship.

One Minute to Midnight: Kennedy, Khrushchev, and Castro on the Brink of Nuclear War

This is the last of five postings looking at the new material in One Minute to Midnight: Kennedy, Khrushchev, and Castro on the Brink of Nuclear War, which draws on the National Security Archive's long-standing documentary work on the Cuban missile crisis. The book also tracks the movement of Soviet submarines armed with nuclear torpedoes during the crisis in the vicinity of the quarantine barrier.


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