Obama's National Security Team is Crawling With NWO Globalists!

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Thu, 07/03/2008 - 8:47pm.

As the Real News Network enumerates, Obama's recently-announced Senior Working Group on National Security is little more than a consortium of top globalists, secret society members, former Clinton & Bush officials and war-engineers at large.

It was revealed yesterday that Obama may retain Defense Secretary Robert Gates if he gains the presidency. Gates co-wrote the CFR report "˜Iran: Time for a New Approach' with Zbigniew Brzezinski, already an Obama adviser. Gates also attended the most recent Bilderberg meeting just outside Washington D.C.

The report also names a number of former Clinton officials- including two former Secretaries of State, two Secretaries of Defense and two members of the 9/11 Commission- who are members of the "˜continuing government' bureaucracy at large. Those who brought you Bosnia would likely bring you Iran.

Former US national security adviser Anthony Lake today called Iran's potential to hold a nuclear-arm "˜the most dangerous crisis' and indicated that Obama would go along with harsh Iran sanctions.

Lake also tamed hopes that Obama would bring home troops, citing the need for "a residual presence" in Iraq as he told the Financial Times the Vietnam withdrawal was "˜traumatic.'

Another member of Obama's National Security Group has long advocated re-routing a "˜unilateral pre-emptive war' into a coalition-supported "˜preventive war.' Former Deputy National Security Advisor James Steinberg wrote in a white-paper titled "˜Preventive War, A Useful Tool,' that "Unilateralism is not the only alternative… regional organizations and a new coalition of democratic states offer ways to legitimize the use of force when the council fails to meet its responsibilities."

Steinberg doesn't see Bush's unilateral war with Iraq as a mistake; it's just one example of what may come: "One problem with the Bush doctrine, then, is not that it is overly reliant on preventive force but that it too narrowly conceives of its use."

James Steinberg, currently a Dean at the University of Texas and has been involved in the CFR, the Trilateral Commission, Brookings Institute, RAND Corp. and the Bilderberg group.

Two former Clinton Secretaries of State, Warren Christopher and Madeline Albright, who was spotted at the 2008 Bilderberg meeting, would apparently also advise Obama. Albright has received criticism and since apologized for commenting in 1996 that "the price" of half a million dead Iraqi children as a result of Iraq sanctions "is worth it."

Others on Obama's Senior Working Group on National Security include:

- William Perry, former Secretary of Defense in Clinton's second term.  *coercive diplomacy*

- 9/11 Commission co-chairman Lee Hamilton; also a member of the equally ineffective Iraq Study Group.

- Senator David Boren, former Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

- Secretary of the Navy Richard Danzig

- Representative Tim Roemer, 9/11 Commissioner

- Greg Craig, former director of the State Department Office of Policy Planning

- Dr. Tony Lake, former National Security Advisor

- Eric Holder, former Deputy Attorney General, who served in the Reagan and Clinton administrations.

- Former Senator Sam Nunn, who previously headed the Senate Armed Services Committee and who chaired the The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), a public charity founded in 2001, alongside Ted Turner. It deals with the spread of nuclear, biological and chemical weapons.

- Susan Rice, former Assistant Secretary of State and member of the CFR and Brookings Institute.

While this group at large has promoted the idea of diplomacy with Iran, we have already seen Obama's duplicity with foreign policy, as well as his willingness to cooperate with the foreign policy agenda of Israel- making him, likely, little different (in effect) from any other candidate.

As the Real News Network puts it, is this change we can believe in? Obviously not.

VIDEO - Obama team: Is This Change We Can Believe In?

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Thu, 07/03/2008 - 8:47pm.


bill greene (not verified) | Thu, 07/03/2008 - 10:53pm

It appears that more and more of the best and brightest--the American intelligentsias--are seeking to elevate their overseer positions from a national level to a supreme international Tsardom. This is a natural result of their inability to completely muzzle the American electorate--those pesky democratic elections don't always go their way. But the NGO's, especially at the international level, offer them a way to gain positions of power without a popular vote, or oversight, or any check whatsoever from the common people they so loath. At Michelle Obama's alma mater, Professor Anne-Marie Slaughter espouses "A New World Order" -- the title of her recent book. In that exercise in academic theory, she instructs us what this NWO is all about: She believes that such entities as the World Bank and G-8 "frequently make good things happen." She argues that such organizations can help nations to "participate in global regulatory processes," and "promote convergence, compliance with international agreements, and improved cooperation among nations on a wide range of regulatory and judicial issues." The words "regulatory" and "compliance" appear way too often in Ms. Slaughter's prescription to be accidental. Tellingly, she never mentions the need to empower the individual and, in fact, to liberate him from the regulatory excess that has been keeping so many of the world's poor permanently locked in poverty. Moreover, she ignores the half-century of failure by the World Bank, the UN, and the IMF to help under-developed nations actually advance the well-being of their citizenry. Thus, these proposals suffer from the Platonic sin of expecting solutions from the top to be passed down to those at the bottom. My analysis of history ("The Radzewicz Rule" -- you can google it) reveals that all constructive progress bubbled, not down from the top, but up from the bottom--from the combined efforts of many common people--and that the intellectual theorists at the top have been the ones who brought on the decline of their nations: These over-educated elites, unwilling to work in the real world workplace, rely on abstract theory to create positions of influence for themselves. Then, compounding the harm they do, their intellectual arrogance is such that they cannot see the ineffectiveness of their policies, or the disasters they create. As for their dreams about a New World Order, it would be wiser to insist first on radical revision or even abolition of the international agancies that are now either ineffectual or outright harmful because of their bloated bureaucracies, toleration of corruption, and eagerness to impose harmful policies on the nations they pretend to help.