If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle ~ Sun Tzu
On 26 November 1976, Willy Brandt is elected president of the Socialist International (SI). In his inaugural address, he announces three offensives of the SI for peace and disarmament, for new North-South relations and for human rights. Moreover, Brandt wants to liberate the International from its “eurocentrism” and make it open to partners from the “Third World.”
Willy Brandt aka Herbert Ernst Karl Frahm was born in Lubeck, Germany in 1913. He joined radical youth movements from age 16 and by the time he was 18, he helped to form the Socialist Workers Party, a Marxist left organization. In 1933, he was forced to flee Nazi Germany arriving in Norway and taking a new name (Willy Brandt) in the process. It had been arranged for one of Brandt’s comrades to go to Oslo to set up a base of operations. He was unable to go so Willy Brandt was told to take his place. Upon his arrival in Oslo, he checked in at the press office of the Norwegian Workers’ Party (DNA) and within a few days, he wrote his first article “How do things look in Germany?”. The DNA Chairman found him a place to live and arranged for financial support from the justice funds of the trade unions. (Brandt Biography: Arrival in Oslo, April 7, 1933) He continued working there contributing articles to newspapers, writing brochures, delivering lectures, supporting the resistance efforts in Germany in conjunction with his involvement with the Norwegian workers’ movement.
In 1946, Brandt returned to Germany reclaiming his citizenship but retaining the pseudonym. From 1957-1958, Brandt was President of the Bundesrat in Bonn and from 1957-1966. Brandt was serving as governing Mayor of West Berlin when the Berlin Wall was built. In 1969, Brandt was elected to be the Federal Chancellor of Germany and served in that position while negotiations for the Helsinki Final Act were in progress. Brandt was forced to resign as Chancellor of West Germany in 1974 when it was discovered that he had an East Germany spy on his staff. [Note: George Shultz also left government service in 1974 to become President and Director of the Bechtel Group.]
In 1957 Brandt was presented the International Rescue Committee (IRC) Freedom Award bestowed on the ‘ability of an individual to shape history and change for the better a world moving toward freedom for all’. Source: Memoriam, Socialist International
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International Rescue Committee
Prior research on the International Rescue Committee in connection with refugee resettlement in Idaho in 2014:
It was found that a Public Health District contractor called Mountain States Group (soon thereafter renamed to be the Jannus Group) was the lead group in refugee resettlement in Idaho. Full archive on Refugee Resettle.
The Idaho III% put on protest marches against refugee resettlement in Idaho. After the March in Boise, the Southern Poverty Law Center wrote an article excoriating the patriots of Idaho for the protest. One photograph was taken by Keith Couch that identified the orientation of the opposition group.
His name is Alex Neiwirth and he was employed as a Special Education teacher by the Nampa School District. Prior to that position, Alex was a Field Representative at the National Association of Government Employees (NAGE). Who is NAGE? It’s one and the same with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) headquartered in Quincy, MA.
“You will sometimes hear NAGE referred to as SEIU Local 5000. NAGE affiliated with SEIU in 1982 to become part of the largest and fastest-growing union in North America, with more than 2 million members.”
The SEIU actively supports illegal immigration (cheap labor – service jobs) because it expands their membership – it’s a win-win for union employers and the SEIU because the dues are the same regardless of citizenship and paycheck amount.
In June of 1951, the newly reconstituted Socialist International held their first post-war Congress in Frankfurt, Germany. The output of the Congress was the Frankfurt Declaration of the Socialist International. Among the attendees were representatives from the Socialist Party of the USA, the Austrian Socialist Party, the Canadian CCF, the Socialist Democratic Party of Germany, the Labour Party of Britain, the International Jewish Bund and the International Union of Socialist Youth.
The drop-down below has excerpts from the Frankfurt Declaration:
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- From the nineteenth century onwards, capitalism has developed immense productive forces. It has done so at the cost of excluding the great majority of citizens from influence over production . . . capitalism . . . produced social insecurity and glaring contrasts between rich and poor. It resorted to imperialist expansion and colonial exploitation, thus making conflicts between nations and races more bitter. In some countries powerful capitalist groups helped the barbarism of the past to raise its head again in the form of Fascism and Nazism.
Socialism was born in Europe as a movement of protest against the diseases inherent in capitalist society. Because the wage-earners suffered most from capitalism, Socialism first developed as a movement of the wage-earners. Since then more and more citizens — professional and clerical workers, farmers and fishermen, craftsmen and retailers, artists and scientists — are coming to understand that Socialism appeals to all men who believe that the exploitation of man by man must be abolished.
Socialism aims to liberate the peoples from dependence on a minority which owns or controls the means of production. It aims to put economic power in the hands of the people as a whole, and to create a community in which free men work together as equals.
In many countries uncontrolled capitalism is giving place to an economy in which state intervention and collective ownership limit the scope of private capitalists. More people are coming to recognise the need for planning. Social security, free trade unionism and industrial democracy are winning ground. This development is largely a result of long years of struggle by Socialists and trade unionists. Wherever Socialism is strong, important steps have been taken towards the creation of a new social order.
7. Meanwhile, as Socialism advances throughout the world, new forces have arisen to threaten the movement towards freedom and social justice. Since the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, Communism has split the International Labour Movement and has set back the realisation of Socialism in many countries for decades.
8. Communism falsely claims a share in the Socialist tradition. In fact it has distorted that tradition beyond recognition. It has built up a rigid theology which is incompatible with the critical spirit of Marxism.
10. International Communism is the instrument of a new imperialism. Wherever it has achieved power it has destroyed freedom or the chance of gaining freedom. It is based on a militarist bureaucracy and a terrorist police.
John C. Whitehead
Whitehead started his career at Goldman Sachs ~1946. He retired as Chairman in 1984. Whitehead joined the IRC Board of Directors in the 1950s. He became Chairman of the IRC in 1989 to 2000. Whitehead served as United States Deputy Secretary of State in Ronald Reagan’s administration from 1985 to 1989 under George Shultz. Whitehead was awarded the IRC Freedom Award in 2012 (look at the names on the list and one in particular: Antonio Guterres and then read this: Refugee Resettlement: The Dirty Little Secret.) In 1999, Goldman Sachs established the Goldman Sachs Foundation with Whitehead as the Chairman. In 1999, Whitehead founded the New America Foundation. Original Board of Directors. Strategic Initiatives of the New America Foundation. Funders in 2018.
Secretary of Labor 1969-1970
Office of Management and Budget 1970-1972
Secretary of Treasury 1972-1974
Secretary of State 1982-1989
From George Shultz’s biography on the Hoover Institute’s website, Stanford University:
He became secretary of the Treasury in May 1972, serving until May 1974. During that period he also served as chairman of the Council on Economic Policy. As chairman of the East-West Trade Policy Committee, Shultz traveled to Moscow in 1973 and negotiated a series of trade protocols with the Soviet Union. He also represented the United States at the Tokyo meeting of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
According to Shultz’s obituary in The Guardian:
“Under Nixon he served from 1969 as secretary of labor, director of the office of management and budget (1970-72), and Treasury secretary, in the latter post helping set up what became the Group of Seven, or G7, and its annual meetings of heads of government.”
The Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1970 transferred “all the functions vested in law of the Bureau of the Budget or the Director of the Bureau of the Budget” to the President of the United States effective July 1, 1970. George Shultz became the first Director of the newly established Office of Management and Budget effective July 1, 1970. [Note: look at the background of Roger Porter.] Shultz recruited John C. Whitehead, Investment Banker, (1985) to be his Deputy Secretary of State.
G7 Economic Summits
The Margaret Thatcher Foundation website has a declassified history of the origins of the G7 Economic Summits.
The first economic summit meeting of the G7 was held November 15-17, 1975 in Rambouillet, France. Attendees representing the United States:
• Gerald Ford, President
• Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State
• William E. Simon, Secretary of the Treasury
• George P. Shultz, Personal Representative (Sherpa)
Helsinki Final Act
The Helsinki Final Act was signed on August 1, 1975 by President Gerald Ford.
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Post war Germany was divided into four sectors with each of the four being managed by one of the allies. Berlin which was the capital city of Germany at the end of the war was in the Russian sector of Germany but it was also divided into four sectors with each sector being controlled by one of the allies.
Obviously, that was a ridiculous division which was what led to the Cold War and ultimately in the early 1970s, to negotiations for resolution of the divisions. Willy Brandt was Mayor of West Berlin from 1957 until 1966 so he was Mayor when the Berlin Wall dividing East and West Berlin wall was built. In 1969, Brandt became the Federal Chancellor of West Germany. Negotiations for the final resolution began in the early 70’s leading to the signing of the Helsinki Final Act in 1975.
• Security Dimension
• Economic Dimension
• Human Dimension
The Helsinki Final Act established the Conference on Security and Co-Operation in Europe (CSCE). The Following is from the HISTORY page.
[Helsinki Final Act ] contained a number of key commitments on polito-military, economic and environmental and human rights issues that became central to the so-called ‘Helsinki process’. It also established ten fundamental principles (the ‘Decalogue’) governing the behaviour of States towards their citizens, as well as towards each other.
United States Code, Title 22–Foreign Relations and Intercourse, Chapter 45, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe.
(the intercourse refers to how the American people were and are being screwed by these embedded communist/socialists in our government).
Ronald Reagan and NED
Reagan appointed George P. Shultz to be the Secretary of State, July 1982.
After giving a speech to the British Parliament in 1982, Reagan called for the establishment of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) to engage in a Battle of Systems and Ideas with the eastern bloc countries especially the Soviet Union. NED, as an independent agency of government provides funding and direction to four institutes to “foster the infrastructure of democracy, the system of a free press, unions, political parties, universities, which allows a people to choose their own way to develop their own culture to reconcile differences through peaceful means . . . ”
In the early 1970s, the Socialist Party of the USA was split into a left wing and a right wing. Carl Gershman became head of the right wing faction using the name Social Democrats – USA and Michael Harrington became head of the Democratic Socialists of America, the left wing faction. Carl Gershman was appointed to be the President of NED and he remains in that position to this very day.
NED’s Four Institutes
The following is a video expose of NED but notice when he says at the beginning that the intent is to bring down socialist governments. The problem with that is that NED itself was and is a socialist organization established and funded by the U.S. government. They don’t want to bring down socialist governments. They just want to install their own socialist global puppets. In the video below, notice Andrew Card. Card’s background in transportation becomes significant when considering the development of the global transportation system.
[NOTE: Market Economy means unregulated global corporate capitalism. It means that a country has surrendered sovereignty over it’s economy to the global system of “rules based” trade (presented as trade agreements). It means no borders for the multinational corporations. It means corporate fascism as the government is depleted of tax revenues except from small businesses and individuals. The idea was that corporations would distribute jobs (international division of labor) reducing or eliminating poverty with the payback being a bigger marketplace for their goods. It was obviously delusional and/or deceptive on the part of people who supported it. The idea that for-profit corporations will somehow develop a heart for poor people is stupid beyond all comprehension.]
NED stirs up revolution for “human rights” targeting minority populations feeding them “victimhood”. They bring the “free press” with them to cover the tyranny against the minorities. The resolution is revolution – “security” for the minorities and oppression of the majority. Then there is the movement for job creation and economic development. There is a brief honeymoon period with a lot of economic activity building with the integrated systems of automation for the global system of corporate fascism, collectivization of people and the tyranny of global governance. Bing Bang Boom From human society to barbarism to the post-human technocratic control grid and loss of freedom forever.
NED – “How We Work”: Notice the last item in the list. “Building a Worldwide Movement for Democracy“. Isn’t that exactly what the Socialist International does? Doesn’t that meet the objectives of Willy Brandt?
BUILDING A WORLDWIDE MOVEMENT FOR DEMOCRACY
In 1998 NED launched an ambitious new initiative ” The World Movement for Democracy, a dynamic network of democrats, both individuals and organizations, who aspire to work in a coordinated way to address proactively the toughest challenges to the advancement of democracy and human rights in the world today (see page 9). The global initiative complements the interrelated aspects of the Endowment’s work: grant support, international cooperation, and democracy research. The World Movement helps to fulfill one of the objectives of NED’s most recent strategic plan, namely “to create a community of democrats, drawn from the most developed democracies and the most repressive autocracies as well as everything in between, and united by the belief that the common interest is served by the gradual expansion of systems based on freedom, self-government, and the rule of law.”
Community of Democracies
In the year 2000, Madeleine Albright and Polish Foreign Minister Bronisław Geremek formed an intergovernmental coalition “to support adherence to common democratic values and standards outlined in the Warsaw Declaration. The name of coalition’s organization is Community of Democracies.
Stopping to ponder this for a second, when we think of American foreign policy over the last 45 years, the big names that come to the top of the list are all Eastern Europeans beginning with Jacob Javits, Heinz Kissinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Madeleine Albright, George Soros, and General John Shalikashvili. And as I think of the part that each of them has played in that foreign policy and how the United States has deteriorated over the course of my lifetime and how since the 1990s, the government turned its back on Americans – using our blood and treasure to try and export the ideals of America to other countries while stomping on our faces, I’m stunned by the hypocrisy and angered by the capture of our country by the enemies from within – without a shot being fired.
If nothing I’ve written so far has convinced you that America is no longer America because American leadership was not American, then perhaps you’ll believe Italian Prime Minister Massimo D’Alema at a Third Way event in 1999.
George Shultz, Bohemian
“The future was the focus at the poolside cocktail summit starring statesman Henry Kissinger and former Manhattan mayor Mike Bloomberg on July 19 at the Stanford home of Protocol Chief Charlotte Shultz and her husband, former Secretary of State George Shultz.
Kissinger visits most summers for the annual encampment at the Bohemian Grove, an excloo male bastion of global power players that recently welcomed Bloomberg among its ranks. And since the days of President Herbert Hoover, Shultz now holds the club record for the most lakeside camp talks ever delivered to gathered Bohemians.”
Related Reading on George Shultz:
Co-Chairman of the Democratic Socialists of America
Notice that Harrington talks about the international division of labor. That implies central planning of economic policy at the global level because division of labor at that level could occur no other way. He also talks about defeating Reagan except that Reagan appointed William Brock to be the U.S. Trade Representative and Brock was negotiating to kick-off the Uruguay Round of Trade. It was kicked off in 1986 and was completed in December of 1994 establishing the World Trade Organization. Reagan also called for and accomplished the establishment of the National Endowment for Democracy.
2021 – Democrat Mayor Quits as DSA takes over
On March 6, a coalition of progressive candidates backed by the local chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America took over the leadership of the Nevada Democratic Party, sweeping all five party leadership positions in a contested election that evening.