The Marshall Plan was presented as an assistance program to help Europeans to rebuild their country following World War II but the mission was actually to collectivize Europe.  The mission was completed when the Treaty on European Union (Maastrict Treaty) was signed in 1992. 

The 1960 and 1990 Pivot Points to Globalization

In 1960, President John F. Kennedy signed a convention to reorient the economic development mission of the Cold War organization of the Marshall Plan (OEEC) to make it a global economic development and societal planning organization (OECD). 

Un-American Activities In 1954 Norman Dodd testified to Congress that the tax-exempt foundations were engaged in un-American activities the purpose of which was ultimately to merge the governments of the US and USSR.



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