Why no peace yet ...Well they are not ready ...They? yea tptb ...lets look at it .."There are three interlocking elements that are key to any
society: Politics, economics and religion. The three are interdependent and cannot be “unhinged” into separate components.
Every facet of human interaction is wrapped up in these three elements, meaning that there are no more than three elements."
"When one talks about a “New World Religion”, a similar analytical approach is necessary. While those in the global religious
movement are quick to discuss global political governance issues, those in the global economic and/or global political world more often
side-step religious questions as being “private issues”, and simply deny any goals of bringing about a unified, global religion of any
"As we examine this subject, one cannot help but note how the American court system is fanatically removing every semblance of
Judeo-Christian symbolism from public places using the argument of “Separation of Church and State.” In spite of the fact that
America’s heritage is deeply rooted in simple concepts like the Ten Commandments, these are now persona non grata. To the global elite
however, there apparently is no “separation of church and state”… as long as it is their religion and their state: Neither of
these welcome traditional evangelical Christianity"
Trilateral Observer Vol. 3, Issue 9, September, 1980
HUMANISM: THE GLOBAL IDEOLOGY
The term “Humanism” is often erroneously thought of as humane-ism. Humanism is a secular, non-theistic (atheistic) religion that believes
man is capable of self-fulfillment, ethical conduct and salvation without supernatural intervention."
"Roots of modern-day Humanism go back to at least fifth century B.C. to the Greek philosopher Protagoras who said, “Man is the measure of
all things.“1 During the period of the Enlightenment, philosophers such as Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712 – 1778), Immanuel Kant
(1724 – 1804), Georg Hegel (1770 – 1831) and slightly later Karl Marx (1818 – 1883), developed humanistic doctrines that have
worked their way into the 20th century in the form of Humanism, Marxism, Socialism, Communism, Collectivism and Rationalism"
"Hegel coined the idea, “Freedom is not something merely opposed to constraint; on the contrary, it presupposes and requires
restraint.“4 Like Rousseau, he contended that the individual could be “free” even when he is being coerced into it, and even though he would
not like being forced, he must follow the “public will.”
Karl Marx hated Christianity, Judaism and religion in general. He stated: “Criticism of religion is the foundation of all
criticism.“5 Even in his own lifetime Marx was known as a militant atheist. All of his writings were directed toward destroying the
middle “bourgeois” class by means of the working class, which was to result in a classless society"
"The problems of economic growth and development can no longer be resolved by one nation alone; they are worldwide in scope.”
‘Technology is the vital key to human progress and development. ”
“We urge that parochial loyalties and inflexible moral and religious ideologies be transcended. Destructive ideological
differences among communism, capitalism, socialism, conservatism, liberalism, and radicalism should be overcome.”
‘[Humanism]… transcends the narrow allegiances of church, state, party, class or race in moving toward a wider vision of human potentiality.
What more daring a goal for humankind than for each person to become, in ideal as well as practice, a citizen of a world community "
"Corliss Lamont is one of the most prolific writers on Humanism, and is literally “Mr. Humanism” in regard to awards, mentions, etc. in
humanistic circles. Lamont authored The Philosophy of Humanism (1977) and noted “A truly Humanist civilization must be a world
civilization.“10 He further wrote:
“Humanism is not only a philosophy with a world ideal, but is an ideal philosophy for the world… surmounting all national and
sectional provincialisms, provides a concrete opportunity for overcoming the age-long cleavage between East and West. It is the
philosophic counterpart of world patriotismâ€11
“The principle around which the United Nations and the International Court of Justice are organized is that the scope of national
sovereignty must be curtailed and that nations must be willing to accept, as against what they conceived to be their own self-interest, the
democratically arrived at decisions of the world community." "
rejection of traditional Christianity and religion
the necessity for subordination of the individual to state and the community
catchwords of both Humanism and Marxism are “democracy, peace and high standard of living”
individual rights and beliefs are non-existent
collectivism is supreme.
CORLISS LAMONT AND THE MORGAN FINANCIAL GROUP
Corliss Lamont (previously quoted as a prime source of humanist philosophy) is the son of Thomas W. Lamont.
Let’s to back to the First World War.
Thomas W. Lamont (1870 – 1948) was one of the original organizers of the Round Table group cited by Quigley in Tragedy and Hope.13
Lamont’s autobiography is appropriately entitled Across World Frontiers. He was not only a senior partner in J.P. Morgan & Co., but
was also a director of Guaranty Trust Company, International Harvester Co. (with its Trilateral directors today) and the law firm of
Lamont Corliss & Co. Thomas Lamont was a key figure in the Morgan financial group. (For further information and extensive
documentation on the links between J.P. Morgan and the development of the early Soviet Union, see Wall Street and the Bolshevik
Revolution by Antony Sutton.) "
THE ASPEN INSTITUTE FOR HUMANISTIC STUDIES
Humanism today is being “taught” throughout the business world by the Aspen Institute, particularly to the multinational
corporation community. The major financiers of Aspen also are the major financiers of Trilateralism, and no less than seven members
of the Trilateral Commission also serve at the Aspen Institute.
In short, it seems the private financing for the Aspen Institute comes from the international banks in New York City, and more
specifically, from foundations controlled by Rockefeller and Morgan interests.
Donors support activities which reflect their objectives!
FUNDING OF ASPEN INSTITUTE FOR
HUMANISTIC STUDIES — 1979 COLORADO
In Brzezinski’s book, Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era, he wrote in reference to a proposed constitutional
convention, “The needed change is more likely to develop incrementally and less overtly… in keeping with the American tradition of
blurring distinctions between public and private institutions.“14 A prime Trilateral objective is to blur the distinction
between “private” and “public” operations so as to divert public funds into private projects set up by Trilaterals to achieve
According to an Aspen publication:
“The idea behind the Aspen Institute has three essential ingredients: to gather thoughtful men and women around the table, not across the
table; to explore the power of ideas in great literature stretching from ancient to contemporary time, and to translate ideas into
policies and actions that meet the challenge of our age.
“In view of the rapidly increasing worldwide activities of the Institute, its international Board of Trustees and key staff act on the
Institute’s long-standing principle to maintain absolute control over the selection of individual participants and their mix in all
its meetings, the locations at which its meetings are held, as well as the subjects to be discussed. “16
At these meetings, a hotchpotch of corporate executives, military people, intellectuals and media personages “mingle” and
become “educated,” typically for a period of two weeks at a time. This subtle form of brainwashing on global affairs is coupled with the
breaking down of hard line principled positions through peer pressure. As Wilbur Mills once said, “To get along you have to go along.”
According to the Institute’s A Brief Overview:
â€œ…the Institute is undertaking a sustained examination of crucial issues of Governance: how societies and their
governments and institutions, public and private, national and international, can better respond to the often conflicting pressures
for social justice, fairness, efficiency and individual freedom. Under this broad theme of Governance, the Institute focuses on such
subjects as Financing the Future; Human Rights; The Corporation and Society; Energy; A Challenge to Governance; Tradition and
Modernization; The First 20 Years of Life; Ethics; Religion and Governance; Work, Industrial Policy and Society; and Structures for
The current directors of the Aspen Institute continue to be drawn from the same upper echelon of global elitists.:
William N. JoyFounder & chief scientist of Sun Microsystems, designer of the Berkeley version of UNIX that became the backbone of the
Walter IsaacsonPresident & CEO of Aspen Institute; formerly chairman & CEO of CNN and managing editor of Time Magazine. Author of
Kissinger: A Biography
Yotaro KobayashiChairman, Aspen Institute Japan; chairman of Fuji Xerox, director of Xerox Corporation; Pacific Asia chairman of the
Trilateral Commission; advisory council member of J.P. Morgan’s International Council
Madeleine K. AlbrightFormer Secretary of State under Bill Clinton; director of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Gerald M. LevinFormer chairman and CEO of Time Warner, Inc.
John P. McNultySenior director of Goldman Sachs & Co.
Philip MerrilPresident and chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the United States
Elaine PagelsHarrington Pear Paine Professor (of religion) at Princeton University
Frederic B. WhittemorePartner, managing director of Morgan Stanley and Company; member of the Council on Foreign Relations
Mortimer B. ZuckermanChairman and Editor-in-chief of U.S. News & World Report; member of J.P. Morgan National Advisory Board; member of the
Council on Foreign Relations
Aspen also maintains a Council of Honorary Trustees that consists of former board members or prominent individuals who have been elected
to the Council by a majority of the board membership. Trilateral Commission members on the council include: John Brademas, William T.
Coleman, Jr., Umberto Colombo, Robert S. Ingersol,Henry Kissinger, Paul Volker and Robert McNamara.
HAS ASPEN CHANGED ITS MISSION?
According to the 2005 “Letter From the President” on Aspen’s web site, Walter Isaacson writes:
The original goal of the Aspen Institute, in the words of one of its earliest mission statements, was â€œfor American business
leaders to lift their sights above the possessions which possess them, to confront their own nature as human beings, to regain control over
their own humanity by becoming more self-aware, more self-correcting and hence more self-fulfilling.â€
…But our core mission remains the same. We seek to foster enlightened leadership and open-minded dialogue. Through seminars, policy
programs, conferences and leadership development initiatives, the Institute and its international partners seek to promote
nonpartisan inquiry and an appreciation for timeless values. [Emphasis added]
We help people become more enlightened in their work and enriched in their lives. Together we can learn one of the keys to being successful in
business, leadership and life: balancing conflicting values in order to find common ground with our fellow citizens while remaining true
to basic ideals.20
Religious buzzwords seen above include self-aware, self-correcting, self-fulfilling, enlightened leadership, open-minded dialogue,
timeless values, balancing conflicting values, etc. Some readers may equate these terms to New Age Enlightenment, and that would be
correct. Humanists, by definition, do not limit themselves to one “tradition”. In fact, as successful as Aspen Institute has
been in achieving its goals, even it recognizes that the world is not going to be converted to Secular Humanism
UNITED RELIGIONS INITIATIVE AND THE QUEST FOR WORLD RELIGION
URI was founded in 1993 by William Swing, Bishop of the Episcopal Church Diocese of California, as an Interfaith organization that
seeks to bind religions of the world into one common organization. The concept of interfaith organizations is nothing new, but few
have made much headway in this conflict-ridden world. By contrast, URI has grown at a spectacular rate, up to 100% per year. In his newly
released book, False Dawn, Lee Penn writes
“In 2002, New Age author Neale Donald Walsch said that the URI is ‘more global in scope, and more universal in reach’ than other interfaith
organizations, adding that ‘I am not sure that any other interfaith organization casts that wide a net.’”
We unite in responsible cooperative action to bring the wisdom and values of our religions, spiritual expressions and indigenous
traditions to bear on the economic, environmental, political and social challenges facing our Earth community.
THE EARTH CHARTER INITIATIVE
The Earth Charter was created in 1994 by Maurice Strong and Mikhail Gorbachev. Some view Earth Charter as being a prototype
constitution for the New World Order. Although closely associated with the United Nations, Earth Charter indoctrination is meant to
take place through education and religion, which is one reason that it is strongly supported by URI.
The principal spokesman for Earth Charter, and its U.S. Chairman and Commissioner, is little known Steven C. Rockefeller, son of the late
Nelson A. Rockefeller.
Steven Rockefeller is the religious link to the New World Order being promoted by organizations like the Trilateral Commission.
This Rockefeller received his Master of Divinity from the very liberal Union Theological Seminary in New York City, and his Ph.D. in
the philosophy of religion from Columbia University, also very liberal. He is Professor emeritus of Religion at Middlebury
College in Vermont, and also served as Dean of the College. Most importantly to this discussion, he was Chairman of the Earth Charter
International Drafting Committee.
Steven Rockefeller is also chairman of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (RBF). David Rockefeller, his uncle, is also a director of RBF.
The global elite have a religious agenda.
It is funded by the same people & organizations who fund global political and economic policies.
It is specific in its beliefs and methodologies of envelopment.
It is unquestionably set against Biblical Christianity and Bible-believing Christians because the Bible makes specific claim to
exclusivity regarding entrance into Heaven, for instance, John 14:6 states, “I am the way, the truth, and the light: no man comes to the Father
except through Me.”
So it is not hard to see why there is no peace in the middle
east and when it comes it will only last a short time .Then destruction comes