PEARL LEONA STURGIS·FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2016
New American Magazine September 1996 Tracking the Trilateral Commission:
In March of 1972 David Rockefeller, who at that time, was the chairman of the Chase Manhattan Bank and the Council of Foreign Relations, succumbed to a prolonged fit of wholism. In three separate speeches he described his vision of an International Commission for Peace and Prosperity, a private organization whose primary objectives would be to bring the best brains in the world to bear on the problems of the future.
This organization would examine the interrelationships between domestic and foreign preoccupations. It would study new approaches to the transfer of social technologies and hopefully come up with fresh insights on how to deal with common problems. Rockefeller proposed that this Commission include a government board of 30 to 40 leading private citizens drawn from the Atlantic Alliance nations and Japan.
The guiding objectives of this brain trust would be nothing less than to rebuild the conceptual framework of foreign and domestic policies. Rockefeller’s speeches merely elaborated on proposals offered in between two ages...America’s role in the technetronic era which was published in 1970 by Columbia University Professor Brzezinski (Council of Foreign Relations). In that volume Brzezinski insisted that a community of developed nations must eventually be formed if the world is to respond effectively to increasingly serious crisis.
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