Monday, October 09, 2006


It wasn't very widely reported, or publicized, but Iran's madman "president" Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had quite an interesting meeting after his blistering speech at the U.N. a few weeks ago.

The meeting was with the Council on Foreign Relations. As many of you are aware, the CFR, is made up of intellectual, business, and political elites. To some, this is just a benign "think-tank" which analyzes and proposes foreign policy initiatives to the government. To others, the CFR is much more. It is the political and policy making arm of the "New World Order". It is the group which has masterminded the push for the North American Union, the group which believes our Constitution is "outdated", and the group with the power to change the structure of America and the world as we know it.
The CFR is the promotional arm of the Ruling Elite in the United States of America. Most influential politicians, academics and media personalities are members, and it uses its influence to infiltrate the New World Order into American life. Its' "experts" write scholarly pieces to be used in decision making, the academics expound on the wisdom of a united world, and the media members disseminate the message.

To understand how the most influential people in America came to be members of an organization working purposefully for the overthrow of the Constitution and American sovereignty, we have to go back at least to the early 1900's, though the story begins much earlier (depending on your viewpoint and beliefs).

That a ruling power elite does indeed control the U.S. government behind the scenes has been attested to by many americans in a position to know. Felix Frankfurter, Justice of the Supreme Court (1939-1962), said: "The real rulers in Washington are invisible and exercise power from behind the scenes." In a letter to an associate dated November 21, 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt wrote, "The real truth of the matter is, as you and I know, that a financial element in the large centers has owned the government ever since the days of Andrew Jackson." February 23, 1954.

To better understand this mysterious group, I suggest you do some research into this group and its interlocking network of elites... Here are some links to get you started:

So ... back to the mad mullah of Iran... Why did this influential group choose to meet with him of all people (considering many of the members of the CFR are Jews)? On the other hand, why did he choose to meet with them? What was the purpose? Did Ahmedinejad fully understand with whom his meeting was with?

Let's look at the meeting from two very different perspectives. First, here is a link to National Interest Online's reporting of the meeting where they interview CFR member, Maurice R. Greenberg on his impressions of the Iranian "president"... some exerpts...
Q: Was it your sense that he truly doubts whether the Holocaust occurred or was he grandstanding? He was presumably playing just to that audience because there were no television cameras there.

MRG: No, no, but there were reporters there. Look, he has said this on many occasions, not just last evening. And it's offensive. I would say that this man, he's not only out of touch, he's very clever and I worry about what he's capable of doing. And I do believe that the administration's, and the president's in particular, view of Iran and the danger that it presents to the world, particularly our country and Israel, is not only real, it reflects a real and present danger. I do not think that we can take lightly what he stands for and is capable of, if he came into possession of nuclear weapons.


MRG: I think it's almost impossible to do business with him as long as he has those views. He says: "Why should the Palestinians suffer even if there was a Holocaust? What does one have to do with the other?" I mean, they have nothing to do with each other. We don't link them together. And we discussed that. They're not linked.

He thinks the Palestinians should be permitted to return, that's never going to happen. If the Palestinians returned to Israel, they'd swamp the country and there wouldn't be an Israel. But he doesn't want an Israel.

Q: It sounds like he didn't make any effort to try to reach out…

MRG: No, no. There was no effort to reach out. He's offensive. He's smug. He's a danger.

So, we can see from this, that the message that the CFR is sending is quite clear: We gave this thug a chance. He is exactly what the Administration describes.. A madman who cannot be reasoned with.

Now, let's look at the meeting from Ahmedinejad's perspective... from his "blog"....
Q: Mr. President, I have a narrow question that I ask you, I am only speaking for myself, I could make major distinctions between military soldiers and civilians, killed in war, and millions that were killed purposely, so that would be a genocide, so that would be my first response.

A: Yes, there is certainly a distinction, but the Palestinian nation is systematically being massacred. Is their blood different from the blood of those? Do we have two types of human beings. I haven't heard of friends having made any remarks concerning the Palestinians, killed.

Q: Mr. President. I don%q%t think you answered the question, but you refused to have the holocaust confirmed during the war, I saw with my own eyes.

A: How old are you?

Q: I am 81.

A: You were there and you survived! Congratulations

OK... that's only one exerpt, and not a very representative one at that. Read the whole thing. Mahmoud makes the case over and over again that the world is with HIM and it is only the U.S. which is frightened of Iran becoming a nuclear power. Also, even with the above exchange, he denies the holocaust repeatedly and hints Palestinians should be allowed to "return" to Israeli-"occupied" land (ie overrun Israel such that it no longer exists).

OK. So, the CFR thinks Ahmedinejad is a madman. Ahmedinejad thinks that the CFR is an extension of the Bush administration. It seems to me that the CFR has given its "approval" to Bush for a war on Iran... if it comes to that. The CFR sees things from a global perspective. If they see an impediment in their march toward a one-world order, they will crush it. It seems that they now see that Iran's current regime is a threat to this plan.

The other perspective here, is that Ahmedinejad is a puppet in a grand play, whose ending has been written long ago. It could be that the CFR is using and positioning Ahmedinejad as a threat, in order to bring about their vision of a NWO. The Iran threat could be used as the catalyst which pushes the world closer and closer one-world government. "Crises precipitate change".

Others covering this topic:
LGF: CFR Vice Chair: Ahmadinejad "A Clear and Present Danger"
Regime Change Iran: Iran's Leader Relishes 2nd Chance to Make Waves

Your thoughts?

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