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augustus
12-03-2004, 05:59 AM
Let's assemble a list of the top 100 Globalists today with as much information about them as possible.

I begin by nominating Maurice Strong, George Schultz, The Bushes Sr. and Jr. David Rockefeller, Jacob Rothschild and Henry Kissinger.Who should be #1?

Let's assemble pictures and detailed info on these Satan worshippers.

Protocol
12-03-2004, 11:45 AM
Maurice Strong

Born: April 29, 1929
Place of Birth: Oak Lake, Manitoba



Major Notes:
Maurice Strong has been called by the New York Times as being the "Custodian of the Planet".
He is one of the most powerful Canadian leaders in the modern world but most Canadians have never heard of him.
Strong came from a very poor family and as a child lived through the depression years.
Very intelligent, he finished his early education at 14 by skipping a few grades and then left school.
At 18, he went to work for the security section of the United Nations and met David Rockefeller.
In the 50's, he became an oil trader and by the 60's had taken over several smaller ailing oil firms and turned their profits around.
His rise up in the business world was phenomenal and by age 31 he was the President of Power Corporation.
Strong also acquired political friends through the Liberal party and made friends with Paul Martin Jr.
His thoughts of making money however turned to how to best use his knowledge for the betterment of man through solving environmental issues.
In 1972, Strong organized the Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment or what became known as the UN's first Earth Summit.
He was invited by Pierre Trudeau to come back to Canada and take over Petro-Canada, a new oil company under government control.
After two years, he left Petro-Canada to pursue other various business dealings.
By 1985, he returned to working with the UN and was place in charge of the 3.5 billion dollars relief program for Somalia and Ethiopia.
Strong was appointed by the UN to the position of Secretary General of the Earth Summit for 1992.
He is largely credited for bringing about what is now known as the Kyoto Agreement.
In 1997 he was given the role of senior advisor to United Nations' Secretary General Kofi Annan.
Maurice Strong continues to be a consultant for various UN activities such as the study of reforming the United Nations itself.
He has received over 50 honorary degrees from universities around the world.

If Martin truly respected the West...: ...the last person he should make senior adviser would be Maurice Strong

It's all well and good for prime-minister-in-waiting Paul Martin to say he will respect the West once he becomes Liberal leader.

Indeed, it's refreshing, if not encouraging, that he told the Vancouver Sun in May that "No matter what else I do as prime minister, if (western) alienation is the same ... at the end of my term as it is now, I will not believe I have succeeded."

That almost makes it sound as if acting on the West's desire for more respect, less meddling and an all-round better deal from Ottawa will be one of his government's highest priorities.

It's heartening, too, that, also in May, Martin pledged at a Liberal fundraising dinner here in Edmonton that "never again (will) the Liberal party come out of Western Canada without a substantial number, if not a majority, of seats."

This is heartening, not because I actually hope the Liberals win more Western seats in the next federal vote -- I don't. Rather, it's just nice for a change to hear a prominent Liberal do something other than dump on the West, and Alberta in particular, in order to win votes somewhere else in the country.

Jean Chretien has seldom shown more than indifference to the West, and frequently has displayed open contempt.

During the 2000 federal election, the Chretien-led Liberals blatantly misrepresented Alberta's timid health-care reforms in their national campaign ads. Whipping up resentment to Alberta would buy them votes in central and Atlantic Canada and stunt the Canadian Alliance's chances there since the party is so closely associated with this province and region. So what if the accusations weren't true?

Of course, Chretien also confessed to preferring to do business with people from Eastern and central Canada. Albertans, he sneered, were a "different" (read: morally inferior) breed of Canadian.

Even just this past spring, Chretien shrugged off Western concerns by saying "regional discontent is inevitable," meaning he had no intention of wasting his time even trying to solve western alienation.

Martin's soothing words are a giant step forward. But to say all that he has is one thing. To actually do something about it is quite another -- particularly something that might be unpopular in central Canada. It will take more than being in Calgary "a lot" and wearing denim shirts to the Stampede that sport "I (heart) Alberta beef" stickers.

Martin's first concrete steps are far from encouraging.

Last month he began speculating about holding the next election in June 2004, or earlier. If he does that, Alberta and B.C. will not receive the four new House of Commons seats they are owed -- two each -- as a result of their dramatic population growth in the 1990s.

When Alliance leader Stephen Harper charged that this looked a lot like the old Liberal strategy of "Screw the West, we'll take the rest," Martin promised to try to get the Commons to move the creation of these seats ahead, to a date before the writs are issued. But such an I'll-try promise is as meaningful as my pledges to start dieting ... tomorrow.

The announcement last week that Martin was courting Maurice Strong -- the first president of Petro-Canada and the godfather of the Kyoto accord -- to be senior environment adviser in the Prime Minister's Office is more than concrete enough to eradicate any and all goodwill Martin's comforting words to date may have purchased.

If he wants to placate the West, the last person -- the very last -- Martin should invite to be a senior adviser is Maurice Strong. Strong is an unreconstructed Trudeau-ite, which may make Liberals giddy with nostalgic glee, but is unmitigated bad news for Westerners.

Strong may not have been present at the birth of the National Energy Program in 1980; but as the founding president, chairman and CEO of Petro-Can from 1976-78, he was there at its conception.

Strong enthusiastically supported Ottawa's first major intrusions into provincial resource management, such as the elimination of deductions for provincial resource royalty payments from federal income taxes. The Liberals and Strong euphemistically called this "revenue sharing," because it took income that would have gone into investors' pockets and oil companies' bank accounts in the form of tax rebates and "shared" it with the federal government, which forcibly kept it in Ottawa.

Strong also favoured heavy federal subsidies to Petro-Can for frontier exploration. These gave the federal oil company a competitive advantage over privately held oil companies, with the hope the "Canadian" company would eventually control the lion's share of new oil reserves. Eventually, private oil companies were forced by the Liberals to sell a portion of their successful explorations to "Ottawa Oil" as Petro-Can was often known.

To people who are suspicious of the market and have no clue of how wealth is created (such as the majority of federal politicians of the past two generations), Strong has been seen as a business genius, even a new breed of executive who combined social justice and environmental concern with making a buck. Never mind that he did both mostly by milking taxpayers or using his connections to yoke his competitors.

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Friday, in his own words, I'll examine Maurice Strong's two current obsessions: "global governance" and radical environmentalism, particularly his involvement in the Kyoto accord.

Champagne socialist full of bubbles: Maurice Strong profits from pushing leftist ideas

"Economic growth is not the cure; it is the disease."

That is Maurice Strong's take on what is wrong with the world, today, and what is the greatest threat to the environment. Everything that is wrong can, in Strong's mind, be traced to three sources -- industrialization, wealth and free markets. I'd add a fourth -- Christianity -- except Strong never quite comes out and blames it for the world's ills. He merely hints at it with statements such as "We are all gods now, gods in charge of our own destiny," which he made in his autobiographical 2000 book Where on Earth are We Going?

Actually, Strong's three sources of evil are really just one source -- Western civilization. Although he has reaped enormous personal profits from the Western ways of business and life, Strong has been a lifelong biter of the hands that feed him so well. In 1990, he even mused about a possible revolution against "industrialized civilizations."

What if it were concluded, Strong romanticized, "that the principal risk to the earth comes from the actions of the rich countries? ... Isn't the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn't it our responsibility to bring this about?"

Strong wasn't exactly speaking for himself in this daydream. His nightmarish scenario involved a "small group of ... world leaders," gathered together at a semi-private conference, who decide to overthrow the established political and financial orders "in order to save the planet."

But he was not speaking for himself, either. Strong revels in telling fawning audiences that he is "a socialist in ideology," but "a capitalist in methodology." His socialist core would explain his attraction to revolutions against rich, industrialized civilizations.

And his membership on a dozen international business and environmental organizations would explain why he thinks such a revolution might spring from a small, semi-private gathering of world leaders.

Those are the circles Strong runs in. They are the people he knows. Undoubtedly, as he has sat through literally hundreds of such gatherings, he has occasionally marvelled at the amount of power represented by the leaders in the room, and speculated on what might convince those leaders to suspend democracy and diplomacy, and join him in the top-down coup of his dreams.

If the idea of a revolt against power, privilege and wealth, led by the most powerful, privileged and wealthy strikes you as a bit incongruous, then you need to understand two more things about Maurice Strong: He has made his fortune, reputation and influence out of peddling radical leftist ideas to the international jet set, to champagne socialists like himself, who very much enjoy what rank and riches have given them, but who despair the consumerism and capitalism they see in those beneath them.

The other piece you need to the Strong puzzle is his contempt for ordinary people and the institutions that give them control over these leaders. Strong thinks only superior mortals who run in his circles and share his philosophy are fit to decide how the world should be run.

Only once has Strong lowered himself to stand for public office -- in the 1979 Canadian general election that saw Joe Clark's Tories squeak into power. But he couldn't even bear to see that through to election day.

According to an eye-popping indictment of Strong's smug contempt for democratic accountability, in the book, Fight Kyoto, Calgary journalist and lawyer Ezra Levant points out that Strong withdrew as the Liberal candidate in a Scarborough riding one month before voting day because he found his "constituents' priorities were parochial."

Strong is a founder of the Council on Global Governance; the author of the Earth Charter (earthcharter.org), that he wants to be not only the supreme law of the planet -- replacing national laws and constitutions -- but a new "Ten Commandments," as well.

Strong is or has been a board member with Earth Council, the World Wildlife Fund, the David Suzuki Foundation, the United Nations Environment Program and two of three of the UN's big world environment gatherings -- Stockholm in 1972 and Rio in 1992.

The 1997 Kyoto accords sprang directly out of Strong's Rio conference in 1992, with Strong having a hand guiding the accords to fruition all the way, as a special adviser to the UN secretary general, periodically with the status of undersecretary general, himself.

Levant claims Strong has "never stopped pressing for a world where the UN's resolutions would be enforced as the law in every corner of the Earth." And Strong has made it clear he sees no harm in carbon taxes, air travel taxes and financial transaction taxes that raise billions or even trillions annually to fund a super world bureaucracy where he and others can influence world affairs without every grubbying themselves by seeking approval from -- ugh -- voters.

This is the man Paul Martin wants to make a senior economic and environmental adviser in his PMO. But that's no surprise, either. Levant details how Strong hired Martin to be his personal assistant at Montreal's Power Corporation, even before Martin had left university, and later helped Martin get his stake in Canada Steamship Lines, the company that is the source of Martin's personal wealth, not to mention his pride and joy. Martin's enthusiasm for Strong's counsel goes way, way back.

Canada's Commitment to Earth Worship at the Roots of Rapid Change to Canadian Law

http://www.fathersforlife.org/doc/EarthWorshippresentation.pdf

By Dr. Charles McVety

(The contents of the article were presented in a half-hour program on CTS TV, March 7, 2004, 11 p.m. EST)

The article explores the history of the relationship between Maurice Strong and Paul Martin. Maurice Strong gave Paul Martin his his first job during summer vacation in university, hired him for Power Corporation Canada Ltd. after Martin finished university, and offered Martin a sweetheart deal, the purchase of Canada Steamship Lines, that made the Martin family unbelievably rich.
Importantly, the article identifies Paul Martin's commitment to support the plan by Maurice Strong, Michael Gorbachev, Kofi Anan and Stephen Rockefeller to impose a universal religion of Earth worship on the world population. The new-age religion is to replace all others.
The Canadian government provided millions of dollars in funding for the development and goals of Maurice Strong's new-age religion. The Canadian federal government also provided a $161 million in contracts to Canadian Steamship Lines, a corporation that has most of its fleet of about 50 ships registered in Barbados and Liberia and that uses shoddy labour practices that earn it an estimated extra $775,000 a year on each of its foreign-registered ships.*
Maurice Strong was recently appointed as senior advisor to the Prime Minister's Office.

BvL
12-03-2004, 07:14 PM
There are so many its difficult to know where to begin. As mentioned above Michael Gorbachev is certainly still very high up and some people strongly suspect he will re-emerge as something important. He runs the Gorbachev Foundation that is very much a New Age thing and I suppose it functions in a similar way to the Rockefeller Foundation funding feminism and homosexuals. Continuing with the new age theme there are a few others such as David Spangler, Benjamin Crème and RJ Stewart from the house of Stewart (Illuminati). The Findhorn organisation in Scotland is central to the New Age.

Another important person who is very much involved is George Soros and all of his foundations. The recent Ukrainian political unrest is just the latest to be partly supported by political movements backed by his never-ending supply of money. He seems to function as one of the main channels of funding from the central bankers who are shy about revealing their identity. It’s like what the CIA is to the NSA where everything done by the NSA uses the CIA as a front.

psholtz
12-06-2004, 01:27 PM
Zbigniew Brzezinski has gotten be in the top 5:

http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/cold.war/kbank/profiles/brzezinski/brzezinsky2.jpg

psholtz
12-06-2004, 02:04 PM
Alan Greenspan should probably go on the list, as should Paul Volcker..

nohope187
12-06-2004, 06:40 PM
Don't forget Arnold Shwarzenneger. In no way am I indicating that he's the anti-Christ but, he does have potential. check out the Alex Jones website infowars.com for more detail.

psholtz
12-06-2004, 08:27 PM
Put Amitai Etzioni on the list too.. he's less well known, but probably one of the late 20th century's most enthusiastic advocates of fascism and Communism:

http://www.wfs.org/trendnd04.htm

This is a Web site dedicated to exposing people like Etzioni for the liars they are:

http://nord.twu.net/acl/

sablefish
12-07-2004, 09:00 PM
You guys may think Charlie Manson went to prison for some kind of cult activity that ended in a bunch of murders.. But the real reason was that he had an ememies list like what you guys are talking about.. But what the Hell.. We who yell are going to go to the FEMA camps anyway.. We might as well yell on our way.

More Yelling is what I say.

freeman
12-08-2004, 04:21 AM
Wasn't Manson also a freemason -- probably converted during a previous prison sentence -- and he displayed masonic signs in the courtroom before he had to be restrained and gagged?

Saturnino
12-08-2004, 09:51 AM
I would pay attention on Fernando Henrique Cardoso. Twice president of Brazil, internationally recognized sociologist and author, socialist. Interestingly, when he was president he said "forget what I wrote" and was a globalist, defender of liberal economy, etc. As all globalists, he is socialist at heart and global capitalist in action. He was VERY much into the UN...I don`t doubt he will be the next Secretary General, since it would be "nice" to have a man from a developing country in the position.

nohope187
12-12-2004, 10:20 PM
Jerry Bruckheimer- the big hollywood producer
His latest film was an occult white wash-National Treasure. :-P

nohope187
12-12-2004, 10:23 PM
Spielberg too! remember he made the movie, "Minority Report" and whoever it was who directed/produced "Running Man". :-P

666
12-13-2004, 07:44 PM
Wasn't Manson also a freemason


Paul Bernado was also a freemason ...


this list is a great idea we should then

vote on their order of importance.

I would vote for

1. Rothchild family first (the world kings)

remember shares of the biggest RUSSIAN oil

company went to them after a court ruling !

and

2. Rochefeller family (American kings)

3. Queen of England

freeman
12-13-2004, 10:12 PM
Wasn't Manson also a freemason

And Ted Bundy.

And O. J. (when he was "screwing up" as a youth, he was taken under the wing by none other than Willie Mays, baseball's black poster boy for the Evil Craft; surely we don't need to discuss what Wilie did to "straighten him out").

And Hitler (Thule Society, same difference).

And Jack the Ripper.

This list could go on ad infinatum.

"Making Good Men Better" -- my *ss...

thokhanCep
12-14-2004, 12:53 AM
How about:
Brother Timothy McVeigh
... A 32nd Degree Mason Has Died. View this article only Newsgroups: alt.freemasonry
Date: 2001-06-11 05:26:38 PST. I am sadden to inform you that Timothy McVeigh 32 ...
www.freemasonrywatch.org/mcveigh.html

We should break it down between
Media/Movies with one world globalist themes
Politics
Businessmen
and their assassins/scapegoats like McVeigh
Institutes ( Rhodes scholars , Skull and Bones , Freemasonry , UNESCO etc .... )

Politics:
Did anyone mention Henry Kissinger?
Rockefellers
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton ( could be Hillary vs. Arnold in 2008)


Assassins/scapegoats:
Manson
Jack the Ripper
Ted Bundy
O. J.
Hitler

Born_To_Die
12-14-2004, 05:35 PM
Hummm just checked the noble prize winners and

Henry Kissinger won for Peace ... I will

have to rethink the superiority of the Jews

regarding the Noble because it is a

New World Order scandal that Kissenger won

for peace.

freeman
12-14-2004, 08:43 PM
Yes, Kissinger winning the Nobel Peace Prize is the height of hypocrisy.
A book I haven't yet read and hope to is one written by the comedian and political satirist Barry Crimmins: "Never Shake Hands with a War Criminal".
Supposedly, the title is derived from an encounter Crimmins had with Kissinger backstage on a CNN program, when he reufsed to shake hands with the evil Dr. K.
According to what I've heard, the look in Kissinger's eyes when Crimmins stood up to him was one of sheer terror and indecision. Almost immediately, security goons surrounded Kissinger and whisked him away.
Intriguing. Perhaps the Illuminati are really more fearful and insecure than we realize. Seemed that even an evil genius like Kissinger totally froze up when the situation deviated from its ususal scripted scenario.

psholtz
12-15-2004, 01:14 AM
freeman wrote:
Intriguing. Perhaps the Illuminati are really more fearful and insecure than we realize. Seemed that even an evil genius like Kissinger totally froze up when the situation deviated from its ususal scripted scenario.
The Illuminati (and all NWOers) are driven 1000% by fear. It's all they have left to keep them alive and to give them a reason to live. This is their great weak point, a weak point that may be exploited by those who are strong (and who have no fear)..

They live in fear, b/c they know that one day (sooner or later) they must die, and that nothing awaits them beyond the grave. They have sold their Souls to get to where they are... This "bargain" is enough to strike fear into the heart of any man..

BvL
12-19-2004, 01:31 PM
Yes I can vouch for that. I stood outside a conference headed by a well-known Illuminati figure handing out information sheets for the attendee's who had no idea who this person really was. I met various people from secret societies coming up to speak to me since that was all they could do as I was not breaking any laws. I told them the truth and I have rarely seen so much fear in people. They were powerless and they knew it and all the while the people coming in were delighted to receive these free information sheets I had prepared.

marypopinz
12-19-2004, 02:00 PM
Bravo Bvl!

Let's run the skeezy bastids out of town!

mary XXX

freeman
12-19-2004, 02:04 PM
Good for you, BVL.
However, I think that the responses of Illuminati characters can also be explained by the work of Fritz Springmeier and others in terms of exposing the intricacies of mind control.
These people are programmed schizophrenics for the most part, with multiple personalities predesigned to respond to certain situations, even code words. Once they step outside these preprogrammed paradigms, many find themselves unable to respond except with the most instinctive fear and confusion, since their true personalities have been so totally and thoroughly subverted.

Jimbo
12-20-2004, 11:47 AM
Secret Organizations & Hidden Agendas
www.freedom-force.org/pdf/futurecalling2.pdf

From post at www.rense.com
8-)
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rangergord
12-21-2004, 08:22 PM
I found that off http://www.worldaffairsbrief.com/ yesterday.

Seamless the way I understand it.

Fabian Socialist Monopoly Capitalism or Collectivism for the masses while the elite retains their wealth and power.

George Orwell said it best, some animals are more equal then others. If you've had the pleasure of spending enough time in their company you'd know just how right Orwell (still) is.


Jimbo wrote:
Secret Organizations & Hidden Agendas
www.freedom-force.org/pdf/futurecalling2.pdf

From post at www.rense.com
8-)
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freeman
12-21-2004, 08:30 PM
Good read, Ranger.

Fabian Socialist Monopoly Capitalism or Collectivism for the masses while the elite retains their wealth and power.

Yes, it really drives that point home. This is what so many, even those on the "inside" of the NWO/Illuminati Ponzi scheme don't realize.
Unlike classic socialist or Marxist rhetoric, the rich aren't going to be taxed to pay for the poor in this "Brave New World". It will simply be another form of totalitarianism with collectivism concentrated strictly at the base of the pyramid, i. e., the majority will be left to share the few scraps left to them by the elitist hieracrchy.
Take the inequities currently extant in international socieconomics, and imagine them on steroids...

sablefish
12-21-2004, 09:13 PM
freeman.. You are a mind monster.. Help us put together a project.. We need a brain.. It could change everything.. In your brain I trust... We need your help... Look around, and you will see where you can be of great service to us all... You are one of the brains.. and we await your and Henry's signals...

Trust that this is true.. believe in your destiny... Help us.

I am not being sarcastic.

rangergord
12-22-2004, 10:26 PM
It does drive the point home Freeman. It might suggest that left/right politics is about divide and conquer. If true, it means Pogo is right.

psholtz
01-09-2005, 07:04 AM
Bumping this thread just to keep it alive.. I think it's an important one.

I'm adding John Negroponte, current US "ambassador" (<- if that's the right word for it) to Iraq, to the list. He's definately one of the Great Evil Ones, up there w/ Kissinger.

Here's an interesting article about him:

http://www.antipasministries.com/oldnews/negroponte.html

Ellar
01-09-2005, 02:02 PM
http://www.turkishpress.com/business/news.asp?id=050109200108.gbaub3f7.xml

Top US banker to head Israeli central bank: government
01-09-2005, 20h01



JERUSALEM (AFP) - Prominent US banker Stanley Fischer, vice chairman of Citigroup, is to to be appointed the next governor of the Bank of Israel, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's office said.

A statement said Sharon and Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had recommended Fischer to take over the country's central bank. The choice only needs to be formally approved by the state appointments commission and President Moshe Katsav.

Fischer, 61, a fluent Hebrew speaker, is a former first deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund and has acted as an adviser to the Israeli treasury in the past.

Fischer, who was born in Zambia in 1943, served at the IMF from 1994 to 2001 and joined Citigroup in 2002.
AFP

Copyright © 2004 Agence France Presse. All rights reserved. The information contained in the AFP News report may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without the prior written authority of Agence France Presse.

psholtz
01-09-2005, 02:35 PM
Ellar wrote:
http://www.turkishpress.com/business/news.asp?id=050109200108.gbaub3f7.xml

Top US banker to head Israeli central bank: government
01-09-2005, 20h01



JERUSALEM (AFP) - Prominent US banker Stanley Fischer, vice chairman of Citigroup, is to to be appointed the next governor of the Bank of Israel, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's office said.

A statement said Sharon and Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had recommended Fischer to take over the country's central bank. The choice only needs to be formally approved by the state appointments commission and President Moshe Katsav.

Fischer, 61, a fluent Hebrew speaker, is a former first deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund and has acted as an adviser to the Israeli treasury in the past.

Fischer, who was born in Zambia in 1943, served at the IMF from 1994 to 2001 and joined Citigroup in 2002.
AFP

Copyright © 2004 Agence France Presse. All rights reserved. The information contained in the AFP News report may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without the prior written authority of Agence France Presse.
Israel has a unique central bank, doesn't it? In most other countries, the central bank controls the Congress/parliment, etc... I believe in Israel, though, the central bank actually does answer to the Knessat...

Just something I've heard.. not sure if it's true or not.

nomad
01-09-2005, 02:39 PM
Highly unlikely ... whatever the case because

the Rothchilds founded Israel you can bet

your phony money that they control it.

psholtz
01-09-2005, 04:08 PM
Right now, if I had to piece together the Top Ten Globalists (or better said, "America's Most Wanted"), I think it would look something like:

1. Henry Kissinger
2. Zbigniew Brzezinski
3. George H.W. Bush
4. David Rockefeller
5. John Negroponte

and.. not sure what the list looks like after that.. I would have to put Paul Volcker somewhere in the Top Ten also..

psholtz
01-09-2005, 04:10 PM
nomad wrote:
Highly unlikely ... whatever the case because

the Rothchilds founded Israel you can bet

your phony money that they control it.
Vote w/ your pocketbook! Start using Liberty Dollars!

http://www.libertydollar.org/

psholtz
01-09-2005, 04:42 PM
OK, I have it(!) Here's my Top Ten List (and this is all just strictly IMHO, of course! ;-) )

1. Henry Kissinger
2. Zbigniew Brzezinski
3. George H.W. Bush
4. David Rockefeller
5. Maurice Strong
6. Mikhail Gorbachev
7. Amitai Eztioni
8. Paul Volcker
9. John Negroponte
10. John Poindexter (aka "Big Brother")

alumbrado
01-17-2005, 06:35 PM
There are three men in the world who have possessed considerable wealth, power and influence, having much impacts on those who are involved in NWO agendas and plans for the past 5 decades. They are, respectively:

1 - David Rockefeller
2 - Henry Kissinger
3 - Zbigniew Brzezinski

However, David Rockefeller is very old and may soon fade into the background, distancing himself from the NWO globalists and let himself enjoy the remaining days of his life before he pass on. His last surviving brother, Laurance Spelman Rockefeller died last year in July, of aged 94.

Henry Kissinger is taking a less active role in the near future but will still participate in the Bilderberg and Davos conferences. But Brzezinski will move up to the top and we would expect to see more of him in the future.

Paul Volcker is expected to "retire" again after the UN Food-for-Oil probes are completed (actually quietly sweeping under the rug). He would expect to take a more-or-less active role in the NWO agendas, depending on his health.

Meanwhile, Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush, George Soros, Bill Clinton, John Negroponte, Mikhail Gorbachev, Jiang Zemin and Maurice Strong will be taking more active roles in the NWO agendas in the near future and "compete" to take Rockefeller's and Kissinger's places at the very top.

Expect to see a new participant in the NWO agendas: Hu Jintao, the President of China.

Expect to see more upcoming globalist-participants of the NWO agendas: John Kerry, Michael Howard, Hillary R. Clinton, Benjamin Rothschild, Benjamin Netanyahu (the future Prime Minister of Israel after Sharon, it is already set in stone, otherwise there might be someone else, an unknown), John J. Sweeney, Bill Gates, Senator Jay D. Rockefeller, Colin Powell and a host of European and Asian folks too numerous for me to mention here, you all might not recognize them in name or in person.

Guys, please rule out Hollywood A-type filmmakers and studio bosses from the NWO folks, they're way, way on the bottom of the NWO hierarchy and barely have any influential impact on the globalists from the bottom up. They are supposed to entertain the masses with whatever stuff or crap they've come up with and the NWO globalists aren't really affected by 'em since they knew what goals and agendas those filmmakers and studio bosses are doing with the masses.