Date: October 25, 2018
Host: Jim Schneider
Guest: Alex Newman
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Alex Newman is an international freelance journalist, author, educator and consultant. His articles frequently appear in The New American. He also writes for Freedom Project Media. Alex is co-author of the book, ‘Crimes of the Educators’.
Alex began by referencing the New York-based ‘think tank’ known as the Council on Foreign Relations. Hillary Clinton went to their new Washington satellite office when she was secretary of state and she said she was glad that she didn’t have to go as far to be told what she should be doing and how she should be thinking about the future.
Republicans have been involved with them as well. For example, Dick Cheney was a director.
Beginning in the 1920’s, they became very influential in creating policy while being globalist in their outlook. They have several thousand members, the names of which Alex noted are posted on their website. They’ve been quite open about their agenda which is to establish a new world order. As such, they’re very concerned about President Trump.
In response, there’s been discussion about the forming of a ‘Group of 9’ or a ‘G-9’. As such, the CFR is literally calling on America’s closest allies to form an economic and military alliance against the U.S. Alex communicated that they aren’t coming right out and saying that, but this is what they’re implying, at least against President Trump. Nations involved would include South Korea, Japan, Australia, Canada, the UK, as well as the emerging superstate based in Brussels known as the European Union.
The conclusion is that the CFR is proposing this alliance to ‘hold the world order in place’ in spite of what President Trump attempts to do until they can get rid of him and get a more globalist compliant president in the White House.
So if you’ve been thinking that the CFR is just a toothless entity on the world stage, Alex has the evidence to prove otherwise, and much more can be gleaned on this subject when you review this Crosstalk broadcast.