I am really disappointed tonight. The New Zealand Prime Minister John Key, MY Prime Minister for goodness sake, is shown on TV1 News addressing the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in New York about the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement (TPPA) telling the U.S. that they must ensure Congress passes this agreement seemingly to block the Chinese or some other power from filling, from his perspective, a perceived power vacuum in the South Pacific. I am outraged at him doing this because what it means is that he, the little guy, is telling the U.S. big guys already bent on world domination and planning just that (raison_d’être for the Council on Foreign Relations organisation) in favour of the U.S. corporates to get on with passing this agreement ensuring that national sovereignty borders are breached allowing global corporations to dominate world trade.

These ‘trade’ agreements (TTIP in Europe and TPPA in this region) are getting canned in both Europe and the U.S. The French President Hollande says TTIP does nothing for France and the German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel says the talks have failed, the U.S. position ‘unyielding’. Little John Key and his lap dog Foreign Minister Murray McCully mislead over the ‘trade’ benefits of TPPA and the fact that this treaty is one of the very mechanisms that globalisation and hence foreign control will become normalised. These treaties are the very brainchild of ‘think tanks’ like the CFR.

So what is the Council on Foreign Relations and just why is Key speaking to them? The later is a harder question to answer but the former is easy. Founded in 1921 Wikipeadia states it ‘is a United States 4900-member organisation, publisher and think tank specializing in U.S. foreign policy and international affairs. It is head quartered in New York city,….its membership has included senior politicians, more than a dozen secretaries of state, CIA directors, bankers, lawyers, professors, and senior media figures. The CFR promotes globalisation, reducing financial regulations on transnational corporations, and economic consolidation into regional blocs such as NAFTA or the European Union, and develops policy recommendations that reflect these goals. Elsewhere you can read “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”. The CFR is Chaired by Robert Rubin ex Goldman Sachs and Secretary of the Treasury in the Clinton administration and one of the most powerful of neo-cons based in the U.S.  Hillary Clinton is their nominee for President and they work actively against Trump

However, Trump thinks TPPA is going to work against U.S. interests and is against the TPPA because it will simply mean more off shoring of U.S. jobs to lower wage countries and his policy is to bring jobs back to America. Clinton says she is against it even though she was formerly promoting TPPA but she was forced to change her position and disagree when Bernie Sanders was polling so high. But she is OWNED by the U.S. corporate elites and if elected will for sure switch her position again to repay their investment in her.

What Key’s speech to the CFR indicates is he is promoting the idea of TPPA and globalisation back to the American think tank from whence it came. For the Americans Trump is a major problem which is why our media, fed and controlled as it is from the U.S., will continue to the very last moment to denigrate Trump and promote Clinton positively.

The stakes are high, Key’s allegiance appears not to be for New Zealand interests firstly but for globalisation even working against the interests of China for which much of our recent trade prosperity is due, little wonder renewal of the trade deal with China is presently up in the air.

The neocon (Zionist Jewish) influence in the CFR is crystal clear, it penetrates major business in the U.S. the sort of corporations that seek to break down national controls using ‘trade’ treaties like TPPA to dominate. The influence of CFR Board members is far too much to place here but can be sourced in Wikipeadia. Lets no one be fooled into thinking TPPA is about free trade. It is about globalisation, enriching the already powerful even more through the break down of sovereignty of individual countries and John Key is right in there

Source: Wikipeadia

While in New York Key is also going to support the U.S. position in the U.N. on Syria, where peace can only come about by the U.S. abandoning its policy of regime change and overthrowing the legitimately elected government of Syria and cease it’s funding, arming and support of rebel groups that are the root cause of the war there.

There is a media war on right now for your mind following the acknowledged U.S. air strikes against the Syrian Government army holding the U.S. supported rebels at bay in Eastern Aleppo. Killing 62 Syrian army soldiers they expressed ‘regret’ at this ‘mistake’ only (another mistake) and now launch an attack on Russia alleging that Russian planes bombed a U.N. relief convoy delivering aid in rebel held parts of Aleppo. Pity there is no evidence of blown up trucks….., burned out trucks yes, but no blasted lorries seen and Russia denies bombing the convoy as it is in a civilian area but we can be sure that John Key will be supporting the lying U.S. envoy to the U.N. Samantha Power in her propaganda war against Russia. Truth is a stranger to her.

Informing the home audience back here about how New Zealand can play a major role in world affairs in the U.N. if Helen Clark becomes Secretary General disgusies the fact that the U.N. is simply a voice piece for U.S. foreign policy. Despite the millions dead in Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan and Syria all due to U.S. interventions the U.N. not once has condemned the U.S. for these wars so what point is it?

Rather, Keys victory so far seems to be a trade deal with the murderous Saudi Arabia regime fighting a war in Yemen that involves bombing of hospitals and schools. Should New Zealand be having anything whatsoever to do with this evil dictatorship? Waging war against its impoverished neighbor Yemen using American jets and missiles it’s nothing to be proud of at all. Yet our broadcast is what a great deal this is for New Zealand. Shame on us.

All in all the news of Tuesday 20th September was depressing indeed.

Malcolm Eves

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