This is a very superlative article written by Wayne Madsen. It is a very good succinct look at the ways of the world. This should almost be printed and handed out, far and wide to people. Unfortunately, I think a person needs some level of political acumen to understand what is being said. Sadly, I don’t know how many Americans — and even people elsewhere — have the knowledge/know-how to get the crux/essence of what’s actually being elucidated here.

If I’ve understood it correctly it connects the Trilateralists — or what’s left of them — with the neocons. Showing how they work hand in glove. Whether a Democrat or Republican is in office the agenda advances, albeit the “two sides” may have slightly differing means. That’s something I think, though, that hasn’t been pointed out. I think that a key omission in the article (not that this was something it was required to get to), is that I think that George Soros has essentially taken over “the mantle” of the Trilateralists. He’s kind of the Sith Lord of that clique, I’d say, for lack of a better way of putting it, haha.

David Rockefeller at 98 can’t be very virile and taking the lead on “Trilateralist things”, unless David Icke has him pegged right as a shape-shifting extraterrestrial! Lol. Of course, another way of looking at the “left” of the power elite is the Fabian Society, which I don’t know a good deal about. George Soros did attend the Fabian Socialist London School of Economics, but I’m not exactly 100% sure how that figures into his (overall) tale.

Madsen has written some “wild” and even some “out there” things, for certainty. In my opinion he’s written some very cogent, and lucid pieces as well. What he’s doing with some of his more fanciful pieces, I haven’t the foggiest idea. This was originally written December 17, 2013. Madsen’s articles are available through a subscription service, I didn’t know that it had been reprinted elsewhere.