LM: First the chaos then the order…
The incredulous open-border policy being practiced in Europe is the same policy being exercised in the United States. Not only is our southern border with Mexico virtually wide-open for anyone to sneak into our country illegally, but Obama’s Executive Branch cabal is importing tens of thousands of immigrants from countries in the mideast that are known terrorist hotspots.
In Europe’s case, it can no longer turn back. It’s too late and too much damage has already been done. It’s time to say, at least mentally, “Goodbye Europe, it was nice knowing you.”
Just a few years ago, Europe was a wonderful place to visit, vacation in and do business with. What changed?
For starters, the global elite that took credit for the creation of the European Union in the first place have now decided to throw the whole morass under the bus. Hear the crunching sound!
It was Trilateral Commission co-founder David Rockefeller himself who said in 1998,
“Back in the early Seventies, the hope for a more united EUROPE was already full-blown – thanks in many ways to the individual energies previously spent by so many of the Trilateral Commission’s earliest members.” (Rockefeller, In the Beginning – The Trilateral Commission at 25, 1998, p.11.)
Rockefeller was being modest. In 2002, it was Trilateral Commission member Vallery d’Estaing who actually authored the EU’s constitution when he was President of the Convention on the Future of Europe.
Well, energies of current members of the Trilateral Commission (and their globalist cronies) have switched field. They are now pushing and enforcing policies that are turning Europe into a train wreck.
Enter Mr. Peter Sutherland, former Chairman of Goldman Sachs International, Chairman of BP, Director-General of the World Trade Organization and Honorary Chairman of the Trilateral Commission. He has been serving as the United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General for International Migration since 2006.
Sutherland has been outspoken on unlimited immigration policy in Europe. He has stated publicly,
“The United States, or Australia and New Zealand, are migrant societies and therefore they accommodate more readily those from other backgrounds than we do ourselves, who still nurse a sense of our homogeneity and difference from others.
“And that’s precisely what the European Union, in my view, should be doing its best to undermine.”
Let’s not stop there. at the peak of the European crisis in late 2015, Sutherland wrote,
“Human mobility benefits not only migrants and their families, but their countries of origin and destination as well… No other force—not trade, not capital flows has the potential to transform lives in the sustainable, positive ways and on the scale that migration does.”
Sutherland believes that immigration is the key to implementing Sustainable Development, an economic model which I have carefully documented as Technocracy from the 1930s. (See Technocracy Rising) This is what the Trilateral Commission first alluded to in 1973 as its “New International Economic Order”.