By Nancy Thorner –
There is more behind the facade of what Jeb Bush stands for than meets the eye. As detailed in Part 1, “Jeb Bush, a conservative, a moderate, or a globalist,” Jeb didn’t allow challengers to stand in his way when running and winning the governorship three times in Florida. Although it has been reported that Jeb Bush governed as a conservative, in the interim Bush has taken positions that mirror those of Democrats, specifically with amnesty and Common core.
During Jeb Bush’s recent appearance at C-PAC he captured 5th placed percentage-wise. During an interview conducted by Sean Hannity Bush spoke of himself as a “reform-minded conservative.” It is interesting that Jeb Bush was open to a question and answer session with Sean Hannity, but not to a direct confrontation with the C-PAC audience. Of even greater interest is why Jeb Bush is seemingly being pushed as the anointed Republican presidential candidate for 2016.
Part of the answer is found in Phyllis Schlafly’s book, “A Choice Not An Echo.” Schlafly details how in early 1936 a little group of secret kingmakers (prominent financiers and industrialists) laid long-range plans to control the Republican Party. This group has used every trick to dictate the choice of the Republican presidential nominee up to now, although failing in their selections of Bob Dold and John McCain. It was the kingmakers who were responsible for derailing and destroying Senator Barry Goldwater in the election of 1964. For the kingmakers, it was anyone but Goldwater, preferring, as they did, the continuation of the policies of Democrat incumbent Lyndon Johnson to those of Goldwater. With this in mind, there is every reason to believe the kingmakers of today, although faces have changed, are partial to Jeb Bush as the 2016 Republican presidential nominee?
Entities that embrace the “One World, Centralized Political System
The kingmakers are not the only entity who believe Jeb Bush fits the criteria of what a presidential candidate must stand for and represent. The author’s goal is to set forth the tangled web of Common Core as it relates to what the U.N.; non-governmental organizations; and the elitist, establishment members of the Republican Party all wish to achieve in the future: One World Government, often called Globalism. One World Government is a project of the elites. It’s presently on track to become the social and political agenda of the 21st century. Jeb Bush, as a globalist, would lead this nation’s ship in the right direction, while Common Core Standards would enable the process.
The four most influential non-government organizations that embrace the “One World, Centralized Political System” are The Trilateral Commission, The Bilderbergers, The Council on Foreign Relation, and The United Nations.
The Trilateral Commission was founded initially as the brainchild of David Rockefeller in 1973. It was a clique of some two hundred banking, commercial, political and communications leaders. It was responsible for electing Jimmy Carter, thereafter staffing his administration with essentially the same crowd who had controlled the Republican presidential nominations for so many years. It was rightly perceived that Carter could be easily controlled.
The Bilderberg Group first met back in 1954 when the most powerful men in the world met at Oosterbeek, Netherlands to debate the future of the world, thereafter they decided to meet annually in secret. The members represent a who’s who of world power elites, mostly from America, Canada and Western Europe. These names jumped out at me from the United States: David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Bill Clinton, Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, Larry Summers, Tim Geithner, George Soros, Donald Rumsfeld, Rupert Murdock, along with many, many more. Check this link to read Daniel Estulin riveting book,“The True Story of the Bilderberg Group,” published in 2005 and updated in a new 2009 edition.
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) was founded in 1921 as a United States nonprofit. It is a 4,900 member organization, publisher and think tank specializing in U.S. foreign policy and international affairs, headquartered in New York City. Once again this is an elite organization. Brian Williams was a member of this organization, as is Chuck Hagel. Not unexpectedly, top U.S. figures at the CFR and the Trilateral Commission are also well represented at the Bilderberg Group.
The United Nations is an intergovernmental organization. It was established on October 24, 1945, to promote international co-operation as a replacement for the ineffective League of Nations. Headquartered in Manhattan in New York City, the UN had 51 members when founded; it now has 193. In 1992 the U.N. provided the means for world leaders to embrace and carry forth a One World, Centralized Political System, Agenda 21, also known as “sustainable development.”
U.N. Agenda 21 lays the groundwork
This UN action plan, Agenda 21, was birthed at the 1992 United Nations Rio Earth Summit. It called for the inventory and control of all land, all water, all minerals, all plants, all animals, all construction, all means of production, all information, all energy, and all human beings in the world. Read here for a synopsis of Agenda 21 in one easy lesson. President George H. W. Bush, as a globalist, signed the US on to this plan, as did 178 other world leaders for their nations.
Globalists have made it clear that as a sovereign independent nation, the U.S., with a long tradition of Liberty, cannot be allowed to continue in its existing form, that the U.S. HAS to be brought under “a New World Order. George H.W. Bush once commented (from “Family of Secrets” by Russ Baker):
“If the American people knew what we have done, they would string us up from the lamp posts.”
As both the father and brother of Jeb Bush are globalists, it doesn’t seem out-of-line to conclude that globalism runs in the Bush family. Bush’s support of America’s Common Core curriculum, in part, is based on the United Nation’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESC), “Education for All”. The makeup of UNESC includes the same people and the same ideas as found in the U.S. Education Department’s Common Core. Not only was Common Core formulated by the UN, but it was “agreed to” by Barack Obama, funded by Bill Gates, and then imposed on the American people through funding schemes of the Department of Education.
Fact or Coincidence?
Senator Lamar Alexander serves as a Republican elected senator from Tennessee and is the ranking Republican member of the Senate committee on Heath, Education, Labor and Pension (HELP). Years ago Lamar Alexander served as George H. W. Bush’s Secretary of Education. It was during Lamar Alexander’s tenure as Bush’s Secretary of Education that he created the New American Schools Development Corporation . Its goal was education RESTRUCTURING, from Academic Teaching to Skinnerian/Pavolvian. Its aim was to train children for the Global Workforce so docile workers would be able to follow simple instructions, but not inclined to ask questions. Learn more about Skinnerian/Pavolvian by reading Charlotte Iserbyt book, “Back to Basics Reform Or…OBE *Skinnerian International Curriculum.” It just happens that Lamar Alexander has been a long time member of the Council of Foreign Relations which advocates for One World Government. Recently Senator Lamar Alexander, as the Republican ranking member of HELP, proposed a Senate education bill for the reauthorization No Child Left Behind that would have allowed for the continuation of Common Core. Most of the Republican senators supported the bill, while Democrat senators were against the bill.
Jeb Bush Support comes from globalists, elite Republicans, and establishment Republicans
Not unlike the big fat cat Republican donors and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, kingmakers and elitist establishment Republicans view amnesty favorably for the cheap labor it provides and view Jeb Bush as the candidate who can deliver amnesty. Disappointment and anger befell conservatives with the capitulation by Boehner and McConnell in allowing funding for President Obama’s illegal executive order that would provide work permits for five million, etc. There can be little doubt that most rank and file establishment Republicans do support amnesty, believing that being nice to illegals is the key to future electoral success and a pathway for cheap labor. The rift between establishment Republicans and their conservative counterparts is now being played out through TV ads. The Republican-aligned American Action Network is going after three conservative Republicans for opposing a deal that funded the Department of Homeland Security without rolling back President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration.
Phyllis Schlafly tells a different story about the folly of establishment Republicans in refusing to defund Obama’s illegal executive order in her recent article, “Democrats Plan To Win Elections With Illegal Alien Votes.”
Non-governmental organizations, as the four mentioned earlier in this article, are supportive of Jeb Bush, for as a globalist Bush would be in step with their stated mission of subduing the populous and ushering in world government. Their mission dovetails with the goal of Common Core to indoctrinate children with the concept of global unification. As such, Common Core represents a conspiracy of the corporate elitists, the one-world-government types from both side joining together under the UNESCO treaty, item 36 — the binding United Nations Agenda 21 agreement that committed signees to promote universal education. . One of the finest article the author has ever read about Common Core can be found here.
A Jeb Bush candidacy in 2016 must be thwarted
In light of the support Jeb Bush seems to be amassing, there is the good possibility that Jeb, if he hasn’t already, will become the perfect vessel through which Common Core and amnesty can thrive in yet another Bush administration. As a globalist, President Jeb Bush would also provide the means through which a “One World, Centralized Political System” could continue to go forward.
In that Jeb Bush is an important member of the 20-Member Task Force of the Aspen Institute largely funded by George Soros, Bill Gates, and the NWO banksters, should be all the information needed to conclude that Jeb Bush is not an acceptable Republican candidate in 2016.
May the pubic not be duped by the so-called elites who are already working below the radar to anoint Jeb Bush, believing they know what it best for the nation and for the American people.