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The Trilateral Commission is the 21st Century Committee of 300.

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The Trilateral Commission is the public face of the Committee of 300 as of July 1973. Its core members are rooted in the societies: Order of the Garter (British) and Society of the Cincinnati (Americans). Society of the Cincinnati operates through Cini Foundation,[1] whilst Order of the Garter operates through Jardine Matheson,[2] a Fortune Global 500 company based out of Hong Kong. Many of its members, representing both political parties: Democrat and Republican, meet at functions such as Bohemian Grove.

John D

John D. Rockefeller, Jr., honorary member of the Georgia Society of the Cincinnati

300 member, and honorary member of the Georgia Society of the Cincinnati, John D. Rockefeller Jr., was involved in the development of the vast office complex in Midtown Manhattan known as Rockefeller Center, making him one of the largest real estate holders in the city. Among his projects was the reconstruction of Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia. He was widely blamed for having orchestrated the Ludlow Massacre and other offenses during the Colorado Coalfield War. John Jr. Rockefeller was the father of David Rockefeller, who would later establish "The Trilateral Commission" and Nelson Rockefeller who supported MKUltra through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Much of what is known about the origins of the Committee of 300 is attributed to former British intelligence officer, John Coleman, who served as a political science officer in Angola, West Africa, during the Cold War. Coleman documented his findings on the Committee of 300 and published his report after the Dissolution of the Soviet Union in November 1991.[1]

The origins of the committee can be traced back to the French Revolution, where a very secret body of 300 key Freemasons had secretly ruled France during this period, according to the Autobiography of Wolfe Tone (pub. by R. Barry O’Brien, 1893).

The 300's open economies of interest are exploits in gold, oil, diamonds, drug trafficking, and later in pharmaceuticals. During the Revolutionary period, the 300 ran the world fur market, yielding 1000% profit in American furs.[2] During the Opium Wars, The 300 benefitted from the lucrative China opium trade through its monopolistic BEIC and its beneficiaries.[2] The 300 orchestrated Japanese invasion and occupation of key locations in China, during World War II.

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Emperor Taishō in robes of the Order of the Garter, as a consequence of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance of 1902

Hong Kong was established as a colony of the British Empire after the Qing Empire ceded Hong Kong Island from Xin'an County at the end of the First Opium War in 1841. An Anglo-Japanese Alliance between Britain and Japan was established from January 1902 to 1923 playing a major role in World War I. Imperial Japan occupied British Hong Kong from 1941 to 1945 during World War II. British administration resumed after the surrender of Japan.

Since the Korean War, the 300 funded brainwashing and mind control methods through chemical substance research and development that became MKUltra in the United States,[1] leaving the CIA holding the shitbag.

In Europe, The 300 enabled Italy to become a lucrative European country with links to the Middle East drug trade coming out of Iran and Lebanon. Italy is home to some of Europe's most powerful top oligarchical families whose roots stem from the ancient Italian Black Nobility, the Roman aristocratic families of the Papacy. These prominent Italian families benefited from the Italy-Middle East drug trade, and relied on the Italian terrorist group, Red Brigade (RB) for security, even allowing their homes and/or property to be used as safe houses for Red Brigade cells.

In June 1968, after the Italian general election, Italy's President Giuseppe Saragat appointed Giovanni Leone at the head of the government. Saragat's cabinet was composed of Christian Democracy (DC) party members who were moderately conservative Christian socialists.

Christian Democracy (DC), being the majority party, was concerning to The 300, because moderately conservative Christian policies could interfere with drug trade operations throughout Italy's underground. If The 300 were to weaken the Italian Republic, repercussions could be felt in the Middle East, and even as far as the United States.

Being predominantly Allied affiliated, The 300 needed a think tank to determine the best way to undermine the Italian government, without disrupting Middle East operations, and while flying under the radar of United States Congress. Thus the Club of Rome was formed in 1968 to propose situations for a chaotic Italian Parliament that would keep the drugs flowing.

Flight 54, where are you?
Air America aircraft were relied upon to transport US civilian personnel throughout Vietnam from 1967 to 1969; and Lebanon from 1970 to 1972.

Uh, I'm on my way! Can you wait for me?

Son of Seymour

Son of Seymour

A civilian gardener named Seymour who worked for the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation had a son who graduated two grades earlier than most children who go to high-school. In 1969, son of Seymour graduated at 16 years of age and immediately enrolled at Cooper Union college. Then son of Seymour changed colleges in 1971, and enrolled at Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University. Then in June 1974, son of Seymore dropped out without receiving a degree.

In 2008, Son of Seymour claimed to be intelligent. In 2019, Son of Seymour was found in kneeling position.

With a strong drug trade flowing from the Far East, through Afghanistan, into the Middle East, through Italy, and across to South America, up through Mexico, you then have a U.S. border patrol stop point. U.S. Border patrol stations were added along the Gulf Coast, Florida and the Eastern Seaboard during the 1960s after Fidel Castro triumphed in the Cuban Revolution, followed by the Cuban Missile Crisis.

The Committee of 300 organised into a legal entity in July 1973 as "The Trilateral Commission" in response to the Club of Rome's The Limits to Growth 1972 report. David Rockefeller saw it necessary to unite the three democratic regions of the world: North American Group, European Group and Asia Pacific Group; with the agenda to put limits on concentrated wealth from both Conservative (ie Republican) and Liberal (ie Democratic) Parties. The Group conveys itself as being "bipartisan".

The Trilateral Commission stimulated Steel Crisis situations after the Vietnam War in 1975, causing steel industry destabilisation throughout the Ford and Reagan administrations. Further, Reagan's administration experienced zero-growth in auto and housing industries, sectors that are reliant on steel. In 2015, Economic Policy Institute remarked that "over the past 30 years the U.S. auto industry has faced multiple existential crises."

As a result, Americans experienced unemployment, job loss and destitution. Prime conditions for drug relaxation. However, President Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan encouraged Americans to: "Just say No to drugs".

The Trilateral Commission also kicked up a lot of political dust in European countries and in Africa, during Reagan's administration, by orchestrating the following:

  • Valéry Giscard d'Estaing loosing the 1981 presidential election of France, where it was described that "Giscard took a severe blow to his support when [Jacques] Chirac ran against him in the first round.
  • The end of Helmut Schmidt's Chancellorship of Germany in 1982, a leader who was "active in improving relations with France, together with French President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing."
  • François Mitterrand lengthy presidency of France from 1981 to 1995, described as "the longest time in office in the history of France."
  • Felipe Gonzalez becoming Prime Minister of Spain in 1982.
  • Olof Palme returning to power in 1982 as Prime Minister of Sweden.
  • The House voting 313-83 to override President Ronald Reagan's veto of the Comprehensive Apartheid Act on 29 September 1986. It would have levied economic sanctions against the Republic of South Africa.

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