The Trilateral Commission

The French know very little about the Trialeteral Commission. Believing that universal suffrage is the ultimate weapon to change things, the French do not know that the true economic and political decision-makers are found in elite policy forums, financed by multinational companies.

Extremely powerful groups, such as the Lucis Trust, the Bilderberg Group, the Council on Foreign Relations, the European Council on Foreign Relations, the Bertelsmann Foundation, to name but a few, are the centres of power for a world government in preparation.

Working in close harmony, these elitist groups are the different musicians allowing the globalist orchestra to play a musical score entitled “towards a world government”. In all this, another well-established group also plays a favourable role for the unification of the entire world: the Trilateral Commission.

Created in 1973 by Zbigniew Brzezinski (an advisor to president Obama) and David Rockefeller (former president of the Council on Foreign Relations), the Trilateral Commission comprises three divisions: North America, Europe and Japan.

As Brzezinski states in Le Figaro, the objective of the Trilateral Commission is to allow states to:

“cope with increasingly shared problems which they will not be able to solve, unless they cooperate more closely, which is in their interest and in that of the rest of the world. Hence the idea of creating a non-governmental think-tank comprising a hundred or so people from politics, business, trade unions, universities, etc. who could help us get used to working together and coordinating our policies more efficiently. It is a group which has had the pleasure to count French members among its ranks, people such as Paul Delouvrier, Robert Marjolin, Raymond Barre, Simone Veil, François de Rose, Hubert Védrine, to name but a few…The Trilateral Commission has done much work in its time to bring together Americans, Japenese and Europeans … One of its creations is the G7

In actual fact, the Trilateral Commission is, step by step, working towards world government. One of the steps towards this is the creation of a unified Euro-Atlantic bloc for defence and economic policy.

This is a fact easily confirmed by looking at the key people in charge of this organisation. The president of the Trilateral Commission in Europe is the Irishman Peter Sutherland. Apart from once being the chief of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), he is also the European president of an extremely powerful group which works for the creation a union between Europe and the USA: the Transatlantic Policy Network (TPN).

The TPN, supported by the big multinationals (Boeing, Michelin, Coca-Cola, Bertelsmann, Nestlé, Microsoft, etc.), has clearly stated its objective: the creation of a single transatlantic trade bloc by 2015. 

Peter Sutherland’s role, at the head of both the European Trilateral Commission and the TPN, is to accomplish this project. Given this objective, it is not surprising to see the involvement of Hervé de Carmoy, vice-president of the Trilateral Commission in Europe. Indeed, he is the author of a book whose title explicitly states the final goal of the transatlantic project, Euramérique.

In the completion of the necessary groundwork, the Trilateral Commission leaves nothing to chance. Indeed, Valéry Giscard d’Estaing’s efforts towards a European constitution, made between 2003 and 2004, were in fact directed by Lord Kerr of Kinlochard, a member of the European Trilateral Commission. As well as being former president of Shell and former British ambassador to the United States, he was also the secretary-general to the Convention on the Future of Europe, working alongside Giscard d’Estaing. This is logical as it is necessary to create a European political pillar which is linked to the American pillar in order to create a union between Europe and the USA.

This aim was already clearly stated by the founder of the Paneuropean Movement, Richard de Coudenhove-Kalergi, who, in a speech made in 1950, called for the creation of an “Atlantic Union” leading to a “federation of three”, “with England acting as a bridge between Europe and America”.

These facts highlight the importance of the Trilateral Commission. Its activities must be condemned because it contributes to the formation of a world government, the destroyer of nations and traditions.

Translated from French

The original author was Pierre Hillard. Pierre Hillard holds a PhD in political science and is a former professor of international relations at the ESCE International Business School in Paris. He has been researching the globalist ideology for over fifteen years and has identified its origins, its goals and its leaders. On the strength of this unique expertise, he has written Chronqiues du Mondialisme, a series of articles in which he “decodes” the news and tracks the relentlesss progress of the project to create a world government.


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