The TPP, Monsanto, Rockefeller, Trilateral Commission, Brzezinski

All hands on deck for global, economic, corporate dictatorship

by Jon Rappoport

May 27, 2015

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There are dots to connect here. They’re real, and they’re spectacular.

Let me begin with a brief exchange from a 1978 interview, conducted by reporter Jeremiah Novak. He was speaking with two American members of the Trilateral Commission (TC), a group founded in 1973 by David Rockefeller and his intellectual flunkey, Zbigniew Brzezinski.

NOVAK: Yes, but why doesn’t President Carter come out with it and tell the American people that [US] economic and political power is being coordinated by a [Trilateral Commission] committee made up of Henry Owen and six others? After all, if [US] policy is being made on a multinational level, the people should know.

RICHARD COOPER [Trilateral Commission member]: President Carter and Secretary of State Vance have constantly alluded to this in their speeches.

KARL KAISER [Trilateral Commission member]: It just hasn’t become an issue.

Source: “Trilateralism: The Trilateral Commission and Elite Planning for World Management,” ed. by Holly Sklar, 1980. South End Press, Boston. Pages 192-3.

This through-the-looking-glass moment summed up the casual arrogance of Trilateral members: of course US government policy was in the hands of Trilateralists; what else would you expect?

US government policy most certainly covers the area of international trade—and Cooper and Kaiser were foreshadowing blockbuster trade treaties to come: e.g., NAFTA, GATT (which established the World Trade Organization), CAFTA, and now, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which is being negotiated in secret among 12 nations responsible for a major amount of world trade and world GDP.

Here are two key Trilateral quotes that reflect this global outlook—by which I mean a world dominated by mega-corporations:

“The nation state as a fundamental unit of man’s organized life has ceased to be the principal creative force: International banks and multinational corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the nation-state.” — Zbigniew Brzezinski, 1969.

Brzezinski was Obama’s foreign policy mentor after Obama won the Presidency in 2008.

Any doubt on the question of Trilateral Commission goals is answered by David Rockefeller himself, the founder of the TC, in his Memoirs (2003):

“Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure—one world, if you will. If that is the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”

“Integrated global political and economic structure” means: domination of populations via giant corporations.

Here is the payoff. The current US Trade Representative (appointed by Obama in 2013), who is responsible for negotiating the TPP with 11 other nations, is Michael Froman, a former member of the Trilateral Commission. Don’t let the word “former” fool you. TC members resign when they take positions in the Executive Branch of government. And when they serve in vital positions, such as US Trade Representative, they aren’t there by accident. They’re TC operatives with a specific agenda.

The TPP IS a major item on the Trilateral to-do list. Make no mistake about it.

Let’s move along to Monsanto, one of those mega-corporations the Trilateralists fervently favor.

From 2001 to 2008, a man named Islam Siddiqui was a staunch US lobbyist for, and vice president of, CropLife America. Siddiqui represented Monsanto, BASF, Bayer, Dow, DuPont, Syngenta—the biggest and most aggressive biotech GMO corporations in the world.

On October 21, 2011, Siddiqui’s new appointment (by Obama) was confirmed. He became the federal government’s Chief Agricultural Negotiator, and served in that position until he resigned on December 12, 2013. During his tenure, Siddiqui, Monsanto’s man, was up to his ears in negotiating the TPP.

On April 22, 2009, Siddiqui had addressed the press in a US State Dept. briefing disingenuously titled “Green Revolution”:

“What we need now in the 21st century is another revolution… you would not do it just by conventional breeding. You need to have use of 21st century technologies, including biotechnology, genetic [GMO] technology… And these molecules, which are being used (inaudible), they are state-of-the-art technologies, using molecular biology. Especially in chemicals [pesticides], they have less harsh footprint on the environment, they are more green, in terms of the adverse effects and ecological effects. They are also tested more thoroughly.”

Siddiqui is a disinformation pro. For example, the most widely used pesticide in the world, deployed in conjunction with Monsanto’s GMO crops, was tested so “thoroughly” for safety that it is now declared a probable carcinogen by the World Health Organization. You may have heard of it: Roundup.

Siddiqui’s tenure negotiating US interests in the TPP surely favored big biotech, and all the companies who make their living selling GMO crop-seeds and pesticides.

The predicted outcome of the TPP vis-à-vis GMOs? It’s obvious. Nations who resist the importation of GMO food crops will be sued, in private tribunals, for interfering with “free trade.”

This is the future writ large, unless the TPP is derailed.

Consider the local movement in Hawaii’s Maui County, where in the last election, citizens voted to block long-standing Monsanto/Dow experimentation with GMOs and their attendant pesticides, until an independent investigation could assess the health effects of those reckless open-air activities.

Monsanto immediately sued to suspend the force of the vote, successfully obtained an injunction, and the case has been hung up in federal court ever since.

Under the TPP, all successful local community actions against GMOs and their pesticides, anywhere in the 12-member countries, would be viewed per se as obstructions to free trade; and instead of engaging in a public and messy court battle, corporations could simply sue (or threaten to sue) the offending member country in a private tribunal, automatically defeat the local communities, and win a cash judgment.

Attempts to label GMOs, and previous laws allowing labeling in various countries, could be arbitrarily canceled.

Consider the recent astounding action of US Trade Representatives in Europe. Using yet another disastrous trade treaty under negotiation, the TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership), US Trade Reps pressured the European Union (EU) to modify its stance on pesticides.

The Guardian (May 22, 2015) headline and tag says it all:

“EU dropped pesticide laws due to US pressure over TTIP, documents show… US trade officials pushed EU to shelve action on endocrine-disrupting chemicals linked to cancer and male infertility to facilitate TTIP free trade deal”.

Note: this repressive and criminal action didn’t even involve a treaty that had been ratified. The pressure was all about the so-called positive economic impact the TTIP would have, when passed, for Europe. And in the face of that money benefit, and the threat of its removal (by ditching the TTIP negotiations), who would dare curb the import and use of chemicals that achieve something as “minor” as disrupting human endocrine systems and causing male infertility and cancer?

This is the sort of judgment we can look forward to, if and when the TTP and the TTIP are ratified.

This is the face of corporate Globalism. This is the face of the Globalist Trilateral Commission.

Recently, US Senator Jeff Sessions broke the code of silence on what is in the forbidden-to-be-disclosed TPP Treaty. His most pungent revelation concerned “living agreements.” Thus giving new meaning to the term bait-and-switch.

Living agreements are arbitrary changes that can be made to the treaty, by Presidential fiat, without consulting Congress, after the treaty has been ratified.

That’s right. In other words, the treaty is the treaty until it isn’t, until it’s something more, something different, something worse, something that empowers mega-corporations to a greater degree than previously negotiated.

Because those corporations, those Monsantos and Dows and Syngentas, wouldn’t want to miss a trick, wouldn’t want to forego suddenly realizing how they can exert even more dominance, would they?

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Barbara Chicherio offers a powerful clue about what’s to come if the TPP is ratified (“Trans-Pacific Partnership and Monsanto,”

“Trade agreements have a history of displacing small farmers and destroying local food economies. Ten years following the passage of NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) 1.5 million Mexican farmers became bankrupt because they could not compete with the highly subsidized US corn entering the Mexican market.

“In the same 10 years Mexico went from a country virtually producing all of its own corn to a country that now imports at least half of this food staple. Mexican consumers are now paying higher prices for Monsanto’s GMO corn.”

It isn’t just GMOs. Suppose a US pharmaceutical company decides to export a new drug to Japan or Australia or Canada, all members of the TPP. And suppose the drug is highly toxic. And suppose the governments of those nations object. The US company could sue, win a huge $$ judgment, and force the export to go through anyway.

As I’ve written in previous articles, the details of the TPP negotiations and the text of the TPP are secret. Government officials in the member nations are not allowed to know all the details of the treaty, nor are they permitted to reveal what they know to the public.

This is an oligarchic dictatorship of corporations on a global scale. Along with a purposeful dumb-show, played out by government officials: “I don’t even know much about what’s in the trade treaty. And if I did, I couldn’t tell you.” So far, Senator Sessions is the only exception.

Those people who still believe that One World United, delivered to us by the powers-that-be, will lead to a better life for all, need to put that fairy tale away and see the underlying framework and the underlying betrayal.

The Globalist/Trilateral Community aims to destroy the rights and power of all communities, and ultimately, destroy all people who still have a grip on the word freedom.

This is the grinning nightmare descending in the long night, professing to help us all, claiming to know the details of better living through chemistry, asserting that trade treaties couldn’t harm a flea…and television news assures us that, at worst, this is just another he-said he-said debate, nothing to worry about, be happy, march forward, eyes closed, mouths shut, mind quiet.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

21 comments on “The TPP, Monsanto, Rockefeller, Trilateral Commission, Brzezinski

  1. Rex says:

    These corporations should not be given the benefit of a doubt…yet the lamestream media seems to be doing just that. Thanks for keeping the pressure on Jon!

  2. Orion says:

    Thank you Jon, Great to see the dots connected other then in flow charts…

  3. Jackie ONeil says:

    How does one go about firing all corporations, that is our buggaboo and we need to relieve ourselves of this monster, please let us do something permanent and right for a change, thanks.

    • rich says:

      Mcdonalds is going bankrupt because of rising awareness about what they’ve been selling. As people become more aware of microeconomics as an alternative to box stores, the same will happen to the rest of the multinationals.

  4. mangrove says:

    Excellent, and quite the eye-opener. Thanks for keeping up the fight. This is a tough one. I’m not too optimistic, but will continue to try and spread the information you and others present, to those willing to look and listen.

  5. DDearborn says:


    One does not have to “fire” a corporation. One has merely to revoke their corporate charter and business license. People have forgotten that corporations can be shut down for any number of reasons including not acting in the public good. Let alone committing multiple major felonies against the people as a whole such as the libor convictions. More than ample grounds to revoke their right to due business. Hells bells people, the government does it as a routine matter all the time. The only difference of course is that for the most part the corporations the government goes after are small in terms of revenues, profits and visibility. There is nothing stopping the government from shutting down these criminal banks accept the corrupt politicians and government agencies themselves.

  6. Karl G says:

    Health-care (or, rather, health-control) is another area where “they” have come far to establish a global, economic, corporate dictatorship. One campaign, so well executed that I am sure even most of the followers of Jon believe in it, is the campaign against sunlight and exposure to UV light. It started in the end of the 1970 and is now so rooted in the western society that most people are sure that ANY exposure to UV-light considerably increases the risk of skin-cancer.

    The aim of this campaign is to deplete our natural immune defence and make us more prone to illnesses. With that is fulfils several goals of the global, economic and corporate dictatorship.

    I have studied this anti-UV campaign during several years by now and this is only one of my findings:


      The above website and its information is well worth the read…vitamin d is a basis upon which your immune system is built and kept strong. Good old fashioned, face to the sun sunshine.
      Vitamin d deficiency is apparent in all illness.

      And as it has been stated by those who know…vitamin d should be called a master hormone rather than a vitamin , as your body will not excrete a surplus but will store it in every possible place it can within your body.
      Planet earth is presently within a vitamin d deficiency epidemic.

  7. donnavoetee says:

    Corporations were not meant to last into perpetuity. They are fictions, a creation of the State, and the ultimate cover for wicked men who want to hide their actions. We know a pastor friend in Rayville, MO who ran for mayor with the intentions of righting a lot of wrongs and getting a lot of good done for the town. He kept getting blocked every time he tried something. Someone told him that it was because the town was incorporated. He took on the task of un-incorporating, and he said it was the most intense spiritual battle he has ever fought. He won, however, and the last report we heard (2012), he said there was peace and goodwill in that place like there had never been. Pastor Thomas McConnell, Rayville Missouri if you care to vet the story.

  8. ozziethinker says:

    Jon, I have been invited to do an interview session with the Global Freedom Movement this Sunday and this subject may come up.

    GMO’s are still a mystery but I can only calculate this is the preparation for a new type of [human] hybrid even though it might collapse existent natural order in the meantime. The rest is much easier to work out.

    Pollution (of various types) creates ALL viruses which show up as deformed cell patterns (something like early stage cancer). Some (but not all) early vaccines were an attempt at “cure” but the rest are created to aggravate conditions whilst weakening immune systems (creating permanently sickly peoples). Corporate health then produces “get out of jail free cards” for the corporate classes who are regularly given “antidote” medications. Useful eaters are kept alive by the system and the others are left to die.

    The cute new name for pollution is “carbon”.


  9. laurabruno says:

    Reblogged this on Laura Bruno's Blog and commented:

    I’m so glad Jon Rappoport’s writing extensively about the TPP. This is a must read article connecting dots for anyone who’s wondered why I keep referencing this as one of THE most important things needing to be flushed out and away.

  10. bdbinc says:

    Reblogged this on BDBinc and commented:

    The proposed corporate dictatorship (or NWO).

  11. gail007 says:

    Reblogged this on gail007 and commented:
    Corporate greed at its finest on a global scale with built in deceit for future adjustments at will as needed for complete totalitarian takeover of the planet

  12. Theodore says:

    Obama’s Push for Trade Deal Faces Bipartisan Peril in House


    MAY 31, 2015

    “By contrast, most Republicans conceptually side with President Obama, contending that the forces of globalization are inevitable and that trade deals like the T.P.P. will help open foreign markets to American goods and services. They support the White House’s effort to forge deals that protect intellectual property from theft and promote investor rights through strong international rules, which are seen as crucial to expanding opportunities for a wide range of American industries, including aircraft, entertainment, HARMACEUTICALS and insurance.” (emphasis added)


    “I understand economics. I understand comparative advantage. I understand livestock producers in Ohio who want to sell [even more] pork in Japan,” said an exasperated Mr. Jordan [Republican of Ohio and leader of the conservative House Freedom Caucus], whose vote could influence a dozen or more conservatives. “But I’ve got a real problem here.”

    Here is the source for “I understand livestock producers in Ohio who want to sell [even more] pork in Japan” — that the NYT writer forgot to link to:

    Grassley and Ag Reject Japan’s TPP Offer

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