March 8, 2015

Constitution Party warns of GOP-CFR ties

By Mark Wachtler

March 8, 2015. New York. (ONN) For decades, the idea that a shadow government existed that secretly controlled the United States and its elected officials was as much a conspiracy theory as the magic bullet, the Illuminati or the Trilateral Commission. But today, more and more Americans are discovering the truth. One of those truths comes in the form of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations. And the Constitution Party wants to remind disgruntled Republicans that their Party’s 2016 Presidential frontrunners are all intimately connected to the CFR.

The Council on Foreign Relations is more evidence there is only one establishment party with two names.

As detailed by various sources, including Wikipedia, the Council on Foreign Relations was created in 1921 by a small handful of America’s wealthiest people. The group’s initial fundraiser is historically recorded as going to the 1,000 richest Americans. Today, the semi-secret organization includes roughly 5,000 members from the most powerful families in government, business and academia. It is universally recognized as the most influential organization on American foreign policy.

The world of the CFR

Since hindsight is 20/20, it’s important to look at where America was in 1921 when the CFR was created and where the country is today, after almost a century of the powerful group’s influence on the US federal government. A century ago, the US was a wealthy, self-sustaining powerhouse with sensible but limited ties to foreign influence.

Today, after 94 years of the CFR’s globalist agenda, America has $100 trillion in unfunded liabilities, is on the verge of bankruptcy from generations of empire-building and occupation, is being conquered by a foreign invasion, and has seen its infrastructure and manufacturing base outsourced to foreign lands where the word ‘slavery’ has been replaced by the CFR term ‘market forces’.

CFR and the GOP

In a recent article from Constitution Party National Chairman Frank Fluckiger, he reminds conservative voters that the Republican Party’s 2016 Presidential frontrunners are all connected in one way or another to the Council on Foreign Relations. They include GOP stewards like Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Mike Huckabee and even Rand Paul.

‘Many of our Conservative friends are still taken to the word Conservative,’ the CP National Chair writes, ‘Barry Goldwater’s Conservative was different than the one George Bush used, and that term took on new meaning with Mitt Romney. The point I’m making is Conservative has been diluted to fit any candidate who dons the mantle - from the religious right, to tax cutting politicians, to media stars.’

Fluckiger goes on to submit a theory that is widely held by virtually every Party making up America’s political opposition. ‘Let’s back up,’ he begins, ‘No special interest group has had more impact over foreign policy in the 20th century than the Council on Foreign Relations. I believe America has one political party with two CFR arms.’

Bush, Christie, Huckabee and Paul

The Constitution Party bulletin goes on to include reminders for 2016 voters of the Republican Party’s intimate connection to the Council on Foreign Relations. ‘Mike Huckabee was once listed as a member of the CFR and presumably has not severed all relations to the secretive group,’ the account details, ‘Although it’s hard to find his name as a current member, Jeb Bush was co-chair of the CFR Task Force Report on US Immigration Policy in 2009.’

What about the seemingly populist Rand Paul and Chris Christie? The Constitution Party Chairman warns, ‘Robert Gates, of the internationalist Gates Foundation, and the mega-rich Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, are part of the Rand Paul machine. Zuckerberg is an unlikely Paul ally: he’s long been a Democrat, but held a fundraiser for Chris Christie. Now they’re behind Paul. What do Zuckerberg and Gates know that we don’t?’

The Constitution Party’s Frank Fluckiger closes his message to supporters by saying, ‘Yes, the political power brokers are tough - they have inroads into Conservative campaigns. But we have a bigger constituency: 48% of registered voters do not go to the polls because they see no choices between Socialist Parties A and B. A party with principles, creative ideas, and candidates who speak the truth will inspire many to come to our banner. We need not use “Conservative”, because we are Constitutionists.’

Read the full announcement from the Constitution Party. And be sure to check out the latest edition of their newsletter the American Constitutionist.



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