Thursday, March 15, 2012


What the CFR is up to these days -- Global Governance wise!

The Council on Foreign Relations is taking accelerated action, it appears from the story shown above, which may be read in full by clicking here.  It will be secretive, "not-for-attribution dialogue and consensus building."  The announcement was "tweeted" by close Javier Solana associate, Lluis Bassets.  Bassets is the co-author of Javier Solana's only book, REINVINDICION DE LA POLITICA.  The book is so far only available in a Spanish edition.  It is part of my library.

So far, these are the "founding organizations":

Founding Council of Councils Member Organizations:
AustraliaLowy Institute for International Policy
BelgiumCenter for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
BrazilGetulio Vargas Foundation (FGV)
CanadaCenter for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)
ChinaShanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS)
FranceFrench Institute of International Relations (IFRI)
GermanyGerman Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)
IndonesiaCenter for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
IsraelInstitute for National Security Studies (INSS)
ItalyInstitute of International Affairs (IAI)
JapanGenron NPO
MexicoMexican Council on Foreign Relations (COMEXI)
RussiaInstitute of Contemporary Development (INSOR)
SingaporeS. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)
South AfricaSouth African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA)
South KoreaEast Asia Institute (EAI)
TurkeyGlobal Relations Forum (GIF)
United KingdomChatham House (The Royal Institute of International Affairs);
International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS)
United StatesCouncil on Foreign Relations (CFR)
Funding is being supplied by the Minneapolis based Robina Foundation.

Basset said in his tweet that "nobody from Spain" was on the list.  HOWEVER, I hopped over to the Brookings Institution website only to learn that organization was quite happily aware of the CFR happening.  My personal inclination is to believe that Javier Solana, Strobe Talbott are fully aware and in on the planning for this event; however, I'll keep an open mind as to what may develop.

The Robina Foundation was organized by James H. Binger (1916-2004), a lawyer and CEO of Honeywell.  The foundation donated $10.3 million dollars to the CFR this past January to advance the cause of global governance.

Stay tuned!



Constance Cumbey said...

Javier Solana tweeted an article this morning about how "religious based politics harm faith." While I'm sure I would always disagree with that basic premise, seeing how religious folks can be manipulated by those with pseudo-religious agendas, I wonder what Solana's motive is for the re-tweet, given his past obviously anti-clerical history.


Anonymous said...

good post on the linking of all the councils, above video give insight into the council of all councils. Another insidious working of Solana?

Christine Erikson (aka Justina) said...

My initial reaction was we're in trouble. This kind of mass convergence and secretiveness not for quotation can mean nothing good. In the present context of potential WW3
and the information Alex Jones is providing, and the brown dwarf star proximity probability with Revelation 6:12-17 fitting this scenario, or crustal displacement without nibiru, makes me figure they are working seriously on some end game for the rest of us, not for our good.

John Rupp, Jr. said...

My first reaction is same as Christine. We are in trouble. One thing I keep wondering is why all the secrecy surrounding Javier Solana himself. He is such a powerful and influential world leader yet you never see him in the spotlight. Never on the news. I wonder what his role will end up being in this New World Order. I have mentioned him to many people and never yet found anyone who ever heard of him. I'm sure everyone in Spain knows him and most of the European Union beings his past leadership roles there and with NATO. It is almost like these world leaders don't want him obviously known to Americans. Hmmmmm.

Anonymous said...

This story linked to at Global Governance Watch-

Lamy Calls for European-Inspired Global Governance

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Governments are too busy dealing with domestic issues to dedicate sufficient attention and energy to multilateral negotiations, be they trade negotiations or climate negotiations.

~ Pascal Lamy, Director-General of the World Trade Organization, at a speech at Oxford University on March 8, 2012.

Once relegated to the pages of obscure social science journals and discussions among intellectuals, the study of "global governance" has gone mainstream, with several universities now offering graduate degrees in the field. Among those is Oxford University in the United Kingdom, which offers a Masters in Global Governance and Diplomacy. It is perhaps fitting then that, when the revered academic institution hosted Pascal Lamy on March 8, the Director-General of the World Trade Organization gave a speech on the challenges to global governance and steps needed to "streamline" the global governance "system."

In his speech, Lamy asserts that the four main challenges to global governance today are Leadership ("Who is the leader?"); Efficiency ("naysayers" can block decisions); Coherence ("Each international organization focuses on a limited number of issues"); and Legitimacy ("togetherness" weakens significantly as distance to power systems grows.). Addressing these challenges, Lamy says, requires the world turn to Europe, the "one place where attempts to deal with these challenges have been made and where new forms of governance have been tested for the last 60 years."

more at the above link

Constance Cumbey said...

To Anonymous 11:16, a little irreverent, wouldn't you say?!

It was good for a laugh, however. I would definitely not recommend the video for purposes of setting a good example for children!


joanne said...
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Christine Erikson (aka Justina) said...

heads up!

paul said...

Heads up indeed.
When you see all these things come
to pass, look up, for your redemption
draweth near.

Susanna said...

Constance, I hope you are OK and are not near where the tornadoes struck in Michigan

Constance Cumbey said...

Dear Susanna,

Thank you, and am remembering what you went through in Springfield, Mass last year. The tornados went to the north of us (Lapeer County),to the southwest of us (Dexter in Washtenaw County, and to Monroe County. Mercifully our immediate area was spared. The power didn't even blink. We were enjoying our unseasonably warm weather, but I know from experience that such weather can also be tornado season. I pray we all stay safe this year.


Susanna said...

Dear Constance,

I am thankful that you are OK. The very unusual "non-winter" we have had here in Springfield, Massachusetts this year is creeping me out.

I pray we all stay safe this year as well.

John Rupp, Jr. said...

Looks like Sweden is taking the lead in becoming cashless and all electronic.

John Rupp, Jr. said...

This just came out by Javier Solana 2 days ago. He talks about how it is dangerous to stick to out-dated ideas of sovereignty.

Constance Cumbey said...

To John Rupp:

You are an EXCELLENT "watchman on the wall." Thank you for letting me know about the very serious Swedish story which is a sign of what is about to "come upon the earth like a snare" for the rest of us elsewhere.

Very disturbing news.


Constance Cumbey said...

And moreover again to JOHN RUPP, the article by Solana was equally and disturbingly significant.

Thank you!


Constance Cumbey said...

Correction on my first comment. It should read "While I'm sure I would NOT always disagree with that basici premises, seeing how religious folks can be manipulated by those with pseudo-religious agendas, nevertheless, I wonder what Solana's motive is for the re-tweet, given his obviously anti-clerical history."

Constance Cumbey said...
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Constance Cumbey said...

The Robina Foundation supports only four institutions, one of which is the CFR:

Grant Making
The Robina Foundation exclusively supports the four institutions selected by its founder. Unsolicited proposals from other institutions are not accepted.

The Foundation's grantmaking program is proactive and collaborative, driven by a strong commitment to the development of new ideas and models that have the potential to significantly improve both the selected institutions and the larger society in which we live.



Constance Cumbey said...

Collapse comments feature evidently works again!


peacebringer said...

It is interesting to see how "entwined" things are. The list of boards founder of the foundation is a veritable "who's who" of MN companies. Interesting to note the originator was the founder of "Honeywell" who used to be very active in weapons before "spun" off. Also note worthy former MN supreme court justice is on the board of foundation. The "powers that be" are very entwined.

Craig said...

Has anyone seen this?

"Global Consciousness" march to Jerusalem on 30 March with possible Iranian backing.

Christine Erikson (aka Justina) said...

In answer to a question on another thread what politicians are pushing for war with Iran, here are some names but they have following in Congress on this.

Meanwhile, the US is once again the model for problematic legislation abroad. Seems China, on the verge of outlawing secret detentions, has passed a bill approving it, based on the American NDAA. Reminiscent of developments in Nazi Germany inspired by developments here and in England.

China's infamous one child policy was actually the brainchild of some zero population elements here and brought to China by Bush, don't ask for the source I read that in the 1990s.

Anonymous said...

You posted previously an Alice Bailey quote about how the world will (according to her) in time cometo see that the kingdom of God isand has been already here. When I read it it shook me as it is so similar to George Eldan Ladd's work on the theology of the Kingdom. Would you say it is similar? This is the theology of John Wimber of the Vineyard movement, also self labeled 3rd wave of charasmatics/pentacostalism or "Empowered Evangelicals" which is the title of a book by two prominant Vineyard pastors, Rich Nathan and Ken Wilson. I left this movement 4 years ago after being in it for 14 years. I am struggling to learn what is orthodox. After being in leadership at the Columbus Vineyard I have no hesitation in labeling that particular church a cult.

Craig said...

Anon 11:57:

I do believe it's one and the same thing, yes. I'm currently working on a series attempting to illustrate these sorts of connections though I have mentioned this before on my blog.

I'm pretty much convinced all "3rd Wave" hyper-charismaticism comes from this same New Age/occult root.

Bill Johnson's Christology: A New Age Christ?, part I:

The Christ Anointing and the Antichrist Spirit:

I've written about Vineyard/Wimber before back when he/Vineyard was associated with Mike Bickle and the "Kansas City Prophets" before it morphed into International House of Prayer (IHOP).

John Rupp said...

Thank you for the link on the "Global Consciousness" march to Jerusalem. I hadn't seen that yet. That is worth keeping up on.

Christine Erikson (aka Justina) said...

Regarding getting the gift of tongues the technique used all along was to lay on hands and pray and then tell the person to open their mouth and say whatever came out. Now, this is exactly what St. Irenaeus of Lyons in Against Heresies in c. AD 180 described a heresiarch (major heresy leader) as doing, and Irenaeus also commented that it was presumptuous like commanding God to do whatever. St. Paul makes it clear that all do NOT have the gift of tongues, and names it last and emphasizes its purpose is limited, and inappropriate without a translator for an all believer meeting, because it does not edify a stranger in his own tongue, nor edify the believers in the tongue they were using normally (Greek mostly).

Anonymous said...

Nkosazana said:

I think we are on the fast track to tyranny:

Brandon Turbeville
March 18, 2012

In a stunning move, on March 16, 2012, Barack Obama signed an Executive Order stating that the President and his specifically designated Secretaries now have the authority to commandeer all domestic U.S. resources including food and water. The EO also states that the President and his Secretaries have the authority to seize all transportation, energy, and infrastructure inside the United States as well as forcibly induct/draft American citizens into the military. The EO also contains a vague reference in regards to harnessing American citizens to fulfill “labor requirements” for the purposes of national defense.

Anonymous said...

List of banker resignation:

Christine Erikson (aka Justina) said...

That EO doesn't create anything new, these emergency powers have been in place since the 1960s or so, but this order seems to be aiming to put them in practice. A little while agoFEMA has put out an order recruiting relocation specialists and KBR to build three 1 million person camps and to provide food, utilities, etc. for existing camps which are mostly decommissioned military bases.

Anonymous said...


I would caution against coloring all pentecostal believers with the Vinyard movement and their excesses, as well as the excesses of other similar groups (New Apostles and Prophets Movement, etc.).

And it's important to make a distinction between the personal gift of tongues that a believer would experience as a form of personal prayer with God and the gift of tongues and interpretation that is used to edify the body of believers.

Both, though, are clearly supported in Scripture. There will always be wrong and counterfeit expressions of what God does with and through His true believers.

Dave in CA

John Rupp said...

Do you have a link on the FEMA order to build 3, one million person camps?

Anonymous said...


What is your take on the sacraments and the incarnation?

Christianity starts with the idea that God became a human being and has a human body.

The sacraments are profoundly linked to the incarnation, i.e. meeting God in our own world.

gnostics rejected the sacraments, because they rejected the incarnation, held that salvation was through esoteric knowledge instead or purely mental acts.

John Rupp said...

I did some digging and simply went to FEMA's own website Go there and in the search box for the site enter "detention centers" and you will find lots of info on various detention centers and what they call "education service centers" in different counties across the country. They even have photos you can download.

Christine Erikson (aka Justina) said...

"And it's important to make a distinction between the personal gift of tongues that a believer would experience as a form of personal prayer with God and the gift of tongues and interpretation that is used to edify the body of believers.

Both, though, are clearly supported in Scripture. There will always be wrong and counterfeit expressions of what God does with and through His true believers."

Actually, the use of tongues as personal prayer is stated as a keep it to yourself not the body of believers if there is no translator.

Further, it is clearly NOT gibberish but a KNOWN language of someone somewhere. If I am correct, the entire history of the tongues movement always incl. the unscriptural and presumptuous style of getting it going.

It only edifies the body of believers IF there is a translator.
Absent such, it is not to be done and prophesying is superior because it is divinely inspired words in the language known to hearers. Tongues are a sign for unbelievers, its function among believers is very limited, especially when among those who all speak the same language in a meeting where foreigners won't be dropping by.

Corinthians discusses this in depth. And in my experience and that of some others, people who talk in tongues a lot are personally problematic fleshly at best as the Corinthian crew were that Paul had to rein in.

Christine Erikson (aka Justina) said...

on sacraments, I totally agree with you, I ave always had a bias in that direction because of some things in Scripture even when evangelical generic non denominational Christian, and now I am Eastern Orthodox that is very sacramentally minded.

Christine Erikson (aka Justina) said...

on the three extra large FEMA camps,
that is a new enough bubble on this that my only source so far is Alex Jones, but there is apparently an activation on existing ones, with FEMA snapping up all emergency supplies, meals for millions, and suppliers to civilian preppers (preparedness people) having to backorder for them complaining FEMA bought their entire inventory already, that was months ago. Here are a few links.

a search on should turn up a lot of information, incl. copies of govt. documents also youtube has stuff.

One big problem with these kind of people is they only read some parts of the Constitution, and ignore others. "treason" is a term thrown around loosely, ignoring the very narrow definition in the Constitution, and both sides of the potential dispute in the street that martial law would be part of, would view the opposite side as enemies of the Constitution and the nation. Both would probably, in different ways, be correct.

Here is the report of FEMA moving to activate what is there.

rumors of a million person facility in Alaska seems to be hogwash but maybe not, I can't imagine situating a facility like that in a place like that and it would certainly show on the google maps images. here is a google search that you can pursue the subject pro and con,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=1d56d48badd02f22&biw=871&bih=412

Christine Erikson (aka Justina) said...

here is the reason for a lot of these developments. HOWEVER....don't doubt certain people won't take the opportunity to consolidate power and make sure they are in charge when the dust settles. google "deep underground military bases." Also Jesse Ventura on youtube the 2012 conspiracy. Also the police state conspiracy this program of his got yanked off TV I hear, but that might be hype.

I would expect, that power elites being in competition, and ditto elements in the military, they may be aiming to throw each other into camps and exterminate each other before they get around to us. Crisis is opportunity, remember.

Supposedly at least one of those camps has huge furnaces, but then, you would have to heat a lot of buildings and cremate people who died in the catastrophes and were diseased water bloated and so forth and not murdered at all, so it is hard to tell. Worst case scenario might happen, extermination camps, but on the other hand, that might IF it happens only be an occasional side use of something originally not intended for that.

My channel has some favorites links that can be a start,

and my blog,

Mimi's Busy Books said...

Anyone catch this new Executive Order by Obama--March 16.

Confirms and expands a 1950 EO giving more presidential power in emergencies.

Anonymous said...


"And in my experience and that of some others, people who talk in tongues a lot are personally problematic fleshly at best as the Corinthian crew were that Paul had to rein in."

I disagree with your understanding but since this isn't the focus of this blog I don't want to take the "space" to give a more accurate understanding.

Dave In CA

John Rupp said...

Spanish Town,
Thank you for the link on the new EO from the President. That comes straight from the White House Press Office. I think that is worth reading for anyone. READ and DISCERN.

Anonymous said...

Mexico hit by strong earthquake near Acapulco
In the capital, residents flooded on to the streets when the quake struck .

A large earthquake has struck near Acapulco on Mexico's Pacific coast.

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) said the quake had a magnitude of 7.4 and put the epicentre at 15 miles (25km) east of Ometepec, in Guerrero state

Susanna said...

Anonymous 10:22

This was one more in a long series of late Friday afternoon "document dumps" that have occurred when the "regime" thinks no one is paying attention.

After the big web eruption over the Executive Order, it was "explained" as follows.

White House Calls Executive Order ‘Standard and Routine’ After Web Eruption
By Fred Lucas
March 19, 2012

I am not necessarily buying it.

Anonymous said...

This story has been up at Drudge for a few days.

EU climate chief braced for backlash
By Joshua Chaffin in Brussels

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©AFPThree months ago, Connie Hedegaard, Europe’s climate commissioner, emerged triumphant from the international climate negotiations in Durban after she pieced together a well-regarded deal just as the talks seemed on the verge of collapse.

Ms Hedegaard’s secret, she said, was not to buckle. “I know that some other countries tried to go around saying, ‘Europe will always give in at the last moment; you don’t have to listen to them, they become soft,’” she recalled. “That was a real lesson”.


So, you get the point so far of the article. And China now is looking elswhere for deals on Airbuses because of it. Yada yada. The interesting thing, to me, was this part-

she said she was devoting her energy to forging a global agreement to curb airline emissions, which would make the EU policy unnecessary.

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Please don't cut articles from and redistribute by email or post to the web.

Anonymous said...

Please take a listen:
1) This almost sounds like a play by play of the uprooting of two horns with the third (Merkel) on the way.
2)Berlusconi was uprooted to please Merkel but it now appears as if a coalition will arrive to remove Merkel
3) Sovereignty will be transferred to the EU institution and not a person
4) It sounds as if the person speaking has been fully aware of the transitions and it sounds as if the Social Democrats of Europe are the driving power. Who leads the Social democrats of Europe today. The speaker also talks as if he is personally conversant with all of the actors past and present who set up the Euro and saw it prosper in good times. Now in "crisis" sovereignty is being transferred to the the EU and three leaders(horns) are being uprooted to bring it about. I think Herb Peters would have shared my concern. What does Constance think?

Xterraric said...

Wow a stone's throw away almost!

Anonymous said...

The Population Control Agenda

by Dr. Stanley K. Monteith

Anonymous said...

Quote from the above posted link...

"In Germany they came first for the Communists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist. Then they came for the Catholics, and I didn't speak up because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me, and by that time no one was left to speak up."

John Rupp said...

I found this interesting and worth reading and discerning. Today is the "UN World Water Day". I came across this from a link in the European Union website. They are really pushing this in Europe. It is all about sustainability and saving and rationing safe drinking water worldwide.

John Rupp said...

This UN World Water Day gets even more interesting. The agenda of this movement is to try to encourage the world to conserve on water by changing our diets. They are saying that beef takes to much clean water to process and we need to back off meat and eat more grain products. Agenda 21 is really taking action here. It says that this water day started back in 1993. I can't believe all these things that passed right over my head without even noticing.

Christine Erikson (aka Justina) said...

start praying we don't end up in thermonuclear war (and if we do it will be the US's fault).

larouche may be a bit kooky, but this is a good short introduction to what I
already figured out from other sources. And I recall 20 years ago, that there
were senators and others who wouldn't be seen with him in public, that used
his private intelligence gathering service.

Marko said...


That you think a nuclear war would be the US's fault shows me the extent that you have been brainwashed by people like Alex Jones, who, knowingly or not, are the result of generations of propaganda foisted on the Western mind from the Eastern strategists via the KGB and similar entities.

The real enemy is seen as a victim, and the only group of people who can provide safety and security (our government and the military) are portrayed as the enemy.

Good is called bad, bad is called good. I think I read that in the Bible somewhere....

Anonymous said...

I believe that one more thing that Obama isn't telling us...apes will rise up and take over. I saw a whole movie explaining how it'll happen. I'm serious! Some people might think it's crazy, but what I tell you is true!

Anonymous said...


Oh, there you are..

Steve said...

There is a book out called 'How Do You Kill Eleven Million People?' by Andy Andrews. If you haven't seen it, you can read the whole book in 45 minutes tops. I got mine at Barnes & Noble and have passed around since. It's one I would recommend and everyone I've loaned it to is a bit blown away by it. Here is an Amazon link to it.

Christine Erikson (aka Justina) said...

Marko, I had come to these conclusions before I got interested in Alex Jones. Originally he was a simplistic patriot militia type idiot like Bill Cooper, but he took the research further, though still uses some generalizations and flawed use of terms like treason and so forth characteristic of them.

What you need to do is start from scratch, look at the power elites here and in Europe and England, the cental banking scam and the history of our presidents who in any way went against it (almost invariably ended up assassinated), and then the Nazi CIA USA elites collaboration incl. Prescott Bush before during and after WW II and infiltration on both sides of the Iron Curtain and throughout Asia and Africa.

Then you need to collate all this to Bailey and other occultist influences and the elitist ideal world the Rosicrucians claim once existed and want to recreate and that sort of thing.

then re read Cumbey.

then try not to have a heart attack.

Anonymous said...

OK Christine, WHY would it be the US's fault?

Constance Cumbey said...


What you post reminds me in part of what has been written by LaRouche elements. While there is some valuable information sometimes gleanable from their site, I recommend verifying it from independent sources before treating it as fact. It is a political cult of sort centered about Lyndon LaRouche who was when I first became involved in politics, a recognized Marxist. After I started speaking out on the New Age Movement, I found that he too was speaking out on elements of it; however, he was attributing same to being "British monarchy, Italian oligarchy" conspiracy. There was also considerable anti-Semitism in LaRouche circles. The Jews were clearly a TARGET of New Age forces. I always have to remember an underlying New Age strategy of pitting target groups against each other. I don't know what LaRouche's perspectives or motivations are, but I don't know how he can conduct the research he has without seeing the anti-Jewish elements of it.


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