Naming Names

Naming Names: Your Real Government

When dark deeds unfold, point the finger in this direction. by Tony Cartalucci
This is your real government; they transcend elected administrations, they permeate every political party, and they are responsible for nearly every aspect of the average American and European’s way of life. When the “left” is carrying the torch for two “Neo-Con” wars, starting yet another based on the same lies, peddled by the same media outlets that told of Iraqi WMD’s, the world has no choice, beyond profound cognitive dissonance, but to realize something is wrong.
What’s wrong is a system completely controlled by a corporate-financier oligarchy with financial, media, and industrial empires that span the globe. If we do not change the fact that we are helplessly dependent on these corporations that regulate every aspect of our nation politically, and every aspect of our lives personally, nothing else will ever change.
The following list, however extensive, is by far not all-inclusive. However after these examples, a pattern should become self-evident with the same names and corporations being listed again and again. It should be self-evident to readers of how dangerously pervasive these corporations have become in our daily lives. Finally, it should be self-evident as to how necessary it is to excise these corporations from our lives, our communities, and ultimately our nations, with the utmost expediency.

International Crisis Group
Background: While the International Crisis Group (ICG) claims to be “committed to preventing and resolving deadly conflict,” the reality is that they are committed to offering solutions crafted well in advance to problems they themselves have created in order to perpetuate their own corporate agenda.
Nowhere can this be better illustrated than in Thailand and more recently in Egypt. ICG member Kenneth Adelman had been backing Thailand’s Prime Minster Thaksin Shinwatra, a former Carlyle Group adviser who was was literally standing in front of the CFR in NYC on the eve of his ousting from power in a 2006 military coup. Since 2006, Thaksin’s meddling in Thailand has been propped up by fellow Carlyle man James Baker and his Baker Botts law firm, Belfer Center adviser Robert Blackwill of Barbour Griffith & Rogers, and now Robert Amsterdam’s Amsterdam & Peroff, a major corporate member of the globalist Chatham House.
With Thailand now mired in political turmoil led by Thaksin Shinwatra and his “red shirt” color revolution, the ICG is ready with “solutions” in hand. These solutions generally involve tying the Thai government’s hands with arguments that stopping Thaksin’s subversive activities amounts to human rights abuses, in hopes of allowing the globalist-backed revolution to swell beyond control.
The unrest in Egypt, of course, was led entirely by ICG member Mohamed ElBaradei and his US State Department recruited, funded, and supported April 6 Youth Movement coordinated by Google’s Wael Ghonim. While the unrest was portrayed as being spontaneous, fueled by the earlier Tunisian uprising, ICG’s ElBaradei, Ghonim, and their youth movement had been in Egypt since 2010 assembling their “National Front for Change” and laying the groundwork for the January 25th 2011 uprising.
ICG’s George Soros would then go on to fund Egyptian NGOs working to rewrite the Egyptian constitution after front-man ElBaradei succeeded in removing Hosni Mubarak. This Soros-funded constitution and the resulting servile stooge government it would create represents the ICG “resolving” the crisis their own ElBaradei helped create.
Notable ICG Board Members:
George Soros Kenneth Adelman Samuel Berger Wesley Clark Mohamed ElBaradei Carla Hills
Notable ICG Advisers:
Richard Armitage Zbigniew Brzezinski Stanley Fischer Shimon Peres Surin Pitsuwan Fidel V. Ramos
Notable ICG Foundation & Corporate Supporters:
Carnegie Corporation of New York Hunt Alternatives Fund Open Society Institute Rockefeller Brothers Fund Morgan Stanley Deutsche Bank Group Soros Fund Management LLC McKinsey & Company Chevron Shell
Brookings Background: Within the library of the Brookings Institute you will find the blueprints for nearly every conflict the West has been involved with in recent memory. What’s more is that while the public seems to think these crises spring up like wildfires, those following the Brookings’ corporate funded studies and publications see these crises coming years in advance. These are premeditated, meticulously planned conflicts that are triggered to usher in premeditated, meticulously planned solutions to advance Brookings’ corporate supporters, who are numerous.
The ongoing operations against Iran, including US-backed color revolutions, US-trained and backed terrorists inside Iran, and crippling sanctions were all spelled out in excruciating detail in the Brookings Institute report, “Which Path to Persia?” The more recent UN Security Council resolution 1973 regarding Libya uncannily resembles Kenneth Pollack’s March 9, 2011 Brookings report titled “The Real Military Options in Libya.”
Notable Brookings Board Members:
Dominic Barton: McKinsey & Company, Inc. Alan R. Batkin: Eton Park Capital Management Richard C. Blum: Blum Capital Partners, LP Abby Joseph Cohen: Goldman, Sachs & Co. Suzanne Nora Johnson: Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Richard A. Kimball Jr.: Goldman, Sachs & Co. Tracy R. Wolstencroft: Goldman, Sachs & Co. Paul Desmarais Jr.: Power Corporation of Canada Kenneth M. Duberstein: The Duberstein Group, Inc. Benjamin R. Jacobs: The JBG Companies Nemir Kirdar: Investcorp Klaus Kleinfeld: Alcoa, Inc. Philip H. Knight: Nike, Inc. David M. Rubenstein: Co-Founder of The Carlyle Group Sheryl K. Sandberg: Facebook Larry D. Thompson: PepsiCo, Inc. Michael L. Tipsord: State Farm Insurance Companies Andrew H. Tisch: Loews Corporation
Some Brookings Experts: (click on names to see a list of recent writings.)
Kenneth Pollack Daniel L. Byman Martin Indyk Suzanne Maloney Michael E. O’Hanlon Bruce Riedel Shadi Hamid
Notable Brookings Foundation and Corporate Support:
Foundations & Governments
Ford Foundation Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation The Rockefeller Foundation Government of the United Arab Emirates Carnegie Corporation of New York Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Banking & Finance
Bank of America Citi Goldman Sachs H&R Block Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. Jacob Rothschild Nathaniel Rothschild Standard Chartered Bank Temasek Holdings Limited Visa Inc.
Big Oil
Exxon Mobil Corporation Chevron Shell Oil Company
Military Industrial Complex & Industry
Daimler General Dynamics Corporation Lockheed Martin Corporation Northrop Grumman Corporation Siemens Corporation The Boeing Company General Electric Company Westinghouse Electric Corporation Raytheon Co. Hitachi, Ltd. Toyota
Telecommunications & Technology
AT&T Google Corporation Hewlett-Packard Microsoft Corporation Panasonic Corporation Verizon Communications Xerox Corporation Skype
Media & Perception Management
McKinsey & Company, Inc. News Corporation (Fox News)
Consumer Goods & Pharmaceutical
GlaxoSmithKline Target PepsiCo, Inc. The Coca-Cola Company

Council on Foreign Relations
Background & Notable Membership: A better question would be, who isn’t in the Council on Foreign Relations? Nearly every self-serving career politician, their advisers, and those populating the boards of the Fortune 500 are CFR members. Many of the books, magazine articles, and newspaper columns we read are written by CFR members, along with reports, similar to Brookings Institute that dictate, verbatim, the legislation that ends up before the West’s lawmakers.

A good sampling of the most active wings of the CFR can be illustrated best in last year’s “Ground Zero Mosque” hoax, where CFR members from both America’s political right and left feigned a heated debate over New York City’s so-called Cordoba House near the 3 felled World Trade Center buildings. In reality, the Cordoba House was established by fellow CFR member Feisal Abdul Rauf, who in turn was funded by CFR financing arms including the Carnegie Corporation of New York, chaired by 9/11 Commission head Thomas Kean, and various Rockefeller foundations.
Notable CFR Corporate Support:
Banking & Finance
Bank of America Merrill Lynch Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. JPMorgan Chase & Co
American Express
Barclays Capital Citi Morgan Stanley Blackstone Group L.P. Deutsche Bank AG New York Life International, Inc. Prudential Financial Standard & Poor’s Rothschild North America, Inc. Visa Inc. Soros Fund Management Standard Chartered Bank Bank of New York Mellon Corporation Veritas Capital LLC Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. Moody’s Investors Service
Big Oil
Chevron Corporation Exxon Mobil Corporation
BP p.l.c. Shell Oil Company Hess Corporation ConocoPhillips Company
TOTAL S.A. Marathon Oil Company Aramco Services Company Military Industrial Complex & Industry
Lockheed Martin Corporation Airbus Americas, Inc. Boeing Company, DynCorp International General Electric Company Northrop Grumman Raytheon Company Hitachi, Ltd. Caterpillar BASF Corporation Alcoa, Inc.
Public Relations, Lobbyists & Legal Firms
McKinsey & Company, Inc. Omnicom Group Inc. BGR Group
Corporate Media & Publishing
Bloomberg Economist Intelligence Unit News Corporation (Fox News) Thomson Reuters Time Warner Inc. McGraw-Hill Companies
Consumer Goods
Nike, Inc. Coca-Cola Company PepsiCo, Inc. HP Toyota Motor North America, Inc.
Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. De Beers
Telecommunications & Technology
AT&T Google, Inc. IBM Corporation Microsoft Corporation Sony Corporation of America Xerox Corporation Verizon Communications
Pharmaceutical Industry
GlaxoSmithKline Merck & Co., Inc. Pfizer Inc.
The Chatham House
Background & Membership: The UK’s Chatham House, like the CFR and the Brookings Institute in America, has an extensive membership and is involved in coordinated planning, perception management, and the execution of its corporate membership’s collective agenda.
Individual members populating its “senior panel of advisers” consist of the founders, CEOs, and chairmen of the Chatham House’s corporate membership. Chatham’s “experts” are generally plucked from the world of academia and their “recent publications” are generally used internally as well as published throughout Chatham’s extensive list of member media corporations, as well as industry journals and medical journals. That Chatham House “experts” are submitting entries to medical journals is particularly alarming considering GlaxoSmithKline and Merck are both Chatham House corporate members.
No better example of this incredible conflict of interest can be given than the current Thai “red” color revolution being led by Chatham House’s Amsterdam & Peroff with consistent support lent by other corporate members including the Economist, the Telegraph and the BBC.
In one case, the Telegraph printed, “Thai protests – analysis by Dr Gareth Price and Rosheen Kabraji,” within which Price and Kabraji make a shameless attempt at defending the Western-backed, Maoist themed, violent protests. While the Telegraph mentioned that Price and Kabraji were both analysts for the Chatham House, they failed to tell readers that the Telegraph itself retains a corporate membership within the Chatham House as does the Thai protest leader’s lobbyist, Robert Amsterdam and his Amsterdam & Peroff lobbying firm.
Notable Chatham House Major Corporate Members: Amsterdam & Peroff BBC Bloomberg Coca-Cola Great Britain Economist GlaxoSmithKline Goldman Sachs International HSBC Holdings plc Lockheed Martin UK Merck & Co Inc Mitsubishi Corporation Morgan Stanley Royal Bank of Scotland Saudi Petroleum Overseas Ltd Standard Bank London Limited Standard Chartered Bank Tesco Thomson Reuter United States of America Embassy Vodafone Group
Notable Chatham House Standard Corporate Members: Amnesty International BASF Boeing UK CBS News Daily Mail and General Trust plc De Beers Group Services UK Ltd G3 Good Governance Group Google Guardian Hess Ltd Lloyd’s of London McGraw-Hill Companies Prudential plc Telegraph Media Group Times Newspapers Ltd World Bank Group
Notable Chatham House Corporate Partners:
British Petroleum Chevron Ltd Deutsche Bank Exxon Mobil Corporation Royal Dutch Shell Statoil Toshiba Corporation Total Holdings UK Ltd Unilever plc Conclusion
These organizations represent the collective interests of the largest corporations on earth. They not only retain armies of policy wonks and researchers to articulate their agenda and form a consensus internally, but also use their massive accumulation of unwarranted influence in media, industry, and finance to manufacture a self-serving consensus internationally.
To believe that this corporate-financier oligarchy would subject their agenda and fate to the whims of the voting masses is naive at best. They have painstakingly ensured that no matter who gets into office, in whatever country, the guns, the oil, the wealth and the power keep flowing perpetually into their own hands. Nothing vindicates this poorly hidden reality better than a “liberal” Nobel Peace Prize wearing president, dutifully towing forward a myriad of “Neo-Con” wars, while starting yet another war in Libya.
Likewise, no matter how bloody your revolution is, if the above equation remains unchanged, and the corporate bottom lines left unscathed, nothing but the most superficial changes will have been made, and as is the case in Egypt with International Crisis Group stooge Mohamed ElBaradei worming his way into power, things may become substantially worse.
The real revolution will commence when we identify the above equation as the true brokers of power and when we begin systematically removing our dependence on them, and their influence on us from our daily lives. The global corporate-financier oligarchy needs us, we do not need them, independence from them is the key to our freedom.
For more information on alternative economics, getting self-sufficient and moving on without the parasitic, incompetent, globalist oligarchs:
The Lost Key to Real Revolution Boycott the Globalists Alternative Economics Self-Sufficiency
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