Barack Obama’s choice of Chuck Hagel to be the next Secretary of Defense is perhaps the single most overt nod to the president’s obsessive pursuit of making the United States merely a player among many in a one-nation-under-the-United Nations agenda. In the Obama administration, even if you hold various views that would seem to contradict those of Barack Obama, so long as you embrace the globalist agenda you are welcomed.
(Comrade Obama picks up where past globalists left off…)
Chuck Hagel was, and perhaps still is, among the most staunch pro-life politicians in Washington D.C. Barack Obama is of course, among most radical pro-choice national politicians – refusing even to ban partial birth abortions. Hagel has a rather controversial history regarding gay rights as well – including comments that an openly gay man should never be allowed to serve as a U.S. Ambassador. Barack Obama on the other hand, particular in recent years, has become increasingly vocal in his support of gay rights.
Despite these glaring contradictions though, it is Hagel’s world view and America’s place in that world where both men find very common globalist ground. Some have even indicated that regarding foreign relation policy, Chuck Hagel is to the left of Hillary Clinton. Hagel has refused to declare radicalized Muslim organizations such as Hezbollah as terrorist groups, was only one of four Senators to refuse signing a pledge of support for Israel in 2000, and is a former Chairman of the Atlantic Council. What is the Atlantic Council you say? Here’s a brief rundown:
“The Atlantic Council claims to be a ”preeminent, non partisan institution devoted to promoting transatlantic cooperation and international security.” It is partnered with NATO and sponsored financially by some of Wall Street and London’s largest, most powerful corporate-financier interests. These include many of the big oil interests poised to reap a whirlwind of profits over NATO-backed regime change in Libya, namely BP, Chevron, Exxon, and Shell. It also includes defense contractors already enriched by the protracted bloodshed in Northern Africa including Raytheon, BAE, SAAB Technologies, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, General Dynamics, andNorthrop Grumman. Additionally, the world’s largest banks and equity firms sponsor Atlantic Council, including Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank, Barclays Capital, the Blackstone Group, Citigroup, and Credit Suisse Bank. There is also a tremendous amount of foundation support, each with a nefarious back-story worthy of their own thorough examination, including the Carnegie Corporation of New York , the Ford Foundation, and billionaire bankster George Soros’ Open Society Institute.
…But perhaps most alarming is the Council’s sponsorship by a large representation from “reputable” news and media agencies, including Thomson Reuters, News Desk Media, Bloomberg (which includes BusinessWeek), and Google.
…In addition to the windfall of profits to be made in Libya, it is specifically noted by another global corporate-financier nexus, the Brookings Institution, that the battle for Libya is being waged in order to establish the primacy of “international law” over that of the nation-state. Clearly by “international law,” Brookings means the dictates proposed by think-tanks like itself or the Atlantic Council, rubber stamped by the UN and pursued by an alliance driven by Wall Street and London interests. To portray a bid for global empire as a progressive humanitarian mission to alleviate unrest they themselves created over the course of decades, is indeed a “global con.” LINK
So with Chuck Hagel’s proven globalist track record, Barack Obama forgives all other potential policy disputes he might have with Senator Hagel. Support of the globalist agenda is priority #1 with the Obama White House.