by Zen Gardner - Jul 26, 2015
In the not-too-distant past, Antony Sutton was counted among the more respected historians in higher education, holding the title of research fellow at the esteemed Hoover Institute at Stanford University.
Before being jettisoned from this coveted position by the Trilateral-affiliated dean, Sutton was (and remains) one of the most thorough academic researchers on the machinations of the Anglo-American Establishment to date.
His work was so well-documented that, despite being antagonistic towards Sutton’s worldview, even Rhodesian globalist Zbigniew Brzezinski cited the accuracy of his research in his book, Between Two Ages .
Of the erudite body of work produced by Antony Sutton, he remains best known for his books on banking, industrial, corporate, and military aid to Nazi Germany and the USSR by American companies. The most widely read of these volumes, Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler and Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution , hold that a secret cabal of Anglo-American forces have been integral in the creation and support of every “East vs. West” dialectic of the past century. Quite a thesis, with a slew of primary documentation and the pedigree to back it up.
Needless to say, Sutton had to go.
His removal from the hallowed and controlled halls of Academia didn’t stop him, though, as he continued to publish research on Deep Politics related to the Trilateral Commission and Skull and Bones , among other things. Unfortunately, as seems to be a tendency among great researchers speaking truth to power, Sutton passed too early back in 2002, and since, his investigation into the international Anglophile cabal has remained largely unadvanced. Until recently, there was no “Great Eastern Superpower” to warrant such research, as the bulk of occulted geopolitical study was focused instead on the “War on Terror” paradigm; in a post-2008 world in which the media, both alternative and otherwise, have readily forecast a rise of the BRICS “anti-hegemon,” (as they’re called by some) this has all changed.
James Corbett of The Corbett Report has recently taken up the mantle of Antony Sutton, challenging the open source research community to investigate potential ties between the Anglo-American Establishment and the growth of China as a world power in the 21st Century . In an attempt to rise to the occasion, this article seeks to help with the heavy lifting; and, as the title indicates, will investigate this narrative through the lens of Agenda 21 in China.
What I’ve managed to find thus far is fascinating, if not somewhat expected.
Trilaterals Over Tianjin“It is not generally recognized by outsiders that almost all the information gathered by any espionage net is nonsecret material fully available to anyone as public information.”
-Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope , pg. 920
Tianjin is no normal Chinese city. Billed as a joint partnership between China and Singapore , Tianjin is one of the United Nations’ flagship “Eco-Cities.” In fact, it’s no normal “Eco-City,” either; the UN has a particular affinity for Tianjin, going so far as to hold its annual Climate Change Convention there in 2010 . It’s a textbook “green engineered” Smart City as called for in the 1992 Rio Conference on Sustainable Development , colloquially known as Agenda 21; and despite China erecting these “Smart Cities” en-masse in recent years , Tianjin remains one the country’s only successful “sustainable” ventures.
|Tianjin: The future slums of Eco-Fascism|
Taking a glance at their “Partners” page , three entities stand out as particularly noteworthy (circled in red):
|General Motors, Mitsui Fudosan Residential, and Samsung|
One helped build the Nazi Empire. Two are members of the globalist Trilateral Commission. Another is among the infamous zaibatsu , established in the wake of the Meiji Restoration as the West’s mercantile dog in Asia. All have historical ties to the “apex of [Western] industry,” otherwise known as the “power elite.”
We first turn our glance, as Antony Sutton once did, towards General Motors .
From Sustainable Wars to Sustainable Development
|Yes, this actually happened.|
Opel, Germany’s largest tank supplier, was a wholly owned subsidiary of General Motors and a seminal example of the early Military Industrial Complex. 1936 marked a profitable turning point for the enterprising Nazis at GM , as the Reich granted them tax-exempt status in order to expand factories for the upcoming war effort. Not exactly the “Arsenal of Democracy” you heard about on the History Channel, is it?
|Opel Tanks – ‘Like A Rock’|
America makes bombs, Germany makes bombs, GM makes a killing. Sutton says of this incestuous “apex” of American industry:
It should come as no shock to the attentive student of history that GM’s documented affiliation with the Third Reich is more than indicative of their participation in the establishment of the digital, technocratic, global Fourth Reich represented by “Smart Cities” like Tianjin. Equally as indicative are the forces behind General Motors, which, perhaps not coincidentally, are much the same today as they were 80 years ago.In brief, American companies associated with the Morgan-Rockefeller international investment bankers — not, it should be noted, the vast bulk of independent American industrialists — were intimately related to the growth of Nazi industry. It is important to note as we develop our story that General Motors, Ford, General Electric, DuPont and the handful of U.S. companies intimately involved with the development of Nazi Germany were — except for the Ford Motor Company — controlled by the Wall Street elite — the J.P. Morgan firm, the Rockefeller Chase [National Bank] and to a lesser extent the Warburg Manhattan bank.
This book is not an indictment of all American industry and finance. It is an indictment of the “apex” — those firms controlled through the handful of financial houses, the Federal Reserve Bank system, the Bank for International Settlements, and their continuing international cooperative arrangements and cartels which attempt to control the course of world politics and economics.
– Antony Sutton, Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler
During the time period investigated in Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler, GM’s largest shareholder was none other than JP Morgan, itself a front for Rothschild interests in America . In the wake of the 2008 “Great Recession,” GM was effectively nationalized. One of its subsidiaries explicitly mentioned by Sutton as maintaining ownership of Opel, the General Motors Acceptance Corporation (GMAC), is now controlled by Cerberus Capital Management , owning a 51% stake.
|Cerberus: The three-headed beast, “powerful and without pity,” that guards the gates of Hell in Greek mythology. Fitting.|
…but they promise they don’t fund fascist empires anymore. Just sustainable cities and networked smart cars :
Doubtlessly, the tank manufacturing assistance provided by the GM of 80 years ago seems far less innocuous than their “Smart Growth” projects of today, like the all-electric, self-driving Chevy EN-V 2.0 . Superficially, the shift from military assistance to “green growth” could even be seen in a positive light. But is it? Does a driverless car, whose inherent aim is to limit human control of the machine, make anyone more free or autonomous themselves? Are cars constantly connected to the Internet, laden with microphones, sensors, and geolocation data a liberating technological development in a world where digital snitches in our pockets (smartphones) already run rampant?
After all, the “public-private partnership” between organizations like Google, Microsoft, Apple, and the NSA have already proven these incestuous relationships to be a civil libertarian’s worst nightmare. Will a similar relationship between the Chinese government and automotive manufacturers bring about the same results?
From China Daily :
The title of China Daily’s article requires a slight addendum, as upon further reading of the passage, “Government” deserves pluralization. Evidently, the Chinese Ministry of Environmental Protection requires the sage advice of the American EPA before proceeding in public-private ecstasy :
|Michael Walsh , EPA adviser, speaks before the China Vehicle Emission Control Policy Symposium in Beijing|
Or was Antony Sutton onto something after all?
The Sustainable Trilaterals
Founded in 1973 by David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski to serve as a coalition of elites within finance and politics from Japan, Europe, and North America, the Trilateral Commission’s ostensible purpose is to “foster closer cooperation among these core industrialized areas of the world with shared leadership responsibilities in the wider international system.”
|The Trilateral Commission’s logo – definitely NOT reminiscent of a Swastika|
Over the course of the late ’70s and early ’80s, Antony Sutton co-authored a series of papers entitled, Trilaterals Over Washington , but in lieu of recounting them here in their entirety, allow this establishment propaganda on the Trilateral Commission from the 1980s sitcom, Barney Miller, to enumerate the Commission’s true intentions (masked as comedy, of course):