The trilateral commission and the new world order......

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  • The Subornation of Ronald Reagan

    [FONT=&amp]Millions of Americans put their trust in Ronald Reagan to cut taxes, cut back the power of the federal government, and end the domination of the federal government by the Eastern Establishment. Yet the American people, in voting for Ronald Reagan, got Trilateralist George Bush as Vice-President, and an administration filled with CFR and Trilateral Commission members.[/FONT]
    [FONT=&amp]Ronald Reagan was distinguished by his use of anti-Communist rhetoric to defend an interventionist foreign policy. Yet the first loan approved by the Export-Import Bank after Reagan took office was for $120 million to pay for two nuclear reactors for Communist Romania.[/FONT]
    [FONT=&amp]In early 1981, Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger offered a $20 billion line of credit to Red China for the purpose of selling them military equipment.[/FONT]
    [FONT=&amp]President Reagan carried out a policy in the Middle East of increasingly close friendship with Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Egypt. During the Iran/Iraq war, the Reagan administration openly supported the government of Saddam Hussein.[/FONT]
    [FONT=&amp]According to a report by the Financial Times of London and ABC News Nightline, President Reagan authorized military aid to Iraq in a 1983 Presidential Finding. Between 1983 and 1989, the United States government supplied one planeload of weapons every week to Iraq, free of charge. That was your tax dollars at work.[/FONT]
    [FONT=&amp]At the same time, Iraq received large amounts of weapons from the Soviet Union, France and Red China; Britain, Germany, Austria, Chile and South Africa supplied military technology. And Iraq received tens of billions of dollars from Saudi Arabia and Kuwait to pay for these weapons.[/FONT]
    [FONT=&amp]Ronald Reagan left one additional legacy to us, and to our children and our grandchildren. He ran up the National Debt from $980 billion when he took office to about $2.6 trillion when he left office.[/FONT]
    The Deficit and Dependence

    [FONT=&amp]Ronald Reagan did not invent deficit spending. Indeed, the National Debt was close to a trillion dollars when he took office. But the size of the deficits run up by the Reagan administration seriously compromised America's financial independence. American financial institutions are not capable of funding deficits which exceeded $200 billion a year.[/FONT]
    [FONT=&amp]For some reason, banks and corporations in Japan, Germany and Saudi Arabia had enough confidence in President Reagan to help fund the deficit. According to the recently published book Bankruptcy 1995, banks, corporations and individual investors in Japan, Germany and Saudi Arabia currently hold approximately $453 billion in U.S. Savings Bonds and Treasury Bills.[/FONT]
    George Bush and the New World Order

    [FONT=&amp]When George Bush took over, he faced a massive national debt and continuing budget deficits, financed in growing part by foreign investors. At the same time, Saddam Hussein faced his own debt to Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. Hussein also suffered from one of the things Ronald Reagan did right.[/FONT]
    [FONT=&amp]Shortly after taking office, President Reagan ended price controls on U.S. oil. The newly free market in oil led to a massive increase in U.S. production, declining U.S. dependence on Middle East oil, and a steady decline in world market prices.[/FONT]
    [FONT=&amp]Declining world market prices for oil destroyed OPEC discipline, as members pumped more oil to try to maintain their income. Low oil prices put Iraq in a bind, as it faced the costs of reconstruction as well as demands by Saudi Arabia and Kuwait to repay its war debt.[/FONT]
    [FONT=&amp]When OPEC oil ministers met in late July, 1990, Hussein demanded that other OPEC members cut production to drive the price of oil back up. Hussein also demanded that Saudi Arabia and Kuwait cancel Iraq's debt. None of Hussein's demands were met, and he responded by invading Kuwait.[/FONT]
    [FONT=&amp]The response of President Bush is the defining moment of the New World Order.