his campaign against the American people -against
traditional American culture and values - is systematic
psychological warfare. It is orchestrated by a vast array of
interests comprising not only the Eastern establishment but
also the radical left. Among this group we find the
Department of State, the Department of Commerce, the money
center banks and multinational coporations, the media, the
educational establishment, the entertainment industry, and
the large tax-exempt foundations.
Mr. President, a careful examination of what is
happening behind the scenes reveals that all of these
interests are working in concert with the masters of the
Kremlin in order to create what some refer to as a New World
Order. Private organizations such as the Council on Foreign
Relations, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, the
Trilateral Commission, the Dartmouth Conference, the Aspen
Institute for Humanistic Studies, the Atlantic Institute,
and the Bilderberger Group serve to disseminate and to
coordinate the plans for this so-called New World Order in
powerful business, financial, academic, and official
circles. . . .
The psychological campaign that I am describing, as I
have said, is the work of groups within the Eastern
establishment, that amorphous amalgam of wealth and social
connections whose power resides in its control over our
financial system and over a large portion of our industrial
sector. The principal instrument of this control over the
American economy and money is the Federal Reserve System.
The policies of the Industrial sectors, primarily the
multinational corporations, are influenced by the money
center banks through debt financing and through the large
blocks of stock controlled by the trust departments of the
money center banks.
Anyone familiar with American history, and particularly
American economic history, cannot fail to notice the control
over the Department of State and the Central Intelligence
Agency which Wall Street seems to exercise....
The influence of establishment insiders over our foreign
policy has become a fact of life in our time. This pervasive
influence runs contrary to the real long-term national
security of our Nation. It is an influence which, if
unchecked, could ultimately subvert our constitutional
The viewpoint of the establishment today is called
globalism. Not so long ago, this viewpoint was called the
"one-world" view by its critics. The phrase is no longer
fashionable among sophisticates; yet, the phrase "one-world"
is still apt because nothing has changed in the minds and
actions of those promoting policies consistent with its
Mr. President, in the globalist point of view,
nation-states and national boundaries do not count for
anything. Political philosophies and political principles
seem to become simply relative. Indeed, even constitutions
are irrelevant to the exercise of power. Liberty and tyranny
are viewed as neither necessarily good nor evil, and
certainly not a component of policy.
In this point of view, the activities of international
financial and industrial forces should be oriented to
bringing this one-world design - with a convergence of the
Soviet and American systems as its centerpiece - into being.
. . . All that matters to this club is the maximization of
profits resulting from the practice of what can be described
as finance capitalism, a system which rests upon the twin
pillars of debt and monopoly. This isn't real capitalism. It
is the road to economic concentration and to political