Stop the FTAA!  



Rogues� Gallery

by William F. Jasper


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A behind-the-scenes look at some of the key globalist architects and apparatchiks responsible for launching and promoting NAFTA, FTAA and other "free trade" traps.

Henry KissingerDr. Kissinger�s handprints have been all over the drive to establish the FTAA. In 1993, as NAFTA was about to be officially launched, Henry Kissinger said of the trade agreement: "It will represent the most creative step toward a new world order taken by any group of countries since the end of the Cold War, and the first step toward an even larger vision of a free-trade zone for the entire Western Hemisphere." NAFTA "is not a conventional trade agreement," he noted, "but the architecture of a new international system." Dr. Kissinger, a high-level Insider and member of the CFR and Trilateral Commission, knew that the trade agreement label was merely a deceptive cover story to mask the truly treasonous intent of the document�s authors: to destroy the national sovereignty of the United States and all other countries of the Western Hemisphere.

Kissinger, who served as national security adviser to President Richard Nixon and secretary of state under both Nixon and Ford, has turned his career of treachery into an extremely lucrative business as one of the highest paid consultants on the planet. His Kissinger Associates boasts some of the world�s largest corporations as clients. His client list also contains foreign governments, including Communist regimes with which he is a most enthusiastic collaborator. In the new world order envisioned by one-worlders like Kissinger, the United States would gradually be transformed and merged with these regimes in a global socialist state. That supranational state would be ruled by a superior elite, of which he, no doubt, considers himself to be a prime exemplar.

In 1997, Kissinger authored a pro-FTAA op-ed for the Los Angeles Times entitled, "Expand Free Trade To All Western Hemisphere." In 1998, Kissinger and Associates Managing Director David Rothkopf (CFR) was a major participant in an elite conference of globalist Insiders sponsored by Inter-American Dialogue (IAD) that was entitled, "Preparing for the FTAA Negotiations: How to Achieve a Successful Launch." Bill Clinton�s former chief of staff and "special envoy to the Americas," Thomas "Mack" McLarty (CFR), has been representing Kissinger at most of the FTAA-related events. (For more on McLarty, now president of Kissinger McLarty Associates, see:


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