The Globalist’s Information Interlock

Old-Thinker News | April 18, 2009

By Daniel Taylor

Having seen copies of the Futurist as a child on my grandfather’s desk (who kept track of rising trends as a job requirement working with the U.S. Army War College), I had an interest in the issues that the publication covered. I recently decided to subscribe to the magazine for a few months. I expected to see establishment propaganda within the pages of the Futurist, but I didn’t expect that I would begin receiving regular mailings from the Council on Foreign Relations, the United Nations, World Watch Institute, and other globalist organizations.

I couldn’t help but grin when I received a subscription plea from the CFR’s publication Foreign Affairs shortly after exposing the organization’s plan for global governance. Humor aside, this can help us understand the information interlock that helps disseminate globalist ideology throughout government, business, and academia.

Patrick Wood, editor of The August Review, wrote an excellent summary of how globalist organizations operate. Wood writes,

“The global elite march in three essential columns: Corporate, Political and Academic. In general, the goals for globalism are created by Corporate. Academic then provides studies and white papers that justify Corporate’s goals. Political sells Academic’s arguments to the public and if necessary, changes laws to accommodate and facilitate Corporate in getting what it wants.”

My experience with the barrage of globalist publication offers after subscribing to the Futurist represents the information interlock that Wood is describing. Target audiences for these publications are generally members of the upper classes and individuals who wield some degree of influence.

Ultimately, securing recognition among business leaders, academics and members of the political elite of the necessity of global governance (among other globalist programs) is the goal. Domination of the idea sphere from which think tanks and technocrats draw their information from is a key objective. The circle of information that I was exposed to upon subscribing to the Futurist reflects the information that is floating among policy makers and other influential individuals across the nation.

From the secretive Bilderberg group, to its members across the fields of media, business, banking, and government; the global elite’s agenda is filtered through every channel available, directed at target audiences. The “Information Interlock” among the elite of society is one of the many subtle means of influence available to globalist interests.

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