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Apparently being a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, and an attendee of Bohemian Grove and Bilderberg meetings wasn’t enough to keep Charlie Rose from being accused by several women for sexual impropriety and assault. Maybe he would’ve fared better today if David Rockefeller (one of his favourite interviewees and past CFR President + Trilateral Commission founder) would’ve still been alive.

Rose featured prominently in many of the 1000+ articles I had written since 2009, and here are most of them, which you can find linked here.

Former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker laughs at the great increase in wealth disparity over the past 10 to 15 years, and at Americans for not speaking out more forcibly against it

Fareed Zakaria tells the truth about the Bill of Rights, “an anti-democratic document”

Globalist champion Charlie Rose goes native with his show archives

Charlie Rose raises Zionism with Turkish minister, stays silent on Armenian genocide

Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg: “Until women are as ambitious as men, they’re not going to achieve as much as men.”

Charlie Rose’s interview with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia

Charlie Rose’s pro-Big Pharma panel on Multiple Sclerosis

Charlie Rose interviews Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Charlie Rose pulled the transcripts of his shows

According to CharlieRose.com, the financial crisis ended on March 10, 2009

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scalia’s Obamacare wording hypocrisy

Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor betrays the political nature of the Court

Dick Cheney mistakenly thinks the Second Amendment granted rights

Zbigniew Brzezinski warns against an Israeli attack on Iran

Former Bush chief strategist Matthew Dowd’s bogus New Hampshire Republican primary prediction

Former Associate Supreme Court Justice, John Paul Stevens, explains the changing definition of “originalism”

Self-described communist, Slavoj Zizek: “Capitalism is the most productive social order in the history of humanity.”

Warren Buffett: “The decision to make Tim Geithner the Secretary of Treasury was a terrific decision.”

Corporate welfare recipient Morgan Stanley Chairman working for China

IMF Director says IMF “forces coordination” and there’s “no other solution” to Greek-style austerity

To the U.S. government, immediately means within a year

Russia’s second-largest bank, VTB, is 85% state-owned

How to meet our future electricity demands: The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind

The leader of Singapore’s economic miracle shares his fascinating and strategic insight into today’s world

“America is down, not out”: Billionaire Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal

Google CEO Eric Schmidt said Google’s mission is to store all the world’s information

Credit card applications too complex, even for a Harvard Law Professor!

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Paul Volcker, former head of the Federal Reser...

In an October 24, 2011 interview with Charlie Rose, former Fed Chairman and fellow Bilderberger, Paul Volcker, laughed at the great increase in wealth disparity in the United States over the past 10 to 15 years, and at Americans for not speaking out more forcibly against it (starting at 18:27).

But there is a feeling — which I’ve been a little surprised has not been expressed more forcibly before — the distribution of income, which has changed very radically in the last 10 or 15 years. And you have a situation in the United States where there’s been almost no growth in real income for the average family for 10 or 15 years, but way at the upper end of the income distribution, there’s been an enormous increase, of a kind that didn’t take place in my lifetime or even in your lifetime. (laughs)

Rose responded with “it’s unbelievable!” — which is only genuine if he’s referring to Americans not speaking out more forcibly against it, and not the fact that it’s taken place, since he holds the Triple Crown for membership in globalist organizations where policies are discussed and made, and he regularly features fellow members on his program.

Rose posted a short 4-minute YouTube clip from the nearly half-hour interview, conveniently omitting reference to fellow Bilderberger Paul Volcker laughing at fellow Americans.

As to what the goal is of groups like the Bilderbergers, the CFR and the Trilateral Commission is — Bilderberg attendee, former CFR Director and Trilateral Commission founder David Rockefeller said it best in his own memoirs (emphasis mine):

Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure — one world, if you will. If that is the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.

For more on Charlie Rose and his guests, see my articles:

1) Charlie Rose pulled the transcripts of his shows

2) Corporate welfare recipient Morgan Stanley Chairman working for China

3) IMF director says IMF “forces coordination” and “there’s no other solution” to Greek-style austerity

4) According to CharlieRose.com, the financial crisis ended on March 10, 2009

5) Former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker admits the Federal Reserve is private and he attended Bilderberg Group meetings

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Charlie Rose in 2010 at the Tribeca Film Festival

Triple Crown Charlie (CFR and Trilateral Commission member and Bilderberg attendee) Rose has pulled the transcripts of all the interviews on his site, CharlieRose.com.

Maybe it was considered an unjustified expense, or perhaps it’s because people could easily look up and see what some of the top globalists have said about their plans for the world.

Here are the most recent ones I covered, which received significant alternative media coverage:

January 25, 2011: Corporate welfare recipient Morgan Stanley Chairman working for China

December 19, 2010: IMF Director says IMF “forces coordination” and there’s “no other solution” to Greek-style austerity

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Speaking to Triple Crown Charlie (CFR and Trilateral Commission member and Bilderberg attendee) Rose on December 16, 2010, IMF Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn ran cover for failed Euro and IMF interventionist policies.

I’m a big advocate of the single currency,

Greater economic integration often leads to greater political integration, as demonstrated by the progression in Europe from the European Coal and Steel Community to the European Economic Community to the European Union and then the Euro.

and it provides a lot of results.

Yes, like the 110 billion Euro Greek bailout and the 85 billion Euro Irish bailout.

CHARLIE ROSE: Can you have austerity and growth at the same time?

DOMINIQUE STRAUSS-KAHN: Well, I would answer no.

He’s obviously unaware of or deliberately omitting that the U.S. had unprecedented economic growth from 1945-1950, in the face of federal budget cuts of over 50%.

But the problem in the banking sector is limited to small number of banks. The big banks are safe and so I think it’s manageable.

Safe like three of the five biggest investment banks in the U.S., one of which went bankrupt (Lehman Brothers) and two others which collapsed (Bear Stearns and Merrill Lynch) and were bought up at a fraction of their 52-week highs by the biggest commercial banks? Or safe like the biggest commercial banks that were bailed out by the federal government’s $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Plan and the Federal Reserve’s $3.3 trillion bailout fund they fought so hard to keep secret?

Or how about Iceland’s currency going south by 80% in just four months in 2008 as a result of their three big banks going bankrupt? Or the UK’s two biggest banks being effectively nationalized? Or… You get the idea.

Speaking on the decision required by Euro countries to get out of the current crisis, Strauss-Kahn said (emphasis added):

It’s politically very difficult. The decision will be made in the center which will overcome the sovereignty of the nations.

He’s saying that the only acceptable decision will be made in what he refers to as “the center,” and admits it will overcome the sovereignty of the nations involved.

DOMINIQUE STRAUSS-KAHN: Well, I think a few things. First, the Greek government is very bold. And take action as it has to be done. Of course people don’t like it. But you know, the man on the street also have to understand they absolutely needed. The Greek economy was at the edge of a cliff, and there were no other solution.

Bob Chapman has repeatedly proposed an alternative solution for the Greeks, which I wholeheartedly endorse. Namely, defaulting on all their bankster-issued debts, pulling out of the Euro, going back to the Drachma, slashing exorbitant entitlements, and going through the immediate pain over the next five years at a minimum that is likely to be less severe than what will happen if they continue down the path laid out by the IMF and other globalist bankster institutions.

So the question today is that many may believe wrongfully in my view that the crises is over and go back to their domestic problem and forget all about the global coordination. So our role is to try to force this coordination among the G20 countries.

Strauss-Kahn admits that the IMF forces action on countries, despite insisting otherwise throughout the interview. Prior to the crisis in 2008, the G8 was the primary economic organization until 2009, when it was announced the G20 would be “the new permanent council for international economic cooperation,” with far greater clout to force solutions on sovereign nations.

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CFR and Trilateral Commission member Fareed Zakaria tells the truth about the Bill of Rights on his August 10, 2010 interview on Charlie Rose.

“It is about fundamental rights that we believe in. That is what the Bill of Rights was about. The Bill of Rights is an anti-democratic document.”

However, throughout his interview, he contradicts himself by referring to the United States as a “democracy,” while, as I demonstrate in my article, The United States: A republic, not a democracy, the U.S. Constitution makes no mention of democracy, and to the contrary, specifically requires a republican form of government.

See the open letter I wrote him on February 23, 2009, in response to his recent article in Newsweek.

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