You have the advantage of me in that I’ve never heard of Robion Kirby and so, when something comes my way from Sackers, whom one has to watch because he can be a mischievous lad at times, then caution is the order of the day.
The danger is that those nominally on the centre-right or anti-Statists fall into two categories – those who do their homework and keep their minds open and those who mutter about tinfoil hats without bothering to think anything through or follow leads.
Predicting the future and even the past is a fraught business anyway but as the City and NY do it, why should we be any different? Thus I bring this article by Ron Kirby and via Sackers, obviously highly abridged. Each time a paragraph is posted below, it’s just been read a few minutes before. Dateline is Feb 6, 2007.
Elementary, My Dear Watson
For me, the poignant moment in Watson’s interview was when Russo revealed that after his popular video Mad As Hell was released and he began his campaign to become Governor of Nevada, Russo was noticed by [Nick] Rockefeller and introduced to him by a female attorney. Seeing Russo’s passion and ability to affect change, Rockefeller set about on a subtle mission to recruit Russo into the [CFR] elite.
During one conversation, Rockefeller asked Russo if he was interested in joining the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) but Russo rejected the invitation, saying he had no interest in “enslaving the people” to which Rockefeller coldly questioned why he cared about the “serfs.”
The interview continues with Russo revealing:
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