CFR Head Richard Haass Confronted On Planned Economic Collapse
October 10, 2008

We Are Change Rhode Island tries to get in a word with Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass, who has been previously confronted on a number of different circumstances, including outside Bilderberg 2008.

Haass, however, was exiting the stage, and then the building while various attendants and on-lookers congregated around him, and refused to acknowledge the citizen-journalist. Instead, Haass, conveying an air of detachment, gave a look of arrogance– as though he were above the mutterings of commoners, which he pretended not to hear.

Then, a law enforcement man picked up on the sense of power in the air, and tried to block free speech after an attendant to Mr. Haass had brushed off all questions.

Nevertheless, We Are Change raised questions about the CFR sister-organization Trilateral Commission, who wrote about the plan for the “controlled disintegration” of the economy in ‘Project 80s’ documents.

Paul Volcker, who was appointed Federal Reserve Chairman by the ‘Trilateral presidency’ under Carter in August 1978, said only three months later:

“A controlled disintegration in the world economy is a legitimate object for the 1980s.” Freeman adds, “it was not by chance that starting the week of Oct. 6-12, 1979, Volcker began raising interest rates, by raising the federal funds rate and increasing certain categories of reserve requirements for commercial banks. He kept pushing rates upward, until, by December 1980, the prime lending rate of U.S. commercial banks reached 21.5%.”

Read more about Project 80s here:

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