“Opportunity to build a constructive, peaceful world order is very great.”

When all else fails to stop Trump, send in the father of the NWO.

For many years and through many administrations we’ve seen the same faces. Henry Kissinger has been a figure with a prominent role in many of them. Some may remember the day then President George H.W. Bush first said we must build a New World Order. But it was not the first time those words were used.

Kissinger’s rise to power came when he was appointed as Secretary of State by Richard Nixon. It is said that the two had an intoxicating relationship, and goaded each other on. (1) It was actually Nixon that first said we have an opportunity to build a New World Order.

Perhaps it was an idea that no one really understood until recently, or perhaps it’s that as the final pieces of the NWO come together, some people have come to realize that it was massively slanted in one direction. Today, Globalistm vs. Nationalism are topics of conversation on a daily basis. We all acknowledge that President Trump is a Populist, a Nationalist and an Anti-Globalist.

The Media would have you believe that’s a bad thing. The Establishment Elite are terrified that decades of work will be interrupted by an American President that actually wants to protect AMERICANS. But bane of Globalists, they have ALL turned against Trump. The funny thing is, no one ever asked the American People if they wanted to surrender national sovereignty.

The Globalist NWO Bush’s even came out and said they voted for Hillary. So when all else fails, and no one can stop Trumps ( And the American Peoples ) Nationalist agenda … who do they wheel out? Two weeks before heading to Asia for 12 days, they send in the grandfather of the NWO himself, Henry Kissinger.

I often wonder what role Kissinger played in Monsanto. After all, it was Kissinger that said ..

“Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people.”- Kissinger

Kissinger was a large part of why the US Farming Strategy turned to Farm Subsidies. Between Monsanto and big Agro, there is a literal choke hold on US Food supply.

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The president spoke to members of the press ahead of his Tuesday morning meeting with Dr. Henry Kissinger, former Secretary of State and foreign policy luminary: 

Kissinger said that the Trump administration is overseeing “a moment when the opportunity to build a constructive, peaceful world order is very great.”

“And the President is leaving on a trip to Asia, which I think will make a big contribution to progress and peace and prosperity,” Kissinger also said.

The president commented: “We’ve made a lot of progress in the Middle East with ISIS and so many other things. It’s a much calmer place. But, Henry, I say often, I inherited a mess, but we’re fixing it.”

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THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much. Henry Kissinger has been a friend of mine. I’ve liked him, I’ve respected him. But we’ve been friends for a long time, long before my emergence in the world of politics, which has not been too long.

But we have been really in, I guess you’d say, the New York scene a little bit — but we got to know each other very well. He’s a man I have great, great respect for. He’s also somebody — usually I say, “Have you ever been in the Oval Office?” And with Henry Kissinger, I didn’t bother asking that question because he has been in this office many, many times.

But it’s an honor to have Dr. Kissinger with us, a man of immense talent, and experience, and knowledge. And I’m going to talk to him for a while, and we’re going to learn a lot. But I can say from a world standpoint and with many of the countries that Henry and I would talk about before the election — because I would talk with Henry before the election — we’ve made a lot of progress with many of them. We have some outstanding, and we’ll handle that as we have to handle it.

But we’ve made a lot of progress in the Middle East with ISIS and so many other things. It’s a much calmer place. But, Henry, I say often, I inherited a mess, but we’re fixing it.

So you may want to say something. And thank you for being here, Henry. Thank you very much.

DR. KISSINGER: Mr. President, I didn’t expect this opportunity. It’s always a great honor to be in this office, and I’m here at a moment when the opportunity to build a constructive, peaceful world order is very great.

And the President is leaving on a trip to Asia, which I think will make a big contribution to progress and peace and prosperity.

Thank you for inviting me.

THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much, Henry. I appreciate it.

Q Mr. President, is Senator Corker right that you’re putting the U.S. on the path to World War III?

THE PRESIDENT: We were on the wrong path before. All you have to do is take a look. If you look over the last 25 years through numerous administrations, we were on a path to a very big problem — a problem like this world has never seen.

We’re on the right path right now, believe me.

Q Are you concerned that the Bob Corker dispute will affect tax reform at all, sir?

THE PRESIDENT: I don’t think so, no. I don’t think so at all. I think we’re well on our way. It’s very — the people of this country want tax cuts. They want lower taxes.

We’re the highest-taxed nation in the world. Our companies are not leaving so much now because we have them coming back. You see what happened. You see the announcements from companies building car plants now in Michigan; they’re going to various different states. They’re actually picking some additional locations. But just last week, five plants announced that they’re going to build in this country.

But I will say that we’re the highest-taxed nation in the world. People want to see massive tax cuts. I’m giving the largest tax cuts in the history of this country. In addition to that, there will be reform.

So I think that it’s politically — it’s very positive. The people of the country want it. We’re also bringing back $3 trillion from offshore. That’s money that’s been there for years that wants to come back into the country, but the tax situation didn’t allow it to happen and the bureaucracy. And that’s going to come back as part of the deal — $3 trillion. It could even be more than that.

People want to see tax cuts, they want to see major reductions in their taxes, and they want to see tax reform — and that’s what we’re doing. And we’ll be adjusting a little bit over the next few weeks to make it even stronger. But I will tell you that it’s become very, very popular.

And I’ll also be signing something probably this week, which is going to go a long way, to take care of many of the people that have been so badly hurt on healthcare. And they’ll be able to buy, they’ll be able to cross state lines, and they will get great, competitive healthcare, and it will cost the United States nothing. Take care of a big percentage of the people we’re talking about, too.

So with Congress the way it is, I decided to take it upon myself. So we’ll be announcing that soon as far as the signing is concerned. But it’s largely worked out. It’s very simple in one way but very intricate in another. But it will be great, great healthcare for many, many people — a big percentage of the number of people that we were talking about for failed Obamacare.

Now, we’re going to have to do something with Obamacare because it’s failing. Henry Kissinger does not want to pay 116 percent increase in his premiums, but that’s what’s happening. And it’s actually getting worse; it’s getting worse by the minute. So we’re going to have to do something with Obamacare and that will work out.

But very importantly, a big percentage of people will be able to get healthcare. And they’ll be able to go across state lines, they’ll be able to buy from many, many competitors — meaning the insurance companies — and it will not cost our country anything, but they’ll have great, great health insurance again.

Q Did you undercut the Secretary of State today with the IQ comment?

THE PRESIDENT: No, I didn’t undercut anybody. I don’t believe in undercutting people.

Thank you very much, everybody. Thank you.

Q Do you still have confidence in Secretary Tillerson, sir?



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