Sunday, March 01, 2009
cfr professor reveals plot for military coup in 2012
from federal jack: During the FIU New World Order Summit, a professor at the school named Dr. Mark B. Rosenberg raised the concern during a panel session about the possibility of a military coup taking place in the United States by the year 2012. This was not theorizing, he was simply citing a study that took place at the Army War College [128kb PDF]. He explained that this rebellion would be a response to the military being overextended and being put to a use by the administration in a manner that is contrary to their official purpose. The invited speaker of the panel, Parag Khanna, treated the concern as if it was nonsense and dismissed it by asking the audience "Have any of you heard of this? No? Okay then." It is interesting to note that both Dr. Rosenberg and Parag Khanna are members of the Council on Foreign Relations, a think tank dedicated to the purpose of establishing a one world government. Could Dr. Rosenberg’s statement exposing the white paper on the coup plot have been an example of dissent within the ranks of the CFR? After the summit, Joshua from Orlando 9/11 Truth called into the Alex Jones show to relay the information (1:08:29 seconds into the 2/25/09 episode). An attentive listener managed to track down the actual document that Dr. Rosenberg was referring to...
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