JP Morgan, Exxon, Boeing, Among State Department’s New Advisers.

Source: LD

The Washington Post has recently reported in an article titled, “Hillary Clinton turns to think tankers for new Foreign Affairs Policy Board,” that the US State Department will from now on depend on permanent advisory drawn from the ranks of what it calls “think tank scholars.” The article also notes that this move is similar to the already existing Defense Policy Board at the Pentagon, and that this is an effort to make the US State Department more like the Defense Department – however in which way the author is not clear.

Since the US State Department literally is directing armies of protesters and their armed counterparts in the streets from Tunisia to Syria, from Belarus to Moscow, and from Myanmar to Bangkok and Malaysia, it would indeed make sense to reconfigure it into something more suitable to oversee warfare rather than diplomacy. It is the US State Department from which organizations like the National Endowment for Democracy and its myriad of seditious-sowing NGOs stem from and go forth manipulating foreign governments rather than dealing with them as equal sovereign states, a long running theme pursued throughout the upper echelons of the “globocratic” elite.

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