An “Independent Report” – NOT!

The Center for Strategic and International Studies was hired to prepare an independent report on US military posture in the Pacific. The Study was released as,

 “U.S. Force Posture Strategy in the Asia Pacific Region: An Independent Assessment, Center for Strategic and International Studies” :

Co-Directors

David J. Berteau

Michael J. Green

Principals

Gregory T. Kiley

Nicholas F. Szechenyi

Contributors

Ernest Z. Bower

Victor Cha

Karl F. Inderfurth

Christopher K. Johnson

Gary A. Powell

Stephanie Sanok

Missing from the independent study is the fact that Michael J. Green, Karl F. Inderfuth and Stephanie Sanok are members of the Council on Foreign Relations. After the study was released it was reviewed by a Senatorial Committee one of whose 3 members was CFR member John McCain. How can this report be called “Independent” with so much Council on Foreign Relations involvement?

The Council on Foreign Relations has been in control of the United States Government for 91. Years. Four Hundred or more CFR members are appointed to government positions and surround and influence the President turning him into a CFR puppet. While CFR puppet masters control the president CFR member corporations buy members of congress and buy legislation favouring CFR goals and profits. The CFR and its UK sister organization the Royal Institute of International Affaris (aka Chatham House) have kept the world in a state of endless unwinnable wars from which their Munitions, Medicine, Food and Uniform industries profit. The wars allow CFR members to control the world commodity markets and stock exchanges. Their Central Banks provide them the means to control the world’s money supply.

The CFR run CSIS “Independent Assessment” was reviewed by Senators Levin, McCain and Webb. Senator John McCain is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Despite the dire straits the US economy is in, the CFR is working towards building a large US military presence in the Pacific. CFR member McCain’s statement concludes,

“This independent CSIS assessment and Secretary Panetta’s comments will assist the committee in our consideration of these complex issues and the progress of plans to reposture U.S. forces in the Asia-Pacific region. Congress and the administration must work together to ensure we realign our military posture in a way that is sustainable fiscally, operationally, and diplomatically.”

 

Statement of Senators Levin, McCain and Webb on CSIS Report follows :

Last Updated on Saturday, 28 July 2012 14:20 Written by News Release Saturday, 28 July 2012 13:59

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Washington, D.C. – Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee; Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., ranking member of the Armed Services Committee; and Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., member of the Armed Services Committee, released the following statement on the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ report on U.S. military posture in the Pacific.

READ the unclassified portions of the CSIS report HERE

READ the Statement from Senators, Levin, McCain and Webb below:
“The committee has received the independent assessment of the U.S. military force posture in the Pacific Command’s area of responsibility that was required by section 346 of the Fiscal Year 2012 National Defense Authorization Act. The assessment, conducted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and reviewed by the Department of Defense (DOD), has been submitted to the committee with the comments of the Secretary of Defense. We appreciate the effort put into this report by CSIS and DOD.
“While we are still reviewing this 110-page report and its classified annex, we note that CSIS raises a number of issues that are worthy of further consideration. For example, CSIS concluded that “DOD has not adequately articulated the strategy behind its force posture planning nor aligned the strategy with resources in a way that reflects current budget realities.” This is particularly important as support for the resourcing of major overseas initiatives, in the current fiscal environment, will depend to a significant extent on a clear articulation of U.S. strategic imperatives and the manner in which the investments address them. We agree with CSIS’s emphasis on the need for DOD to articulate the strategy behind its force-posture planning more clearly. Congress must also be confident that the DOD force planning and realignment proposals are realistic, workable, and affordable. The report helps to frame the many issues associated with the reposturing of U.S. forces in the Asia-Pacific.
“In his comments on the report, Secretary Panetta points out that “our efforts to strengthen alliances and partnerships in the Asia-Pacific to advance a common security vision for the future” is essential to the U.S. strategy to rebalance toward the region. We agree. Our military’s forward presence is a strong guarantor for peace and stability, and our bilateral security agreements are the foundation for our nation’s security posture in Asia. The current and future U.S. military force posture in the Asia-Pacific region is a complex and critically important element of our overall global security strategy as well as a tangible sign of the strong and unwavering support for our allies in the region.
“This independent CSIS assessment and Secretary Panetta’s comments will assist the committee in our consideration of these complex issues and the progress of plans to reposture U.S. forces in the Asia-Pacific region. Congress and the administration must work together to ensure we realign our military posture in a way that is sustainable fiscally, operationally, and diplomatically.”

To the CFR/RIIA/Bilderberger global elite we are no more than livestock. Meet our masters :

70 years of CFR/Trilateral/Bilderberg Dominance  http://tinyurl.com/nuo9jw

Cecil Rhodes – Round Table Groups http://tinyurl.com/7o9djvp

Countinuing the Inquiry – CFR member Peter Grose http://tinyurl.com/89wdw8z

Edward Griffin – The Future is Calling http://tinyurl.com/74ne3ef

The Psychological Strategy Board http://t.co/eYIlolu

Shoup – The Imperial Brain Trust http://tinyurl.com/bnchh2e

Allen – None Dare Call it Conspiracy http://t.co/Ax5PpoO

Pictures in Our Heads – CFR founding father Walter Lippmann http://t.co/L1u3eHz

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