Monday, March 7, 2011

The Hillary Doctrine: "...after decades of denying that anything like "a new world order" existed...There is a new world order and Hillary is at the forefront of its realization

Source: The Daily Bell

Newsweek's Hillary Problem

Monday, March 07, 2011 – by  Staff Report

Hillary Clinton

In a time of momentous change in the world, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton (left) sets out on her most heartfelt mission: to put women and girls at the forefront of the new world order. – Newsweek
Dominant Social Theme: She's just the best.
Free-Market Analysis: Tina Brown, the much feted editor of Vanity Fair, the New Yorker, Talk magazine and The Daily Beast has finally issued the first all-new edition of Newsweek. The revamped magazine – which was bleeding millions before Brown was brought in to salvage it – looks a lot like the old Newsweek from what we can tell, and the cover story is no exception. It is beyond adulatory, providing Hillary with a message and focus that we're not sure she ever had in real-life.
The article is deeply dishonest on so many levels that it is difficult to know where to begin. The Hillary Doctrine starts off with a shocking cut line (see above). Apparently after decades of denying that anything like "a new world order" existed, the American media establishment (as represented by Tina Brown) has decided to speak more openly. There is a new world order and Hillary is at the forefront of its realization. Having placed Hillary in her rightful position, the article goes on to establish her bone fides:
But Clinton was far from a passive observer. She was in energetic discussion on the Egyptian news site, where her presence excited a stream of questions – more than 6,500 in three days – from young people across Egypt. "We hope," she said, "that as Egypt looks at its own future, it takes advantage of all of the people's talents" – Clinton shorthand for including women. She had an immediate answer when a number of questioners suggested that her persistent references to women's rights constituted American meddling in Egyptian affairs: "If a country doesn't recognize minority rights and human rights, including women's rights, you will not have the kind of stability and prosperity that is possible."
The Web chat was only one of dozens of personal exchanges Clinton has committed to during the three months since Tunisia's unrest set off a political explosion whose end is not yet in sight. At every step, she has worked to connect the Middle East's hunger for a new way forward with her categorical imperative: the empowerment of women. Her campaign has begun to resonate in unlikely places. In the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh, where women cannot travel without male permission or drive a car, a grandson of the Kingdom's founding monarch (Prince Alwaleed bin Talal bin Abdulaziz al-Saud) last month denounced the way women are "economically and socially marginalized" in Arab countries.
The problems in the Middle East are far greater than women's oppression in our view. More than that, the US has been a prime enabler of the dictators and oppression in the Middle East. The difficulty is the financial environment, the central banking system that creates endless booms and busts and starves entrepreneurs of capital. It seems a little precious in our view to worry about women's rights when the average Egyptian is living on a dollar a day.
This doesn't stop Tina though. Hillary's campaign to help oppressed Muslim women grinds on. It is part of a larger effort as enunciated by the US State Department's mission statement: "Advance freedom for the benefit of the American people and the international community by helping to build and sustain a more democratic, secure, and prosperous world composed of well-governed states that respond to the needs of their people, reduce widespread poverty, and act responsibly within the international system."
One could ask, reasonably, when did the State Dept's objectives changed from pursuing cordial relationships with the countries of the world to an activist approach that "advances freedom" via the creation of "well-governed states." None of this is theoretical either. There is factual documentation that Western elites have set these color revolutions in motion. The raised-fist logos that appeared during the Eastern Europe color revolutions have reappeared in Tunisia and Egypt; a much-discussed UK Telegraph article that reported on US intel involvement in training Egyptian "youth" on various protest tactics prior to Egypt's recent upheavals. The training apparently went on for at least two years.
We've reported on AYM, The Alliance for Youth Movements (AYM), which began with a December 2008 summit in New York City to, as Wikipedia puts it, "to identify, convene, and engage 21st century movements online for the first time in history. The United States Department of State partnered with Facebook, Howcast, MTV, Google, YouTube, AT&T, JetBlue, Gen-Next, Access 360 Media and Columbia Law School to launch a global network and empower young people mobilizing against violence and oppression."
Hillary is an imperial factotum of an empire that is fomenting revolution around the world. One can argue that such revolutions are "good" but this begs the question; why did the US sponsor the thugs and dictators that ran the Middle East for so long. And in the long run, the kinds of societies that will come out of these color revolutions will doubtless continue to contain the ruinous financial infrastructure that has done so much damage in the West.
The likelihood as a matter of fact is that many of these countries will end up with Islamic republics. Thus Hillary's stated concern about "women" must be seen within the context of what these color revolutions portend. The West needs Islam to pursue its phony war on terror and one watches with a certain dreadful fascination as the West builds yet another faux-enemy for purposes of advancing authoritarianism at home.
Conclusion: Finally, we note the article was written by someone named "Lemmon" who is identified as a "fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations." There is something deliberately provocative about all this. Certainly Newsweek has been the mouthpiece of the Imperium for decades. But the article is a tissue of lies, easily debunked with even the smallest amount of research on the ‘Net. Presumably Newsweek will have to turn a profit at some point and generate an audience as well. We fail to see how with articles like these Tina Brown is giving Newsweek any chance at all – not that we really believed she would. But that is the dilemma of the mainstream media in the era of the Internet.

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Posted by AmanfromMars on 3/7/2011 4:32:40 AM
The only thing that Hillary has got near right, and even then she got that entirely wrong, is that Uncle Sam has lost the information war for control of hearts and minds. Her contention that Uncle Sam was losing, rather than admitting it had lost, being a misspeak which is just so her abiding weakness which she appears to imagine is one of her strengths.

Old dog, new tricks ..... springs immediately to mind, and the impossible likelihood of anything so fundamental being in her tired familial repertoire.

A crock, is a crock, is a crock, no matter how hard you try to spin it in IT with media collusion, cloaked in, and as something else.

The problem is not the persecutions of smart and not so stupid women, it is the prosecutions of stupid and not so smart men, who imagine that the world is theirs to play with, as if a toy for their own personal pleasure.
Posted by Anonymous For Now on 3/7/2011 4:33:49 AM
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The American ambassador to Kenya is (according to wikileaks) orchestrating and fomenting a "youth movement" to oust the "old leadership" in that countries next general election scheduled for 2012. The comments in response to the ambassador's antics at the bottom of the page are also quite interesting.
Posted by Duane Bass on 3/7/2011 6:33:28 AM
Evidence of how biased and truly lame the the MSM really is. I trust the internet implicitly on all fronts, before any MSM at this point in time.
Posted by Dave on 3/7/2011 7:24:05 AM
One thing I have noticed is, in all these regions of conflict around the world, there is little evidence of commercialism. You look at their downtown and there are no Coca cola or Fuji signs or BP gas stations, etc. If their culture is too traditional, anti-west, actually anti consumerism, where they cannot be controlled by their pocket book, then they get an oppressive dictator. The young people in Egypt obviously love their computers and cell phones, so maybe they are ready. It will be interesting to see what develops. Hillary is giving out the call, c'mon girls, you can play too.
Posted by KP on 3/7/2011 7:27:02 AM
Well, we in Australia were obviously dragging our feet in bowing to the NWO's God of Global Warming... Herr Hillary came down to see her Sister-in-Charge Gilliard and bang! ...we have carbon taxes suddenly announced, even though Gilliard promised no such thing would happen in her election campaign! The reality show on the internet and the mirage shown in the mainstream media are diverging more and more.
Posted by Bill Ross on 3/7/2011 8:01:47 AM
@DB: "But Clinton was far from a passive observer. She was in energetic discussion on the Egyptian news site, where her presence excited a stream of questions..."
You're too trusting (read: possibly gullible). What makes you think it was REALLY Clinton and not some proxy mouthpeace, or, even a team of them, creating the ILLUSION of a wise seeress, adapting and telling the marks EXACTLY what they want to hear? Just as centralized A/V media can create a larger than life (FALSE) image, so can the internet.
And, despite laws on the books, against propagandizing (lying) domestically, well, Newsweek appears to be admitting that it is such an instrument, on the "NWO" Mission. Just last week, Clinton was begging Congress for more propaganda funding and, viola, Pavlov's media salivates by glorifying her. It is forgotten that the Clintons were at the heart of the S L collapse (fraud), just a dry run for larger crimes, as we see today.
Either elites know something we don't and are confident, or, they are stupid because US majority sentiment is tending towards "non-intervention" and dealing with their own domestic woes (and the criminals who caused them).
Posted by Katy on 3/7/2011 8:03:41 AM
the cover pic of Hillary is flattering and not current – her hair right now is long – too long for an ole gal like her.
Posted by Donna Little on 3/7/2011 8:55:00 AM
Go to go girl ! "bring it on Hillary"...I'll buy the magazine and so will a gazillion other more and more and more highly evolved women in places where they can access the magazine....come on people...stop beating up the messengers will ya ?
Posted by Charlie Macfarlane on 3/7/2011 9:29:43 AM
Ah! Yes! The Alliance for Youth Movement...

"The organization was formed during a December 2008 summit, the Alliance of Youth Movements, that brought together experts in social media with pioneering grassroots movement leaders for the first time in history. Founders of include Jared Cohen, Director of Google Ideas at Google, Jason Liebman, CEO and co-founder of Howcast, and Roman Tsunder, co-founder of Access 360 Media."

And we all know that the three founders of this organization " all of whom are Jewish " will be totally objective, right?

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And Hillary is Jewish?
Posted by Erik on 3/7/2011 9:30:22 AM
Are women more susceptible to state control?

Is the state their surrogate 'husband'?

Is the state the 'village' to raise their children?

Perhaps the recent 'attack on women' in the media is meant to rile them to the cause of state control over the 'enemies of women'?
Posted by Frank on 3/7/2011 9:30:54 AM
6,500 in three days? I saw a recent CNN article get 7,500 in about 2 hours. Maybe they all came by the see her run from sniper fire?
Posted by Robert on 3/7/2011 9:36:15 AM
Hillary is an incompetant hack attorney and hack politician. She is an arrogant statist with no redeeming values except to self serving, shallow femifascist elements.

She is another passing shadow of a sea of incompetant and self serving politicians.
Posted by Natures Law on 3/7/2011 10:26:07 AM
The longest running dominant social theme of the power elite is matriarchy. Cultural devolution and social dissolution are evidences of an authoritarian regulatory democracy. When weapons of mass destruction were not found, the theme for sustaining the campaign turned to equality for girls, gays and gals. How many stories on oppressed women and gays in Islamic nations have their been? How many stories on economic crisis caused by debt-currency manipulation? Google it.
Posted by Bill Granberry on 3/7/2011 10:41:05 AM
What can I say about Hillary; her husband still chases women, her daughter, although married is still very ugly, Hillary's hair...naw, just that the best part of Hillary, she is getting OLD and will soon be used up.
Posted by Henri on 3/7/2011 10:46:31 AM
Since the Game remains the same no matter which branch of the Republicrat Party is in control and since the Department of War (which ironically changed its name to the Department of defense after WWII) is always a constant through successive elected administrations, nothing really ever changes. Military hegemony prevails. Once this has bankrupted the USA and perhaps the world we may reasonably expect military oligarchy to reign supreme aka the Roman Empire. The Swiss Navy cannot save us. LOL
Posted by Jerry Alexander on 3/7/2011 11:00:36 AM
Hillery Clinton,and her husband are both guilty of many cases of money laundering,campaign fraud,and out right lies to the American people.
The only reason she has the position she has is because of the radicals we have in the White House,the DOJ,the Pentagon,and other Gov Dep`s.
American better wake up soon....Real Soon!!
Our So Called Leaders are worthless.
Posted by Ol' Grey Ghost on 3/7/2011 11:24:54 AM
"...US State Department's mission statement: "Advance freedom for the benefit of the American people and the international community by helping to build and sustain a more democratic, secure, and prosperous world composed of well-governed states that respond to the needs of their people, reduce widespread poverty, and act responsibly within the international system."

One could ask, reasonably, when did the State Dept's objectives changed from pursuing cordial relationships with the countries of the world to an activist approach that "advances freedom" via the creation of "well-governed states."

Hey, America is the world's only hope. Even the U.S. Navy is getting in on the act.

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As the U.S. Air Force says, "Peace Is Our Profession," and as one visitor to the Academy in Colorado scribbled underneath, "War is just a hobby."

"In a time of momentous change in the world, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton sets out on her most heartfelt mission: to put women and girls at the forefront of the new world order." ‒ Newsweek

And Chelsea came about through "immaculate conception," don't you know? I forgot to put on my boots before I opened my e-mail this morning. Hope the smell comes out in the wash...
Posted by Curious on 3/7/2011 11:41:09 AM
Dear Hillary, As Foreign Minister, I know you are aware that 7 Middle East Arab Muslim countries are in an uprising against governments sponsored and backed by the USA. I am also sure you are aware that these uprisings may call into question the entire oil distribution and payment scheme the west has spent decades protecting and benefiting from. Since the ground in this region has now shifted decisively, do you not think it wise to direct your intellect and efforts to address this reality and its implications?
With regards, Mr. Curious.
Posted by Kaydell Bowles on 3/7/2011 12:07:50 PM
What ever Hillary speaks writes or tells is and should be verified. She told the American public that her husband was an honest man. This should tell you about her character and values.
Posted by Societal Observer on 3/7/2011 12:16:41 PM

Hillary has also been mentioned as a "role model" (i.e., a modern, successful, powerful, progressive woman) in dialogue by one of the lead female characters on the CW Network's television series "Gossip Girl" (whose target audience is 18-34 year old females).

Thus, the (corporate indoctrination) beat goes on.
Posted by Gnome on 3/7/2011 12:37:03 PM
@Erik "Perhaps the recent 'attack on women' in the media"

Is it possible for you to provide an example of a recent "attack on women' media meme?

"The secretary of state is on a mission: putting women's rights at the forefront of a rapidly emerging new world order."

If Lemmon says so. Lemmon sure scribbles sickening sweet Clinton cliche cream puff pieces. And not necessarily in a bad way. Just too much information. Too rich. Even the pink pantsuit gets mentioned. A Clintonesque cliche salad.

Such a sweet salad makes me want to laugh until I puke. Lemmon seems to use "New World Order" as a fashion accessory. A cosmetic gravitas broach. It's hard for me to take Browns's piece de resistance seriously. Heck, it's hard for me to take even more that a few mouthfuls at a single sitting. LOL.
Posted by Herb on 3/7/2011 12:38:56 PM
.........Quoting Hillary........"The forefront of the new world order." Troublesome. Will we soon be seeing a Girl's Youth Corp., and a Women's Corp.,.......all wearing brown shirts as they march for social justice, or whatever the "Justice" flavor of the day becomes. This woman is dangerous in her naivete. Of course, Tina Boorown – thanks to her husband's money, now has a magazine in which to publish her left leaning propaganda. Newsweek will continue on its swirling ride down the toilet as long as it continues to be a mouthpiece for the left. Readership figures, anyone? And while you're at it, do the same for Time magazine.
Posted by Sovereignjim on 3/7/2011 1:29:31 PM
Does the start of a modern center of finance ( Islamic? ) in Tunisia have anything to do with the fact that Tunisia was the first to explode?

Why do you see no threat to our well being from the not-a-religion called Islam? Its dogma states its purpose is to control the entire world by hook or crook ( war or breeding ).
Posted by Jeannie Queenie on 3/7/2011 1:42:09 PM
Surely this woman deserves no credibility when she is advocating for the UN to have final authority over US parent's offspring, thus cutting the parent's power from them...or when she advocates for all women to climb the corporate ladder, and on her way up, grab a shard from that glass ceiling and gouge the eyes of the man beneath you...or when she actually believes that single motherhood helps the family unit. Or being LGBT is just another life choice that aids in keeping a society strong and sane.

Oops, I forget, when you advocate for LGBT, you really don't give two figs for the family unit, which is the foundational basis for any society to thrive. Wait, isn't that what the PE wants? The dissolution of the family so that each and every person can be controlled by the state? And the entire notion of the individual is eliminated in favor of the collective or the larger group? This one big happy global family!!

You know much about this woman when her very own daughter marries a man whose father's reputation as a one man crime spree, spent five years in prison...Chelsea hasn't even been married a year and already rumors of her marriage on the rocks due to severe pressures of work/home/marriage. And yet, Mommie dearest would have daughter dearest believe that women can have it all...what a major crock if ever. And there aren't even any children on the scene yet...oh dear, that would really spoil the soup!

@ERIC--You're spot on in your analysis...Yes, women are more susceptible to state control..and yes, they view the state as one big daddy figure..
What they don't know is that daddy loves all those extra tax dollars and they love the fact that she doesn't love her kids enough to be home with them and desires the state to babysit them as well. Which makes it all the easier for the state to brainwash the kids via public education.

The feminazi's could care less that schools are teaching the kids crap galore. When mom is more concerned about that second car, new furniture, or whatever the faux ad world presents for her wish list, the kids take backseat, and oh hell, the kids can be bought off as we have seen a few generations of US women doing to absolve their guilt over mom's absence.

Yes, Eric, the state is the 'village' to raise her children. We also know it takes a village idiot of a woman to promote this insanity. Or a woman whose husband needs a village to satisfy him. Hillary was clueless that her old man's indiscretions reflected on failing, frumpy feminism.

Can't tell me that Hillary isn't part of the PE that wants to get all women out there working three jobs...first as a wage slave working for corporatism where the company is all that counts..when she is done with that job she can go home and do two more with children and all the many hours of cleaning, cooking, laundry, etc. All the meanwhile her kids are brainwashed at public schools, and her weenie husband goes along with it all for he lost his manhood when feminism set out to de-ball all white men...and now she bitches that he isn't pitching in with her other two jobs...and we wonder why few marriages survive anymore. It's all so funny, if it weren't dead serious in it's sad, sordid way.

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Very good.
Posted by Berthe on 3/7/2011 1:50:55 PM
If Clinton hadn't made his consort the healthcare czarina back in '93, if he'd handed GHW Bush's campaign healthcare plant (Old Bush) to, say, Donna Shalala, he'd have accomplished more (if thats how you look at it, and I do) than Obama did with all the sturm und drang last year.

She was senator from a state where public opinion was strongly against the Iraq War but she voted for it (as did the other NY senator, Schumer, because Israeli government wishes and Israeli lobby money trumps everything).

Well, she's just dreadful.
Posted by Jeannie Queenie on 3/7/2011 1:56:00 PM
@Sovereignjim---right on..'by hook or crook, war or breeding'. Some among them have said they don't need guns or missiles, their women's bodies are their weapon of choice. By breeding faster than the Western world, it's a no brainer that numbers don't lie. Europeans decided eons ago to limit their numbers...and the US has been doing this since at least the sixties when 'free love' was more important than 'free lives filled with liberty.

That hotbed of insanity the sixties birthed, is now manifesting in all its sick just seems to grow from bad to worse. Bad enough the hippies were doing it in the poppyfields, now the latest 60's resurgence finds a professor in a human sexuality class at NorthWestern University having a live sex act in the classroom using a tool on idiot research subject to bring her to the Big O. Obviously this professor is a total whackjob who should have a tool like a dairy milking machine hooked up to him in the same that doesn't stop until it gets 20 quarts from him. The insanity never ends! US colleges get sicker and sicker.
Posted by Ol' Grey Ghost on 3/7/2011 2:02:26 PM
@ Jeanie Queenie

Wow! The beer-swilling armadillos and I send a hearty "clink-clink" to you for that piece.

Yes, Hillary is part and parcel of the continued emasculation of America and the rest of the world. Men can't fight back when they're trying to get in touch with their feminine side and the stitches, if they're allowed to have any, keep itching...
Posted by Warren on 3/7/2011 2:04:30 PM
People still read Newspeak?
Posted by Bill Ross on 3/7/2011 2:07:09 PM

DB: may have been lost or rejected, again

"Are women more susceptible to state control?"

No, women are socialized to have to "appear" to be kind and caring which means they must fit into the perceptual social box constructed for them, to be socially "acceptable". To appear otherwise is to be an alleged "bitch". The current "kind and caring" social box is equated to socialism.

OK, here's where I will really get flamed. IMHO, a lot of female "nature" is an evolutionary adaptation because, relative to males they are physically less powerful and since goals (including survival) can only be achieved by the usage of force, fraud or peaceful, honest trade, females are less prone to violence, leaving fraud or honest trade as their statistical options. Hence, the "feminine mystique" to keep males guessing about what females are really after and, how they intend to achieve it. It also explains their apparent "need" to find a strong man, to ally with, for those matters which do require "forceful" addressing.

Evolution and adaptation to environment determines EVERYTHING:

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...which is why we ALL should be thinking about the "or else" option of the basic "obey or else" choice we are faced with.

Having said that, I KNOW that there are some fine females out there. I happen to be married to one.
Posted by Bill Ross on 3/7/2011 2:14:51 PM
@Ol' Grey Ghost

"Men can't fight back when they're trying to get in touch with their feminine side..."

Nobody can fight back until they heed their objective reality side. Then, fear is not an option, because "going along to get along" inevitably leads to a far darker place:

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REALITY is NOT a mere OPINION, equally valid to all others. REALITY bites the unwary. And, attempt to force your "opinion" on others and well, they may differ, at a minimum.
Posted by Bluebird on 3/7/2011 2:36:27 PM
Wow, great piece, Daily Bell. I was going to comment earlier, but decided I had better keep my thoughts to myself. No matter, Jeannie Queenie said it all and so much better than I would.

@Jeannie Queenie, I am standing up cheering right now! You go, girl!
Posted by Jeannie Queenie on 3/7/2011 3:17:43 PM
@OL Gray say, "Men can't fight back when they're trying to get in touch with their feminine side"...first off, thanks for the clink clink...but really now, are you telling me that men don't have rights anymore and you're just going to forget about them? Please, all you guys 'man up' out there...quit allowing these feminazis to quit pushing you around. It is about time that women grow up and become women, and that does not necessarily equate to climbing a corporate ladder or even working outside the home at a full time paying job.

At their core most women want one thing and that is to be cherished and know that she is first and foremost in a guy's mind. Now if she is the lazy kind who never improves herself, lets herself go, does not develop god given talents, never picks up a book, nor gives a hand to others in need, then I'd say you have a big job on your hands.

If she is no good in the kitchen, fire her...for there's a good chance she won't be any better in the bedroom. Of course, if you are one of those guys who has let himself go, don't expect Sharon Stone at your stove fixing up some hot enchiladas to widen that six pack belly.

I am all for a real marriage of equals..but that doesn't necessarily mean that I have to compete with my man in the wages workforce. It also doesn't mean that he gets to play Patriach with a capitol P, meaning he will not tolerate any other opinions other than his own. In the end, the father must be the head of the household, but it doesn't mean he has to be a total ass and pretend he is Hitler reincarnated.

So too, women should take more seriously their roles as women, and stop trying to be MEN...I as a female, never felt like the feminists do, that in order to be a real woman, first you must become a ridiculous is that? And so too, no man should first feel he must be so sensitive that he loses touch with his masculinity. I really don't know which is worse, women who must emulate men, or men who feel they must become more sensitive than three year old girls. Both are basically a joke. For my part, I love 'viva la difference". That difference is there for a very good reason, and those who don't heed those differences do so at their very own peril.

In case, you wonder why I use the handle "Queenie", 1)It rhymes with my name, but moreso, it's because I do feel that every woman should treat her man like a King, and by god, if she is doing that with real love and without manipulation, she deserves to be treated like the Queen she guys if you have a real Queen on your hands, don't take her for granted, for they get rarer with each passing day. And gals, if you have a King, take good care of him morning, noon and especially, night!

Want to destroy the state?...grow that love which no one can take from you..that bond withstands all those who would destroy the greatest thing ever, this thing called love. Without family, there is nothing. To see the difference between genders, and as this is an adult audience of feedbackers, this is funny as heck. Note the baby girl is very verbal, and the baby boy...well, he's an early learner--chip off the old block?
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