In the oligarchy known as the United States of America, it is now commonplace for second-generation retired Foreign Service officers like Christopher R. Hill to rally behind the cause of the “New World Order.” Writing in the George Soros house organ, Project Syndicate, billed as the “world’s smartest op-ed page by The Washington Post’s Ezra Klein, Hill bemoaned the end of the post-Cold War “New World Order” brought about by the “annexation” of Crimea to the Russian Federation. In fact, the so-called “annexation” was a retrocession of the territory back to Russia, correcting a diktat made in 1954 by Soviet Communist Party General Secretary Nikita Khrushschev…
Hill lamented Russia’s abandonment of “Euro-Atlantic goals and traditions.” In fact, “Euro-Atlantic” is a euphemism for NATO and the European Union whose goals and traditions are militarization and economic domination by a select group of oligarchs and draining national treasuries dry by global bankers.
Hill, whose father was a career Foreign Service officer, has, like many of his ilk, enriched himself through government service. Hill’s resume states that his father was one of a number of U.S. diplomats expelled from Haiti in 1963 by the country’s dictator Francois “Papa Doc” Duvalier. However, the history books record that in 1963, Duvalier expelled members of the U.S. Marine Corps Mission in the country. In Christopher Hill, the defender of the “New World Order,” we have a retired diplomat who cannot figure out whether his father was a diplomat or a Marine. Such dilemmas confront the progeny of many Central Intelligence Agency officers.
Hill, after helping Madeleine Albright and Richard Holbrooke dismember Yugoslavia in the 1990s, has now ensconced himself as the dean of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver, a school named after Albright’s father, a former Czechoslovak ambassador to Belgrade. Korbel was accused by the post-World War II Czechoslovak government of stealing artwork, silverware, chandeliers, and even the gold wallpaper brads from the home of Karl Nebrich, an Austrian businessman. Korbel, a Czechoslovak Foreign Ministry official, was permitted to live in the house, then trust property held by the Prague government, but with the provision that nothing be removed from the estate. After Korbel was appointed ambassador to Yugoslavia, he packed up all of Nebrich’s belongings and moved them to Belgrade. After the new Communist government in Prague issued a warrant for Korbel’s arrest for theft of the Nebrich family assets, Korbel fled to the United States, where he ultimately began teaching at the University of Denver. Among his cadre of students is Condoleezza Rice, the former Secretary of State.
There is little wonder that a New World Order brigand like Hill would now find himself the dean of a school named after an international art thief. Nor is it surprising that he serves as an adviser to the Albright Stonebridge Group, an international lobbying firm run by Albright and former Bill Clinton national security adviser Samuel “Sandy” Berger. Berger is no stranger to theft, as shown by his 2005 indictment and guilty plea for removing classified documents from the U.S. National Archives.
Hill also serves on the board of International Relief and Development, Inc. (IRD), one of a number of “non-profit” cash sinkholes for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), a well-known and infamous conduit for covert CIA funding of projects around the world sans CIA “fingerprints.” One of the countries where IRD is active in providing “stabilization” services is Ukraine. In this case where Orwellian “Newspeak” has become the lingua franca for the Obama administration, “stabilization” means “destabilization.”
In his column in the Soros house organ publication, Project Syndicate, aptly named because Soros’s operations around the world represent, in fact, a criminal syndicate, Hill writes “sanctions [on Russia] are unlikely to bring about the internal changes that Russia needs, because those changes need to be accomplished by the Russian people.” It is clear that Hill sees the same solution for Russia as he and his ilk have provided for Ukraine and Yugoslavia: destabilization and fragmentation. Hill is an expert on divided countries, having served as ambassador to South Korea, the “former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,” and hopelessly fragmented Iraq, as well as the special envoy to Kosovo. Hill was a key member of the U.S. delegation to the 1995 Dayton “Peace Summit,” a conference that resulted in the total fragmentation of what remained of Yugoslavia. The dissolution of Yugoslavia was the ultimate goal of Hill’s present business partners and friends: Albright, Berger, and then-Defense Secretary William Cohen.
As with former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and current Secretary of State John Kerry, Hill’s op-ed also drew parallels between Russia today and Nazi Germany 75 years ago. For any U.S. “diplomat” to liken the successor state of the Soviet Union, Russia, to Nazi Germany shows the ineptness of the neo-conservative interventionist argument that pervades the Obama administration. The Soviet Union, which included many loyal Ukrainians, suffered a body count of 25 million people in their war against the Nazis. For Hill, Clinton, Kerry, or anyone else to liken Russia to Nazi Germany is historical revisionism at its worst.
It’s not “democracy” that concerns money grubbers like Hill, Albright, and Berger but making obscene profits. That is why Soros provides a platform for people like Hill to promote his precious New World Order. Hill’s partner-in-crime, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Kurt Campbell, were only interested in promoting democracy in Myanmar (Burma) so Albright Stonebridge could, on behalf of their corporate client Coca Cola, open the first Coca Cola bottling plant in Myanmar. Last June, Albright flew to Yangon to guzzle a bottle of Coke in front of adoring clients, including Soros agent-of-influence and so-called “democracy leader” Aung San Suu Kyi, who gathered in the Burmese capital. Of course, Albright, Hill and Campbell are also interested in other “democracy” projects, such as U.S. firms nailing the lucrative contract to improve Yangon International Airport. The gambit of Albright minions like Hill is not democracy but corporate profits. There should be no surprise that Ukraine’s coup leaders decided to transfer Ukrainian gold and other assets, including priceless artwork, to U.S. custody as “collateral” for American loans. Dr. Josef Korbel would be proud of the kleptomania practices of those who carry on his traditions of art theft.
Hill is in good company as a well-paid contributor to Soros’s Project Syndicate. His colleagues represent a virtual “Who’s Who” of the New World Order: the Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass, Bush 41 Economics Advisers Chairman Michael Boskin, former Israeli Foreign Minister Shlomo Ben-Ami, former NATO Secretary General Javier Solana, former Spanish Foreign Minister and Vice President of the World Bank Ana Palacio, and former Mexican Foreign Minister Jorge Castaneda. All are members of the glee club of the New World Order.
Hill and his colleagues are upset that Russia has put the brakes on the goals of the New World Order. In a fit of rage that their own profits will suffer, oligarchs like Hill are pressing for further sanctions on Russian leaders. In the world of the New World Order advocates, the theft of state property and withholding of personal property is only allowable on their own terms and with their own personal enrichment as the key motivation for their actions.