Isn’t it interesting that the movers and shakers knew 20 years before the so-called phony “fall of the Soviet Union” in 1990, that the Soviet Union was, going to crack up?
Back in September 1970 The Don Bell Report told of a White House Conference on the Industrial World titled “A Look at Business in 1990.” Below are a few key excerpts:
As importantly, international agreements between the socialist and the private property economies add a different dimension to the problems for which solutions need to be found over the years ahead. But as Jean Frere, Managing Partner of Banque Lambert, Brussels, forecasts, the socialist countries will take major steps toward joining the world economy by 1990….
And since major economic matters in all countries are also important political matters in and between countries, the inevitable consequence of these propositions is that the broader and total destinies—economic, political, and social—of all the world’s nations are closely interlocked. We are clearly at that point where economic issues and their related effects can be considered only in terms of a total world destiny, not just separate national destinies, and certainly not just a separate go-it-alone destiny for the United States. Read more HERE.
Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
Former Senior Policy Advisor
U.S. Department of Education
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