Peter Sutherland: Prominent Trilateral Commission Member & Europe’s ‘Father Of Globalization’ Is Dead At 71

Peter Sutherland: Prominent Trilateral Commission Member And Europe’s ‘Father Of Globalization’ Is Dead At 71


Peter Sutherland was the point-man for the Trilateral Commission’s effort to establish its New International Economic Order and served as its Chairman and Honorary Chairman of the European Group for many years.

Sutherland was the founding Director-General of the World Trade Organization (1993-1995), Chairman of Goldman Sachs International (1995-2015) and Chairman of BP (1997-2010), Europe’s largest oil company.

He was the undisputed architect of Europe’s disastrous immigration policy, which many have called an intentional ‘immigration invasion’ of Europe. His appointment to the United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General for International Migration in 2006 lasted until 2017. During those early years, Sutherland hammered on EU member-states to set liberal immigration quotas, and after the Islamic invasion was straining Europe’s resources and patience, he ‘enforced’ those same nations to honor their original quotas.

In April 2016 I wrote about Sutherland in Sustainable Development, Migration And The Multi-Cultural Destruction Of The Nation State. I documented Sutherland’s subsequent indifference to the suffering caused by his migration invasion of Europe when he stated,

“Human mobility benefits not only migrants and their families, but their countries of origin and destination as well… No other force—not trade, not capital flows has the potential to transform lives in the sustainable, positive ways and on the scale that migration does.”

An advocate of the Trilateral Commission’s 1973 doctrine of ‘interdependence’, Sutherland wrote in Migration is Development in 2013,

“…there is no greater symbol of the world’s growing interdependence than the movement of people. If we can make meaningful economic progress in the coming generations, one of the pivotal reasons will be that people are allowed to move more freely. Advanced countries, with their adverse demographic trends, need migrants, as do developing countries ― not only for migrants’ economic contributions, but also for the social and cultural diversity that they bring.” [emphasis added]

A complete advocate of Sustainable Development, Sutherland once stated that the only path to Sustainable Development was to be found through multiculturalism, or migration.

The Independent (Ireland) opined Peter Sutherland’s passing with the headline, The brightest star has dimmed, but Peter’s light will be with us forever.

Otherwise, his death has not received the outburst of global sympathy that one might expect. While most populists in Europe would welcome Sutherland demise, indifference to his passing is the sharpest rebuke that could be given to his life’s achievements.


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