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Beltway think tank Aspen Institute geniuses agree loaning out US military to the UN for use as ‘UN peacekeepers’ would be efficient-Democrats Against UN Agenda 21

December 5, 2013

11/26/13, “Future of American Defense,” Aspen Institute, Washington, DC, CSPAN

“Michele Flournoy, former undersecretary of Defense for Policy under President Obama, and Philip Zelikow, who served in President George H.W. Bush’s National Security Council, talked about U.S. defense policy. Nicholas Burns moderated.

“The Future of American Defense” was part of the Washington Ideas Roundtable Series, presented at the Aspen Institute in Washington, D.C., in partnership with the Aspen Strategy Group.” ( 1:19 video)

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Excerpt from Aspen Institute Strategy Group session (introduced above) referencing handing out the US military for UN use:

11/26/13, “Planned Future: UN Mercenaries,” Democrats Against UN Agenda 21

The Aspen Institute is notorious for being the think tank behind national policy. The discussion centered on how to manage a military that is expensive and getting more so.

The Aspen Institute is notorious for being the think tank behind national policy. The discussion centered on how to manage a military that is expensive and getting more so. – See more at: http://www.democratsagainstunagenda21.com/1/post/2013/11/planned-future-un-mercenaries.html#sthash.nPgKOxEp.dpuf

John Negroponte, former Ambassador to the UN and the first director of the National Intelligence Agency (George W. Bush) made a suggestion about an hour and 14 minutes into the discussion.

Why,” he said, “doesn’t the United States do some ‘capacitating’ with the UN peacekeeping forces? It would be much cheaper. In fact, in a word, outsourcing our military requirements to the UN would be an order of magnitude cheaper.”

Both former Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Michele Flournoy and former National Security Council member Philip Zelikow agreed that this would be a good idea.

So efficient! So cheap!” link to C-Span video above

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Comment: The US taxpayer is already a servant of the UN and humbly turns over part of his paycheck to his UN superiors. I may be missing something, but even if the UN paid us for giving them our soldiers to be maimed and killed they’d just be giving us back our own money. The UN is under no obligation to pay us back or be in any way accountable for the billions in US taxpayer dollars funneled to them yearly.

John Negroponte, former ambassador to the UN and the first director of the National Intelligence Agency (George W. Bush) made a suggestion about an hour and 14 minutes into the discussion.“Why,” he said, “doesn’t the United States do some ‘capacitating’ with the UN Peacekeeping Forces?  It would be much cheaper.  In fact, in a word, outsourcing our military requirements to the UN would be an order of magnitude cheaper.”Both former undersecretary of Defense for Policy Michele Flournoy and former National Security Council Member Philip Zelikow agreed that this would be a good idea.So efficient!  So cheap!
 http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/AmericanDefe – See more at: http://www.democratsagainstunagenda21.com/1/post/2013/11/planned-future-un-mercenaries.html#sthash.AeG0wKLR.dpuf
This afternoon CSPAN aired a program on American defense strategy hosted by the Aspen Institute’s Strategy Group.  This panel discussion included former undersecretary of Defense for Policy (President Obama) Michele Flournoy, and former National Security Council member (President George HW Bush) Philip Zelikow.  Both are members of the Aspen Strategy Group as are Condelezza Rice, John Podesta, Madeleine Albright, and Dianne Feinstein, to name a few.  The Aspen Institute is notorious for being the think tank behind national policy. The discussion centered on how to manage a military that is expensive and getting more so.John Negroponte, former ambassador to the UN and the first director of the National Intelligence Agency (George W. Bush) made a suggestion about an hour and 14 minutes into the discussion.“Why,” he said, “doesn’t the United States do some ‘capacitating’ with the UN Peacekeeping Forces?  It would be much cheaper.  In fact, in a word, outsourcing our military requirements to the UN would be an order of magnitude cheaper.”Both former undersecretary of Defense for Policy Michele Flournoy and former National Security Council Member Philip Zelikow agreed that this would be a good idea.So efficient!  So cheap!
 http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/AmericanDefe – See more at: http://www.democratsagainstunagenda21.com/1/post/2013/11/planned-future-un-mercenaries.html#sthash.1yiFEtzK.dpuf

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