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Saturday, February 26

Hunter S. Thompson and the Aspen Institute

Let's weave a thread, shall we? What is the significance of Hunter S. Thompson's connections to the Aspen Institute? It's probably a dead end, but worth looking into.

It appears that Hunter S. Thompson has a connection to the Aspen Institute, where he received "leadership training" in 1964.

Of interest is his connection to Aspen Institute bigwig Walter Isaacson.
Walter Isaacson regarded Thompson as his mentor.

Prince Bandar is a part of the Aspen Institute, and their list of members can be found HERE.

A lot of powerful people hang out there.

It is connected to Elian Gonzalez.

The Aspen Institute appears to have imposed certain economic conditions on the nation of Iran back in 1975.

This is what some people have said about the Aspen Institute:

Barry Chamish

By the 1970s elitist intellectuals and globalist institutions had focused on population growth and industrial development as two of the most pressing enemies of the human race. The United Nations, the Club of Rome, the Tavistock and Aspen Institutes and many other organizations that served as mouthpieces for the ruling elites all began crying out that the environment was being destroyed and that industrialization was becoming a terrible menace. Technology, science and human progress were falling out of favor. The elites considered the earth's resources their possessions and they did not want to share them with an emerging and developing Third World.

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The Aspen Institute is another important globalist think tank. It was established in 1949 by three Chicagoans: a businessman, the president of the University of Chicago and one of his professors. The University of Chicago was founded with Rockefeller money, and the Aspen Institute has always existed within the Rockefeller sphere of influence. One of the high points of the history of the Aspen Institute was a conference on "Technology: Social Goals and Cultural Options" in 1970 that paved the way for the UN's Earth Summit in Stockholm in 1972.

In Iran members of the Aspen Institute and the Club of Rome linked up directly with the ideological opponents of the Shah's regime in Iran. Ali Shariati, Abolhassan Bani-Sadr and many of the leading educators in Iran's universities were brought into their circle of influence. The Globalists' destabilization campaign against the Shah is documented in Robert Dreyfuss' book Hostage To Khomeini, of which a portion can be read here at the website dedicated to Iran's former prime minister Amir Abbas Hoveyda.

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