Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)


"The Trilateral Commission does not secretly runs the world. This makes the CFR".

Sir Winston Lord, president of the CFR (1978) and assistant secretary of state of the United States

"(...) A group of billionaires created the strategic level over the Machiavellian world economic history - invented the formula so ironically summarized by columnist Edith Kermit Roosevelt (granddaughter of Theodore Roosevelt): 'The best way to fight communism was a New Order ruled by socialist experts like themselves'. " This idea spread like wildfire among the members of the CFR, Council on Foreign Relations, the powerful think tank New Yorker".

The journalist Daniel Estulin, in his book The True Story of the Bilderberg Club, also referred to the activities of the CFR - Council on Foreign Relations U.S., which has several branches: the Royal Institute of International Affairs of the United Kingdom, the Institute for International Affairs of Canada, Australia, South Africa, India and the Netherlands, and the Institute of Pacific Relations of China, Russia and Japan.

According to Estulin, the CFR is headquartered in New York, in the Harold Pratt House, a four-floor mansion, on the corner of Park Avenue and 68th Street, that was donated by the widow of Mr. Pratt, heir of the Rockefeller Standard Oil fortune. The CFR consists of approximately three thousand members of the U.S. power elite. His greatest financial support comes from the Rockefeller Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation and the Ford Foundation.

During its first 50 years of existence, the CFR was almost never mentioned by the media, although among the members of the CFR included the most senior executives of The New York Times, Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, Time, Fortune, Business Week, U.S. News World Report, and many others. Thus, the anonymity of the CFR is not accidental. It is deliberate.

In the early 60's, 12 of 20 members of the Rockefeller Foundation, 10 of 15 members of the Ford Foundation and 10 of the 14 members of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace were CFR members.

To evaluate the dimensions of power that wield the most important secret organizations in the world - the Bilderberg Group, CFR and Trilateral Commission - is sufficient to recall that they control all U.S. presidential candidates of both parties, most of the senators and congressmen, most of the relevant posts to the country's politics, especially in the field of international affairs, most of the press, all members of the CIA, FBI and IRS (Treasury Department), and most of the rest of government organizations Washington. Almost all jobs in the White House are occupied by CFR members. All CIA directors have been CFR members, with the exception of James R. Schlesinger, who held office briefly in 1973. These data were from a 1987 report, published by the CFR in their website.

Obviously, people may ask: how can such a powerful secret organization, which in theory controls U.S. foreign policy, openly publish their reports? But the reader should be aware that this information is that you know they want to reduce the importance of the subject. The truly diabolical course decisions that are not published.

All individuals who make up the Bush team - Condoleezza Rice, Dick Cheney, Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz, Lewis Libby, Colin Powell and Robert Zoellick, are CFR members. Democrat John Kerry, presidential candidate defeated by Bush, a member of the CFR and the Bilderberg Group. Although change administrations, whether Democrat or Republican, the posts are always held by CFR members.

President Bill Clinton, a member of the CFR, Bilderberg and the Trilateral Commission, employed about one hundred CFR members in his administration. George Bush Sr. had 387 members of the CFR and the Trilateral Commission in its administration. Ronald Reagan, 313. Nixon, at the beginning of his administration, placed 115 CFR members in key positions to its executive team. Of the first 82 names that are part of the cabinet of President Kennedy, 63 belonged to the CFR, according to a report by September 1, 1961, Arnold Beichman, the Christian Science Monitor. As noted, the CFR has been a real employment agency for the Democratic and Republican administrations. The presidents of governments come and go, but the power of the CFR and its objectives remain.

The Council on Foreign Relations could be considered a optimum field for the concepts of one-world idealism, and the Trilateral Commission is the "task force" assembled to assault the bridge-heads. The Commission placed its members in top posts the U.S. had to offer.

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