Club of Rome

Who they are

A conference on the conditions of World Order, was held from 12 to 19 June 1965 at the Villa Serbelloni in Bellagio, Italy, sponsored by the Congress for Cultural Freedom, with a grant from the Ford Foundation and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences . A group of 21 scholars, writers and scientists around the world, met to define the concepts of world order. In a section of your report, Helio Jaguaribe, one participant said:

"The establishment of world order depends not only on its intrinsic desirability and feasibility, but also the support of men and groups who decide to dedicate themselves to achieving this goal. Growing industry of developed and underdeveloped societies begin to realize the urgent need of world order, the viability of its creation, and the fact that it can be achieved through the adoption of measures that are reasonable, by itself, no government will be able to escape public pressure to restore order in the world ...

It is the intellectuals play a crucial role in the formation of pressure groups in favor of world order ... the establishment of world order requires the mobilization of groups dedicated to international pressure for the gradual implementation of world order ... negotiated the establishment of world order is theoretically possible and feasible, given that, ultimately, the likely effects of a nuclear conflagration made it a viable alternative to the peaceful solution of contemporary problems. "

Three years later, in April 1968, a think-tank of financiers, scientists, economists, politicians, heads of state and entrepreneurs from ten different countries, once again met in a private ownership of Rockefeller in Bellagio, Italy, responding the request of Aurelio Peccei, the Italian industrialist who had close ties with Fiat and the Olivetti Corporation. He claimed to have solutions to world peace and prosperity that could be achieved through a one-world government. The Club of Rome (COR) was created, then, with the participation of 75 renowned scientists, entrepreneurs and economists from 25 countries, along with the Bilderberg Group, became one of the most important foreign policy arms of the Round Table Group .

Many of the Club of Rome executives were drawn from NATO. Through Lord Carrington, they were able to split NATO into two factions: one left-wing political group, whose doctrine was formed based on Peccei's book "Human Quality (Quality Human) ', and another group, composed of his former military alliance.

The first conference of the Club of Rome in the U.S. occurred in 1969 when it was created the American branch of the club: the "American Association of the Club of Rome."

The first book of the COR, entitled The Limits to Growth, was published in 1972 and dealt with the problem of world overpopulation. He said that "if the global patterns of consumption and population growth continue with the same high rates of time, the Earth would reach its limits within a century." The book, which sold 12 million copies in 27 languages. Here is an excerpt of this book:

"We believe in the fact that the need will quickly become evident, a social change, coinciding with a technical change in a radical reform of the institutions and political processes at all levels, including the largest, the world system. And since intellectual enlightenment has no effect, without the political support, the Club of Rome also will encourage the creation of a world forum where statesmen, politicians and scientists to discuss the dangers and hopes for the future global system without the constraints of formal intergovernmental negotiations. "

For the most part, the Club of Rome (based on 193 Rissener Landstr. In Hamburg, Germany), works as a research institute on economic problems, political and social, and states that "there is no other viable alternative for future survival of civilization, a new global community under a common leadership. "

On September 17, 1973, they released a report called "Regionalized and Adaptive Model of the Global World System", which was prepared by the directors Mihajlo Mesarovic and Eduard Pestel, as part of "Project Strategy for Survival. " He revealed the purpose of the Club of dividing the world into ten political and economic areas ... that would unite the world under a single form of government. These regions are: North America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Japan, Rest of Developed World, Latin America, Middle East and the rest of Africa, South and Southeast Asia and China. The same level was published in a book of the Club of Rome entitled "Mankind At The Turning Point," which said:

"The solution to these crises can be developed only in a global context with full and explicit recognition of the emerging world system and a long-term basis. This would involve, among other changes, the creation of a new world economic order and a global system of allocation of resources ... "

During the Carter administration, a task force was created to expand the present report, and on July 24, 1980, a document in two volumes, called "Global 2000 Report," which was written by former Secretary of State Cyrus R. Vance, was presented to President Carter and then the Secretary of State Edward S. Muskie. The report cites global economic trends for the next 20 years, and indicates that the planet's resources are not sufficient to support the dramatic increase in world population. The report calls for the U.S. population will be reduced by 100 million people by the year 2050.

Howard T. Odum, a marine biologist at the University of Florida, a member of the Club of Rome, was quoted in August 1980, Fusion magazine, as saying: "It is necessary that the United States cut off two thirds of its population over the next 50 years ". He just did not say how this would be done.

About six months later, the Council on Environmental Quality made recommendations based on the report, entitled "Global Future:. A time to act" They suggested the establishment of an aggressive population control program which would include contraception, sterilization and abortion . In August 1982, "Executive Intelligence Review 'published a report called" Global 2000: Blueprint for Genocide "which said the two mentioned presidential reports:

"... Are properly understood as statements of political intent, the purpose of certain organizations like the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), Trilateral Commission and the International Monetary Fund and to develop policies that will not only result in the death of 120 million cited in the reports, but on the death of over two billion people by the year 2000. "

Peccei wrote (based on a report from a member of the Club of Rome, Harland Cleveland, the U.S. ambassador to NATO, who believed that Third World countries should decide for themselves who should be eliminated):

"Damaged by conflicting policies of the three major countries and blocs, roughly patched up here and there, the existing international economic order is visibly coming apart at the seams ... The prospect that the need for screening of the appeal, decide who should be saved is even a very unpleasant way. But if, unfortunately, the events lead us to this point, the right to make such decisions can not be left only to some nations. "

Worldwide, the Club of Rome declared that genocide must be used to eliminate the people they refer to as "useless eaters." This would be done using limited wars in advanced countries, and even a limited nuclear conflict in a strategic location, as well as through starvation and disease created famine in the Third World.

In the 1976 novel, "Ceremony of the Innocent," by Taylor Caldwell, she effectively explains the logic behind their actions:

"... There will be no peace in the tormented world, only a programmed and systematic series of wars and disasters until the conspirators achieve their objective: an exhausted world, willing to submit to a levelned Marxist economy and total enslavement in the name of peace. "

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