Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)

  • A Short History of the Round Table
    •  But for [King] George III, war would have been unknown throughout the world today. The English-speaking race would have been reorganized as a unit, with its central Parliament meeting alternately in New York and London, and it would have given peace to the world.
      – Cecil Rhodes
    • Part 1
      • Cecil Rhodes, founder of the De Beers diamond mining corporation, had a vision of an Imperial Federation that would re-unify Great Britain and the United States and globalize the world.
    • Part 2
      • A confidante of Cecil Rhodes, Alfred Milner was another supporter of imperial federation, which he saw as but a means to perpetuate British power in the guise of a supranational state encompassing the UK and all its Dominions.
    • Part 3
      • In 1909, members of Alfred Milner’s Kindergarten regrouped in London to found the Round Table for the purpose of creating an imperial federation covering Britain and all its dominions.
    • Part 4
      • Divided in its reaction to the League of Nations, the Round Table struggled to control events, but its moment was already passing, as was Britain’s…
  • Carroll Quigley
    • Biography of Carroll Quigley
    • Tragedy and Hope
      • Tragedy and Hope, subtitled “A History of the World in Our Time”, is an epic and scholarly work of history written by Carroll Quigley. The book covers the period of roughly 1880 to 1963 and is multidisciplinary in nature though perhaps focusing on the economic problems brought about by the First World War and the impact these had on subsequent events. While global in scope, the book focusses on Western civilization, because Quigley has more familiarity with the West.The book has attracted the attention of conspiracy theorists[1] due to Quigley’s assertion that a secret society initially led by Cecil Rhodes, Alfred Milner and others had considerable influence over British and American foreign policy in the first half of the twentieth century. From 1909-1913, Milner organized the outer ring of this society as the semi-secret Round Table groups.[2]
    • The Anglo-American Establishmnet
      • “Quigley exposes the secret society’s established in London in 1891, by Cecil Rhodes. Quigley explains how these men worked in union to begin their society to control the world. He explains how all the wars from that time were deliberately created to control the economies of all the nations.”
    • A Short History of the Round Table
  • Cecil Rhodes
  • The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and The New World Order

    • “Citing source data is the “scientific method,” but does not seem to apply to’Conspiracy Theories. A thousand sources may be quoted, yet will not convince the ‘skeptics,’ the ‘realists.’ It seems to me the ‘symptoms of mental illness’ are on their side, if they refuse to look at evidence (‘There are none so blind as those who WILL not see’); or perhaps something more sinister is at work, such as a knowledge of the truth, that does not want YOU to know.”
  • Confessions of a Monopolist
    • “Here is the confession of a monopolist. It is the story of no one monopolist, but of all monopolists. It shows the rules of the game. The portrait presented is not the portrait of any one monopolist Senator; it is the composite of many, and the setting may be laid in any one of the Northern States. For the United States Senate is the refuge of monopoly. Its members no longer are representatives of the Commonwealths which name them, but of the big business interests whose directors, attorneys and agents they are.”
  • F.D.R.: My Exploited Father-In-Law
    • “…Most of his thoughts, his political‘ammunition,’…were carefully manufactured for him in advance by the CFR-One World Money group. Brilliantly… he exploded that prepared‘ammunition’ in the middle of an unsuspecting target, the American people–and thus paid off and retained his internationalist political support.”
  • None Dare Call It A Conspiracy
    • “…is a book of great importance, having upset the ruling Western political Establishment by exposing much of their secretive underlying history and agendas that control the political processes of the United States and much of the rest of the world. The book was light-years ahead of it’s time when it was published in 1971. The information in this book is surprising and can even seem far-fetched to the uninitiated, however the information is accurate and well documented.”
  • Philip Dru: Administrator
    • A Story of Tomorrow 1920-1935″This book is dedicated to the unhappy many who have lived and died lacking opportunity, because, in the starting, the world-wide social structure was wrongly begun”
  • The Rockefeller File
    • “By the time the (16th) Amendment had been approved by the states, the Rockefeller Foundation was in full operation…about the same time that Judge Kenesaw Landis was ordering the breakup of the Standard Oil monopoly…John D…not only avoided taxes by creating four great tax-exempt foundations; he used them as repositories for his ‘divested’ interests…made his assets non-taxable so that they might be passed down through generations without…estate and gift taxes…Each year the Rockefellers can dump up to half their incomes into their pet foundations and deduct the “donations” from their income tax.”
  • The Hard Road to World Order
    • “In this unhappy state of affairs, few people retain much confidence in the more ambitious strategies for world order that had wide backing a generation ago-“world federalism,” “charter review,” and “world peace through world law.” The consensus on basic values and willingness to entrust vital interests to community judgment clearly do not exist. One need only picture a world constitutional convention including Messrs. Nixon, Brezhnev, Mao, Brandt, Pompidou, Castro, Perón, and Qaddafi, not to mention Mmes. Golda Meir and Indira Gandhi. What rules or procedures for world government could they agree upon?”
  • America’s Unelected Rulers, The Council on Foreign Relations
    • “The purpose of this book is to present, by direct quotations, the views of the leading figures in the Council on Foreign Relations and how such views are now affecting the Foreign Policy of the United States, The authors believe that the policies advocated by the Council on Foreign Relations, and being carried out by CFR members in high positions in the Government, are not in the best interests of this nation”
  • America’s 60 Families
    • “What this book purports to do is to furnish replies, naming names and quoting book, chapter, and verse, to two blunt questions: Who owns and controls these large fortunes today, and how are these fortunes used?”
  • The Shadows of Power
    •  “It has been said that those who do not know the past are condemned to repeat it. But how can we truly understand an incident in our American past if we are confined to the headline version, designed for public consumption in the interest ofprotecting the powerful and the few? The Shadows of Power has resurrected eight decades of censored material. Don’t let anyone censor it for you now. Read the book and decide for yourself its merit. Your outlook, and perhaps your future itself, will never be the same.”
      • The Shadows of Power: The Council on Foreign Relations and the American Decline
        • “James Perloff exposes the subversive roots and global designs of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Passed off as a think-tank this group is the ‘power behind the throne’ with hundreds of top-appointed government officials drawn from its ranks – regardless of which party has occupied the White House. It began in 1921 as a front organization for J.P. Morgan and Company and by World War II it had acquired unrivaled influence on American foreign policy. In this presentation Mr. Perloff traces the CFR’s activity from the Wilson to Bush administrations.
  • What is the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)?
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