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Contributed By: Mike Visockis

13Dec11

Behind The Modern Man – Part 3

There is an Invisible Government that exists behind the scenes pulling the strings of a majority of people in society today.  However, these people and political machinations can be discovered if a little bit of digging is done in the right areas. This is what Dan Smoot has done in this book.  This is the documentation of the actual web of control that the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has on every facet of our society.  This is how they brainwash, manipulate, and create chaos in their work toward implementing world government.

This section will take us through some history of the origins of the CFR and the details of the people and organizations that have supported them in the billions of dollars. It also documents the spider web of spin off organizations that infiltrate down to our city and county levels.

After World War I was over in 1921 Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) was formed, and the New York Times on May 13, 1961 reported, “Dr. Mosley formed a small American group early last year to organize the conferences.  It received financial support from the Ford Foundation,” as well as “several who have since taken high posts in the Kennedy Administration.”   Some of the attendees were Communist Alger Hiss, who represented the U.S. State Department, MIT, Harvard Law, Presidential advisers, and Encyclopedia Britannica representatives.

Before the CFR was even created, the idea for the Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA) in London, came from a dinner meeting at the Chatham House in 1919, later used for the CFR meetings.  It is interesting to note that this was a little over a year after the Communist Bolshevik Russian Revolution that started in 1917.

The Bilderbergers group, or the Builders as they are also called, was named after a hotel Bilderberg in Oosterbeck, Netherlands in May, 1954.  The Prince of the Netherlands has attended every meeting since its inception, until only in recent years.  The Prince was a member of the secret society called Societe Generale de Beligque which had similar members as the CFR.

After his first and only term was over, President George Washington gave us a warning in his Farewell Address on September 17, 1796, warning the American people against foreign influences, foreign alliances, neutrality stances, and promoting the free exchange of travel, commerce, ideas, and of culture.  Then we had the War of 1812, the War, the Spanish-American War, and then Woodrow Wilson campaigned for President in 1916 saying that he would keep America out of a European war.  Later, with the help of his political adviser Colonel Edward Mandel House, he turned around and did the opposite by helping instigate the sinking of the Lusitania to propel American into the Great War in Europe.

House was more than a simple political adviser, however.  He selected Wilson’s cabinet, shaped his foreign policy, domestic policy, and ran the State Department.  He was even influential with Paul Warburg’s, Kahn’s, Marbury’s, Morganthou’s, Shiff’s, Lehman’s, and even more in Europe.

Wilson was pushing for world government all the way back in May 27, 1916 in his speech given to the League to Enforce Peace, which ended up being House’s idea from the beginning.  By September, 1916 Wilson established the First President’s Brain Trust to “draw up a charter for world government.”  House explained that the Trust consisted of 150 professors, students, lawyers, economists, and writers, including Allen Dulles (former CIA Director), John Foster Dulles (former Secretary of State), Walter Lippman, and Norman Thomas (American Socialist Party, precursor to the National Socialist’s in Germany).  These were the actual people who made the League of Nations.  However the Paris Conference went bad and the Constitutionalists in the U.S. Senate found out about these plans and vowed not to agree to the proposed Sudan treaty agreement.

At the second Paris meeting on May 19, 1919 House, John Dulles, Allen Dulles, and others met to form an organization “for the study of international affairs.”  The American participants returned to form the CFR in 1921.  House said this new organization was “called a ‘positive’ foreign policy for America – to replace the traditional ‘negative’ foreign policy … old-world politics.”  Then in 1927 the Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Ford foundations funded the CFR. Their first headquarters was established in 1929 in the Harold Pratt House in New York City, 58 East 68th Street.

By 1939 the CFR members started populating its members into the U.S. State Department.  This was just after World War II started in Europe and the CFR offered its services to them in the areas of security, armaments, finances, political issues, and territorial problems.  The CFR was then funded by the Rockefeller’s through private grants from non-profit foundations.  In February, 1941 the State Dept. created the group Division of Special Research (populated with CFR members); then in 1942 created the Advisory Committee on Postwar Foreign Policy.  The Secretary of State at the time was the actual CFR Chairman himself.

Forty members of the U.S. delegation to the U.N. met in San Francisco in 1945 to write the charter for the U.N. and were made up of CFR members Alger Hiss, John Foster Dulles, Adali Stevenson, and Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller, among others.  In the same year the CFR had almost completely take over the State Department with its members.  By 1960 it was revealed that Alger Hiss, who worked closely with the CFR, was an actual Soviet espionage agent, as well as Lattimore who was an “instrument of Soviet international conspiracy.”

“The ultimate aim of the Council on Foreign Relations … is the same as the ultimate aim of international Communism: to create a one world Socialist system and make the United States an official part of it.” (p. 12)

CFR member Julius Holmes helped sell merchant marine ships and surplus supplies but Congressional laws forbid this trade to organizations in foreign countries.  By August, 1947 CFR members formed a corporation that bought tanker ships and sold them to foreign interests like Russia who never paid or returned the supplies.  These supplies were the ones that were sent for military use to Communist countries like Romania, China, and North Korea.  The supplies shipped to North Korea were used by their military that killed American soldiers and civilians.  The people involved in this trade knew they could be easily used for military operations.  By September, 1948 Julius Holmes returned to the U.S. State Department with about $1 million in profits.

A Senate committee condemned this affair in 1952 saying it was “morally wrong,” and the criminals were indicted in 1954, but the case was dismissed.  The in 1955 the same man, Holmes, was appointed by President Eisenhower to the position of Ambassador to Iran.  Outrage at the appointment forced him to withdraw his name however.  Then in 1961 President Kennedy nominated Holmes to the same position which grandfather of George W. Bush, Prescott Bush that is, said that Holmes “was an innocent victim of sharp operators.”  Many other fellow Senators of Bush held the same sentiments.  The problem was that Holmes profited from selling military grade supplies to foreign countries that killed American soldiers and never made restitution for it.

When questioned about what he did, Holmes said that there was nothing wrong with what he did–he would do it again, and Congress would never investigate.  This is a perfect example of situation ethics that come right out of the teachings of the secret societies.  For example, an act can be right or wrong depending on the situation.  Holmes did not come up with this idea, but the CFR and its organizations foster, promote, and train people to do that very thing.  This flies in the face of controversial absolute truths that are taught from the Bible, Koran, and the Torah.  Despite what you might think, secret societies do not like these established religions.

Prescott Bush continued and told “Mr. Henry Wriston … now Chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations, in New York … Julius Holmes is the ablest man.”  Wriston was actually the President of the CFR and he later “Wristonized” the State Department.

This is a brief list of the CFR membership in 1961 alone:

JFK (not active member), Dean Rusk, Adali Stevenson, [Brown Brothers] Harriman, Allen Dulles (DCI), John Kenneth Galbraith, Edward R. Murrow, Julius Holmes, Arthur Schlesinger, George W. Ball, and Mcgeorge Bundy.  In an August 23, 1960 letter JFK explained that he was invited when he was a Senator.  He wasn’t listed on the CFR roster, but he did fill his administration with plenty of CFR members.

The income of the CFR in 1961 came mostly from non-profit foundation grants from Ford and Carnegie, and also from publication subscribers and membership dues.  Business contribution in 1961 came from AT&T, Armco Metals, Brown Brothers Harriman, Chase Manhattan, Chicago Bridge and Iron, Continental Oil, Corning, DuPont, First National City Bank (now National City owned by Citigroup), Ford Motor Company (post Henry Ford), General Dynamics, General Motors, Gillette, Gulf Oil (now Chevron), Halliburton (Dick Cheney), Heinz, IBM, ITT, Kellogg, Loeb (now Kuhn & Loeb investments), Merck & Co., Mobil Oil, New York Times, Ohio Oil (now is Mobil), Otis Elevator, Owens-Corning, , Pan-Am, Pfizer, RCA, Rand Corporation, San Jacinto Oil (now Chevron), Sinclair Oil (now ARCO), Singer, Standard Oil, Standard Vacuum, Texaco, Texas Gulf Sulfur, Texas Instruments, Time, Inc., and U.S. Steel.  The question is, what did these companies get in return for their support?  The answer is that almost all of these organizations prospered greatly.

In 1958 to 1959 the CFR had a round table meeting with Communists and Socialists including Premier Castro where he talked about “Cuba and the United States.”  The U.N. gave legitimacy to Cuba and other Communist countries by recognizing them and giving them voting rights in the assembly.

There are other child CFR organizations.  One such organization was called Committees on Foreign Relations that existed in 30 American cities like Albuquerque, Indianapolis, Tucson, Salt Lake, and St. Louis.  This is where the hands of the CFR extend into the states themselves in another form of control, amongst others as we learn later. In some of their meetings they talked about the “re-appraisal of the United States national interest in the United Nations.”

Before the start of World War II FDR was running for re-election on the promise of keeping America out of a European war, just like Woodrow Wilson did in 1916.  This was 1940, before Pearl Harbor; the foreign policy of the American government was “isolationist” in nature.  The staging of the Pearl Harbor served many purposes of the CFR and its partners.  Pearl Harbor was a catalyst that entered America into World War II and the removed isolationist foreign policy, because after Pearl Harbor there have been a long string of undeclared wars that have killed over 60,000 American soldiers.

The CFR pioneered the idea of using the Monroe Doctrine to protect Greenland from the German navy.  By April 9th Germany invaded Denmark, and then Denmark agreed to accept help from the U.S.  They agreed to the installment of U.S. military planes and equipment.  Afterward, Germany declared war on the U.S. only eight months later.

This was an ironic situation because Canada and England were both closer to Greenland, and for the fact that the U.S. didn’t oppose the European/Denmark colonization in 1921 until it came up in 1940.

The shaping of the policies of the State Department and the White House has been made by the CFR.  Since World War II these policies have redistributed the wealth of the United States in gold; there is none in Fort Knox. These policies funded the industrial buildup of other countries at our expense, reduced our industrial dominance, and even more recently shipped these manufacturing jobs overseas.  This has culminated in the corporate culture of “outsourcing” of today that is so prominent around the world.

“The entwining of America affairs – economic, political, cultural, social, educational, and even religious – with those other nations until the United States will no longer have an independent policy … until we cannot turn to our traditional foreign policy of maintaining national independence, nor to free private capitalism as an economic system.”  (p. 25)

In October, 1943 the Secretary of State, Cordell Hall, Eden from Great Britain, and Soviet Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Vyacheslav Molotov met at the Moscow Conference to create the European Advisory Council on how to divide Germany post World War II, which was still going on.  Hull opposed, but eventually voted for the proposal at the urging of his CFR adviser Mosley.

From November 27th to December 2nd, 1943 FDR was on the U.S.S. Iowa for the Tehran Conference with Stalin, Churchill, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff to figure out how to divide up Germany and Berlin amongst the U.S., Russia, Great Britain, and France.  During the Conference Stalin was indifferent to all of the issues except for the U.S. making a frontal attack on the German fronts in Europe, deciding who would be the Allied Commander (before Dwight D. Eisenhower), and “reducing the whole of Europe to virtual impotence so that the Soviet Union would be the only major power on the continent after the war.”  As we have seen, the U.S. did exactly that by helping supply the Russians and FDR simply approved.

The State Dept. published in 1961, “Foreign Relations of the United States: Diplomatic Papers: The Conferences at Cairo and Tehran 1943.”  Then the above mentioned European Advisory Council would work out the details of the agreements.

In November of that same year the U.S. military planned to enter Berlin before everyone else, but they waited 17 months for Russia to enter first.  By the end of World War II when the U.S. Ninth Army entered Berlin they met little resistance, but they were slowed by the fleeing civilians running from the advancing Russians that the U.S. waited so long for.  As the Ninth Army advanced they heard the Germans announcing to the people to surrender to the American military, because only 20 minutes away the Russians were fighting German remnants and not taking prisoners.  However, the American military did nothing about that.  The whole Ninth Army could have been there in a few hours, but Eisenhower halted them.  Instead they held outside of East Berlin for days while the Russians ravaged and controlled the surrounding area.

Patton was advancing into Czechoslovakia and was 30 minutes from Prague when he was ordered to stop by Eisenhower as well.  Afterward he was told to turn around and evacuate Czechoslovakia altogether.  The Czechoslovakia freedom fighters were promised to be let back into the country to fight in 1943, but were held back until the Russians had already completely occupied it.  The freedom fighters had to even ask permission to be let into the victory parade (2).

As we have seen in previous articles, the rest of World War II led to the murder of 20,000,000 people.  Next we will see the role that the CFR and their sister organizations played a role in it and other subsequent conflicts.

 

(1)  Council on Foreign Relations. http://www.cfr.org/about/history/cfr/inquiry.html.

(2) Dan Smoot, Invisible Government

Original artikel:
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