Freemasons and Illuminati set up Apparatus for the
Establishment of One-world Government
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of the Darkness, the Origin of Masonry, by G.S.Lawrence
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The Council on Foreign Relations
- Abraham asserts that one of the primary reasons these Illuminati
worked behind the scenes to forment WWI was to create in its
aftermath a world government to control resources of the world.
The selling point is peace. Professor Carroll Quigley, Mr. Clinton's
own professor at Georgetown University, in his book Tragedy
and Hope (MacMillan, New York, 1966) informs us that the
secret Round Table was created for Rothschild, to be headed
by Lord Milner, using Cecil Rhodes' money. (Is it accidental
that Rhodes scholarship fund was created and a Rhodes scholar,
Bill Clinton, was nominated and elected President of the U.S.?)
The Round Table worked behind the scenes at the highest
levels of British government, influencing foreign policy and
England's involvement and conduct of WWI.
- Professor Quigley tells us that in New York, the Round Table
Group was known as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).
(Quigley, p. 951) According to Quigley, the most important financial
dynasties in America following WWI were (in addition to Morgan)
the Rockefeller family; Kuhn, Loeb & Company; Dillon Read
and Company and Brown Bros., Harriman. (Quigley, p. 529). The
founders of CFR include those who financed the Bolshevik Revolution.
The CFR has come to be known as "The
invisible government" and "the
Rockefeller foreign office." St. Michael called
David Rockefeller the man who hides the mask ruling the U.S.
- The CFR's takeover and control of the U.S. Department of
State is contained in State Department Publication 2349, Report
to the President on the Results of the San Francisco Conference.
It is the report of Secretary of State President on the Results
of the San Francisco Conference. It is the report of Secretary
Edward R. Stettinius (C.F.R.) to President Truman. This document
states that new problems after the war required a special committee
to deal with them. As a result, a Committee on Post-War Problems
was set up with high officials of the State Department (all but
one were CFR members) assisted by a research staff who were previously
working for CFR but now became part of State Department as Division
of Special Research. After Pearl Harbor, the Committee on Post-War
Problems became Advisory Committee on Post-War Foreign Policies.
(See also the C.F.R.'s booklet, A Record of Twenty Years,
1921-1947.) (ibid., pp. 95-96).
- This is the group which designed the United Nations. The
land in Manhattan, New York where the U.N. building now stands
was donated by the Rockefellers. (cf. P. Collier and D. Horowitz,
The Rockefellers An American Dynasty, Holt, Rinehart Winston,
1976, pp. 246-247).
- The Christian Science Monitor indicates the fantastic
power the C.F.R. has had during the last six administrations
(before Mr. Reagan's second term): "Almost half of the Council
members have been invited to assume official government positions
or to act as consultants at one time or another." The policies
promoted by the C.F.R. in the fields of defense and international
relations become, with a regularity which defies the laws of
chance, the official policies of the United States Government.
(Abraham, pp. 94-95).
- The CFR dominated President Kennedy's State Department, his
Cabinet, and Secretary of State Dean Rusk's staff. Anthony Lukas
of the New York Times reported: "Of the first 82 names on
a list prepared to help President Kennedy staff his State Department,
63 were Council members. Kennedy once complained, 'I'd like to
have some new faces here, but all I get is the same old names.'
(James W. Wardner, The Planned Destruction of America,
P.O. Box 163141, Altamonte Springs, Florida 32716-3141; 407-865-9722
, p. 60)
- President Nixon appointed 110 CFR members to the highest
un-elected offices in the land. (Wardner, op. cit., p.
- President Carter appointed more than 70 men from the CFR
and over 20 members of the Trilateral Commission (TC) to the
highest unelected offices of government. (Wardner, op. cit.,
- President Reagan appointed over 80 individuals to his administration
who were members of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral
Commission, or both. Note especially his running mate, Trilateralist
George Bush. Reagan appointed to the highest offices in government:
64 CFR members, 6 Trilateral members, 6 both CFR and Trilateral
members, and 5 former members of the Trilateral Commission. (Wardner,
op. cit., p. 56.)
- Most of President Clinton's first term cabinet officers were
CFR members including Secretary of State, Deputy Secretary of
State, Secretary of Defense, National Security Advisor, Deputy
National Security Advisor, CIA Director, Chairman of the Foreign
Intelligence Advisory Board, Secretary of Treasury, Deputy Secretary
of the Treasury, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Secretary
of Housing and Urban Development, Secretary of the Interior,
Under Secretary for Political Affairs, Assistant Secretary of
State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Aid Coordinator to
the Commonwealth of Independent States, Deputy Director, Office
of Management and Budget, Chairman, Council of Economic Advisors,
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (Madeleine Albright who
was responsible for foreign policy legislation during the Carter
years and was Director of the world-government-promoting Atlantic
Council, now Secretary of State under Clinton.) (Wardner, op.
cit., pp. 51-52.)
- Dr. James W. Wardner in his well-documented book lists the
- Of the eighteen secretaries of the treasury since 1921, twelve
have been members of the CFR.
- Of the sixteen secretaries of state, twelve have been CFR
members (four have been presidents of Rockefeller Foundation).
- The Defense Department, created in 1947, has had fifteen
secretaries; nine have been CFR.
- The CIA, also created in 1947, has had eleven directors seven
have been CFR.
- Six of seven superintendents at West Point have been CFR.
- Every supreme Allied commander in Europe has been CFR
- Every U.S. ambassador to NATO has been CFR.
- The Four key positions in every administration, Republican
or Democratic, are routinely filled by CFR members:
- National Security Advisor
- Secretary of State
- Secretary of Defense
- Secretary of Treasury
- There are increasing numbers of CFR members in the legislative
branch of government. Pat Schroeder (D-CO), Christopher Dodd
(D-CT), Newt Gingrich (R-GA), Warren Rudman (R-NH), Bob Graham
(D-FL), Thomas Foley (D- WA), Charles Robb (D-VA), John D. Rockefeller,
IV (D-WV) are all members.
- George Bush had 387 members of the CFR in his administration.
Ronald Reagan had 313.
- The team of Clinton and Gore is financed and supported by
the CFR as well. Clinton is a member of the Council on Foreign
Relations and the Trilateral Commission.
- Perot, the outsider in the 1992 elections, picked CFR people
to run his campaign.
- Total CFR membership as of December 1992 was 2905.
- The objective of the CFR and CFR-controlled
State Department is to completely disarm the whole world including
America and let the United Nations has monopoly on armed forces
which they called the U.N. Peace Force. (Wardner,
op. cit., pp. 67-68).
- In his stunning book The Most Secret Science, retired
Air Force Colonel Archibald Roberts states: "Under this
plan, the United States will finance and man a totalitarian UN
military complex." (Wardner, op. cit., p. 68). According
to the CFR and its agency the U.S. State Department, even the
U.S. would not have the power to challenge the U.N. Peace Force.
Consequently, Colonel Roberta continues: "The enormity of
this subversion is nearly incomprehensible -- as is the failure
of the American people to protest the criminal abrogation of
the United States Constitution. As one American soldier, I bitterly
resent being turned over to an organization whose every precept
and very existence contravenes the Constitution I have sworn
to uphold." (p. 133, quoted in Wardner, op. cit,
- While media reports and discusses everything else except
the CFR and its objectives. This is because, according to CFR's
own 1987 report, 262 of its members are "journalists, correspondents,
and communications executives." (Wardner, op. cit.,
- The Illuminati, through the C.F.R., has spread its influence
to other vital areas of American society. Its members have run
or are running NBC, CBS, ABC, the New York Times, the
Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago
Sun, the Des Moines Register, the Wall Street Journal,
Time, Life, Newsweek, Fortune, Business
- Here is the list of well-known reporters and anchors who
have been or are current members of the CFR:
- It is a conspiracy of silence among
the media to keep American people in the dark about the CFR's
plan to subvert the U.S. Constitution and to create a dictatorial
one-world government under the leadership of the emerging Anti-Christ. In his opening statement to the secret
Bilderberger meeting in Germany 1991, David
Rockefeller included the acknowledgment: "We
are grateful to the Washington Post, The New York Times,
Time magazine, and other great publications whose directors
have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion
[silence] for almost forty years....It
would have been impossible for us to develop our Plan for the
world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity
during these years." (Larry Abraham, Insider Report,
January 1992, p. 2.) In other words, the success of the conspiracy
to set up one-world government under the Anti-Christ is due in
part to the cooperation of the media
sector. When the Anti-Christ finally arrives on the
world scene, do you think that the media people would be on our
side, the side of freedom?
The Trilateral Commission
The roots of the Trilateral Commission (TC) stem from a book
Between Two Ages written by Zbigniew
Brzezinski in 1970 while he was a professor at Columbia
University in New York City. David Rockefeller
read the book and was impressed with its contents. The book inspired
Rockefeller to create the TC.
- In July 1972, 8 members of CFR, among whom were David Rockefeller
and Zbigniew Brzezinski founded the Trilateral Commission. The
Commission's purpose is to engineer an enduring partnership among
the ruling classes of North America, Western Europe, and Japan
-- hence the term 'Trilateral' -- in an attempt to influence
public opinions and government decision-makings in such a way
that the peoples, governments and economies of all nations must
serve the needs of multinational banks and corporations. To achieve
this, Trilateralists must manage both dependence and democracy
-- at home and abroad. In other words, they
must reduce the mass to dependency and suppress democracy and
any voice of protest through control and surveillance. The ultimate
aim would be to establish an one-world economy, one-world government,
one-world monetary system, and one-world religion.
The following excerpts from official TC's documents, together
with writings and speeches of founding members will confirm this.
- In his book With No Apologies (1979), Senator
Barry Goldwater writes: "The C.F.R. is the American
branch of a society which originated in England. Internationalistic
in viewpoint, the C.F.R.,
along with the Atlantic Union Movement, and the Atlantic Council
of the U.S., believes national boundaries should be obliterated
and one-world rule established
... What the Trilaterals truly intend is the creation of a worldwide economic power superior to the political
government of the nation-states involved.
As managers and creators of the system they will rule the world
... In my view, the Trilateral Commission represents a skillful,
coordinated effort to seize control and consolidate the four
centers of power: political, monetary, intellectual, and ecclesiastical." (With No
Apologies, pp. 128, 284).
- The TC took the position that "the economic officials
of ... the largest countries must begin to think in terms of
managing a single world economy,
in addition to managing international economic relations among
countries" (The Reform of International Institutions:
A Report of the Trilateral Tank Force on International Institutions
to the Trilateral Commission , New York: The Trilateral Commission,
1976, p. 22.)
- In order to achieve the goal of world domination in the form
of one-world government, the Trilateralists
need to control the U.S. and other governments.
- Senator Barry Goldwater observed, "Whereas the Council
on Foreign Relations is distinctly national in membership, the
Trilateral Commission is international. Representation is allocated
equally to Western Europe, Japan, and the United States. It is intended to be the vehicle for multinational
consolidation of the commercial and banking interest by seizing
control of the political government of the United States."
( With No Apologies, p. 280.)
- Holly Sklar, in her book Trilateralism, says, "These
men make the most important foreign, economic, and domestic policy
decisions of the U. S. government today; they set the goals and
direction for the administration." (p. 208.)
- In Kissinger on the Couch (1975) authors Phyllis Schlafly
and former CFR member Chester Ward state: "Once the ruling
members of the CFR have decided that the US Government should
adopt a particular policy, the very substantial research facilities
of the CFR are put to work to develop arguments, intellectual
and emotional, to support the new policy, and to confound and
discredit, intellectually and politically, any opposition. .
. " According to Ward, the CFR's goal is the "submergence
of US sovereignty and national independence into an
all-powerful one-world govemment. . . This lust to surrender the sovereignty and independence
of the United States is pervasive throughout most
of the membership. . . In the entire CFR
lexicon, there is no term of revulsion carrying a meaning so
deep as 'America First.'" (Dennis L. Cuddy and Robert H. Golsborough,
The Network of Power and Part II The New World Order: Chronology
and Commentary, Baltimore: The American Research Foundation,
Inc., 1993, p.17.)
- Senator Goldwater revealed, "David
Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski
found Jimmy Carter their
ideal candidate. They helped him win the nomination and the presidency.
To accomplish this purpose, they mobilized the money power of
the Wall Street bankers, the intellectual influence of the academic
community-which is subservient to the wealth of the great tax-free
foundations -- and the media controllers represented in the membership
of the CFR and the Trilateral." ( With No Apologies,
p. 286.) Senator Golwater continued, "Brzezinski
and Rockefeller invited Carter to be a member of the Trilateral
Commission in 1973. They immediately began grooming him for the
Presidency ... We have arrived at our present position of peril
in the world and at home because our leaders have refused to
tell us the truth ... unless we, who
profess to believe in freedom, wake up, the world is headed for
a period of slavery." (With No Apologies,
p. 299.) Now you understand why a virtual unknown could zoom
to the presidency in 1976. Carter was labeled the ultimate outsider,
but actually he was an insider -- a Trilateralist.
- Early on in Carter's appointee process the Washington
Post remarked, "If you like conspiracy theories about
secret plots to take over the world, you are going to love the
administration of President-elect Jimmy Carter...." (January
16, 1977.) (Comment: The conspiracy by the Trilateralists
is no longer a theory but a fact! But, of course, the Washington
Post is part of the conspiracy.)
- In his White House memoirs, Brzezinski
acknowledged, "Moreover, all the key foreign policy decision-makers
of the Carter Administration had previously served in the Trilateral
Commission...." (Power & Principle: Memoirs of the
National Security Advisor, 1977-1981, New York: Farrar, Straus,
Giroux, 1983, p. 289.) The U.S. News and World Report
assessed the impact of Trilateralists' power under Carter: "The 'Trilateralists' have taken charge of foreign
policy making in the Carter Administration, and already
the immense power they wield is sparking some controversy. Active
or former members of the Trilateral Commission now head every
key agency involved in mapping U.S. strategy for dealing with
the rest of the world ... some see this concentration of power
as a conspiracy at work." (February 21, 1977.)
- Since Brzezinski, who became its founding executive director,
provides the rationale for the creation of TC, we would like
to further examine the ideas contained in his book Between
Two Ages (p. 300):
- "Though Stalinism
may have been a needless tragedy for both the Russian people
and communism as an ideal, there is
the intellectually tantalizing possibility
that for the world at large
as we shall see, a blessing in disguise."
(Note: Stalin had massacred at least 20 million people
and here Brzezinski praises the ideology of this mass murderer.)
- "Marxism represents a further vital
and creative stage in the maturing
of man's universal vision. Marxism
is simultaneously a victory of the external man over the inner,
passive man and a victory of reason over belief."
(Note: he believes in the god of reason.)
- "In the absence of social consensus society's
emotional and rational needs may be fused -- mass
media makes this easier to achieve -- in
the person of an individual who
is seen as...making the necessary innovations in the social order." (Note: he calls for a charismatic individual
who can change the social order, i.e. the Anti-Christ.)
- "Such a society would be dominated
by an elite whose claim to political power would rest
on allegedly superior scientific know-how. Unhindered by the
restraints of traditional liberal values, this
elite would not hesitate to achieve its political ends by the
latest modern techniques for influencing public behavior and
keeping society under close surveillance and control."
- "Movement toward such a community (of developed nations)...
would involve the forging of community links among the United
States, Western Europe, and Japan (a Trilateral Commission stated
- "Though the objective of shaping a community of the
developed nations is less ambitious than the goal of world government,
it is more attainable."
- "The Soviet Union could have emerged
as the standard-bearer of this century's most influential system
of thought and as the social model for resolving the key
dilemmas facing modern man."
- Marxism "supplied the best available insight into contemporary
reality. Marxist theory [is] this century's most infuential system
- 'The approaching 200th anniversary of the Declaration of
Independence could justify the call for a national Constitutional
convention to reexamine the nation's formal institutional framework."
- Brzezinski's ideas above fit in exactly with those of David Rockefeller who stated in 1973
after his visit to China:
- "The social experiment of China under Chairman Mao's
leadership is one of the most important and successful in human
history." (quoted by New York Times, "From a
China Traveler," August 10, 1973.) Among the social experiment
was the creation of a commune system in which "the family
unit is broken up...The children are taken away from the parents
and placed in government-run nurseries...The parents may see
their children once a week and when they see them they cannot
show affection toward the children. The idea is to have the children
and the family sever their affection and direct it toward the
state. Names are taken away from the children and they are given
numbers. There is no individual identity... The commune system
is destroying morality in Red China: There is no morality because
the love of the family is taken away. There is no honesty and
respect among men or between men. There is no human dignity:
they are all like animals. There is no guilt associated with
murder of individuals for the improvement of the state."
( Sworn statement before the House Un-American Activities Committee
by the Reverend Shik-Ping Wang, East Asia Director of the Baptist
Evangelization Society International, in Myron C. Fagan, The
Truth About "National Council of Churches", CPA
Book Publishers, Boring, Oregon, p. 10.)
- This is the Communist system that Rockefeller praises, a
system in which 64 million persons were killed as result of Mao's
social experiment. The number is based on the U.S. Senate Internal
Security Subcommittee's report.
- A major Trilateral Commission position paper entitled "The
Crisis of Democracy" the authors, Michael Crozier, Samuel
Huntington and Joji Watanuki, conclude that popular participation
by the people of the Trilateral nations in government policymaking
is a bad proposition. According to the study, the ruling elites
in the United States and Western Europe are already facing grass-roots
dissent from the ranks of their people and that will be necessary
"to restore amore equitable relationship between government
authority and popular control." In other words, the power
of the Trilateral elites and the governnments they control must
be strengthened -- and the power of the people must be diminished.
- In the 1981 book Democratic Dictatorship: The Emergent
Constitution of Control Arthur S. Miller describes a "new
feudal order" controlled by elitists, and asserts that "dictatorship will come -- is coming -- but
with the acquiescence of the people. . . The goal
is 'predictable' man."
- In view of the Marxist thoughts espoused by Brzezinski and
Rockefeller, which are also dominant among Trilateralists, it
no surprise that they would accept holocausts, mass murders,
and dictatorship of the Communist regimes. The question immediately
coming to mind is: who are being rational here, the Trilateralists
-- the elites -- or the dominated people under them? Indeed,
we are coming to an age of barbarism where the elite's decision-makings
are no longer guided by reason, much less by God's commandments,
but instead by overriding passions like greed for power and money.
In the age of barbarism, we would expect much chaos and disorder.
This is exactly what will be needed by the Anti-Christ for the
population of the world to accept him as the "savior".
- The Trilateralists' ready acceptance of such crimes against
humanity would seem incomprehensible if we forget another major
objective of TC: to reduce what it termed the "rapidly growing
population" and to solve the problems of "overpopulation."
It called on the developed countries to increase their aid "substantially",
including, of course, "family planning", to the less-developed
countries. But these grants-in-aid are not without strings. "Grants
can properly be subject to conditions to achieve their stated
objectives" and "recipient countries whose sense of
national sovereignty is offended by such conditions can decline
the foreign assistance." These conditions are already imposed
in Sections 102 and 104(d) of the U.S. International Development
and Food Assistance Act - i.e., countries receiving American
aid must take steps to curb their population growth. (Towards
a Renovated International System: A Report of the Trilateral
Integrators Task Force to the Trilateral Commission, New
York: Trilateral Commission, 1977, p. 28.) From there we know
that abortion (i.e. murders of the unborn) and birth control
are forced on those poor countries that receive both U.S. and
- First, the Report prepared for the Masonic Club of
Rome posited that as the world population was growing out of
control, the non-renewable resources of the world would eventually
run out and the world economy would mire in depression and misery.
Worst still, the whole civilization may collapse as a result
of the lack of a drastic response to this critical problem. (Donella
H. Meadows, Dennis L. Meadows et al., The Limits to Growth:
A Report for the Club of Rome's Project on the Predicament of
Mankind, New York: Universe Books, 1972). Next, the Carter
administration's Global 2000 Report, which was essentially written
by Trilateralists, predicted: "With the persistence of human
poverty and misery, the staggering growth of human population,
and ever increasing human demands, the possibilities of further
stress and permanent damage to the planet's resource base are
very real." (The Global 2000 Report to the President:
Global Future: Time to Act, prepared by the Council on Environmental
Quality and the U.S Department of State, Washington: U.S. Government
Printing Office, January 1981, p. ix.) In his January 14, 1981,
Farewell Address, President Jimmy Carter reemphasized the overriding
importance his administration had attached to the problem of
"overpopulation". (Jimmy Carter, "Farewell Address:
Major Issues Facing the Nation", Vital Speeches of the
Day, vol XLVII, no.8, February 1, 1981, p. 227.) More extreme
than these are ideas of Kenneth Boulding, Isaac Asimov, and Garrett
Hardin who compared the earth with a spaceship or an overloaded
life boat. (K. Boulding, "The Economics of the Coming Spaceship
Earth," in Henry Jarrett, ed. Enviromental Quality in
a Growing Economy, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1966; I. Asimov,
Earth, Our Crowded Spaceship, New York: John Day, 1974;
G. Hardin, "Living on a Life Boat," BioScience,
Oct. 1974.) The implication is that there is enough food only
for a few elite people on the lifeboat or the spaceship. As there
is not enough food to feed the excess number of people (the poor,
the mass) they should
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