By Thomas R. Horn
December 7, 2013
At right you will find the pyramid that is shown on the back of our American currency. Note that the Latin translates: “Announcing the birth of the New World Order.”
“Although the pyramid on the American dollar with its thirteen levels ties in with the thirteen colonies, the original association was with ancient Egyptian and Babylonian mysticism.… Note also that the corner stone [or capstone] is missing from the top of the pyramid. In its place is the All-Seeing Eye. [The Illuminati’s] mutual spying system was an integral part of [the] program to keep [its] associates in line. The eye symbolized a ‘Big Brother’ controlling [its] domain. Those who dismiss this idea, say that the eye in the Great Seal is the ‘all-seeing’ eye of God” (“The Illuminati: Real or Imaginary,” Associate.com). However, the literal translation of the Latin Annuit Coeptis and Novus Ordo Seclorum indicates quite the contrary: “Announcing the Birth of the New Secular Order,” commonly known today as the New World Order.
Before we progress to a cashless society, many changes will take place in our currency. In fact, some have already taken place (under the guise of inhibiting counterfeiting, of course). Former Congressman Ron Paul had this to say about the US Mint facility in Fort Worth (note particularly his comments about the pyramid shape of the building):
The government is crowing, the greenback will be produced on U.S.-made presses for the first time in more than a century. Only it won’t be green.
The Stevens Graphics Corporation is producing an ominously named Alexander Hamilton press for the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. (Hamilton was—appropriately enough—a proponent of fiat-paper money, big deficits, and big government).…
The new press can embed plastic or other strips in the bills, do the microprinting the Treasury has talked about, and—oh, yes—print in three colors.
The feds say not to worry. The greenback will remain green. But then why pay for this extra capacity? It can only be to print the New Money.
In an effort to find out more about where the New Money will be printed, I went on an investigative visit to Fort Worth, Texas, to survey a new BEP currency plant. This is no normal federal building. It is one of several places in the country where the New Money is in preparation.
The new BEP building is a monstrosity that perfectly symbolizes unconstitutional abuse of power. A giant windowless blockhouse [circular], it sits on an enormous piece of land, surrounded by a prison-style cyclone fence topped with barbed wire.
The appropriately evil-looking New Money plant went up fast. On my last visit, I noted a new addition to the administrative end of the building: a pyramid. Two interpretations are possible: one, that it copies the Masonic-Illuminatist symbol that also, unfortunately, made it on the back of our one dollar bill; or two, that it symbolizes the kind of society the politicians and bankers have in mind for us: they’re the pharaohs and we’re the enslaved workers. Or maybe it’s both.
Paul pointed out also that former House Speaker Jim Wright and H. Ross Perot were instrumental in the selection of Fort Worth, with the enthusiastic backing of Senator Phil Gramm. He also calls it “a ‘public-private partnership’ not unlike the Federal Reserve itself.”
The Council on Foreign Relations is undoubtedly tied in to all this monetary control through the Federal Reserve and the World Bank, as well as through government influence and other sources of control. In this timeline, we learn a bit about the history of the CFR as it relates to the promotion of the New World Order.
• May 30, 1919—Originally founded by prominent British and Americans as two separate organizations: the Royal Institute of International Affairs (in England) and the Institute of International Affairs (in the US). Two years later, Colonel House reorganized the Institute of International Affairs as the CFR.
• December 15, 1922—The CFR endorses world government. Philip Kerr, writing for CFR’s magazine Foreign Affairs, states: “Obviously there is going to be no peace or prosperity for mankind as long as [the Earth] remains divided into 50 or 60 independent states.… Until some kind of international system is created which will put an end to the diplomatic struggles incident to the attempt of every nation to make itself secure.… The real problem today is that of the world government.”
• February 17, 1950—CFR member James P. Warburg, cofounder of the United World Federalists and son of Federal Reserve banker Paul Warburg, tells the [Senate Foreign Relations] subcommittee that “studies led me, ten years ago, to the conclusion that the great question of our time is not whether or not one world can be achieved, but whether or not one world can be achieved by peaceful means. We shall have world government, whether or not we like it. The question is only whether world government will be achieved by consent or by conquest.”
• November 25, 1959—The CFR calls for new international order. “Study Number 7” advocated “a new international order [that] must be responsive to world aspirations for peace, for social and economic change…an international order…including states labeling themselves as ‘socialist’ [communist].”
• 1975—In the New York Times, CFR member and Times editor James Reston writes that President Gerald Ford and Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev should “forget the past and work together for a new world order.”
• 1975—Retired Navy Admiral Chester Ward, former judge advocate general of the US Navy and former CFR member, in a critique, writes that the goal of the CFR is the “submergence of US sovereignty and national independence into an all-powerful one-world government.… 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.”
• 1977—Imperial Brain Trust by Laurence Shoup and William Minter is published. The book takes a critical look at the CFR with chapters titled, “Shaping a New World Order: The Council’s Blueprint for Global Hegemony, 1939–1944” and “Toward the 1980s: The Council’s Plans for a New World Order.”
(Quotes and information from above list can be found at: American Patriot Friends Network, “A History of the New World Order.”)
We are going to “back our way” into this discussion by telling about the CFR, then getting into the Federal Reserve and world financial system…and who controls it. The membership list for the CFR reads like a Who’s Who of American leaders in every walk of life, i.e., government, private industry, education, the media, military, and high finance.
In 1921, Edward Mandell House founded the CFR (from an organization begun two years earlier, the Institute of International Affairs). He was a close friend and advisor of President Woodrow Wilson. House persuaded the president to support and sign the Federal Reserve Act and to support the League of Nations, forerunner of the UN and other globalist groups. Finances to found the CFR came from the same crowd who formed the Federal Reserve, namely “J. P. Morgan, Bernard Baruch, Otto Kahn, Paul Warburg, and John D. Rockefeller, among others” (H. M. Summers, “The New World Order and the United States of America”).
The CFR shares a close cross-membership with other globalist organizations and at the beginning of World War II, the CFR (with the help of Franklin Roosevelt) gained control of the US State Department and, after the war, helped establish the United Nations in 1945. The US delegation for the UN’s founding conference contained forty-seven CFR members. Those members included “John Foster Dulles, Adlai Stevenson, Nelson Rockefeller, and [Soviet spy] Alger Hiss, who was the secretary general of the UN’s founding conference” (ibid.).
Many prominent people have served as director of the CFR, including “Walter Lippmann, Adlai Stevenson, Cyrus Vance, Zbigniew Brzezinski…Paul Volcker…Lane Kirkland, George [H. W.] Bush, Henry Kissinger, David Rockefeller, George Shultz, Alan Greenspan, Brent Scowcroft, Jeane Kirkpatrick, and Richard B. [Dick] Cheney” (Donald M. Ware, “Transformation: Spiritual, Physical, and Political,” Welcome Truth Seeker). Private industry financially supported and/or controlled by the CFR include ARCO, BP, Mercedes-Benz, Seagram, Newsweek, Reader’s Digest, Washington Post, American Express, Carnegie Corporation, Ford Foundation, GE Foundation, General Motors, Mellon Foundation, Sloane Foundation, Xerox Foundation, IBM, AT&T, Ford, Chrysler, Macy, Federated Department Stores, Gimbels, Sears, JC Penney, May Dept. Stores, Allied Stores, and various Rockefeller concerns.
The CFR shares many cross-memberships with the Bilderbergers and the Club of Rome, which was founded in 1968 and consists of scientists, educators, economists, humanists, industrialists, and government officials who see it as this organization’s task to oversee the regionalization and unification of the entire world. It has divided the world into ten political/economic regions or “kingdoms.”
In the Club of Rome we glimpse the dark, spiritual side of the globalist movement. Aurelio Peccei, the Club’s founder, revealed in Mankind at the Turning Point his pantheist/New Age beliefs, writing about man’s communion with nature, the need for a “world consciousness” and “a new and enlightened humanism.” He was a student of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, one of the New Age occultists’ most frequently quoted authors.
Club members include the “late Norman Cousins, [former] long-time honorary chairman of Planetary Citizens;…John Naisbitt, author of Megatrends;…Betty Friedan, founding president of the National Organization of Women” (ibid.), Robert Anderson, and Harlan Cleveland, as well as many other New Age speakers and authors. Members also include US congressmen, Planned Parenthood representatives, UN officials, and Carnegie and Rockefeller foundation people.
The CFR has a stranglehold on America. It effectively controls the four most powerful positions (after the presidency) in our government: secretaries of state, treasury, and defense, and the national security advisor.
By the Nixon administration, 115 CFR members held positions in the executive branch. Carter appointed scores of TLC and/or CFR members. All of his National Security Council were or had been members: Mondale, Brzezinski, Vance, Brown, Jones, and Turner. Ronald Reagan appointed 76 CFR and TLC members to key posts, but George Bush broke records with 354 recognizable names in highest levels of government.… The State Department is saturated with CFR/TLC members. Almost every prominent ambassador or diplomat is a globalist.
As for the Treasury Department, Brady and Regan are members, and Federal Reserve chairmen Greenspan, Anderson, Vance, and Volcker are all insiders.
Every US secretary of defense for the past thirty-five years, except Clark Clifford, belonged to either the CFR or the TLC. Every Supreme Allied Commander in Europe and every US ambassador to NATO have been insiders, as well as nine of thirteen CIA directors.
Except for John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan, almost every US president was either a CFR or TLC member. JFK may have been a member of the Boston affiliate of the CFR. Ted Kennedy is definitely a member of the affiliate, though his name is not listed in the general CFR membership.
The media is also well represented in the membership of the CFR, including such familiar names as Paley, Rather, Moyers, Brokaw, Chancellor, Levine, Brinkley, Scali, Walters, Schorr, McNeil, Lehrer, and Carter III. Not surprisingly, Rockefellers’ Chase Manhattan Bank has minority control of all three major networks (CBS, ABC, and NBC).
The AP, UPI, and Reuters wire services all have CFR members in major positions. Other CFR members in the media include William F. Buckley (also a Bones member), Diane Sawyer, Rowland Evans, and David Gergen.
Most major newspapers today have a strong CFR influence, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, Baltimore Sun, Chicago Sun-Times, LA Times, Houston Post, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Des Moines Register & Tribune, The Gannett Co. (publishes USA Today and major newspapers nationwide), Denver Post, and the Louisville Courier. This is just a partial listing of papers staffed by CFR affiliates.
Magazines with CFR connections include Fortune, Time, Life, Money, People, Sports Illustrated, Newsweek, Business Week, US News & World Report, Saturday Review, Reader’s Digest, Atlantic Monthly, McCall’s, and Harper’s Magazine.
Book publishers include MacMillan, Random House, Simon & Schuster, McGraw-Hill, Harper, IBM, Xerox, Yale University Press, Little Brown, Viking, Cowles, and Harper & Row. Many of these publish school textbooks, which brings us to just how far the tentacles of CFR influence reach into the education of our children.
CFR foundations, primarily Carnegie and Rockefeller, provided two-thirds of the gifts to all American universities during the first third of last century. And the man who is considered the “father of progressive education,” John Dewey, was an atheist who taught four of the five Rockefeller brothers. He spent most of his life educating teachers, including those in the USSR. This man’s influence extends not just through years, but throughout generations. Today, 20 percent of all school superintendents within the United States and 40 percent of all education department heads have superior degrees from Columbia, where Dewey headed the education department for many years.
The National Education Association (NEA) adopted his philosophy of humanism, socialism, and globalism, then put it into our classrooms. CFR members head the teaching departments at Columbia, Cornell, New York University, Sarah Lawrence College, Stanford, Yale, University of Chicago, Johns Hopkins University, Brown University, University of Wisconsin, Washington University, and Lee University.
As we have emphasized, this New World Order plan has its roots in the spiritual rather than a material or physical basis, as its proponents would have you believe. Tying the CFR leaders and members directly to the New Age movement ultimately includes the radical ecology groups, Lucis Trust, nominal churches, the UN, and others.
So, how does the New Age fit into the one-world movement? The New Age is pantheistic—the belief that God is the sum total of all that exists. No personal God exists; rather “God” is a force that flows through all living things—and that supposedly makes humans “gods.” New Agers believe that since global unity is essential to the proper flow of the god-force, when unity occurs in a one-world government, a new age of enlightenment will emerge. Occult practices (and eastern mysticism) accompany pantheism.
The Theosophical Society (TS) was at the forefront of New Age globalism. Lucis Press (offspring of Lucis Trust, formerly headquartered at the UN) was established by TS leader Alice Bailey. Lucis Press promoted the preeminence of Satan (Lucifer) and well connected with the one-world political societies and the World Constitution and Parliament Association. Past and present members include TLC and CFR cross-memberships: “Robert McNamara, Donald Regan, Henry Kissinger, David Rockefeller, Paul Volcker, and George Shultz” (HM Summers, “The New World Order and the United States of America”).
The World Constitution and Parliament Association (WCPA) has already written a world constitution, the “Constitution for the Federation of Earth,” and has submitted it to world leaders for ratification. Dominated by environmentalists, US personnel, Nobel Laureates, leftist churches (i.e., the WCC), educators, financial leaders, and eastern mystics (pantheists), it calls for an international monetary system; administration of oceans, seabeds, and atmosphere as the common heritage of all humanity; elimination of fossil fuels; redistribution of the world’s wealth; complete and rapid disarmament (including confiscation of privately owned weapons); an end to national sovereignty; a global environmental organization; world justice system; and world tax agency.
Many of its members embrace eastern mysticism. United States members include Jesse Jackson (also CFR) and former attorney general Ramsey Clark. Its director, Philip Iseley, belonged to Amnesty International, the ACLU, Global Education Associates, Friends of the Earth, Sierra Club, Audubon Society, American Humanist Association, SANE (nuclear freeze group), Planetary Citizens, and the Global Futures Network, among many other organizations.
The UN is the chosen agency that is moving us toward world government, but the UN charter is not a constitution. Plus, it is an organization of sovereign nations, which is anathema to globalists. So the WCPA’s world constitution is ready for acceptance at the proper time.
In the Los Angeles Times, Doyle McManus wrote in an article titled “US Leadership Is More Diverse, Less Influential”: “Almost half a century ago, when Harry S. Truman needed help running the foreign policy of the United States at the dawn of the Cold War, the remedy was simple: ‘Whenever we needed a man,’ one of his aides recalled, ‘we thumbed through the roll of Council [on Foreign Relations] members and put in a call to New York.’”
He tells about the expanding of the so-called “elite” to include every area of influence, from academics, scientists, and religious leaders to rock stars and others. Leslie H. Gelb, president emeritus of the CFR, says, “This is the largest foreign policy elite this country has ever enjoyed,” and adds that he plans to expand and diversify the “august” organization’s membership to embrace new areas such as sports and the arts. “Ironically,” says McManus, “just as the elite is growing in size and diversity, it may also be diminishing in power” (ibid.).
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Recent surveys, including the Times Mirror polls, suggest that the general public is less willing than in the past to accept the advice of the foreign policy elite—at least on issues that come close to home, like free trade with Mexico or the use of American troops in peacekeeping missions overseas.
“There’s more information going straight to the general public now,” said Brent Scowcroft [CFR and TLC member], who served as national security advisor to President George Bush. “That tends to reduce the influence [of the elite]. It makes it more difficult to get support for a potentially unpopular policy.” (Doyle McManus, “US Leadership Is More Diverse, Less Influential,” Los Angeles Times, November 2, 1994)
Next Up: The Federal Reserve
To be continued in the next entry.
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