CFR, The American Wing of Manipulation
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is the United States wing of the European Round Table, which carries out the agenda of the higher up circles (Committee of 300, RIIA, etc).
The CFR was founded by the influential American families such as Morgan and Rockefeller. The council consists of many of the most influential Americans such as bankers, politicians and business executives. The membership is just over 4,000 consisting of names like:
- David Rockefeller (Chase)
- Henry Kissenger
- William B. Harrison, Jr (former CEO and Chairman of JPMorgan Chase)
- Bill Clinton
- Rupert Murdoch (News Corp)
- Alan Greenspan
- Zbigniew Brzezinski
- Dan Rather
- and on and on.
With a roster like this and the fact that majority of people have never heard of the group is bound to raise an eyebrow.
To understand the CFR one has to understand how secret societies interconnect with semi-secret societies. The CFR would be considered a semi-secret society as its existence and membership is very well known, however, it still is controlled by a higher power.
The general purpose of the CFR is to promote globalization and encourage and promote various organizations and ideologies that move us there. In my opinion this in itself isn't necessarily a bad things... but when you consider who is behind it, the kinds of things written in their papers and the way they want to go about it, the whole idea becomes a complete fraud.
According to people like Aaron Russo, many of the people in the CFR don't understand the broad scope of what the group is really accomplishing and as a result go along with it thinking what they are doing is a great thing. Combine this with how this is an exclusive group of powerful people and how it helps with networking and businesses and you can see how many people are part of it and have no problem being part of it. In this sense you can't necessarily blame them either. If you were to ask a lot of Americans if they liked globalization and moving our industries offshore a lot of them wouldn't have a problem with it either. However, there are plenty of people that are part of the group, such as those named above, who know very well what is going on and do not have your best interest in mind.Filed under: Secret Societies / Fraternal Orders, Council on Foreign Relations
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