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    C F R - Council on Foreign Relations - die Teufel beim Namen nennen

    Um Namen zu nennen wurden bereits unter anderem Titel die Namen von
    Lord Rothschild aber auch Rockefeller genannt.

    Sämtliche Recherche ist natuerlich nicht aus deutschen Quellen moeglich, daher wird des Umfangs wegen, auf die Uebersetzung aus dem Englischen verzichtet.

    Ich geben Moderatorin Sandra recht, "die Boesen" das sind die Grosskapitalisten, das sind die "uns gehoert die Welt-Menschen", die den Hals nicht voll genug bekommen koennen, deren Begehrlichkeit sich permanent auf das richtet, was ihnen NOCH nicht gehoert.

    Im Moment gehoert ihnen Russland NOCH nicht. Aber die Anstrengungen in dieser Richtung sind unverkennbar. Um dieses Ziel zu erreichen gibt es einen CSIS ! Wie bitte ? - Auf einmal nicht mehr der "boese CFR" ? Nun CSIS ist nur ...
    ja was ist er denn ?

    Was der CSIS ist, folgt im naechsten Beitrag. Hier erst einmal einige einleitende Worte zum CFR:

    Council on Foreign Relations & The Federal Reserve
    The Joint Chiefs of Staff DoD Publication 1 (1987) Glossary of Department of Defense Military Associated Terms defines:

    "COVERT OPERATIONS: (DoD, Interpol, Inter-American Defense Board) Operations which are so planned and executed as to conceal the identity of or permit plausible denial by the sponsor. They differ from clandestine operations in that emphasis is placed on concealment of identity of sponsor rather than on concealment of the operation."

    The Council on Foreign Relations has used covert operations to conceal their identity while methodically taking control of the Department of State, Central Intelligence Agency, and the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of the Government. The Council on Foreign Relations established and controls the Federal Reserve System.

    The Federal Reserve System has a profound effect on the United States and World economies. Why haven't any Nobel prize winning Economists noticed the warping of Federal Reserve Systems history; and concealment of the Council on Foreign Relations sponsorship and control? Why haven't any Nobel prize winning economists explained to the American public what effect one small groups control of the Federal Reserve System can have? How does control of the Fed by one small group change many Nobel prize winning economic theories? Does controlling the Federal Reserve System help to explain why Council on Foreign Relations members have amassed 75% of the nations industrial and financial assets?
    Auf den CSIS komme ich im folgenden Beitrag zu sprechen.

    Wenn eine derartige Konzentration von Geld und Macht zum Ziel die Unterwerfung der russischen Vermoegen, Werte, Bodenschaetze hat - dann wuensche ich Herrn W.Putin eine einen wachsamen FSB zum Schutz des Landes.


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    Der C S I S untersteht den Mitgliedern des CFR

    Nicht nur ein Bericht darueber, was der CSIS ist - sondern getreu dem Motto:
    "Darf's etwas mehr sein ?" gleich die Namen der Mitglieder mit dazu.

    Und sieh da, auf einmal tauchen bekannte Namen auch im CSIS wieder auf !

    Aus dieser Sicht gewinnt natuerlich auch der provozierte Streit zwischen Russland, losgebrochen von der Ukraine, eine ganz neue Bedeutung. Dann ist nämlich ploetzlich nicht mehr Russland "der Böse" - sondern hinter dem ganzen Vorfall wird ein strategischer Plan erkennbar.

    CFR and CSIS

    The CFR & the Center for Strategic and International Studies

    The following was found on the website for the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) [http://www.csis.org/].

    The website tells us,
    "The mission of CSIS is policy impact.. Its goal is to inform and shape selected policy decisions in government and the private sector to meet the increasingly complex and difficult challenges that leaders will confront in the next century."1

    The CSIS website tells us it achieves its mission in three ways:

    "By generating strategic analysis - CSIS is a source of scholarly analysis on international public policy issues...
    By convening policymakers and other influential parties - CSIS has a long-standing reputation for bringing together leaders from government, the private sector, and academia from around the world...
    By building structures for policy action - CSIS mobilizes government and private-sector leaders in action commissions and other high-level groups and then moves policymakers to take concrete actions."2

    Propaganda, is the effort to alter the picture to which men respond, to substitute one social pattern for another. Propaganda is used to create false reality worlds using sleight of mind. Psycho-political operations are propaganda campaigns. Strategic psycho-political operations focus propaganda at powerful individuals, or small groups of people capable of influencing public opinion or the government of a particular country. Tactical psycho-political operations focus propaganda at the masses by interference in specific events, their comments, and their appeals through mass communication media ( i.e. newspapers, radio, television, textbooks, educational material, art, entertainment, etc. ). Both forms of propaganda are used to manipulate public opinion to attain foreign policy goals in a given period. If the operations are designed to conceal both the operation and the sponsor the operation is clandestine. If the operations are designed only to conceal only the sponsor the operation is covert.3

    Conspicuously absent from the CSIS web-site are links of CSIS members to the Council on Foreign Relations. Once the links are added it becomes clear that the CSIS is run by the Council on Foreign Relations. CSIS is part of the Council on Foreign Relations propaganda machine, that focuses well planned psycho-political operations at powerful individuals and the masses.

    CSIS convenes 700-800 meetings, seminars, and conference each year in Washington and throughout the world. These are strategic psycho-political operations meant to influence powerful individuals at home and abroad. CSIS generates thousands of media appearances, articles, and background contacts annually. These are tactical psycho-political operations meant to influence mass public opinion.4

    When the CSIS informs and shapes selected policy decisions in government and the private sector they do so to further the interests of Council on Foreign Relations members, and members of CFR branch organizations in other nations, not the American people.

    Founded in 1962 and located in Washington, D.C., CSIS is a private, tax-exempt institution. Its research is non-partisan and non-proprietary. On January 1, 1999, Sam Nunn will take over for CFR member Anne Armstrong as chairman of its Board of Trustees, and CFR member Robert Zoellick will assume the presidency as CFR member David M. Abshire moves on as CSIS chancellor.5

    Center for Strategic and International Studies list of "Who Leads CSIS" contains 63 people, 35 are Council on Foreign Relations members . Of the Center's staff of 80 research specialists at least 20 are Council on Foreign Relations members.

    Contributions from more than 300 corporations, foundations, and individuals constitute 85% of the revenues required to meet the Center's budget, which in 1997 was $17 million. The remaining funds come from endowment income, government contracts, and publication sales. 6

    The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is a public policy research institution dedicated to analysis and policy impact. CSIS is the only institution of its kind that maintains resident experts on all the world's major geographical regions. It also covers key functional areas, such as international finance, U.S. domestic and economic policy, and U.S. foreign policy and national security issues. 7

    The Center's gateway to Asia is the Honolulu-based Pacific Forum CSIS. It is the hub of network of 20 research institutes around the Pacific Rim. Forum programs encompass current and emerging political, security, economic, and business issues. CFR member Brent Scowcroft chairs its Board of Governors and James A. Kelly is its president.8

    CSIS Counselor CFR member Henry Kissinger chairs the semiannual meetings of The International Councillors. This group of international business leaders discuss the implications of the changing economic and strategic environment. 9

    CSIS launched the National Security in the Twenty-First Century Project last year. It is co-chaired by CFR member Harold Brown and CFR member James Schlesinger. It promises a comprehensive look at what must be done to provide credible, capable defense of the nation, its interests, and its allies. The project focuses on four critical, strategic dimensions of future U.S. national security: resources, strategy and force structure, information warfare, U.S. national security decision-making. Resources for National Security: With the 1995 publication of Defense in the Late 1990's: Avoiding the Train Wreck, CSIS was one of the first policy institutions to warn that the American drive to reduce the budget deficit threatens to severely undermine U.S. military capabilities unless entitlement spending is also cut or taxes are increased.10

    Revisiting the National Security Act of 1947 is an ongoing comprehensive study overseen by former secretaries of defense CFR member Harold Brown and CFR member James Schlesinger. The study was launched eighteen months ago when CSIS first argued the pressing need to revise the 1947 Act to reflect the changing nature of U.S. foreign and defense requirements and the changing character of the tools at the disposal of U.S. policy-makers for meeting those requirements. The study will conclude in a published report in late 1998.11

    CFR members on CSIS Board of Trustees include:

    Council on Foreign Relations member Anne Armstrong*, former U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain; Chairman, CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member Maurice R. Greenberg*Chairman, American International Group, Inc.; Vice Chairman CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member William A. Schreyer Chairman Emeritus, Merrill Lynch& Co., Inc.; Chairman, Executive Committee CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member David M. Abshire*, member CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member William E. Brock, member CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member Harold Brown, member CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member Zbigniew Brzezinski, member CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member Joseph T. Gorman, member CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member Henry A. Kissinger, member CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member John C. Sawhill, member CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member James R. Schlesinger, member CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member Brent Scowcroft, member CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member R. James Woolsey, member CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member Amos A. Jordan, Emeritus, member CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member Leonard H. Marks, Emeritus, member CSIS Board of Trustees
    Council on Foreign Relations member Robert S. Strauss, Emeritus, member CSIS Board of Trustees

    CSIS Advisory Board- The Advisory Board is composed of both public and private sector policymakers, including 14 members of Congress. The Board is cochaired by Council on Foreign Relations member Zbigniew Brzezinski and Carla Hills.

    Council on Foreign Relations member David M. Abshire, Chancellor (effective January 1, 1999)
    Council on Foreign Relations member Robert B Zoellick, President and CEO (effective January 1, 1999)
    Council on Foreign Relations member Richard M. Fairbanks III, Managing Director for Domestic and International Issues
    Council on Foreign Relations member William J. Taylor, Jr., Senior Vice President for International Security Affairs
    Council on Foreign Relations member Erik R. Peterson, Senior Vice President and Director of Studies

    CFR CSIS Counselors are world-class strategists who have formerly held top-level government posts. They bring to the Center and extensive reserve of expertise and experience.

    Council on Foreign Relations member William E. Brock
    Council on Foreign Relations member Harold Brown
    Council on Foreign Relations member Zbigniew Brzezinski
    Council on Foreign Relations member Henry A. Kissinger
    Council on Foreign Relations member James R. Schlesinger

    CFR CSIS Advisers - Senior advisers and associates are an integral part of the CSIS family. They provide substantive counsel and input on the full range of Center projects.

    Council on Foreign Relations member, Fred C. Iklé (in residence), CSIS Distinguished Senior Scholars
    Council on Foreign Relations member Bernard Lewis (Princeton University) CSIS Distinguished Senior Scholars
    Council on Foreign Relations member William J. Crowe. Jr.,CSIS Distinguished Senior Adviser
    Council on Foreign Relations member J. Carter Bees, CSIS Senior Advisers
    Council on Foreign Relations member Richard R. Burt, CSIS Senior Advisers
    Council on Foreign Relations member Arnaud de Borchgrave, CSIS Senior Advisers
    Council on Foreign Relations member Diana Lady Dougan, CSIS Senior Advisers
    Council on Foreign Relations member Dante B. Fascell, CSIS Senior Advisers
    Council on Foreign Relations member Amos A. Jordan, CSIS Senior Advisers
    Council on Foreign Relations member Max M. Kampelman, CSIS Senior Advisers
    Council on Foreign Relations member Robert H. Kupperman, CSIS Senior Advisers
    Council on Foreign Relations member David McCurdy, CSIS Senior Advisers
    Council on Foreign Relations member Stephen J. Solarz, CSIS Senior Advisers12

    CFR CSIS research specialists

    Council on Foreign Relations Member David Manker Abshire, President
    Council on Foreign Relations Member M. Delal Baer, Deputy Director, Americas Program, Director, Mexico Project
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Richard Burt, Senior Adviser
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Joseph J. Collins Senior Fellow, Political-Military Studies
    Council on Foreign Relations Member L. Gray Cowan, Senior Associate, African Studies
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Arnaud de Borchgrave, Project Director, Global
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Diana Lady Dougan Senior Adviser and Chair, International Communications Studies
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Richard M. Fairbanks III Managing Director, Domestic and International Issues
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Charles M. Herzfeld Senior Associate
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Shireen T. Hunter, Program Director, Islamic Studies
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Fred C. Iklé Distinguished Scholar
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Amos A. Jordan, President Emeritus, Senior Adviser, Pacific Forum/CSIS
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Max M. Kampelman, Senior Adviser
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Judith Kipper, Codirector, Middle East Studies Program
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Helen Kitchen Chairman, African Studies
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Robert H. Kupperman Senior Adviser
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Edward N. Luttwak Chair, New Itlay Project
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Richard W. Murphy, Senior Associate
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Erik R. Peterson, Senior Vice President and Director of Studies
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Stephen J. Solarz, Senior Adviser
    Council on Foreign Relations Member William J. Taylor Jr., Senior Vice President, International Security Affairs, Director, Political-Military Studies
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Howard J. Wiarda, Senior Associate, Political-Military Studies
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Dov S. Zakheim, Senior Associate, Political-Military Studies
    Council on Foreign Relations Member Robert B. Zoellick, Senior Associate13


    [1] What is the CSIS Mission?- http://www.csis.org/html/csismiss.html, 09/13/98
    [2] How does CSIS implement this mission? http://www.csis.org/html/csismiss.html#implement, 09/13/98
    [3] Pollock, Daniel C Project Director & Editors De Mclaurin,Ronald, Rosenthal, Carl F., Skillings, Sarah A., The Art and Science of Psychological Operations: Case Studies of Military Application Volume One, Pamphlet No. 725-7-2, DA Pam 525-7-2, Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC, 1 April 1976 Vol 2 pg 825 - Ways and Means of US Ideological Expansion, By A. Valyuzhenich, bio lists him as a soviet analyst; no further information available -- the article was printed in International Affairs (Moscow) magazine February 1971, pp. 63-68;
    [4] How does CSIS communicate? http://www.csis.org/html/csiscomm.html, 09/13/98
    [5] What is CSIS? http://www.csis.org/html/mission1.html, 09/13/98
    [6] Who funds CSIS?http://www.csis.org/html/csiscomm.html#fund, 09/13/98
    [7] What is CSIS? http://www.csis.org/html/mission1.html, 09/13/98
    [8] ibid
    [9] How is CSIS Organized? The International Councillors, http://www.csis.org/html/csisorg.html, 09/13/98
    [10] Political and Military Studies, National Security Priorities in the 21st Century and Military Culture, http://www.csis.org/polmil/, 09/13/98
    [11] Political and Military Studies, Revisiting the National Security Act: , http://www.csis.org/polmil/, 09/13/98
    [12] Who leads CSIS? (CSIS)http://www.csis.org/html/csislead.html, 09/13/98
    [13] CSIS Scholars, http://www.csis.org/html/4scholars.html, 09/13/98
    roundtable
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    Es waere illusorisch anzunehmen, dass die gesamten Stiftungen, Think Tanks, jeweils geleitet vom CFR ziellos und planlos agieren wuerden.

    Die US-Regierung, voellig unterwandert vom CFR, fuehrt mit beharrlicher Konsequenz die Inbesitznahme der Rest-Welt durch.

    Detailliert beschrieben ist dies im PNAC = Project of the New Amercian Century, d.h. die unumschraenkte Herrschaft der USA ueber die gesamte Welt, oder kurz gesagt - die Herrschaft der Wenigen, denen alles gehoert, mit den Mitteln eines totalitaeren Staates, d.h. der USA.

    So gesehen ist RUSSLAND der Verteidiger der FREIEN WELT ! ! !

    Ich meine, dass in etlichen Jahren Praesident Putin mit seinem wahren Wert fuer sein Land gewertet und geehrt wird. Russland befindet sich nicht auf einem Weg in Frieden und Demokratie - in der jeder machen kann, was er will. Russland wird vom CFR angegriffen und MUSS sich verteidigen - sonst sind eines Tages alle Russen nur noch раби der Handvoll Ultra-Reicher, die meinen, dass die Bevoelkerung in grossem Stil ausgerottet gehoert.



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    Im - aber dem CFR uebergeordnet

    Nur noch einmal als auszugsweise Wiederholung, weil ganz einfach Namen wie Lord Rothschild, David Rockefeller, Georges Sorros, Henry Kissinger als Berater von Rockefeller - zu diesem Thema dazugehoeren.

    Die Lange Namensliste die voranging, enthaelt nur einen Teil derer, die ueber den CFR als grosse Ober-/Ueberorganisation ueber allen anderen steht. Die Spitze des CFR ist eindeutig David Rockefeller.

    Zitat Zitat von Rumpelstilz
    Georges Sorros arbeitet mit Billigung der CIA und des CFR, verfolgen sie einfach die Beginne des Quantum-Fonds, oder seine Rolle bei der Destabilierung der asiatischen Waehrungen.

    Dagegen ist Henry Kissinger Lohn-Empfangender Berater fuer Rockefeller und steht auf seiner pay-roll.

    Fuer Aussenstehende - und dazu zaehle ich mich - ist das Verhaeltnis zwischen Lord Rothschild und Rockefeller nicht ganz klar.
    Der Amschel Meyer Clan (Rothschild) hat ja ueber die FED den Dollar als blosses Zahlungsversprechen und nicht als gegenwerthaltiges Geld geschaffen - insofern ist er erste Wahl fuer Rockefeller (zwischen beiden muss eine gegenseitige Abhaengigkeit bestehen - ohne Oel kein Dollar als Leid-?/Leitwaehrung - und ohne Dollar weltweiter Akzeptanz kein Oelgeschaeft). Besieht man sich jedoch die Domizilierung der Rothschilds (England und Frankreich) und den Beginn des CFR (erste Planungen 1919 in Paris im Hotel mit dem RIIA (=Royal Institute for International Affairs) und die Schaffung des US-Gegenstücks) so hat Rothschild zweifelsohne eine fuehrende Rolle. Denken Sie nur an die Genehmigung, die sich Chodorkovski bei Rothschild einzuholen gedachte, um Teile von Yukos fuer sich zu behalten.

    Es gibt aber darueber hinaus auch einen sehr starken Einfluss des Banken-Bereichs, den shareholdern von Firmen wie General Food, United Fruit, etc.

    Es ist eben eine Handvoll von Leuten, die die Welt mit Leid ueberziehen und auf keiner Forbes-Liste der reichsten Menschen der Welt mehr stehen, weil ihr Vermoegen und ihre Macht "cosmic" ueber allem steht. Eben ihnen wuensche ich ganz speziell AIDS und alle Seuchen der Welt. Dann koennte man sogar den normalen Amerikaner am Leben lassen. Da sind sogar Leute wie Gates oder Mart noch "arme Leute".
    Aber ueber George Sorros haben wir noch nicht viel erfahren ? Dieser Mangel laesst sich beheben


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    Soros - makes us sorrows

    Das ist noch lange nicht alles ueber George Soros - aber es zeigt die Berechtigung, dass in Russland die NGOs mit einem eigenen Gesetz mit besonderer Aufmerksamkeit bedacht werden.

    Zitat Zitat von roundtable
    CFR Member George Sorros

    "Daddy Warbucks" of Drugs and Death - CFR member George Soros
    In "Theirs Was the Kingdom: Lila and DeWitt Wallace and the Story of the Reader's Digest". [New York: W.W. Norton, 1993. 701 pages], author John Heidenry writes how the Reader's Digest grew to become the world's most successful publisher of magazines, and largest global marketer of books. At one time the Digest had a circulation of 18 million. Heidenry also writes how the Reader's Digest through its Washington Bureau, was a major distributor of Cold War propaganda with strong connections to the US intelligence community.

    What Heidenry, fails to point out are the strong connections the Reader's Digest has to the Council on Foreign Relations. Reader's Digest Chairman, and CEO George V. Grune is a Council on Foreign Relations member .
    In April 1998 Reader's Digest printed an article by Senior Editor Daniel Levine, titled "HIGH ON A LIE." The article is about the "medical marijuana" movement and explains how the movement is a hoax and a fraud. Levine fails to point out the Council on Foreign Relations links to sponsorship of the movement.
    In November of 1996 the California voters passed Proposition 215 - the Compassionate Use Act. It allows the marijuana to be grown and used for "any illness for which marijuana provides relief." The Campaign for the "Compassionate Use Act" to legalize medical marijuana would not have been successful without the funding of billionaires George Soros, Peter Lewis and John Sperling. Levine doesn't identify George Soros as a Council on Foreign Relations member.

    The Joint Chiefs of Staff DoD Publication 1 (1987) Glossary of Department of Defense Military Associated Terms defines:
    "COVERT OPERATIONS: (DoD, Interpol, Inter-American Defense Board) Operations which are so planned and executed as to conceal the identity of or permit plausible denial by the sponsor. They differ from clandestine operations in that emphasis is placed on concealment of identity of sponsor rather than on concealment of the operation."

    The Council on Foreign Relations has used covert operations to conceal their identity while methodically taking control of the Department of State, Central Intelligence Agency, and the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of the Government.

    The Council on Foreign Relations is part of an international group of co-conspirators, that have been carrying out successful covert operations since the mid-1800's. If the Council and its branch organizations weren't so successful at divorcing themselves from their operations they would have been stopped long ago. The American Branch is the Council on Foreign Relations.

    The British Branch is the Royal Institute of International Affairs. They have a web site at http://www.riia.org/. They operate under what they call the Chatham House Rule http://www.riia.org/rule.html:

    THE CHATHAM HOUSE RULE

    When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule. participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed; nor may it be mentioned that the information was received at a meeting of the Institute.

    In 1992 the application of the Rule was clarified and its wording strengthened as follows:-
    Meetings of the Institute may be held 'on the record' or under the Chatham House Rule. In the latter case, in accordance with the Chatham House tradition, it may be agreed with the speaker(s) that it would be conducive to free discussion that a given meeting or part thereof, should be strictly private and thus held under the Chatham House Rule.

    Today the Rule is used by organizations and gatherings throughout the world.
    The Council on Foreign Relations is one of the organizations. In 1942 Council on Foreign Relations member James Warburg was appointed deputy director of the overseas branch of the Office of War Information in London with responsibility for propaganda aimed at the Axis powers and occupied European Nations.In UNWRITTEN TREATY, Warburg writes,
    " Psychological warfare aims at the undermining of a people's confidence in its cause, its strength, its leaders and itself, and at the destruction of its determination to fight for its cause or even for its life.
    This combination of confidence and determination we call morale. When a nation's morale is destroyed, it commits suicide - as did Austria - or else it submits to conquest after feeble and disorganized resistance - as did France. In any case, it reaches a state of mind in which resistance seems hopeless and surrender less of an evil than endurance of armed conflict...
    Psychological warfare against an enemy nation seeks to paralyze the will of that nation by spreading confusion, by alternating excessive hope and excessive fear, by exploiting every cleavage and adding fuel to every prejudice. "

    The Council on Foreign Relations propaganda machine manipulates American Citizens (NB.: und nicht nur sie) to accept the particular climate of opinion the Council on Foreign Relations seeks to achieve in the world. Council on Foreign Relations members working in an ad hoc committee called the "Special Group" and through a vast intragovernmental undercover infrastructure called the "Secret Team" formulate this opinion in the US.
    The dominant Council on Foreign Relations members belong to an inner circle that plan and co-ordinate the psycho-political operations used to manipulate the American public. These are the Council on Foreign Relations members in an ad-hoc governmental committee called the "Special Group."

    The rest of the Council on Foreign Relations members, past and present, inside and outside of the government, are part of a "Secret Team" that play key parts in carrying out the psycho-political operations.The "Secret Team" is set up as circles within circles. Not every Council member knows exactly what psycho-political operations are being planed or what their exact role in the operation is. This allows them to deny responsibility and deny Council sponsorship of the operation.

    Secret Team circles include Council on Foreign Relations members in top positions in: the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government; who control television, radio, and newspaper corporations; who head the largest law firms; who run the largest and most prestigious universities; who direct the largest private foundations; who direct the largest public corporations; who direct and staff the major think tanks and University Institutes; and who hold top commands in the military.

    Council on Foreign Relations members are focusing psycho-political operations (psyops) at the American public. The psycho-political operations are designed to undermine our confidence, and destroy our determination to fight. The psycho-political operations target the family, loyalty to our nation, and our faiths. Two of the psycho-political operations are abortion, and legalization of drugs.

    Council on Foreign Relations member George Soros is helping to finance both operations. Council on Foreign Relations members in "the Special Group" and on the "Secret Team" help plan and co-ordinate the operations.
    The abortion and drug legalization psyops are covert operations. The identity of the Council on Foreign Relations sponsorship is kept secret.

    A covert operation makes the target aware something is wrong while making them helpless to do anything about it because they don't know who is attacking them. A covert operation allows the sponsor to place members of its organization on both sides of an issue. Former Heath, Education and Welfare Secretary Council on Foreign Relations member Joseph A. Califano, Jr., calls Council on Foreign Relations member George Soros the "Daddy Warbucks of drug legalization." However, Califano never links the Council on Foreign Relations to sponsorship of drug legalization or abortion, thus participating in concealing the identity of CFR sponsorship and participation in the covert operation.

    Council on Foreign Relations member George Soros is one of the world's richest men (estimated worth: $10 billion) and probably the biggest international investor of all time. This guy lost $600 million in one day speculating on which way the yen would jump and never flinched.
    Soros doesn't flinch because he and his fellow Council on Foreign Relations members can always steal more money. In 1995, Senator Alfonse D'Amato, as head of the Senate Banking Committee, issued a report about the Clinton Administration's $20 billion loan to Mexico. The reason given for the loan was to prop up a staggering Mexico because any default on loans would end foreign investment in all developing countries.

    The real reason was to rescue American and Mexican investors who had thrown their money into the craps game of high-interest Mexican Government bonds. For a year before the loan was ordered, on January 31, 1995, top Treasury officials and President Clinton were telling us how great things were going economically in Mexico. It was a cover-up to prevent Congressional defeat of the North American Free Trade Agreement, to bolster the Mexican and US administrations in upcoming elections in both countries, and to protect the major speculators.

    An article from Newsday , "Peso Hits Record Low As Bailout Is Debated" ( Karen Rothmyer - 1/31/,95) identifies some of the Council on Foreign Relations members involved in the cover-up. They were "Former Presidents George Bush, Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford [who] signed a declaration of support for the [bailout] plan. Also endorsing the plan was George Soros, probably the world's most influential international investor."

    George Soros is also a member of the Carlyle group (NB.: G.W. Bush hatte die Familie Bin Laden aufgefordert in den Carlyle Fund zu investieren / Carlyle-Fund investieert vornehmlich in Militaertechnik).
    The Carlyle Group is an investor team led by Ronald Reagan's Defense Secretary Frank C. Carlucci III and funded in part by the Mellon family. Carlucci is a sawed off runt with a Napoleon complex and a poor self image. The furniture in Carlucci's office is miniaturized so he feels bigger. When Carlucci is photographed with other men, they sit down, and he stands up, to give the perception he is bigger. As president and CEO of Sears World Trade center, Carlucci left the company with a $60 million dollar loss, and went work for government.

    The managing director of the Carlyle group is George Bush's White House Office of Management and Budget Director Richard Darman. A partner in the group is George Bush's Secretary of State James A. Baker III. Another member of the Carlyle group is Richard Nixon's White House Office of Management and Budget Deputy Director Frederic Malek. George Bush Sr.'s son George Bush Jr., former CIA Director Robert Gates and current SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt are advisors to, investors in or board members of Carlyle's companies. Included in Carlyle's press kit are Vernon Jordan and Bob Strauss.

    Carlucci, Darman, Gates, Jordan, Malek and Strauss are Council on Foreign Relations members. The Carlyle group has exploited their governmental connections and ties to turn itself into one of the twenty-five largest defense contractors in the world. All the members of the Carlyle group have been part of dubious investment activities. Many have been exposed in scandals that involve the Central Intelligence Agency.

    Soros uses some of the money he steals to fund a group of international foundations. Foundations are used by The Council on Foreign Relations to funnel corporate and personal wealth into the policy-making process. Foundations are tax-free. Contributions to foundations are deductible from federal corporate and individual income taxes. The Foundations themselves are not subject to federal income taxation. Foundations control hundreds of Billions of dollars of money that would normally go to pay federal and individual income taxes. In 1970 there were 7000 foundations that controlled $20 Billion in assets.

    Nearly 40% of these foundation assets were controlled by the top 12 foundations ( Ford Foundation, Lilly Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Duke Endowment, Kresge Foundation, Kellogg Foundation, Mott Foundation, Pew Mutual Trust, Hartford Foundation, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Carnegie Foundation). The top twelve foundations were controlled by the Council on Foreign Relations.

    Foundations can be created by corporations or individuals. These corporations or individuals can name themselves and their friends as directors or trustees of the foundations they create. Large blocks of corporate stock or large amounts of personal wealth can be donated as tax-exempt contributions to the foundations. The foundations can receive interest, dividends, profit shares, and capital gains from these assets without paying any taxes on them. The directors or trustees, of course, are not allowed to use foundation income or assets for their personal expenses, as they would their own taxable income, But otherwise they have great latitude in directing the use of foundation monies-to underwrite research, investigate social problems, create or assist universities, write research, investigate social problems, establish "think tanks," endow museums,etc. [1]

    At the Soros foundation Web Site (http://www.soros.org/) we learn that the:
    "National foundations are autonomous institutions established by Mr. Soros in particular countries to initiate and support projects. National foundations are located primarily in the previously communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, but also in Guatemala, Haiti, Mongolia, and South Africa. Each national foundation has a board of directors and staff who set the priorities for the foundation's work. The national foundations are, in most cases, autonomous nongovernmental organizations registered in their own countries and staffed by local professionals. The foundations develop distinct programs in support of the mission and strategic goals established by their directors and staff. These programs vary greatly in nature and urgency from country to country. The local nature of the foundations represented here is one of the distinctive features of Mr. Soros' approach to philanthropy."

    One of the Foundations, the Open Society Institute, is issuing grants to promote abortion. Among the programs those that use abortion as a method for family planning.

    Is the Soros foundation a way for the Council on Foreign Relations to use tax payer money to promote abortion and population control? Are the Soros foundations part of the Council on Foreign Relations "Secret Team."

    Do Soros Foundation employees double as covert operators who carry out well planned psycho-political operations in the Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union? Are any Soros' Foundation employees also CIA agents?

    The Council on Foreign Relations controls the US Banking industry, and has controlled the Federal Reserve since it's inception. Council on Foreign Relations member Robert Edward Rubin was sworn in as the 70th Secretary of the Treasury on January 10, 1995. On May 18, 1998 Reuter's reported "Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin and Attorney General Janet Reno, at a joint news conference, said a three-year undercover operation had resulted in the indictment of officials from 12 of Mexico's 19 largest banks. They said it was the first time that Mexican banks were "directly linked to laundering the Cali and Juarez cartels' U.S drug profits." Are any drug profits laundered by Council on Foreign Relations controlled US banks?

    CFR member Congressman Richard Gephardt (D-MO), recently informed the TV audience America will soon have to relinquish control to a "International Regime." Are we approaching the day when students and workers marching in the United States will be crushed by UN Peacekeeping Forces under the control of this International Regime? Who will control the Regime? The Council on Foreign Relations? Should a major political party consider someone willing to turn our country over to a "International Regime" a possible presidential candidate?

    Daniel Levine's article "High on a Lie" follows. It explains how George Soros is using his money to finance a psycho-political operation that would legalize and encourage drug use in America. Is the "medical marijuana" movement a psycho-political operation meant to create another problem that will divide and occupy the attention of the American people, while the Council on Foreign Relations continues to destroy America and make it part of an international Regime under Council on Foreign Relations member control?
    (nur auszugsweise - denn es betrifft nur Amerikaner )
    High on a Lie

    Funded by billionaires, the "medical marijuana" movement is blowing smoke in our eyes
    ...

    In fact, marijuana smoke contains over 2000 chemicals many of which produce psychoactive reactions, cause lung damage and - in cancer and AIDS patients-increase the risk of pneumonia and weaken the immune system. Inhaling the smoke also disrupts short-term memory and leads to changes in the brain similar to those caused by her*in, cocaine and other highly addictive drugs.
    "There is no conclusive scientific evidence that marijuana is superior to currently available medicines," says Dr. Eric Voth, chairman of the International Drug Strategy Institute in Omaha. ...
    In the last six years a handful of Americas wealthiest people have contributed $20 million to groups that promote medical marijuana or other radical drug-policy reforms. Billionaire financier George Soros is the biggest giver, donating more than $16 million. Others include Peter Lewis, CEO of Cleveland-based Progressive Corp., the nation's sixth-largest auto insurer, and John Sperling, president of the Apollo Group, a holding company that controls for-profit universities and job-training centers.

    A spokesman for Soros said he does not support drug legalization. Nonetheless, Soros has donated millions since 1992 to groups led by people advocating it. ...
    Once the measure was on the ballot, Soros, Lewis and Sperling contributed a combined $450,000 for advertising. Commercials featured emotional appeals for relief through the use of marijuana. The ads never mentioned that Proposition 215 would allow marijuana to be smoked for any condition, without age restriction and without a prescription. ...
    Rx: LSD.
    While Californians were voting on medical marijuana, their neighbors in Arizona were considering an even more radical initiative. The Drug Medicalization, Prevention and Control Act of 1996 proposed to legalize not only marijuana but also more than 100 other drugs--including her*in, LSD and PCP (angel dust) for medical use. ...
    Es ist ja bekannt, dass vom CFR die Bestrebungen ausgehen, 2/3 der Erdbevoelkerung als ueberfluessig zu betrachten.
    Auch Chemtrails ist solch eine Initiative.

    Dies ist aber nur EIN Teil von Soros Aktivitaeten. Der Zusammenbruch der Asiatischen Währungen ging auf eine gezielte Spekulation von Soros zurueck.


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    Und das steht im link unter C S I S ueber Russland

    nur aus dem link:

    Zitat Zitat von CSIS
    The states that emerged following the collapse of the Soviet Union face a peculiar set of political, social and economic challenges. Russia remains a powerful actor on the world stage, but faces significant internal problems concerning democratization, human rights and the development of economic institutions and the rule of law. The rise of China, increased European integration, concerns over nuclear proliferation and terr*rism, and shifting political trends in the Caucasus and Central Asia have altered the dynamics of bilateral and multilateral relationships in the region and between the region and other major powers.


    The Russia and Eurasia Program considers issues that affect the entire geographic region. It is also the base for CSIS’s Human Rights and Security Initiative and Caucasus Initiative. The Program on New Approaches to Russian Security (PONARS) is a transnational network that unites American, Russian, Ukrainian, and other regional scholars in a collaborative program. Specific, proliferation-related issues are also handled by a group of other programs at CSIS. Russia is a “second wave” country considered by the HIV/AIDS Task Force. Several other CSIS programs touch on issues related to Russia and Eurasia, including the South Asia Program, the International Security Program’s Asian Security group and the New European Democracies Project.


    ExpertsProjectsPublicationsEventsPressTranscripts / Audio

    » Stephen Benson
    Adjunct Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Program
    » Tiiu Kera
    Adjunct Senior Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Program
    » Walter Laqueur
    Cochair, International Research Council
    » Miller Lenev
    Miller Lenev
    » Sarah E. Mendelson
    Senior Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Program
    » Richard W. Murphy
    Senior Associate
    » Celeste A. Wallander
    Director and Senior Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Program
    » Cory Welt
    Deputy Director and Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Program
    Ich empfehle "mal eben nur so" den link:
    http://www.csis.org/researchfocus/RussiaEurasia/


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    Die CSIS-Experten fuer Russland - Eurasien

    Wenn wir hinsichtlich des Gas-Streits eine anti-russische Polemik in den Nachrichten-Kommentaren vernehmen, so koennen wir hier die Liste der Experten-Vordenker im Auftrage des CFR nachlesen - einschliesslich ihrer Lebenslaeufe (резюме), wobei Taetigkeiten fuer die US-Geheimdienste besonders auffaellig sind.

    STEPHEN BENSON
    ADJUNCT FELLOW, RUSSIA AND EURASIA PROGRAM

    ASSOCIATED RESEARCH FOCUS: Russia & Eurasia

    ASSOCIATED PROGRAMS: Russia and Eurasia Program

    EXPERTISE: Globalization and Security, Joint and Combined force expeditionary operations, littoral warfare and Seabasing, US defense transformation, naval and military affairs Black Sea region.

    Stephen Benson attended the U.S. Naval Academy, graduating in 1980. He served in destroyers, auxiliaries, and amphibious ships. He was as the chief staff officer for Commander Naval Forces, Joint Task Force SILVER WAKE, the noncombatant evacuation operation in Albania, and for Commander Naval Forces, Joint Task Force GUARDIAN RETRIEVAL, the noncombatant evacuation operation in then-Zaire. In 1997, Commander Benson reported to the Strategy Branch at Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces, Europe. He wrote the Theater Naval Engagement Plan, which shifted engagement emphasis to the unstable Eastern and Southern regions of European Command. He initiated key engagement activities, facilitating improved military-to-military relations with the newly independent states and developing nations of Ukraine, Romania, Estonia, Croatia, Algeria, and Malta. His article "Cap-Sizing" on the U.S. Navy's force structure and its ability to support the accomplishment of strategic objectives, appeared in the January 1999 issue of Proceedings. In his last assignment, Commander Benson was the U.S. Navy fellow at CSIS. He served on the National Defense University (NDU) Globalization Study Group and contributed a chapter on naval engagement to The Global Century (NDU Press, 2001). He served as the lead expeditionary warfare analyst on the U.S. Navy Staff from 2000 to 2004. He is the president of Littoral Solutions Inc. and consults extensively on naval and expeditionary force transformational concepts and force structures.


    TIIU KERA
    ADJUNCT SENIOR FELLOW, RUSSIA AND EURASIA PROGRAM

    ASSOCIATED RESEARCH FOCUS: Russia & Eurasia

    ASSOCIATED PROGRAMS: Russia and Eurasia Program

    EXPERTISE: Former Soviet Union, especially the Baltic countries; intelligence; national military strategy

    Tiiu Kera came to CSIS in February 2002 where she is working on issues related to the resumption of independence by countries emerged from the former Soviet Union--both on their domestic matters and their reintegration with the international community. Her current focus is on the Northern European Military Dialogue project. Prior to CSIS, she served 28 years in the U.S. Air Force, retiring as a major general. Her final position on active duty was as deputy chief, Central Security Service, National Security Agency (NSA), Ft. Meade, Maryland. As the principal adviser on military cryptology to the NSA director, she oversaw military contributions to NSA's signals intelligence and information assurance services to national and military decisionmakers. Earlier, she served with Tactical Air Command on military personnel utilization, with Headquarters U.S. Air Force on security issues in the former Warsaw Pact and development of military-to-military relationships with those countries, and with the Joint Staff as a strategic planner. As a fellow at Harvard University's Center for International Affairs, she lectured on national military strategy development and studied events in the Soviet Union and East Europe. As the first U.S. defense attaché resident in Lithuania, she represented the U.S. defense leadership to the Lithuanian Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces, advised the U.S. ambassador on defense matters, and managed U.S. security assistance programs. Prior to her assignment to NSA, she was the director of intelligence at Headquarters U.S. Strategic Command. She has held fellowships from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation and Juri Lellep Estonian Students' Fund. She received bachelor's and master's degrees From Valparaiso University and Indiana University and graduated from the National War College.


    WALTER LAQUEUR
    COCHAIR, INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL

    ASSOCIATED RESEARCH FOCUS: Europe, Russia & Eurasia
    International Security

    EXPERTISE: Europe; Soviet successor states; U.S. foreign policy; political violence.

    Walter Laqueur directed the Institute of Contemporary History (Wiener Library) in London from 1964 to 1980 and has since served as its codirector. He is founder and editor of the Journal of Contemporary History, chairman of the board of editors of the Washington Quarterly, and editor of the Washington Papers monograph series. He is the author of many books and has published numerous articles in such newspapers and periodicals as the New York Times, the Washington Post, Commentary, Encounter, and the New Republic. Laqueur's books and articles have been reprinted in many countries. His most recent works include The Dream That Failed: Reflections on the Soviet Union (Oxford University Press, 1994) and Fascism: Past, Present, and Future (Oxford University Press, 1996). A 66-page bibliography of Laqueur's work was published by CSIS in 1986.




    MILLER LENEV

    ASSOCIATED RESEARCH FOCUS: Russia & Eurasia

    EXPERTISE: to be updated



    SARAH E. MENDELSON
    SENIOR FELLOW, RUSSIA AND EURASIA PROGRAM

    ASSOCIATED RESEARCH FOCUS: Global Health, Russia & Eurasia
    Post-Conflict Reconstruction

    ASSOCIATED PROGRAMS: Russia and Eurasia Program

    EXPERTISE: Eastern Europe and Eurasia; Russian politics and foreign policy; democracy and human rights

    Dr. Sarah E. Mendelson is a senior fellow with the Russia and Eurasia Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, one of Washington’s leading think tanks. Before joining CSIS in 2001, she taught international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University.

    Dr. Mendelson received her B.A. in history from Yale University in 1984, and her Ph.D. in political science from Columbia University in 1993. She also earned a certificate from the Harriman Institute. Her work has been supported by numerous grants from the U.S. Department of State, the Ford Foundation, the Mott Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and the National Council for Eurasian and East European Research.

    At CSIS, she manages several projects that explore the links between security and human rights. Her current research includes collaborative work on public opinion surveys of Russian attitudes on democracy, human rights, Chechnya and the military. She works closely with Russia’s leading human rights activists using data and social marketing techniques to mount public awareness campaigns in the regions on a variety of issues. She recently finished a study of the links between the human traff*cking and peacekeeping operations in Bosnia and Kosovo. She is currently researching the international response to the wars in Chechnya.

    From 1997 to 2000, she directed a collaborative study, funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, evaluating the impact of Western democracy assistance to Eastern Europe and Eurasia. In 1994 and 1995, she served on the staff of the National Democratic Institute’s Moscow office, where she worked with Russian political activists. From 1995 to 1998, she was an assistant professor at the State University of New York at Albany. From 1997 to 1998, she was a resident associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. She has also been a fellow at Stanford University’s Center for International Security and Cooperation and Princeton University’s Center of International Studies.

    Dr. Mendelson serves on the steering committee of Human Rights Watch, the editorial board of International Security, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Program on New Approaches to Russian Security. Dr. Mendelson has testified before Congress and appeared on National Public Radio, the BBC World Service, and CNN. She has published in the Washington Post, the Globe and Mail (Canada), Foreign Affairs, and Survival, in addition to numerous scholarly journals. She is the author of Changing Course: Ideas, Politics and the Soviet Withdrawal from Afghanistan (Princeton University Press, 1998); co-editor of The Power and Limits of NGOs: Transnational Networks and Post-Communist Societies (Columbia University Press, 2002) and a recently published report entitled Barracks and Brothels: Peacekeepers and Human Traff*cking in the Balkans (CSIS Press, 2005).

    PUBLICATIONS BY SARAH E. MENDELSON

    Anatomy of Ambivalence: The international community and the human rights abuse in North Caucasus
    Canadian Solution to a Peacekeeping S*x Scandal
    Combating Human Traff*cking: Achieving Zero Tolerance
    Crisis Among Crises Among Crises: HIV/AIDS in the Eyes of Russian Health Care Experts
    Democracy Assistance and Russia's Transition: Between Success and Failure
    Democracy in Russia--A US National Security Issue
    Domestic Politics and America's Russia Policy
    Failing the Stalin Test
    Grazhdane Rossii o Pravakh Cheloveka (Russians on human Rights)
    Implementation of DOD Policy with Regard to Traff*cking in Humans
    Listen to the Russians
    Moscow's Military Malaise
    Police Violence and Corruption in Russia: Prevalence, Correlates, and Consequences
    PONARS Policy Memo 012 - The Next Step in Democracy Assistance to Russia: Targeting Military Reform
    PONARS Policy Memo 025 - Current Russian Views on US US-Russian Security Relations and Military Reform
    PONARS Policy Memo 047 - Strategies for US Democracy Assistance to Russia After Market Failure
    PONARS Policy Memo 087 - Evaluating Democracy Assistance to Eastern Europe and Eurasia
    PONARS Policy Memo 143 - Explaining the International Community's Response to the War in Chechnya
    PONARS Policy Memo 144 - The Clinton-Putin Summit and the Ultimate Security Issue: Democracy in Russia
    PONARS Policy Memo 204 - Toward a U.S. Policy on Chechnya
    PONARS Policy Memo 221 - How Russians Think about Human Rights: Recent Survey Data
    PONARS Policy Memo 243 - How Russians Think about Chechnya
    PONARS Policy Memo 244 - The Disconnect in How Russians Think about Human
    PONARS Policy Memo 245 - The Security Implications of HIV/AIDS in Russia
    PONARS Policy Memo 256 - Russians Support NGOs But Not Parties
    PONARS Policy Memo 267 - Young, Educated, Urban —and Anti-American Recent Survey Data from Russia
    PONARS Policy Memo 288 - Strong Public Support for Military Reform in Russia
    PONARS Policy Memo 288 - Strong Public Support for Military Reform in Russia (Russian version)
    PONARS Policy Memo 296 - Up for Grabs Russia’s Political Trajectory and Stalin’s Legacy
    PONARS Policy Memo 324 - Wanted: A New U.S. Policy on Russia
    PONARS Policy Memo 326 - Time to Get Off the Putin Path
    Putin's Policies Fail, So Schoolchildren Suffer
    Russians' Rights Imperiled: Has Anybody Noticed?
    Soviet Nostalgia: An Impediment to Russian Democratization
    SURVEY:RUSSIA Who Needs Democracy?
    The Dark Side is Strong in Vladimir Putin's Russia
    The Power and Limits of NGOs: A Critical Look at Building Democracy in Eastern Europe and Eurasia
    The Putin Path: Civil Liberties and Human Rigths Retreat
    The Seven Ingredients: When Democracy Promotion Works
    The Struggle for Russia's Youth and Political Trajectory
    The View from Above: An Insider's Take on Clinton's Russia Policy
    The World Fiddles While North Caucasus Simmers
    Time to Get Off the Putin Path
    Unfinished Business: Democracy Assistance and Political Transitions in Eastern Europe and Eurasia
    US-Russian Military Relations: Between Friend and Foe
    Why Russia's Unfinished Democracy is Bad for Business
    Barracks and Brothels


    RICHARD W. MURPHY
    SENIOR ASSOCIATE

    ASSOCIATED RESEARCH FOCUS: Russia & Eurasia

    EXPERTISE: Government relations; legislative process; U.S.-Ukraine relations

    Richard Murphy joined CSIS in 1990 as special assistant to President David Abshire and was director of government relations from 1991 to 1995 and executive director of the CSIS American-Ukrainian Advisory Committee from 1995 to 1998. Murphy served as legislative assistant and principal policy adviser to Senator Hugh Scott from 1964 to 1969. Other positions Murphy has held include director of government relations and Washington representative of Merck & Co., Inc. (1969-1978), vice president for legislative affairs of the National Food Processors Association (1978-1984), a coordinator of the national campaign for International Service Agencies, an umbrella group of U.S. private voluntary organizations that serve millions of needy people abroad (1985-1990), and a research associate at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. Murphy received his B.A. from Yale University and his M.A. in international relations from the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at the Johns Hopkins University. He also served two years active duty as a U.S. Army counterintelligence officer.



    CELESTE A. WALLANDER
    DIRECTOR AND SENIOR FELLOW, RUSSIA AND EURASIA PROGRAM

    ASSOCIATED RESEARCH FOCUS: Global Health, Russia & Eurasia

    ASSOCIATED PROGRAMS: Russia and Eurasia Program

    EXPERTISE: Russian foreign and security policy; international relations in Eurasia; Russia and Europe; the relationship of economics and security in Russia and Eurasia

    Celeste A. Wallander directs the Russia and Eurasia Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and is a CSIS Senior Fellow. Before joining CSIS, she was Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, DC and Associate Professor of Government at Harvard University. She is the founder and Executive Director of the Program on New Approaches to Russian Security. Her recent projects include work on U.S.-Russian security cooperation, the history of Russia and globalization, HIV/AIDS in Russia and the 2004 Ukrainian presidential election. Among her books are Swords and Sustenance: The Economics of Security in Belarus and Ukraine (MIT, 2003), Mortal Friends, Best Enemies: German-Russian Cooperation after the Cold War (Cornell, 1999). She is currently writing Global Russia: Economics, Politics, and Security. Wallander received her B.A. from Northwestern University summa cum laude and her Ph.D. from Yale University. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
    PUBLICATIONS BY CELESTE A. WALLANDER

    Challenge and Opportunity
    Joint Declaration - Challenge and Opportunity
    PONARS Policy Memo 001 - The Economization, Rationalization, and Normalization of Russian Foreign Policy
    PONARS Policy Memo 030 - The Russian National Security Concept: A Liberal-Statist Synthesis
    PONARS Policy Memo 048 - International Institutions and Russian Security Cooperation
    PONARS Policy Memo 062 - Russian Views on Kosovo: Synopsis of May 6 Panel Discussion
    PONARS Policy Memo 070 - Russian-US Relations in the Post Post-Cold War World
    PONARS Policy Memo 102 - Russian National Security Policy in 2000
    PONARS Policy Memo 111 - The Dynamics of US-Russian Relations: A Critical Perspective
    PONARS Policy Memo 127 - Repairing Relations with Russia Through NATO
    PONARS Policy Memo 134 - Russian Policy and the Potential for Agreement on Revising the ABM Treaty
    PONARS Policy Memo 185 - Securitizing Russia's Debt
    PONARS Policy Memo 187- An Overview of Bush Administration Policy and Priorities on Russia
    PONARS Policy Memo 207 - Security Cooperation, Russia, and NATO
    PONARS Policy Memo 214 - Russia’s Relationship with China After September 11
    PONARS Policy Memo 219 - The Russia Russia-NATO Relationship: Is It Worth Another Try?
    PONARS Policy Memo 248 - Russia's Interest in Trading with the "Axis of Evil"
    PONARS Policy Memo 352 - Helping Russia Cope with AIDS
    PONARS Policy Memo 361 - What President Bush Should Say to President Putin in Bratislava
    PONARS Policy Memo 366 - May 9th and Russia: Past, Present and Future
    PONARS Policy Memo 371 - Geopolitics and Neo-containment, as well as Common Security
    PONARS Policy Memo 389 - The Politics of Russian AIDS Policy
    PONARS Working Paper 025 - Borderlands and the Value of Academic Research for Policy
    Russia and HIV/AIDS
    Russia’s HIV/AIDS Crisis: Confronting the Present and Facing the Future
    Ukraine's Election



    CORY WELT
    DEPUTY DIRECTOR AND FELLOW, RUSSIA AND EURASIA PROGRAM

    ASSOCIATED RESEARCH FOCUS: Russia & Eurasia

    ASSOCIATED PROGRAMS: Caucasus Initiative, Central Asia, Russia and Eurasia Program

    EXPERTISE: Caucasus and Central Asia; Georgia; Russia-CIS relations; ethnic and civil conflict; state building and democratization

    Cory Welt is the deputy director of the Russia and Eurasia Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He has been a fellow in the Russia and Eurasia Program since July 2004 and was a visiting fellow at CSIS in 2003-2004. His research interests include civil war and ethnic conflict, democratization and democracy promotion, and issues of state building and foreign policy in the Caucasus and Central Asia, with a particular focus on Georgia.

    Dr. Welt’s recent articles include “Balancing the Balancer: Russia, the U.S., and Conflict Resolution in Georgia,” Global Dialogue (forthcoming autumn 2005) and “Shaking Up the System: Georgia and the War on Terr*r,” in America and the World in the Age of Terr*r: A New Landscape in International Relations, ed. Daniel Benjamin (Washington, DC: CSIS Press, 2005).

    Dr. Welt received his Ph.D. in political science from MIT in 2004. He received an M.A. in Russian and East European Studies and a B.A. in international relations from Stanford University in 1995. He has received research and writing grants from the United States Institute of Peace, the International Research and Exchanges Board, and the Social Science Research Council. He was also a Raoul Wallenberg Scholar at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1995-1996). Dr. Welt is a frequent commentator on the Caucasus and has appeared on BBC World News and Radio, CBC News, Fox News, Voice of America, and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.

    PUBLICATIONS BY CORY WELT

    A Georgian-Russian Pipeline: For Peace or Profit?
    A New Vision for Armenia?
    A Way Out? No Easy Answer to Georgia's Election Crisis
    Armenia's Tragedy
    Georgia Under the New Regime
    Georgia's Revolution: Laudable Accomplishment, Real Challenge
    Georgia: A Post-Elections Crossroads
    Georgia: Causes of the Rose Revolution and Lessons for Democracy Assistance (Working Paper)
    Georgia: Consolidating the Revolution
    Gilded Lily Pad
    PONARS Policy Memo 348 - Realism, Russia, and Conflict Resolution
    PONARS Policy Memo 365 - Uzbekistan: The Risks and Responsibilities of Democracy Promotion
    Statement: U.S. Strategic Dilemmas in Uzbekistan
    Aus all diesen Daten ergibt sich eine klare Linie. Der CSIS arbeitet dem CFR zu. Und die Absichten des CFR sind ja bekannt.

    Und der CFR ist entgegen mancher Meinung eben kein Kaffeekraenzchen.


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    Aus deutscher "Presse" aufgefischt ...

    [QUOTE]

    Geheimdienstbericht
    Iran greift nach der Atombombe
    | 04.01.06 |
    Das Regime von Mahmud Ahmadinedschad sammelt offenbar über ein weltweites Netz Informationen für den Bau einer Atombombe.
    Der Iran strebt einem von der britischen Zeitung „Guardian“ am Mittwoch veröffentlichten Geheimdienstbericht zufolge den Besitz von Atomwaffen-Technologie an. Die Regierung in Teheran versuche, in Europa, Nordkorea und den früheren Staaten der Sowjetunion entsprechendes Know-how zu erwerben, berichtete die Zeitung am Mittwoch. Die Zeitung berief sich auf ein Dokument eines nicht näher genannten europäischen Geheimdienstes. Der 55-seitige Bericht vom 1. Juli 2005 (NB 1) beruhe auf Informationen, die Geheimdienste aus Großbritannien, Frankreich, Deutschland und Belgien zur Information europäischer Minister zusammengetragen hätten.

    Reichweite bis Israel?

    Aus dem Geheimdienstbericht gehe hervor, dass das Einkaufsprogramm des Iran bereits fortgeschritten sei, hieß es. Ein Netz aus Unternehmen, Mittelsmännern und Akademikern beschaffe für den Iran Informationen und Materialien für atomare, biologische und chemische Waffenarsenale. „Über sensible Güter hinaus sucht der Iran weiterhin intensiv nach Technologie und Know-how für militärische Nutzung jeder Art", zitierte das Blatt aus dem Bericht. Zudem würden Einzelheiten über die Versuche der Islamischen Republik genannt, eine Rakete herzustellen, die Israel und Südeuropa erreichen könne.

    Schwarzhandel mit Syrien, Pakistan, Nordkorea

    Auch Syrien, Pakistan und Nordkorea seien Teile eines weltweiten Schwarzmarkts für unzulässige Waffenteile, hieß es weiter. Syrien und Pakistan hätten ebenfalls Technologien und Chemikalien gekauft, die für die Weiterentwicklung von Raketenprogrammen und zur Anreicherung von Uran benötigt würden.

    Iran will weiter forschen

    Der Iran hatte am Dienstag angekündigt, umstrittene Forschungsarbeiten an nuklearen Brennstoffen wieder aufzunehmen. Damit könnten auch die Rufe nach der Einschaltung des UN-Sicherheitsrates wieder laut werden, der Sanktionen gegen das Land verhängen könnte. Vor allem die USA befürchten, dass der Iran nuklearen Brennstoff herstellen will, um Atombomben zu bauen. Der Iran hat jedoch stets erklärt, dass das Atomprogramm ausschließlich zivilen Zwecken diene.
    Nun, Israel hat seit langem bereits Atombomben (ca 200 Stck.), Pakistan hat als US-Verbündeter ebenfalls seit langem Atombomben.

    Das mag kein Grund sein, dass noch ein weiteres Land in den Besitz der Technologie zur Herstellung von Nuklearwaffen gelangt.

    (NB 1) Bezeichnend ist doch in diesem Fall, dass dieser Bericht vom 1.7.2005 ueber 55 Seiten gerade jetzt zum Vorschein kommt.

    Cui bono ?


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    Eine Frage an ALLE

    Die Entstehungsgeschichte des kriminellen CFR ... bis hin zur vollstaendigen Machtergreifung in den USA als Machtinstrument ... die jetzt weltweit ihren Anspruch auf ein "ich will alles haben" mit Hilfe des US-Militaers durchsetzen.

    Erst das Oel vom Irak, bald das Oel vom Iran, u.s.w.


    Генезис предступного СМО (совет международных отношений ) ... до момента полного захвата власти в США как средством власти ... которые сейчас стараются глобально настоят на их претензии "я всё хочу взять во владение" посредством американской армии.

    Сначало нефт от Ирака, скоро нефт от Ирана, и т.п.


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    Iran und eine duemmliche Diplomatie

    Leider, leider lieber Rumpelstilz sind die verbalen Entgleisungen der iranischen Regierung nicht gerade dazu angetan aussgerechnet mit der jetzigen iranischen Regierung allzuviel Symphatie zu empfinden. Dennoch, ich vermute die iranische Regierung ist schon weit genug im Atomprogramm um die USA vor einem Angriff zu Stopen.
    Fuer letzteres habe ich uebrigens trotz den Entgleisungen der Regierung verstaendnis. Tatsaechlich ist eine Atombombe zur Zeit die einzige Variante um sich einigermassen vor den USA als Staat in Sicherheit zu bringen.

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    Iran, USA und CFR

    Zitat Zitat von Sandra
    die verbalen Entgleisungen der iranischen Regierung nicht gerade dazu angetan aussgerechnet mit der jetzigen iranischen Regierung allzuviel Symphatie zu empfinden.
    Fuehlt sich jemand nicht ausreichend beachtet, so neigt manch einer eben zu verbaler Kraftmeierei. Leider war die Aeusserung nicht von einem pubertierenden Hauptschueler, sondern von einer durch die West-Presse hin und wieder doch ignorierten Region, was jedoch nicht heisst, dass Nachrichtendienste dieses Gebiet aussparen wuerden. Jeder weiss, dass der Iran ueber Oel- und Gasreichtum verfuegt, den die USA gerne besitzen wuerden. Also sucht der Iran haenderingend nach Alliierten. Leider hat sich hier das iranische Oberhaupt doch sehr im Ton vergriffen. Man greift die USA nicht an - durch 'personne interposée' Israels. Selbst meine geringe US-Freundlichkeit braechte mich nicht dazu, den Wunsch nach einem Ausloeschen der USA zu propagieren -- es leben auch in den USA normale Menschen, sie werden lediglich durch die HIER in DIESEM THEMA benannten Kriminellen missbraucht. Ich bin mir sicher, dass auch im Iran denkende Menschen die seitens ihres Oberhauptes gemachten Aeusserungen missbilligen.
    Dennoch, ich vermute die iranische Regierung ist schon weit genug im Atomprogramm um die USA vor einem Angriff zu Stoppen.
    Fuer letzteres habe ich uebrigens trotz den Entgleisungen der Regierung Verstaendnis. Tatsaechlich ist eine Atombombe zur Zeit die einzige Variante um sich einigermassen vor den USA als Staat in Sicherheit zu bringen.
    Als 17 oder 18-jaehriger Schueler und Interessierter im Physik-Unterricht weiss man bereits wie man "so ein Ding" zusammenbastelt - und wem noch nicht alles klar sein sollte, der findet die Bauanleitungen im Internet. Wer also wirklich will, kann sich auf dem grauen Markt alle Bestandteile besorgen. Der eigentliche Zweck von Nuklearwaffen liegt in der Abschreckung - wobei ich die US-Regierung fuer verrueckt genug halte, sich ueber die Grenzen nicht ganz im klaren zu sein. Gier (nach Oel) schraenkt doch manchmal sehr die Vernunft ein (siehe Irak). Lediglich Nuklearwaffen lassen eine Kriegsfuehrung zu einem UNKALKULIERBAREN Risiko werden - jedes kriegstreibende Land sollte von den A-Waffen besitzenden Staaten mit entsprechend endgueltiger Antwort abgeschreckt werden - ganz gleichgueltig, ob dies nun der Iran ist - oder die USA sind.

    Aber wieder zurueck zum Thema:

    Hier geht es um den CFR - und innerhalb des CFR nochmals um den noch kleineren und geschlosseneren Kreis der Bonesmen, beide weisen die Kennzeichen einer terr*ristischen Vereinigung auf, wobei es sich beim CFR und den S&B nicht um die sonst ueblichen "Benachteiligten" und "armen Leute", sondern um gierige Reiche handelt. Konventionelle Monarchien sind weitestgehend abgeschafft - aber eben ersetzt durch die Handvoll ultrareicher Krimineller. Inwieweit diese kriminell sind oder durch Kriminalitaet ihr Vermoegen erworben haben, wird aus der Geschichte des CFR ersichtlich sein.



    Dass der CFR eine kriminelle Vereinigung ist, darauf verweisen auch - mit entsprechenden Nachweisen - US-eigene Stellen.


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    Die Entstehungsgeschichte des CFR / Teil 1

    Wie der CFR einschliesslich seiner Vorlaeuferinstitutionen entstanden ist, wer an seiner Gruendung mitgewirkt hatte ... eben alles von Anfang an:

    Zitat Zitat von Round Table

    The information that follows provides the history of a Roadshow of Deception.

    The Roadshow of Deception was used to demonstrate psychological warfare techniques and strategies to different Whitehouse Administrations. The Roadshow of Deception was used to convince different presidential administrations to use psychological warfare techniques on American citizens.
    Four people staged and presented the Roadshow of Deception. They were Nelson Rockefeller, Hadley Cantril, Gerard B. Lambert, and Adlebert Ames.

    However, there were many other men involved in developing the psychological warfare techniques; putting together the communication apparatus to apply those techniques; and effectively coordinating the psychological operations (PSYOPS) used to manipulate the American public and people in other nations. Many of the men worked in United States intelligence agencies and the US Department of State. Many of the men worked in the British Secret Service and the British State Department. The Americans belonged to a group called the Council on Foreign Relations; the British to a group called the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
    The Council on Foreign Relations and the Royal Institute of International Affairs were formally founded in 1919. The Council on Foreign Relations and Royal Institute of International Affairs continue to effectively coordinate psychological operations used to manipulate the American public and people in other nations. The Council On Foreign Relations headquarters is the Pratt House, 58 E. 68th Street, NY, NY, 10021. England's Royal Institute of International Affairs headquarters is Chatham House, 10 St. James' Square, London, SW1Y 4LE, UK. The Council on Foreign Relations and the Royal Institute of International Affairs have branch organizations in other nations including Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, India, France, China, Japan, Netherlands, and the Soviet Union.(1)

    Few Americans have heard of the Council on Foreign Relations. The Council grew out of a secret society funded by money left by Cecil Rhodes. Rhodes was a racist, a s*xist, a white supremacist, and an imperialist. Lord Rothschild and Alfred Beit bankrolled Rhodes. Rothschild and Beit were racist, s*xist, white supremacist, and imperialists too. The banking house of Rothschild maintained one of the great intelligence services of the nineteen century. The private intelligence they gathered helped the Rothschild's to successfully place their investments. According to former CIA chief Allen Dulles, "In 1815, while Europe awaited news of the Battle of Waterloo, Nathan Rothschild in London already knew that the British had been victorious. In order to make a financial killing, he then depressed the market by selling British Government securities; those who watched his every move in the market did likewise, concluding that Waterloo had been lost by the British and their allies. At the proper moment he bought back in at the low, and when the news was finally generally known, the value of government securities soared." In American the banking houses of Morgan and Rockefeller would come to maintain the great intelligence services of the 20th century. The intelligence services of the houses of Morgan and Rockefeller would include control of the intelligence services of the United States government. Many agents of the banking houses of Morgan and Rockefeller would go to work for United States intelligence agencies. During World War I, one of the most important elements of agent authentication was the fabrication of passports, identification cards and other documents. The censorship and documents branch was headed by Commander Henry S. Morgan of the United States Naval Reserve, a son of financier J. P. Morgan Jr.. Morgan's agency collected and compiled intelligence from mail, cables, and telephone conversations intercepted by the War Department under the government's wartime censorship powers. (2)

    John Cecil Rhodes and his followers knew how to apply psycho-political operations effectively to justify their conquests. The conquests were made in the name of an ideology -- civilizing "the white man's burden." Rhodes would leave a legacy that would help to formalize international psycho-political operations and covert activities.

    Cecil Rhodes was instrumental in establishing British control over South Africa. Rhodes gained fabulous riches digging diamonds in South Africa. In 1888 Rhodes consolidated several diamond companies into the De Beers Consolidated Mines. The same year Rhodes sent ten thousand pounds to England for the cause of Irish Home Rule. In 1889 Rhodes obtained the charter for the British South Africa Company. Rhodesia was named in his honor. Rhodes became a South African statesman. Rhodes established a racist system of government which would be named apartheid.
    The racist policy called for strict separation of the races. Blacks were restricted to certain occupations. Blacks received far lower wages than whites for the same work. Only whites could run for or hold public office. In 1948 the policy of separate development of the races was made official. The new policy was called apartheid. On May 31, 1961 the Union of South Africa withdrew from the British commonwealth and became the Republic of South Africa. Until the end of 1993 the Government of South Africa was a trilateral parliament. The parliament had one house for whites; one house for Coloureds (people of mixed race); and one house for Asians. The parliament had no franchise or representation for blacks.

    Between the ages of 24 and 26 Cecil Rhodes made seven wills. The first will established a secret society -- it was called the "Secret Society Will." The seventh will established the Rhodes Scholarships. The scholarships were to be awarded to Americans, Germans, and colonials for study at Oxford. All Souls College at Oxford would become the secret societies headquarters. Rhodes third will made his financier, Lord Rothschild trustee. The Rhodes Scholarship will changed the trustee to Rothschild's son-in-law Lord Rosebury. Rothschild was Jewish, Rosebury wasn't. Rosebury, was a more fitting trustee then his Jewish father-in-law.

    Rhodes was born 5 July 1853. The first will, written in 1877, established the "Secret Society" --"The Round Table." Rhodes was the first Round Table leader. Rhodes' wills insured Round Table members the funds to carry on for generations to come. The men of the Round Table were English upper class -- the University Educated -- The Wealthy -- the Privileged. The group was publicly referred to as the English "establishment." Secret Society members included students from Oxford and Cambridge. The Oxford boys included Cecil Rhodes, Arnold Toynbee, Lord Alfred Milner, Arthur Glazebrook, Sir George Parkin, Philip Lyttleton Gell, and Sir Henry Birchenough. The Cambridge boys included Reginald Baliol Brett ( aka Lord Esher), Sir John B. Seeley, Lord Albert Grey, Arthur Edmund Garrett. The aim of the secret society, and the purpose of the Rhodes Scholarships, was to spread English ruling class tradition throughout the English-speaking world. The boys of Oxford and Cambridge would devote their lives to extension of the British Empire and uplift of England's urban masses as two parts of one project which they called "extension of the English-speaking idea." Pursuit of the "extension of the English-speaking idea" included becoming rich through war and plunder. The imperialism of the time of Rhodes generated $40 billion in gold, diamonds, and slaves. The Round Table boys captured the lions share of the spoils resulting from their ignoble efforts.(3)

    It was in the years following the Civil War that many of America's great fortunes would be made. England had launched its industrial revolution one hundred years earlier. Fortunes were made by both northern and southern families during the civil war. Many men that made fortunes from the Civil War sent their sons to England for an education. Some boys attended preparatory schools some attended Universities such as Cambridge and Oxford. Some boys went abroad accompanied by American nannies. Some of the nannies sent abroad had been slaves before the war, and were now gainfully employed by their former masters. The men and their wives traveled abroad to visit their sons and tour England. Pompous manor houses in the English style sprung up on the sooty hillsides outside Pittsburgh. Entire rooms where purchased from Northumbrian castles and shipped to Tarrytown along with acres of heavy English Furniture. English butlers and nannies were hired and brought back to America as servants. A newly acquired "social voice" developed. It was a blend of the Southern accent, Yankee accent, and inflections copied from the British aristocracy. While attending Oxford and Cambridge many of the American boys became interested in the pursuit of the "extension of the English-speaking idea" which included becoming rich through war and plunder. Some of these American boys were invited to join the "Round Table." (4)

    The Round Table remained secret for 14 years. The Oxford boys and the Cambridge boys were introduced to each other by one of England's most sensational journalists William T. Stead (1840-1912). Like Rhodes, Stead was a racist, a white supremacist, a s*xist, and an imperialist. Rhodes enjoyed Stead's articles. The two became close friends. On February 5, 1891 Rhodes and Stead formally established the secret society "The Round Table". Rhodes was the leader. William Stead, Reginald Baliol Brett ( the Cambridge Group - Lord Esher ), Alfred Milner (from the Oxford Group - Lord Milner) formed an executive committee. In 1897 Milner became high commissioner in South Africa and Governor of the Cape Colony. Lord Arthur Balfour, Sir Harry Johnson, Lord Rothschild, and Lord Albert Grey were listed as members of a "Circle of Initiates." An outer circle known as the "Association of Helpers" would be established in other nations. The first two secret Round Table Groups of the outer circle were the Australia Round Table and New Zealand Round Table were established between 1890-1893. William T. Stead recruited members through his magazine Review of Reviews. (5)

    In 1902 Rhodes died. The leadership of the Round Table passed to Lord Alfred Milner who became chief Rhodes Trustee. While governor general and high commissioner in South Africa Milner recruited a group of young men from Oxford and Toynbee hall to help organize his administration. In South Africa under Milner's direction this group was known as Milner's "Kindergarten." Sir George Parkin became the Organizing Secretary of the Rhodes' Trust and Milner's second in command. During the next seven years the "Round Table" was busy establishing a network in the chief British Dependencies and in the United States. The United States Round Table members included ( George Louis Beer, Walter Lippmann, Frank Aydelotte, Whitney Shepardson, Thomas W. Lamont, Jerome D. Green, Frederick Dixon, and others ). One of the functions of the network would be to gather private intelligence. The intelligence services of the Round Table would be modeled after one the great intelligence services of the nineteenth century -- the intelligence services of the banking house of Rothschild, made available to the group by Lord Rothschild, a charter member of the Round Table, and the sugar daddy that bankrolled Rhodes. The intelligence gathering activities would be used to help the "Round Table Group" members to achieve successful investments.

    The intelligence gathering activities would also be used to provide information to media people like Stead, who would focus psychological operations at different target groups through various publishing houses and newspapers controlled by Round Table group members. Council members George Louis Beer, Edward Mandel House, Walter Lippmann, Whitney Shepardson, James T. Shotwell, Charles Seymour, and Isaiah Bowman would become charter members of America's first formal Intelligence organization the Inquiry. The idea for the Inquiry was suggested to President Wilson by Felix Frankfurter.
    Between 1909-1913 the outer circle,the 'Association of Helpers,' was expanded to other chief British dependences. The Canadian Round Table was established by Arthur Glazebrook and George Parkin (Milner's Oxford undergraduate friends). The South Africa Round Table was established by Sir Patrick Duncan, B. K. Long, and Sir Dougal Malcom (men of Milner's "Kindergarten"). The India Round Table was established by Sir William Marris, Lord James Meston, and Lord Malcom Haily (men of Milner's "Kindergarten"). The Australian Round Table and New Zealand Round tables were expanded by Parkin (1889-1910) and Lionel Curtis (1910-1919). The secret society "Round Table" groups were financed with Rhodes' money and funds from Rhodes' supporters including Alfred Beit (1853-1906), Sir Abe Bailey (1864-1940), and the Astor Family (1915). Since 1925 substantial contributions have been made by foundations and firms associated with the international banking fraternity especially the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust, J.P. Morgan organizations, Rockefeller Family organizations, Whitney Family organizations, the associates of Lazard Brothers, and Morgan, Grenfell, and Company.

    The Rothschild banking dynasty was founded in Frankfurt Germany by Mayer Amschel Rothschild. Rothschild had five sons. Each son would establish a branch in a different country. Amschel, the eldest, remained in Germany with his father. Solomon, the second son, founded a branch in Vienna Austria. Nathan, the third son, founded the London branch. Carl the fourth son, founded a branch in Naples Italy. Jacob, the fifth son founded the Paris branch. Other international family banking dynasties arose including Baring, Larzard, Erlanger, Warburg, Schroder, Selingman, the Speyers, Mirabud, Mallet, Fould, Peabody, and Morgan. (6)

    The most effective means of controlling political appointments and deciding political issues was through a Round Table Group controlled international financial network. The banking dynasties differed markedly from regular savings or commercial banks. They had special names, in England they were known as "merchant bankers," in France they were called "private bankers," and in the United States, there were known as "investment bankers." The characteristics that distinguished an "investment bank" included :

    1. they were international ( which meant "investment banks didn't owe allegiance to any one nation, their allegiance shifted in favor of the nation resulting in the banking network maximizing its profit);

    2. they lent money to the government ( which meant "investment banks", to paraphrase McKenna, directed the policy of Governments and held in the hollow of their hands the destiny of the people );

    3. they made money from investments in bonds (which meant "investment banks" were interested in controlling the countries inflation rates. Knowing how inflation would go was like knowing which horse would win a horse race in advance. An "investment bank" could make money in periods of inflation or deflation if they knew which was going to happen)

    4. they remained private unincorporated firms, usually partnerships (which meant since the "investment banks" were private unincorporated firms they did not have to make their business public. Since the public did not know if the "investment banks" were buying or selling bonds the "investment banks" could use this knowledge to help control inflation and deflation by buying and selling. This also meant that the "investment banks" could keep their commercial ventures a secret. This included financing such ventures as Cecil Rhodes South African adventure. It also allowed financing covert operations that would result in the imperialism of the time of Rhodes that generated $40 billion in gold, diamonds, and slaves through war and plunder. It also allowed the same "investment bank" to make money by financing both sides of a war. During the Civil War the House of Rothschild and other banking dynasties made money by financing both, the northern and southern causes.
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    Teil 2

    Another famous American banking house that financed both the northern and southern causes was the banking house of George Peabody & Company. George Peabody & Company made London its base of operations so it could take part in directing the capital which flowed from Europe to pioneering America. J. P. Morgan's father was a partner in George Peabody & Co. J. P. Morgan began working at his daddies famous London banking house as an apprentice when he was 19 years old. He left London in 1857 and returned to the rising financial center to establish a banking house of his very own.
    In March 3, 1863 Morgan was investigated by a Committee on Government Contracts. Morgan was investigated for participating in the purchase and resale of defective rifles to General Fremont who headed the Northern troops quartered near St. Louis. The defective rifles shot off the thumbs of soldiers using them. The army refused to pay. Morgan filed a claim against the government for $109,912. Morgan had loaned only $17,486 to purchase the defective weapons. The committee report refused Morgan the payment. The committee report on Morgan, said, "He cannot be looked upon as a good citizen, entitled to favorable consideration of his claim, who seeks to augment the vast burdens daily increasing, that are to weigh on the further industry of the country, by demands upon the treasury for which nothing entitled to the name of an equivalent has been rendered...Worse than traitors in arms are the men who pretending loyalty to the flag, feast and fatten on the misfortunes of the nation, while patriot blood is crimsoning the plains of the South and bodies of their countrymen are moldering in the dust." (7)

    In the period between the end of the civil war and the beginning of the 20th century the United States changed from a merchantile-agrarian democracy to a unified industrial society. A small group of young entrepreneurs was largely responsible for the change. This group gained economic control of the nation. The men "were Jay Gould, Jim Fisk, J. P. Morgan, Philip Armour, Andrew Carnegie, James Hill and John Rockefeller, Collis Huntington, Leland Stanford, [and] Jay Cooke. In the ensuing years all of the members of this band of youth would have met with their first "windfalls"... and the end of the war would see them masters of money, capitalists equipped to increase their capital. In the hour of danger and confusion it was as if they alone were prepared. It was as if the Second American Revolution were fought for them. "

    The members of this new ruling class were generally called "barons," "kings," "empire-builders," or even "emperors". They were aggressive men; sometimes they were lawless; in important crises, nearly all of them tended to act without those established moral principles which fixed more or less the conduct of the common people of the community.." (8)

    Morgan, Rockefeller, and Carnegie were members of the Cecil Rhodes' American Round Table Group. The Robber Barons engaged in intense rivalries. These rivalries often resulted in severe economic depressions causing misery for hundreds of millions of people, in various nations throughout the world. The rivalries and picturesque combats were played out in the press.

    Sometimes the press was used to initiate the depression. In June of 1871, Pierpoint Morgan joined forces with Anthony Drexel, the second largest "investment banker" in Philadelphia. A company called Drexel, Morgan & Co. was formed and linked to the J.S. Morgan branch in London. The Northern Pacific Railroad was the country's second transcontinental railroad. It was being financed by the most powerful "investment banking" house in the United States Jay Cooke and Co., the largest "investment banker" in Philadelphia. Cooke had a virtual monopoly on government financing. Cooke was the major source of money for funding the North during the civil war. He operated through a Washington DC banking house, his partner was Anthony Drexel. Cooke was so successful at raising money for the war effort that he eventually became the sole fiscal agent of the government. G.W. Childs ran the Philadelphia Ledger. Drexel, Morgan's new partner, had loaned Childs the money to establish the Philadelphia Ledger. In June of 1871, the Philadelphia Ledger began attacking the Northern Pacific Railroad. Ulysses Simpson Grant ran for re-election in 1872. Cooke was counting on Grant to be re-elected. Part of Grant's re-election promise was a $300,000,000 government loan to "refinance" the Northern Pacific Railroad. Cooke spent a lot of money to help Grant win. Cooke was providing $1,000,000 a month for Railroad Construction. This money was coming from the sale of Northern Pacific bonds by Jay Cooke & Co. offices in the United States and in London.. The adverse publicity at home and abroad hurt bond sales. Cooke could only sell enough bonds to cover $200,000 of the $1,000,000 a month needed by Northern Pacific. Cooke had to buy the other $800,000 in bonds himself, which he did. The Railroad started having problems; a section sank into a northern lake, the President was ousted for corruption. As time approached for the $300,000,000 refunding loan the Philadelphia Ledger beefed up its anti-Northern Pacific campaign. It printed a rumor that Cooke needed the new government funding operation to "bolster up their credit, which had been impaired by the connection with the Northern Pacific." In February of 1873 the $300,000,000 loan went down to defeat. Cooke had been counting on the loan -- so had a lot of other people. Cooke's troubles made money tight, the price of gold soared in London. Drexel & Morgan Co. did quite well. Northern Pacific bonds became harder and harder to sell. On September 18th Grant and Cooke were eating breakfast at Cooke's home in Philadelphia. Cooke received a telegram from his partner in New York. Cooke and the President went to the Philadelphia office. There Cooke told the President and his Philadelphia associates that at 11:00 his partner closed the doors of the branch office in New York. Cooke turned his face away from the President and the men who surrounded him and cried. A few minutes latter the doors to Jay Cooke & Co., Third St., Philadelphia swung shut. Soon allied brokers and 5,000 commercial houses followed it into bankruptcy. The Wall Street rout continued for ten days. It was everyman for himself. Only the strongest survived. The strongest were Morgan, Rockefeller, and Carnegie, the men who belonged to America's Round Table. A few young adventures preyed upon the rich debris and became rich themselves. One of the scavengers was Edward H. Harriman. (NB = Brown Brothers Harriman Bank, nowadays Bush Framily.) The country entered a depression that would last for five years.(9)

    By 1901 there were two major "investment banks" left in the United States The House of Morgan, and the House of Rockefeller . A powerful but smaller firm was the House of Kuhn-Loeb & Co. These three houses were all closely connected to the Round Table group. The chief financial genius of Kuhn, Loeb and & Co. was Round Table group member Otto Kahn (February 21, 1867- March 29, 1934). Kahn was born in Mannheim, Germany. Otto's father was a financier for the Deutsche Bank. Otto went to work at the bank when he was seventeen. At twenty-one Otto was transferred to the London Branch, grew fond of London and became a British Citizen. At twenty-six (1893) Otto accepted a position with the banking house of Speyer & Company in New York. The House of Speyer was one of the largest and oldest international banking dynasties in Europe. That year a financial panic began that lasted four years. After two years at Speyer (1895), Otto Kahn returned to Europe to travel, study art, and listen to music. On January 6, 1896 Kahn married Addie Wolff, daughter of a former partner of Kuhn-Loeb & Co. Kahn became a member of the Kuhn, Loeb & Co. a year latter. Kahn and his wife were wealthy. Kahn collected art and became a major force in establishing the Metropolitan Opera Company. In 1902 Paul and Felix Warburg, of the House of Warburg, another of the largest and oldest "investment banking" houses in Europe arrived in America. They left their brother Max in Frankfurt Germany to run the family bank. Paul Warburg married Nina Loeb, Felix married Jacob Schiff's daughter Frieda Schiff. Jacob Schiff was the senior partner at Kuhn-Loeb & Co. Both brothers became Kuhn-Loeb partners. Paul Warburg's salary was $500,000 a year. Kahn became the chief financial genius of Kuhn-Loeb & Co. Prior to America's entry into World War I, another Round Table member was hired by Kuhn-Loeb & Co, like Kahn, he was an Englishman and member of the Round Table. His name was Sir William Wiseman. Wiseman was the New York Section Chief of Britain's Secret Intelligence Service. After America's entry into the war Wiseman would leave Kuhn & Loeb and serve as intermediary between President Wilson's administration and the British government. Wiseman was introduced to Wilson by another Round Table member, Edward Mandel House (=Huis). Wiseman returned to Kuhn Loeb & Co. shortly after the Paris Peace Conference. While Wiseman's work in the Secret Intelligence Agency allegedly ended, he remained in contact with his successor agents who held that post in the years between wars including: Maurice Jeffes; Captain Henry Maine; Commander H.B. Taylor, Royal Navy; Captains Sir James Paget, Royal Navy; and William Stephenson. (10)

    Kahn entered Kuhn-Loeb & Co. just as Edward Harriman was rising to power. Harriman depended upon Kahn for financing his titanic railroad transactions. Harriman was also aligned with the House of Rockefeller. The other major railroad baron was James J. Hill, who was aligned with the House of Morgan. J. Pierpoint Morgan had surrounded himself with a group of partners. All his partners were energetic -- many were handsome enough to be Hollywood leading men, though Morgan wasn't much to look at himself. The ablest of his partners were Charles H. Coster (a railroad expert) , Egisto Fabbri (an Italian economist and mathematician), George W. Perkins (from the First National Bank), George F. Baker (from the First National Bank) , George S. Bowdoin, J. Hood Wright, and Robert Bacon (future Ambassador to London). Morgan and his partners had been busily acquiring direct control of numerous banks and insurance companies. In his campaign of secret alliances Morgan controlled the National Bank of Commerce, First National Bank; and was linked to Hanover, Liberty, and Chase. Morgan dominated three great life insurance companies New York Life, Equitable Life, and the Mutual Life. As 1900 approached these companies owned about one billion dollars in assets. By law they were required to invest $55,000,000 each year. Morgan Partners Perkins, Baker, and Morgan were also life insurance company directors. Morgan and his partners would buy securities from themselves. Morgan was investigated, twice. One investigation was directed by Charles Evans Hughes ( the Armstrong investigation in New York). The other was the Pujo Committee investigation lead by Louis Brandeis. The Pujo investigation concluded that Morgan directed a great pool of banks and insurance companies to purchase securities he floated; then the proceeds of these securities were deposited either directly into the House of Morgan, or its controlled banks, the First National, the Bank of Commerce etc. The Pujo committee found that Rockefeller's National City Bank co-directors Cleveland H. Dodge, James Stillman, J. Ogden Armour, William Rockefeller operated in the same way. Brandeis concluded, "They control people through people's own money. The power and growth of power of our financial oligarches comes from wielding the savings and quick capital of others." The House of Morgan and the House of Rockefeller already knew that. With the investigations closed they lost no further time and extended themselves with amazing speed in a concentrated effort to control all of the nations savings. (11)

    A spectacular contest for the stock of Northern Pacific Railroad began between the Hill-Morgan forces and the Harriman-Rockefeller-Kahn forces (May 3-9, 1901). The Northern Pacific stock was run up by Robert Bacon of Morgan and Company. The public, didn't know exactly what was happening. The perception given by the press was that the House of Rockefeller and the House of Morgan were locked in a life-and-death struggle. The by-product was a sudden panic. When the smoke cleared thousands of people had been ruined. Morgan was blamed. Morgan replied, "I owe the Public Nothing." The Round Table groups House of Morgan and House of Rockefeller shook hands and formed an interlocking directorship. The Truce of 1901 was negotiated by the Round Table Groups House of Kuhn Lobe & Co. With their rivals out of the way the Round Table Group members began a psycho-political operation to give the public a perception of a much mellower and virtuous group of capitalists. As a result the public perceived the age of the "Robber Baron" was over. What they didn't know was the age of the "Subtle Fascist" had begun.(12)

    Edward Mandell House was the seventh son of a seventh son. According to House, "We originally came from Holland and the name was Huis, which finally fell into House. Father ran away from home and went to sea when a child, and did not return to his home until he had become a man of property and distinction. He came to Texas when it belonged to Mexico. He joined the revolution, fought under General Burleson, and helped make Texas a republic. For his services in this war he received a grant for land in Coryell County. He lived to see Texas come into the Union, secede, and return to the Union. He lived in Texas under four flags."13 According House's biographer, Charles Seymour, "Thus wrote Colonel House in the summer of 1916, when a brief lull in his political activities gave opportunity for him to reconstruct on paper something of the background that lay behind his rapid rise to national and international eminence. Although the family was in its origin Dutch, his forbearers were for some three hundred years English, and it was from England that his father ran away. House himself, a seventh son, was born in 1858, at Houston, Texas, and this State he has always regarded as his home. Even more than those of Wilson or Walter Page, with whom he later was so closely associated, his first years were touched by the excitement and turmoil of the times."(14)

    The turmoil of the times was the Civil War (1861 - 1865). Thomas House had become a millionaire growing Cotton on his Coryell County land. Thomas House used some of his money to buy ships. The ships carried goods that were bought and sold. Two commodities House traded in were cotton and slaves. Some Southerners managed to profit from the Civil War. Thomas House was one. When the war began Lincoln blockaded the Southern coast. Thomas House increased his wealth by using his ships to run the blockades. Thomas House became rich and avoided risk by hiring men to run the blockades while he observed safely from shore. According to Edward House, "During the war he sent many ships out from Galveston with cotton, to run the blockade to near-by ports, such as Havana and Belize Honduras. At that time we had a house in Galveston as well as in Houston. The Galveston home covered an entire block. The house was a large red brick Colonial one, with white pillars, and an orange grove took up most of the grounds, and oleanders encircle them.

    In determining when to send his ships out, Father was governed largely by the weather. Dark, stormy nights were the ones chosen. In the afternoon he would go up to the cupola of our house, and with his glasses he would scan the horizon to see how many Federal gunboats were patrolling the coast. Then his ship would go out in the early part of the night. In the morning, at daylight, he would be again on the lookout to count the Federal gunboats, to see if any were missing. If they were all there, he felt reasonably sure his ship had gotten through the blockade.

    It would be months before he knew definitely whether his ships had come safely to port or whether they had been captured. When he lost one, the loss was complete; but when one got through, the gain was large. He had a working arrangement with the Confederate Government by which the return voyage brought them clothing, arms, and munitions of war of all kinds.
    The terrible days between Lee's surrender and bringing some sort of order out of the chaos in the South made a lasting impression on my mind. I cannot recall just now long the interim was, but it must have been a full year or more.
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    There was one regiment of Texas soldiers that came to Houston and disbanded there. They looted the town. They attempted to break into Father's storehouse, but he stood at the doors with a shotgun...Murder was rife everywhere; there was no law, there was no order. It was unsafe to go at night to you next-door neighbor's. When Father had this to do, he always reached for his shotgun or six-shooter and held it ready to shoot while both going and coming."(15) Men of war met at the House plantation to discuss military strategy. One of those men was Jefferson Davis. On January 1863 Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation freeing "all slaves in rebellion." The proclamation encouraged slaves to rebel and kill their owners -- their reward would be their Freedom. Slave owners had cause to hate Lincoln. Lee's surrender on April 9th 1865 was bad news for Thomas House -- his blockade running business was over. Lincoln would be assassinated five days latter.

    This encouraged southern troops to fight on. The news of Lincoln's assassination was a cause for celebration at the House plantation. The last rebel troops surrendered a month later May 26, 1865. In 1866 the Ku Klux Klan formed secretly in the South. They were a vigilante group, that terr*rized blacks, and used frontier justice against carpet baggers, and criminals that traveled throughout the south during reconstruction. Thomas House and some of Edward's older brothers joined the Texas Klan. 16
    After the civil war Edward was sent to preparatory school in England. Edward developed close friendships with his English schoolmates. Some of Edward's schoolmates would become members of Cecil Rhodes Round Table group, so would Edward. Some of Edward's schoolmates would grow up to become the most powerful English diplomats and spies in Britain. Edward would grow up to be on of the most powerful diplomats and spies in America. Edward's mother died when he was fourteen. Edward returned to the States to complete his education. According to House, "I had expected to be able to enter Yale, but I found myself wholly unprepared and reluctantly entered the Hopkin's Grammar School of the Class of '77...What I had been taught was of but little use, and I would have been better off as far as Latin and Greek were concerned if I had known nothing and had started from the beginning. I studied but little, and I soon found I should have difficulty in joining the Class of '81 in Yale. Meanwhile, Oliver T. Morton, a son of Senator Oliver P. Morton of Indiana, and I had become fast friends and we agreed to tutor and go to Cornell instead of Yale. Both Morton and I were more bent on mischief than upon books and, while the mischief was innocent, it made us poor students." (17)

    House didn't get good grades -- House did get a good education. Oliver T. Morton's father was a potential Republican presidential Candidate. Morton was a Republican. House, being from the south, was an ardent Democrat. The youngmen's friendship, coupled with an interesting political presidential race, would provide House with educational experience, that no planned curriculum could ever have offered. The young men followed the election campaign. They argued politics, they read about politics, they debated political issues, and they cut class to attend political meetings. House relates, "Every near-by political meeting I attended, and there was no one more interested in the nomination and election of the presidential candidates of 1876 than I. At every opportunity I would go to New York and hang about Democratic Headquarters which, I remember, were at the Everett House in Union Square. I used to see Mr. [Samuel] Tilden go in and out, and wondered then how so frail a looking man could make a campaign for President. Bayard, Blaine, and others I heard speak whenever the opportunity occurred, and I believe that I was as nearly engrossed in politics as I have ever been since.
    Before the nominations were made, I was, of course, hoping to see young Morton's father nominated for President, and it was a bitter disappointment to us both when the telegraph operator handed us out the first slip giving new that the Republicans had compromised upon Rutherford B. Hays. The operator knew us, for we were continually hanging about the office instead of attending to our studies. Morton's father was such a poser at the time that there was no difficulty in his having access to any information that was to be had.

    Ardent Democrat that I was, and ardent Republican that he was, young Morton and I had no unpleasant discussions. After the election and during the contest that followed, it was utterly impossible for me to bring myself to think of desk or books. I was constantly going to Washington with Morton, in order to be near the center of things. I was usually the guest of the Mortons, who lived at the time at the Ebbitt House. I knew much of everything that was going on. Republican leaders would come in day and night to consult the distinguished invalid who was directing the fight for Hayes. In this way, directly and indirectly, I saw and met many well-known Republicans in public life at that time."(18)

    When the election results of 1876 came in Rutherford B. Hayes (Republican) believed he had lost the election to Samuel Tilden (Democrat). It was discovered that a few Southern States had submitted two different sets of electoral votes. A dispute arose over the result. An electoral commission was appointed by Congress. Eight Republicans and seven Democrats served on the commission. All the disputed votes were awarded to Hayes. Hayes became president by one electoral vote. Hayes did keep a promise he made to the Southerners -- he withdrew troops from all areas still occupied in the South, ending the era of reconstruction. (19)

    In 1880 Thomas House died. Edward House dropped out of Cornell and returned to Texas. Edward inherited his father's greatest wealth the cotton plantations. The Civil war had made it impossible for Edward to inherit his father's slaves. Edward managed the plantations for ten years. In 1890 he sold the plantations and invested the money in bank notes. The interest provided Edward Mandell House with financial independence for the rest of his life.(20)

    Besides the Plantations, Edward inherited his daddy’s friends. They were older than Edward. After the civil war they were the men that formed the Ku Klux Klan. The Ku Klux Klaners were the old-timers who dispensed vigilante justice. Some of that justice was warranted -- some of the justice was simply murder. By 1880 a new legitimate group was in charge of dispensing justice in Texas -- the Texas Rangers. They wore stars, carried arms, were paid salaries, and killed in the line of duty. They were hard men, and tough men. They were aggressive, virile and domineering men. Intimidation was one way they used to keep the peace. Many of them had big brawny bodies -- all of them had big egos -- all of them had six-shooters buckled around their waists. Many of the Texas Rangers were members of the Klan. Edward was the new master. It was Edward's job to gain their loyalty. Edward gained their loyalty by stroking their egos. Edward would use his money and influence to try and make them famous. Edward described his new friends as "that intrepid band that made Texas what she is to-day. I make obeisance to them! Nothing daunted them. They tore a principality from a sovereign state and moulded a trackless wilderness into a great commonwealth. These men were the heroes of my childhood; and now when I am growing old and have seen many men and many lands, I go back to them and salute them, for I find they are my heros still."(21)

    One of the oldest and perhaps best of these "friends" was a Texas Ranger named Captain Bill McDonald. According to House, "In my early boyhood I knew many of the Bill McDonalds type, although he was perhaps the flower of them all. I knew personally many of the famous desperados, men who had killed so many that they had almost ceased to count their victims. There were two types of so-called "killers" - one that murdered simply for the pure love of it, and others that killed because it was in their way of duty. Bill McDonald belonged to this latter class. So also did Blue-eyed Captain McKinney of the Rangers, whom I knew in my ranching days in southwest Texas.

    McKinney was finally ambushed and killed, as almost every sheriff of La Salle County was killed during that particular period. Whenever I went to our ranch, I was never certain that I would return home alive. Feuds were always going on, and in some of these our ranch was more or less involved."(22)

    Many of the Sheriff's of La Salle county were little more than hired thugs -- licensed to kill. They were loyal to the men running the county. If those men's interest were threatened the Sheriffs administered discipline. The Governor of Texas from 1890 to 1894 was Governor Hogg. Edward Mandell House was instrumental in getting Hogg elected. During his administration rail-road workers struck. Governor Hogg used Texas Ranger Bill McDonald to break up the strike. According to House, "Governor Hogg...broke up strikes during his administration. Captain Bill McDonald, of the Ranger Service, was the instrument he used. Hogg sent word to the leaders that if they continued to uncouple cars, or to do anything that might interfere with the movement of trains, he would shoot holes through them big enough to see through. When Bill conveyed this to the ringleaders and presented himself as the instrument through which it was to be done, lawlessness ceased." Edward inherited the Texas Ku Klux Klan.(23)

    The success of the Hogg campaign insured the political position of House in Texas. Edward Mandell House helped to make four men governor of Texas (James S. Hogg (1892), Charles A. Culberson (1894), Joseph D. Sayers (1898), and S. W.T. Lanham (1902)). After the election House acted as unofficial advisor to each governor. House would say in regard to the Hogg election, "So in politics I began at the top rather than at the bottom and I have been doing since that day pretty much what I am doing now; that is, advising and helping wherever I might." Hogg, caught onto House. Hogg gave House the title "Colonel" by promoting House to his staff. Appointment to the official Staff of the Governor was a Texas political custom of dubious honor. Along with the staff position came a uniform they could wear to official gatherings or "bestow upon an ancient and grateful darkey." Governor Hogg appointed House to his staff without telling him. Upon receiving the staff officer's uniform House did give it to a servant. The title Colonel stuck. Despite his protest, he became "Colonel House" or even "The Colonel.".(24)

    House(Huis) wanted to control more than Texas, House wanted to control the country. House would do so by becoming a king maker instead of a king. House learned by controlling two or three men in the Senate; two or three men in the House; and the President -- he could control the country. Edward saw his father, Thomas, become rich and avoid risk by hiring men to run the blockades while observing safely from shore. House would do the same in the political arena. He would find a candidate that he could influence. He would be instrumental in helping that candidate achieve office. He would influence the candidate from behind the scenes. The people would perceive one man was representing them, when in reality, an entirely different man was in control. House could influence that man to betray his constituents with no risk to himself. House had learned a great secret -- how to control a country. House didn't need to influence millions of people, he need only influence a handful of men. The less the people knew about him or what he was doing, the better off he was. House would profit from remaining in the shadows. House would help establish a secret society in America that would operate in the same fashion -- the Council on Foreign Relations.

    In 1912, Woodrow Wilson (president of Princeton 1902-1910, governor of New Jersey 1911-13) ran as a Democrat in a three man presidential race. Howard Taft was the incumbent Republican. Former President Theodore Roosevelt ran on the Progressive party ticket. Wilson's main financial genius and support came from a group of directors of the House of Rockefeller's National City Bank including: Cleveland H. Dodge, J. Ogden Armour, James Stillman, and William Rockefeller. Otto Kahn, and Jacob Schiff of the House of Kuhn-Loeb & Co. provided additional financial support. The House of Morgan guided the Progressive campaign of Teddy Roosevelt. Morgan partner George Perkins provided Roosevelt with money, speeches, and men from Wall Street to help his campaign. The House of Morgan also gave money to the Wilson campaign. The republican vote was divided and Wilson was able to beat them both, won by a land slide, and became 28th President of the United States. After the election Wilson's financial backers provided him with their own agents to act as unofficial advisors. Among these advisors was a young lawyer named Felix Frankfurter. Frankfurter worked for the New York "establishment" law firm Hornblower, Byrne, Miller and Potter. Another adviser was Edward Mandell House. Without House, Wilson may never have become president. Wilson was nominated as Democratic candidate because of support from William Jennings Bryan. Colonel House obtained Bryan's support for Wilson. House became Wilson's closest unofficial advisor. The Round Table Group had four pet projects, a graduated income tax, a central bank, creation of a Central Intelligence Agency, and the League of Nations.(25)

    In the period between 1901 and 1913 the House of Morgan and the House of Rockefeller formed close alliances with the Dukes and the Mellons. This group consolidated their power and came to dominate other Wall Street powers including: Carnegie, Whitney, Vanderbilt, Brown-Harriman, and Dillon-Reed. The Round Table Group wanted to control the people. The Round Table Group would control the people by controlling the government. The Round Table Group would control the government by using the government to tax people and having the government deposit the peoples money in a central bank. The Round Group would take control of the bank and therefore have control of the money. The Round Table Group would take control of the State Department and formulate government policy, which would determine how the money was spent. The Round Table Group would control the CIA which would gather information about people, and script and produce psycho-political operations focused at the people to influence them to act in accord with Round Table Group State Department policy decisions. The Round Table Group would work to consolidate all the nations of the world into a single nation, with a single central bank under their control, and a single International Security System.

    Between 1901-1913 the Establishment worked hard at achieving these goals. Some of the men involved were American Round Table group members and insiders Allen Dulles, John Dulles, Dean Rusk, Jerome Greene, James T. Shotwell, John H. Davis, Eliahu Root, and Philip Jessup, Felix Frankfurter, and Edward Mandell House. Some of the first legislation of the Wilson Administration was the institution of the graduated income tax (1913). An inheritance tax was also instituted. These tax laws were used to rationalize the need for legislation that allowed the establishment of tax-exempt foundations. The tax-exempt foundations became the link between Round Table members private corporations and the University system. The Round Table Group would control the Universities by controlling the sources of their funding. The funding was money sheltered from taxes being channeled in ways which would help achieve Round Table Group aims. With the achievement of the graduated income tax, the American Round Table Group focused on establishing the United States Central bank.(26)
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    On March 13, 1907 a financial panic was triggered by rumors that the Knickerbocker Bank, and The Trust Company of America were about to become insolvent. The rumors were started by the House of Morgan. There was a run on the banks. Morgan helped to avert the panic he helped to create. Morgan imported $100 million worth of gold from Europe to stop the run on the banks. This exercise was a Round Table group psycho-political operation. It provided America with the perception and rationalization that what the United States needed was a central banking system.

    The Senate created the National Monetary Commission to study the problem. Senator Nelson Aldrich (John D. Rockefeller's father-in-law) headed the commission. To investigate the matter the Commission toured the continent of Europe to study the European central banking system. Aldrich didn't have any banking experience. It took nearly two years and $300,000 of tax-payer money to wine and dine the men of the European central banking system before the committee was able to complete their study. Towards the end of 1910, a group of men held a secretive meeting on Jekyl Island, Georgia. The meetings purpose was to write the final recommendations for the National Monetary Commission report. Senator Aldrich arranged the meeting. The men who attended included: Henry P. Davison (House of Morgan - J.P. Morgan and Co.); Benjamin Strong (House of Morgan - Bankers Trust Co.); Frank A. Vanderlip (House of Rockefeller - National City Bank ); A. Piatt Andres (Assistant Secretary of the Treasury); and Paul Warburg ( House of Warburg and House of Kuhn-Loeb & Co.). According to the memoirs of Frank Vanderlip, "Despite my views about the value to society of greater publicity for the affairs of corporations, there was an occasion, near the close of 1910, when I was as secretive - indeed as furtive - as any conspirator...I do not feel it is any exaggeration to speak of our secret expedition to Jekyl Island as the occasion of the actual conception of what eventually became the Federal Reserve System." Congress created the Federal Reserve to stabilize and secure the nations financial system. President Woodrow Wilson signed the Federal Reserve act on 23 December 1913. (27)

    In December of 1963, on the fiftieth anniversary of the Federal Reserve, the fifth edition of a book titled, The Federal Reserve System: Purposes and Functions was printed. As with earlier editions, the purpose of the book was to better public understanding of the System's trusteeship for the nation’s credit. This edition, and the former editions, were collaborative products of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors staff. The book tells us that the Federal Reserve's, "original purposes, as expressed by its founders, were to give the country an elastic currency, to provide facilities for discounting commercial paper, and to improve the supervision of banking." It then explains, "From the outset, there was recognition that these original purposes were in fact parts of broader objectives, namely, to help counteract inflationary and deflationary movements, and to share in creating conditions favorable to a sustained, high level of employment, a stable dollar, growth of the country, and a rising level of consumption. Acceptance of the broader objectives has widened over the years.

    Over the years too, the public has come to recognize that these domestic objectives are related to the country's ability to keep its flow of payments with foreign countries in reasonable balance over time. Today it is generally understood that the primary purpose of the System is to foster growth at high levels of employment, with a stable dollar in the domestic economy and with over-all balance in our international payments.

    How is the Federal Reserve System related to production, employment, the standard of living, and our international payments position? The answer is that the Federal Reserve, through its influence on credit and money, affects indirectly every phase of American enterprise and commerce and every person in the United States..." In 1924 Reginald McKenna chairman of the Board of Midland Bank, and former British Chancellor of the Exchequer (i.e. head of the Central Bank of England 1915-16), told Midland Bank stockholders in England "They who control the credit of a nation direct the policy of governments and hold in their hands the destiny of the people." The Board of Directors of the United States Federal Reserve system must have been familiar with McKenna. Midland Bank was established by the head of the Round Table, Lord Alfred Milner.

    The Federal Reserve is a corporation, accountable to the United States government, but owned by banks which have purchased shares of stock. The Federal Reserve Bank is the bankers banker. If a commercial or savings bank wants to lend more money to customers, it borrows money from its bank - the Federal Reserve. The Federal Reserve is a watchdog that audits every banks records to make sure loan decisions are based on sound judgements and that regulations are being followed. The Federal Reserve is; the controller of the currency; the US Governments bank where, the Treasury has its bank account; the nation's check-clearing system - processing over 15 billion checks a year; and keeper of the worlds gold. The gold is kept in a vault at the New York Federal Reserve bank. Most of the gold stored in the Fed belongs to other nations and represents about one-third of the official gold reserves of the the world's non-communist countries.

    The Federal Reserve is run by a seven-member board of Governors appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. Terms of office last 14 years to insulate governors from political pressures. Terms are staggered, with one expiring every two years. There's one chairman and one vice-chairman, both of whom hold terms of four years. The seven members of the board of Governors, the President of the Federal Reserve bank of New York, and 4 other Federal Reserve Bank Presidents are members of a group called the Federal Open Market Committee. This Committee is responsible for the purchase and sale of government securities. That means that they are responsible for influencing the cost and availability of money and credit.
    In 1913, Colonel House helped to pick the charter members of the original Federal Reserve Board. Among those chosen were Paul Warburg House Warburg and House of Kuhn-Loeb & Co. ] and Benjamin Strong House of Morgan and House of Kuhn-Loeb & Co. ]. House, Warburg, and Strong were American Round Table group members. According to Round Table Group historian, Carrol Quigley, the aim of the dynastic banking houses was, "...nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences. The apex of the system was to be the Bank for International Settlements in Basle, Switzerland, a private bank owned and controlled by the world's central banks which were themselves private corporations. Each central bank , in the hands of men like Montague Norman of the Bank of England, Benjamin Strong of the New York Federal Reserve Bank, Charles Rist of the Bank of France, and Hjalmer Schacht of the Reichsbank, sought to dominate its government by its ability to control Treasury loans, to manipulate foreign exchanges, to influence the level of economic activity in the country, and to influence cooperative politicians by subsequent economic rewards in the business world."(28)

    Montague Norman was a member of the British Round Table Group, Benjamin Strong was a member of the American Round Table Group. According to Quigley, "Strong owed his career to the favor of the Morgan Bank, especially of Henry P. Davison, who made him secretary of Bankers Trust Company of New York (in succession to Thomas W. Lamont) in 1904, used him as Morgan's agent in the banking rearrangements following the crash of 1907, and made him vice-president of the Bankers Trust (still in succession to Lamont) in 1909. He became governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as the joint nominee of Morgan, Kuhn, Loeb and Co. in 1914. Two years later, Strong met Norman for the first time, and they at once made an agreement to work in cooperation for the financial practices they both revered."(29)

    Alan Greenspan, Paul Volcker, G. William Miller, and William McChesney Martin have all chaired the Federal Reserve board. All are members of the Council on Foreign Relations. As of September 1993, the Congressional Budget Office estimated that handling losses in failed savings and loan institutions would cost $120 billion from 1990 through 1998 (*after the claim of DB Chief Herrhausen to write off loans of less develloped counties) (this figure does not include $60 billion spent before 1989). Wasn't one of the jobs of the Federal Reserve to be watchdog? In 1987 leaders of America's major banks went to Tokyo. They met with our finance minister and governor of the central bank. They urged more positive cooperation by Japanese banks. The big American banks were caught in the dilemma of their Latin American Debt. ( NB Folge der Initiative von DB-Chef Herrhausen Kredite an Entwicklungsländer *abzuschreiben – was zu seiner Ermordung am 30.11.1989 führte. Auftraggeber des Mordes war der CFR, ausführend die CIA, nachdem der Personenschutz von Herrhausen seitens deutscher Politiker abgezogen wurde. ) On the one hand, they had to suffer the losses caused in part by their own overlending, which meant they could not continue being exposed to new loans to Latin America. On the other hand, they were unable to jettison Latin America, which for them was an important market. The leaders of the banks attending the meeting were John Reed of Citibank, Willard Butcher of Chase, Lewis Preston of Morgan, and Tom Clausen of the Bank of America. Reed, Butcher and Preston are all members of the Council on Foreign Relations.

    With the creation of the Central Bank the Round Table Group focused their attention on creating a Central Intelligence Agency and the League of Nations. Prior to America's entry into the war, the State department, not the justice department, had assumed the role of dealing with German Subversion and sabotage. ( NB Der Deutschen Botschaft wurden Dokumente zugespielt, dass der Passagierdampfer “Lusitania” Waffentransporte durchführte. Die Torpedierung der Lusitania wurde zum Anlass des Kriegseintrittes durch die USA benutzt. Rund 1800 Passagiere wurden geopfert. ) The "rationalization" was counterespionage was more a problem of foreign relations than of domestic law enforcement. Frank L. Polk, a "northeastern establishment" lawyer the State Departments chief legal officer became the focal point of United States government counterespionage activities. Polk coordinated the counterespionage work of groups such as the Secret Service, the Bureau of Investigation, and British Naval Intelligence. In September of 1917 Felix Frankfurter suggested the idea for a new agency to President Wilson. The new executive agency would be a planning organization to prepare American policy for President Wilson. Frankfurter explained that the new agency would work closely with the State department to help formulate the policy. The State Department would forward copies of consular reports and other information requested by the agency. The agency would also obtain information from private sector sources. These sources would include the National Geographic Society, the Carnegie Institution, and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, The General Rubber Company, the Standard Oil Company of New York, and the American Tobacco Company. Wilson liked Frankfurter's idea and established the agency. Its charter members were Colonel Edward Mandell House, Walter Lippmann, James T. Shotwell, and Isaiah Bowman. The typical staff member was recruited from an Ivy League University. Academic disciplines included geography, economics, modern languages, and especially history. There were several lawyers on Staff. One David Hunter Miller, was in charge of the agency's financial accounts. Hunter had joined the State Department in 1917. He had been a law partner of Gordon Auchincloss. Auchincloss worked in the State department and was Colonel House's son-in-law. The agency was America's first Central Intelligence Agency. The agency was given the cryptic name the Inquiry. The Inquiry headquarters were established in the offices of the American Geographical Society whose director was Isaiah Bowman. (30)

    The Inquiry had been in existence less than three months when it received an urgent message from the White House to complete its mission. The Inquiry was asked to produce its formulation of American Policy immediately. On 8 January 1917 Wilson assembled a joint session of Congress. He presented his Fourteen Points. They were designed to appeal directly to the people of Europe, over the heads of their government. The 14 Points were drafted by members of the Inquiry. The members of the Inquiry became charter members of the Council on Foreign Relations. The 14 Points were an abysmal failure. Many of the best were traded off at the Paris Peace conference to insure the successful acceptance of the League of Nations. The League of Nations made it through the Paris Peace Conference. The American people objected to the League of Nations because they didn't want other nations deciding whether or not to send American citizens to war. The senate turned down the League of Nations. But, the American Round Table Group had established three of its four pet projects, a graduated income tax, a central bank, creation of a CIA ( the Inquiry ). (31)

    The American and British Round Table groups were the secret society's back bone. By 1914 (the beginning of World War I) there were secret Round Table Groups established in seven countries: 1. England, 2. the United States, 3. South Africa, 4. Canada, 5. Australia, 6. New Zealand and 7. India. In 1919 (after the Paris Peace Conference) the seven Round Table Groups were formally established as the Institute of International Affairs at a meeting held at the
    Majestic Hotel in Paris on March 19, 1919.
    The meeting was hosted by Edward Mandell House
    (Huis). In 1920 the American Group broke off from the other six groups because of anti-British feelings in America caused by the War. The American Institute took the cryptic name
    the Council on Foreign Relations. The other six groups became the Royal Institute of International Affairs, with a central headquarters at Chatham house in England. Between 1919-1928 other Groups would establish their own Institute of International Affairs headquarters. The Canadian Group became the Canadian Institute of International Affairs in 1928. Canadian Institute of International Affairs (CIIA) headquarters are at 15 King's College Circle, Toronto, ON M5S V9 (416) 979-1851 and 31 Wellesley Street, Toronto M4Y 1G9, Canada.

    The semi-secret groups opened headquarters, held meetings, and published a quarterly magazine, The Round Table, to which all groups contributed. The groups kept in touch by personal correspondence, frequent visits, and through their quarterly magazine. Membership was by invitation only. But anyone could purchase a copy of the groups magazine, many influential non-members did. The stated purpose of the semi-secret organization was to study the international aspects of political, economic, and strategic problems; carry out research projects advised by study groups of selected leaders in education, public service, business and media; and operate international affairs fellowship programs. The unstated purpose of the groups centered on Cecil Rhodes desire to federate the English speaking peoples and to bring all the habitable portions of the world under their control. It was for this purpose Rhodes left part of his great fortune to found the Rhodes Scholarships at Oxford. It was for this purpose the Round Table Groups were established. Another function of the international network of Round Table Groups was to gather intelligence information and carry out well planned covert operations to further Round Table group aims.

    Members of the British and American Round Table groups worked their way into influential posts in the government, financial institutions, academia, publishing industries, the law, and the military establishment. The same pattern took place in other nations as more secret Round Table Groups were established. The Rhodes-Milner groups power and influence in British Affairs was in large part achieved by this groups domination of the Times and numerous other papers and journals from 1890 on. They also established numerous university chairs of imperial affairs and international relations including: the Beit Chairs of Oxford, the Montague Burton chair at Oxford, the Rhodes chair at London, the Stevenson Chair at Chatham House, the Wilson Chair at Aberystwyth. An alliance was established between the Morgan Bank in New York and a group of international Financiers in London led by Lazard Brothers. Lord Milner became the director of several banks including the London Joint Stock Bank which would become Midland Bank. Milner became one of the greatest political and financial powers in England. He used his power to place Round Table members in strategic positions that included the editorship of the Times, editorship of the Observer, the managing directorship of Lazard Brothers, various administrative posts. The administrative posts included Cabinet positions in the British State Department, and appointments to key positions in the British Secret Service. Between the 1880 and 1940 The Rhodes-Milner groups power and influence in American Affairs was achieved in the same way -- through domination of the press, control of the University System, and placing Round Table members in key State Department positions, and in key Intelligence positions.

    In 1925 the secret nuclei of the Institutes of International Affairs was extended again. Twelve independent national councils holding territory in the Pacific Area were established. The councils were called the Institute of Pacific Relations. An Institute of Pacific Relations was established in an interlocking fashion with each of the seven existing Round Table group Institute of International Affairs (Britain, US, South Africa, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and India). An Institute of Pacific Relations was established in five additional countries 1. China, 2. Japan, 3. France, 4. the Netherlands,
    5. the Soviet Union. Over the years several Round Table groups whose membership included individuals from Round Table Groups from different nations were established. The two best known organizations are the DeBilderberger group (established 1954 - Headquarters at 1 Smidswater, Den Haag, Netherlands - annual conferences initiated 1954), and the Trilateral Commission (established 1973 by David Rockefeller, members are individuals from the USA and in countries including Canada, Australia, Japan, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany (with members of the CDU), Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway and UK).
    Folge: Teil 5

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    By 1928 the American Round Table branch included men associated with the New York banking industry, various prestigious Universities, and a number of Wall Street law firms. The Council on Foreign Relations gained influence throughout the University system by making large academic endowments deposited in and administered by Council controlled banks. The endowments were directed by other Council members who worked at Universities including Columbia, Yale, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Wesleyan, Princeton, and Brown. Council controlled Wall Street Law Firms handled the legal matters of banks, businesses, foundations, and academic endowments run by Council members. These law firms included 1. Mann and Parsons; 2. Root and Strahan; 3. Davis, Polk, Wardwell; 4. Carter, Hughes, and Cravath; 5. Cravath and Huston; 6. Guthrie, Cravath and Henderson; 7. Sullivan and Cromwell; 8. Cravath, de Gersdorff, Swain and Wood; 9. Strong and Cadwalader; 10. Cadwalader, Wickersham, and Taft; 11. Evarts, Choate, and Beaman; 12. Davis, Poke, Wardwell, Gardiner, Reed; 13. Midland, Tweed, Hope, Hadley, McCloy; 14. Stone and Webster.(32)

    Many Council officers and directors included bankers, academicians, and lawyers closely associated with J.P. Morgan and Company. J. P. Morgan and Company had headquarters in New York and local branches in Boston, Philadelphia, and Cleveland. The Morgan banking network was made available to the Council on Foreign Relations. Many Council matters were handled by Council members at different Morgan locations. Belonging to this group were the Council President John W. Davis; council Vice President Paul Cravath; and ten of thirteen council directors (1. Owen D. Young, 2. Russell C. Leffingwell, 3. Norman Davis, 4. Allen Dulles, 5. George W. Wickersham, 6. Frank L. Polk, 7. Whitney Shepardson, 8. Isaiah Bowman, 9. Stephen Duggan, and 10. Otto Kahn). The American "Round Table" Institute of International Affairs (aka the Council on Foreign Relations), was publicly referred to by the vague and ambiguous term the American "northeastern establishment."

    In 1928 Council on Foreign Relation members who were bankers included: 1. John W. Davis Morgan Associate ], 2. Paul Cravath Morgan Associate ], 3. Russell C. Leffingwell ( Senior Partner Morgan and Company, 4. Norman Davis Morgan Associate ], 5. Thomas Lamont Morgan Associate ], 6. Otto Kahn Kuhn, Loeb & Company ].

    In 1928 Council members belonging to Wall Street law firms included: 1. Eliahum Root Mann and Parsons and Root and Strahan ], 2. John W. Davis Davis, Polk, Wardwell ], 3. Paul D. Cravath Carter, Hughes, and Cravath; Cravath and Huston], 4. Russell Leffingwell Guthrie, Cravath and Henderson ], 5. John Dulles Sullivan and Cromwell ], 6. Allen Dulles Sullivan and Cromwell ], 7. George W. Wickersham Strong and Cadwalader; Cadwalader, Wickersham, and Taft; Attorney General the US ], 8. Frank L. Polk Evarts, Choate, and Beaman (1897); Davis, Poke, Wardwell, Gardiner, Reed (1920)], 9. Arthur H. Dean, 10. Philip D. Reed Pennie, Davis, Marvin and Edmonds (1921-22); Law Department General Electric Company ], 11. John J. McCloy Cadwalader, Wickersham and Taft (1921-25); Cravath, de Gersdorff, Swain and Wood (1925-40) ; Midland, Tweed, Hope, Hadley, McCloy (1920-40) ] 12. Owen D. Young Charles Taylor of Boston, and Stone and Webster ], 13. Norman H. Davis.

    In 1928 Council members within the academic community who controlled large endowments included: 1. James T. Shotwell member the Inquiry. Columbia University Director Carnegie Endowment's Division of Economics and History (1924), President Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (1949) ], 2. Charles Seymour member the Inquiry, President Yale University ], 3. Joseph P. Chamberline Columbia University Law School Professor - Director Legislative Drafting Research Fund (1918-1951) ], 4. Philip Jessup, 5. Isaiah Bowman member the Inquiry, Director of the American Geographical Society (1915), President Johns Hopkins University (1935) ], 6. Philip Moseley Columbia Univ. Professor International Relations Founder of Russian Institute ], 7. Grayson L. Kirk Columbia Univ,. Director Institute of European Studies ], 8. Henry M. Wriston Wesleyan U. Endowment Fund (1919 $3,000,000), President Brown University ], 9. Stephen Duggan Professor Political Science, College City of New York, Director Institute of International Education (1919-46) ], 10. Nicholas Murry Butler president Columbia University ], 11. Abraham Flexner Johns Hopkins - established the Institute for Advanced Study Princeton (1928) Director (1930-39) ] 12. Harold Dodds President Princeton University (1933) ]. (33)

    All Souls College at Oxford, and the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, where established by the English and American Round Table groups to conduct and coordinate Round Table research and development projects. The Council on Foreign Relations established the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton in 1928. The acronym for the Institute is IASP ( pronounced I-asp). An asp is a poisonous snake, such as cobra (serpent of the hood), whose name is derived from the Greek word "aspis" meaning "in the shape of a hood." John Oppenheimer, John von Neumann, and Council on Foreign Relations member George Kennan were only a few famous men who worked for the Institute of Advanced Study at Princeton. The Foreign Nationalities Branch of the Intelligence Directorate of the Office of Strategic Services was founded by veteran diplomats John C. Wiley and Dewitt C. Poole. Poole had been director of Princeton's School of Public Affairs and a member of the nearby Institute for Advanced Study. All Souls College and the Institute for Advanced Study provided Round Table Controlled Intelligence Organizations with excellent cover for their intelligence gatherers. Abraham Flexner organized The Institute for Advanced Study in 1928. Flexner was a member of the J.P. Morgan influenced Council on Foreign Relations; worked for the Carnegie Foundation; Rockefeller's General Education Board; and served as a Rhodes Memorial Lecturer at Oxford Universities All Souls College. Flexner worked with Tom Jones, an active member of the London Round Table group at All Souls College, the Round Table Groups chief headquarters in England. Flexner and Jones based the plans for the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton upon All Souls College. All Souls College and the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton were but a small part of the preparations of a power structure established between London and New York Round Table Groups. Abraham Flexner, member of the Council on Foreign Relations would be the director of IASP from 1930-1939. (34)

    The Council on Foreign Relations exerted much of its influence through control of the American Press. Control came through outright purchase or establishment of a number of Newspapers including the New York Times, the New York Herald Tribune, the Washington Post, the Boston Evening Transcript, the Evening Post, and the New Republic. Control came by placing Council members on staff as Newspaper Reporters. Charter members of the Anglo/American Round Table Institute of International Affairs Walter Lippmann, Thomas W. Lamont had close ties to the British press, and worked for both British and American intelligence organizations. These papers were part of the Round Table groups propaganda delivery system. Council members would print carefully scripted psycho-political scenarios designed to influence different groups of Americans and people throughout the whole world and trick them into acting in ways that would further Round Table aims. (e.g. Attack on the WTC 9-11 and War against Terr*risme.)

    Sometimes a successful deception would be discovered, in which case the reputation and future of the newspaper would be completely destroyed. Sometimes members of this group would infiltrate successful newspapers and destroy them on purpose. Council influence has extended to all types of mass media operations including radio and TV. A partial list of media organizations influenced or controlled by the Council on Foreign Relations today includes: Central Broadcasting System, National Broadcasting Corporation, RCA, American Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)*, Cable News Network, Public Broadcast Service, Associated Press, U.P.I., Reuters, Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times Syndicate, Baltimore Sun, Chicago Sun Times, Minneapolis Starr/Tribune, Houston Post, New York Times Company, Time Inc., Newsweek/Washington Post, Dow Jones & Company, and the National Review. *(NB ABC-Interview with Shamil Basajew).

    Psychological operations, were coordinated by a Governmental agency called the Psychological Strategy Board. The architect of the Psychological Strategy Board was Gordon Gray. Gray had a consultant named Henry Kissinger. Kissinger was the paid political consultant to the Rockefeller family. Gordon Gray, Henry Kissinger, and many members of the Rockefeller family belonged the Council on Foreign Relations. On Thursday 26 July 1951, President Truman would tell the press that the Psychological Strategy board was a part of the Central Intelligence Agency. (35)

    In the book 1984 Big Brother controlled the people by invading their privacy and using psychological manipulation to control and change reality through conscious deception, deliberate lying, and an official ideology that abounded in contradictions. Council on Foreign Relations and Royal Institute of International Affairs members employed the same techniques to control people -- including their fellow countrymen.

    Hadley Cantril and Lloyd Free were Princeton University Social Psychologists; researchers; and members of the intelligence community. Council on Foreign Relations Member Nelson Rockefeller funded them to develop psycho-political policy strategies and techniques. Council on Foreign Relations Member Edward R. Murrow, would, with Rockefeller Foundation Funding conduct a research project to perform a systematic analysis of Nazi radio propaganda techniques and the political use of radio. This study would result in a world wide monitoring and broadcasting Government agency called the Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service (FBIS).

    The FBIS would become the United States Information Agency (USIA). The USIA was established to achieve US foreign policy by influencing public attitude at home and abroad using psycho-political policy strategies. The USIA Office of Research and reference service prepares data on psychological factors and propaganda problems considered by the Policy Planning Board in formulating psycho-political information policies for the National Security Council.

    The Psychological Strategy Board became the Operations Coordinating Board (OCB). The Operations Coordinating Board was a renamed superpowered Psychological Strategy Board. The Operations Coordinating Board had more members than the Psychological Strategy board. The Operations Coordinating Board had the same mission. The Operations Coordinating Board would use psychological strategy, propaganda, and mass media, to manipulate huge groups of individuals. The Operations Coordinating Board had a propaganda machine -- the United States Information Agency at its disposal. The USIA would be responsible for foreign policy propaganda for the National Security Council.

    The National Security Council is responsible for recommending national security policy. The President of the United States is responsible for having the policy approved. The Operations Coordinating Board was responsible for coordinating interdepartmental aspects of detailed operational plans to insure timely and coordinated execution of the policy plans.

    The national security policy recommended by the National Security Council is the de facto foreign policy of the United States of America. The policy was scripted for the National Security Council by men who worked in the Department of State for the Policy Planning Board. The USIA Office of Research and Reference service would prepare data on psychological factors and propaganda problems which would be considered by the Policy Planning Board in formulating psycho-political information policies for the National Security Council. In 1955 the Director of the USIA became a voting member of the Operations Coordinating board; USIA representatives were invited to attend meetings of the National Security Council Planning Board; and the USIA Director was invited to Cabinet meetings. (36)

    The Council on Foreign Relations began to take control of the Department of State on September 12, 1939. On that day Hamilton Fish Armstrong, Editor of Foreign Affairs, and Walter H. Mallory, Executive Director of the Council on Foreign Relations paid a visit to the State Department. The Council offered such aid as might be useful and appropriate in view of the outbreak of the war in Europe. The Council proposed to form groups of experts to proceed with research in four general areas; Security, Armaments, Economic and Financial Problems, Political Problems, and Territorial Problems. From 1939-1945 Hamilton Fish Armstrong was an Executive director of a Council on Foreign Relations project called The War and Peace Studies. The wartime work of the Council was confidential. (37)

    In February 1941, the relationship between the Council and the Department of State changed. The CFR officially took control of the State Department. The Department of State established a special division, the Division of Special Research. It was organized just like the Council on Foreign Relations War and Peace Studies group. It was divided into Economic, Political, Territorial and Security Sections. The Research Secretaries serving with the Council groups were hired by the State Department to work in the new division. These men also were permitted to continue serving as Research Secretaries to their respective Council groups. Leo Pasvolsky was appointed Director of Research.(38)

    In 1942 the relationship between the Department of State and the Council on Foreign Relations was strengthened again. The Department organized an Advisory Committee on Postwar Foreign Policies. The Chairman was Secretary Cordell Hull, the vice chairman was Under Secretary Sumner Wells, Dr. Leo Pasvolsky ( director of the Division of Special Research) was appointed its Executive Officer. Several experts were brought in from outside the Department. The outside experts were Council on Foreign Relations members War and Peace Studies group; Hamilton Fish Armstrong, Isaiah Bowman, Benjamin V. Cohen, Norman H. Davis, and James T. Shotwell.(39)

    In total there were 362 meetings held during the operation of the War and Peace Studies group. The meetings were held at the Harold Pratt house in New York City. The Harold Pratt house is at Fifty-Eight East Sixty-Eighth Street, and is the Council on Foreign Relations headquarters.

    "Tactics of deception" are formalized psychological warfare techniques. Tactics of deception build a psychological environment that differs from the material environment (i.e. they are used to create false reality worlds for people, such as War against Terr*rism, to start war against foreign countries and control the own population by Laws such as Patriots Act, etc.). In terms of perceptual psychology, tactics of deception attempt to provoke illusory percepts. There are three basic rules that must be followed for the deception to influence behavior. First, the deception must be "reasonable"; second there must be no simple way of checking what the facts in the case really are; and third the use of deception should not discredit a source which may have valuable future potential. (40) The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor caused about 2700 victims (civilians and military staff). All new ships of the US-Navy had been withdrawn before the attack. The attack by surprise was the created justification for the USA to enter into World War II.

    Und kurzer Schluss zur Vergangenheit folgt als Teil 6

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    und nun noch ein paar Referenzen:


    An illusionist uses misdirection and sleight of hand to manipulate their audience into believing they are seeing one thing when in fact they are seeing nothing of the sort. Magicians are forever sawing people in half and putting them back together again. Magicians perform their misdirection and sleight of hand to baffle and amuse their audience.

    The Council on Foreign Relations uses misdirection and sleight of mind techniques to effectively manipulate people into believing they are seeing one thing when in fact they are seeing nothing of the sort. Men driven by greed and personal gain; men who controlled the banks, industry, the media, and the military; men who could profit from war more easily then they could profit from peace; men not loyal to their country but loyal to a group called the Council on Foreign Relations would use sleight of mind techniques, not to baffle and amuse, but to profit at their fellows expense, and to trick people at home and abroad to accept the beliefs of a small group of amoral, unethical, characterless inhuman beings.

    1Addresses: The Council On Foreign Relations 58 E. 68th Street, NY, NY, 10021, 212-734-0400; England's Royal Institute of International Affairs -Chatham House, 10 St. James' Square, London, SW1Y 4LE, UK - 930-2233 Tx RIIA 89669 - Founded 1919; Canada's Canadian Institute of International Affairs CIIA - 15 King's College Circle, Toronto, ON M5S V9 (416) 979-1851 & 31 Wellesley Street, Toronto M4Y 1G9, Canada Founded 1928; the Netherlands Institute of International Affairs (Alexanderstraat 2, 2514 JL Den Hagg, Netherlands phone (070) 46 64 29 - Founded 1945; the European DeBilderberger Group ( 1 Smidswater, Den Haag, Netherlands, phone (070) 45 21 21 - annual conferences initiated 1954; and the American Trilateral Commission 345 East 46th Street, New York NY, 10017, USA phone 212-616-1180 - Founded 1973 members are individuals from the USA and in countries including Canada, Australia, Japan, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway and UK.
    37 The War and Peace Studies of The Council On Foreign Relations 1939-1945, The Harold Pratt House 58th E. 68th Street, NY, 1946, pg. 2-3 Appendix A (pgs. 19-24) lists the personnel and dates of service of the War and Peace Studies group members as: Steering Committee Officer -- Norman H. Davis, Chairman (12/39-4/44); Isaiah Bowman, (12/39 (made chairman)-3/45); Hamilton Fish Armstrong, Vice Chairman, (12/39-9/45); Walter H. Mallory, Secretary (12/39-9/45); Paul F. Jones,Administrative Secretary, (1/40-11/40); Francis P. Miller, Administrative Secretary, (12/40-02/42); Dwight E. Lee,,Administrative Secretary, (09/42-09/43); Julius W. Pratt,,Administrative Secretary, (09/43-09/44); Richard C. Snyder, Administrative Secretary, (10/44-02/45); William Edwin Diez, Administrative Secretary, (03/45-09/45); Steering Committee Members -- Hanson W. Baldwin (07/40-09/45), Isaiah Bowman (12/39-Chairman 03/45); Allen W. Dulles (12/39-12/43); Carter Goodrich (08/42-09/45); Alvin H. Hansen (12/39-09/45); Whitney H. Shepardson, (12/39-06/42); Jacob Viner, (12/39-09/45); Edward P. Warner, (01/44-09/45); Henry M. Wriston, (06/42-09/45); Security And Armaments Group Rapporteurs Allen W. Dulles, Rapporteur (02/40-06/40) & Joint Rapporteur (07/40-12/43); Hanson W. Baldwin, Joint Rapporteur (07/40-09/45); Edward P. Warner,Joint Rapporteur (01/44-09/45); Security And Armaments Group Research Secretaries -- William M. Franklin (02/40-05/41); Grayson Kirk (06/41-09/45);
    Security And Armaments Group Members -- Brig. General Thomas J. Betts (07/40-12/43); Maj. Gen. Clayton Bissell (01/44-0945); Rear Ad. Ralph Davison (07/41-12/43); Edward M. Earle (03/45-09/45); Maj. George Fielding Eliot (02/41-09/45); Joseph C. Green (11/43-09/45); Brig. Gen. Haywood S. Hansell (07/41-07/42); Stacy May (07/40-02/45); Maj Gen. Frank R. McCoy(04/40-09/45); Col. James F. Olive (02/43-02/44); Adm William V. Pratt,Ret. (04/41-02/45); David N. Rowe (03/45-09/45); Capt. Richard W. Ruble (11/43-05/45); Harold F. Sheets (07/42-09/45); Harold Sprout (02/44-09/45); Adm. William H. Standley, Ret. (02/40-11/40); Maj. Gen. George V. Strong (07/44-09/45); Edward P. Warner(02/40-11/44); Brig. Gen. John Weckerling (01/44-09/45); Hugh R. Wilson (02/41-11/42); Theodore P. Wright (02/41-09/45); Economic and Financial Group Rapporteurs Alvin H. Hansen, Joint Rapporteur (02/40-09/45), Jacob Viner, Joint Rapporteur (02/40-09/45); Economic and Financial Group Research Secretaries Arthur R. Upgren (02/40-07/40); William Diebold Jr. (08/40-09/43); Arthur D. Gayer (10/43-09/45); Economic and Financial Group Members -- Percy W. Bidwell (02/40-09/45); Edwin F. Chinlund (11/43-09/45); Benjamin V. Cohen (09/41-09/45); Lauchlin Currie (02/43-09/45); Ralph E. Flanders (07/42-11/40); Heman Greenwood (03/45-09/45); Leon Fraser (02/40-11(40); Calvin B. Hoover (01/44-09/45); Winfield W. Riefler (02/40-03/42); William H. Schubart (07/42-12/44); Harold F. Sheets (02/40-05/42); Allan Sproul (02/41-12/43); Eugene Staley (02/40-09/45); Arthur R. Upgren (07/40-09/45); Jacob Viner (02/40-09/45); John H. Williams (02/40-11/40); Political Group Rapporteurs Whitney H. Shepardson (02/40-06/42); Henry M Wriston & Carter Goodrich Joint-Rapporteurs (08/42-09/45); Political Group Research Scientists Walter Langsam (02/40-02/41); Walter R. Sharp (02/41-09/45); Political Group Members Frank Altschul (03/45-09/45); Hamilton Fish Armstrong (02/40-09/45); James P. Baxter III (11/43-02/45); Charles W. Cole (03/45-09/45); John Foster Dulles (02/40-09/40); Maj. George Fielding Eliot (02/40-09/45); Thomas K. Finletter (03/45-09/45); Carter Goodrich (09/41-became Joint Rapporteur 08/42); William Langer ( 03/45-09/45); Owen Lattimore (03/45-09/45); Dwight E. Lee (03/45-09/45); Francis P. Miller (05/40-05/43); Philip E. Mosely (09/42-02/45); Lindsay Rodgers (02/41-09/45); David N. Rowe (11/43-02/45); James T Shotwell (02/40-02/43); Arthur Sweetser (02/41-09/45); Payson S. Wild (03/43-09/45); Henry M. Wriston (05/40-became Rapporteur 07/42); Territorial Group Rapporteur Isaiah Bowman (02/40-02/45); Territorial Group Research Secretaries Philip E. Mosely (03/40-09/41 & 08/42-02/45); William P. Maddox (09/41-06/42); Territorial Group Members Hamilton Fish Armstrong (02/40-02/45); H. Foster Bain (02/44-02/45); Charles H. Behre, Jr., (06/42-02/45); Charles W. Cole (05/42-02/45); John C. Cooper, Jr., (02/40-11/40); Rupert Emerson (05/43-02/45); A. Whitney Griswold (09/41-01/42); John Gunther (02/41-08/41); Bruce C. Hopper (02/40-02/45); Owen Lattimore (04/40-02/45); Frank W. Notestein (11/43-02/45); Walter H. Voskuil (09/43-02/45); William L. Westermann (02/40-02/45); Peace and Aims Group Chairman Hamilton Fish Armstrong (06/41-02/45); Peace and Aims Group Research Secretaries Philip E. Mosely (06/41-09/41); Mose L. Harvey (11/41-05/42); Dwight E. Lee (09/42-02/45); Peace and Aims Group Members Jay Allen (11/41-09/42); Frank Altschu (06/41-02/45); Percy W. Bidwell (06/41-02/45); Crane Brinton (09/42-12/42); Allen W. Dulles (06/41-02/45); Frank D. Graham (10/43-02/45); John Gunther (06/41-11/45); Bruce C. Hopper (06/41-02/45); Tracy B. Kittredge (06/41-04/42); William L. Langer (06/41-02/45); James G. McDonald (06/41-02/45); Philip E. Mosely (09/41-02/45); Winfield W. Riefler (06/41-02/45); Lindsay Rodgers (06/41-02/45); Whitney H. Shepardson (06/41-02/45); William L. Shirer (10/43-02/45); George N. Shuster (06/41-02/45); Oscar C. Stine (06/41-02/45); Arthur Sweetser (09/42-02/45); Max W. Thornburg (06/41-11/41); Jacob Viner (10/42-03/43); John K. Wright (11/42-02/45).

    38 The War and Peace Studies of The Council On Foreign Relations 1939-1945, The Harold Pratt House 58th E. 68th Street, NY, 1946, pg. 6
    39 The War and Peace Studies of The Council On Foreign Relations 1939-1945, The Harold Pratt House 58th E. 68th Street, NY, 1946, pg. 6
    40 Pollock, Daniel C Project Director & Editors De Mclaurin,Ronald, Rosenthal, Carl F., Skillings, Sarah A., The Art and Science of Psychological Operations: Case Studies of Military Application Volume One, Pamphlet No. 725-7-2, DA Pam 525-7-2, Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC, 1 April 1976 Vol 2 pg 760 Tactics of Deception In Psychological Operations by Robert I Holt and Robert W. Van De Velde; Excerpts from Strategy Psychological Operations and American Foreign Policy, the University of Chicago Press, 1960 pp. 33-35; Second Impression 1964.

    Man moege mir nachsehen, dies nicht uebersetzt zu haben.

    Es bezieht sich alles auf die Zeit bis zum 2. Weltkrieg - mit Ausnahme einer Nebenbemerkung auf Deutsch.

    Interessant wird jedoch die HEUTIGE Zeit, d.h. die Zeit ab 1989

    Aber bereits die Namen der Stiftungen, Agenturen, etc. die hier benannt sind, sind verschiedentlich auch inzwischen in Moskau etabliert.

    Insofern hat Praesident Putin vollkommen recht, die NGOs unter verschaerfte Kontrolle zu stellen - aber eben nicht nur die NGOs, sondern auch Banken und andere Firmen, Professoren und sonstige, eben alle, die eine Verbindung zum CFR oder zum RIIA haben koennten !

    Deutschland ist laengst verloren - aber vielleicht ist Russland noch zu retten.



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    Die juengsten PSYOPS des CFR

    Psychologische Kriegsfuehrung muss sich nicht ausschliesslich auf die Medien beschraenken, es werden Fakten geschaffen, die hernach medial genutzt werden.

    Nachstend benannte Bestandteile psychologischer Kriegsfuehrung sind (ohne Anspruch auf Vollstaendigkeit) und werden in der naechsten Zeit noch mit Details unterlegt. Harte Beweise sind jedoch zumeist erst nach Abschluss einer Aktion erhaeltlich.

    1. Gasstreit Russland - Ukraine zwecks Diskreditierung Russlands
    (Zweck: Entzweiung Russland-Ukraine und Diskreditierung der
    Ostseepipeline und Russlands als Energielieferant)

    2. Proteste Polens und der Balitschen Staaten gegen die Erdgaspipeline
    durch die Ostsee (zwecks Abhaengigkeit von US-genehmen Laendern)

    3. Open Letter to President Putin - unterzeichnet von 150 Politikern
    (Zweck: Freilassung von Strohmann Chodorkovski + Sibirische Oelfelder,
    Nachweis liegt vor, Brief im CFR aufgesetzt worden)

    4. Interview mit Shamil Bassajew ueber Sender ABC ausgestrahlt
    (ABC gehoert zu den eindeutig CFR-dominierten Sendern)

    5. Attentatauf die Schule N° 1 in Beslan durch Shamil Basajew
    (Zweck: Sturz/Ruecktritt Praesident Putins zwecks Machtuebernahme
    Russlands durch den CFR mittels genehmer Marionettenregierung)

    6. Orangene Revolution in der Ukraine mit Machtuebernahme durch die
    Marionette Juschtschenko (Timoschenko's Rolle ist nocht nicht klar)
    (Nachweise ueber die CFR-gemachte "Revolution" liegen vor.)

    und Georgien, etc. und vieles andere mehr -

    aber auch dem Anschein nach IRAN als Gas- und Erdoel-reiches Land wegen angeblicher atomarer Aufrüstung unter aehnlichem Vorwand wie im Irak mit den nicht vorhandenen "Massenvernichtungswaffen" aber reich an Oel.
    Jugoslawien-Krieg zwecks Bau der Pipeline vom Schwarzen Meer an die Adria.

    Anschlag auf das World Trade Center in New York am 11.9.2001 und dem nachfolgenden angeblichen "Krieg gegen den Terr*r" zwecks Besetzung Afghanistans wegen der Pipeline, Krieg gegen den Irak wegen der Erdoelvorkommen - sowie Einschraenkung der Buergerrechte in den USA - aber auch Pressezenszur in Deutschland (ab November 2001).

    Das Ausmass der durch den CFR ersonnenen kriegerischen Massnahmen gegen den Rest der teilweise noch freien Staaten der Welt ist nahezu unvorstellbar.

    Gemessen an der Zahl der Opfer an Menschenleben erscheint dem CFR der Profit wichtiger.

    Opfer:
    WTC 3000
    Irak 2000 auf US-Seite, auf irakischer Seite ?
    Beslan 300
    Moskau ueber 140
    Tschetschenienkrieg ?
    Jugoslawienkrieg ?


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    Die Deutschen sind die Allerschlauesten ? ? ?

    In Anbetracht all der Offenlegungen, die bis jetzt vorangegangen sind, und der Dinge, die mir bekannt sind, aber noch mit Material unterlegt werden muessen, plaediere ich fuer einen


    Ausschluss Grossbritaniens aus der Europaeischen Gemeinschaft.


    Ausserdem ist zuwider permanenter Propaganda Amerika nicht der Verbuendete der "BRD", sondern


    die USA sind terr*ristisch-krimineller Gegner jeden freien Landes der Erde.


    Zwar nehmen die USA dabei nur die Rolle des ausfuehrenden Organs fuer eine Handvoll krimineller Subjekte wahr, Tatsache bleibt jedoch, dass exekutiv die CIA vollstreckende Funktion hat, dass die Think Tanks des Ultra-Kapitals die Plaene der Unterwerfung der Welt aushecken - und ein Bush, der ebenfalls Mitglied des CFR ist, seinen Segen dazu gibt.

    In der "BRD" hat trotz knappester Kassen die Kanzlerin Merkel dem Bush bereits vermehrte Unterstuetzung im Irak zugesagt - was aufgrund der Verbindung des Council on German Relations, dem untergeordnet die Atlantik Bruecke e.V. ist und in weiterer Rangfolge die CDU und FDP, nicht weiter ausbleiben konnte.

    Nur dem Deutschen Michel ist wohl schon in der Vorzeit der Pisa-Studie das Vermoegen jeglichen Verstehens abhanden gekommen. 60 Jahre permanente Gehirnwaesche sind nicht ohne Folgen geblieben. Wer bis hierher nicht verstanden haben sollte, dass mit ALLEN Mitteln durch den CFR in die Irre gefuehrt wurde - dem ist nicht zu helfen - und dem soll auch nicht geholfen werden.


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    Rumpelstilz1 ist der Allerschlaueste ! ! !

    Sehr geehrter Herr der Dokumente,

    dankenswerter Weise lassen Sie uns an ihrer Archivarbeit und Kombinationsfaehigkeit teilnehmen. Auch dankenswerter Weise kommen Sie allmaehlich auf den Punkt.

    Uns deutsche Michel, seit 60 Jahren permanent Gehirngewaschen, beherrscht das Council on German Relations, die Atlantik Bruecke e.V. und in weiterer Rangfolge die CDU und FDP.

    Eine Handvoll krimineller Subjekte, wohnhaft im ausfuehrenden Organ USA, sind mittels CIA und den Think Tanks des Ultra-Kapitals die terr*ristischen Gegner jeden freien Landes der Erde. Mit dem Segen eines vom CFR gesteuerten Bush hecken die kriminellen Subjekte Plaene zur Unterwerfung der Welt aus.

    Neben dem Ausschluss Grossbritanniens aus der Europaeischen Gemeinschaft plaedieren Sie fuer eine Offenlegung weiterer Materialien ueber Dinge, die Ihnen bekannt sind. Laut Pisa-Studie scheint den Deutschen das Vermoegen jeglichen Verstehens abhanden gekommen.

    Folgerichtig schliessen Sie daraus, dass es Personen geben muss, die bis hierher nicht verstanden haben, dass mit ALLEN Mitteln durch den CFR in die Irre gefuehrt wird. Wie gross auch immer deren Anzahl ist, denen ist nicht zu helfen - und denen soll auch nicht geholfen werden.



    Zu denjenigen will natuerlich niemand gehoeren, und so bemuehe ich mich, Ihnen klar zu machen, was ich bisher verstanden haben. Es waere doch schade, wenn Sie mangels erkennender Subjekte ihren Informations-Service einstellten.

    Herrschaft ist eine den Anthropoiden immanente Handlungsweise. Seit Millionen von Jahren hecken deren Gehirne Plaene zur Weltbeherrschung aus. Wie indische Tempelaffen beweisen, fuehrt der Entzug von unmittelbaren Fresszwaengen zur Verrohung der Sitten. Wie unsere Geschichte beweist, ist Zivilisierung und Demokratisierung gleichsam Medizin und Gift. Mit Einstein kam auch der Holocaust zur Welt.

    Der russische Genius der zwanziger Jahre bekannte sich, fuer alle Planetarier offensichtlich, zur Weltrevolution, also zur Beherrschung der Welt. Dankenswerterweise erloeste uns inzwischen das groesste Land der Erde von dem Unsinn einer monopolaren Welt.

    Herrschaft funktioniert nur wenn die Beherrschten an sie glauben. Herrschaft ist demnach eine PsyOp, eine fingierte Implantation informationeller Systeme. Erst bekam jeder Herrschaftsbereich einen separaten Gott, seit Entstehung des Monotheismus reicht einer fuer alles.

    Es klafft also zwischen den zeitgenoessischen Interpretationen von Herrschaft und denen von spaeteren Historikern notgedrungen immer eine riesige Luecke. Keine Gemeinschaft von Menschen versteht im Detail, wie sie in Echtzeit von wenigen verarscht wird.

    'Freie Laender' kann es unter diesen Umstaenden nicht geben. Eine von wenigen beherrschte Welt kann es bisher auch nicht geben. Klar ist, dass es hunderte von Gruppen gibt, die das versuchen. Klar ist auch, dass die erfolgreichsten dieser Gruppen derzeit aus den USA heraus operieren.

    Dass die Mehrheit der Menschheit das nicht einsehen will, liegt nicht daran, dass alle Gebildeten bloede sondern dass die PsyOps so intelligibel sind.

    Waere ich fuer den CFR unterwegs, wuerde ich dafuer sorgen, dass es Subjekte gibt, die das CFR erkennen - aber nur in grob ueberzeichneten Dimensionen. Dazu bedarf es kritischer und informationsbewusster Menschen, die unter emotionalem Druck stehen. Menschen, deren herausragender Intellekt von Hass infiziert ist. Die lassen sich leicht als Spinner und Verschwoerungsparanoiker isolieren, bei Bedarf kriminalisieren und zur Not liquidieren.

    Sie, lieber Herr Rumpelstilz, sind ein Maulwurf, der sich an die Zentren von Herrschaft heranbuddelt. Passen Sie auf, dass Ihnen nichts passiert, und behalten Sie bitte Ihren Erkenntnishunger. Bitte, bitte veroeffentlichen Sie weiter Ihre Erkenntnisse und bitte, bitte, bitte versuchen Sie Ihren Hass und Zorn zu baendigen. Damit rutschen Sie auf dem Glatteis der Arroganz aus, zu dem Sie Ihr klarer Verstand verleiten muss.

    Es ist bitter zu erkennen wie hart-brutal-real die Evolution operiert. Mit anderen darueber zu kommunzieren, bedarf dennoch der klaren Analyse; und nicht der selbsteitlen Publikumsbeschimpfung. Sie verunmoeglichen damit, was sie eigentlich wollen: aufklaerende breitenwirksame Oeffnung der Augen in den verschleiernden Nebeln der medialen Bewusstseinsindustrie.

    Waere doch schade, wenn zukuenftige Generationen urteilen muessten, dass die revolutionaere Aufklaerung a là Rumpelstilz1 Ergebnis Think-Tank-gesteuerter Falschinformationen war. Stimmte das, was sie teilweise verbreiten, waeren Sie laengst tot.

    Mit hoffentlich konstruktiv-kritischem Respekt fuer Ihren Mut, Julius

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    Oeffentliches darf ja veroeffentlicht werden

    Die Atlintik-Bruecke e.V.

    und ihr uebergeordnet

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    uebrigens, faellt mir gerade so ein:

    Mitglieder der Trilateral Commission

    Otto Graf Lambsdorff (TC)

    Volker Ruehe (TC)

    Helmut Kohl (deBilderbg)

    die Namen blieben mir gerade so im Gedaechtnis bei dem Durchlesen der Namensliste der Mitglieder (ist aber unvollstaendig, wie gesagt aus Erinnerung) der/des
    Scull & Bones / Council on Foreign Relations / Trilateral Commission / DeBilderberger
    vobei der Council on German Relations eine Untergruppe des Council on Foreign Relations ist.

    Nun werde ich alles bis hierher Geschriebene nicht veroeffentlicht haben, wenn die Unterlagen nicht "deponiert" waeren.

    Ein jeder mag daraus seine eigenen Schluesse ziehen


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    @Julius

    Zitat Zitat von Julius
    ... plaedieren Sie fuer eine Offenlegung weiterer Materialien ueber Dinge, die Ihnen bekannt sind.
    ... Es waere doch schade, wenn Sie mangels erkennender Subjekte ihren Informations-Service einstellten.
    Danke. Ich durfte in der Vergangenheit lernen, dass Zufaelle selten existieren, wenn sie sich aneinander reihen. Ein Mal ja, zwei Mal ? - aber drei Zufaelle in einer Richtung ? Und wenn laufend Zufaelle in einer Richtung geschehen - was dann ? Die Augen verschliessen ? Gut, mein Gedaechtnis funktioniert manchmal noch (bei der Geschwindigkeit der Nachrichten - wer erinnert sich noch an ... und hat dies nach 6 Monaten, nach 2 Jahren, nach 6 Jahren oder noch laenger abrufbereit im Kopf ? Sogar die Fuelle der Nachrichten, gespickt mit unwichtigsten Nebensaechlichkeiten fallen bereits in den Bereich der Gehirnwaesche - sie ueberfrachten (z.B. wer erinnert sich denn noch daran, dass die tochter Jelzins auf dem New Yorker Flughafen vom Zoll mit 1,5 Milliarden Dollar in den Koffern geschappt wurde - und nach 'Anhoerung' vom US-Zoll freigelassen wurde - nebst Geld). Es war nur EIN Mal in den Nachrichten - ohne Wiederholung. Aber man muss es fuer das Puzzle noch in der Erinnerung haben. Zu dem Zeitpunkt wurde Herr X. in Russland verantwortlich fuer den Energiesektor.

    Keine Gemeinschaft von Menschen versteht im Detail, wie sie in Echtzeit von wenigen verarscht wird.
    Besser haette ich es nicht ausdruecken koennen.

    'Freie Laender' kann es unter diesen Umstaenden nicht geben. Eine von wenigen beherrschte Welt kann es bisher auch nicht geben.
    ? Nun, ich halte Russland fuer zu grossen Teilen NOCH frei - worunter ich 'frei vom CFR' verstehe. Natuerlich sind Menschen kaeuflich, daher habe ich auch nicht ausgespart, dass es eben (leider) auch Russen gibt, die sich der Macht des CFR andienen. Bei der gesamten Recherche habe ich nur festgestellt, dass der CFR in der Zeit eines ueber 60-jaehrigen permanenten Aufbaus ueber die US-Grenzen hinaus uebermaechtig geworden ist. - Und ich hab's nun mal mit den Schwaecheren, und dazu zaehlt fuer mich Russland, weil es sich erst seit Praesident Putin wieder wehren kann. Ergo ist fuer mich Russland ein freies Land.

    Klar ist, dass es hunderte von Gruppen gibt, die das versuchen. Klar ist auch, dass die erfolgreichsten dieser Gruppen derzeit aus den USA heraus operieren.
    Ja, aber diese 'hunderte von Gruppen' unterstehen den S & B und dem CFR (Auch die Rockefellers hatten Familienmitglieder bei den Scull & Bones, alles Yale-Abgaenger. Und Rockefeller, Morgan, Warburg und auf der anderen Seite des Atlantiks ...)
    Ich gehe nicht konform mit der Aussage "Herrschaft funktioniert nur wenn die Beherrschten an sie glauben. Herrschaft ist demnach eine PsyOp, eine fingierte Implantation informationeller Systeme." weil, stimmte Ihre Aussage, so muesste z.B. Herr Herrhausen noch leben - seine Ermordung war doch keine PsyOp im Auftrag der US-Banken, ausgefuehrt zu Zeiten Vernon Walters (ex-CIA Vizedirektor und zu diesem Zeitpunkt Botschafter in Bonn).

    Es ist schon so, wie in den Unterlagen beschrieben, der CFR hat seit langem die US-Regierung durchsetzt und unterwandert (inzwischen auch viele andere Regierungen -- "nich waahh Fraa Meeekl"). Wahrheitsgehaltsueberpruefung nennt man auch "recouper les informations" - daran erinnere ich mich noch, als ich einmal ueber laengere Zeit hinweg "so eine Dienststelle" gegen mich hatte. Es ist nichts ueberzeichnet dargestellt - leider.

    Waere ich fuer den CFR unterwegs, wuerde ich dafuer sorgen, dass es Subjekte gibt, die das CFR erkennen - aber nur in grob ueberzeichneten Dimensionen. Dazu bedarf es kritischer und informationsbewusster Menschen, die unter emotionalem Druck stehen. Menschen, deren herausragender Intellekt von Hass infiziert ist. Die lassen sich leicht als Spinner und Verschwoerungsparanoiker isolieren, bei Bedarf kriminalisieren und zur Not liquidieren.
    Leider ist daran NICHTS ueberzeichnet - und es ist auch kein Hass, allenfalls Missachtung, dass sich Menschen so gerne fuehren lassen. Wozu gibt es denn diese komische Kugel zwischen den Ohren ... nur damit die Ohren nicht zusammenklatschen ? ? ? Nennen Sie's doch einfach "schwarzen Humor".

    ... und nicht der selbsteitlen Publikumsbeschimpfung. Sie verunmoeglichen damit, was sie eigentlich wollen: aufklaerende breitenwirksame Oeffnung der Augen in den verschleiernden Nebeln der medialen Bewusstseinsindustrie.
    Es tut doch weh, wenn manche Menschen meinen: "Ach das wird doch schon nicht so sein". Es ist schmerzliches Mitempfinden - waere mir nicht an Aufklaerung durch schriftliche Fixierung gelegen, koennte ich mich auch einfach umdrehen und Zusehen, wie die Lemminge alle vier Jahre zu den Urnen schreiten - so als waeren es ihre Eigenen ( dto. schwarzer Humor, wie anlaesslich der Wahlen bereits von mir geschrieben).

    Aber leider - es stimmt, ALLES ! Nur bin ich Gott sei Dank nicht der Erste und auch nicht der Einzige, der das enthuellt. Aber Sie haben schon recht, bestimmte Quellen sind schon versiegt. Aber vielleicht bringt es nach dem Kidnapping des Deutsch-Libanesen diesen Beitraegen hier nur unerwuenschte Publizitaet, wenn ich ploetzlich an "Vogelgrippe" erkranke.



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    Und das hier ist nur auszugsweise aus Wiki-Pedia ...

    also VOELLIG harmlos, wie die Beitraege ueber The American Council on Germany, die Atlantik-Bruecke e.V. (alles oeffentlich zugaengliche Seiten).
    Beschaemt sei, wer Uebles dabei denkt ... ... nur wenn man diese Angaben zusammenfuegt, dann eben ergibt es einen Sinn.

    "Die" kennen sich doch auch untereinander, (obwohl auch dort segmentiert wird), warum sollen dann kritische Geister nicht wissen, wer "die" sind ?

    Wikipedia - auszugsweise:
    J.P. Morgan
    Der Sohn eines Bankiers studierte in Göttingen und war seit 1857 im Bankgewerbe tätig. Seit 1860 arbeitete er bei Drexler, Morgan & Co in New York City. Seit 1871 war er selbstständig durch die Gründung eines nach ihm selbst benannten, ab 1895 als J. P. Morgan & Co firmierenden Bankhauses, das vor allem marode Eisenbahnlinien erwarb und sanierte. (NB Sanierte ? da gibt es eine andere Aussage ueber den Streit zwischen Chase-Bank und J.P. Morgan) 1900 gründete Morgan dann den Stahltrust United States Steel Corp., den zu stützen 1902 noch ein auch englische Linien akquirierender Schiffahrtstrust, die International Mercantile Marine Company (IMMC) unter Beteiligung deutscher Reedereien begründet wurde.

    J.P.Morgan selbst litt unter einer von Acne Rosacea entstellten Nase und galt als daher recht scheuer Mensch. Er lebte in New York in einer Villa an der Madison Avenue 219 im Bezirk Murray Hill. In der mit schwarzem Mahagoni ausgekleideten Black Library des Hauses wurden einige der wichtigsten Entscheidungen des frühen 20. Jahrhunderts für New York wie die USA getroffen. Die umfangreiche Kunst- und Büchersammlung, die zu Morgans Liebhabereien zählte, wurde 1924 in eine Stiftung, die Pierpont Morgan Library in New York City, eingebracht.

    Die J.P.Morgan & Co war immer im Investmentbanking tätig und finanzierte diverse Zusammenschlüsse von Unternehmen, unter anderem der General Electric Comp., und beteiligte sich an diversen Eisenbahnlinien in den USA. 1899 wurden die ersten europäischen Anleihen am US-Markt eingeführt. Das Bankhaus selbst fusionierte 2000 mit der Chase Manhattan Bank".


    Chase Manhattan Bank
    aus Wikipedia,

    Die Chase Manhattan Bank war eine US-amerikanische Bank, die beim Zusammenschluss von Chase National Bank und Bank of the Manhattan Company im Jahr 1955 entstand.

    Die Bank of the Manhattan Company wurde 1799 von Alan Burr gegründet. Der Name der Chase National Bank stammt von Salmon P. Chase, der allerdings keine Verbindungen dazu hatte. In den 1930er Jahren war die Bank mit John D. Rockefeller II.s Equitable Trust Bank verschmolzen worden.

    In den 1950er Jahren stand die Chase National Bank unter starkem Einfluss der Familie Rockefeller, was aus dem Zusammenschluss in den 1930er Jahren resultierte. Die Bank wurde von John J. McCloy geführt. Obwohl die Chase National Bank die größere der beiden Banken war, wurde der Zusammenschluss als Übernahme der Chase National Bank durch die Bank of Manhattan Company organisiert, um den Anteilseignern Rechnung zu tragen.

    Unter David Rockefeller wurde die Bank Teil einer Holding, der Chase Manhattan Corporation. Im Jahr 2000 schlossen sich die Chase Manhattan Corporation und die J.P. Morgan & Co. Incorporated zur J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (auch JPMorgan Chase) zusammen.

    Aus Born Power:

    John D. Rockefeller
    John D. Rockefeller (1839- 1937), eine der legendären Gestalten der amerikanischen Wirtschaft, stieg Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts zum reichsten Amerikaner auf und sein Name entwickelte sich weltweit zu einem Synonym für Reichtum, ähnlich wie in Europa der Name Rothschild.

    Noch heute zählt die Familie mit einem Gesamtvermögen von > 5 Mrd $ zu den allerreichsten Familien der Welt. Diverse Vergleiche, die den Geldwert der jeweiligen Zeit berücksichtigen, haben ergeben, dass John D. Rockefeller mit großem Abstand der reichste Mann war, der je in den USA gelebt hat. Nach Berechnungen des Magazins "American Heritage" betrug
    sein Vermögen nach 1998er Werten 189,6 Milliarden US$.

    Basis für das Vermögen bildete der STANDARD Oil-Konzern, eine gigantische Geldmaschine, die neben den Rockefellers auch anderen Managern gigantische Vermögen verschaffte.
    Standard Oil = Exxon (Esso) und Mobil Oil



    Der Standard Oil Trust
    Rockefeller schuf mit zum Teil skrupellosen Methoden den größten US-Konzern des ausgehenden 19. Jahrhunderts, der weite Teile der Ölindustrie monopolisierte und exorbitante Gewinne erwirtschaften konnte.
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    Die Top-Manager und Partner
    John D. Rockefeller schuf die Basis für den Erfolg des Öl-Trusts. Er übernahm die fähigsten Manager aus fusionierten Firmen und schuf die potenteste Manager-Riege in den USA. Rockefeller zog sich schon 1897 aus der direkten Führung des Konzerns zurück.
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    Der schlechte Ruf
    Der Standard Oil-Konzern geriet Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts immer stärker in die öffentliche Kritik und galt als Synonym für das hässliche Gesicht des Kapitalismus.
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    Der Trust wird zerschlagen
    1911 musste der Standard Oil-Trust nach Gesetzesänderungen aufgelöst werden. Es entstanden zwar mehrere, formal unabhängige Ölkonzerne, in denen Rockefeller und seine Partner jedoch weiterhin Einfluss ausüben konnten. Zu den Nachfolgegesellschaften zählen heutige Konzerne wie
    Mobil Oil,
    Exxon,
    Chevron,
    Amoco und
    Conoco
    .
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    Mäzene und Philanthropen
    Anfangs gründete Rockefeller Stiftungen, um den schechten Ruf durch "gute Taten" zu lindern. Daraus entwickelte sich dann in den folgenden Generationen jedoch ein weites Netz der Philanthropie. Die Rockefellers zählen zu den größtern Stiftern der Geschichte.
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    Der Nebenzweig: William Rockefeller
    William Rockefeller, Bruder von John D., gehörte zu den Mitgründern von Standard Oil und zählte später zu den führenden Bankiers in den USA. Er gehörte zu den Mitgründern der heutigen Citibank. Auch die Nachfahren sind bis heute sehr vermögend.
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    John D. Rockefellers Kinder
    Sein Haupterbe und einziger Sohn John D. Rockefeller II konzentrierte sich in erster Linie darum, grosse Stiftungen zu gründen und legte mit dem Bau des riesigen Rockefeller Centers in New York ein Zeichen gegen die Depression.
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    Die 3. Generation:
    David Rockefeller stieg zu einem der mächtigsten Bankiers der Welt auf, Nelson zum US-Vizepräsidenten und Gouverneur von New York. Auch andere Mitglieder der Rockfeller-Familie machten von sich Rede.
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    (NB: Berater auf der pay-roll: Henry Kissinger / ferner aus seinem Vorsitz im Council on Foreign Relations heraus gruendete er die Trilateral Commission / Mitglieder der Familie waren Mitglieder der Scull & Bones / das Rockefeller-Vermoegen wird von Lord Rothschild verwaltet - waere ja auch sonst zuviel fuer "den Aermsten", soviel zu verwalten ist richtig Arbeit!)


    Skull & Bones

    Percy Rockefeller (1900), Direktor von Brown Brothers Harriman, Standard Oil und Remington Arms
    Thomas Cochran (1904), JP Morgan-Partner
    Harold Stanley (1908), Gründer des Investmenthauses von Morgan Stanley
    Averell Harriman (1913), US-Botschafter und US-Finanzminister, Gouverneur von New York, Vorsitzender und Vorstandsvorsitzender der Union Pacific Railroad, Brown Brothers & Harriman und die Southern Pacific Railroad
    oder einfach unter:

    http://www.bbh.com

    das ist die Bank der Bush-family - ich meine nicht, dass die Bushs dort ihr Konto haben (werden sie wohl auch haben) - aber ihnen gehoert der Laden.




    Und D. Rockefeller will Ходорковски mit seinen laecherlichen Spenden beeindruckt haben --- W E R hat denn hier WEN gekauft ? Also ich bitte doch.

    Und dann nur 8 Jahre ? Ich meine ... ist eigentlich ein bisschen wenig -

    Die 25 Milliarden, die Rockefeller bezahlt haette, waeren ja wieder auf seine Bank gekommen - X. haette eben nur ein bisschen davon benutzen duerfen. Aber das Sibirische Oel nicht bekommen zu haben, hat Rockefeller doch geschmerzt.


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    Beiwerk zu den US-Kaderschmieden

    Schwarze Schatten über den "Großen Drei"
    In den USA werden die Elite-Universitäten Harvard, Yale und Princeton von ihrem einstigen Rassismus eingeholt

    von Uwe Schmitt

    Washington - Wenn der Princeton-Absolvent Samuel Alito Junior, der von Präsident Bush designierte neue Richter am Supreme Court, bald seine rituelle Befragung durch egotrunkene Senatoren hinter sich hat, müßte an den juristischen Fakultäten von Harvard, Yale und Princeton der Champagner fließen. Zu feiern, jenseits des politische Haders um Rechtsphilosophien und den Protestbrief von 500 Juristen gegen die Nominierung Samuel Alitos, wäre die nahezu totale Dominanz der "Big Three" im obersten Gerichtshof des Landes. Sie brachten acht der neun "Lebenslänglichen" hervor; Harvard absolvierten sechs von ihnen.

    Zusammen bilden die Richter den vornehmsten Beweis von Meritokratie und ethnisch-rassischer Emanzipation an Amerikas Eliteinstitutionen mit Verneigungen vor irischen, italienischer, jüdischer, schwarzer und nun Latino-Minderheiten. So wollten es die Präsidenten der letzten Jahrzehnte. Nicht zufällig war in den letzten 108 Jahren das Weiße Haus 47 Jahre lang von einem Absolventen der "Big Three" besetzt. Den Präsidentschaftswahlkampf 2004 bestritten die Yale-Graduierten Bush und Kerry. So, möchte man meinen, wollten es Harvard, Yale und Princeton schon immer: Begabung und intellektuelle Brillanz obsiegen über Klasse und sozioökonomisches Privileg. Der Glaube daran beseelt den Selbstschöpfungsmythos Amerikas und ein globales Alumni-Netzwerkwork der Ivy League, das mehr für Amerikas Ansehen leistet als sein diplomatisches Korps. Endlich erhält dieser Glaube den enormen Einfluß und das nach Milliarden Dollar zählende Stiftungsvermögen von Harvard, Yale und Princeton. Wer daran rührt, hat mächtige Gegner.

    Entsprechend unamüsiert reagierte man in den Kanzleien der "Großen Drei", als im Dezember "The Chosen" (Die Erwählten) von Jerome Karabel erschien. Die Studie des Soziologen an der University of California in Berkeley zu der "verborgenen Geschichte von Zulassung und Ausschließung in Harvard, Yale und Princeton" beweist umfassender als alle anderen Bücher zum Thema, wie rassistisch und antisemitisch sie bei der Auswahl ihrer Studenten bis Ende der sechziger Jahre vorgingen. Die akademische Avantgarde war nicht schlimmer, aber auch nicht gerechter als das übrige Amerika. Das mag lange her und heute undenkbar sein. Lehrreich und schmerzhaft bleibt es, wenn die "Big Three" von ihrer Vergangenheit eingeholt werden. Was Karabel auf 711 penibel recherchierten Seiten (über 150 sind Anmerkungen) belegt, ist der Versuch weißer angelsächsischer Protestanten, brillante Aufsteiger, von 1920 an vor allem die Kinder osteuropäischer Juden, fernzuhalten, um unter "Gentlemen" bleiben zu können. Nicht akademische Leistung wurde verlangt, sondern "Charakter", "Führungsstärke", "well rounded men". Aus der richtigen Familie zu kommen, ein guter Sportler zu sein, die Späße der Studentenklubs zu verstehen - das zählte. Studieren war etwas für Weichlinge und Spielverderber. Ein Yale-Jahrbuch von 1904 brüstete sich damit "mehr Gentlemen und weniger Gelehrte als jeder Jahrgang der Geschichte" hervorgebracht zu haben.

    Für Amerikaner ist es bis heute selbstverständlich, dass Ivy-League-Universitäten gute Sportler und Sprößlinge von Ehemaligen (legacies) bei der Aufnahme bevorzugen. Erst unter den übrigen Plätzen wird heutzutage peinlich darauf geachtet, dass Frauen oder etwa Studenten asiatischer Herkunft bei gleicher Leistung in Vorleistungen und Aufnahmeprüfung nicht benachteiligt werden. Für jemanden "sagen wir, aus Frankreich, Japan, Deutschland oder China", notiert Jerome in seiner Einleitung, erschließe es sich nicht leicht, "warum die Fähigkeit, mit einem Ball zu laufen, oder wo die Eltern (eines Bewerbers) studierten" entscheidend für die Zulassung in den Hochschulen mit höchstem Prestige sein könne. Doch bedeutet das nicht unbedingt, dass man sich als Ausländer empört. Private US-Hochschulen dürfen, im Rahmen der geltenden Anti-Diskriminierungs-Gesetze, bevorzugen, wen sie wollen. Ihre Wahl richtet keinen Schaden an wie ein Arzt, der einen Kranken abweist. Malcolm Gladwell kam in seiner Rezension von "The Chosen" im "New Yorker" zu dem Schluß: "Eliteschulen sind wie jede Luxusmarke eine ästhetische Erfahrung (..), und sie haben stets im Blick gehabt, was getan werden muß, um diese Erfahrung zu erhalten."

    Es ist wahrlich nicht schwer zu verstehen, was die begabten Söhne der jüdischen Einwanderer, die nach 1880 vor allem an die Ostküste in die Städte um Harvard, Princeton und Yale gekommen waren, ermutigte, sich zu bewerben. Man konnte ihnen im Campusleben zeigen, wie unerwünscht sie waren. Von 1200 jüdischen Studenten, die zwischen 1900 und 1930 Yale besuchten, wurde kein einziger in eine namhafte Verbindung gewählt. Die Präsidenten der "Big Three" und ihre Zulassungsbüros waren progressiv, nicht reaktionär; sie respektierten die Leistung von Juden, Katholiken, und sogar Schwarzen (außer in Princeton, wo Schwarze noch lange ausgeschlossen wurden). Doch fürchteten sie ihre wachsenden Zahlen. Die Quote für Juden wurde in Harvard auf 15 Prozent, in Yale auf zehn Prozent festgelegt. Das Ansehen von New Yorks Columbia-Universität, ohne Quote, sank mit steigenden jüdischen Studentenzahlen.

    Die "Big Three" lösten das "das jüdische Problem" nie. Zum Ärger der WASPs waren sie nicht abzuschrecken. Wie Wilbur Bender, einst zuständig für Studentenaufnahme in Harvard, klagte: "Juden sind die Verweiblichten, Zarten, Affektierten und Instabilen". Er brauchte "maskuline, heißblütige He-Men". Vergeben, unvergessen. Stets waren es Alumni, die sich am zähesten jedem Wandel widersetzen. Sei es die Zulassung von Frauen in den 60er Jahren oder die Etablierung von Quoten für Minderheiten ("Affirmative Action"). Natürlich stellen längst wohlhabende jüdische Familien Alumni in der fünften Generation. Und sie genießen ihre Privilegien. Einige Kritiker haben Jerome Karabel vorgeworfen, er bleibe das Rezept schuldig, wie reine Leistung ohne Bevorzugung in die Ivy League zu schleusen bringen sei. Es zählt zu den Stärken von "The Chosen", im leidenschaftlichen Selbstzweifel zu enden.

    :Welt, Sa, 14. Januar 2006

    Ivy-League: exzellent, teuer, traditionsbewußt

    Die amerikanischen Elite-Universitäten gehören zu den besten der Welt. Als Ivy-League-Unis - benannt nach den mit Efeu bewachsenen Gebäuden - gelten acht Institutionen, alle an der Ostküste: Harvard in Cambridge (Bundesstaat Massachusetts), Princeton im gleichnamigen Ort in New Jersey und Yale in New Haven (Connecticut) als führende Unis innerhalb dieser Liga sowie Brown in Providence (Rhode Island), Columbia in New York City, Cornell in Ithaca (New York), Dartmouth College in Hanover (New Hampshire) und die University of Pennsylvania ("Penn") in Philadelphia.

    Einen hervorragenden Ruf haben auch Stanford im kalifornischen Palo Alto, die Chicago University oder das Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, sie gehören aber nicht zur Ivy League.

    Die älteste Einrichtung ist Harvard, deren College 1636 gegründet wurde. Gemein ist allen die hohe Studiengebühr, die umgerechnet bei über 28 000 Euro im Jahr liegen kann - dafür ist Absolventen später ein gutes Einkommen so gut wie sicher. Ein nicht unbedeutender Teil der Studenten erhält Stipendien. Die Unis finanzieren sich zudem aus Spenden der Ehemaligen (Alumni), Erbschaften, Kapitaleinkünften und Forschungsaufträgen. Harvard ist mit einem Stiftungsvermögen von rund 22 Milliarden Dollar die reichste Uni der Welt. Jay

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    Kissinger über Russland

    Ende Dezember gab der frühere US-Außenminister Henry Kissinger der WELT ein Interview:

    "... Der Westen erwartet von Putin, westliche Institutionen zu übernehmen und sein Land nach westlichen Standards zu führen. Aber Rußland hat gewaltige psychologische Hypotheken. Nicht nur wurde die kommunistische Revolution verloren, dem Land sind auch 300 Jahre Geschichte abhanden gekommen. Die Russen befinden sich als Macht heute ungefähr dort, wo sie während der Zeit Peters des Großen schon einmal waren. Anderseits war der russische Staat nie geprägt durch seine Errungenschaften im Inland, sondern sein Selbstverständnis nährte sich aus imperialen Ambitionen und Erfolgen. Dieses Imperium haben die Russen verloren, und Putin muß einen Staat führen, in dem die Definition von Herrschaft stets ins Extreme tendierte ... Es gibt im Westen ein hohes Maß an Selbstgerechtigkeit, was die Beurteilung des russischen Präsidenten angeht ... Deutschland und die Vereinigten Staaten müssen zu einem gemeinsamen Verständnis des russischen Dilemmas gelangen unter Berücksichtigung realer historischer Erfahrungen. Natürlich kann man Rußland im Licht dieses Verständnisses keine Wiederherstellung des früheren Imperiums erlauben, aber man kann sich von einer Politik verabschieden, die Rußland permanent auf Bewährung setzt und dazu zwingt, sich zu rechtfertigen ... Es wäre falsch, Rußland wie einen Feind zu behandeln."

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    Kissinger als CFR Mitglied und bezahlter Berater Rockefellers

    Zitat Zitat von Julius
    Deutschland und die Vereinigten Staaten müssen zu einem gemeinsamen Verständnis des russischen Dilemmas gelangen unter Berücksichtigung realer historischer Erfahrungen. Natürlich kann man Rußland im Licht dieses Verständnisses keine Wiederherstellung des früheren Imperiums erlauben, aber man kann sich von einer Politik verabschieden, die Rußland permanent auf Bewährung setzt und dazu zwingt, sich zu rechtfertigen ... Es wäre falsch, Rußland wie einen Feind zu behandeln."
    Eine Wiederherstellung wurde schon mit Glasnost durch die Abspaltung der Baltischen Staaten und durch die gezielt seitens Brzezinski und Kissinger zu Reagen's Zeiten betriebene Abtrennung der suedlichen Russischen Republiken unmoeglich gemacht.

    Es ist jedoch eine Anmassung des "Clubs" CFR davon zu sprechen, was man auf Kapitalseite (und CFR ist ein Kapitalclub mit den Mitteln staatlicher Macht) Russland erlauben kann - und was nicht.

    Die Realitaet straft Kissinger LUEGEN - den der geplante Gas-Konflikt mit der Ukraine, der Offene Brief der 150, die permanenten Vorstoesse in Tchetchenien, die Verunglimpfung Russlands als verlaesslichen Gaslieferanten, die Sticheleien um die Russischen Flottenstuetzpunkte auf der Krim (so etwas geht nur mit Billigung durch die USA), all das straft Kissinger LUEGEN.

    Es ist aber auch falsch, Russland als eine Beute fuer westlich-amerikanische Gier nach weiteren Selbstbedienungen im Stile Jukos und dem anvisierten "Verkauf" der Sibirischen Oelfelder zu betrachten.

    Bei all diesen Handlungen dem CFR auf einmal Philanthropie unterstellen zu wollen - ist trotz der Worte Kissingers - unangebracht. Der CFR ist bis zum Beweis des Gegenteils (durch Handlungen ! ! !) eine Ansammlung menschlichen Abschaums (und zwar dies aufgrund von Handlungen).

    Title-50 War and National Defense § 783 states - "It shall be unlawful for any person knowingly to combine, conspire, or agree with any other person to perform any act which would substantially contribute to the establishment within the United States of a totalitarian dictatorship, the direction and control of which is to be vested in, or exercised by or under the domination of control of, any foreign government."

    The Council on Foreign Relations are in violation of Title-50 War and National Defense § 783. The Council on Foreign Relations has unlawfully and knowingly combined, conspired, and agreed to substantially contribute to the establishment of one world order under the totalitarian dictatorship, the direction and the control of members of Council on Foreign Relations, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, and members of their branch organizations in various nations throughout the world. That is totalitarianism on a global scale.
    So bewertet man den CFR im Land seines Ursprungs.
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    Hintergründe

    Sehr geehrte Foren-Teilnehmer ,

    Das Kapital ruft und die Politiker stehen stramm!


    Es gab und es gibt in jedem Jahr mehrere internationale Konferenzen, an denen 100-200 Spitzenpolitiker, Wirtschaftler und Journalisten teilnehmen und über die doch kein Wort in den Medien zu hören, oder zu lesen ist. Andererseits wird in den Medien viel über internationale Konferenzen berichtet, deren Ergebnis gleich Null ist, oder schon vorher feststeht.


    Das sind die Fakten: Umweltschutzbewegungen und Tierschutzbewegungen werden häufig von Geheimdiensten gelenkt und dienen ganz anderen Zwecken, als in deren Statuten zu lesen ist, z. B. um die Wirtschaft bestimmter Staaten oder bestimmte Wirtschaftszweige zu zerstören und an der interessensgenehmen Gestaltung von reformerischen Rahmenbedingungen korrumpierend mitzuwirken. Hätten Sie gewußt, dass der Club of Rome, welcher vielen Umweltschutzvereinigungen sogenannte Fakten und Daten liefert, vom Banken- und Industriellenklan der Rockefellers gegründet und finanziert wurde und immer noch wird. Diese Leute haben ganz bestimmt ganz andere Interessen als Umweltschutz!

    FCKW wird nur bekämpft, weil die Patente abgelaufen sind und Drittweltländer diese ohne Probleme produzieren können. Also manipuliert man deren Verbot und bringt neue Ersatzchemikalien auf den Markt, die zwar patentiert, aber nicht weniger gefährlich sind.

    Viele politische Forderungen, die heute als rechtsradikal gelten, waren noch vor 10 Jahren auf den Wahlplakaten aller im Bundestag vertretenen Parteien zu lesen, so z. B., dass ein Verzicht auf die deutschen Ostgebiete Verrat sei.

    In Afrika soll es nicht genügend Anbauflächen für Nahrungsmittel geben? Tatsächlich gibt es diese in so ausreichendem Maße, dass die doppelte Bevölkerungsmenge auf diesem Kontinent ernährt werden könnte. Alle Hungersnöte sind tatsächlich und im Wesentlichen nur auf 2 Gründe zu reduzieren: 1. Stammeskriege und 2. Falsche Wirtschafts- und Landwirtschaftsberatungen durch Unterorganisationen der UNO, die diese Staaten und/oder Stämme damit in die Kreditabhängigkeit zur Weltbank und dem IWF gebracht haben und noch immer bringen.

    Die Gründe für diese Abartigkeiten? Nun, es gibt Clubs, Verbände und Menschen, die können, "ohne anzuklopfen" in die Büroschluchten der Macht gelangen und mit den politisch Mächtigen dieser Welt reden und somit beeinflussen.

    Einer der Industrieclubs, der bei Politikern regelmäßig ein offenes Ohr findet, in der Öffentlichkeit jedoch kaum bekannt ist, ist der 1983 gegründete "European Roundtable of Industrialists" (ERT). Als einflußreichste Interessengruppe in Europa - ihr gehören 45 Vorstandsvorsitzende europäischer Konzerne an – mit zusammengenommen einem jährlichen Umsatz von einer Billion DM – besitzt er einen privilegierten Zugang zu den Entscheidungsträgern auf europäischer und nationaler Ebene. Regelmäßige Treffen mit Politikern werden dazu genutzt, Rahmenbedingungen und Strategiepapiere zu diskutieren. Als die größten, bisherigen Erfolge des ERT sind die Schaffung des gemeinsamen, europäischen Marktes, der Vertrag von Maastricht mit der Währungsunion zu nennen. Auf dem Wunschzettel der nächsten Jahre stehen u. a. abgeschwächte Umwelt- und Sozialgesetze, weitere Deregulierungsmaßnahmen, flexible Löhne, Arbeitszeiten und ein flexibler Kündigungsschutz. (>> Europe, Inc << des niederländischen Instituts Corporate Europe Observatory, in >> Stichwort Bayer << 1/98).

    Kooperierende Gruppen sind u.a.:


    die europäische Arbeitgeberorganisation "Union of Industrial and Employers Confederation of Europe" (UNICE), die allein in 55 Arbeitsgruppen organisiert ist und in Spitzenzeiten bis zu 1.000 Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter bereitstellen kann. Damen und Herren des UNICE sind praktisch bei jeder Diskussion zu europarelevanten Themen vertreten. Ein wichtiges Ziel ist es, z. B. anstelle von Regulierungen Selbstverpflichtungserklärungen von Seiten der Industrie durchzusetzen, die sie zu nichts verpflichten.


    der "Transatlantic Business Dialoque" (TABD), 1995 gegründet von dem US-Handelsministerium und der EU-Kommission in Kooperation mit dem ERT. Ihm gehören auf europäischer Seite, außer politischen Entscheidungsträgern, elf Topmanager an. Der TABD ist durch seinen offiziellen Status beratendes Organ der EU-Kommission gleichzeitig Lobbygruppe und anerkannte EU-Organisation. Die Ziele der TABD decken sich weitestgehend mit denen der ERT. Die minimalen Arbeits-und Sozialgesetzgebungen in den USA haben für die europäischen Industrievertreter einen Vorbildcharakter. Darum sieht der TABD den Schwerpunkt seiner Tätigkeit im Abbau von Arbeitsschutzbestimmungen, Umweltschutzauflagen und die der Durchsetzung vollständig ungehinderter Handelsbeziehungen, insbesondere zwischen den USA und Europa. Gefordert wird zudem, dass die Politik in den Nationalstaaten das Recht verlieren soll, die Wirtschaft, wie z. B. in Bereichen der Gentechnologie, Chemie oder Pharmacie zu regulieren. Zahlreiche TABD-Forderungen wurden bereits in internationale Verträge, wie in den WTO-Regularien – aufgenommen.


    Während die vorgenannten Institutionen bereits seit Jahren ihre Spuren hinterlassen, macht – für Insider – noch immer ein Regelwerk mit totalitärem Anspruch von sich reden: Das "Multilaterale Abkommen über Investitionen" (MAI). Seit 1995 führten die Vertreter der OECD-Länder, der Club der 29 reichsten Industriestaaten, Geheimverhandlungen über ein multilaterales Abkommen über Investitionen. Vorbild dafür ist das Nordamerikanische Freihandelsabkommen NAFTA. Ziel der Verhandlungen ist die "Verfassung einer einheitlichen, globalen Wirtschaft." PHI hatte mehrfach darüber berichtet.

    Die treibende Kraft hinter dem MAI ist (noch immer) die US-Regierung sowie die industrielle Lobbyorganisation "US-Council for International Business". Der Präsident dieses Verbandes machte in einem Brief an die US-Administration unmißverständlich klar, worum es der amerikanischen Industrie geht: "Wir werden uns jeder und allen Maßnahmen widersetzen, die seitens der Regierungen bindende Verpflichtungen auf den Gebieten der Arbeit und des Umweltschutzes schaffen oder auch nur nahelegen." Die US-amerikanischen Großkonzerne verlassen sich bei ihrer Überzeugungsarbeit keineswegs nur auf die Kraft ihrer Argumente. Der "Business Roundtable" ein Zirkel US-amerikanischer Industrieller, richtete 1997 an seine Mitglieder ein Schreiben, in dem er sie um ein 100.000-Dollar-Spende bat. Insgesamt würden drei Millionen Dollar benötigt, um Senatoren für derartige Abkommen günstig zu stimmen – ohne diese, so heißt es in diesem Brief "würde Amerikas Führerschaft im Welthandel irreparablen Schaden nehmen."

    Groß und gleich wieder gescheitert war die Hoffnung, dass der rot/grüne Regierungswechsel das MAI von der Tagesordnung streichen würde. Tatsächlich wurden in den Ministerien lediglich die Zuständigkeiten etwas anders verteilt. Seit dem 27. 10. 1998 ist das MAI per Erlaß unter "V.d" aufgeführt und somit dem Zuständigkeitsbereich des Bundesministeriums der Finanzen zugeordnet. Dies entgegen dem Eindruck, daß, nach dem Rückzug von Großbritannien und Frankreich, das MAI-Papier vom Tisch sei. So waren auch MAI Vertragsbestandteile bei der WTO in Seattle (November 1999) Verhandlungsgegenstand. Allerdings wurden die alten MAI-Forderungen in anderen Vertragswerken einfach versteckt. So verrät auch zum Beispiel das Schröder/Blair-Papier in Teilen sehr deutlich die Handschrift des Vertragswerkes MAI.

    Sollte das MAI oder seine Ableger verabschiedet werden, bedeutet dies das Ende der Demokratien, der Tarifautonomie der Gewerkschaften, die Totalregulierung der Politik durch die Industrie, Kolonialisierung der Nationalstaaten durch das Monopolkapital, eine Lizenz zum Plündern der Ressourcen und Arbeitskräfte. Im Zweifelsfrei auch Lizenz zum T*ten für die NATO – Krieg ist allemal gut für die Wirtschaft.

    Ein Beispiel von Deregulierung und damit Schützenhilfe – sogar "im Namen des Volkes" - für den "Kanzler aller deutschen Autos", dem "Boß der Bosse": Am 4. August 1999 beschloß das Bundesverfassungsgericht Eingriffe der Tarifautonomie bei Arbeitsbeschaffungsmaßnahmen. An dieser Stelle haben also in Zukunft nicht mehr die Gewerkschaften das Sagen, sondern der Staat. In Zukunft können auch weitere Gründe zur Einmischung des Staates für Lohnsenkungen konstruiert werden. Schröder und seine Politik haben sich von der Tradition der sozialistischen Arbeiterbewegung verabschiedet.

    Sollten die Pläne der Globalisten und Internationalisten nicht aufgehen. Sollte das Volk endlich wach werden und sich wehren. Sollte es zu dem von einigen, renommierten Wirtschaftswissenschaftlern vorausgesagten "Finanz-Crash" (Wirtschaftserdbeben) kommen. Sollten längst überfällige Wahrheiten über die Geschichte des Deutschen Volkes nicht mehr länger verschwiegen werden können. Nun, die Elite unserer Politiker und Manager braucht noch nicht einmal auf gepackten Koffern zu sitzen. Alle haben Sie bereits vollausgestattete, Wohnungen oder Häuser im Ausland, hochabgesichert mit teuren Alarm- und Videoanlagen. Installierte Computer ermöglichen den "online-Zugriff" auf die gut gefüllten, versteckten Bankkonten in aller Welt. Die Flugbereitschaften der Landesbanken und Konzerne stehen für diesen bereits durchgespielten Notfall zur Flucht bereit und bieten dann ein letztes Mal Stoff für eine "Flugaffäre".
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    Liste von internationalen Terroristen

    Sehr geehrter Herr Rumpelstilz1,

    Nachfolgend eine Liste der Macher im Hintergrund, die mithelfen, die bereits von den USA vor dem 2. Weltkrieg geplante Gehirnmanipulation der Völker aktiv fortzusetzen (Liste ist nicht vollständig und etwa 4 Jahre alt). Diese Kreaturen, die nur zufällig wie Menschen aussehen, sind, um der Macht und des Geldes willen, zu Brandstiftern (Pyromanen) an der Menschheit geworden. Das besonders Infame daran: Sie lassen sich öffentlich auch noch als Feuerwehr (Problemlöser, sozial denkend) feiern. Und verdienen kräftig daran, bzw. schieben die finanziellen Lasten auf die 80 % der Bevölkerung, die mit jedem Tag ärmer werden, weil eben dadurch die 20 % dieser brandstiftenden Bevölkerung mit jedem Tag reicher werden. Nur aus diesem Grund sind die bundesweit eingerichteten Babyklappen, städtischen Nottelefone und Fernseh-Hilfsaktionen entstanden. Das Faszinierende: Es wird in Millionenhöhe gespendet. Babyklappen und Nottelefone sowie ganze Heerscharen von Psychiatern, Psychologen, Ärzten und Sozialarbeitern werden von den Krankenkassen und aus Steuergeldern finanziert. Vom Volk unwidersprochen hingenommen. Das muß und wird sich ändern. Sehr bald!



    Freimaurer-Namen (Stand: 1999)

    Name Vorname Offizielle Zugehörigkeit Inoffiz. Zugehörigkeit

    Anderson David US- Botschafter in Jugoslawien, 1997 gestorben Aspen, CFR

    Androsch Hannes ehem.Minister in Österreich BB

    Angenendt Steffen, Dr DGAP

    Amerongen Otto Wolf von Otto Wolf GmbH, DGAP, BB, T

    Ash Thimothy Garton St. Anthony`s College, Oxford DGAP

    Avineri Shlomo, Prof. Dr Hebräische Universität von Jerusalem DGAP

    Bader William Banks Eurasia Foundation, Washington CFR

    Baring Arnulf Historiker T

    Bartsch Sebastian, Dr. DGAP

    Bayh Evan Aspen

    Becker Kurt "Stadtanzeiger" BB

    Berthoin Georges Aspen

    Bertram Christoph "Die Zeit" BB

    Biedenkopf Kurt Hans, Prof. Dr. CDU, Min.präs. Sachsen, MdB, Henkel GmbH Aspen, T

    Bierling Stephan, Dr.habil. DGAP

    Bingen Dieter, Dr. DGAP

    Bovery Walter E. Schweiz BB

    Bradley William L. (Bill) Präsidentenkandidatur USA 1999 Aspen, CFR

    Bräutigam Hans- Otto BB

    Breuel Birgit Treuhandanstalt BB

    Brunner Georg, Prof. Dr. DGAP

    Bütler Hugo, Dr. Chefredakteur: Neue Zürcher Zeitung DGAP

    Cartellieri Ulrich Deutsche Bank AG BB

    Christians F. Wilhelm, Dr. DGAP

    Chladeck Tilmann, A.M. Harvard University DGAP

    Cotti Flavio Schweiz. Bundesrat BB

    Dahrendorf Sir Ralf Gustav FDP, Parl. Staatssekretär d. Außenministeriums, EG- Komission BB

    Dalma Alfons Österr. Radio& Fernsehen BB

    Dicke Günther F. W. BB

    Diepgen Eberhard CDU, Bürgermeister Berlin, Korruptionsvorwürfe Aspen, DGAP

    Dieter Werner H. Mannesmann AG BB

    Dönhoff Gräfin Marion Hedda Ilse, Dr. "Die Zeit" Aspen

    Dohnanyi Klaus von, Dr. SPD, MdB, Bildungsmin., Staatsmin. d. Ausw. Amtes, Erster DGAP, BB

    Bürgermeister von Hamburg, Bundesanstalt f. vereinigungsbedingte Sonderaufgaben

    Dolzer Rudolf, Prof. Dr. Dr. DGAP

    Donges Juergen, Prof. Dr. DGAP

    Doty Paul, Prof. Aspen

    Eagleburger Lawrence Aspen, CFR,T

    Eickhorn Gerhard DGAP

    Engholm Björn SPD, Ministerpräsident Schleswig- Holstein, Staatssekretär d. BB

    Bildungsministerium, Wirtschafts- und Bildungsminister

    Esclavy Christine DGAP

    Fels Gerhard, Prof, Dr. DGAP

    Froely Jean- Pierre DGAP

    Fuchs Michael T

    Gasteyer Curt Schweiz BB

    Genscher Hans- Dietrich FDP, Vizekanzler, Außen- und Innenminister Aspen, DGAP

    Gentz Manfred, Dr. Aspen

    Gerard Erich Aspen

    Gerber Fritz F. Hoffmann- LaRoche AG Schweiz BB

    Geremek Bronislaw, Prof. Aspen

    Giersch Herbert Institut Für Weltwirtschaft BB

    Glos Michael DGAP

    Goldman Guido, Dr. Center for European Studies, Harvard Uni., Cambridge, M.A. DGAP

    Gysling Erich "Weltwoche", Schweiz BB

    Hahn Carl VW, Wolfsburg T

    Häfele Wolf, Prof. Dr. DGAP

    Haftendorn Helga, Prof. Dr. DGAP

    Hanf Theodor, Prof. Dr. DGAP

    Hassen Uwe Allianz- Versicherungs- Aktiengesellschaft, München T

    Heisbourg Francois Aspen

    Henkel Hans- Olaf, Dr.-Ing- E.h. Bundesverband d. Deutschen Industrie, amnesty international Aspen, DGAP

    Henle C. Peter DGAP

    Herzog Roman Aspen

    Holbrooke Richard C. US- Botschafter in der BRD BB, CFR, T

    Hornhues Karl- Heinz, Prof. Dr. Deutscher Bundestag DGAP, T

    Hoyer Werner, Dr. DGAP

    Igler Hans BB

    Irmer Ulrich DGAP

    Ischinger Wolfgang Staatssekretär d. Außenministeriums,

    Teilnehmer BB-Treffen 4.6.99

    Issing H.C. Otmar Deutsche Bundesbank, Europäische Zentralbank BB

    Jacobsen Hans- Adolf, Prof. Dr. DGAP

    Jankowitsch Peter BB

    Janning Josef DGAP

    Janssen Paul- Emmanuel T

    Jochimsen Reimut Landeszentralbank Nordrhein- Westphalen T

    Joffe Josef Süddeutsche Zeitung, München T

    Kaiser Karl, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Otto- Wolf- Direktor des Forschungsinstitutes der Deutschen DGAP, BB, T, Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik e.V., Bonn

    Kastrup Dieter BB

    Kimmit Robert Michael CDU, Dt. Parlament BB, CFR

    Klingebiel Stephan, Dipl. Soz.wiss. DGAP

    Knapp Charles B.,Prof. Aspen

    Köllner Patrick,Dipl.Verw.wiss.M.A. DGAP

    Kohler Horst Dt. Sparkassen- und Giroverband, Bonn T

    Kopper Hilmar Deutsche Bundesbank, Deutsche Bank BB

    Korte Karl-Rudolf, Dr.habil DGAP

    Kothbauer Max Creditanstalt- Bankverein Österreich BB

    Krause Joachim, Dr. DGAP

    Krauer Alex Ciba- Geigy, Schweiz BB

    Krupp Georg Aspen

    KuhlmannAwad Uta, Dipl.rom. DGAP

    Kwapong Alexander A., Dr. Aspen

    Lahnstein Manfred Bertelsmann AG Gütersloh T

    Lambsdorff Otto Friedrich Wilhelm von der Wenge Graf, Dr. Steuerhinterziehung zu 180000 DM Strafe FDP, MdB, Wirtschaftsminister, Verurteilung wg. DGAP, T

    Lamby Werner, Dr. DGAP

    Lauk Kurt Audi AG BB

    Laux Susanne, M.A. DGAP

    Leisler Kiep Walter CDU, Dt. Parlament DGAP, BB, T

    Leister Klaus Dieter Westdeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale T

    Lepenies Wolf, Prof. Aspen

    Lieberknecht Christine DGAP

    Liesen Klaus, Dr. DGAP

    Liotard- Vogt Pierre Nestle- Alimentana, Schweiz BB

    Mangold Klaus Daimler- Benz T

    Mantzke Martin, Dr. DGAP

    Marquand David, Prof. Aspen

    Martini Eberhard T

    Matuschka Graf Albrecht Matuschka, München T

    Maull Hanna W. T

    Maull Hanns W., Prof. Dr DGAP

    May Bernhard DGAP

    McArdle Kelleher Catherine, Prof. Los Alamos Laboratorium, National War College, Pentagon, Aspen

    Nationaler Sicherheitsrat, wohnhaft in Berlin- Wannsee

    McLaughlin Ann Aspen

    Meiers Franz- Josef, Dr. DGAP

    Merkle Hans L., Dr. DGAP

    Mildenberger Markus DGAP

    Moise Dominique Aspen

    Momper Walter Aspen

    Monnier Claude Journal de Geneve, Schweiz BB

    Mueller Rudoph BB

    Murmann Klaus T

    Narjes Karl- Heinz T

    Nass Matthias "Die Zeit" BB

    Neisser Heinrich Österr. Parlament T

    Niemeyer Horst, Dr. Aspen

    Oppenheim Alfred Freiherr von DGAP

    Osenberg Axel DGAP

    Perger Werner A. "Die Zeit", Teilnehmer BB 4.6.99

    Pierre/ Pierer Heinrich von Siemens, München T

    Poeck Wolfgang, Dr. Aspen

    Pohl Karl- Otto Deutsche Bundesbank BB

    Ponto Jürgen Dresdner Bank AG BB

    Pury David de Brown Bovery, Schweiz, Pury Pictet Turrettini&Co.Ltd. BB

    Rahr Alexander Körber- Stiftung DGAP

    Randa Gerhard Österr. Bank AG, Teilnehmer BB 4.6.99

    Reuning Jürgen Aspen

    Reuter Edzard Bertelsmann, Daimler- Benz, SPD, Bauhaus- Archiv, Deutsche Aspen

    Oper, Berliner Bank/ -gesellschaft, Karl- Hofer- Gesellschaft

    Ridgway Rozanne Lejeanne BB, CFR, T

    Ringier Michael Ringier, Schweiz BB

    Rühe Volker CDU, MdB, Arbeitsgruppe christl- demokr. u. konservativer DGAP, BB

    Jug.-verbände Europas, Junge Union, Hamburger Bürgerschaft,

    Sprecher f. Außen-, Sicherheits-, Deutschland- und Entwick-

    lungspolitik, Verteidigungsminister

    Ruhnau Heinz Deutsche Lufthansa AG BB

    Sarrazin Jürgen DGAP

    Schäuble Wolfgang T

    Scharpf Fritz W., Prof. Dr. Direktor: Max- Planck- Inst. f. Gesellschaftsforschung, Köln DGAP

    Scharping Rudolf SPD, Sozialistische Parteien Europas, Verteidigungsminister DGAP

    Teinehmer BB 4.6.99

    Schenz Richard OMV AG Österreich, Teilnehmer BB 4.6.99

    Schittly Dagmar, M.A. DGAP

    Schlangitweit Reinhard DGAP

    Schmidheiny Stephan ANOVA Holdings, Schweiz BB

    Schmidt Helmut, Dr. SPD, MdB, Bundeskanzler, "Die Zeit" Aspen, DGAP

    Wirtschafts-, Finanz-, Verteidigungsminister BB

    Schmidt- Chiari Guido Creditanstalt, Bankverein, Wien BB, T

    Schmitz Ronaldo Deutsche Bundesbank T

    Schmults Otto T

    Schöning Karl- Viktor von, Dr. Aspen

    Scholten Rudolf Österr. Kontrollbank AG, Teilnehmer BB 4.6.99

    Schrempp Jürgen E. Daimler- Benz- Luft- und- Raumfahrt Holding GmbH DGAP, BB

    Daimler- Chrysler AG

    Schröder Gerhard SPD, MdB, Ministerpräsident Niedersachsen, Juso, BB

    Bundeskanzler, Aufsichtsrat in Firmen z.B. VW, Preussag

    Schröder Harald J., Dr. Aspen

    Schulte Dieter Deutscher Gewerkschafts- Bund DGAP

    Schurer Wolfgang MS Management Service AG, Schweiz BB

    Schwarz Hans- Peter, Prof. Dr. DGAP

    Scognamiglio Carlo Aspen

    Segbers Klaus, Prof. Dr. DGAP

    Slater Joseph E. Aspen

    Sommer Theo "Die Zeit" BB

    Späth Lothar, Dr. CDU Aspen

    Späth Friedrich DGAP

    Spethmann Dieter, Prof. Dr. DGAP

    Stabreit Immo, Dr. DGAP

    Stercken Hans, Dr. DGAP

    Stern Fritz, Prof. Aspen

    Stobbe Dietrich Aspen

    Stolpe Manfred SPD, Ministerpräsident Brandenburg, unter Stasi- Verdacht DGAP

    Strube Jürgen BASF AG BB

    Süssmuth Rita, Prof., Dr. CDU, Bundestagspräsidentin, Familienministerium Aspen, DGAP

    Teufel Erwin CDU, Ministerpräsident Baden-Württemberg, MdL BB

    Tidemann Heinrich Siemens, München T

    Tomuschat Christian, Prof. Dr. DGAP

    Umbach Frank DGAP

    Umbricht Victor H. Ciba- Geigy, Schweiz BB

    Vasela Daniel L. Novartis AG, Schweiz, Teilnehmer BB 4.6.99

    Vernet Daniel Institute des Relations Internationales, Le Monde, Paris DGAP, BB

    Verzetnitsch Fredrich Österreichisches Parlament T

    Vita Guiseppe, Dr. DGAP

    Voigt Karsten D. SPD, MdB, Koordinator f. deutsch- amerik. Zusammenarbeit DGAP, T

    Volle Angelika, Dr. DGAP

    Vollmer Antje Grüne, MdB, Bundestagsvizeräsidentin DGAP

    Vranitzky Franz SPÖ, österr. Bundeskanzler, Siemens- Schuckert- Werke, BB

    Nationalbank, Creditanstalt- Bankverein, Finanzminister

    Waigel Theodor, Dr. CSU, MdB, Finanzminister, CDU/CSU- Wirtschaftsausschuß DGAP

    Walter Norbert, Prof. Dr. Chefvolkswirt und Geschäftsführer der DGAP

    Deutsche Bank Research GmbH Frankfurt

    Wegener Henning Nato BB

    Weidenfeld Werner, Prof. Dr. h.c CDU Aspen, DGAP

    Weiss Heinrich SMS, Düsseldorf DGAP, T

    Weizsäcker Richard Freiherr von, Dr. CDU, MdB, Synode der EKD, Weltkirchenrat, Bürgermeister von Berlin, Bundespräsident, Deutscher Evang. Kirchentag, Bergedorfer Gesprächskreis, Theodor-

    Heuss- Stiftung, Bankhaus Waldthausen Co., Mannesmann, Boehringer Ingelheim, Aspen, DGAP

    Widmer Siegmund Zürich BB

    Wienandt Paul, Dr. DGAP

    Wieczorek Norbert Deutscher Bundestag T

    Wischnewski Hans- Jürgen SPD, MdB, ehem. hauptamtlicher Gewerkschaftsfunktionär, ehem.Bundeskanzleramt, ehem.Auswärtiges Amt, Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit, BB

    Wörner Manfred Nato BB

    Wössner Mark, Dr. DGAP

    Wulf- Mathies Monika, Dr. DGAP

    Zimmermann Monika, Dr. DGAP

    Zimmermann Norbert Bernndorf AG, Österreich, Teilnehmer BB 4.6.99


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    Und weiter im Text

    Mit in den Kreis dieser Mafia sind einzubeziehen all diejenigen, die sich im Rahmen des:
    American Council on Germany
    engagieren,
    das heisst gegen deutsche Interessen vorgehen - und ich selbst rechne zu den deutschen Interessen selbstverstaendlich die Bevoelkerung Deutschlands.

    Hier also die Liste der Schaedlinge Deutschlands: (Spender an den ACG)
    (Die Liste ist ganz aktuell)

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    The American Council on Germany

    Und darüber, worüber man dort so spricht - WER mit WEM
    und was alles so dazu gehoert:

    Veranstaltungen Jahr 2005


    December 6
    Discussion and breakfast with Dr. Ulrike Guérot, Senior Transatlantic Fellow at the Berlin Office of the German Marshall Fund of the United States, on “Why Is France Burning? The Challenge of Immigration and Integration in Europe”

    October 27
    Discussion and luncheon with Ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger, Ambassador of Germany to the United States and ACG/A-B Young Leader Alumnus, on “The Future German Government and the Transatlantic Relationship”

    October 25
    Discussion and luncheon with Matthias Wissmann, Member of the Bundestag (CDU) and former Federal Minister, on “The New German Government: Prospects and Challenges”

    October 18
    Discussion and breakfast with Roger Cohen of The New York Times and Peter Schneider, author and journalist, on “Muslims in Europe: The Challenge of Integration”

    October 17
    Discussion and luncheon, in cooperation with the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, with H.E. Dr. Otto Graf Lambsdorff, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation and former Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, on “Picking Up the Pieces: German Coalition Politics After the 2005 Election”

    September 22
    Panel discussion on “At Home and Abroad: The Impact of the 2005 German Federal Election” with Dr. Christoph von Marschall, Washington Correspondent for Der Tagesspiegel; Sascha Müller-Kraenner, Director for Europe/North America at the Heinrich Böll Foundation and 2005 Yale World Fellow; and Dr. Michael Werz, Director of the New York Office of the Hessen Universities Consortium; moderated by William M. Drozdiak, President, American Council on Germany

    September 16
    Discussion and luncheon with Benita Ferrero-Waldner, EU Commissioner for External Relations and the European Neighborhood Policy, on “Europe and the United States: Partners and Complementary Powers”

    September 13
    Discussion and breakfast, sponsored by Alston & Bird LLP, with Dr. John K. Glenn, Director of Foreign Policy at the German Marshall Fund of the United States, on “Public Opinion in Europe and the United States: Where Are We Now?

    September 8
    Discussion and luncheon, in cooperation with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, with Wolfgang Schuster, Mayor of Stuttgart, on “The Role of Cities in the Era of Globalization”

    September 7
    Discussion and breakfast with Karsten Voigt, Coordinator of German-American Cooperation in the Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany

    August 26 - September 2
    XXVII American-German Young Leaders Conference in Munich and Berlin

    August 8
    McCloy Lecture and luncheon with Dr. Peter Struck, German Federal Minister of Defense and Member of the Bundestag (SPD), on “Global Security Challenges Facing Europe and the U.S.”

    July 13
    Discussion and luncheon with Volker Rühe, MdB (CDU), Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee of the German Bundestag and former Federal Defense Minister, Member of the Trilateral Commission on “Europe: A Stronger or Weaker Partner for the U.S.?”

    July 7
    Discussion and luncheon with Friedrich Merz, Member of the Bundestag (CDU), Former Chairman of the CDU/CSU, and Partner, Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw LLP, on “The Crisis in Europe and Germany’s Elections,” with Garrick Utley, Chairman of the American Council on Germany and President of the Levin Institute of International Relations, presiding.

    June 29
    Lecture and book signing, in cooperation with the Leo Baeck Institute, with Roger Cohen, journalist and author of Soldiers and Slaves: American POWs Trapped by the Nazis’ Final Gamble

    June 20
    Panel discussion, in cooperation with the Ebelin and Gerd Bucerius ZEIT Foundation in Hamburg and New York, with Hubert Markl, Professor of Biology at University of Konstanz and former President of the German Research Foundation and of the Max Planck Society, and Debra W. Stewart, President of the Council of U.S. Graduate Schools in Washington, D.C., and former Vice Chancellor of North Carolina State University, on “Battle for the Brains: How the U.S. and Germany Compete for the Best and Brightest,” moderated by Garrick Utley, Chairman of the American Council on Germany and President of the Neil D. Levin Graduate Institute of International Relations and Commerce of the State University of New York

    June 6
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    May 6
    Discussion and luncheon with Ambassador Rockwell Schnabel, U.S. Representative to the European Union, on “U.S.-European Relations in the Second Bush Administration”

    April 14
    Discussion and breakfast with Dr. Jürgen Stark, Deputy Governor of the Deutsche Bundesbank, on “What Next for the Euro, What Next for the European Economy?”

    April 13-17
    Fourth conference of the Young Leaders Study Group on the Future of Europe: Perspectives for European Integration, on “Compromises for the Greater Europe” in Brussels

    April 7
    Discussion and roundtable lunch with Dr. Friedbert Pflüger, MdB, Member of the Federal Executive Committee of the CDU, Foreign Policy Spokesperson for the CDU/CSU in the Bundestag, and Chairman of the Federal Committee on Security Policy of the CDU, on “EU Neighborhood Policy: Ukraine, Turkey, and the Greater Middle East”

    April 5
    Discussion, reception, and dinner with Dr. Friedbert Pflüger, MdB, Member of the Federal Executive Committee of the CDU, Foreign Policy Spokesperson for the CDU/CSU in the Bundestag, and Chairman of the Federal Committee on Security Policy of the CDU, in Washington, D.C.

    April 4
    Discussion and breakfast with Ludwig Stiegler, member of the ESP Executive Committee and Deputy Chairman of the SPD Parliamentary Group, and Joachim Poss, Deputy Chairman of the SPD Group in the Bundestag and Member of the Federal Executive Committee

    March 29
    Discussion and breakfast with Alexander Graf Lambsdorff, member of the European Parliament (FDP)

    March 16
    Annual meeting of the members, discussion and reception with William Drozdiak, incoming President of the American Council on Germany, on “The Winding Road Ahead: The Future of Transatlantic Relations”

    March 3
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    February 17
    Discussion and breakfast with Ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger, Ambassador of Germany to the United States and ACG/A-B Young Leader alumnus,
    “A Conversation with the German Ambassador to the United States”

    February 14
    Discussion and luncheon with Dr. Ulrike Guérot, Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States, Berlin Office, on “European Widening and Deepening and the Impact on Relations with the United States”

    January 28
    Discussion and breakfast, sponsored by Alston & Bird LLP, with Dr. Wilfried Prewo, Chief Executive of the Hannover Chamber of Industry and Commerce and Board Member of the Center for the New Europe in Brussels, on “Germany’s Economic Outlook: How Dismal Is It Really?”

    January 19
    Hail & farewell reception for Bill Drozdiak, incoming President of the American Council on Germany, and Gerry Hamilton, outgoing President

    January 11
    Discussion and breakfast with Dr. Bernd Fischer on “Up, Up, and Away: The Buoyant Euro and Prospects for the European Economy”

    January 10
    Young Leaders discussion and reception with Dr. Renzo Giovanni Avesani, Senior Economist in the International Capital Markets Department, International Monetary Fund, and Dr. Bernd Fischer, Economic Minister, German Embassy in Washington (ACG/A-B Young Leader 1977), on “The Rising Euro: Prospects for the European Economy”


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    Warburg Calendar Jahr 2005

    January 10
    Atlanta Warburg Chapter event with William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Atlanta, on “U.S.-European Relations in the Aftermath of U.S. Elections: Further Estrangement or Reconciliation”

    January 11
    Charlotte Warburg Chapter event with William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, in cooperation with the World Affairs Council of Charlotte, on “U.S.-European Relations in the Aftermath of U.S. Elections: Further Estrangement or Reconciliation?”

    January 12
    Philadelphia Warburg Chapter event with William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, on “Foreign Policy Challenges for Europe and the U.S. in the Greater Middle East: Iran, Iraq, Israel/Palestine”

    January 12
    Pittsburgh Warburg Chapter event with William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, on “Foreign Policy Challenges for Europe and the U.S. in the Greater Middle East: Iran, Iraq, Israel/Palestine”

    January 13
    Pittsburgh Warburg Chapter event with William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, in cooperation with the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh, on “Foreign Policy Challenges for Europe and the U.S. in the Greater Middle East: Iran, Iraq, Israel/Palestine”

    January 14
    Boston Warburg Chapter event with William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, in cooperation with the German Consul General in Boston and the Goethe-Institut Boston, on “Foreign Policy Challenges for Europe and the U.S. in the Greater Middle East: Iran, Iraq, Israel/Palestine”

    January 24
    St. Louis Warburg Chapter event with William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, in cooperation with the University of Missouri’s German Culture Center, on “The Booming Transatlantic Economy: The Key Foundation for the U.S.-European Partnership in the 21st Century”

    January 25
    Phoenix Warburg Chapter event with William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, on “Foreign Policy Challenges for Europe and the U.S. in the Greater Middle East: Iran, Iraq, Israel/Palestine”

    January 26
    San Francisco Warburg Chapter event with William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, in cooperation with the German-American Business Association of California, on “Laying the Foundation for the U.S.-European Partnership in the 21st Century”

    January 27
    San Diego Warburg Chapter event with William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, on “U.S.-European Relations in the Aftermath of U.S. Elections: Further Estrangement or Reconciliation?”

    January 27
    Philadelphia Warburg Chapter event with Franck Biancheri, Director of Studies and Strategy for Europe 2020 and President of TIESWeb and Newropeans, in cooperation with the Foreign Policy Research Institute, the University of Pennsylvania, and Villanova University, on “The United States of Europe: Friend or Foe (Allies or Adversaries)?”

    January 31
    Texas Warburg Chapter event in Dallas with William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, on “The Booming Transatlantic Economy: The Key Foundation for the U.S.-European Partnership in the 21st Century”

    January 31
    Boston Warburg Chapter event with Franck Biancheri, Director of Studies and Strategy for Europe 2020 and President of TIESWeb and Newropeans, on “The EU as a European Democracy? Implications for U.S.-EU Relations”

    February 18
    Minneapolis/St. Paul Chapter event with Wolfgang Vorwerk, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany in Boston, on “The Transatlantic Partnership and the Challenges of the Middle East: Reflections by a German Diplomat”

    February 22
    Boston Warburg Chapter event with Michael Rühle, Head of the Policy Planning and Speech Writing Section of the Political Affairs Division at NATO, in cooperation with the German Consul General in Boston and the German-American Business Council, on “After Iraq: Toward a New Transatlantic Security Consensus”

    February 23
    Philadelphia Warburg Chapter briefing with Michael Rühle, Head of the Policy Planning and Speech Writing Section of the Political Affairs Division at NATO, in cooperation with the Foreign Policy Research Institute, on “After Iraq: Toward a New Transatlantic Security Consensus”

    February 23
    Texas Warburg Chapter event in Dallas with Bryan Mark Rigg, Professor of History at Southern Methodist University, in cooperation with the Dallas Holocaust Museum and the Dallas Goethe Center, on “Moral Responsibility in the Holocaust: The Story of Hitler’s Jewish Soldiers”

    February 24
    Richmond Warburg Chapter event with Michael Rühle, Head of the Policy Planning and Speech Writing Section of the Political Affairs Division at NATO, in cooperation with the University of Richmond, on “After Iraq: Toward a New Transatlantic Security Consensus”

    February 25
    Atlanta Warburg Chapter event with Michael Rühle, Head of the Policy Planning and Speech Writing Section of the Political Affairs Division at NATO, in cooperation with the Goethe Institut Atlanta, on “After Iraq: Toward a New Transatlantic Security Consensus”

    February 28
    St. Louis Warburg Chapter event with Michael Rühle, Head of the Policy Planning and Speech Writing Section of the Political Affairs Division at NATO, in cooperation with the German Culture Center, University of Missouri, on “America and Europe: Mars vs. Venus?”

    March 1
    Minneapolis/St. Paul Warburg Chapter event with Michael Rühle, Head of the Policy Planning and Speech Writing Section of the Political Affairs Division at NATO, on “After Iraq: Toward a New Transatlantic Security Consensus”

    March 9
    San Francisco Warburg Chapter event with Edmund Stoiber, Minister-President of the Free State of Bavaria and Chairman of the Christian Social Union, in cooperation with the German Consulate General in San Francisco and the Hanns Seidel Foundation, on “Transatlantic Business Relations in a Global Economy: Observations from the Heart of Europe”

    March 29
    Atlanta Warburg Chapter event, in cooperation with the EU Center at Georgia Tech, with Sascha Mueller-Kraenner, Director for Europe and North America at the Heinrich Böll Foundation and Senior Adviser at Ecologic, on “Europe’s New Neighborhood: Ukraine, Russia, and the Middle East”

    March 29
    Atlanta Warburg Chapter event, in cooperation with the Goethe Institut Atlanta, with Sascha Mueller-Kraenner, Director for Europe and North America at the Heinrich Böll Foundation and Senior Adviser at Ecologic, on “The European Constitution: What Will Change and What Does It Mean for Europe’s Role in the World?”

    March 30
    Philadelphia Warburg Chapter event with Sascha Mueller-Kraenner, Director for Europe and North America at the Heinrich Böll Foundation and Senior Adviser at Ecologic, on “The Constitutional Framework of the EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy: Impacts for the Transatlantic Partnership

    March 31
    Denver Warburg Chapter event with Sascha Mueller-Kraenner, Director for Europe and North America at the Heinrich Böll Foundation and Senior Adviser at Ecologic, on “The Constitutional Framework of the EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy: Impacts for the Transatlantic Partnership”

    March 31
    St. Louis Chapter luncheon and discussion with Bernd Fischer, Economic Minister and Head of the Economic and Scientific Department at the German Embassy in Washington, D.C., on “Up, Up, and Away: The Buoyant Euro and Prospects for the European Economy”

    April 1
    Texas Warburg Chapter event in Dallas with Sascha Mueller-Kraenner, Director for Europe and North America at the Heinrich Böll Foundation and Senior Adviser at Ecologic, on “The Constitutional Framework of the EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy: Impacts for the Transatlantic Partnership”

    April 1
    Minneapolis/St. Paul Warburg Chapter luncheon and discussion with Bernd Fischer, Economic Minister and Head of the Economic and Scientific Department at the German Embassy in Washington, D.C., on “Agenda 2010: Prospects for Economic and Social Reform in Germany”

    April 4
    Nashville Warburg Chapter event, in cooperation with the Vanderbilt University Departments of History, Political Science, and Jewish Studies, with Andrew Erdmann, former Director for Iran, Iraq, and Strategic Planning for the National Security Council, former Senior Advisor to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq, on “From Washington to Baghdad and Back: Reflections on the Search for Victory and International Consensus in Iraq”

    April 7
    Boston Warburg Chapter event, in cooperation with the Goethe Institut Boston, with Gunter Hofmann, Chief Correspondent at DIE ZEIT, on “Meeting Domestic Challenges: What ‘New Europe’ Can Learn from the United States”

    April 15
    Richmond Warburg Chapter event, “Ties That Divide: A Conference on German-American Relations,” with Wolfgang Ischinger, Ambassador of Germany to the United States; Karsten Voigt, Coordinator of U.S.-German Cooperation at the German Foreign Ministry; and Daniel Hamilton, Professor of Transatlantic Relations at the Johns Hopkins University, in cooperation with the World Affairs Council of Greater Richmond, Virginia Commonwealth University, and the University of Richmond

    April 26
    Boca Raton Warburg Chapter event with Wilfried Prewo, Chief Executive of the Hannover Chamber of Industry and Commerce, on “Germany: On the Road to Recovery?”

    May 3
    Philadelphia Warburg Chapter event with William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, in cooperation with the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, on “U.S.-Europe Relations and Foreign Policy Challenges for a New Era”

    May 5
    Boston Warburg Chapter event with H.E. Roland Koch, Minister-President of the State of Hesse, in cooperation with the Institute for Human Sciences at Boston University, on “Europe and the United States: A View from Germany”

    May 19
    Phoenix Warburg Chapter event with Jean-David Levitte, Ambassador of France to the United States, in cooperation with the World Affairs Council of Arizona, Alliance Francaise, the Phoenix Sister Cities Commission, and the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, on “Insights into French-American Relations”

    June 2
    Philadelphia Warburg Chapter event with Andreas Oldag, New York Correspondent at Süddeutsche Zeitung, in cooperation with the German-American Chamber of Commerce, on “America and Europe: The Hollow Alliance”

    June 6
    Indianapolis Warburg Chapter event with Jörg Himmelreich, Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund in Washington, D.C., in cooperation with the Sagamore Institute, on “The Geostrategic Importance of the Caucusus: U.S. and EU Approaches”

    June 7
    Boston Warburg Chapter event with Nikolaus Schweickart, President and CEO of ALTANA AG, in cooperation with the German-American Business Council and German Consulate General of Boston, on “Competing in a Global Market: The Biotech Case”

    June 8
    Denver Warburg Chapter event with Jörg Himmelreich, Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund in Washington, D.C., on “Russia: A Topic on the Transatlantic Agenda?”

    June 9
    Phoenix Warburg Chapter event with Jörg Himmelreich, Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund in Washington, D.C., on “Russia: A Topic on the Transatlantic Agenda?”

    June 14
    San Francisco Warburg Chapter event with Jürgen Weber of Invest in Germany on “Competing in a Global Economy: The Opportunities and Challenges of Globalization – A View from the Heart of Europe”

    June 21
    Pittsburgh Warburg Chapter event with Jim Cloos, Director of Transatlantic Relations, Latin America, the UN, Human Rights, and Counter-Terr*rism at the General Secretariat of the EU Council of Ministers, in cooperation with the Center for West European Studies/European Union Center at the University of Pittsburgh, on “U.S. and EU: Partners or Competitors?”

    June 21
    Pittsburgh Warburg Chapter event with Jim Cloos, Director of Transatlantic Relations, Latin America, the UN, Human Rights, and Counter-Terr*rism at the General Secretariat of the EU Council of Ministers, on “U.S.-EU Relations and the Impact of the French and Dutch Referenda”

    June 22
    Co-sponsored event with the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations with Jim Cloos, Director of Transatlantic Relations, Latin America, the UN, Human Rights, and Counter-Terr*rism at the General Secretariat of the EU Council of Ministers, on “U.S.-EU Relations and the Impact of the French and Dutch Referenda”

    June 27
    St. Louis Warburg Chapter event with Fr. John Jay Hughes, American Priest and former student of Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, on “Confronted with Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the Strongest Man Capitulates”

    June 29
    Texas Warburg Chapter event in Dallas with Bernd Fischer, Economic Minister and Head of the Economic and Scientific Department at the German Embassy in Washington, D.C., on “Europe in Turmoil? Alas, Rome Was Not Built in a Day”

    July 11
    Wisconsin Warburg Chapter event in Milwaukee with William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, on “The Future of U.S.-European Relations”

    September 8
    Boston Warburg Chapter event with Thomas Fischermann, U.S. Economic Correspondent at DIE ZEIT, on “Elections in Germany – Do the Results Matter for Transatlantic Business?” in cooperation with the Goethe Institut Boston and the German-American Business Council

    September 9
    Atlanta Warburg Chapter event with Karsten Voigt, Coordinator of German-American Cooperation in the Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany, on “The Transatlantic Partnership and the New Geopolitical Context: Will the Upcoming German Election Change the Relationship?” in cooperation with Goethe Institute Atlanta and the Southern Center for International Studies

    September 9
    Atlanta Warburg Chapter event with Karsten Voigt, Coordinator of German-American Cooperation in the Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany, on “Transatlantic Relations Before and After the 2005 German Parliamentary Elections?” in coordination with the Halle Institute

    September 8
    Minneapolis/St. Paul Warburg Chapter event with Levin von Trott zu Solz, former Director of Policy Planning in the Office of German Federal President Horst Köhler, on “Global Challenges: How Can the U.S. and Europe Find Common Ground?”

    September 9
    Texas Warburg Chapter event in Dallas with Levin von Trott zu Solz, former Director of Policy Planning in the Office of German Federal President Horst Köhler, on “2005 German Federal Election: Domestic Political and International Implications”

    September 12
    Philadelphia Warburg Chapter event with Daniel Weygandt, Director of Austrian, German, and Swiss Affairs at the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, on “Germany at a Crossroads,” in cooperation with the Foreign Policy Research Institute

    September 15
    Los Angeles Warburg Chapter panel discussion with Jutta Birmele, Professor of German Studies at California State University, Long Beach; Christian Stocks, German Consul General in Los Angeles; and other experts, on “What is Happening in Germany? Elections September 2005”

    September 19
    St. Louis Warburg Chapter event with Maria Schlafly, Company Administrator for the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis and 2005 ACG Young Leader, on “Postcard from Berlin: An American Perspective on the German Elections”

    September 19
    Denver Warburg Chapter event with T.R. Reid, Denver Bureau Chief at The Washington Post, on “Europe, the New Superpower,” in cooperation with the Denver Council on Foreign Relations

    September 20
    Phoenix Warburg Chapter event with Professor Herbert Häber, Ehemaliges Mitglied des Politbüros und des Zentralkomitees (ZK) der Sozialistischen Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED) der früheren Deutschen Demokratischen Republik (DDR) on “Der Fall des Kommunistischen Weltreichs: Die Sicht eines Insiders aus Deutscher Perspektive,” in cooperation with the Arizona Center for Germanic Cultures, Inc.

    September 27
    Atlanta Warburg Chapter event with Jörg Himmelreich, Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States, on “The Geostrategic Importance of the Caucasus – U.S. and EU Approaches,” in cooperation with the Halle Foundation

    September 27
    Atlanta Warburg Chapter event with Jörg Himmelreich, Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States, on “Germany and the Greater Middle East: A New Policy under a New Administration” in cooperation with the Goethe Institut Atlanta

    September 28
    Boston Warburg Chapter event with Jörg Himmelreich, Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States, on “Germany After the Election: A New German Policy?” in cooperation with the Goethe Institut Boston

    September 29
    Pittsburgh Warburg Chapter event with Jörg Himmelreich, Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States, on “Russia – A Topic of the Transatlantic Agenda?” in cooperation with the University of Pittsburgh

    September 29
    Pittsburgh Warburg Chapter event with Jörg Himmelreich, Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States, on “Germany After the Election: A New German Foreign Policy?”

    September 30
    Minneapolis/St. Paul Warburg Chapter event with Jörg Himmelreich, Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States, on “Russia – A Topic of the Transatlantic Agenda?”

    September 30
    Wisconsin Warburg Chapter event in Milwaukee with Ursula Maennle, Member of the Bavarian State Parliament and Deputy Chairwoman of the Hanns Seidel Foundation, in cooperation with the Hanns Seidel Foundation and the University of Wisconsin and the Institute of World Affairs

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