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06.05.2022 Feature Article

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR:) Connecting the dots

The Council on Foreign Relations CFR: Connecting the dots
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It’s interesting when you find the same power people are here and there and everywhere in the circle of political influence.

When you watch the documentary “Monopoly, Who Owns the World?” by Tim Gielen – you begin to notice the same names popping up.

But what’s more disconcerting is the same elites being leaders, followers, or supporters of the Great Reset (aka New World Order). “You’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy” proclaims Klaus Schwab, Founder of the World Economic Forum (WEF). The members of the global cabal of communism and censorship are coming out of the woodwork. Why are they so proud of derailing democracy?

The following are but a few listed on the CFR website:

George Soros and Jonathan Soros are buddies with Klaus Schwab, Founder of WEF.

Susan C. Schwab is a member of the CFC and the WEF. See her photo on the WEF website.

Laurence D. Fink is Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of BlackRock and joined the World Economic Forum Board of Trustees.

Sheri Fink is a correspondent at The New York Times – a newspaper that is featured on the WEF website.

David Rockefeller Jr., John D. Rockefeller IV, Nicholas Rockefeller, Steven C. Rockefeller, Susan Cohn Rockefeller, Valerie Rockefeller – a family of wealthy elites.

“Whatever the price of the Chinese Revolution, it has obviously succeeded, not only in producing more efficient and dedicated administration, but also in fostering a high morale and community propose. The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao's leadership is one of the most important and successful in human history.” (David Rockefeller, New York Times, 1973.)

“Some even believe we (the Rockefeller family) are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as 'internationalists' and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure - one world, if you will. If that's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.” –

David Rockefeller

William Clinton and Chelsea Clinton are members of CFR and WEF. See their smiling faces on the WEF website.

What is the CFR?

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is a leading foreign policy organization in Washington D.C with individual and corporate membership. With over 5,000 members, the institution’s ranks include top government officials, scholars, lawyers, nonpofit professionals, journalists, educators, religious leaders, and business executives, as reported on the website.

The website states the CFR’s Corporate Program provides a unique forum for private-sector leaders to interact with decision-makers from government, media, nongovernmental organizations, and academia to discuss issues at the intersection of business and foreign policy. The Corporate Program includes120 global member companies from sectors ranging from financial services to health care and manufacturing. Corporate membership is available at three levels: Founders ($100,000), President’s Circle ($75,000), and Affiliates ($40,000).

“Open exclusively to CFR’s corporate members, the Corporate Conference provides candid, executive-level dialogue on pressing issues affecting the private sector.” Media can attend on-the-record events via permission. The CFR holds one thousand annual events, according to the website information.

In other words, it’s an exclusive club for the wealthy members of government and private corporation members – where secret conversations are shared with each other, but not with the public – not with the voters.

Three of the topics include: Defense and Security, Diplomacy and International Institutions, Politics and Government. The CFR divides the world into 7 main regions.

Here’s my question: Do corporations in the private sector have access to information shared in the above topics? Isn’t U.S. Defense and Security top secret information?

“CFR’s Local Journalists initiative equips journalists with the resources needed to draw connections between global dynamics and the local issues they cover, in order to elevate conversations on U.S. foreign policy choices and increase civic engagement,” according to the website.

Hmmm. Aren’t journalists supposed to draw their own conclusions apart from the government and corporations?

“Superclass: The Global Power Elite and the World They Are Making” is a 2008 book by David Rothkopf. “Taking us from the corporate boardrooms of America’s most powerful companies to a dinner meeting with Russia’s most notorious oligarch, from the secretive meetings of the Trilateral Commission and the Bohemian Grove to China’s upstart Boao Forum for Asia, Rothkopf draws back the curtain on a privileged society that most of us know little about, even though it profoundly affects our everyday lives,” – the book’s description.

Citizens, are you connecting the dots about a group of megalomaniacs that want to create a world empire – and they are the kings and queens. And we are the peasants.

Melissa Martin, Ph.D., is a syndicated opinion-editorial columnist. She lives in USA.

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