Reprinted from SPOTLIGHT 22 OCT 90. by Michael Collins Piper.
Who's behind the 'New World Order' which Pres George Bush and his
Establishment allies have been promoting? First things first. Its not really a
The grand design for a new world order has been in the works for
decades: It was the original premise upon which the ill fated League of
Nations was conceived and, later the basis upon which the United Nations was
Only now, however, as a result of the crisis in the Middle East, have those
who have been scheming for a new world order begun to talk publicly of their
ultimate aim: one world government.
This is because it has taken them until
now to see their globalist dream placed within their reach.
A lot of key players in global affairs have been in the forefront of the drive
for a new world order, but foremost among them are the members of the Council
on Foreign Relations (CFR).
As early as 1974 the CFR launched its '1980's Project' which had as its aim
'nothing less than the creation of a new global political and economic system
to replace the existing one'.
That is, a new world order.
This is the
assessment of Professors Laurence H Shoup and William Minter, writing in their
landmark study of the CFR, "Imperial study of the CFR and United States
(Monthly Review Press, 1977).
To understand how U.S. foreign policy is conducted, you have to understand the
CFR. Some go so far as to say that the CFR is "Americas secret government".
What is the CFR?
Formally headquartered in New York, the CFR's membership constitutes a wide
ranging array of powerful individuals (including members of the Rockefeller
family) who operate in the Rockefeller sphere of influence.
major figures in the media, academia and the corporate, legal and financial
There is also a significant number of government officials (both
elected and appointed) who serve as CFR members.
According to author Ferdinand Lundberg, writing in THE ROCKEFELLER SYNDROME
(Lyle Stuart, Inc 1975) "The people associated with the CFR include just about
all who have a direct ownership stake in the external economic and financial
instrumentalities that service the American market.
"They know long before
the average citizen does when these instrumentalities are being threatened or
The maintenance of peace, of course, is important.
there are times when one may have to fight for one's vital interests"
As shown by this quote, the CFR plays a major role in deciding whether America
goes to war. Today, as the United States stands on the brink of catastrophe in
the Middle East, it is members of the CFR who are deciding when and if America
should go to war.
A chart, not included in this report, shows that the key
policy making positions in the Bush administration (particularly in the realm
of foreign policy) are occupied by CFR members.
The CFR publishes the quarterly journal FOREIGN AFFAIRS, and conducts regular