The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)


The advancements of the industrial revolution opened its doors to three uniquely connected entrepreneurs in America. They were Andrew Carnegie for steel business, Henry Ford for automobiles and John D. Rockefeller an oil magnate. Moreover, alleged news came out that CFR stands for Carnegie, Ford and Rockefeller. Furthermore, the triad was able to share their financial holdings in New York City on July 1921.

The CFR logo portrays a man riding on a white horse doing a signature Masonic salute and the inscribed Latin word on the bottom means “everywhere”. In connection to this the New York CFR and London’s Royal Institute are known allies of the Round Table Groups. Also, we can derive that the same banking professionals, who were responsible for establishing the Federal Reserve in 1913 were the ones who funded the Council on Foreign Relations through tax exempted organizations. Evidently, the purpose of the Royal Institute and the CFR is to promote a totalitarian government, which was further intensified by James Warburg, a banking tycoon and CFR member that a one government must be achieved by force or through “peaceful” agreements.

Unfortunately, the CFR dictates a carefully written script to the media as it presents news to the world.


The Round Table Movement: An Unrevealed Alliance

ImageThe Round Table Groups are one of the most powerful hidden assemblages in the west. Cecil Rhodes, business tycoon and Prime Minister of Cape Colony was not a brainchild of this group; however he assisted to ensure that their operations will run smoothly. In the year 1966, Carrol Quigley, History professor of Georgetown University was able to cite the Round Table Group’s agenda in his authored document entitled “Tragedy and Hope”.  A member of the enigmatic secret society financed Quigley’s work and gave him a means of entry to the Round Table Group’s official records in order to produce an internal written material.