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CFR is the Illuminati

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Submitter: [anonymous]

Category: Political

Exhibition Date: 2018-08-09 11:47:45 MST

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According to the Illuminati, the Council on Foreign Relations is the American branch of the conspiracy to take over the world and create a world government. The leaders of this group, as well as the leaders of the nation, are all members of the Illuminati and play integral roles in the groups' mission. The Council was founded in 1921 by President Woodrow Wilson's chief advisor, Edward Mandell House. He allegedly wielded a great deal of power during the Wilson Administration and as a Marxist, he hoped to create a socialist society in the United States.
The CFR allegedly was created by House and his associates to destroy freedom and independence in the United States. Key financing for the Council came from the Rockefeller and Carnegie Foundations in the 1920s, and in the 1940s, Roosevelt invited CFR members to take over important positions in the State Department. They allegedly have retained domination during the past 60 years.

Carroll Quigley, Bill Clinton's mentor at Georgetown University and a member of the CFR, claimed in his book "Tragedy & Hope":

"The CFR is the American Branch of a society which originated in England, and which believes that national boundaries should be obliterated, and a one-world rule established."
Rear Admiral Chester Ward, a former member of the CFR for 16 years, explained:

"The most powerful clique in these elitist groups have one objective in common -- they want to bring about the surrender of the sovereignty of the national independence of the United States. A second clique of international members in the CFR comprises the Wall Street international bankers and their key agents. Primarily, they want the world banking monopoly from whatever power ends up in the control of global government."
Dan Smoot, a former member of the FBI Headquarters staff in Washington D.C., explained the Council's purpose:

"The ultimate aim of the CFR is to create a one--world socialist system, and to make the U.S. an official part of it."
For decades, presidential candidates have been members of the Illuminati, making it virtually impossible for the country to elect a non-Illuminati leader. Allegedly, President Kennedy became disloyal to the CFR just before his assassination. The Illuminati have influence not only in the politics of the United States, but in popular culture as well. CFR members supposedly control NBC, CBS, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and other important newspapers. Time, Newsweek, Fortune and Business Weekly allegedly are led by CFR members; these Illuminati also dominate academia, corporate America, tax-exempt foundations, labor unions and the military.

Though CFR members dominate almost all facets of American life, they are not a well-known group because the journalists and communications executives involved with the Council do not disclose its existence. The news media remains silent regarding the activities of the CFR, so the American people have no way to be informed about this menacing presence in their government and society. The Illuminati in the United States are protected by virtue of the types of people who claim membership. The CFR not only influences decisions made in the higher echelons of the U.S. government, but also finances interest groups which put appropriate pressure on government agencies and officials.

The main headquarters of the CFR is at the corner of Park Avenue and 68th Street in New York City. The building was donated to the Council by the Rockefeller family in 1929 and the organization's main goal remains to destroy the freedom and independence of the United States. David Rockefeller continues to act as the Chairman of its Board of Directors.

http://people.virginia.edu/~sfr/enam481/groupa/illumus.html

Keywords: Council on Foreign Relations Obama

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