Why Bankers Rule – 50 year Old Recording EXPOSES ALL!

by Thinker

Life is not what most believe, but if your concerned about the money you keep in the bank, you should know how long it will be there. Life has changed in most countries due to the banking loans for war and destruction. Who owns wars – the bankers, corporations, and governments installed in nations after their destruction. When every nations has the nwo IMF bank installed will be the completion of a nwo.

Council on Foreign Relations

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), founded in 1921, is a United States nonprofit think tank specializing in U.S. foreign policy and international affairs. It is headquartered in New York City, with an additional office in Washington, D.C. Its membership, which numbers 4,900, has included senior politicians, more than a dozen secretaries of state, CIA directors, bankers, lawyers, professors, and senior media figures.

The CFR meetings convene government officials, global business leaders and prominent members of the intelligence and foreign-policy community to discuss international issues. CFR publishes the bi-monthly journal Foreign Affairs, and runs the David Rockefeller Studies Program, which influences foreign policy by making recommendations to the presidential administration and diplomatic community, testifying before Congress, interacting with the media, and publishing on foreign policy issues. A critical study found that of 502 government officials surveyed from 1945 to 1972, more than half were members of the Council.:48 During the Eisenhower administration 40% of the top U.S. foreign policy officials were CFR members (Eisenhower himself had been a council member); under Truman, 42% of the top posts were filled by council members. During the Kennedy administration, this number rose to 51%, and peaked at 57% under the Johnson administration.:62–64

In an anonymous piece called “The Sources of Soviet Conduct” that appeared in Foreign Affairs in 1947, CFR study group member George Kennan coined the term “containment”. William Bundy credited the CFR’s study groups with helping to lay the framework of thinking that led to the Marshall Plan and NATO. Due to new interest in the group, membership grew towards 1,000. Eisenhower would later draw many Cabinet members from CFR ranks and become a CFR member himself. His primary CFR appointment was Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Dulles gave a public address at the Harold Pratt House in New York City in which he announced a new direction for Eisenhower’s foreign policy: “There is no local defense which alone will contain the mighty land power of the communist world. Local defenses must be reinforced by the further deterrent of massive retaliatory power.” After this speech, the council convened a session on “Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy” and chose Henry Kissinger to head it. Kissinger spent the following academic year working on the project at Council headquarters.

In 1962 the group began a program of bringing select Air Force officers to the Harold Pratt House to study alongside its scholars. The Army, Navy and Marine Corps requested they start similar programs for their own officers.

Vietnam created a rift within the organization. When Hamilton Fish Armstrong announced in 1970 that he would be leaving the helm of Foreign Affairs after 45 years, new chairman David Rockefeller approached a family friend, William Bundy, to take over the position. Anti-war advocates within the Council rose in protest against this appointment, claiming that Bundy’s hawkish record in the State and Defense Departments and the CIA precluded him from taking over an independent journal. Some considered Bundy a war criminal for his prior actions. As stated on its website, the CFR’s mission is to be “a resource for its members, government officials, business executives, journalists, educators and students, civic and religious leaders, and other interested citizens in order to help them better understand the world and the foreign policy choices facing the United States and other countries”.

In the context of critical theory on global capitalism, some social scientists name the CFR prominently among an array of elite planning, or policy-making organizations, such as the Trilateral Commission, Hood and Bell, and the Business Roundtable, that they see as working together with other powerful entities across capitalist society in pursuit of common interests. Political scientist William Aviles, for example, includes the CFR among a class of “transnational policy-making institutions” that he contends have worked in tandem with Western governments and international financial institutions such as the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank to “expand free trade, reduce regulations upon the investments of transnational corporations, and accelerate the integration of markets through economic blocs (such as the North American Free Trade Association or the European Union).”There are two types of membership: life, and term membership, which lasts for 5 years and is available to those between 30 and 36. Only U.S. citizens (native born or naturalized) and permanent residents who have applied for U.S. citizenship are eligible.

A One World Order

The CFR started a program in 2008 to last for 5 years and funded by a grant from the Robina Foundation called “International Institutions and Global Governance” which aims to identify the institutional requirements for effective multilateral cooperation in the 21st century. The CFR has sponsored more than fifty reports, including the Independent Task Force on the Future of North America that published report No, 53, titled Building a North American Community, in May 2005. In 2005, Inter Press Service News Agency described CFR as “the nation’s most influential foreign-policy think tank”.This is primarily due to the number of high-ranking government officials (along with world business leaders and prominent media figures) in its membership and the large number of aspects of American foreign policy that its members have been involved with. Echoing the most common accusation, the paleoconservative John Birch Society claims that the CFR is

“Guilty of conspiring with others to build a one world government…”

Members of the CFR’s board of directors include:

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David M. Rubenstein (Chairman) – Cofounder and Co-Chief Executive Officer, The Carlyle Group. Regent of the Smithsonian Institution, chairman of the board for Duke University, co-chair of the board at the Brookings Institution, and president of the Economic Club of Washington.
Blair Effron (Vice Chairman) – Cofounder, Centerview Partners.
Jami Miscik (Vice Chairman) – Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.. Ms. Miscik served as the global head of sovereign risk at Lehman Brothers. She also serves as a senior advisor to Barclays Capital. She currently serves on the boards of EMC Corporation, In-Q-Tel and the American Ditchley Foundation, and is a member of the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board. Before entering the private sector, she had a twenty-year career as an intelligence officer, including a stint as the Central Intelligence Agency’s Deputy Director for Intelligence (2002–2005), and as the Director for Intelligence Programs at the National Security Council (1995–1996).
Richard N. Haass (President) – Former State Department director of policy planning and lead U.S. official on Afghanistan and Northern Ireland (2001–2003), and principal Middle East adviser to President George H.W. Bush (1989–1993).
John P. Abizaid – Senior Partner, JPA Partners LLC. Former General in U.S. Army, who was the longest serving commander for CENTCOM. Chair of West Point’s Combating Terrorism Center. Member of the board of directors of the Fortune 500 United Services Automobile Association (USAA) and holding company RPM International
Zoë Baird – President, The Markle Foundation. Appointed to the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (1994–2000).
Alan S. Blinder – Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Princeton University. Blinder was vice chairman of the Federal Reserve Board (1994–1996), and a member of President Clinton’s original Council of Economic Advisers (1993–1994). He is a member of the Bretton Woods Committee and the Bellagio Group, and a former governor of the American Stock Exchange.
Mary Boies – Counsel, Boies & McInnis LLP, also on the board of the Center for International Studies, International Rescue Committee, Business Executives for National Security, and the dean’s executive committee at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. She has served as a member of the board of directors of MBNA Corporation and MBNA Bank. She was general counsel for the U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board, vice president of CBS Inc., assistant director of the White House Domestic Policy Staff, and counsel to the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee.
David G. Bradley – Chairman, Atlantic Media Company. Founder of the Advisory Board Company and Corporate Executive Board. Member of the board of the New America Foundation.
R. Nicholas Burns – Professor of the Practice of Diplomacy and International Politics, Harvard Kennedy School. Former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs (2005–2008), also U.S. ambassador to NATO for President George W. Bush and to Greece for President Clinton, as well as serving as state department spokesman for Secretaries Warren Christopher and Madeleine Albright. He worked at the National Security Council 1990–1995 on Soviet/Russian affairs for Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton.
Sylvia Mathews Burwell – President, American University. Former United States Secretary of Health and Human Services (2014–2017) under President Barack Obama.
Ashton B. Carter – Director, Belfer Center at the Harvard Kennedy School. Former United States Secretary of Defense (2015–2017) under President Barack Obama.
Sylvia Mathews Burwell – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Yumanity Therapeutics.
David M. Cote – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Honeywell.
Steven A. Denning – Chairman, General Atlantic, on the Board of Thomson-Reuters. Chairman of the board of trustees of Stanford University and co-chair of the board of directors of The Nature Conservancy. Trustee emeritus of The Brookings Institution.
Laurence D. Fink – Chairman and Chef Executive Officer BlackRock.
Timothy Geithner – President, Warburg Pincus. Geithner served as 75th United States Secretary of the Treasury.
James P. Gorman – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Morgan Stanley.
Stephen Hadley – Principal, RiceHadley Gates. He was the 21st National Security Advisor.
J. Tomilson Hill – Vice Chairman, The Blackstone Group. President and CEO of Blackstone Alternative Asset Management (BAAM). Formerly an executive specializing in mergers and acquisitions at First Boston and Smith Barney, he later joined Lehman Brothers as a partner, where he was the head of their investment banking division.
Susan Hockfield – President emerita of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Donna J. Hrinak – President, Boeing Brazil, The Boeing Company. Hrinak was formerly the vice president of global public policy and government affairs at PepsiCo, Inc., and also served as U.S. ambassador to four countries: Brazil, Venezuela, Bolivia, and the Dominican Republic, and as deputy assistant secretary of state for Mexico and the Caribbean.
Shirley Ann Jackson – President, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Jackson was appointed to serve on President Obama’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (2009), and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appointed her to the International Security Advisory Board to the Department of State (2011). She was formerly chairman of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (1995–1999). Dr. Jackson is a trustee of the Brookings Institution, a regent of the Smithsonian Institution, and a member of the executive committee of the Council on Competitiveness. She also serves on the board of directors of NYSE Euronext, IBM, FedEx, Marathon Oil, Medtronic, and PSEG.
James Manyika – Director (Senior Partner), McKinsey & Company, Director, McKinsey Global Institute.
William H. McRaven – Chancellor, University of Texas System.
Janet Napolitano – President, University of California, former U.S. Attorney (1993–1997), Attorney General of Arizona (1999–2003), Governor of Arizona (2003–2009), and President Barack Obama’s first Homeland Security Secretary (2009–2013).
Eduardo J. Padrón – President, Miami Dade College. Dr. Padrón is a past board chair of the Association of American Colleges and Universities and of the American Council on Education. He also serves on the boards of the Business-Higher Education Forum, the College Board Advocacy & Policy Center, and the International Association of University Presidents. Padrón also previously served on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
John Paulson – President, Paulson & Co.
Richard L. Plepler – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, HBO.
Ruth Porat – Chief Financial Officer, Alphabet and Google. Porat is also a member of the U.S. Treasury’s Borrowing Advisory Committee. She is vice chair of Stanford University’s board of trustees, a member of the board of trustees of the Economic Club of New York, a member of the Bretton Woods Committee, and a member of the business committee of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Laurene Powell Jobs – Founder and President, Emerson Collective.
James G. Stavridis – Dean, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
Margaret Warner – Senior Correspondent, PBS NewsHour, previously reported for The Wall Street Journal.
Vin Weber – Partner, Mercury. Formerly member of the United States House of Representatives (1981–1993), representing Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District, where he was a member of the Appropriations Committee, former chairman of the National Endowment for Democracy.
Daniel Yergin – Vice Chairman, IHS Markit.
Fareed Zakaria – Host, CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS. Editor at large of Time Magazine, and a regular Washington Post columnist. From 2000 to 2010, Zakaria was the editor of Newsweek International, and managing editor of Foreign Affairs from 1992–2000.

Two Governments Per Nation?

Who is really running the country you live in? Do you really know? Who do your soldiers fight for? The revolving doors of world governments for one purpose and actions continue to say it isn’t about hunger, homelessness, education, peace. More weapons and more war, is that what the CFR is working for?

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