If you agree that it’s wrong to have members of the Council on Foreign Relations in positions throughout the federal government to manipulate and force the government into doing what the globalists want done in order to implement one-world government and completely destroy America, some suggestions for action to take are listed below. Add some of your own suggestions!
How to Fight Back!
1. Members in the Council on Foreign Relations include both individuals and corporations. Most individual members became members as a result of creating a product or corporation that made them very wealthy, thus attracting the attention of the Council on Foreign Relations.
A corporation usually makes money by selling products. If they sell a lot of products, then upper management will frequently become wealthy, which allows them to join all sorts of groups and organizations, both good and bad. If a corporation isn’t selling products, upper management will be less likely to become wealthy and support other groups and organizations.
Here is a partial list of corporations that support the New World Order. It contains many well-known names. The list also includes the list of corporations that are members of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Look carefully at the list of corporate members and determine if you use any of their products. If you do, can you purchase a similar product from a corporation that does not support the New World Order?
This is a listing of Made in the USA companies, as well as other websites that list additional Made in the USA companies. When you find a company you want to do business with, make sure to check it against the partial list of corporations supporting New World Order.
2. If a corporation is a public corporation, it also makes money by selling shares of stock in the corporation. If a corporation can’t sell shares of its stock, there will be an adverse affect on the ability of the corporation to continue operating. If you own stocks or bonds in corporations, review your portfolio to determine if you own stock in any corporate members of the Council on Foreign Relations. If so, can you liquidate them?