As unbelievable as it sounds, as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton (a CFR) admitted that the Council on Foreign Relations unofficially runs the State Department, The Council also controls the entire executive branch of the federal government, regardless of which party is in the White House. In the video below, Clinton is giving a 2009 speech at the Council on Foreign Relation’s new Washington office. Clinton referred to the CFR’s New York City headquarters as the “mother ship” and was glad a Washington office close to the State Department had been opened, making it easier to be “told what we should be doing and how we should think.”

As difficult as that may be to believe, the State Department has an advisory board that provides it with “independent advice and opinion” about U. S. foreign policy. The Foreign Affairs Policy Board was created in December 2011. Of the 25 original members, 22 members (88%), were members of the Council on Foreign Relations, including one of its current co-chairmen (Carla Hills). The other three members names could not be found on any partial membership lists for the CFR, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t also members. The current list of members includes 17 CFR members (85%). The other three member names could not be found on any partial membership lists for the CFR, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t also members. It’s unknown if the membership list is a complete list of current members since there can be 25 members on the Board. If the CFR doesn’t control the State Department, why was the Foreign Affairs Policy Board created in the first place, and staffed almost exclusively with CFR members including the most recent co-chairman? How can they provide “independent advice and opinion” if they belong to the same anti-American secret society? It’s interesting to note that the CFR publishes a magazine titled Foreign Affairs.

In 1939, the Council on Foreign Relations created its War and Peace Studies project to advise the government on wartime policy. Some CFR members of the project spent part of each week working at the State Department. The president of the CFR, Norman H. Davis, chaired the steering committee in charge of the project. Previously Davis had been Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, and Under Secretary of State. The project was funded by the Rockefeller Foundation (a NWO org). Why would the federal government take advice from an organization that is dedicated to destroying the government? Perhaps because President Roosevelt and other members of his administrations were members of the CFR.

The Bilderberg Group, another secret society, has been choosing the president and vice president since Bill Clinton (BB, CFR, TC) was elected president in 1992. In 1991, Bill Clinton was an unknown governor of a southern state, running for president. Then, he attended the Bilderberg Group meeting where he met David Rockefeller (BB, CFR, TC), the only member of the Bilderberg Group’s Member Advisory Group. Rockefeller asked Clinton what he thought about NAFTA, which Clinton hadn’t heard of. Rockefeller explained why it was important to the Bilderberg Group, and Clinton replied that if it was important to the Bilderbergs, it was important to him. Eighteen months later Clinton was elected president. On January 1, 1994, NAFTA became law. NAFTA has been very damaging to the United States, but very profitable for special interests.

It is now an accepted ritual in the process of running for president for Republican hopefuls to make a pilgrimage to the revered (or reviled, depending on your opinion) Bilderberg Group kingmaker Henry Kissinger (BB, CFR, TC), former Secretary of State and National Security Advisor, to get his blessing. In 2009, then National Security Advisor James Jones (BB), a retired 4-star Marine Corps General, gave a speech in Germany in which he said, “As the most recent National Security Advisor of the United States, I take my daily orders from Dr. Kissinger, filtered down through Generaal Brent Scowcroft (CFR) and Sandy Berger (CFR), who is also here. We have a chain of command in the National Security Council that exists today.”  Kissinger was not a government employee at the time. Why was he controlling the National Security Advisor that reports directly to the president? Is this still going on?

In 2012, then Defense Secretary Leon Panetta (CFR) testified before Congress that the UN and NATO tell the U. S. military what to do, NOT the Congress as stated in the Constitution! And Congress did nothing in response to that statement! Why? Perhaps because  78% of them are Communists and/or traitors that belong to the same secret societies in control. The Departments of State, Treasury, and War (Defense) were created in 1789, as was the position of Attorney General. The Department of War was renamed the Department of Defense in 1947. The order of succession to the presidency is the Vice President is No. 1, the Speaker of the House is No. 2, the President Pro Tempore of the Senate is No. 3, the Secretary of State is No. 4, the Secretary of the Treasury is No. 5, the Secretary of Defense is No. 6, and the Attorney General is No. 7. More than 40% of the cabinet secretaries are members of secret societies, predominantly the Council on Foreign Relations. Other cabinet members could also be members of secret societies, but their names haven’t been found on any partial membership lists. The goal of all secret societies is the destruction of the United States by eliminating national sovereignty. This is a definition of treason. Therefore, any member of a secret society is a traitor to the United States, no matter what position in government that person occupies,.  If the president (except in 2016) and vice president are both chosen by the Bilderberg Group; the Secretaries of State, Treasury, and Defense are almost always members of the Council on Foreign Relations; the Attorney General is frequently a CFR; and the State Department’s Foreign Affairs Policy Board is almost 90% CFR members, the government is obviously controlled by foreign entities who think they are above the law.


Some of the secret society federal employees that have worked for the government during the Trump Administration —

Government OfficePositionTerm of ServiceNameBilderberg GroupCouncil On Foreign RelationsTrilateral CommissionComments
Some of the current employees of the Trump presidency--
Commerce DepartmentSecretary2017 - presentWilbur RossYes
Assistant Secretary of Commerce -- Global Markets2017 - presentElizabeth Erin WalshYes
Director General of United States Commercial Service2017 - presentElizabeth Erin WalshYes
Under Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration2017 - presentMira RicardelYes
Defense DepartmentSecretary2017 - presentJames N. MattisYes
Deputy Defense Secretary2017 - presentPat ShanahanYes
National War College faculty member2017 - presentAmanda J. Dory YesDory previously was the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for African Affairs in the Office of the Secretary of Defense

She is a career member of the Senior Executive Service, having joined the department in 1994
Secretary of the Air Force2017 - presentHeather WilsonYes
Energy DepartmentSecretary2017 - presentRick PerryYesYes
Federal ReserveChairman2014 - presentJanet YellenYesHoldover from the Obama administration
Board of Governors Member2014 - presentLael BrainardYesYesHoldover from the Obama administration

Married to Kurt M. Campbell

Former Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs
Securities and Exchange CommissionSEC Chairman2017 - presentJay ClaytonYes
Small Business AdministrationAdministrator2017 - presentLinda McMahonYes
State DepartmentSecretary2017 - PresentRex TillersonYes
Ambassador2017 - PresentJon Huntsman, Jr.YesYesAmbassador to Russia

Former Chairman of the Atlantic Council

Former governor of Utah

Former ambassador to China
2017 - PresentRobert Wood "Woody" JohnsonYesAmbassador to the United Kingdom
Foreign Affairs Policy Board Chairman2011 - PresentStrobe TalbottYesYesHoldover from the Obama administration

President of the Brookings Institution

Former Deputy Secretary of State
Foreign Affairs Policy Board Member2014 - PresentR. Nicholas BurnsYesYesHoldover from the Obama administration

Current member of the Board of Directors of the Council on Foreign Relations
2014 - PresentJohnnie CarsonYesHoldover from the Obama administration
2014 - PresentStephen A. CheneyYesHoldover from the Obama administration

U. S. Marine Corps Brigadier General, retired
2014 - PresentNelson CunninghamYesHoldover from the Obama administration
2014 - PresentKaren DonfriedYesHoldover from the Obama administration
2014 - PresentAnne M. FinucaneYesHoldover from the Obama administration
2011 - PresentStephen HadleyYesHoldover from the Obama administration

Current member of the Board of Directors of the Council on Foreign Relations
2011 - PresentJane HarmanYesHoldover from the Obama administration
2011 - PresentCarla HillsYesHoldover from the Obama administration

Former Co-chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations
2011 - PresentRobert KaganYesHoldover from the Obama administration
2011 - PresentMike MullenYesYesHoldover from the Obama administration

U. S. Navy Admiral, retired

Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
2011 - PresentVali NasrYesHoldover from the Obama administration
2011 - PresentJohn NegroponteYesYesHoldover from the Obama administration

Former Deputy Secretary of State

Former Director of National Intelligence
2014 - presentJoseph NyeYesYesHoldover from the Obama administration
2011 - PresentTom PickeringYesYesHoldover from the Obama administration

Former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs

Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations
2011 - PresentAnne-Marie SlaughterYesYesHoldover from the Obama administration

Former State Department Director of Policy Planning
Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization2017 - presentKay Bailey HutchisonYes
Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security2012 - presentRose GottemoellerYesHoldover from the Obama administration
Transportation DepartmentSecretary2017 - presentElaine ChaoYes
Treasury DepartmentSecretary2017 - presentSteve MnuchinYes
Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs2017 - presentDavid MalpassYes
White HouseCouncil of Economic Advisers Chairman2017 - presentKevin HassettYes
Deputy Assistant to the President and Senior Director for National Security Strategy2017 - presentNadia SchadlowYesYesHer husband, Philip Michael Murphy, is an employee of the Rubenstein media relations firm. The executive vice president of Rubenstein is Nancy Haberman. Nancy's daughter is New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman.

National Security Adviser McMaster has been accused of leaking information to the media. How difficult would that be for him to do?

This position is part of the National Security Council.
Director of Media Affairs 2017 - presentHelen Aguirre FerréYes
President's Homeland Security Advisory CouncilCurrent memberLee H. HamiltonYesHoldover from the Obama administration

He was vice chair of the 9/11 Commission
President's Intelligence Advisory Board Chair2014 - presentJudith A. MiscikYesYesHoldover from the Obama administration
Senior Counselor to the President for Economic Initiativesand Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategy2017 - presentDina Habib PowellYesYes
Special Assistant to the President and Associate Counsel to the President2017 - presentSchuyler SchoutenYes
Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Asia 2017 - presentMatthew PottingerYesThis position is a member of the National Security Council.
Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Europe and Russia2017 - presentFiona HillYesThis position is a member of the National Security Council.
Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Gulf States2017 - presentJoel RayburnYesThis position is a member of the National Security Council.
Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Issues 2017 - presentChristopher FordYesThis position is a member of the National Security Council.
Strategic Initiatives for the White House Strategic Development Group Director2017 - presentChris LiddellYesYes
Trade Representative2017 - presentRobert LighthizerYes
Some of the former employees during Trump's presidency--
Commerce DepartmentAmerican Manufacturing Council Chair2017Andrew LiverisYesYes
Federal ReserveVice Chair2014 - 2017Stanley FischerYesYesYesHoldover from the Obama administration

Former Governor of the Bank of Israel

Former First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund

Former Chief Economist of the World Bank
White HouseDeputy Assistant to the President for International Economic Affairs2017Kenneth JusterYesYesThis position is part of the National Security Council
Deputy National Security Advisor2017Kathleen Troia “KT” McFarlandYes
National Economic Council Chair2017 - presentGary D. CohnYes He was the President and COO of Goldman Sachs
National Security Advisor2017 - presentH. R. McMasterYes Yes
President’s Strategic and Policy Forum Chairman2017Stephen A. SchwarzmanYes
President’s Strategic and Policy Forum Member2017Jamie DimonYes
2017Laurence D. FinkYes
2017W. James McNerney Jr. Yes
2017Indra NooyiYesYes
2017Virginia M. RomettyYes
2017Kevin WarshYes
2017John (Jack) F. Welch Jr.Yes
2017Daniel YerginYesYesYes
White House Communications Director2017Anthony ScaramucciYes
Some of the current Judiciary employees during Trump's presidency--
U. S. Federal Judiciary Judge1985 - presentLaurence H. SilbermanYesUnited States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
U. S. Supreme Court Justice1994 - presentStephen Gerald BreyerYes
1993 - presentRuth Bader GinsburgYes

Some of the secret society Executive Branch federal employees prior to Trump —

Government Department or AgencyPositionTerm of ServiceNameBilderberg GroupCouncil On Foreign RelationsTrilateral CommissionComments
9/11 Commission Co-chair2002 - 2004Thomas Kean, Sr.Yes
2002 - 2004Lee H. HamiltonYes
Agriculture DepartmentSecretary2009 - 2017Tom VilsackYes
2001 - 2005Ann M. VenemanYesYes
1995 - 2001Daniel Robert GlickmanYesYes
Central Intelligence AgencyCIA Agent1950 - 1954Tom BradenYes
1951 - 1960William BundyYesYesBrother to McGeorge Bundy
Central Intelligence Deputy Director1992 - 1995William O. StudemanYes
CIA Deputy Director for Intelligence1983 - 2005Jami MiscikYesCurrently is President and Vice-Chairman of Kissinger Associates, Inc.
CIA Director2012 - 2013Michael Morell Yes
2011 - 2012David PetraeusYesYesU. S. Army General (4 star), retired

Former head of CENTCOM
2009 - 2011Leon PanettaYes
2006 - 2009Michael HaydenYesU. S. Air Force General, retired
2005 - 2006Porter GossYesFormer Congressman from Florida
Central Intelligence Director2004 - 2005Porter GossYesFormer Congressman from Florida
1997 - 2004George J. TenetYes
1995 - 1996John M. DeutchYesYesYes
1993 - 1995James WoolseyYes
1991 - 1993Robert M. GatesYesYes
1987 - 1991William H. WebsterYesYes
1981 - 1987William J. CaseyYes
1977 - 1981Stansfield TurnerYesU. S. Navy Admiral, retired
1976 - 1977George H. W. BushYes
1973 - 1976William E. ColbyYes
1973James SchlesingerYes
1966 - 1973Richard HelmsYes
1961 - 1965John A. McConeYes
1953 - 1961Allen W. DullesYesFormer President of the CFR
1950 - 1953Walter B. SmithYes
Commerce DepartmentSecretary2013 - 2017Penny Sue PritzkerYesMember of the Board of Directors of the CFR
1993 - 1996Ron BrownYes
1976 - 1977Elliot L. RichardsonYesYes
1972 - 1973Peter G. PetersonYes
1946 - 1948W. Averell HarrimanYes
Export Promotion and Trade Policy Senior Director2009 - 2012Joe HurdYesYes
Under Secretary of Commerce1977 - 1978Sidney HarmanYes
Defense DepartmentAssistant Secretary of War (Defense)1994 - 2001Kenneth BaconYes
1994 - 1995Joseph Nye YesNorth American Chairman of the Trilateral Commission
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Policy and Plans1993 - 1994Graham AllisonYesYesHe is currently Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, and Douglas Dillon Professor of Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
1989 - 1993Stephen J. HadleyYes
1941 - 1945John J. McCloy YesFormer Chairman of the CFR, 1953 - 1970
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff1989 - 1993Colin L. PowellYesYes
Deputy Secretary of Defense2001 - 2005Paul WolfowitzYes
1997 - 2000John J. HamreYesCurrently President and CEO of Center for Strategic and International Studies
Deputy Undersecretary of Defense1985 - 1987Dov S. ZakheimYes
Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman2007 - 2011Michael G. MullenYesU. S. Navy Admiral, retired
National Security Agency Director1999 - 2005Michael HaydenYesU. S. Air Force General, retired
1988 - 1992William O. StudemanYesU. S. Navy Vice Admiral, retired
Pentagon Foreign Policy Advisor2003 - 2004Dan SenorYes
Secretary2015 - 2017Ashton CarterYesYes
2013 - 2015Chuck HagelYesYes
2011 - 2013Leon PanettaYes
2006 - 2011Robert M. GatesYesYes
2001 - 2006Donald RumsfeldYesYes
1997 - 2001William S. CohenYesYes
1994 - 1997William J. PerryYesYes
1993 - 1994Les AspinYes
1989 - 1993Richard CheneyYesYesVice President of the United States 2001 - 2009
1987 - 1989Frank CarlucciYesYes
1981 - 1987Caspar Weinberger YesYes
1977 - 1981Harold BrownYesYesCounselor and Trustee, Center for Strategic and International Studies
1975 - 1977Donald RumsfeldYesYes
1973 - 1975James R. SchlesingerYes
1973Eliot L. RichardsonYesYes
1969 - 1973Melvin R. LairdYes
1961 - 1968Robert McNamara YesYesYesFormer President of the World Bank
1959 - 1961Thomas S. Gates, Jr.Yes
1957 - 1959Neil H. McElroyYes
1953 - 1957Charles E. WilsonYes
1951 - 1953Robert A. LovettYes
1950 - 1951George C. MarshallYesA famous World War II Army general, The Marshall Plan, officially the European Recovery Program, was named after him.
1947 - 1949James V. ForrestalYesThe first Secretary of Defense. Previously the department was called the War Department.
1945 - 1947Robert P. PattersonYesSecretary of War; President of the Council on Foreign relations
1940 - 1945Henry L. StimsonYesSecretary of War, because the department was still called the War Department
Secretary of the Navy1969 - 1972John ChafeeYes
1963 - 1967Paul NitzeYes
Under Secretary of Defense1994 - 2001Walter B. SlocombeYes
Under Secretary of Defense for Policy2009 - 2012Michèle FlournoyYesSenior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Education DepartmentSecretary1991 - 1993Lamar AlexanderYesFormer Governor of Tennessee
Energy DepartmentLos Alamos National Laboratory Director1970 - 1979Harold AgnewYes
Deputy Secretary2014 - 2017Elizabeth Sherwood-RandallYesSister of Co-President, Disney/ABC Television Group Ben Sherwood
Secretary2013 - 2017Ernest J. MonizYes
1998 - 2001Bill RichardsonYesYes
1977 - 1979James R. SchlesingerYes
1979 - 1981Charles W. DuncanYes
EPA Administrator2001 - 2003Christine Todd WhitmanYesYesFormer Governor of New Jersey
1983 - 1985William D. RuckelshausYesYes
1970 - 1973William D. RuckelshausYesYes
Federal Reserve Bank of DallasPresident and CEO2005 - 2015Richard W. FisherYesYes
Federal Reserve Bank of New YorkPresident1985 - 1993E. Gerald CorriganYesCurrently the Managing Director, Goldman, Sachs & Co.
1975 - 1979Paul VolckerYesYesYes
Vice President1954 - 1959John Exter Yes
Federal Reserve Chairman1987 - 2006Alan GreenspanYesYesYes
1979 - 1987Paul VolckerYesYesYesFormer North American Chairman of the Trilateral Commission
Vice Chairman1996 - 1999Alice RivlinYes
Health and Human ServicesSecretary2014 - 2017Sylvia BurwellYesYes
2009 - 2014Kathleen SebeliusYesFormer Governor of Kansas
2001 - 2005Tommy G. ThompsonYesYes
1993 - 2001Donna ShalalaYes
1977 - 1979Joseph CalifanoYes
1973 - 1975Casper WeinbergerYesYes
1970 - 1973Eliot L. RichardsonYesYes
(Health, Education and Welfare Department)1961 - 1962Abraham A. RibicoffYes
Homeland Security DepartmentSecretary2013 - 2017Jeh JohnsonYes
2009 - 2013Janet NapolitanoYes
2005 – 2009Michael ChertoffYesHe is a co-author of the anti-American USA PATRIOT Act, which called for body scanners at airports that he directly benefited from
Housing and Urban Development DepartmentSecretary1993 - 1997Henry CisnerosYesYes
1989 - 1993Jack KempYes
1975 - 1977Carla A. HillsYesYesCo-chairman of the CFR
1973 - 1975James T. LynnYesYes
Interior DepartmentSecretary of the Interior1993 - 2001Bruce BabbittYes
Justice DepartmentAttorney General2015 - 2017Loretta LynchYes
2009 - 2015Eric HolderYesIn 2012, Holder became the only cabinet member in history that Congress held in contempt because of his answers during the Fast and Furious gunrunning operation investigation
1993 - 2001Janet RenoYes
1988 - 1991Richard ThornburghYes
1973Eliot L. RichardsonYesYes
1964 - 1966Nicholas KatzenbachYes
1957 - 1961William P. RogersYes
1909 - 1913George W. WickershamYesFormer President of the CFR
Attorney General Deputy1994 - 1997Jamie S. GorelickYesShe advised British Petroleum following the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

She is the attorney of Jared Kuchner.
1974 - 1975Laurence H. SilbermanYes
FBI Director1978 - 1987William WebsterYes
Labor DepartmentSecretary2001 - 2009Elaine ChaoYesMarried to Mitch McConnell, Senate Majority Leader
1991 - 1993Lynn MartinYes
1985 - 1987Bill BrockYes
1969 - 1970George ShultzYes
Under Secretary of Labor1970 - 1973Laurence H. SilbermanYes
National IntelligenceDirector2009 - 2010Dennis B. Blair YesU. S. Navy Admiral, retired; Chairman, Sasakawa Peace Foundation
2005 - 2007John D. NegroponteYesYes
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman2003 - 2005William H. DonaldsonYes
State DepartmentAmbassador2009 - 2011Karl EikenberryYesFormer U. S. Army General; Ambassador to Afghanistan
2009 - 2011Jon Huntsman, Jr.YesAmbassador to China

Former governor of Utah
2004 - 2009David MulfordYesAmbassador to India
2002 - 2004Donna HrinakYesAmbassador to Brazil; served three other ambassadorships
2001 - 2002Wendy J. ChamberlinYesAmbassador to Pakistan
1997 - 2001Gordon GiffinYesAmbassador to Canada
1997 - 2001Philip LaderYesAmbassador to the United Kingdom.

Former Vice-chairman of RAND corporation
1997 - 2000Felix RohatynYesAmbassador to France
1993 - 1998William Green MillerYesAmbassador to Ukraine
1993 - 1997James R. JonesYesAmbassador to Mexico
1993 - 1996Thomas R. PickeringYesAmbassador to Russia
1992 - 1993Roman PopadiukYesAmbassador to Ukraine
1990 - 1994Deane R. HintonYesAmbassador to Panama; previously served four other ambassadorships
1985 - 1989Winston LordYesYesYesFormer President of the CFR from 1977 - 1985
1981 - 1983Langhorne A. MotleyYesAmbassador to Brazil
1975 - 1976Laurence H. SilbermanYesAmbassador to Yugoslavia
1974 - 1976Shirley TempleYesYesFormer child movie star; Ambassador to Ghana; served one other ambassadorship
1953 - 1954William vanden HeuvelYesAmbassador to Thailand
1918 - 1921John W. DavisYesAmbassador to the United Kingdom; Former President of the CFR
Assistant Secretary of State2009 - 2013Kurt M. CampbellYesMarried to Lael BraInard
2002 - 2005Kim HolmesYes
2001 - 2003Walter H. Kansteiner, IIIYes
1997 - 2001Susan RiceYes
1993 - 1997Winston LordYesYesYesFormer President of the CFR from 1977 - 1985
1989 - 1992Janet G. Mullins GrissomYes
1988 - 1989Richard S. WilliamsonYes
1981 - 1989Eliot AbramsYes
1977 - 1979Leslie H. GelbYesFormer president of the CFR, 1993 - 2003
1977 - 1978Joseph DuffeyYesYes
1945 - 1947Spruille BradenYes
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State1976 - 1979Steve PieczenikYes
1990 - 1993David MalpassYes
Deputy Secretary of State2009 - 2011James B. SteinbergYesYes
2009 - 2010Jack LewYes
2007 - 2009John D. NegroponteYesYes
2005 - 2006Robert B. ZoellickYesYesYes
2001 - 2005Richard ArmitageYes
1994 - 2001Strobe TalbottYesChairman of Brookings Institution, partially financed by George Soros
1985 - 1989John C. WhiteheadYesFormer Goldman Sachs Chairman
Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources2011 - 2013Thomas R. NidesYesMarried to CNN Washington Deputy Bureau Chief and Vice President for CNN
Foreign Affairs Policy Board Member2011 - 2015Ann FudgeYes
2011 - 2015Helene GayleYes
2011 - 2015Nina HachigianYes
2011 - 2015Alberto IbargüenYes
2011 - 2015Jim KolbeYes
2011 - 2015Stephen KrasnerYes
2011 - 2015Ellen LaipsonYes
2011 - 2015Mack McLartyYesYes
2011 - 2015Jacqueline NovogratzYes
2011 - 2015James SteinbergYesYes
2011 - 2015Laura TysonYes
2011 - 2015Rich VermaYes
Policy Planning Director2009 - 2011Anne-Marie SlaughterYesBert G. Kerstetter '66 University Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University
2001 - 2003Richard HaassYesYesPresident of the Council on Foreign Relations
Secretary2013 - 2017John KerryYes
2009 - 2013Hillary ClintonYesFormer U. S. Senator from New York
2005 - 2009Condoleezza RiceYes
2001 - 2005Colin L. PowellYesYes
1997 - 2001Madeleine K. AlbrightYesYesShe famously said that 500,000 Iraqi children starving to death was an acceptable price to pay for eliminating the nonexistent WMDs that Saddam Hussein allegedly had
1993 - 1997Warren ChristopherYesYes
1992 - 1993Lawrence EagleburgerYesYes
1989 - 1992James BakerYes
1982 - 1989George P. ShultzYes
1981 - 1982Alexander HaigYesYes
1980 - 1981Edmund MuskieYes
1977 - 1980Cyrus VanceYesYes
1973 - 1977Henry KissingerYesYesYes
1969 - 1973William P. RogersYes
1961 - 1969Dean RuskYesYes
1959 - 1961Christian A. HerterYesYes
1953 - 1959John F. DullesYes
1949 - 1953Dean AchesonYes
1947 - 1949George C. MarshallYesA famous World War II Army general, The Marshall Plan, officially the European Recovery Program, was named after him.
1944 - 1945Edward R. StettiniusYes
1933 - 1944Cordell HullYes
1929 - 1933Henry L. StimsonYes
1925 - 1929Frank B. KelloggYes
State Department official and Ambassador1978 - 1991Morton I. AbramowitzYes
1968 - 1989L. Paul BremerYesAdministrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority of Iraq, 2003 - 2004
1961 - 1981Stephen M. Schwebel Yes
1961 - 1963George KennanYesFormer International Court of Justice judge
Under Secretary of State1997 - 2000Thomas R. PickeringYesYes
1993 - 1997Joan E. SperoYes
1993 - 1997Peter Tarnoff YesFormer President of the CFR
1966 - 1969Eugene RostowYes
1961 - 1966George Wildman BallYes
1959 - 1961C. Douglas DillonYes
1959 - 1961Christian A. HerterYesYes
Under Secretary of State for Democracy and Global Affairs2001 - 2009Paula Dobriansky YesCurrently a Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University,
Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs1977 - 1981Richard N. CooperYesCurrently the Maurits C. Boas Professor of International Economics, Harvard University
Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs2011 - 2015Wendy ShermanYesResident Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics
2005 - 2008R. Nicholas BurnsYesYesCurrently he is a Professor of the Practice of Diplomacy and International Politics at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government; he is on the Board of Directors of the Council on Foreign Relations
Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs2009 - 2011Judith A. McHaleYesPresident and CEO of Cane Investments

Former President and CEO of Discovery Communications
United States UN Ambassador2009 - 2013Susan RiceYesYesYesFormer Federal Reserve Bank of New York President
2007 - 2009Zalmay KhalilzadYesServed two other ambassadorships
2005 - 2006John R. BoltonYesYes
2001 - 2004John D. NegroponteYesYes
1999 - 2001Richard HolbrookeYesYesYes
1997 - 1998Bill RichardsonYesYesFormer governor of NM
1993 - 1997Madeleine AlbrightYes
1989 - 1992Thomas R. PickeringYes
1985 - 1989Vernon A. WaltersYes U. S. Army General, retired
1981 - 1985Jeane KirkpatrickYes
Transportation DepartmentSecretary1975 - 1977William T. ColemanYesYes
Treasury DepartmentAssistant Secretary of Treasury1917 - 1921Norman H. DavisYesFormer President of the CFR
Assistant Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs1977 - 1981C. Fred BergstenYesFormer Assistant for International Economic Affairs for the National Security Council
Deputy Assistant Treasury Secretary 1981 - 1989David MalpassYes
Deputy Treasury Secretary2005 – 2009Robert M. KimmittYesYes
Secretary2013 - 2017Jack LewYes
2009 - 2013Timothy GeithnerYesYes
2006 - 2009Henry PaulsonYesFormer CEO of Goldman Sachs
1999 - 2001Larry SummersYesYesYes
1995 - 1999Robert E. RubinYesCo-chairman of the CFR
1993 - 1994Lloyd BentsenYes1988 Vice-Presidential Candidate
1988 - 1993Nicholas BradyYes
1985 - 1988James Baker Yes
1981 - 1985Donald T. ReganYes
1979 - 1981G. William MillerYes
1977 - 1979W. Michael BlumenthalYes
1974 - 1977William E. SimonYes
1972 - 1974George ShultzYes
1969 - 1971David M. KennedyYes
1965 - 1968Henry H. FowlerYes
1961 - 1965C. Douglas DillonYes
1957 - 1961Robert B. AndersonYes
1934 - 1945Henry Morgenthau, Jr. Yes
1933William H. WoodinYes
1932 - 1933Ogden L. MillsYes
1921 - 1932Andrew W. MellonYes
Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs2010 - 2013Lael BrainardYesYesMarried to Kurt M. Campbell
2007 - 2009David McCormickYesYes
U. S. Agency for International Development Administrator2010 - 2015Rajiv ShahYesPresident, Rockefeller Foundation
Veterans AffairsSecretary2009 - 2014Eric ShinsekiYesFormer Chief of Staff of the U. S. Army
1998 - 2000Togo D. West, Jr.Yes
White HouseAppointments Secretary1968 - 1969James R. JonesYes
Chief of Staff2012 - 2013Jack LewYes
2011 - 2012William M. DaleyYes
2006 - 2009Josh Bolten Yes
1993 - 1994Thomas F. McLarty III YesYesPresident of McLarty Associates

He was instrumental in the passage of NAFTA and the FTAA trade agreements

He is a lifelong friend of Bill Clinton
1992 - 1993James BakerYes
1987 - 1988Howard BakerYes
1981 - 1985James BakerYes
Communications Director1981 - 1983David GergenYesYesCurrently a political analyst for CNN.
1975 - 1977David GergenYesYesCurrently a political analyst for CNN.
Counsel1986 - 1987Peter J. WallisonYes
Council of Economic Advisers Chairman2010 - 2011Austan GoolsbeeYes
1982 - 1984Martin S. FeldsteinYesYesGeorge F. Baker Professor of Economics, Harvard University
Deputy Chief of Staff2005 - 2007Karl RoveYes
Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board Chairman2005 - 2009Stephen FriedmanYes
Homeland Security Advisor2004 - 2007Frances TownsendYes
National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform Member2010 - 2011Ann M. FudgeYes
National Economic Council Deputy Director2009 - 2011Diana FarrellYesCEO and President, JPMorgan Chase Institute
National Economic Council Director2009 - 2010Larry SummersYesYesYesFormer President of Harvard University
National Endowment for the Humanities Chairman2009 - 2013Jim LeachYes
National Intelligence Council Chair1993 - 1994Joseph S. Nye, Jr.YesNorth American Chairman, Trilateral Commission

Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs
National Intelligence Director2005 - 2007John D. NegroponteYes
National Security Advisor2013 - 2017Susan RiceYesYes
2010 - 2013Thomas DonilonYesYesYesCurrently a Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University
2009 - 2010James L. JonesYesChairman of the Atlantic Council from 2007 - 2009. Henry Kissinger is a Director of the Council.
2005 - 2009Stephen J. HadleyYes
2001 - 2005Condoleezza RiceYes
1997 - 2001Sandy BergerYes
1989 - 1993Brent ScowcroftYes
1987 - 1989Colin L. PowellYesYes
1986 - 1987Frank Carlucci Yes
1983 - 1985Bud McFarlaneYes
1977 - 1981Zbigniew BrzezinskiYesYesYesCo-founder of the Trilateral Commission with David Rockefeller
1975 - 1977Brent Scowcroft Yes
1969 - 1975Henry KissingerYesYesYes
1966 - 1969Walt RostowYes
1961 - 1966McGeorge BundyYesBrother to William Bundy
National Security Advisor Deputy2001 - 2005Stephen J. HadleyYes
1995 - 2000James B. SteinbergYesYes
National Security Advisor Deputy for Iraq and Afghanistan2004 - 2007O’Sullivan, Meghan L. YesYesEvron and Jeane Kirkpatrick Professor of the Practice of International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
National Security Council Member1981 - 1982Richard PipesYes
1977 - 1981Robert PastorYesKnown as the father of the North American Union
National Security Council Special Advisor on the Middle East1993 - 2001Dennis RossYesYesYes
Office of Management and Budget Director2013 - 2014Sylvia BurwellYesYes
2010 - 2012Jack LewYes
2009 - 2010Peter R. OrszagYesYesYes
2003 - 2006Josh BoltonYes
2001 - 2003Mitch DanielsYes
1998 - 2001Jack LewYes
1994 - 1996Alice RivlinYes
1993 - 1994Leon E. PanettaYes
Office of Science and Technology Policy Director2009 - 2017John HoldrenYesBelieves a woman should be able to have an abortion until the child turns three-years-old!
President of the United States2009 - 2017Barack ObamaYesConstitutionally ineligible to be president
1993 - 2001Bill ClintonYesYesYes
1989 - 1993George H. W. BushYesYes
1977 - 1981Jimmy CarterYesYes
1974 - 1977Gerald FordYesYes
1969 - 1974Richard NixonYes
1961 - 1963John F. KennedyYes
1952 - 1961Dwight D. EisenhowerYes
1929 - 1933Herbert HooverYes
Presidential Adviser2003 - 2004Dan SenorYes
1992 - 1993Vernon JordanYesYes
1960 - 1961Henry Merritt WristonYesFormer President of the CFR
Presidential Aide1988 - 1989John Wheeler IIIYesHe served in various other positions in government, and in 2010 he was murdered and his body was found in a landfill
Presidential Assistant1970 - 1973Fred MalekYesHe designed and directed the "Responsiveness Program", a strategy to replace civil servants with Nixon supporters and to steer government resources to benefit Nixon's 1972 re-election. He said at the time that the plan would take "substantial risks" in politicizing the Executive Branch and expressed concern that the plan would "undoubtably backfire" if made public.
President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board Chairman2009 - 2011Paul VolckerYesYesYes
Press Secretary2006 - 2007Tony SnowYes
1993George StephanopoulosYesYes
1965 - 1967Bill MoyersYesAfter leaving government, he worked on several news networks, primarily PBS
Solicitor General of the United States1913 - 1918John W. DavisYesFormer President of the CFR
Special Assistant to the President1961 - 1964Fred DuttonYes
1961 - 1964Arthur SchlesingerYes
Special Assistant to the President and Associate White House Counsel2009 - 2013Michael J, GottliebYesMarried to Ari Shapiro, an NPR international correspondent
Special Counsel to the President1970 - 1976Michael Raoul DuvalYes
Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant2014 - 2015John R. AllenYesYesU.S. Marine Corps General (4-star), retired
Transition Team Foreign Affairs Advisor 2008 - 2009Richard N. HaassYesYesCurrent CFR President; former state department director of policy planning
United States Institute of Peace Member2003 - 2005Daniel PipesYes
United States Trade Representative2013 - 2017Michael FromanYes
2006 - 2009Susan SchwabYes
2001 - 2005Robert B. ZoellickYesYesYes
1997 - 2001Charlene BarshefskyYes
1989 - 1993Carla A. HillsYesThe Trade Representative is called "Ambassador." Co-chairman of the CFR
1981 - 1985Bill BrockYes
1962 - 1966Christian A. HerterYesYesFirst Trade Representative
Vice President of the United States2009 - 2017Joe BidenYesFormer U. S. Senator from Delaware
2001 - 2009Dick Cheney YesYes
1993 - 2001Al GoreYes
1989 - 1993Dan QuayleYes
1981 - 1989George H. W. BushYesYes
1977 - 1981Walter Mondale YesYesYes
1974 - 1977Nelson RockefellerYesBrother of David Rockefeller, who created the Trilateral Commission
1965 - 1969Hubert HumphreyYes
1953 - 1961Richard NixonYes
Vice-Presidential Chief-of-Staff2001 - 2005Lewis LibbyYes"Scooter" Libby was sentenced to 30 months in prison for perjury. President Bush commuted the sentence several weeks later.
1989 - 1993William KristolYesFounder and Editor of "The Weekly Standard"; CNN and FOX News contributor
Vice Presidential Press Secretary2001 - 2002Juleanna Glover WeissYes
White House Chief Emissary 2009Richard HolbrookeYesYesYesBecame the U. S. Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan
White House Chief Emissary 2009Dennis RossYesYesYesFormer National Security Council Special Advisor on the Middle East


Our Founding Fathers were very concerned that the Constitution did not put enough restraints on the judiciary. Now we know why they were so justly concerned.

Thomas Jefferson was very worried about the power of the judiciary and mentioned it many times:

“[T]he opinion which gives to the judges the right to decide what laws are constitutional and what not, not only for themselves, in their, own sphere of action, but for the Legislature and Executive also in their spheres, would make the Judiciary a despotic branch.” — 1804

“The Constitution…is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary which they may twist and shape into any form they please.” — 1819

“It has long, however, been my opinion, and I have never shrunk from its expression…that the germ of dissolution of our federal government is in the constitution of the federal Judiciary; an irresponsible body, (for impeachment is scarcely a scare-crow) working like gravity by night and by day, gaining a little today and a little tomorrow, and advancing its noiseless step like a thief, over the field of jurisdiction, until all shall be usurped from the States, and the government of all be consolidated into one.” — 1821

“At the establishment of our constitutions, the judiciary bodies were supposed to be the most helpless and harmless members of the government. Experience, however, soon showed in what way they were to become the most dangerous; that the insufficiency of the means provided for their removal gave them a freehold and irresponsibility in office; that their decisions, seeming to concern individual suitors only, pass silent and unheeded by the public at large; that these decisions, nevertheless, become law by precedent, sapping, by little and little, the foundations of the constitution, and working its change by construction, before any one has perceived that that invisible and helpless worm has been busily employed in consuming its substance. In truth, man is not made to be trusted for life, if secured against all liability to account.” — 1823

In 1788, Alexander Hamilton described what we seem to be experiencing today:

“And it proves, in the last place, that liberty can have nothing to fear from the judiciary alone, but would have everything to fear from its union with either of the other departments. “

Remember, on January 14, 2009, Obama and Biden met with Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts for a private “protocol visit” with no reporters or photographers present. This was one week before the usurper in the White House was sworn into office. The meeting itself wasn’t that unusual, but at the time, Roberts had several cases pending before him challenging Obama’s eligibility to be president. What could they have possibly talked about at the meeting??? All of the eligibility cases were eventually thrown out.

Any Supreme Court decisions that are the opposite of the values and beliefs America used to stand for, should not come as a surprise, since two of the liberal justices are traitors to the American Republic. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (appointed in 1993) and Justice Stephen Breyer (appointed in 1994) are members of the Council on Foreign Relations, whose goal is the destruction of the sovereignty of the United States.

After the Obamacare and homosexual marriage Supreme Court rulings, voters overwhelmingly believe states should be able to ignore federal court rulings.  In the wake of the two Supreme Court rulings, a nationwide Rasmussen survey found that 33% of likely voters felt that, as long as their elected officials agreed, federal court rulings should be able to be rejected by states. In a poll taken four months before the rulings were announced, 24% believed states should be able to reject rulings.


The Affordable Care Act Ruling —

On June 25, 2015, the Supreme Court again saved Obamacare by ruling that it allows the federal government to provide nationwide tax subsidies to help poor and middle-class people buy health insurance.  Justice Scalia’s dissent referred to the interpretation of the law by the majority as being “quite absurd” and “interpretive jiggery-pokery.” He also said, “We really should start calling this law Scotus-care.”

The rule of law is the foundation of the Constitution, and means that the rule of law is superior to the rule of man, and no one is above the law. Tyranny occurs when laws are ambiguously written, or can be decided on the whim of a judge. The Affordable Care Act decision (King v. Burwell) is an example of the rule of law being replaced with the political will of a majority of Justices on the Court.

The Same-Sex Marriage Ruling —

The very next day, June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court made another tyrannical decision when it ruled that the federal government must recognize homosexual marriages sanctioned by the states, but states can still ban homosexual marriages.

In his dissent, Justice Scalia wrote that, “I write separately to call attention to this Court’s threat to American democracy . . . Today’s decree says that my Ruler, and the Ruler of 320 million Americans coast-to-coast, is a majority of the nine lawyers on the Supreme Court . . . This practice of constitutional revision by an unelected committee of nine, always accompanied (as it is today) by extravagant praise of liberty, robs the People of the most important liberty they asserted in the Declaration of Independence and won in the Revolution of 1776: the freedom to govern themselves.

He also wrote that, “Today’s opinion aggrandizes the power of the court to pronounce the law.” It will have the predictable consequence of diminishing the “power of our people to govern themselves.” The “assertion of judicial supremacy over the people’s representatives in Congress and the executive” is “jaw-dropping . . . It envisions a Supreme Court standing (or rather enthroned) at the apex of government, empowered to decide all constitutional questions, always and everywhere ‘primary’ in its role . . . This image of the court would have been unrecognizable to those who wrote and ratified our national charter.”

The ruling was unconstitutional for several reasons, including that only the elected branches of the government that are directly accountable to the people can make public policy. As Federalist Paper No. 78, written by Alexander Hamilton, explains:

The judiciary . . . has no influence over either the sword or the purse; no direction either of the strength or of the wealth of the society, and can take no active resolution whatever. It may truly be said to have neither force nor will. (emphasis added)

Several months after the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling, Supreme Court Justice Scalia gave a speech at Santa Clara University. In his speech, Scalia expressed his belief that the “destruction of our democratic system” is being promoted by the “liberal” Supreme Court. He also said that the court is giving citizens rights that the Constitution doesn’t specifically guarantee, like gay marriage and federally subsidized health insurance. Scalia wrote in his dissent position that, “To allow the policy question of same-sex marriage to be considered and resolved by a select, patrician, highly unrepresentative panel of nine is to violate a principle even more fundamental than no taxation without representation: no social transformation without representation.”

Scalia mentioned that treating the U. S. Constitution as a “living document” began in the 1920s, when Supreme Court justices interpreted the “guarantee of due process of law to protect fundamental rights not explicitly mentioned in constitutional text.”

In 2004, the Supreme Court struck down its own decision of 17 years previous in Bowers v. Hardwick (1986), in which it had upheld such State laws by declaring that sodomy was not protected behavior and was not a constitutional right. That decision upset Justices Scalia, Rehnquist, and Thomas so much that Justice Scalia wrote a very blunt dissent. They knew the Court’s decision would result in dramatic cultural upheaval.  As they warned:

State laws against bigamy, same-sex marriage, adult incest, prostitution, masturbation, adultery, fornication, bestiality, and obscenity are likewise. . . . called into question by today’s decision. . . . What a massive disruption of the current social order. . . . [and t]his reasoning leaves on pretty shaky grounds state laws limiting marriage to opposite-sex couples. . . . Today’s opinion dismantles the structure of constitutional law that has permitted a distinction to be made between heterosexual and homosexual unions, insofar as formal recognition in marriage is concerned.

The Supreme Court unconstitutionally cited foreign court cases to explain its decision to overturn its previous ruling in the Bowers case:

To the extent Bowers relied on values we share with a wider civilization, it should be noted that the reasoning and holding in Bowers have been rejected elsewhere. The European Court of Human Rights has followed not Bowers but its own decision in Dudgeon v. United Kingdom (Eur. Ct. hr, Sept. 25, 2001); Modinos v. Cyprus, 259 Eur. Ct. hr (1993); Norris v. Ireland, 142 Eur. Ct. hr (1988). Other nations, too, have taken action consistent with an affirmation of the protected right of homosexual adults to engage in intimate, consensual conduct. See Brief for Mary Robinson et al. The right the petitioners seek in this case has been accepted as an integral part of human freedom in many other countries.

What about the U. S. Constitution the justices took as oath to uphold, that says the Constitution is the supreme law of the land? Where does it say that if other nations won’t follow our Supreme Court’s decision, we abandon our position and follow theirs?

The European Court of Human Rights referenced in the decision is part of the New World Order. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said that since other countries believed in “same-sex sodomy between consenting adults,” the Supreme Court “should pay due respect to these opinions of humankind.” The Commissioner also said that “legal concepts like ˜privacy,” ˜liberty,” and ˜equality” are not US property but have global meaning- and therefore- “ even though these words are prevalent throughout American law-“ they should be defined “in light of foreign interpretations” not American interpretations. The Commissioner warned that “controversies with the United State’s closest global allies” would result if the Supreme Court ignored the rulings of those countries. The UN is a front organization for the New World Order.

The Supreme Court should use only the Constitution when deciding cases. Yet Clinton (BB, CFR, TC) Supreme Court appointees Breyer (CFR) and Ginsburg (CFR) have based their decisions about policies on international treaty provisions. On one occasion when Justicr Stevens used foreign authority as a precedent, Justice Scalia said that “The views of other nations“- however enlightened the Justices of this Court may think them to be- “ cannot be imposed upon Americans through the Constitution.”

It is interesting to note that right after the same-sex decision was announced, several Justices met with foreign judges in Florence, Italy, on a proposed new European constitution. Also, Justices Breyer (CFR) and O’Connor (CFR) defended using international precedent during a television appearance. Justice Breyer questioned the relevance of the Constitution in the new “modern” age. Breyer said that the Founders and the Constitution “didn’t have automobiles in mind, or they didn’t have airplanes in mind, or telephones, or the Internet; or you look at a word like ˜liberty,” and they didn’t have in mind at that time the problems of privacy.- That is, since those words don’t expressly appear in the Constitution, we will reject the timeless constitutional principles that do apply to these modern issues and instead enact a new “modern” judicially-written Constitution. Justice O’Connor said that, “Over time, we will rely increasingly, or take notice at least increasingly, on international and foreign courts in examining domestic issues.”

It appears that the New World Order has had control over the United States Supreme Court for quite some time. That would certainly explain a lot of the decisions they have made over the years!

Any Supreme Court Justice that looks to foreign law to decide American cases instead of the Constitution is violating the oath of office they took to uphold the Constitution of the United States, and should be impeached!

The liberal progressives can only get their agenda passed through illegal means.


Some of the current secret society Judiciary Branch federal employees —

Government PositionTerm of ServiceNameBilderberg GroupCouncil On Foreign RelationsTrilateral CommissionComments
Some of the current Judicial Branch federal employees --
U. S. Federal Judge1985 - presentLaurence H. SilbermanYesUnited States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
U. S. Supreme Court Justice2017 - presentNeil M. GorsuchYesHis term membership in the CFR has expired, but it's unknown if he is still a member.
1994 - presentStephen Gerald BreyerYes
1993 - presentRuth Bader GinsburgYes
Some of the previous Judicial Branch federal employees --
U. S. Federal judge1985 - 2000Laurence H. SilbermanYesCourt of Appeals
1979 - 1980George J. MitchellYesU. S. District Court
U. S. Supreme Court justice1981 - 2006Sandra Day O'Connor Yes

Some of the secret society Legislative Branch federal employees prior to Trump —

Government OfficePositionTerm of ServiceNameBilderberg GroupCouncil On Foreign RelationsTrilateral CommissionComments
Congressional Budget Office Director2003 - 2005Douglas Holtz-EakinYes
United States House of Representatives House of Representatives Member2005 - 2017Charles Boustany, Jr.Yes
2003 - 2013Howard BermanYes
2001 - 2011
1993 - 1999
Jane HarmanYesPresident and CEO, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
1993 - 2003Lindsay GrahamYes
1991 - 2015Ed PastorYes
1991 - 1997Jack ReedYes
1989 - 2017Jim McDermottYes
1983 - 2013Dan BurtonYes
1983 - 2011John Spratt Yes
1983 - 2007Nancy Johnson Yes
1983 - 1995Jim CooperYes
1983 - 1987John McCainYes
1981 - 2001Sam Gejdenson Yes
1981 - 1993Mervyn M. DymallyYes
1981 - 1993Vin Weber YesCurrently on the Board of Directors of the CFR
1979 - 2005Robert MatsuIYes
1979 - 1999Newt GingrichYes
1979 - 1995Olympia J. SnoweYesYes
1979 - 1987Michael D. BarnesYes
1979 - 1985Geraldine FerraroYes1984 Vice Presidential Candidate
1977 - 2007Jim LeachYes
1977 - 2005Dick GephardtYesYes
1977 - 1995Daniel GlickmanYesYes
1975 - 2007Henry HydeYes
1975 - 1999Charles SchumerYes
1975 - 1981Chris DoddYesYes
1973 - 1997Patricia SchroederYes
1973 - 1987James R. JonesYes
1971 - 2017Charles RangelYesYes
1971 - 1977H. John Heinz IIIYesHis widow later married John Kerry, former Secretary of State
1971 - 1977Paul SarbanesYes
1967 - 1970William V. Roth, JrYes
1965 - 1983Jonathan BinghamYes
1965 - 1995Thomas FoleyYesYesYes
1963 - 1979Donald M. Fraser Yes
1961 - 1981John B. AndersonYes
1957 - 1961George McGovernYes
1949 - 1953Abraham A. Ribicoff Yes
1943 - 1953Christian A. HerterYesYes
Majority Leader1989 - 1995Dick GephardtYes
Speaker of the House1995 - 1999Newt GingrichYes
United States SenateMajority Leader2003 - 2007Bill FristYes
1989 - 1995George J. MitchellYes
Senator2001 - 2006Jon CorzineYesFormer governor of NJ; former CEO of MF Global, that filed for bankruptcy after he lost $1.6 billion, but was not held accountable for it; former CEO of Goldman Sachs
1999 - 2011Evan BayhYesYes
1999 - 2005John EdwardsYes2004 Vice Presidential Candidate
1997 - 2009Chuck HagelYesYes
1995 - 2013Olympia J. SnoweYesYesSenior Fellow Bipartisan Policy Center
1995 - 2007Bill FristYes
1994 - 2003Fred ThompsonYesAs an actor, he has appeared in numerous movies and television series, most notably "Law & Order"
1993 - 2013Kay Bailey HutchisonYes2000 Vice Presidential Candidate
1989 - 2013Joe LiebermanYes
1989 - 2001Charles RobbYesYesFormer Governor of Virginia, and son-in-law to President Lyndon Johnson
1985 - 2015John D. Rockefeller, IVYesYesFormer Governor of West Virginia, nephew of David Rockefeller, co-founder of the Trilateral Commission
1981 - 2011Chris DoddYesYes
1980 - 1995George J. MitchellYes
1979 - 1997Bill BradleyYes
1979 - 1994David BorenYesCurrent University of Oklahoma President, former Governor of Oklahoma
1978 - 1991Rudy BoschwitzYes
1977 - 2007Paul SarbanesYes
1977 - 2001Daniel Patrick MoynihanYes
1977 - 1991H. John Heinz IIIYesHis widow later married John Kerry, current Secretary of State
1976 - 1999John ChafeeYes
1975 - 1987Gary Hart YesCouncil for a Livable World chairman, advisory board member for the Partnership for a Secure America
1972 - 1997Sam NunnYesYes
1971 - 2001William V. Roth, JrYes
1970 - 1981Adlai Stevenson III YesYes
1969 - 1993Alan CranstonYesOne of the Keating five senators (which included John McCain and John Glenn) that were accused of corruption in the savings and loan scandal, with Cranston's misconduct being deemed the worst of the five
1967 - 1985Charles H. PercyYesFather-in-law to Sen. John D. Rockefeller, IV
1963 - 1981George McGovern Yes1972 Democratic Presidential candidate
1963 - 1981Abraham A. Ribicoff Yes

As the tables above have shown, the Council on Foreign Relations has a near-stranglehold on the key positions of power in the U. S. government. It doesn’t matter which political party is in power at the time, because CFR members are in both parties. Certain positions in the government are more important to the CFR than others. There have been eight CFR presidents, nine CFR vice presidents, 24 CFR secretaries of state, 24 CFR secretaries of war/defense, 22 CFR secretaries of the treasury, and 19 CFR directors of the CIA. In addition to these positions, there are hundreds of CFR deputy secretaries, CFR assistant secretaries, etc.  Remember, this is just membership in the Council on Foreign Relations. It does not include membership in the Bilderberg Group or Trilateral Commission. Some globalists are members of multiple secret societies.

The CFR members are not just in the administration of a president. They are also throughout Congress, where they are elected and re-elected by the people.

Now you can understand why our government does things that seem contrary to what Americans should be doing. It’s because our government does not consist of people with America’s best interests in mind. They are globalists that are only concerned with establishing a New World Order they can profit off of through subjugation of citizens.








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