Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Rhodes Scholarship

Cecil Rhodes

  • Became a Freemason but was disillusioned.
  • His will left a vast fortune to start up the Rhodes Scholarship programme at Oxford
  • Aim was to raise up promising young graduates
  • Establish secret society for leading business & banking leaders are around world

Auguste Comte

  • Wrote the 6-volume set titled Positive Philosophy between 1830-1842
  • Studied by WT Stead, Rhodes close friend

W T Stead

  • Helped Rhodes develop his secret society’s plan to “take the government of the whole world”
  • His goal was a “Civic Church”, where increasingly a focus of attention will be “Service to Humanity,” including taking care of the environment and the Earth

John Ruskin

  • Taught “New World Order” plan at Oxford Uni.
  • Rhodes was greatly influenced by Ruskin’s teaching
  • On his grave is the Swastika of Hitler.

Rhodes Scholarship

  • Lord Nathan Rothschild was appointed as trustee
  • Rothschild appointed Lord Alfred Milner to implement plan.
  • Created the Round Table, formed around a document called Freedom & Planning.
  • Original Round Table membership was only freemasons
  • Administrators of the Round Table included
    Rudyard Kipling
    HG Wells
    Arthur Balfour
    - politician
    Lord Rothschild
    Arthur Toynbee
    - historian
  • Worked very closely with London School of Economics founded by Sidney Webb.

3 powerful global organizations were spawned

  • Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA) 1919 London
    Mission is to analyse and promote the understanding of major international issues & current affairs.
    It is regarded as one of the world's leading organizations in this area.
    Now known as Chatham House
    Arthur Toynbee – Director
    Condoleeza Rice spoke at Lecture series
  • Council of Foreign Relations (CFR) 1921 New York
  • Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR) 1925

Early US Members include

  • Colonel Mandell House
  • Paul Warburg
  • Rockefeller
  • JP Morgan

Political Scholars include -

  • Bill Clinton – US President
  • Dean Rusk – Sec of State for JF Kennedy administration
  • Walt Rostow – Deputy National Security Advisor for JF Kennedy administration
  • Richard Gardner
    Member of CFR
    Deputy Assistant Secretary for State
  • Harlan Cleveland
    Ambassador to NATO
    Director of International Affairs at the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies
    Chairman of the U.S. Weather Modification Advisory Board
    Books include The Third Try at World Order, Birth of a New World, and The Global Commons: Policy for the Planet.
  • Bob Hawke – Australian PM
  • Strobe Talbot
    Bill Clinton’s room-mate
    Number 2 in the State Department
    Chairman of Yale Daily News
    Translated Nikita Kruschev’s memoirs into English
    Skull & Crossbones Society
  • Stansfield Turner & James Woolsey – both have headed the CIA
  • General Wesley Clark – Head of NATO forces under Clinton administration
  • Richard Danzig – Secretary of the Navy – Clinton administration
  • Admiral Dennis C Blair – Commander in Chief of the US Pacific Command - Clinton administration
  • David Boren
    US Senator
    CFR member
    Skull & Crossbones member
    Wrote a New York Times article advocating a rapid deployment force for the UN to facilitate the :New World Order’ – 1992
    Persuaded Clinton to make George Tenet head of the CIA
  • Charles Hitch - Comptroller at the U.S. Department of Defense developed the Planning-Programming-Budgeting System (PPBS)

Judicial Scholars include

  • John Harlan, David Souter, and Byron White.
  • Geoffrey Robertson – Australian Human Rights lawyer
  • David Kendall
    Law clerk for Justice Byron White
    Attorney for Clinton during Monica Lewinsky scandal

Media Scholars include

  • Erwin Canham - president of the American Society of Newspaper Editors
  • Howard K. Smith - newsman
    Finance Scholars include –
    Many employees of Goldman-Sachs
  • James Gustave Speth
  • Boutros Boutros-Ghali UB Secretary General, at the suggestion of President Clinton, made Speth head of the U.N. Development Program.

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