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Fun Loving Freedom Train – TALK TO US

Posted on October 30, 2009. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Being a Soldier For Liberty is hard work… even we need some fun every once in a while. Please enjoy the following fun for yourself in my absence.
 
Make yourself at home. Have a look around my site. We’ve talked about a lot of important things lately. If you haven’t seen them, please take some time to check it out. There are several must see movies in my Vipod Theatre on the right hand side of the screen.
 
See you back here Monday. Will be discussing Executive Orders as they pertain to Martial Law.
 
Halloween or not, there’s no shortage of scary stuff in Washington DC. Leave a comment to speak out about your frustration with our government. Let us know how you are standing up or speaking out! Consider this our own little Tea Party for Freedom! Now go ahead – hop on the freedom train!
 
New Mob Anthem – Muse / Uprising
An Older Anthem –  Tom Petty/ I Won’t Back Down!
Awesome Song – Take America Back / Steve Vaus
I Am A Patriot / Jackson Browne
Tea Party Anthem – Lloyd Marcus
He was FANTASTIC at the 9/12 March on DC!
DON’T FORGET TO LEAVE A COMMENT ON OUR “WALL OF FREEDOM”
– while you still can.
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Death by Injection or By Legislation ?

Posted on October 30, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State, General Info | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

In attempt to research the H1N1 vaccine, due to the number of people showing concern on the issue, I uncovered things I did not want to see.

I will not draw conclusions for you, but rather present the materials in order for you to make your own decisions. I am not advising you to get or not to get the vaccine. It is my feeling, however, you are not being presented with all of the facts. To that end I submit the following:

 A week ago I assembled a compilation of news articles I have found on the subject of the vaccine and published it here and updated here. There you will find a treasure trove of articles, including those discussing the fact Baxter, a pharmaceutical company, developed a vaccine for the Avian flu before incidence of the flu had occurred. In the process of distributing the vaccine it was learned Baxter had somehow contaminated a large percentage of the vaccine as detailed here in an article from infowars:

As reported by multiple sources last month, including the Times of India, vaccines contaminated with deadly live H5N1 avian flu virus were distributed to 18 countries last December by a lab at an Austrian branch of Baxter.

It was only by providence that the batch was first tested on ferrets in the Czech Republic, before being shipped out for injection into humans. The ferrets all died and the shocking discovery was made.

Czech newspapers immediately questioned whether the events were part of a conspiracy to deliberately provoke a pandemic, following up on accusations already made by health officials in other countries.

Initially, Baxter attempted to stonewall questions by invoking “trade secrets” and refused to reveal how the vaccines were contaminated with H5N1. After increased pressure they then claimed that pure H5N1 batches were sent by accident.

Since the probability of mixing a live virus biological weapon with vaccine material by accident is virtually impossible, this leaves no other explanation than that the contamination was a deliberate attempt to weaponize the H5N1 virus to its most potent extreme and distribute it via conventional flu vaccines to the population who would then infect others to a devastating degree as the disease went airborne.

 The fact that Baxter mixed the deadly H5N1 virus with a mix of H3N2 seasonal flu viruses is the smoking gun. The H5N1 virus on its own has killed hundreds of people, but it is less airborne and more restricted in the ease with which it can spread. However, when combined with seasonal flu viruses, which as everyone knows are super-airborne and easily spread, the effect is a potent, super-airbone, super deadly biological weapon.

Indeed, some have already suggested that the current scare could represent the use of such a weapon.

Now it has been announced that Baxter is seeking a sample of the potentially lethal never before seen form of swine/avian/human flu virus in order to assist the World Health Organization in developing a new vaccine, reaping billions in the process.

Why should Baxter be trusted, when they have already been proven to be at the very least criminally negligent, and at worst a prime suspect in attempting to carry off one of the most heinous crimes in the history of mankind?

There are also concerns with other manufacturers of vaccines. Also discussed is the fact some, if not all, of the various vaccine preparations are believed to contain toxins, including mercury, strengthening additive adjuvants, and Triton X100. Brand names throughout the world noted are Celvapan, Pandemrix, Focetria, Peramvir, and others. 

There are many concerns based on these facts and others. The FDA has not tested this vaccine. The government can in no way be held responsible for any harm done from the vaccines.  There have been deaths reported due to the vaccines. The German government had soldiers take vaccinations different from what was purchased for the general public, namely versions of the vaccine that do not contain mercury or other toxic substances contained in the adjuvants.

 George W. Bush, at the International Partnership on Avian and Pandemic Influenza at the United Nations General Assembly on September 14, 2005, placed the US under UN and WHO law in the event of a pandemic “emergency”. In April, WHO declared Swine Flu a Level 5 Emergency. At Level 6 the WHO is permitted to call the shots worldwide. Our sovereignty, our Constitution – no matter.   He also released these directives, deemed unconstitutional by many, altering the channels of government and giving extra constitutional powers to the President in an emergency:

Details are spelled out in NATIONAL SECURITY PRESIDENTIAL DIRECTIVE/NSPD 51 and HOMELAND SECURITY PRESIDENTIAL DIRECTIVE/HSPD-20 :  , but here is a snippet from Wikipedia on the subject:

The presidential directive says that, when the president considers an emergency to have occurred, an “Enduring Constitutional Government” comprising “a cooperative effort among the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the Federal Government, coordinated by the President,” will take the place of the nation’s regular government, presumably without the oversight of Congress. Conservative activist Jerome Corsi and Marjorie Cohn of the National Lawyers Guild have said that this is a violation of the Constitution of the United States in that the three branches of government are separate and equal, with no single branch coordinating the others. The directive, created by the president, claims that the president has the power to declare a catastrophic emergency. It does not specify who has the power to declare the emergency over.

 The directive further says that, in the case of such an emergency, the new position of “National Continuity Coordinator” would be filled by the assistant to the president for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism (this position was held by Frances Townsend until her resignation on November 19, 2007 then by Kenneth L. Wainstein, and now John Brennan) The directive also specifies that a “Continuity Policy Coordination Committee”, to be chaired by a senior director of the Homeland Security Council staff, and selected by the National Continuity Coordinator, shall be “the main day-to-day forum for such policy coordination”.

The MODEL STATE EMERGENCY HEALTH POWERS ACT was passed in many states in 2002 and others after that point.

http://www.nvic.org/Vaccine-Laws/model-state-emergency-health-powers-act.aspx

The National Vaccine Information Center, along with the ACLU and other organizations concerned about lack of informed consent protections and other threats to civil liberties, opposed the legislation. NVIC took the position that, while it is critical for the U.S. to have a sound, workable plan to respond to an act of bioterrorism, as well as enough safe and effective vaccines stockpiled for every American who wants to use them, there are legitimate concerns about a plan which forces citizens to use vaccines without voluntary, informed consent. 
The MSEHPA, which was passed by many states in 2002, included provisions that would allow state health officials to use the state militia to:

  • take control of all roads leading into and out of cities and states; 
  • seize homes, cars, telephones, computers, food, fuel, clothing, firearms and alcoholic beverages for their own use (and not be held liable if these actions result in the destruction of  personal property); 
  • arrest, imprison and forcibly examine, vaccinate and medicate citizens without consent (and not be held liable if these actions result in your death or injury).

As well I have noted the following web site:

http://www.tmti-cbdefense.org/

Transformational Medical Technologies Initiative (TMTI) was pioneered by The Department of Defense (DoD) in 2006 to better prepare and protect the warfighter and the nation from emerging, genetically engineered, and unknown biothreat agents.

President Obama Declares A National Health Emergency Due to Swine Flu

From Fox News last week:

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/10/24/obama-declares-hn-flu-national-emergency/

President Obama signed a proclamation declaring the H1N1 influenza a national emergency, giving doctors and medical facilities greater leeway in responding to the flu pandemic.

Obama signed the declaration late Friday, which the White House said allows medical treatment facilities to better handle a surge in flu patients by waiving federal requirements on a case-by-case basis.

 “The foundation of our national approach to the H1N1 flu has been preparedness at all levels — personal, business, and government — and this proclamation helps that effort by advancing our overall response capability,” the White House said in a statement.

In the proclamation, Obama said the pandemic keeps evolving, the rates of illness are rising rapidly in many areas and there’s a potential “to overburden health care resources.”

Because of vaccine production delays, the government has backed off initial, optimistic estimates that as many as 120 million doses would be available by mid-October. As of Wednesday, only 11 million doses had been shipped to health departments, doctor’s offices and other providers, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…..

 Worldwide, more than 5,000 people have reportedly died from swine flu since it emerged this year and developed into a global epidemic, the World Health Organization said Friday. Since most countries have stopped counting individual swine flu cases, the figure is considered an underestimate.

The flu has infected millions of Americans and killed nearly 100 children in the U.S. The chief of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that over a thousand people have died as a result, with 46 states reporting widespread H1N1 activity.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, we’ve seen more than 1,000 deaths and 20,000 hospitalizations,” Frieden said. “We expect it to occur in waves, but we can’t predict when those waves will happen.”

In a normal year, according to CDC, 36,000 Americans die from the flu. That is an average of 1 in every 8500 citizens. Our first case was sometime late this spring I believe. Since that point, the number of deaths has not reached anywhere near that number. The report stated over 20,000 people have been hospitalized with the flu and also states millions have been infected, killing one thousand.The article above says there have been 5000 deaths worldwide  CDC reports between 250,000 and 500,000 deaths occur from flu in a typical year worldwide. I’m not a mathematical genius, but this does not even seem as bad as the normal run of the mill flu.   Supposedly it will get worse, but until then why subject citizens to the risk involved? In the United States or anywhere else. Globally, citizens are up in arms about this. They feel, as I do, there is no reasonable cause for mandatory injections, governmental panic, etc..

Here is a map updating you to the number of cases worldwide. Be certain to use the check boxes on the left side of site to mark for H1N1.

I have never been a conspiracy theorist. Over the past several weeks, however, I have become aware and laid out for you the perilous United Nations Agenda 21. I have pointed out the names and statements made by the people involved. I have shown you quote after quote illustrating what they mean by Sustainable Development and the contempt they have for God and the human race. I have shown you reports, paid for by our own government, where thousands of noted scientists refute the bogus claims made by the U.N. about “global warming”.  I have told you of the grab for control of our lives this “agenda” proposes. Now allow me to introduce you to another of their “terms”.

SUSTAINABLE MEDICINE

In a paper written by Dr. Madeleine Cosman, entitled Sustainable Medicine and Sustainable Development ,  Dr. Cosman states:

….Sustainable Medicine is central to the concept of Sustainable Development of the world’s landmasses, air, and water.

Sustainable Development esteems the planet’s intrinsically valuable environment. In that bio-diverse environment human beings are a dangerous, capricious burden. In the Agenda 21 worldview, people, especially rich intelligent people, consume too much and they make too many of themselves. Their effects must be curbed and their numbers reduced.

Sustainable Development is a private property land grab. It is justified in the name of global equity, overcoming economic disparities, and assuring global integrity of the environment. Sustainable Medicine is a body grab. It is justified in the name of achieving global medical equity, overcoming health disparities, and assuring an enduring global environment free of too many people.

Sustainable Medicine makes decisions through visioning councils that determine what shall be done or not done to each body in its group in its native habitat. Sustainable Medicine experts do not refer to citizens in sovereign nations but to “humans” in their “settlements.”

Sustainable Medicine uses two classes of public actions to affect the largest numbers of people worldwide most efficiently. The first class of actions attacks high technology products. The method is to create a public health crisis that forces government or industry to eliminate a valuable medical or surgical technology that because of its expense and inequitable distribution makes it medically “unsustainable.” Sustainable Medicine therefore clamors to eliminate such important, life-saving and life-extending medical devices as flexible polyvinylchloride plastic tubings treated with phthalates. During the past 50 years, flexible medical tubing has revolutionized breathing machines, intravenous medicating and blood transfusing, kidney dialysis, parenteral feeding, and neonatal medicine and surgery.

Sustainable Medicine’s second class of public action attacks ideas of high technology scientific progress. The method is to revise people’s expectations for health, for medical care, and for long life “in harmony with the environment”. Sustainable Medicine devotees celebrate human death as natural, inevitable, and environmentally beneficial. Rather than a mere right to die, Sustainable Medicine inculcates a duty to die.

Sustainable Medicine is the pivot around which all other Sustainable Development revolves. Principle #1 of the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development (1992) states: Human beings are at the center of concerns for sustainable development. They are entitled to a healthy and productive life in harmony with nature. Few Americans know the meaning of Sustainable Medicine, or worse, the implications of healthy life in harmony with nature. However, an Internet Google search for Sustainable Medicine yielded (in May, 2005) a total of 5,850,000 English language references. Germans, English, Canadians, and Scandinavians under socialized medicine appreciate Sustainable Medicine for they daily deal with its rationing, long waiting times for care, low technology, and emphasis on medical caring, not medical curing.

Who decides what shall be done or not done to your body whether healthy, diseased, injured, or fatally ill? Sustainable Medicine uses identical protocols for human body ownership as Sustainable Development proposes for private land ownership.

PEEVE

PEEVE is a valuable acronym for remembering the basic concepts than animate Sustainable Medicine and Sustainable Development. PEEVE incorporates the infamous three “E”s of Sustainable Development: equity, economy, and environment. Sustainable
Medicine is guided by:

P = Precautionary Principle. If any risk, stop. If evidence is inconclusive, stop absolutely. If no proof, stop anyway. The prudent “Better safe than sorry” is perverted to “Safe sorrow for all!”

The pernicious Precautionary Principle destroys risk-benefit analysis. It hinders experiment and innovation. It impedes progress and requires reversion to simpler, more “natural” products. In land use, it requires removing “invasive species” and beneficial genetically manipulated seeds that could harm some plant, insect, or person. In medicine, the Precautionary Principle deprives courageous masses of people of necessary, life-sustaining medication and equipment because of potential harm to a few. The Precautionary Principle propels it proponents beyond intellectual cowardice to anti-technology, anti-progress, Luddite primitivism.

In both land use and medicine, the Precautionary Principle almost always is paired with its craven corollary, the Irreversability Principle. In landscape, the Irreversability Principle requires that rather than mine a precious resource that once extracted is irreversibly used, better save it than spend it on today’s life-sustaining necessities even if people will pay and legally own the resource. In bodyscape, the Precautionary Principle plus Irreversibility Principle withhold beneficial, aggressive, high technology diagnostics and medical therapies that might harm someone or something now or later.

E = Environment over all. Its “intrinsic value” is necessary for future generations on the globe.
Of what value to whom is never explained. Mystical inherent goodness, importance, and protection-worthy vulnerability of the environment make the environment trump all other needs of people and societies. It is better to force people to starve by insect-destroyed crops and to die of malaria than to use the pesticide DDT that potentially might harm birds, fish, polar bears, or human infant reflexes.

E = Equity demands no “disparities” among all people globally, among all people inter-generationally, and among all species of life and non-life: human, animal, plant, and inanimate rock.
Equity between current and future generations requires prudent use, no squandering, and abstaining from use of available assets. Equity among rich and poor requires no greedy group abusing the “carrying capacity” of the world’s natural resources. Species-equity is more important than equity among peoples. In the contest between preserving habitat for spotted owls, long-fingered salamanders, salmon, and fairy shrimp versus habitat and livelihoods of ranchers, loggers, and mineral miners, the “natural needs” and “value” power of animals are superior to those of people. The Sustainable Medicine documents quote the U.N. Biodiversity Treaty’s inscrutable rule: “Nature has an integral set of different values (cultural, spiritual, and material) where humans are one strand in nature’s web and all living things are considered equal. Therefore the natural way is the right way, and human activities should be molded along Nature’s rhythms.”

V = Visioning councils for stakeholders
Sustainable Medicine uses the same “visioning,” vision councils, vision language, vision consensus-building techniques, and vision incentives, bribes, prohibitions, protocols, and principles that facilitate the Sustainable Development land grabs of private property. Local Agenda 21 groups impose laws and regulations on localities that bypass votes of state legislatures and of the U.S. Congress. Depredations of the Endangered Species Act and the Environmental Protection Agency derive from international treaties, and work of non-governmental organizations such as ICLEI, the International Council on Local Environmental Initiatives.

The vision is the cluster of global community ideas. Agenda 21 outsiders impose these concepts upon local citizens and their leaders while encouraging locals to believe they themselves initiated the ideas of the vision. Regulations and restrictions inevitably follow the implanted vision in order to implement it. The implanted vision is viewed as prophecy and revelation of future global peace. Actually, the vision is a tenacious Marxist apparition from old, surly, nihilistic Fabian socialism.
The Wye River Group On Healthcare, for instance, held its National Summit at the University Club in Washington, DC, on September 23rd 2003, attended by the elite of academic medicine, pharmacology, and government including Dr. Mark McClelland, then head of the FDA, now Director of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. The meeting topic was “Communities Shaping a Vision for America’s 21st Century Health & Healthcare.” Experts answered such questions as: Why create a shared vision based on principles and values in America? How best connect community leaders with the vision and enable them to advance change? Is this the right time to spring the vision?

Wye River Group on Healthcare promotes the Sustainable Medicine vision for the future by working in 12 selected cities that have active Sustainable Development visioning groups: Albuquerque, NM, Chicago, IL, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Hanover, NH, Jackson, MS, Muncie, IN, Portland, OR, Raleigh/Durham, NC, Salt Lake City, UT, San Diego, CA, San Antonio, TX, and Spokane, WA. Wye River Group’s separate Foundation for American Health Care Leadership addresses “lack of healthcare infrastructure…health disparities… unique demands of an aging population, unrealistic public expectations, and appropriate use of burgeoning technology” that require “visionary leadership focused on a shared vision” for American health and healthcare.

E = Economic equity. High technology is too expensive and inequitably distributed. Whatever everyone cannot have, no one shall have.

Under Sustainable Development, the use of waterpower or fossil fuel for generating electricity in the Third World will pollute the environment as well as distract the native population from its indigenous culture in harmony with the environment. Wind-power is cleaner and more sustainable, even if not dependable nor adequate for modern progress. Likewise, under Sustainable Medicine, medical Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRIs) for diagnostics, and organ-transplant techniques for life-extending treatments are unsustainable. People must revise their expectations for long life and good health, and reject ever more sophisticated medicine and surgery dedicated to curing rather than to caring. We must reach a level sustainable plateau in medicine, says medical ethicist Dr. Daniel Callahan. As the natural world has its predictable cycles of birth and death, so people, especially Americans, must accept natural limits to life and reject interventions that unnaturally extend life at its beginnings, such as neonatal medicine, and at life’s ends. We must not expect progress, we must not waste, and we must not spend on futile care.

SUSTAINABLE MEDICINE DOCUMENTS

The original documents that enunciate Sustainable Medicine are astonishing in their theory and in their calls for implementation. Few physicians, surgeons, or lawyers have access to the materials that I first reviewed in August 2003. I obtained them directly from their source in Switzerland, the office of Dr. Jasmin von Schirnding, World Health Organization, Geneva.

Documents in English and French are not issued to the general public (and may not be “reviewed, abstracted, quoted, reproduced or translated, in part or in whole, without the prior written permission of WHO”). Some of these texts are available electronically from WHO: http://www.who.int/wssd/resources/en/.

What gives further credence to Dr. Cosman’s paper can be found by a simple “google” for “population control”. It is a well established fact the U.N. has mandated a decrease in world population, of up to 93% by some charges. It is well documented, that aided by funds from the United States, they have gone on a decades long mission to offer abortion and other types of birth control to women in third world countries. Our own  government has funded the deaths of an untold number of infants here in the United States. I never really understood it was all related until recently. Had I investigated, I would have understood.

Once again, a simple consultation with Wikipedia will tell you of a Brittish clergyman, Thomas Malthus, who in 1798 (not a typo) published An Essay on the Principle of population. He assigns two categories to population control. Positive checks (disease, war, disaster, famine, poverty) and Preventive checks (factors believe to affect the birth rate such as moral restraint, abstinence and birth control).  He proclaims positive checks would ultimately save humanity from itself and human misery was an absolute necessary consequence.  

Paul R. Ehrlich, a US biologist and environmentalist published The Population Bomb in 1968. Many of the ideas in that book we’ve heard of recently in speaking of President Obama’s own staff. To quote:

 A cancer is an uncontrolled multiplication of cells; the population explosion is an uncontrolled multiplication of people. Treating only the symptoms of cancer may make the victim more comfortable at first, but eventually he dies- often horribly. A similar fate awaits a world with a population explosion if only the symptoms are treated. We must shift our efforts from treatment of the symptoms to the cutting out of the cancer. The operation will demand many apparent brutal and heartless decisions. The pain may be intense. But the disease is so far advanced that only with radical surgery does the patient have a chance to survive.

 … compulsory birth regulation…the addition of temporary sterilants to water supplies or staple food. Doses of the antidote would be carefully rationed by the government to produce the desired family size.

This spawned the ecology movement of the 1970s and the “Global Cooling” panic ensued. As did the race to scale down the human race in favor of “Gaia”.  In a follow up book, released in 1990, he continued to sound the population alarm.

In 1974, the US National Security Council, under the direction of Henry Kissinger, did a study entitled National Security Study Memorandum 200, which stressed the fact that 13 countries would make up 47% of world population by 2050, which would adversely effect the welfare and progress of those countries. It goes on to say this would be a threat to our national security.

The National Research Institute on Food and Nutrition proclaimed in a study entitled, Food, Land, Population and the US Economy that the US could not achieve a sustainable economy beyond a population of 200 million and the effects of overpopulation would impact the country after 2020. Have they never driven across the US in a vehicle? We have over 300 million people and there are plenty of open spaces to grow food in. They emphatically state we must reduce US population by at least one third and world population by two thirds.

The National Audobon Society released a study recently called Population and Habitat: Making the Connection, also supporting population control measures.

 The head of the UN Millennium Project, Jeffrey Sachs, is a proponent of population control as well. He was even opposed to mosquito nets for children in third world countries, as that would interfere with population reduction.

There is a global agenda to take control of the human race. Our Congress and our President are complicit in this assault. The Health Care Bill now being forced down our throats, in my opinion, also falls into play with all this. One only has to read Dr. Cosman’s paper above to see the connection.

Do I know any of this is true? No. My gut tells me it is all true. I don’t want to believe it. When bills are being created 1990 pages in length, in secret, and without permission of the American people; when our white house is full of communist sympathizers and nut jobs that look up to Mao Tse Tung and down upon God and the Constitution; when nothing can be discussed and they try to interfere with free speech and the right to assemble; when they refuse to answer questions and launch personal attacks instead?????? You must admit, they have given us no reason to trust, only reason to fear.

 I will take no vaccine. I will not be silent. I will fight tooth and nail to see none of this anti-American, anti-human agenda is passed. You must make your own decision.

National interactive map to find out the laws in your state.

 Swine Flue facts

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H1N1 Vaccine News Compilation – Volume 2

Posted on October 30, 2009. Filed under: General Info | Tags: , |

This post is an addition to my post of a week ago. These items were released this week or have come to my attention since the original post.

PERAMIVIR, FAVIPIRAVIR (T-705), and what other news reports are NOT CARRYING from the original Reuters story of Obama’s National Emergency Declaration for “Swine Flu”

http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/15515

http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/16250

No Mandatory Swine Flu Vaccinations! Parts 1 & 2
-Canada Free Press
 

What about those vaccines?  Surely the pharmaceutical companies must be churning out their millions—ultimately billions—of vaccines, under only the most stringent of conditions.  And obviously, these vaccines must have been cleared by the FDA as being harmless to humans.  Correct?

I mean, the pharmaceutical companies stand to be slammed with innumerable lawsuits if they screw up—right?

Wrong on all counts.  Our buddies on Capitol Hill passed a law in 2005 that gave the pharmaceutical companies complete immunity from being sued over their vaccines—the “Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act” (the PREP Act).

That legislation gave drug companies immunity from harm caused by any misconduct on their part, or negative consequences resulting from their vaccines.  It is not coincidental that the pharmaceutical lobby is the largest lobby in Washington D.C.

The immunity given to the vaccine manufacturers applies no matter what the drug company does wrong—unless you can prove that it was willful misconduct.

They can put anything they want in their vaccines, and there is nothing you or I can do about it.

But surely these vaccines are thoroughly tested by the FDA, right?  Well no, they are not.  Because of the “emergency” nature of the novel H1N1 “outbreak” normal FDA vetting procedures have been bypassed. 

http://www.prisonplanet.com/is-swine-flu-a-biological-weapon.html

Is Swine Flu A Biological Weapon? from Prison Planet

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/americas/guantanamo/story/1305022.html

Pentagon To Offer Swine Flu Vaccine to Terror Suspects – Miami Herrald

http://britanniaradio.blogspot.com/2009/10/blunt-needles-for-swine-flu-vaccine.html

Blunt Needles To Be Used For Swine Flu Vaccines – Brittania Radio

http://www.americanthinker.com/2009/10/swine_flu_panic_in_perspective.html

Putting the Swine Flue Panic In Perspective – American Thinker

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB125648831388306547.html?mod=rss_whats_news_us

FDA Approves Experimental Anti-Viral For Vaccines- WSJ Online

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is allowing the use of an experimental antiviral drug to treat severe cases of H1N1 or swine flu.

The drug, peramivir, is currently being developed by BioCryst Pharmaceuticals Inc. and is undergoing testing required for regular FDA approval.

The FDA issued a so-called emergency use authorization late Friday that allows doctors to use peramivir, which is delivered intravenously, in certain hospitalized adult and pediatric patients with confirmed or suspected H1N1 influenza.

http://www.nvic.org/vaccines-and-diseases/h1n1-swine-flu.aspx

Swine Flu H1N1 – Naitonal Vaccine Information Center

http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/292501,switzerland-authorises-two-pandemic-vaccines-for-h1n1.html

Switzerland authorises two pandemic vaccines for H1N1

http://www.zawya.com/story.cfm/sidZAWYA20090906033144/Novartis%20pledges%20flu%20vaccine%20supply%20to%20Oman

Novartis pledges flu vaccine supply to Oman

 

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Council of Foreign Relations- Complicit in the Death of US Sovereignty

Posted on October 27, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State, General Info | Tags: , , , |

The Council on Foreign relations makes no secret of propelling us headlong and on purpose toward the end of our sovereignty. I have presented here items taken from their website. It is of the utmost importance you make yourself familiar with their agenda and the names of members who have taken us to this place and time. Members here are government officials, past and present, as well as business leaders, media figures, and many you do not know. Watchdogs will find this list valuable. After studying Agenda 21, Bilderburg, Trilateral Commission, and now Council on Foreign Relations, I can tell you without hesitation it is a David and Goliath battle for our freedom and our liberty. It’s us against them with no time to spare. Please call your representatives and senators and tell them you know and you will not permit them to give our sovereignty away. The joke is on us. It seems while we were working to be good citizens and good parents, they were laughing at us and plotting behind our back. The problem is we are now on the brink and about to fall into the crevasse of one world order. 

Items of interest found on their website: 

Crisis Guide:Global Governance Monitor

The link above includes a short, but interesting, video telling us the challenge of global governance has never been more imperative. We need to adapt current institutions or develop new ones, integrating new players. It says the interactive player will show you how they are doing in advancing the cause of global governance. 

The Program on International Institutions and Global Governance (IIGG) at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is supported by a generous grant from the Robina Foundation. It aims to identify the institutional requirements for effective multilateral cooperation in the twenty-first century. The program is motivated by recognition that the architecture of global governance-largely reflecting the world as it existed in 1945-has not kept pace with fundamental changes in the international system. These shifts include the spread of transnational challenges, the rise of new powers, and the mounting influence of nonstate actors. Existing multilateral arrangements thus provide an inadequate foundation for addressing many of today’s most pressing threats and opportunities and for advancing U.S. national and broader global interests. 

Given these trends, U.S. policymakers and other interested actors require rigorous, independent analysis of current structures of multilateral cooperation, and of the promises and pitfalls of alternative institutional arrangements. The IIGG program meets these needs by analyzing the strengths and weaknesses of existing multilateral institutions and proposing reforms tailored to new international circumstances. 

The IIGG fulfills its mandate by: 

·         Engaging CFR fellows in research on improving existing and building new frameworks to address specific global challenges-including climate change, the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, transnational terrorism, and global health-and disseminating the research through books, articles, Council Special Reports, and other outlets;

·         Bringing together influential foreign policymakers, scholars, and CFR members to debate the merits of international regimes and frameworks at meetings in New York, Washington, DC, and other select cities;

·         Hosting roundtable series whose objectives are to inform the foreign policy community of today’s international governance challenges and breed inventive solutions to strengthen the world’s multilateral bodies; and

·         Providing a state-of-the-art Web presence as a resource to the wider foreign policy community on issues related to the future of global governance.

The attached concept note summarizes the rationale for the program on global governance, describes potential areas of research and policy engagement, and outlines the envisioned products and activities. We believe that the research and policy agenda outlined here constitutes a significant contribution to U.S. and international deliberations on the requirements for world order in the twenty-first century. 

Other interactive video programs through the Council on Foreign Relations you will find equally as interesting are:

Crisis Guide: Climate Change

Crisis Guide:The Global Economy

Council on Foreign Relations Official Documents for your personal library:

United Nations Climate Change Science Compendium, 2009

G20: Present at the Creation of a New Economic Order

UN Security Council Resolution 1887, Non-proliferation

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We would like to salute the Australian website Biblebelievers for compiling the following list of members: The list can be found at:

http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/cfrall1.htm

Christopher Yi-Wen Ma                    CFR/92
Marcus Mabry                             CFR
Raymond Edwin Mabus, Jr.                 CFR
David McAdams                            CFR/92
William Gage McAfee                      CFR/92
Jeff Olivarius McAllister                CFR/92
Singleton B. McAllister                  CFR
Douglas MacArthur II                     CFR/84
John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur         CFR/92
John R. MacArthur                        CFR/21
Jennifer Toolin McAuliffe                CFR/92
Thomas Bayard McCabe                     CFR
Barry R. McCaffrey                       CFR
Cynthia Lillian McCaffrey                CFR
John S. McCain III (R-Az)                CFR
H. Carl McCall                           CFR
Thomas McCance                           CFR
Edward McCann                            CFR
Patrick F. McCartan                      CFR
John W. McCarter Jr.                     CFR
James P. McCarthy (Gen)                  CFR/92
John G. McCarthy                         CFR/92
Paul B. McCarthy                         CFR
Robert E. McCarthy                       CFR/84
John F. McCauley                         CFR
A. Brunson MacChesney III                CFR
Stanley A. McChrystal                    CFR
Tonya D. McClary                         CFR
John H. McClement                        CFR/21
Robert M. McClintock                     CFR
John J. McCloy                           CFR/92
John Jay McCloy II                       CFR/BB/53
Charles Peter McColough                  CFR/85
John Alex McCone                         CFR
Michael W. McConnel                      CFR/92
Charles F. MacCormack                    CFR/92
Elizabeth J. McCormack                   CFR/85
James McCormack, Jr.                     BB/CFR
Brooks McCormick                         CFR/85
David H. McCormick                       CFR
Vance C. McCormick                       CFR/21
Donald G. McCouch                        CFR/92
Paul Winston McCracken                   CFR/BB/TC/88
Dave K. McCurdy (D-Ok)                   CFR/92
John D. McCutcheon                       CFR
Joseph M. McDaniel, Jr.                  CFR
James A. McDermott (D-Wa)                CFR
Walsh McDermott                          CFR
Sean Daniel McDevitt                     CFR
J. Carlisle MacDonald                    CFR
Gordon J. F. MacDonald                   CFR/85
Shawn A. MacDonald                       CFR
Alonzo L. McDonald                       CFR/85
James G. McDonald                        CFR/21
Randal B. McDonald                       CFR/92
Tom McDonald                             CFR
William J. McDonough                     CFR/BB/92
Gary E. MacDougal                        CFR
Edward D. McDougal, Jr.                  CFR
Myres S. McDougal                        CFR
Gay J. McDougall                         CFR/85
David W. MacEachron                      CFR/92
Joan M. McEntee                          CFR
Kathleen Troia McFarland                 CFR/88
Ross A. McFarland                        CFR
Jennifer A. McFarlane                    CFR
Robert C. McFarlane (Bud)                CFR/92
Emily MacFarquhar                        CFR/TC/87
Roderick MacFarquhar                     CFR/92
Patricia Ann McFate                      CFR/85
Michael A. McFaul                        CFR
Cappy R. McGarr                          CFR
Gates White McGarrah                     CFR/21
Gale W. McGee                            CFR/BB/88
George C. McGee                          CFR/BB
George Crews McGhee                      CFR/BB/92
David E. McGiffert                       CFR/92
John F. McGillicuddy                     CFR
Adrien MacGillivray                      CFR
George Stanley McGovern                  CFR/92
Alan McGowan                             CFR/92
Eugene R. McGrath                        CFR/92
Margaret McGrath                         CFR/92
James H, McGraw, Jr.                     CFR
James H. McGraw                          CFR/21
Douglas MacGregor                        CFR/92
Ian K. MacGregor                         CFR/TC/84
Constantine E. McGuire                   CFR/21
Raymond J. McGuire                       CFR/92
William McGurn                           CFR
Thomas R. McHale                         CFR/88
Gracia Machel                            CFR
Donald F. McHenry                        CFR/BB/85
Fritz Machlup                            CFR
William F. Machold                       CFR
John McHugh                              CFR/21
Malcolm A. MacIntyre                     CFR
Frank Cary Macioce                       CFR
Murdoch MacIver                          CFR
Kathryn S. Mack                          CFR
Leo S. MacKay Jr.                        CFR
Vernon McKay                             CFR
James W. McKee Jr                        CFR/85
Katharine W. Mckee                       CFR/85
Porter McKeever                          CFR/92
Elizabeth A. McKeon                      CFR/92
Eileen R. Mackevich                      CFR
John K. McKinley                         CFR
Robert M. McKinney                       CFR/84
Myra S. McKitrick                        CFR/92
Thomas H. McKitrick                      CFR
Roy MacLaren                             CFR/92
Thomas F. McLarty III                    CFR
Charles James McLaughlin                 CFR
David T. McLaughlin                      CFR/84
Donald H. McLaughlin                     CFR
Dore Ann McLaughlin                      CFR/92
John E. McLaughlin                       CFR
Bruce K. MacLaury                        CFR/TC/84
Donald H. McLean, Jr.                    CFR
Mora L. McLean                           CFR
Sheila Avrin McLean                      CFR/92
Jon Blythe McLin                         CFR/84
Darrin Michael McMahon                   CFR
Kit McMahon                              CFR/88
Doyle McManus                            CFR
Jason D. McManus                         CFR/88
Whitney MacMillan                        CFR/92
Douglas McMinn                           CFR
Kathleen R. McNamara                     CFR
Robert Strange McNamara                  CFR/BB/TC/84
Thomas McNamara                          CFR
Thomas L. McNaugher                      CFR
John T. McNaughton                       CFR/BB
Francis J. McNeil                        CFR/92
John H. McNeill                          CFR/92
Robert McNeill                           CFR/84
Michael J. McNerney                      CFR
John D. Macomber                         CFR/92
William Butts Macomber                   CFR
Merrill A. McPeak (Gen)                  CFR/88
Brian C. McPeek                          CFR
Harry C. McPherson Jr                    CFR/92
M. Peter McPherson                       CFR/92
Lawrence C. McQuade                      CFR/92
Samuel McRoberts                         CFR/21
Ewen Cameron MacVeagh                    CFR
Lincoln MacVeagh                         CFR
Robert S.McWade                          CFR
Robert M. Macy Jr.                       CFR/92
William P. Maddox                        CFR
H.R. Maddux                              CFR
Arturo Madrid                            CFR/88
Nieto Rodrigo Madrigal                   CFR/TC/92
Mark Maeda                               CFR/92
Shonosuke Maeda                          CFR/92
August Maffry                            CFR/92
Peter A. Magowan                         CFR/92
John D. Maguire                          CFR/85
Walter N. Maguire                        CFR
Fred K. Mahaffey                         CFR/84
Mark S. Mahaney                          CFR
Kishore Mahbubani                        CFR/92
Thomas G. Mahnken                        CFR
Catherine F. Mahoney                     CFR
Margaret E. Mahoney                      CFR/92
Thomas H. Mahoney IV                     CFR/92
Vincent A. Mai                           CFR
Charles S. Maier                         CFR/88
Scott Mainwaring                         CFR/TC/87
Minoru Makihara                          CFR/92
Christopher J. Makins                    CFR/92
William P. Mako                          CFR/92
Pedro Malan                              CFR
Frederic V. Malek                        CFR/88
Clement B. Malin                         CFR/92
Tom Malinowski                           CFR
Richard Mallery                          CFR/84
Severo Mallet-Prevost                    CFR/21
Robert L. Mallett                        CFR
Robert Malley                            CFR
Harry Mallinson                          CFR
George W. Mallory                        CFR
Walter H. Mallory                        CFR/45
Harald B. Malmgren                       CFR/84
Philippa Malmgren                        CFR
Peoli Isidoro Malmierca                  CFR/85
Kim Malone                               CFR
Peter Malone                             CFR/92
David R. Malpass                         CFR
Mahmoud A. Mamdani                       CFR
Charles T. Manatt                        CFR
Marie Antoinette Manca                   CFR/85
Michael E. Mandelbaum                    CFR
John D. Mangels                          CFR/92
Lewis Manilow                            CFR/92
Audrey Forbes Manley                     CFR
Hillary P. Mann                          CFR
James H. Mann                            CFR
Michael D. Mann                          CFR/92
Thomas C. Mann                           CFR/88
Bayless Manning                          CFR/88
Robert J Manning                         CFR
Irwin Manoim                             CFR/85
Felix N. Mansager                        CFR/85
Edward Deering Mansfield                 CFR
Warren Demian Manshel                    CFR/92
Jim Manzi                                CFR
J. Eugene Marans                         CFR/87
Louis C. Marburg                         CFR/21
Delgado Carlos March                     CFR/88
David Marchick                           CFR
John E. Marcom                           CFR/88
Anna Patricia Marcucci                   CFR
John Arthur Marcum                       CFR/85
Stanley Marcus                           CFR
Carl Marcy                               CFR/92
Murrey Marder                            CFR
John J. Maresca                          CFR
Luis Munoz Marin                         CFR
David I. Margolis                        CFR/87
Roger A. Marinzoli                       CFR
Caputo Dante Mario                       CFR/92
David Everett Mark                       CFR/85
Hans Micheal Mark                        CFR
Julius Mark                              CFR
Rebecca P. Mark                          CFR
Lester Markel                            CFR
Michele G. Markoff                       CFR/85
Andrew Marks                             CFR/92
Jonathan B. Marks                        CFR
Leonard H. Marks                         CFR/92
Paul A. Marks                            CFR/92
Russell E. Marks Jr.                     CFR/84
Ann Roell Markusen                       CFR
Alice Tepper Marlin                      CFR/92
Theodore R. Marmor                       CFR/85
John C. Marous                           CFR/92
Phebe A. Marr                            CFR/88
Stephen Marris                           CFR/92
Donald Baird Marron                      CFR/92
Tom F. Marsh                             CFR
Robert E. Marshak                        CFR
Andrew W. Marshall                       CFR/92
Anthony D. Marshall                      CFR/92
Charles Burton Marshall                  CFR/92
Clifford B. Marshall                     CFR
Dale Rogers Marshall                     CFR
Catherine Marshall                       CFR/92
F. Ray Marshall                          CFR/90
Katherine Marshall                       CFR
Zachary Blake Marshall                   CFR
Elizabeth Martella                       CFR/92
Daniel R. Martin                         CFR/92
Edwin M. Martin                          CFR/92
Joan Martin-Brown                        CFR/TC/92
Lisa L. Martin                           CFR
Lynn M. Martin                           CFR
Malcolm W. Martin                        CFR/92
Mary Ellen Martin                        CFR/92
Susan Forbes Martin                      CFR
William F. Martin                        CFR/92
William McChesney Martin, Jr.            CFR/84
Gilles Martinet                          CFR/92
Armando Bravo Martinez                   CFR
Vilma S. Martinez                        CFR/TC/84
Ebehard Martini                          CFR/92
Joseph A. Martino                        CFR
Leo S. Martinuzzi Jr.                    CFR/92
Kati Marton                              CFR/92
William W. Marvel                        CFR
Anthony William Marx                     CFR/88
Mpho Mashinini                           CFR/92
Michael T. Masin                         CFR/92
John W. Masland                          CFR/92
Edward S. Mason                          CFR/BB
Elvis L. Mason                           CFR/84
Gregory Mason                            CFR/21
L. Camille Massey                        CFR/92
Walter E. Massey                         CFR
Suzanne Massie                           CFR/88
Elisa C. Massimino                       CFR
Michael Mastanduno                       CFR/85
John E. Masten                           CFR/TC/84
Carlton A. Masters                       CFR
Rui Mateus                               CFR/92
Michael J. Matheson                      CFR
Edward J. Mathews                        CFR
Jessica (Tuchman) Mathews                CFR/92
Michael S. Mathews                       CFR/88
Sylvia M. Mathews                        CFR
William R. Mathews                       CFR
Charles McCormick Mathias, Jr. (R-Md)    CFR/BB/92
Edward J. Mathias                        CFR
Brian Pierre Mathis                      CFR
Jack F. Matlock Jr.                      CFR/88
Robert T. Matsui (D-Ca)                  CFR/TC/92
Naotaka Matsukata                        CFR
Michiya Matsukawa                        CFR/88
Tama Matsuoka                            CFR/92
William B. Matteson                      CFR/92
Eugene A. Matthews                       CFR/92
John C. Matthews                         CFR
Markel Matthews                          CFR
Graham D. Mattison                       CFR
Gale A. Mattox                           CFR/TC/92
Albrecht Matuschka                       CFR/TC/92
Daniel C. Matuszewski                    CFR
Hanns W. Maull                           CFR/85
Carlyle E. Maw                           CFR/92
Andre Maximov                            CFR
Kenneth Robert Maxwell                   CFR/85
A. Wilfred May                           CFR
Clifford D. May                          CFR/88
Ernest R. May                            CFR/84
George 0. May                            CFR/27
Michael M. May                           CFR/88
Oliver May                               CFR
Stacy May                                CFR
Claudette M. Mayer                       CFR/92
Ferdinand L. Mayer                       CFR
Gerald M. Mayer                          CFR
Gerald M. Mayer, Jr.                     CFR/84
Lawrence A. Mayer                        CFR/92
Alice E. Mayhew                          CFR/92
C. William Maynes, Jr.                   CFR
Charles William Maynes                   CFR/BB
Robert C. Maynard                        CFR/88
Charles William Maynes                   CFR/84
Frederico Zaragoza Mayor                 CFR/TC/92
Michael J. Mazarr                        CFR
Jay Mazur                                CFR/TC/92
Jon Meacham                              CFR
Dana G. Mead                             CFR/85
Walter Russell Mead                      CFR
Dennis L. Meadows                        CFR/92
Donella H. Meadows                       CFR
Jeanne Terry Meadows                     CFR
Robert F. Meagher                        CFR/92
John J. Mearsheimer                      CFR
John F. Meck                             CFR
David S. Medina                          CFR
Kathryn B. Medina                        CFR
Mark C. Medish                           CFR
Richard Medley                           CFR
Sharon I. Meers                          CFR/88
Ahmed Esmat Abedel Meguid                CFR/92
Ghebre Selassie Mehreteab                CFR/92
Ved Mehta                                CFR/92
Charles F. Meissner                      CFR/92
Doris M. Meissner                        CFR/92
Irene W. Meister                         CFR/92
James E. Mejia                           CFR
Eric D. K. Melby                         CFR
Judy Hendren Mello                       CFR/92
George R. Melloan                        CFR/92
Richard A. Melville                      CFR/92
Sarah E. Mendelson                       CFR
Jose F. Mendez                           CFR
Saul H. Mendlovitz                       CFR/92
Roberto G. Mendoza                       CFR
Carl Braun Menges                        CFR
John Roger Menke                         CFR/84
S. Stanwood Menken                       CFR/21
Rajan Menon                              CFR/92
Livingston T. Merchant                   CFR/TC/84
H. C. L. Merillat                        CFR
Claire Sechler Merkel                    CFR
Christian Merkling                       CFR
Cesare Merlini                           CFR/88
Theodor Meron                            CFR/92
John E. Merow                            CFR/88
Philip Merrill                           CFR/88
Jack Neil Merritt (Gen)                  CFR/92
Duncan Merriwether                       CFR
Zoltan Merszei                           CFR/92
Julie Ann Mertus                         CFR
Charles Merz                             CFR
Carmelo Mesa-Lago                        CFR/92
Matthew S. Meselson                      CFR/90
Richard A. Meserve                       CFR/92
F. Andy Messing  Jr.                     CFR
Zach P. Messitte                         CFR
William Curtis Messner Jr.               CFR/92
Ricardo A. Mestres, Jr.                  CFR
George Rich Metcalf                      CFR/88
Ruben F. Mettler                         CFR/85
Herman A. Metz                           CFR/21
Barry Metzger                            CFR
Herman A. Metzger                        CFR
Jamie Frederic Metzl                     CFR
Carl J. Meyer                            CFR
Charles A. Meyer                         CFR/92
Charles Q. Meyer                         CFR/84
Cord Meyer, Jr.                          CFR/92
Edward C. Meyer (Shy)                    CFR/88
Eugene Meyer                             CFR
John Robert Meyer Jr.                    CFR/21
John M. Meyer Jr.                        CFR
Karl E. Meyer                            CFR
Katherine Meyer                          CFR/BB/TC
Laurence H. Meyer                        CFR
Michael Ryder Meyer                      CFR
Andreas Meyerlandrut                     CFR/92
Harold J. Meyerman                       CFR/85
Adam Meyerson                            CFR/92
Martin Meyerson                          CFR
Sidney E. Mezes                          CFR/21
Marguerite Michaels                      CFR
Sig Mickelson                            CFR/92
Ellen P. Mickiewicz                      CFR/85
Drew Middleton                           CFR/92
Elizabeth Midgley                        CFR/88
John Midgley                             CFR/92
Harold Midtbo                            CFR
Eugene B. Mihaly                         CFR/92
Robbins Milbank                          CFR
John G. Milburn                          CFR/21
Gwendolyn Mikell                         CFR/92
Edward L. Miles                          CFR/92
Judith B. Milestone                      CFR
D. G. Millar                             CFR
Mark J. Millard                          CFR/84
Anja Miller                              CFR
Arjay Miller                             CFR/TC
Barbara Miller                           CFR/90
Benjamin R. Miller                       CFR
Charles D. Miller                        CFR/92
Christopher D. Miller                    CFR/92
David Charles Miller Jr.                 CFR/92
David Hunter Miller                      CFR/21
Debra L. Miller                          CFR
Edward G. Miller, Jr.                    CFR
Francis P. Miller                        CFR
Franklin C. Miller                       CFR/85
Frederic A. Miller                       CFR/92
J. Irwin Miller                          CFR/85
Judith Miller (NYT)                      CFR/92
Judith A. Miller                         CFR/92
Ken Miller (Credit Suisse First Boston)  CFR
Layli Miller                             CFR
Linda B. Miller                          CFR/92
Marcia E. Miller                         CFR
Matthew L. Miller                        CFR
Paul David Miller                        CFR/92
Paul  L. Miller                          CFR/84
Paul R. Miller, Jr.                      CFR
Roberta Balstad Miller                   CFR
Scott L. Miller                          CFR
Steven E. Miller                         CFR/92
William B. Miller                        CFR
William Green Miller                     CFR/84
William J. Miller                        CFR
Michelle Beth Miller-Adams               CFR
Allan R. Millett                         CFR/88
John A. Millington                       CFR/92
Clark B. Millikan                        CFR
Max F. Millikan                          CFR
John S. Millis                           CFR
Walter Millis                            CFR
Bradford Mills                           CFR/92
Karen Gordon Mills                       CFR
Susan Linda Mills                        CFR/88
Helen Milner                             CFR/92
Valerie A. Mims                          CFR
Nancy-Ann Min                            CFR/92
Steven M. Miner                          CFR/88
Clark H. Minor                           CFR
Harold B. Minor                          CFR
Newton Norman Minow                      CFR/92
Daniel R. Mintz                          CFR
Lourdes R. Miranda                       CFR
Frank J. Mirkow                          CFR
Yehudah Mirsky                           CFR
Alexander V. Mishkin                     CFR
Arthur M. Mitchell III                   CFR
Charles E. Mitchell                      CFR
George H. Mitchell Jr.                   CFR
George J. Mitchell (D-Me)                CFR/92
Jacquelyn A. Mitchell                    CFR/88
James P. Mitchell                        CFR
Sidney A. Mitchell                       CFR
Wandra Mitchell                          CFR
Wesley C. Mitchell                       CFR/TC/27
David M. Mize                            CFR/TC
Isamu Miyazaki                           CFR/TC/92
Kiichi Miyazawa                          CFR/TC/92
Masaya Miyoshi                           CFR/85
Jan V. Mladek                            CFR/92
Kiichi Mochizuki                         CFR/85
Mike Masato Mochizuki                    CFR/92
Leo Model                                CFR
Sherwood G. Moe                          CFR/TC/84
George D. Moffett                        CFR
Yuzaburo Mogi                            CFR/88
Dominique Moisi                          CFR/88
Walter Thomas Molano                     CFR
Lisa Molho                               CFR/92
Edgar R. Molina                          CFR
Susan K. Molinari                        CFR
John V Moller Jr.                        CFR/92
Thomas E. Monaghan                       CFR
Walter Fritz Mondale                     CFR/BB/TC/84
Steven Monde                             CFR/92
Ernest J. Moniz                          CFR
Hunter K. Monroe                         CFR/92
George Cranwell Montgomery               CFR
Mark C. Montgomery                       CFR
Parker G. Montgomery                     CFR/92
Philip O'Bryan Montgomery III            CFR/TC/84
Robert H. Montgomery                     CFR/21
Mario Monti                              CFR/92
John M. Montias                          CFR
Joyce Lewinger Moock                     CFR/92
Carol Baldwin Moody                      CFR
Jim Moody                                CFR/92
William S. Moody                         CFR/84
Ben T. Moore                             CFR
Edward C. Moore                          CFR/21
Edward F. Moore                          CFR
George S. Moore                          CFR
Hugh Moore                               CFR
John J. Moore, Jr.                       CFR
John M. Moore                            CFR/92
John Norton Moore                        CFR/92
Jonathan Moore                           CFR/85
Julia A. Moore                           CFR
Paul Moore Jr. (Bishop)                  CFR
Maurice T. Moore                         CFR/92
Robert A. Moore                          CFR
Paul Moore, Jr.                          CFR/92
Walden Moore                             CFR
William T. Moore                         CFR
Thomas S. Moorman Jr. (Gen)              CFR
George E. Moose                          CFR/88
Richard M. Moose                         CFR/92
Alberto J. Mora                          CFR
Antonio G. Mora                          CFR
Milinda Moragoda                         CFR
Theodore H. Moran                        CFR/84
William E. Moran, Jr.                    CFR
Andrew M. Moravcsik                      CFR/88
Edwina Moreton                           CFR/92
David E. Morey                           CFR/85
Cecil Morgan                             CFR/92
D. P. Morgan                             CFR
George A. Morgan                         CFR
Henry Sturgis Morgan                     CFR
Lee L. Morgan                            CFR/84
Shepard Morgan                           CFR
Thomas E. Morgan D-PA                    CFR/84
Morgan Guaranty Trust                    CFR/92
Oskar Morgenstern                        CFR
Hans J. Morgenthau                       CFR
Lucinda L. Franks Morgenthau	         CFR/TC/84
Henry Morgenthau, Sr.                    CFR/21
Akio Morita                              CFR/92
James William Morley                     CFR/92
Gene P. Morrell                          CFR/92
Bailey Morris-Eck                        CFR/92
Grinnell Morris                          CFR/92
Max K. Morris                            CFR/92
Milton D. Morris                         CFR/92
Roland S. Morris                         CFR/21
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Arthur C. Morrissey                      CFR
David A. Morse                           CFR
Edward L. Morse                          CFR/92
F. Bradford Morse                        CFR/92
Kenneth P. Morse                         CFR/87
Gene P. Morrell                          CFR
David H. Mortimer                        CFR
Louis Morton                             CFR
Robert Adam Mosbacher                    CFR
Teed Michael Moseley                     CFR
Philip E. Mosely                         CFR/92
Alfred H. Moses                          CFR/88
Michael David Mosettig                   CFR/92
Kenneth A. Moskow                        CFR
Michael H. Moskow                        CFR
James N. Moskowitz                       CFR
Ambler H. Moss Jr.                       CFR/90
David A. Moss                            CFR
Richard H. Moss                          CFR/88
Joel W. Motley                           CFR/TC/87
Moriyuki Motono                          CFR/92
John L. Mott                             CFR/90
Roy P. Mottahedeh                        CFR
Daniel T. Motulsky                       CFR
Lucia Mouat                              CFR/90
Alexander Motyl                          CFR/88
David C. Mowery                          CFR/85
Bill D. Moyers                           CFR/BB/92
Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY)           CFR/92
John Edwin Mroz                          CFR/88
Daniel H. Mudd                           CFR
Henry T. Mudd                            CFR
Margaret Farris Mudd                     CFR/87
Steven J. Mufson                         CFR/88
Robert G. Mugabe                         CFR/92
Malcolm Muir                             CFR/TC/84
Eusebio M. Mujal-Leon                    CFR/TC/84
Takashi Mukaibo                          CFR/92
David C. Mulford                         CFR/90
William David Mulholland Jr.             CFR
Henry Muller (Time Magazine)             CFR/84
Steven Muller                            CFR/92
James C. Mulvenon                        CFR
Carl E. Mundy Jr.                        CFR/92
Edwin S. Munger                          CFR/88
George Munoz                             CFR
Marin Luis Munoz                         CFR
Dana G. Munro                            CFR
Richard J Munro                          CFR/88
George B. Munroe                         CFR/92
Vernon Munroe, Jr.                       CFR/TC/84
Henry Lee Munson                         CFR
Preben Munthe                            CFR/92
Winthrop R. Munyan                       CFR/TC/84
Emily Moto Murase                        CFR
Jiro Murase                              CFR/TC/92
Joshua Muravchik                         CFR/TC
Forrest D. Murden, Jr.                   CFR
Rupert Murdoch                           CFR
Deroy Murdock                            CFR
William F. Murdy                         CFR
Klaus Murmann                            CFR/TC/92
George Murnane                           CFR/21
Minoru Murofushi                         CFR/92
Caryle Marie Murphy                      CFR
Donald R. Murphy                         CFR
Ewell E. Murphy, Jr.                     CFR
Franklin D. Murphy                       CFR
Grayson M. P. Murphy                     CFR/84
Joseph S. Murphy                         CFR/92
Richard W. Murphy                        CFR/92
Robert Daniel Murphy                     CFR/BB
Sean David Murphy                        CFR/92
Thomas S. Murphy                         CFR
Allan E. Murray (Mobil)                  CFR/TC/84
Douglas P. Murray                        CFR/92
Ian P. Murray                            CFR
Janice L. Murray                         CFR/TC/92
Leonard Murray II                        CFR
Lori Esposito Murray                     CFR/TC/87
Lowell Murray                            CFR/92
Robert J. Murray                         CFR
Edward R. Murrow                         CFR
Martha Twitchell Muse                    CFR/84
Yoweri Kaguta Museveni                   CFR/92
Edmund S. Muskie                         CFR/92
Denys P. Myers                           CFR
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Arnold Nachmanoff                        CFR/92
Michael L. Nacht                         CFR/88
M. Ishaq Nadiri                          CFR/TC/87
John A. Nagl                             CFR
Arnold Nachmanoff                        CFR/92
Michael L. Nacht                         CFR/88
Ishaq M. Nadiri                          CFR/87
Yonosuke Nagai                           CFR/TC/92
Elichi Nagasue                           CFR/92
Andrew Nagorski                          CFR/92
Zygmunt Nagoriski                        CFR/92
Mitri J. Najjar                          CFR/TC/92
Kaneo Nakmura                            CFR/TC/92
Toshio Nakamura                          CFR/92
K. A. Namkung                            CFR/TC/92
Karl-Heniz Narjes                        CFR/85
Raymond Donald Nasher                    CFR
John W. Nason                            CFR/84
Salim Nasr                               CFR/88
Marlis Nast                              CFR/92
Andrew J. Nathan                         CFR
James A. Nathan                          CFR/92
Robert R. Nathan                         CFR/92
Marc B. Nathanson                        CFR
Raffiq A. Nathoo                         CFR
Ted M. Natt                              CFR/92
Henry R. Nau                             CFR/92
Alexander Navab                          CFR
Rosamond Lee Naylor                      CFR/88
Hisham M. Nazer                          CFR/85
Haleh Nazeri                             CFR
Alfred C. Neal                           CFR/BB/84
Stephen L. Neal (D-NC)                   CFR
Thomas H. Neary                          CFR/92
Kevin G. Nealer                          CFR
Thomas H. Neary                          CFR
John D. Negroponte                       CFR/92
Aryeh Neier                              CFR/85
William A. Neilson                       CFR/21
Anne  Nelson                             CFR
Clifford C. Nelson                       CFR/92
Daniel N. Nelson                         CFR/92
Fred M. Nelson                           CFR/92
Jack H. Nelson (L. A. Times)             CFR
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Marie E. Nelson                          CFR
Mark A. Nelson                           CFR/92
Merlin E. Nelson                         CFR/84
Robert L. Nelson, Jr.                    CFR
Steven C. Nelson                         CFR
Richard A. Nenneman                      CFR
Stephanie G. Neuman                      CFR/88
Benjamin Netanyahu                       CFR/88
Norman Neureiter                         CFR
Sigmund Neumann                          CFR
Richard E. Neustadt                      CFR/85
Esther R. Newberg                        CFR
Andre W. G. Newburg                      CFR/92
Nancy S. Newcomb                         CFR/92
Barbara W. Newell                        CFR/92
John Newhouse                            CFR/BB/92
Constance Barry Newman                   CFR
Frank N. Newman                          CFR
Jay H. Newman                            CFR
Priscilla A. Newman                      CFR/92
Richard T. Newman                        CFR/92
David Dunlop Newsom                      CFR/92
M. Diana H. Newton                       CFR
Quigg Newton, Jr.                        CFR/85
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Nick J. Nicholas Jr.                     CFR/92
Calvin J. Nichols                        CFR
Carole Nichols                           CFR
Nancy Stephenson Nichols                 CFR
Rodney W. Nichols                        CFR/92
Thomas S. Nichols                        CFR
William I. Nichols                       CFR
Jamie E. Nicholson                       CFR/88
Jan Nicholson                            CFR
Herman W. Nickel                         CFR/92
A. L. Nickerson                          CFR
Eugene H. Nickerson                      CFR
Reinhold Niebuhr                         CFR
John M. Niehuss                          CFR/92
Rosemary Neaher Niehuss                  CFR/92
Nancy Nielsen                            CFR/85
Waldemar August Nielsert                 CFR
Claudia Nierenberg                       CFR
William A. Nierenberg                    CFR/92
A. Kenneth Nilsson                       CFR/92
Matthew Nimetz                           CFR/TC/84
Masashi Nishihara                        CFR/88
William A. Niskanen                      CFR/TC/92
Paul Henry Nitze                         CFR/BB
William A. Nitze                         CFR/92
Crystal Nix                              CFR
Edwin Nixon                              CFR/TC/92
Richard M. Nixon                         CFR
Ivana Astrid Nizich                      CFR
Eli M. Noam                              CFR
Luis G. Nogales                          CFR
Teruo Noguchi                            CFR/88
Janne Emilie Nolan                       CFR/88
Kimberly Nolan                           CFR/87
Marcus Noland                            CFR/92
Richard H. Nolte                         CFR/92
Frederick E. Nolting, Jr.                CFR
Eric S. Nonacs                           CFR
Robert Harry Nooter                      CFR/92
William S. Norman                        CFR/TC/84
Grover Glenn Norquist                    CFR
Humphrey Norrington                      CFR/85
Lauris Norstad                           CFR/BB/92
Michael F. Northrop                      CFR/92
Augustus Richard Norton                  CFR/87
Charles Dyer Norton                      CFR/21
Eleanor Holmes Norton                    CFR/87
W. W. Norton                             CFR/21
Kim Richard Nossal                       CFR/85
Suzanne F. Nossel                        CFR
Berrnard D. Nossiter                     CFR/92
Frank W. Notestein                       CFR
Lucio A. Noto                            CFR
Michael Novak                            CFR/92
Barnet Nover                             CFR
Margaret A. Novicki                      CFR/85
Charles Phelps Noyes                     CFR/92
Henry R. Noyes                           CFR/21
W. Albert Noyes, Jr.                     CFR
Jeffrey D. Nuechterlein                  CFR/85
Walter Nugent                            CFR/84
Sam Nujoma                               CFR/88
Kazuo Nukazawa                           CFR/TC/88
Bruce Nussbaum                           CFR
John Nuveen                              CFR
J. Benjamin H. Nye                       CFR/92
Joseph S. Nye, Jr.                       CFR/92/RS/TC/BB         

George W. Oakes                          CFR/92
John Bertram Oakes                       CFR
John G. H. Oakes                         CFR
Phyllis Elliott Oakley                   CFR
Robert Bigger Oakley                     CFR/88
Olusegun Obasanjo                        CFR/92
Don Oberdorfer                           CFR/92
Dennis J. O'Brien                        CFR/85
Justin O'Brien                           CFR
David A. Ochmanek                        CFR/88
Carol Ocleireacain                       CFR/92
Mary Ellen Oconnell                      CFR/88
Stephen A. Oconnell                      CFR/92
Roderic L. O'Connor                      CFR
Sandra Day O'Connor                      CFR/92
Walter F. O'Connor                       CFR/88
Philip A. Odeen                          CFR/92
John S. Odell                            CFR/92
R. S. Oelman                             CFR
William E. Odom                          CFR/92
Kevin Odonnell                           CFR/92
Anthony G. Oettinger                     CFR/92
Morris W. Offit                          CFR/92
J. Daniel O'Flaherty                     CFR/TC/84
Toshiaki Ogasawara                       CFR/TC/92
Akira Ogata                              CFR/TC/92
Sadako Ogata                             CFR/88
Alfred Ogden                             CFR/S&B/32
William S. Ogden                         CFR/92
Kongdan Oh                               CFR
Joseph A O'Hare                          CFR/TC/87
Sumio Okahasi                            CFR/TC/92
Mitsuyoshi Okano                         CFR/TC/88
Merle Aiko Okawara                       CFR
Yoshio Okawara                           CFR/88
Hisahiko Okazaki                         CFR/85
Bernard J. Okeefe                        CFR/TC/84
Michael Okennedy                         CFR/85
Daniel I. Okimoto                        CFR/TC/84
Saburd Okita                             CFR/TC/92
Michel Oksenberg                         CFR/TC/84
Ariyoshi Okumura                         CFR/92
Arthur M. Okun                           CFR
Herbert S. Okun                          CFR/92
L. Jay Oliva                             CFR/92
April Oliver                             CFR/92
Covey T. Oliver                          CFR/92
Howard T. Oliver                         CFR/21
Lionel H. Olmer                          CFR
Ehud Olmert                              CFR/92
Cecil J. Olmsted                         CFR/92
Leif Olsen                               CFR/85
Norman Olsen                             CFR
Lawrence J. Olson                        CFR/92
Ronald L. Olson                          CFR
William Clinton Olson                    CFR/92
Lee D. Olvey                             CFR/92
Cormac K. H. O'Malley                    CFR/84
Dato Abu Hassan Omar                     CFR/88
Thomas E. Omestad                        CFR/92
Michael James O'Neill                    CFR/84
Elizabeth Heneghan Ondaatje              CFR/92
John R. Opel                             CFR/92
Franz M. Oppenheimer                     CFR/92
Fritz E. Oppenheimer                     CFR
Harry Frederick Oppenheimer              CFR
J. Robert Oppenheimer                    CFR
Julius Robert Oppenheimer                CFR
Michael F. Oppenheimer                   CFR/92
Kevin P. O'Prey                          CFR
John E. Orchard                          CFR
Diane Orentlicher                        CFR
Stephen A. Orlins                        CFR/92
Norman J. Ornstein                       CFR/TC/84
Robert C. Orr                            CFR
Peter R. Orszag                          CFR
Egidio Ortona                            CFR/88
Marian Orzechowski                       CFR/90
Kent H. Osband                           CFR/92
Earl D. Osborn                           CFR
Frederick H. Osborn                      CFR
Geo. K. Osborn, (Col.)                   CFR/92
John E. Osborn                           CFR
William Church Osborn                    CFR/21
William H. Osborn                        CFR
Lithgow Osborne                          CFR
Richard de J. Osborne                    CFR/85
Stanley de J. Osborne                    CFR
Robert E. Osgood                         CFR/92
Elise O'Shaughnessy                      CFR/92
Elizabeth M. Osisek                      CFR
Margaret Osmer-McQuade                   CFR/84
Peter L. W. Osnos                        CFR/92
Susan Sherer Osnos                       CFR/92
Taylor F. Ostander                       CFR/84
Christian Ostermann                      CFR
William Brian Ostlund                    CFR
F. Taylor Ostrander, Jr.                 CFR
Stephen T. Ostrander                     CFR
Sylvia Ostry                             CFR/92
Joaquin F. Otero                         CFR
Maurice A. Oudin                         CFR/21
Andrew N. Overby                         CFR
Geneva Overholser                        CFR/87
Douglas W. Overton                       CFR
Nina Overton                             CFR/TC/92
Michael S. Ovitz                         CFR
David M. P. Owen                         CFR/92
Garry Owen                               CFR
Henry David Owen                         CFR/92
Robert Bishop Owen                       CFR/TC/84
James W. Owens                           CFR
William A. Owens (Adm.)                  CFR/92
Bernard H. Oxman                         CFR
Stephen Alan Oxman                       CFR/92
Robert B. Oxnam                          CFR/84
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Douglas Haines Paal                      CFR/88
Robert L. Paarlberg                      CFR/88
Pedro Pacavira                           CFR/88
Frank Pace, Jr.                          CFR
Harry P. Pachon                          CFR
George Randolph Packard                  CFR/84
Cynthia Paddock                          CFR/88
Vladimir Padunov                         CFR/85
Leslie Paffrath                          CFR
Carter W. Page                           CFR
Howard W. Page                           CFR/84
John H. Page                             CFR/88
Robert Guthrie Page                      CFR/S&B/22
Walter Hines Page                        CFR/84
Heinz R. Pagels                          CFR/87
Aziz Pahad                               CFR/88
George C. Paine II                       CFR/92
Abraham Pais  (IASP)                     CFR/85
Sara V. Pais                             CFR/92
Hannah C. Pakula                         CFR/85
John Palenberg                           CFR/85
William Samuel Paley                     CFR/J/84
John G. Palfrey                          CFR
Edward S. Pallesen                       CFR
Michael Palliser                         CFR/92
Mark Palmer                              CFR/92
Norman D. Palmer                         CFR/92
Ronald D. Palmer                         CFR/92
April Palmerlee                          CFR
Victor H. Palmieri                       CFR/88
Farah A. Pandith                         CFR
Wolfgang K. H. Panofsky                  CFR/92
Kurt F. Pantzer                          CFR
Stewart J. Paperin                       CFR
Scott Edward Pardee                      CFR
Herbert Pardes                           CFR
James W. Pardew Jr.                      CFR
Alexandra Wood Parent                    CFR
Louise M. Parent                         CFR
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Richard L. Park                          CFR
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Barrington Daniels Parker Jr.            CFR/85
Daniel Parker                            CFR/92
Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker               CFR
Jason H. Parker                          CFR/92
Jay M. Parker                            CFR
Karen E. Parker                          CFR
Karen Parker-Feld                        CFR
Maynard M. Parker                        CFR/88
Penny Parker                             CFR
Philo W. Parker                          CFR
Richard Bordeaux Parker                  CFR
George L. Parkhurst                      CFR
Roger P. Parkinson                       CFR/85
Michael Christopher Parks                CFR
Jonathan Paris                           CFR
Mark Robert Parris                       CFR/84
Bruce Parrott                            CFR/92
Gerald L. Parsky                         CFR/92
John C. Parsons                          CFR
Richard Dean Parsons                     CFR/92
William Barclay Parsons                  CFR/21
Carlos E. Pascual                        CFR
Juliette M. Passer-Muslin                CFR
Herbert Passin                           CFR/88
Howard G. Paster                         CFR
Ed Pastor                                CFR
Robert A. Pastor                         CFR
Parag Patel                              CFR
Hugh T. Patrick                          CFR/92
Stewart M. Patrick                       CFR
Thomas Harold Patrick                    CFR
Alan J. Patricof                         CFR
Ernest T. Patrikis                       CFR
Ellmore C. Patterson                     CFR/84
Frederick D. Patterson                   CFR
Gardner Patterson                        CFR/92
Hugh B. Patterson Jr.                    CFR/85
Robert P. Patterson Jr.                  CFR/87
Torkel L. Patterson                      CFR/92
Guy J. Pauker                            CFR/92
Michael G. Paul                          CFR
Norman S. Paul                           CFR
Roland A. Paul                           CFR/84
Henry M. Paulson, Jr.                    CFR
Judith K. Paulus                         CFR
Louis W. Pauly                           CFR/88
Barry Pavel                              CFR
Jean Claude Paye                         CFR/92
Donald M. Payne (D-NJ)                   CFR/85
Frederick B. Payne                       CFR/BB
Frederick H. Payne                       CFR/21
Samuel B. Payne                          CFR/85
Charles Shipman Payson                   CFR
George Foster Peabody                    CFR/21
Philip Dexter Peacock                    CFR/92
William R. Pearce                        CFR/92
Thomas P. Peardon                        CFR
Norman Pearlstine                        CFR/J/92
Andrew C. Pearson                        CFR/21
John E. Pearson                          CFR/92
Scott D. Pearson                         CFR
Michael A. Peck                          CFR/87
Gardner G Peckham                        CFR
Richard Foote Pedersen (State Dept.)     CFR/92
Rena M. Pederson                         CFR/92
Kathryn C. Pelgrift                      CFR/92
Claiborne Pell (D-RI)                    CFR/92
Robert H. Pelletreau Jr.                 CFR/92
Eric J. Pelofsky                         CFR
Victor A. Pelson                         CFR
Karl J. Pelzer                           CFR
Frederico F. Pena                        CFR
James K. Penfield                        CFR/92
Mark Jeffrey Penn                        CFR
Paul G. Pennoyer                         CFR
Robert M. Pennoyer                       CFR/92
Charles H. Percy (R-Il)                  CFR/92
Raul Perea-Henze                         CFR
Joseph Robert Perella                    CFR
Guido R. Perera                          CFR
Richard D. Perea                         CFR
Don Peretz                               CFR/92
Antonio F. Perez                         CFR/88
Carlos Andres Perez                      CFR/88
David Perez                              CFR
Linda J. Perkin                          CFR
Courtland D. Perkins                     CFR
Edward Joseph Perkins                    CFR/88
James Alfred Perkins                     CFR/BB/92
James H. Perkins                         CFR/21
Milo Perkins                             CFR
Roswell B. Perkins                       CFR/92
George R. Perkovich                      CFR
Richard Norman Perle                     CFR/J/92
Janice Elaine Perlman                    CFR/92
Amos Perlmutter                          CFR/85
Louis Perlmutter                         CFR
Henry H. Perritt, Jr.                    CFR
Elizabeth Jean Perry                     CFR
Hart Perry                               CFR/TC/84
Michael Perry                            CFR/92
Robert Ceplias Perry                     CFR
William J. Perry                         CFR
Hillary Kircher Peruzzi                  CFR
Arthur King Peters                       CFR/92
Aulana L. Peters                         CFR/85
C. Brooks Peters                         CFR
Michael P. Peters                        CFR
Donald E. Petersen                       CFR/85
Gustav H. Petersen                       CFR/92
Howard C. Petersen                       CFR/BB/92
Erick R. Peterson                        CFR/92
Holly Peterson                           CFR
Mathew Scott Petersen                    CFR
Peter G. Peterson                        CFR/TC
Rudolph A. Peterson                      CFR/84
S.R. Petersen                            CFR/84
David H. Petraeus                        CFR/92
Richard W. Petree Sr.                    CFR/92
Richard W. Petree Jr.                    CFR
Thomas E. Petri                          CFR/88
Rinaldo Petrignani                       CFR/88
Nicolai N. Petro                         CFR/90
Vladimir F. Petrovsky                    CFR/92
Stephen R. Petschek                      CFR/88
Peter J. Pettibone                       CFR
John R. Petty                            CFR/92
Joseph Peyronnin                         CFR
Lawrence A. Pezzullo                     CFR/92
Robert Louis Pfaltzgraff, Jr.            CFR
Jane Cahill Pfeiffer                     CFR/92
Leon K Pfeiffer                          CFR
Ralph A. Pfeiffer, Jr.                   CFR/92
Steven B. Pfeiffer                       CFR/92
Kien D. Pham                             CFR
Susan J. Pharr                           CFR/92
John J. Phelan, Jr.                      CFR/92
Cecil M. Phillips                        CFR
Christopher H. Phillips                  CFR/85
David L. Phillips                        CFR
Edward E. Philips                        CFR/85
John G. Phillips                         CFR/92
Russell A. Phillips Jr.                  CFR/92
William Phillips                         CFR
Herman Phleger                           CFR
Harvey Picker                            CFR/85
Jean Picker                              CFR/92
James V. Pickering                       CFR
Thomas Reeve Pickering                   CFR/BB/92
Steve R. Pieczenik                       CFR/92
Alberto M. Piedra, Jr.                   CFR
Gerald Piel                              CFR/BB/85
Kerry K.  Pierce                         CFR/92
Lawrence W. Pierce                       CFR
Ponchitta  Pierce                        CFR/92
William C. Pierce                        CFR/92
George Piercy                            CFR/88
Jan Piercy                               CFR
Lewis E. Pieroon                         CFR/21
Roland Pierotti                          CFR/84
Andrew J. Pierre                         CFR/92
Jeffrey D Pierson                        CFR/92
Warren Lee Pierson                       CFR
Alan Jay Parrish Pifer                   CFR/92
Charles McGee Piggott,                   CFR/92
H. Harvey Pike                           CFR
John E. Pike                             CFR/92
Kathryn Pilgrim                          CFR
Russell I. Pillar                        CFR
Donald L. Pilling (R. Adm.)              CFR/92
Charles J. Pilliod Jr.                   CFR/92
Michael Pillsbury                        CFR
Juliana Geran Pilon                      CFR
Lionel I. Pincus                         CFR/92
Walter H. Pincus                         CFR/92
Jeanne Pinder                            CFR/92
W. Stewart Pinkerton, Jr.                CFR/92
John A. Pino                             CFR/85
Joseph J. Pinola                         CFR/TC/84
Balsemao Francisco Pinto                 CFR/88
Daniel Pipes                             CFR/92
Richard E. Pipes                         CFR/84
Howard S. Piquet                         CFR
Alyson Piro                              CFR/88
Jane G. Pisano                           CFR
Joe W. Pitts III                         CFR/85
Louis D. Pizzarello                      CFR
John B. M. Place                         CFR/92
John N. Plank                            CFR/85
E. Raymond Platig                        CFR/92
Alan A. Platt                            CFR/88
Alexander Hartley Platt                  CFR/85
Jonas M. Platt                           CFR/88
Nicholas Platt                           CFR/85
Donald C. Platten                        CFR/92
Marc F. Plattner                         CFR
Stephanie S. Platz                       CFR
Peter G. Plaut                           CFR
Richard L. Plepler                       CFR
Calvin H. Plimpton                       CFR/92
Francis T. P. Plimpton                   CFR
Calvin H. Plirnpton                      CFR
Valerie Ploumpis                         CFR
Joseph J. Plurneri II                    CFR
Rutherford M. Poats                      CFR
Michael N. Pocalyko                      CFR/92
Norman Podhoretz                         CFR/BB/92
L. Welch Pogue                           CFR
Richard W. Pogue                         CFR/92
Charles Poletti                          CFR
Frank L. Polk                            CFR/21
George W. Polk                           CFR/92
Judd Polk                                CFR
William R. Polk                          CFR/84
Gerald A. Pollack                        CFR/92
Jonathan D. Pollack                      CFR
Kenneth M. Pollack                       CFR
Lester Pollack                           CFR
Nelson W. Polsby                         CFR/92
Elizabeth Pond                           CFR/90
Daniel Bruce Poneman                     CFR/92
T. Coleman Du Pont                       CFR/21
Ithiel DeSola Pool                       CFR
Marquita J. Pool-Eckert                  CFR
DeWitt Clinton Poole                     CFR
Marquita J. Pool                         CFR/85
Clara A. Pope                            CFR
Anne Brandeis Popkin                     CFR
Frank P. Popoff                          CFR
J. Sheppard Poor                         CFR/92
Amelia Porges                            CFR/88
Frank P. Popoff                          CFR/92
Carlos Portales                          CFR/88
Gareth D. Porter                         CFR/92
John Edward Porter (R-Il)                CFR/88
Jonathan D. Portes                       CFR
Richard D. Portes                        CFR/92
Arturo C. Porzecanski                    CFR/92
Adam Posen                               CFR
Barry R. Posen                           CFR/92
Micheal H. Posner                        CFR/92
James H. Post                            CFR/21
Wesley W. Posvar                         CFR/92
Robert S. Potter                         CFR/84
William C. Potter                        CFR/92
Catherine Powell                         CFR
Colin L. Powell                          CFR/BB/92
Jerome H. Powell                         CFR
Philip H. Power                          CFR/85
Sarah Goddard Power                      CFR/85
Thomas F. Power, Jr.                     CFR/85
Timothy E. Powers                        CFR
Averill L. Powers                        CFR
Joshua B. Powers                         CFR/92
Thomas Moore Powers                      CFR/88
William F. Powers, Jr.                   CFR/90
Robert C. Pozen                          CFR
Amos Frederick Praeger                   CFR/92
P. F. A. Prance                          CFR
Robert John Pranger                      CFR/85
Sheri Prasso                             CFR
Sheridan T. Prasso                       CFR
Edmund T. Pratt, Jr.                     CFR/92
H. Irving Pratt                          CFR
John T. Pratt                            CFR/21
Henry Precht                             CFR/88
Daryl G. Press                           CFR
Frank Press                              CFR/92
Larry Pressler (R-Sd)                    CFR/92
Jerome Preston                           CFR
Julia Preston                            CFR/90
Lewis Thompson Preston                   CFR/84
Clyde Prestowitz                         CFR/92
Kenneth Prewitt                          CFR/92
Daniel M. Price                          CFR/92
Don K. Price                             CFR/BB
Dorothy Price                            CFR/90
Hugh B. Price                            CFR/92
John R. Price Jr.                        CFR/84
Raymond Price, Jr.                       CFR
Robert Price                             CFR/84
Glenn T. Prickett                        CFR
William W. Priest, Jr.                   CFR
Daniel B. Prieto III                     CFR
William C. Prillaman                     CFR
Yevgeny M. Primakov                      CFR/88
Charles O. Prince III                    CFR
Ross J. Pritchard                        CFR
Penny Pritzker                           CFR
Thomas J. Pritzker                       CFR
John B. Prizer                           CFR
George E. Probst                         CFR
Herbert V. Prochnow                      CFR
Lisa R. Pruitt                           CFR
Jeffrey F. Pryce                         CFR
William T. Pryce                         CFR
Donald James Puchala                     CFR/92
Allen E. Puckett                         CFR/92
Robert H. Puckett                        CFR
Richard C. Pugh                          CFR/88
Edward L. Pulling                        CFR
Thomas L. Pulling                        CFR
Susan Kaufman Purcell                    CFR/92
Robert E. Pursley                        CFR/84
Karen L. Puschel                         CFR/92
Nigel Purvis                             CFR
Nathan M. Pusey                          CFR/92
John S. Pustay (Gen.)                    CFR/85
Patrick A. Putignano                     CFR/85
George E. Putnam                         CFR/TC/92
Robert D. Putnam                         CFR/92
Edwin J. Putzell, Jr.                    CFR
Lucian W. Pye                            CFR/88
Cassandra A. Pyle                        CFR/92
Kenneth B. Pyle                          CFR/88
Francis Pym                              CFR/88         

Qichen Qian                              CFR/92
Anthony C. E. Quainton                   CFR
William B. Quandt                        CFR/92
George H. Quester                        CFR/85
Philip W. Quigg                          CFR/92
Kevin F. F. Quigley                      CFR/90
Leonard V. Quigley                       CFR/84
Jane Bryant Quinn                        CFR
John M. Quinn                            CFR
Moeen A. Qureshi                         CFR/92         

Jennifer J. Raab                         CFR
Bruce Rabb                               CFR
Maxwell M. Rabb                          CFR/85
Isidor Isaac Rabi                     BB/CFR/84
Itamar Rabinovich                        CFR/92
Alexander Rabinowitch                    CFR/92
Victor Rabinowitch                       CFR/92
Gregory N. Racz                          CFR
Stephen G. Rademaker                     CFR/92
Robert W. Radtke                         CFR
Laurence I. Radway                       CFR/92
David V. Ragone                          CFR/84
Jean Bernard Raimond                     CFR/92
Franklin Delano Raines                   CFR/RS/92
John Raisian                             CFR
Regan Elisabeth Ralph                    CFR
Joseph W. Ralston                        CFR
J. Howard Rambin                         CFR
Bruce M. Ramer                           CFR
Lawrence J. Ramer                        CFR
Lilia L. Ramirez                         CFR/88
Mercado Sergio Ramirez                   CFR/92
Joshua Cooper Ramo                       CFR/84
Simon Ramo                               CFR/84
Fidel V. Ramos                           CFR/85
W. Russell Ramsey                        CFR
Sean R. Randolph                         CFR/TC/84
Clark T. Randt, Jr                       CFR
Charles B. Rangel (D-NY)                 CFR/92
Gustav Ranis                             CFR/92
Clyde E. Rankin III                      CFR
Michael Raoul-Dubal                      CFR/88
Robin Lynn Raphel                        CFR
Alan H. Rappaport                        CFR
Myer Rashish                             CFR/88
Nicholas J. Rasmussen                    CFR
J. Thomas Ratchford                      CFR
M. J. Rathbone                           CFR
Dan Rather                               CFR/92
George W. Rathjens                       CFR/TC/84
Steven R. Ratner                         CFR/88
Romesh M. Ratnesar                       CFR
Steven Lawrence Rattner                  CFR
Gregory J. Rattray                       CFR
Rudolph S. Rauch III                     CFR/92
Alan Charles Raul                        CFR/88
Kal L. Raustiala                         CFR
Patricia Ravagi                          CFR/92
Earl C. Ravenal                          CFR/92
Albert  V. Ravenholt                     CFR/92
Richard Ravitch                          CFR
Samantha F. Ravich                       CFR
Lawrence G. Rawl                         CFR/85
Merle R. Rawson                          CFR/92
George W. Ray, Jr.                       CFR
David A. Raymond                         CFR
Jack Raymond (NYT)                       CFR/TC/88
Lee R. Raymond                           CFR/TC/92
Benjamin H. Read                         CFR/92
Claire E. Reade                          CFR
Celina B. Realuyo                        CFR
Harry Reasoner                           CFR
Sanford C. Reback                        CFR/88
Samuel Reber                             CFR
Kristin D. Rechberger                    CFR
Jeffrey Record                           CFR/90
Peter Reddaway                           CFR/92
Charles Edgar Redman                     CFR
Annette Rordon Reed                      CFR
Charles B. Reed                          CFR/88
Jack Reed                                CFR
John Shephard Reed                    BB/CFR/88
Joseph Verner Reed                       CFR/85
Philip Dunham Reed                       CFR/45
Matthew R. Rees                          CFR
William Sears Reese                      CFR
Jay B. L. Reeves                         CFR/85
Donald Thomas Regan                      CFR
Edward V. Regan                          CFR
John M. Regan, Jr.                       CFR/85
Ned Regan                                CFR
James Regens                             CFR
John B Rehm                              CFR/84
Robert B. Reich                          CFR/92
Douglas D. Reichert                      CFR/85
William M. Reichert                      CFR/92
Ogden Rogers Reid                        CFR/92
Whitelaw Reid                            CFR/92
Bruce Reidel                             CFR
Peter A. Reiling                         CFR
Saskia S. Reilly                         CFR
William K. Reilly                        CFR
Dennis Joe Reimer (Gen.)                 CFR
Fernando Miguel Reimers                  CFR
G. Frederick Reinhardt                   CFR
John E. Reinhardt                        CFR/92
Carmen M. Reinhart                       CFR
Jehuda Reinharz                          CFR
Fred W. Reinke                           CFR
Jeffrey A. Reinke                        CFR
Edwin O. Reischauer                      CFR
Michael M. Reisman                       CFR
William Michael Reisman                  CFR/92
Mitchell B. Reiss                        CFR/92
William Reitzel                          CFR
Thomas F. Remington                      CFR
David J. Remnick                         CFR
Elizabeth J. Remick                      CFR
William S. Renchard                      CFR
Charles Byron Renfrew                    CFR/92
Jeannie M. Renné                         CFR
Milbrey Rennie                           CFR
Renate Rennie                            CFR
Wesley F. Rennie                         CFR
Gordon S. Rentschler                     CFR
John C. Reppert                          CFR
Judith V. Reppy                          CFR/92
Arnold E. Resnicoff                      CFR
Stanley Rogers Resor                     CFR
James Barrett Reston                  BB/CFR/85
Henry Reuss                           BB/CFR
Edzard Reuter                            CFR/TC/92
Paul Revay                               CFR/85
Roger Revelle                            CFR/92
Philip S. Revzin                         CFR
Nicholas Andrew Rey                      CFR/92
Carolyn Ann Reynolds                     CFR
Lloyd G. Reynolds                        CFR/92
William A. Reynolds                      CFR/85
Eric Scott Rhind                         CFR
John B. Rhinelander                      CFR/92
Stephen H. Rhinesmith                    CFR/92
Alfred Rheinstein                        CFR
Edward Rhodes                            CFR/92
Frank H. T. Rhodes                       CFR/92
John Bower Rhodes Sr.                    CFR/92
Thomas L. Rhodes                         CFR/90
William R. Rhodes                        CFR/BB/92
Abraham A. Ribicoff (D-Ct)               CFR/J/92
Condoleezza Rice                         CFR/88
Donald Blessing Rice                     CFR/88
Donald S. Rice                           CFR
Emmett J. Rice                           CFR/92
Joseph A. Rice                           CFR/92
Joseph Lee Rice III                      CFR
Susan Elizabeth Rice                     CFR/88
Brian Allen Rich                         CFR
Frederic C. Rich                         CFR/92
John H. Rich, Jr.                        CFR/92
Michael D. Rich                          CFR/85
Anne C. Richard                          CFR
Eric L. Richard                          CFR/92
James J. Richard                         CFR
Ann W. Richards                          CFR
Paul G. Richards                         CFR/92
Stephen H. Richards                      CFR
Arthur Berry Richardson                  CFR
Benjamin F. Richardson                   CFR
David B. Richardson                      CFR/88
Dorsey Richardson                        CFR
Elliot Lee Richardson                    CFR/92
Frank H. Richardson                      CFR/92
Henry J. Richardson III                  CFR/92
John Richardson                          CFR
John Richardson, Jr.                     CFR/92
Richard W. Richardson                    CFR/92
William B. Richardson                    CFR/92
William R. Richardson (Gen.)             CFR92
Yolonda Richardson                       CFR
Keith B. Richburg                        CFR
Joan F. Richman                          CFR/TC/92
Anthony H. Richter                       CFR
Klaus Richter                            CFR/92
Stephen A. Rickard                       CFR/92
Malcolm Riddell                          CFR/TC/90
Rozanne Lejeanne Ridgeway                CFR/BB/TC
Matthew B. Ridgway                       CFR
Rozanne Lejeanne Ridgway                 CFR/BB/TC/84
Julian M P Ridsdale                      CFR/88
David Rieff                              CFR
Winfield W. Riefler                      CFR/45
Harold Riegelman                         CFR
John Edward Rielly                       CFR/TC/92
Hans A. Ries                             CFR/92
Victor Riesel                            CFR/92
Imran Riffat                             CFR
Robert S. Rifkind                        CFR
Roger W. Riis                            CFR/21
Edward C. Riley                          CFR
Elizabeth R. Rindskopf                   CFR/85
Dena Ringold                             CFR
Michael L. Riordan                       CFR
Giovanni Riotta                          CFR
Joseph P. Ripley                         CFR
S. Dillon Ripley II                      CFR/TC/84
Lord Hexham Rippon                       CFR/92
John B. Ritch III                        CFR/85
Robert Rivard                            CFR/92
A. Victoria Rivas-Vazquez                CFR
Richard R. Rivers                        CFR/88
Gloria S. Riviera                        CFR
Arnold Rivkin                            CFR
David B. Rivkin, Jr.                     CFR/88
David W. Rivkin                          CFR
Donald H. Rivkin                         CFR/92
Alice M. Rivlin                          CFR/J/84
Benjamin Rivlin                          CFR/92
Nayla M. Rizk                            CFR/90
Nicholas X. Rizopoulos                   CFR/TC/92
Charles S. Robb                          CFR/TC/92
Carla Anne Robbins                       CFR/92
Donald G. Robbins, Jr.                   CFR
Joseph F. Robert, Jr.                    CFR
Stephen Robert                           CFR
Bradley H. Roberts                       CFR/92
Chalmers M. Roberts                      CFR/92
George Roberts                           CFR
Henry Lithgow Roberts                 BB/CFR
John J. Roberts                          CFR/92
Richard Todd Roberts                     CFR/85
Walter R. Roberts                        CFR/92
Cara W. Robertson                        CFR
Barbara Paul Robinson                    CFR
Charles Wesley Robinson               BB/CFR/TC/92
David Z. Robinson                        CFR/92
Davis R. Robinson                        CFR/92
Donald H. Robinson                       CFR/92
Elizabeth l. Robinson                    CFR/88
Eugene Harold Robinson                   CFR
Geroid T. Robinson                       CFR
James D. Robinson III                    CFR/92
Leland Rex Robinson                      CFR
Leonard H. Robinson, Jr.                 CFR/88
Linda S. Robinson                        CFR/92
Marshall A. Robinson                     CFR/92
Michael Robinson                         CFR/84
Pearl T. Robinson                        CFR/92
Randall Robinson                         CFR/92
Torrance W. Robinson                     CFR
Olin C. Robison                          CFR/TC/84
Duff Roblin                              CFR/88
Michel Rocard                            CFR/TC/92
Christina B. Rocca                       CFR
V. Manuel Rocha                          CFR
Chester J. La Roche                      CFR
James G. Roche                           CFR/92
John P. Roche                            CFR/92
Mark Rocke                               CFR/92
Rockefeller Brothers Fund                CFR/88
Rockefeller Foundation                   CFR/88
David Rockefeller                     BB/CFR/TC
David Rockefeller Jr.                    CFR/49
James Stillman Rockefeller               CFR
John D. Rockefeller IV (D-WV)            CFR/TC/92
John Davison Rockefeller III             CFR
Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller            BB/CFR
Nicholas Rockefeller                     CFR
Rodman Clark Rockefeller                 CFR/84
Victor E. Rockhill                       CFR
Hays H. Rockwell                         CFR/92
Keith McElroy Rockwell                   CFR
Judith Rodin                             CFR
Peter W. Rodman                          CFR/92
Carlos Rafael Rodiguez                   CFR/88
Rita M. Rodriquez                        CFR/92
Vincent A. Rodriquez                     CFR/84
Dani Rodrik                              CFR
Riordan Roett                            CFR/92
J. Hugh Roff Jr.                         CFR/92
Bernard William Rogers                   CFR/RS/92
David Rogers                             CFR/88
James Grafton Rogers                     CFR
John M. Rogers                           CFR
Lindsay Rogers                           CFR
Natt S. Rogers                           CFR/84
Wallace B. Rogers                        CFR/21
William Dill Rogers                      CFR/92
William Pierce Rogers                    CFR/TC/84
Frederick F. Roggero                     CFR
Kenneth S. Rogoff                        CFR
Natasha Lance Rogoff                     CFR
Virginio Rognoni                         CFR/92
Mitchell Rogovin                         CFR/88
Karen M. Rohan                           CFR
Felix George Rohatyn                     CFR/92
Thomas P. Rohlen                         CFR/85
William Lawrence Rohter                  CFR/92
Ervin J. Rokke                           CFR/TC/87
Eric Lord of Ipsden Roll                 CFR/TC/92
Nancy Ellen Roman                        CFR
Christina M. Romano                      CFR
Sergio Romano                            CFR/88
Alina L. Romanowski                      CFR
Alan D. Romberg                          CFR/92
Philip J. Romero                         CFR
Anthony D. Romero                        CFR
Carlos A. Romero-Barcelo                 CFR/87
Philip Joseph Romero                     CFR/92
Serafino Romualdi                        CFR
Ann E. Rondeau                           CFR
John H. Roney                            CFR/88
Robert Vincent Roosa                  BB/CFR/RS/92
Ruth Amende Roosa                        CFR/92
Kermit Roosevelt                         CFR/85
Nicholas Roosevelt                       CFR
Theodore Roosevelt IV                    CFR
Elihu Root                               CFR/21
Elihu Root, Jr.                          CFR/TC/92
Oren Root                                CFR/84
Elmo Roper                               CFR
John H. Roper                            CFR/92
Eric Alexander Rosand                    CFR
Carl Rosberg                             CFR/88
Charlie Peete Rose, Jr.                  CFR
Daniel Rose                              CFR/88
Elihu Rose                               CFR/TC/92
Frederick P. Rose                        CFR/88
Gideon Rose                              CFR
John P. Rose, (Col.)                     CFR
Joseph B. Rose                           CFR
Marshall Rose                            CFR
Richard Rosecrance                       CFR/92
Andrew A. Rosen                          CFR
Arthur H. Rosen                          CFR/92
Daniel H. Rosen                          CFR
Gary Rosen                               CFR
Jack Rosen                               CFR
Jane K. Rosen                            CFR/92
Jeffrey Allen Rosen                      CFR
Robert L. Rosen                          CFR
Stephen Peter Rosen                      CFR
Mark B. Rosenberg                        CFR
Tina Rosenberg                           CFR/92
David S. Rosenblatt                      CFR
Lionel Rosenblatt                        CFR
Peter R. Rosenblatt                      CFR/92
Walter A. Rosenblith                     CFR/92
Mort Rosenblum                           CFR/85
Robert A. Rosenfeld                      CFR/88
Stephen S. Rosenfeld                     CFR/92
Allan Rosenfield
Patricia L. Rosenfield                   CFR/92
Adolph G. Rosengarten, Jr.               CFR/84
Robert Rosenkranz                        CFR
Samuel I. Rosenman                       CFR
Lewis Rosenstiel                         CFR
Robert B. Rosenstock                     CFR/92
Abraham Michael Rosenthal                CFR/88
Arthur J. Rosenthal                      CFR/21
Douglas Eurico Rosenthal                 CFR/92
Jack Rosenthal                           CFR/85
Joel H. Rosenthal                        CFR
Mitchell S. Rosenthal                    CFR
William Scranton Rosenthal               CFR
Jon Jason Rosenwasser                    CFR
E. John Rosenwald, Jr.                   CFR
Nina Rosenwald                           CFR
Willam Rosenwald                         CFR/92
Carmen R. Rosenweig                      CFR
Jeffrey A. Rosenweig                     CFR
Robert M. Rosenzweig                     CFR/92
Claudia Rosett                           CFR
Axel G. Rosin                            CFR/92
Jeeremy D. Rosner                        CFR
Ronald W. Roskens                        CFR/88
Viktor Rosov                             CFR/TC/88
Henry Rosovsky                           CFR/88
Alison K. Ross                           CFR
Anne Ekstrand Ross                       CFR
Arthur Ross                              CFR/92
Christopher W.S. Ross                    CFR
Dennis B. Ross                           CFR/92
Gary N. Ross                             CFR
Emory Ross                               CFR
James D. Ross                            CFR
Michael Ross                             CFR
Robert S. Ross, Jr."Robin"               CFR
Roger Ross                               CFR/92
Thomas B. Ross                           CFR/92
T. J. Ross                               CFR
David J. Rosso                           CFR/92
Charles O. L. Rossotti                   CFR/92
Elspeth Davies Rostow                    CFR/88
Eugene V. Rostow                         CFR/88
Nicholas C. Rostow                       CFR/92
Walt Whitman Rostow                      CFR/92
Morris Rosswabi                          CFR
Robert I. Rotberg                        CFR/85
Linda S. Rotblatt                        CFR
Katherine L. Roth                        CFR
Kathryn G. Roth                          CFR
Kenneth Roth                             CFR
Richard H. Roth                          CFR/88
Stanley Owen Roth                        CFR/92
William Matson Roth                      CFR/TC/92
William V.Roth (R-DE)                    CFR/92
Kathryn Roth-Douquet                     CFR
David M. Rothenberg                      CFR
Timothy S. Rothermel                     CFR
David Jochanan Rothkopf                  CFR/85
Linda D. Rottenberg                      CFR
James W. Rouse                           CFR/92
Roger G. Rouse                           CFR
Ronald A. Route                          CFR
Richard Halworth Rovere                  CFR
Arthur W. Rovine                         CFR/92
Leo S. Rowe                              CFR/21
Henry S. Rowen                           CFR/92
Edward L. Rowny                          CFR/84
James Stapleton Roy                      CFR/92
Alexander B. Royce                       CFR
David M. Rubenstein                      CFR
Arthur Mark Rubin                        CFR
Barnett R. Rubin                         CFR
Gretchen C. Rubin                        CFR
James P. Rubin                           CFR/92
Nancy H. Rubin                           CFR/85
Nilmini Gunaratne Rubin                  CFR
Robert Edward Rubin                      CFR
Robert M. Rubin                          CFR/92
Seymour Jeffrey Rubin                    CFR/92
Trudy S. Rubin                           CFR/TC/92
William Doyle Ruckelshaus                CFR/TC/88
Philip C. Rudder                         CFR
Neil L. Rudenstine (Harvard Pres.)       CFR/TC/87
Dakota S. Rudesill                       CFR
William Rudin                            CFR
Onno H. Ruding                           CFR/92
Warren B. Rudman (R-NH)                  CFR/92
Barbara Rudolph                          CFR/92
Lloyd I. Rudolph                         CFR/92
Susanne Hoeber Rudolph                   CFR/92
Oscar M. Ruebhausen                      CFR/92
Robert M. Ruenitz                        CFR/92
Raimundo L. Ruga                         CFR
John G. Ruggie                           CFR/TC/92
Renato Ruggiero                          CFR/92
William A. Rugh                          CFR
Jack P. Ruina                            CFR/88
Donald Henry Rumsfeld                 BB/CFR
Carlisle Ford Runge                      CFR/85
George Rupp                              CFR
Barney Rush                              CFR/92
David Kenneth Rush                       CFR
Kenneth Rush                             CFR/92
Dean Rusk                             BB/CFR/RS/92
Donald S. Russell                        CFR
Frank Ford Russell                       CFR/S&B 1926
Harvey C. Russell                        CFR/84
Lindsay Russell                          CFR21
Thomas W. Russell, Jr.                   CFR/88
Elisabeth Russin                         CFR
Dankwart A. Rustow                       CFR/88
David A. Ruth                            CFR/85
Miles N. Ruthbert                        CFR/92
Vernon W. Ruttan                         CFR/85
Douglas Rutzen                           CFR
Josh N. Ruxin                            CFR
Arthur F. Ryan                           CFR
Hewson A. Ryan                           CFR/92
John T. Ryan III                         CFR/88
John T Ryan, Jr.                      BB/CFR/TC/84
Kevin P. Ryan                            CFR
Michael E. Ryan                          CFR
Patrick G. Ryan, Jr.                     CFR
Shoichi Saba                             CFR/88
Sana H. Sabbagh                          CFR/85
Charles Hamilton Sabin                   CFR/21
Peter M. Sacerdote                       CFR
Alexander Sachs                          CFR
Howard J. Sachs                          CFR
Jeffrey D. Sachs                         CFR
Paul M. Sacks                            CFR/88
Ahmed M Saeed                            CFR/88
Nafis Sadik                              CFR/88
Yahya M. Sadowski                        CFR/TC/87
Kiichi Saeki                             CFR/92
Thomas A. Saenz                          CFR
Nadav Safran                             CFR/92
CArl E. Sagan                            CFR/88
Scott D. Sagan                           CFR/85
Mildred D. Sage                          CFR/84
Emile F. Sahliyeh                        CFR/92
Edward W. Said                           CFR/84
Amin Saikal                              CFR/TC/92
Yutaka Saito                             CFR/Tc/92
Carol Knuth Sakoian                      CFR/92
Jeswald W. Salacuse                      CFR/87
Ana Maria Salazar                        CFR
Pablo Salcido                            CFR/87
George R. Salem                          CFR
Frederic V. Salerno                      CFR
Joao Salgueiro                           CFR/92
Harrison Salisbury                       CFR/92
Jonas Salk                               CFR/92
Irving Salomon                           CFR/92
Richard E. Salomon                       CFR
William R. Salomon                       CFR/85
Charles E. Saltzman                   BB/CFR/85
Anthony David Salzman                    CFR
Herbert Salzman                          CFR/92
Gary Samore                              CFR
Steven B. Sample                         CFR/92
Barbara Christie Samuels II              CFR/88
Michael A. Samuels                       CFR/88
Nathaniel Samuels                        CFR/92
Richard J. Samuels                       CFR/92
Michael A. Samway                        CFR
Miguel Antonio Sanchez                   CFR
Nestor D. Sanchez                        CFR/92
Orlando Sanchez                          CFR
David Sandalow                           CFR
Sheryl K. Sandberg                       CFR
Michael J. Sandel                        CFR
Alison B. Sander                         CFR
Barry A. Sanders                         CFR
Edward G. Sanders                        CFR/84
J. Stanley Sanders                       CFR/88
Marlene Sanders                          CFR
Robin Renee Sanders                      CFR
Amy Sands                                CFR
Charles S. Sanford, Jr.                  CFR/92
Terry Sanford (D-NC)                     CFR/92
David E. Sanger                          CFR
Charles Edward Santos                    CFR
Miriam Sapiro                            CFR/TC/92
Harvey M. Sapolsky                       CFR
Antxon Sarasqueta                        CFR/92
Howland H. Sargeant                      CFR
Stephen Thomas Sargeant                  CFR
Noel Sargent                             CFR
David Sarnoff                            CFR/J
Mary Elise Sarotte                       CFR
Dale Sarro                               CFR/92
Saskia Sassen                            CFR
James R. Sasser                          CFR
David Satcher                            CFR
Robert Barry Satloff                     CFR
Kumi Sato                                CFR/88
Seizaburo Sato                           CFR/92
Joseph C. Satterthwaite                  CFR
Ralph Southey Saul                       CFR/88
Harold Henry (Hal) Saunders              CFR/92
Paul J. Saunders                         CFR
Phillip C. Saunders                      CFR
Frank Savage                             CFR/84
Jonas Malheiro Savimbi                   CFR/TC/92
Paolo Savona                             CFR/92
John C. Sawhill                          CFR/TC/90
Peterson John Sawhill                    CFR
Melvin E. Sawin                          CFR/21
Mark Sawoski                             CFR
Diane Sawyer                             CFR/92
John E. Sawyer                           CFR/88
Stephen K. Sawyler                       CFR/84
Lynne S. Saylor                          CFR/88
Robert A. Scalapino                   BB/CFR/92
John A. Scali                            CFR/92
John Scall                               CFR
Henry Brewer Schacht                     CFR/TC/88
Oscar Schachter                          CFR/88
Nadia C. Schadlow                        CFR
John H. Schafer                          CFR/92
Matthew P. Schaefer                      CFR
Howard Bruner Schaffer                   CFR
J. Robert Schaetzel                      CFR/85
Howard B. Schaffer                       CFR/92
Teresita T. Schaffer                     CFR
Joseph Halle Schaffner                   CFR
John H. Schafter                         CFR
Kori Naomi Schake                        CFR/85
Edwin G. Schallert                       CFR/92
J. Salwyn Schapiro                       CFR
William E. Schaufele Jr.                 CFR/92
Jerrold L. Schecter                      CFR/88
Kate S. Schecter                         CFR
David J. Scheffer                        CFR/92
Jacqui Selbst Schein                     CFR
Lawrence Scheinman                       CFR/85
Orville Hickok Schell                    CFR/TC/84
Orville Hickok Schell, Jr.               CFR
Theodore H. Schell                       CFR
Thomas C. Schelling                      CFR
James Raymond Schenck                    CFR
David K. Schenker                        CFR
Robert M. Scher                          CFR
Harry Scherman                           CFR
Rom Willem E. Scherpenhuijsen            CFR/92
Thomas Schick                            CFR
Frank W. Schiff                          CFR/85
John M. Schiff                           CFR/92
Karenna Gore Schiff                      CFR
Mortimer L. Schiff                       CFR21
Richard Schifter                         CFR
A. Arthur Schiller                       CFR
Vivian L. Schiller                       CFR
Warner S. Schilling                      CFR/TC/84
Willem C. Schilthuis                     CFR
Mark P. Schlefer                         CFR
Joergen Schleimann                       CFR/88
Arthur Meier. Schlesinger, Jr.           CFR/88
Helmut Sclesinger                        CFR/92
Jacob M. Schlesinger                     CFR
James Rodney Schlesinger                 CFR/87
Stephen Schlesinger                      CFR
Herbert S. Schlosser                     CFR/92
Anya A. Schmemann                        CFR
Serge Schmemann                          CFR
Herbert Schmertz                         CFR/92
Adolph William Schmidt                BB/CFR
Benno C. Schmidt Jr.                     CFR/87
Helmut Schmidt                           CFR/TC/92
Herman J. Schmidt                        CFR
Bernadotte Everly Schmitt                CFR
Ronaldo Schmitz                          CFR/92
Kurt L. Schmoke                          CFR/85
J. Benjamin Schmoker                     CFR/92
Edward Schmults                          CFR/88
Eric Schnake                             CFR/92
Hubert A. Schneider                      CFR
Jan Schneider                            CFR/88/92
William Schneider (AEI/CNN)              CFR
William Schneider, Jr.                   CFR
Arthur Schneier                          CFR/85
Amanda W. Schnetzer                      CFR
William Schneier                         CFR
Douglas E. Schoen                        CFR/92
Enid C. B. Schoettle                     CFR/88
Daniel L. Schorr                         CFR/J/84
Jeffrey J. Schott                        CFR/92
Elliot J. Schrage                        CFR
Steven Patrick Schrage                   CFR
Carl J. Schramm                          CFR
Brian T. Schreiber                       CFR
William A. Schreyer                      CFR/92
Christopher Matthew Schroeder            CFR
Patricia Schroeder (D-CO)                CFR/92
Richard F. Schubert                      CFR/88
Martin A. Schuedpbach                    CFR
G. Edward Schuh                          CFR/92
Jill A. Schuker                          CFR
Michael P. Schulhof                      CFR/90
Frederick H. Schultz                     CFR/88
Charles L. Schultze                      CFR
William F. Schulz                        CFR
Edward Schumacher                        CFR
John Schumann                            CFR/92
Charles E. Schumer (D-NY)                CFR
Cortlandt V. R.Schuyler                  CFR/92
Susan Carroll Schwab                     CFR/92
William B. Schwab                        CFR/85
David Schwartz                           CFR/92
Eric Paul Schwartz                       CFR/92
Ethan Schwartz                           CFR
Frederic A. O. Schwartz                  CFR
Harry Schwartz                           CFR/88
Norton A. Schwartz                       CFR/92
Pedro Schwartz                           CFR/88
Peter Schwartz                           CFR
Thomas Schwartz                          CFR/TC/92
Adam Schwarz                             CFR
Benjamin C. Schwarz                      CFR
Frederick A. O. Schwarz Jr.              CFR/92
William W. Schwarzer                     CFR/92
Stephen A. Schwarzman                    CFR/92
Stephen M. Schwebel                      CFR/92
Theodore U. Schweitzer                   CFR
Samuel L. Schwerin                       CFR
Elaine F. Sciolino                       CFR/85
James Sciutto                            CFR
David Wilson Scott                       CFR
Harold B. Scott                          CFR/84
James Brown Scott                        CFR/21
Jeannine B. Scott                        CFR
John Scott                               CFR
Robert Scott                             CFR
Stuart N. Scott                          CFR
William Ryland Scott                     CFR/85
Herbert Scoville, Jr.                    CFR/TC/88
Brent Scowcraft                       BB/CFR/TC
William W. Scranton                      CFR/TC/85
Nevin S. Scrimshaw                       CFR/85
Brent Scrowcraft                      BB/CFR/TC/92
Timothy R. Scully                        CFR
Glenn T. Seaborg                         CFR/85
Paul Seabury                             CFR/92
Henry R. Seager                          CFR/21
Norman P. Seagrave                       CFR/84
Patrick Seale                            CFR/92
Robert C. Seamans Jr.                    CFR/85
Jonathan E. Sears                        CFR
Mark S. Seasholes                        CFR
James B. Seaton III                      CFR
James K. Sebenius                        CFR/92
Walter J. Sedwitz                        CFR
Carolyn T. Seely                         CFR/92
David R. Segal                           CFR/TC/92
Sheldon J. Segal                         CFR/92
Susan Louise Segal                       CFR/84
Jose Antonio Segurado                    CFR/92
Gerald Seib                              CFR/92
Frederick C. Seibold Jr.                 CFR/92
Ivan Seidenberg                          CFR
Herta Lande Seidman                      CFR.92
John L. Seigenthaler                     CFR
John W. Seigle                           CFR/92
George M. Seignious                      CFR/92
Chris Seiple                             CFR
Frederick Seitz                          CFR/88
Eugene A. Sekulow                        CFR
Norman Selby                             CFR/92
Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman           CFR/21
Eustace Seligman                         CFR
Douglas Selin                            CFR
Ivan Selin                               CFR/92
Robert B. Semple, Jr.                    CFR/84
Simon Serfaty                            CFR/88
Frank W. Sesno                           CFR
Stephen R. Sestanovich                   CFR/92
John K. Setear                           CFR/92
Brad W. Setser                           CFR
Cordenio A. Severance                    CFR/21
Christina R. Sevilla                     CFR
John O. B. Sewall                        CFR/92
Sarah Bulkeley Sewall                    CFR
John W. Sewell                           CFR
John E. Sexton                           CFR
William C. Sexton                        CFR/92
Charles Seymour                          CFR/21/S&B 1908
Forrest W. Seymour                       CFR
Frances J. Seymour                       CFR
Whitney North Seymour                    CFR
D. Michael Shafer                        CFR/85
Jeffrey R. Shafer                        CFR
Raymond Philip Shafer                    CFR/92
Gail S. Shaffer                          CFR/TC/88
Barbara Shailor                          CFR
Beth Shair-Goyer                         CFR
Donna E. Shalala                         CFR/TC
John A. Shalikashvili (Gen.)             CFR/88
David Shambaugh                          CFR
Yitzhak Shamir                           CFR/TC/92
Albert Shanker                           CFR/TC
Thomas Daniel Shanker                    CFR/85
James M. Shannon                         CFR/92
Andrew J. Shapiro                        CFR
Andrew L. Shapiro                        CFR
Daniel B. Shapiro                        CFR
Eli Shapiro                              CFR/85
George M. Shapiro                        CFR/92
Hal Scott Shapiro                        CFR
Harold Tafler Shapiro                    CFR
Irving S. Shapiro                        CFR
Isaac Shapiro                            CFR/85
Judith R. Shapiro                        CFR
Jason T. Shaplen                         CFR
Robert Shaplen                           CFR/85
Hisham Sharabi                           CFR/84
Natan Sharansky                          CFR/92
Daniel A. Sharp                          CFR/92
George C. Sharp                          CFR
James H. Sharp                           CFR
Walter R. Sharp                          CFR
Henry D. Sharpe, Jr.                     CFR
John Shattuck                            CFR
Albert Shaw                              CFR/21
David E. Shaw                            CFR
G. Howland Shaw                          CFR
Herbert M. Shayne                        CFR/85
Andrew B. Shea                           CFR
Dorothy C. Shea                          CFR
Brooke L. Shearer                        CFR
Warren W. Shearer                        CFR/84
Lawrence H. Shearman                     CFR/21
Vincent Sheean                           CFR
Kevin P. Sheehan                         CFR/92
Paul C. Sheeline                         CFR/92
Frederick Sheffield                      CFR
James Sheffield                          CFR/92
Jill W. Sheffield                        CFR/92
Soroush Richard Shehabi                  CFR/92
Stanley K. Sheinbaum                     CFR/92
Jack Sheinkman (Jacob)                BB/CFR
Eleanor Bernert Sheldon                  CFR/92
Sally Swing Shelley                      CFR/88
Eleanor B. Shelp                         CFR
Ronald K. Shelp                          CFR/92
Henry Hug Shelton                        CFR
Joanna Reed Shelton                      CFR/92
Sally A. Shelton-Colby                   CFR/92
George H. Shenk                          CFR/87
Maury David Shenk                        CFR
David A. Shepard                         CFR
Frank Parsons Shepard                    CFR/S&B
Stephen B. Shepard                       CFR
Robert Thomas Shepardson                 CFR
Whitney H. Shepardson                    CFR/21/RS
Howard C. Sheperd                        CFR
William R. Sheperd                       CFR/21
J. Michael Shepherd                      CFR
Karen F. Shepherd                        CFR
Mark Shepherd                            CFR/84
William Shepherd                         CFR/92
Paul C. Sherbert                         CFR
Alan R. Sheriff                          CFR
Wendy R. Sheriff                         CFR
Irving H. Sherman                        CFR
Michael Sherman                          CFR
Wendy R. Sherman                         CFR
George L. Sherry                         CFR/92
Benjamin B Sherwood                      CFR/92
Elizabeth D. Sherwood-Randall            CFR/92
Richard Sherwood                         CFR/92
Jerome J. Shestack                       CFR/88
Eduard A. Shevardnadze                   CFR/TC/92
Masahide Shibusaswa                      CFR/TC/92
Elizabeth Shields                        CFR
Geoffrey B. Shields                      CFR
Lisa Shields                             CFR
Murray Shields                           CFR
W. Clifford Shields                      CFR
Albert Shiels                            CFR/21
Gary M. Shiffman                         CFR
Michael Shifter                          CFR
Motoo Shiina                             CFR/TC/92
Takeo Shiina                             CFR/92
Josette S. Shiner                        CFR/88
James I. Shinn                           CFR/92
Richard R. Shinn                         CFR/92
Eric Shinseki                            CFR
James J. Shinseki                        CFR
Walter Vincent Shipley                   CFR/TC/92
Jacqueline W. Shire                      CFR
William Lawrence Shirer                  CFR/92
Susan L. Shirk                           CFR/92
Faryar Shirzad                           CFR
Boris Shishkin                           CFR
Amity Ruth Shlaes                        CFR/TC/92
Tatsuo Shoda                             CFR/92
Alvin Shoemaker                          CFR/92
Christopher Cole Shoemaker               CFR/92
Don Shoemaker                            CFR/84
Raymond Shonholtz                        CFR
Jennifer A. Shore                        CFR
Peter Shore                              CFR/92
David Shorr                              CFR
Vinca Showalter                          CFR
Donald W. Shiver                         CFR
Donald W. Shriver Jr.                    CFR
Robert Sargent Shriver, Jr.              CFR/92
Timothy P. Shriver                       CFR/92
John Shu                                 CFR
Gustave Harry Shubert                    CFR/85
Thomas C Shull                           CFR/88
Colette Shulman                          CFR/88
George Pratt Shultz                      CFR/TC/88
Marshall Darrow Shultz                BB/CFR/88
Susan Kent Fried Shultz                  CFR
Stanley S. Shuman                        CFR
George N. Shuster                        CFR
Benjamin R. Shute                        CFR/84
Gary G. Sick                             CFR/92
Bippy M. Siegal                          CFR
William Siegal                           CFR
Henry Siegbert                           CFR
Henry Siegman                            CFR/92
Sara F. Sievers                          CFR
Elisabeth N. Sifton                      CFR/92
John Sifton                              CFR
Leon V. Sigal                            CFR/84
John H. Sigler                           CFR/TC/92
Sergio Siglienti                         CFR/92
Paul E. Sigmund                          CFR/85
William W. Sihler                        CFR/88
C. J. Silas                              CFR/92
Laura J. Silber                          CFR
Laurence H. Silberman                    CFR/88
Robert S. Silberman                      CFR
Alan M. Silberstein                      CFR
Leonard S. Silk                          CFR/92
James R. Silkenat                        CFR/92
Allison Silver                           CFR
Daniel B. Silver                         CFR
James R. Silver                          CFR
Ron Silver                               CFR
Robert B. Silvers                        CFR/TC/84
Umberto Silvestri                        CFR/88
Dimitri K. Simes                         CFR/92
Adele Smith Simmons                      CFR/85
Jamal N. Simmons                         CFR
Matthew R. Simmons                       CFR
P. J. Simmons                            CFR
Richard S. Simmons                       CFR/92
Ruth J. Simmons                          CFR
Wallace D. Simmons                       CFR/21
Francoise L. Simon                       CFR
Hugh V. Simon, Jr.                       CFR
Jennifer J. Simon                        CFR
Steven Simon                             CFR/TC/92
William Edward Simon                     CFR/84
Henri F. Simonet                         CFR/85
Hans Simons                              CFR
Howard Simons                            CFR/84
Julie A. Simons                          CFR
Mario Herique Simonsen                   CFR/88
Alan K. Simpson                          CFR/92
John Lowery Simpson                      CFR
Albert G. Sims                           CFR/92
Calvin G. Sims                           CFR
Gretchen Crosby Sims                     CFR
Robert B. Sims                           CFR
William J. Sims                          CFR/88
Allen Sinai                              CFR/88
June D. Sinclair                         CFR/92
Paula J. Sinclair                        CFR
Steven W. Sinding                        CFR
Christine Singer                         CFR/88
Peter Warren Singer                      CFR
Manisha Singh                            CFR
Shanker A. Singham                       CFR
Lincoln Cameron Singleton                CFR
Hanna Siniora                            CFR/92
Richard N. Sinkin                        CFR
Joseph John Sisco                        CFR/88
Timothy D. Sisk                          CFR
Francis H. Sisson                        CFR/21
James Baker Sitrick                      CFR/92
Michael P. Skarzynski                    CFR/92
Thomas E. Skidmore                       CFR/85
Elliott P. Skinner                       CFR/92
David E. Skinner                         CFR/92
Kiron Kanina Skinner                     CFR
Jennifer Friedman Sklarew                CFR
Michael M. Skol                          CFR
Eugene B. Skolnikoff                     CFR/88
Alexander J. Skora                       CFR
David J. Skorton                         CFR
David R. Slade                           CFR/85
Jacqueline R. Slater                     CFR/92
John Elliot Slater                       CFR
Joseph E. Slater                         CFR/85
Jim C. Slattery                          CFR
Anne-Marie Slaughter                     CFR
Matthew J. Slaughter                     CFR
Richard A. Slaughter                     CFR
Barbaara Slavin                          CFR
John Slawson                             CFR/92
Paul S. Slawson                          CFR/92
Alfred P. Sloan, Jr.                     CFR/88
David M. Slone                           CFR/87
Ann Brownell Sloane                      CFR/92
Margaret Sloane                          CFR
Walter Becker Slocombe                   CFR
John J. Slocum                           CFR/84
Leon Sloss                               CFR/92
Lawrence M. Small                        CFR/92
Kathleen Smalley                         CFR
Patricia T. Smalley                      CFR/92
S. Bruce Smart Jr.                       CFR/92
Christopher Smeall                       CFR
Andrew F. Smith                          CFR
Carleton Smith                           CFR
Carleton Sprague Smith                   CFR/92
Clint E. Smith                           CFR/92
Clint N. Smith                           CFR
Dane F. Smith, Jr.                       CFR
Datus C. Smith, Jr.                      CFR/92
David Shivernick Smith                   CFR/92
Dewitt C. Smith Jr.                      CFR/88
Edwin M. Smith                           CFR/92
Everett R. Smith                         CFR
Fern M. Smith                            CFR
Fred Gary Smith                          CFR
Frederick Wallace Smith                  CFR/S&B
Gaddis Smith                             CFR/92
Gare A. Smith                            CFR/TC/85
Gayle E. Smith                           CFR
Gerard Coad Smith                        CFR/TC/92
H. Alexander Smith                       CFR
Harold Page Smith                        CFR
Hayden N. Smith                          CFR
Hedrick L. Smith                         CFR/92
Horace H. Smith                          CFR
James McCall Smith                       CFR
Jean Kennedy Smith                       CFR
Jeffrey H. Smith                         CFR/92
John T. Smith II                         CFR/92
Larry K. Smith                           CFR/84
Leighton W. Smith Jr. (Snuffy)           CFR/88
Malcolm B. Smith                         CFR/92
Martin Smith                             CFR
Michael B. Smith                         CFR/88
Michael Joseph Smith                     CFR/92
Nicole Venable Smith                     CFR
Perry M. Smith                           CFR/92
Peter Hopkinson Smith                    CFR/88
R. Jeffrey Smith                         CFR/92
Richard M. Smith                         CFR/92
Robert F. Smith                          CFR/87
Robert W. Smith                          CFR
Stephen Grant Smith                      CFR/92
Theodore M. Smith                        CFR/92
Tony Smith                               CFR/92
Sulzberger Smith                         CFR
W. Mason Smith, Jr.                      CFR/84
W. Y. Smith                              CFR/88
Wayne S. Smith                           CFR/TC/85
Winthrop H. Smith Jr.                    CFR
Arthur Smithies                          CFR
Samuel D. Smoots                         CFR
Henry DeW. Smyth                         CFR/92
Mabel M. Smythe                          CFR/85
William S. Sneath                        CFR/85
Richard Lee Sneider                      CFR/85
Don M. Snider                            CFR
L. Britt Snider                          CFR
James C. Snipes                          CFR/88
Robert Anthony Snow                      CFR/92
Olympia J. Snowe (R-Me)                  CFR/92
Craig Snyder                             CFR/87
David M. Snyder                          CFR/92
Jack L. Snyder                           CFR/87
Jed C. Snyder                            CFR/92
Richard C. Snyder                        CFR/J
Richard Edward Snyder                    CFR/88
Timothy D. Snyder                        CFR/92
Dorothy Meadow Sobol                     CFR/88
Nancy E. Soderberg                    BB/CFR
Abraham David Sofaer                     CFR/92
Louis B. Sohn                            CFR/88
Stephen Joshua Solarz                    CFR/92
Peter O. A. Solbert                      CFR/S&B/41
Dorothy Meadow Sobol                     CFR
Nancy E. Soderberg                       CFR
Abraham David Sofaer                     CFR
Louis B. Sohn                            CFR
Stephen J. Solarz (D-NY)                 CFR
Peter O. A. Solbert                      CFR
Steven L. Solnick                        CFR
Adam Solomon                             CFR/92
Andrew W. Solomon                        CFR
Anne G. K. Solomon                       CFR/88
Anthony M. Solomon                       CFR/TC
Joshua N. Solomon                        CFR
Lisa J. Solomon                          CFR
Peter J. Solomon                         CFR/TC/87
Richard H. Solomon                       CFR/92
Robert Solomon                           CFR/84
Theo Sommer                              CFR/85
A. Wing Sommers                          CFR/92
Davidson Sommers                         CFR
H. Marshall Sonenshine                   CFR/92
Tara Diane Sonenshine                    CFR/92
Diana M.H. Song                          CFR
H. Christian Sonne                       CFR/92
Maurice Sonnenberg                       CFR/TC
Helmut Sonnenfeldt                       CFR
Richard W. Sonnenfeidt                   CFR/TC
Helmut Sonnenfeldt                    BB/CFR/TC/88
Richard W. Sonnenfeldt                   CFR
Raymond James Sontag                     CFR
Gillian Martin Sorensen                  CFR
Juliet Suzanne Sorensen                  CFR
Raymond James Sontag                     CFR
Theodore C. Sorensen                     CFR
George Soros                          BB/CFR
Paul Soros                               CFR/92
James R. Sosnicky                        CFR/85
Lauren Kephart Soth                      CFR
E. E. Soubry                             CFR/84
Richard W. Soudriette                    CFR
Frank A. Southard, Jr.                   CFR/TC/84
Ronald D. Southern                       CFR/88
James D. Southwick                       CFR
Michael Ira Sovern                       CFR/88
Carl A. Spaatz                           CFR
Carl B. Spaeth                           CFR
Stephen A. Spagnuolo                     CFR
Blake A. Spahn                           CFR
James William Spain                      CFR/92
Jonathan Spalter                         CFR/92
Kenneth M. Spang                         CFR/92
Scott M. Spangler                        CFR
Debora L. Spar                           CFR
Suzanne Alexandra Spears                 CFR
Leonard S. Spector                       CFR/85
Phillip L. Spector                       CFR/92
David C. Speedie                         CFR/92
David C. Speedie III                     CFR
Theodore C. Speers                       CFR
Kirsten Elizabeth Speidel                CFR
Edson W. Spencer                         CFR/88
John H. Spencer                          CFR/92
Percy C. Spencer                         CFR
William C. Spencer                       CFR/92
William I. Spencer                       CFR/84
Gene B. Sperling                         CFR
Joan Edelman Spero                       CFR/TC/92
Joshua B. Spero                          CFR
James Gustave Speth                      CFR/92
Jerry I. Speyer                          CFR/92
Daniel L. Spiegel                        CFR
Harold R. Spiegel                        CFR
John W. Spiegel                          CFR
Carl Spielvogel                          CFR
Ronald I. Spiers                         CFR/92
J. Andrew Spindler                       CFR
Noseda Spinelli                          CFR
Carlos Javier Spiro                      CFR
Herbert John Spiro                       CFR
David Spiro                              CFR/92
Herbert J. Spiro                         CFR/92
Peter J. Spiro                           CFR/85
Charles Merville Spofford             BB/CFR/S&B/24
Mansfield D. Sprague                     CFR
Robert C. Sprague                        CFR/92
John M. Spratt Jr. (D-SC)                CFR/88
Jenny Springer                           CFR
Allan Sproul                             CFR
Robert G. Sproul                         CFR
Harold Sprout                            CFR
Howard M. Squadron                       CFR/92
Nadine Srossen                           CFR
Alisa M. Stack-O'Connor                  CFR
D. Andrew Stackpole                      CFR
Stephen H. Stackpole                     CFR/92
John Stacks                              CFR92
Donald L. Staheli                        CFR/85
Lesley R. Stahl                          CFR
Eugene Staley                            CFR/92
Helena Stalson                           CFR/92
Allan C Stam                             CFR
Stephen Stamas                           CFR/92
Charles S. Stanford, Jr.                 CFR
Allison Kathrine Stanger                 CFR
Joseph A. Stanislaw                      CFR
Francis X. Stankard                      CFR/92
Elizabeth A. Stanley                     CFR
Peter W. Stanley                         CFR/92
Timothy W. Stanley                       CFR/84
Edwin F. Stanton                         CFR
Frank Stanton                            CFR/92
R. John Stanton, Jr.                     CFR/92
Eugene S. Staples                        CFR
Kristen Staples                          CFR
Herman Starobin                          CFR/92
The Starr Foundation                     CFR/88
Alexandra L. Starr                       CFR
Jeffery M. Starr                         CFR/TC/92
Kenneth I. Starr                         CFR
S. Frederick Starr                       CFR/88
E. Blythe Stason                         CFR
Harold E. Stasson                        CFR/TC/84
Charles B. Stauffacher                   CFR
Myles Staunton                           CFR/85
James G. Stavridis                       CFR/92
Richard C. Steadman                      CFR/92
James H. Stebbins                        CFR/92
Richard P. Stebbins                      CFR
Louellen Stedman                         CFR
Ronald Steel                             CFR/92
Richard J. Stegemeier                    CFR/92
Paul E. Steiger                          CFR/92
David Fred Stein                         CFR
Elliot Stein Jr.                         CFR/92
Eric Stein                               CFR/88
Harold Stein                             CFR
Jonathan B. Stein                        CFR/87
Mark Brian Stein                         CFR
Paul E. Stein                            CFR
Scott Stein                              CFR/88
David Joel Steinberg                     CFR/88
Eric Steinberg                           CFR
James B. Steinberg                       CFR/85
Mark R. Steinberg                        CFR
Richard H. Steinberg                     CFR
John D. Steinbruner                      CFR/92
Daniel Steiner                           CFR/92
Joshua L. Steiner                        CFR
Steven E. Steiner                        CFR
Edward L. Steiniger                      CFR
John D. Stempel                          CFR
Richard Stengel                          CFR/92
Angela E. Stent                          CFR/88
Alfred C.Stepan                          CFR/85
Edmund A. Stephan                        CFR/92
George Stephanopoulos                 BB/CFR/RS/92
Claude O. Stephens                       CFR
J. E. Wallace Sterling                   CFR
David J. Stern                           CFR
Ernest Stern                             CFR/92
Fritz Stern                              CFR/92
H. Peter Stern                           CFR/TC/88
Jeffrey Stern                            CFR
Jessica E. Stern                         CFR
Paula Stern                              CFR/84
Todd D. Stern                            CFR
Walter P. Stern                          CFR
Marc S. Sternberg                        CFR
Seymour Sternberg                        CFR
Michael E. Sterner                       CFR/92
David Sternlight                         CFR/92
Anne Stetson                             CFR
Clarence C. Stetson                      CFR/21
Edward R. Stettinius, Jr.                CFR
Charles R. Stevens                       CFR/92
James W. Stevens                         CFR/92
Norton Stevens                           CFR/92
Paul Schott Stevens                      CFR/92
Robert J. Stevens                        CFR
Adlai Ewing Stevenson                    CFR/92
Adlai Ewing Stevenson III             BB/CFR 1958-
Charles A. Stevenson                     CFR/85
H. L. Stevenson                          CFR/92
John R. Stevenson                        CFR/85
Ruth Carter Stevenson                    CFR/84
William E. Stevenson                     CFR
Brittany D. Stewart                      CFR
Donald M. Stewart                        CFR/92
Evan Stewart                             CFR
George Stewart                           CFR
Gordon C. Stewart                        CFR/92
Jamie B. Stewart, Jr.                    CFR
Patricia Carry Stewart                   CFR
Robert Burgess Stewart                   CFR
Robert McLean Stewart                    CFR
Ruth Ann Stewart                         CFR
J. Paul Sticht                           CFR/88
Daniel D. Stid                           CFR
Judith Hicks Stiehm                      CFR/92
Laurence D. Stifel                       CFR/92
Joseph E. Stiglitz                       CFR
Deborah F. Stiles                        CFR
Ned B. Stiles                            CFR
Chauncey Stillman                        CFR
Ralph S. Stillman                        CFR
Richard G. Stilwell                      CFR/92
Leroy D. Stinebower                      CFR
Kate Stith                               CFR
Robert B. Stobaugh                       CFR/TC/84
Dietrich Stobbe                          CFR/TC/88
David Alan Stockman                      CFR/92
Paul Noble Styockton                     CFR/85
George D. Stoddard                       CFR
Walter J. Stoessel, Jr.                  CFR/92
John G. Stoessinger                      CFR/92
William A. Stofft                        CFR
Alan Stoga                               CFR/88
Bruce Stokes                             CFR/92
Donald Stokes                            CFR/88
Isaac N. P. Stokes                       CFR
Louis Stokes (D-Oh)                      CFR/TC/87
Gerhard Stoltenberg                      CFR/TC/92
Thorvald Stoltenberg                     CFR/92
Donald C. Stone                          CFR
Jeremy J. Stone                          CFR/92
Michael P. W. Stone                      CFR/92
Randall Stone                            CFR
Roger D. Stone                           CFR/85
Shepard Stone                         BB/CFR/92
Patricia Q. Stonesifer                   CFR
John Hoyt Stookey                        CFR/84
Leland Stowe                             CFR
Jerome A. Straka                         CFR
Amnon Straschnow                         CFR/92
Jacqueline Laura Strasser                CFR
Julius A. Straton                        CFR/88
Donald B. Straus                         CFR/85
Jack I. Straus                           CFR/92
Oscar Straus II                          CFR/J
Oscar S. Straus                          CFR/21
Ralph I. Straus                          CFR/92
Robert Kenneth Straus                    CFR/88
Albert Strauss                           CFR/21
Lewis Lichtenstein Strauss               CFR/J
Robert Peter Strauss                     CFR/88
Robert Schwartz Strauss                  CFR/TC/92
Simon D. Strauss                         CFR/92
Robert Strausz-Hupe                      CFR/85
Michael A. Strautmanis                   CFR
Joseph R. Strayer                        CFR/92
Gordan L. Streeb                         CFR
Theodore Cuyler Streibert                CFR
John J. Stremlau                         CFR/92
Howard Stringer                          CFR
Marin J. Strmecki                        CFR
James M. Strock                          CFR
Jane E Stromseth                         CFR/92
Benjamin Strong                          CFR
Thomas F. Stroock                        CFR
Nadine Strossen                          CFR
Joe H. Stroud                            CFR/92
A.D. Struble                             CFR
William O. Studeman (Adm.)               CFR/92
Simeon Strunsky                          CFR/21
Rose Styron                              CFR/92
Michael E. M. Sudarkasa                  CFR/88
Niara Sudarkasa                          CFR/92
Karen M. Sughrue                         CFR
Ryung Suh                                CFR
Christopher D. Suits                     CFR/92
Ezra N. Suleiman                         CFR/85
Seth R. Sulkin                           CFR
Eugene Sullivan                          CFR/92
Gina E. Sullivan                         CFR
Gordon Russell Sullivan                  CFR/88
John D. Sullivan                         CFR
Leon H. Sullivan                         CFR/92
Louis Wade Sullivan                      CFR
Margaret C. Sullivan                     CFR/88
Roger Sullivan                           CFR/92
William Healy Sullivan                   CFR/84
Cromwell Sullivan Law Firm               CFR/92
Arthur Hays Sulzberger                BB/CFR/J
Arthur Ochs ("Punch") Sulzberger         CFR
Cyrus L. Sulzberger                   BB/CFR
Hays Sulzberger                          CFR
Ochs Sulzberger                          CFR
Donald M. Sumlin                         CFR
Harry G. Summers Jr (COL)                CFR/92
Lawrence H. Summers                   BB/CFR/92
Jack B. Sunderland                       CFR/85
Thomas Egbert Sunderland                 CFR
Ibrahim K Sundiata                       CFR
Patrick Moore Supanc                     CFR
Roberto A. Suro                          CFR
Walter Sterling Surrey                   CFR/92
Leo A. Suslow                            CFR/TC/84
Mona K. Sutphen                          CFR
Peter D. Sutherland                      CFR/TC/92
James Smyrl Sutterlin                    CFR/92
Francis X. Sutton                        CFR/88
Percy E. Sutton                          CFR/TC/87
Cedric Suzman                            CFR
Tetsuo Suzuki                            CFR/TC/92
Poul Johan Svanholm                      CFR/88
Milan Svec                               CFR/88
Emory Coblentz Swank                     CFR/92
David H. Swanson                         CFR/85
Howard R. Swearer                        CFR/92
John J. Sweeney                          CFR
Arthur Sweetser                          CFR/21
Julia Ellen Sweig                        CFR
Brandon W. Sweitzer                      CFR/92
Eric P. Swenson                          CFR/92
Sidney A. Swensrud                       CFR
Scott L. Swid                            CFR
Stephen Claar Swid                       CFR/92
Peter Bird Swiers                        CFR/88
James W. Swigert                         CFR/87
James W. Swihart                         CFR
Mark Swilling                            CFR/88
John Temple Swing                        CFR/TC/84
Stanley M. Swinton                       CFR
John A Swire                             CFR/85
Gerard Swope, Jr.                        CFR
W. Stuart Symington (D-MO)               CFR/84
Stephen F. Szabo                         CFR/92
Peter L. Szanton                         CFR/84
Tad Szulc                                CFR/85
Peter L. Szanton                         CFR
Roman Szporluk                           CFR                   
George M. Taber                          CFR/TC/84
Setsuya Tabuchi                          CFR/92
Henry Waters Taft                        CFR/21/S&B 1880
Julia Vadala Taft                        CFR
William Howard Taft IV                   CFR/92
Paul Tagliabue                           CFR
Shirin R. Tahir-Kheli                    CFR/TC/92
Tsuyoshi Takagi                          CFR/92
Phillips Talbot                          CFR/TC/88
Strobe Talbott                           CFR/RS/TC/92
Jeffrey W. Taliaferro                    CFR
Puneet Talwar                            CFR
Kara W.Y. Tan Bhala                      CFR
Angelica Tang                            CFR
David K. Y. Tang                         CFR/92
Kara W. Y. Tang                          CFR
George K. Tanham                         CFR/92
Frank Tannenbaum                         CFR
Theodore Tannewald                       CFR/92
Harold Tanner                            CFR/92
Raymond Tanter                           CFR/92
Raul R. Tapia                            CFR/TC/92
Jesse W. Tapp                            CFR
Peter Tapsell                            CFR/TC/88
Peter Tarnoff                            CFR/TC/J/92
Daniel K. Tarullo                        CFR
Bruce C. Tater                           CFR
Sotoo Tatsumi                            CFR/92
Frank J. Tasco                           CFR
Gligor A. Tashkovich                     CFR
Charles E. Tauber                        CFR
William Taubman                          CFR/85
William P.. Tavoulareas                  CFR/92
Archibald W. Taylor                      CFR/21
Arthur R. Taylor                         CFR
Carl Taylor                              CFR/21
Cathy L. Taylor                          CFR
Diana L. Taylor                          CFR
Geoffrey W. Taylor                       CFR/88
George E. Taylor                         CFR/85
James S. Taylor                          CFR/84
Kathryn Pelgrift Taylor                  CFR
Maxwell D. Taylor                        CFR/92
Myron C. Taylor                          CFR 1943-1959
Wayne Chatfield Taylor                   CFR
William Jesse Taylor Jr.                 CFR/84
John E. Tedstrom                         CFR
David J. Teece                           CFR/92
Peter B. Teeley                          CFR
Robert M. Teeter                         CFR
Nancy H. Teeters                         CFR/85
Erastus T. Tefft                         CFR/21
Howard J. Teicher                        CFR/88
Martha A. Teichner                       CFR
Ruti G. Teitel                           CFR
Michael S. Teitelbaum                    CFR/88
Shibley Telhami                          CFR/88
Edward Teller                            CFR
Ashley J. Tellis                         CFR
Horst Teltschik                          CFR/88
Maurice Tempelsman                       CFR/92
Richard H. Templeton                     CFR
Dina Simone Temple-Raston                CFR
George J. Tenet                          CFR/J
Leonard B. Tennyson                      CFR/92
Anthony P. Terracciano                   CFR/92
Sarah M. Terry                           CFR/87
Shabtai Teveth                           CFR/92
Gregory F. Teverton                      CFR
Archibald G. Thacher                     CFR/21
A. Bronson Thayer                        CFR/87
Charles A. Thayer                        CFR
Robert H. Thayer                         CFR
Patricia Thebaud                         CFR/92
Thomas C. Theobald                       CFR/88
Patrick N. Theros                        CFR
Jane L. Barber Thery                     CFR/TC/87
Jaques Thierry                           CFR/92
Marc A. Thiessen                         CFR
Pamela Beth Thiessen                     CFR
G. Richard Thoman                     BB/CFR/92
Barbara S. Thomas                        CFR/92
Brooks Thomas                            CFR/88
Evan W. Thomas III                       CFR/92
Franklin Augustine Thomas                CFR/92
H. Gregory Thomas                        CFR
James P. Thomas                          CFR
Lee B. Thomas, Jr.                       CFR/92
Lewis Thomas                             CFR/84
Hillary Thomas-Lake                      CFR
Pamela S. Thomas-Graham                  CFR
Troy S. Thomas                           CFR
Max W. Thomburg                          CFR
Earle S. Thompson                        CFR
Edward T. Thompson                       CFR/84
Fred D. Thompson                         CFR
Heather Dawn Thompson                    CFR
Kenneth W. Thompson                      CFR
Llewellyn E. Thompson                    CFR
Nicholas E.S. Thompson                   CFR
Robert Louis Thompson                    CFR
W. Scott Thompson                        CFR/85
William Boyce Thompson                   CFR/21
William Pratt Thompson                   CFR/92
James A. Thomson (Rand Corp.)            CFR/TC/87
James C. Thomson Jr.                     CFR/84
Richard L. ("Dick") Thornburgh           CFR/92
Richard Paul Thornell                    CFR/88
John L. Thornton                         CFR/92
Thomas Perry Thornton                    CFR/92
Louisa Thoron                            CFR/85
Willard L. Thorp                         CFR/88
Allen R. Thrope                          CFR
Cathryn L. Thorup                        CFR/92
Lester C. Thurow                         CFR/TC
John Tibby                               CFR/92
Niels Thygesen                           CFR/TC/92
Charles Tidbury                          CFR/TC/92
Otto Grieg Tidemand                      CFR/92
Chang-Lin Tien                           CFR
John K. Tien, Jr.                        CFR
Marta Tienda                             CFR
Matthew S. Tierney                       CFR
Paul E. Tierney Jr.                      CFR
Ronald Tiersky                           CFR
Ricki Rhodarmer Tigert                   CFR/92
Kimberly Till                            CFR
Charles C. Tillinghast, Jr.              CFR
David R. Tillinghast                     CFR/92
Seth P. Tillman                          CFR/84
Susan Lynne Tillou                       CFR
Andrew Tilton                            CFR
Maria Tilves                             CFR/92
Clare H. Timberlake                      CFR
William H. Timbers                       CFR
Kristen Timothy                          CFR/92
Edward Larocque Tinker                   CFR
Sarah LivingstonTimpson                  CFR/88
Cynthia A. Tindell                       CFR
Tinker Foundation                        CFR/88
Prem Tinsulanonda                        CFR/88
Frederick S. Tipson                      CFR
Amina Tirana                             CFR
Bradley M. Tirpak                        CFR
Andrew Herbert Tisch                     CFR
Laurence Alan Tisch                      CFR/J/87
Claire Marvel Tisne                      CFR
Edward Tivnan                            CFR/92
Randall L. Tobias                        CFR/92
Michael P. Todaro                        CFR/92
Maurice Linwood Todd                     CFR/92
Terence A. Todman                        CFR/92
Terence A. Todman, Jr.                   CFR/84
Monica Duffy Toft                        CFR
Kathryn Tolbert                          CFR/92
Maynard J. Toll Jr.                      CFR/84
Toshihiro Tomabechi                      CFR/92
Alexander C. Tomlinson                   CFR/85
Roy Tomlinson                            CFR/21
Michael R. Tomz                          CFR
Tuong-Vy Ton                             CFR
Lyman M. Tondel, Jr.                     CFR
Alan Tonelson                            CFR/92
Jeffrey R. Toobin                        CFR
Kathleen Elizabeth Toomey                CFR
Audrey Ronning Topping                   CFR
Seymour Topping                          CFR/92
Maria Elena Torano                       CFR
Carlos Del Toro                          CFR
Jonathan P. Torop                        CFR
Art Torres                               CFR/92
Esteban Edward Torres                    CFR
Gerald Torres                            CFR
Raidza M. Torres                         CFR
Robert G. Torricelli                     CFR
Robert C. Toth                           CFR/90
Jeanne Maddox Toungara                   CFR
John Goodwin Tower                       CFR/92
Preston Townley                          CFR/92
Edward Townsand                          CFR/84
Alair Townsend                           CFR/TC/92
Edward Townsend                          CFR
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend                CFR
Oliver Townsend                          CFR
Eiji Toyoda                              CFR/TC/92
Keiya Toyonaga                           CFR/92
Stephen Joel Trachtenberg                CFR/92
Frank N. Trager                          CFR/84
Harry D. Train II                        CFR/92
John Train                               CFR/92
Russell E. Train                         CFR/92
Bernard E. Trainor                       CFR/92
Eugene P. Trani                          CFR/92
J. C. Traphagen                          CFR
James Traub                              CFR
Peter J. Travers                         CFR/92
Martin B. Travis, Jr.                    CFR/92
Stephen J. Treadway                      CFR
Adam J. Treanor                          CFR
John Elting Treat                        CFR/92
Thomas J. Trebat                         CFR/92
Marietta Tree                            CFR/92
Timothy Paul Trenkle                     CFR
Gregory Frye Treverton                   CFR/88
Henry Trewhitt                           CFR/92
Philip Harold Trezise                    CFR/92
Robert H. Trice, Jr.                     CFR
Robert Triffin                           CFR/92
Charles R. Trimble                       CFR
Guy E. Tripp                             CFR/21
Juan Terry Trippe                        CFR
Kathleen Troia                           CFR/84
Vera M. Trojan                           CFR
Peter D. Trooboff                        CFR/85
Carlisle A.H. Trost                      CFR/92
Alexander Buel Trowbridge                CFR/92
Marion Dawson Truitt                     CFR/92
Nancy Sherwood Truitt                    CFR
David Bicknell Truman                    CFR
Edwin M. Truman                          CFR/92
Lucian K. Truscott, Jr.                  CFR
Robert Wood Johnson Jr. Charitable Trust CFR
Svetlana Tsalik                          CFR
Elizabeth G. Tsehai                      CFR
Basilios E. Tsingos                      CFR
Elizabeth G. Tsipis                      CFR
Kosta Tsipis                             CFR/TC/92
Seiji Tsutsumi                           CFR/88
Lawrence P. Tu                           CFR/92
H. Anton Tucher                          CFR/85
Barbara W. Tuchman                       CFR/92
Edward Hallam Tuck                       CFR/88
William Hallam Tuck                      CFR
Jonathan B. Tucker                       CFR
Katherine K. Tucker                      CFR
Nancy Bernkopf Tucker                    CFR/92
Richard Frank Tucker                     CFR/90
Robert W. Tucker (Johns Hopkins)         CFR/84
Richard Frank Tuggle                     CFR
Gabu Tugwana                             CFR/85
Darrow Tully                             CFR/85
Astrid S. Tuminez                        CFR/90
Nina Tumarkin                            CFR/TC/92
Ko-Yung Tung                             CFR/87
James P. Tunkey                          CFR
David Randolph Tunnell                   CFR
Carlos Tunnerman                         CFR/92
Nancy B. Turck                           CFR/92
John Turkevich                           CFR/92
Douglas W. Turner                        CFR
Elisabeth Russin Turner                  CFR
J. Michael Turner                        CFR
James M. Turner                          CFR
Robert F. Turner                         CFR/88
Stansfield Turner                        CFR/TC/84
William C. Turner                        CFR/92
Michael D. Tusiani                       CFR
John Wills Tuthill                       CFR/92
Gordon B. Tweedy                         CFR/84
William R. Tyler                         CFR
R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr (BOB)               CFR/92
Laura Dandrea Tyson                      CFR/85                   

Abraham L. Udovitch                      CFR/TC/92
Hisamitsu Uetani                         CFR/90
Mark A. Uhlig                            CFR/84
Jorge Ulla                               CFR/84
Richard H. Ullman                        CFR/92
Cornelius M. Ulman                       CFR/85
Alfred C. Ulmer, Jr.                     CFR/TC/84
Shoji Umemura                            CFR/88
Marybeth Peterson Ulrich                 CFR
Sanford J. Ungar                         CFR/92
Frederick Ungeheuer                      CFR/88
David C. Unger                           CFR
Leonard Unger (AMB)                      CFR
Sandford Unger                           CFR/92
Guillermo Ungo                           CFR/88
Mimio Uno                                CFR/92
Arthur R. Upgren                         CFR
Maureen T. Upton                         CFR
Thomas N. Urban                          CFR
Richard P. Urfer                         CFR/84
Robert M. Uriu                           CFR
William L. Ury                           CFR/92
William R. Usher                         CFR/92
Victor A. Utgoff                         CFR/88
Garrick Utley                            CFR/92
Albert E. Utton                          CFR/92
Jamie Ernesto Uzeta                      CFR
Giorgio Uzielli                          CFR/84                   

Alexander M. Vagliano                    CFR/92
Sara Vagliano                            CFR/92
Detlev F. Vagts                          CFR
Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran                   CFR
Viron Peter Vaky                         CFR/88
Abelardo Lopez Valdez                    CFR/92
Jiri Valenta                             CFR/92
Jack Valenti                             CFR/88
Alan Chester Valentine                   CFR
Debra A. Valentine                       CFR
Arturo A. Valenzuela                     CFR/92
Thomas C. Van Cleve                      CFR
Donna Lee Van Cott                       CFR
Brian Van De Mark                        CFR
Ernest Van Den Haag                      CFR/84
Max Van Der Stoel                        CFR/92
Gregory E. Van Der Vink                  CFR/TC/92
Arie Van Der Zwan                        CFR/92
Henry Pitney Van Dusen                   CFR
Michael H. Van Dusen                     CFR/92
Ted Van Dyk                              CFR/92
Stephen W. Van Evera                     CFR/92
James A. Van Fleet (Gen.)                CFR/TC/87
John Van Oudenaren                       CFR/TC/84
Gerard Van Schaik                        CFR/85
DeForest Van Slyck                       CFR/TC/S&B 1920
John Van Stirum                          CFR
Maarten Van Traa                         CFR/92
Constant M. Van Vlierden                 CFR/92
David Edgar Van Zandt                    CFR
Slabbert Frederik Van Zyl                CFR/88
L. Bruce Van Voorst                      CFR/84
Cyrus Roberts Vance                      CFR/TC/92
Marsha Vande Berg                        CFR
Katrina Vanden Heuvel                    CFR/92
William J. Vanden Heuvel                 CFR/87
Martina E. Vandenberg                    CFR
Jon Vanden Heuvel                        CFR
Katrina Vanden Heuvel                    CFR
William J. Vanden Heuvel                 CFR
Robert D. Vander  Lugt                   CFR
Frank Arthur Vanderlip                   CFR
Jeffrey Paul Varanini                    CFR
Marta B. Varela                          CFR
Peter Varkonyi                           CFR/TC/92
Harold E. Varmus                         CFR
Antonio Vasco De Mello                   CFR/88
George Vassiliou                         CFR/TC/92
Michel Vauzelle                          CFR/92
Ian Vasquez                              CFR
Veblen Tom C.                            CFR/92
Sesto E. Vecchi                          CFR
Mark S. Vecchio                          CFR/TC/92
Simone Veil                              CFR/92
Carol Michele Veit                       CFR/92
Lawrence A. Veit                         CFR/92
Nicholas A. Veliotes                     CFR/84
William F. Vendley                       CFR
Ann M. Veneman                           CFR
William C. Verity                        CFR/92
Philip K. Verleger, Jr.                  CFR
Richard R. Verma                         CFR
Peter H. Vermilye                        CFR/88
Raymond Vernon                        BB/CFR/85
Alexander R. Vershbow                    CFR/92
Toni Grant Verstandig                    CFR
Elizabeth G. Verville                    CFR/88
Afanasy Veselitsky                       CFR/92
John W. Jr (Gen.) Vessey                 CFR/92
George Vest                              CFR/92
Linda Vester                             CFR
Henry Viccellio                          CFR
Henry Viccellio, Jr.                     CFR
David J. Vidal                           CFR
Pote P. Videt                            CFR
Curtis G. Viebranz                       CFR
Stephen Viederman                        CFR/92
Richard Noyes Viets                      CFR/92
Adis Maria Vila                          CFR/TC/87
George R. Vila                           CFR
Marsans Jose Vila                        CFR/92
Arturo Villar                            CFR/88
Bernardo Malvar Villegas                 CFR/92
Jacob Viner                              CFR
Leslie Vinjamuri                         CFR
Milton Viorst                            CFR/88
Enzo Viscusi                             CFR/92
Alberto Vitale                           CFR/88
David J. Vitale                          CFR
Michael Vlahos                           CFR/92
Richard A. Voell                         CFR/92
Ezra F. Vogel                            CFR/92
Sandra Louise Vogelgesang                CFR/TC/84
Jay M. Vogelson                          CFR
Karston Voigt                            CFR/92
Stephen R. Volk                          CFR
George J. Vojta                          CFR/TC/90
Paul Adolph Volcker                   BB/CFR/TC/84
Stephen R. Volk                          CFR
Volvo North America                      CFR/88
Andreas Von Buelow                       CFR/92
K. Gayle Rose Von Eckartsberg            CFR
Mark Louis Von Hagen                     CFR
Frank N. Von Hippel                      CFR
Alfred H. Von Klemperer                  CFR/92
Roderick K. Von Lipsey                   CFR
Robert B. Von Mehren                     CFR/92
Joris Voorhoeve                          CFR/92
Tracy S. Voorhees                        CFR
Carmen Delgado Votaw                     CFR/92
Carl E. Vuono                            CFR/88                   

Linda Joy Wachner                        CFR/92
Andrew Baruch Wachtel                    CFR
Rick Waddell                             CFR/92
Caroline P. Wadhams                      CFR
James J. Wadsworth                       CFR
Mary Wadsworth-Darby                     CFR/84
Robert C. Waggoner                       CFR
Charles W. Wagley                        CFR
Allan Wagner                             CFR/92
Nicholas Wahl                            CFR/92
Marshall Ivan Wais Jr.                   CFR
Jarett F. Wait                           CFR
Richard Wait                             CFR
Frederic E. Wakeman Jr.                  CFR/92
Arthur Nelson Waldron                    CFR
Jane M. Wales                            CFR/92
Adam Walinsky                            CFR/92
A. Lightfoot Walker                      CFR
Anna Rachael Walker                      CFR
Charles Edward Walker                    CFR/92
George G. Walker                         CFR
George R. Walker                         CFR/92
Gregg Alexander Walker                   CFR
Jacques P. Walker                        CFR
Jenonne Walker                           CFR/85
John L. Walker                           CFR/92
Joseph Walker, Jr.                       CFR/92
Nancy J. Walker                          CFR
William Nickerson Walker                 CFR/84
Mary Lynn Walker-Huntley                 CFR
Sarah K. Walkling                        CFR
T. F. Walkowicz                          CFR
Christopher R. Wall                      CFR/85
Martha Redfield Wallace                  CFR/88
Roger Windham Wallace                    CFR
Schuyler C. Wallace                      CFR
Kenneth L. Wallach                       CFR
Celeste A. Wallander                     CFR/92
Mitchel B. Wallerstein                   CFR/85
Henry C. Wallich                         CFR/92
Christine  I. Wallich                    CFR/85
Henry Wallich                            CFR/92
Peter J. Wallison                        CFR/92
Walter N. Walmsley                       CFR
Ian Kennard Walsh                        CFR
Michaela Walsh                           CFR
Stephen M. Walt                          CFR/88
Barbara Walters                          CFR/J/84
Anthony John Walton                      CFR/92
Reginald Kieth Walton                    CFR
Kenneth N.Waltz                          CFR/85
Leah Zell Wanger                         CFR
Walter Wanger                            CFR
Eric M. Warburg                       BB/CFR
Felix Moritz Warburg                     CFR/21/J
Frederick Marcus Warburg                 CFR
Gerald F. Warburg II                     CFR/87
James Paul Warburg                       CFR
Paul Mortiz Warburg                      CFR/21/J 1921-1932
Chester Ward                             CFR
F. Champion Ward                         CFR/92
Harry E. Ward                            CFR/21
Jennifer C. Ward                         CFR
Hohn W. Ward                             CFR/92
Katherine T. Ward                        CFR
L. Celeste Johnson Ward                  CFR
Patrick Joseph Ward                      CFR
Thomas E. Ward                           CFR
Allen Wardwell                           CFR/21
Carl Ware                                CFR/88
Bharat Wariavwala                        CFR/88
Ethelbert Warfield                       CFR
Edward L. Warner III                     CFR/40
John William Warner                      CFR
Margaret G. Warner                       CFR
Mark R. Warner                           CFR
Rawleigh Warner, Jr.                     CFR/84
Volney James Warner                      CFR
Paul C. Warnke                           CFR/92
Gerald L. Warren                         CFR/TC/92
J.H. Warren                              CFR/92
John Edwin Warren                        CFR
Lewis M. Warren, Jr.                     CFR
Rick Warren                              CFR
Shields Warren                           CFR
Abbott McConnell Washburn                CFR/92
John L. Washburn                         CFR/TC/92
Etsuya Washio                            CFR/92
Debra L. Wasserman                       CFR
Bruce Wasserstein                        CFR/84
Donald Wasson                            CFR
R. Gordon Wasson                         CFR
Michio Watanabe                          CFR/92
Takeshi Watanabe                         CFR/92
John Isaac Waterbury                     CFR/21
Cherri D. Waters                         CFR/85
James F. Waters                          CFR/92
Ralph J. Watkins                         CFR
Alexander F. Watson                      CFR/85
Arthur Kittrege Watson                   CFR
Burl S. Watson                           CFR
Peter S. Watson                          CFR
Thomas John Watson                       CFR
Thomas John Watson, Jr.                  CFR
Thomas Watson, Jr.                       CFR
Ben J. Wattenberg                        CFR/TC/88
Glenn E. Watts                           CFR/TC/92
John H. Watts                            CFR/92
William Watts                            CFR/92
George Wauchope                          CFR
Matthew C. Waxman                        CFR
Alva O. Way                              CFR/92
Dennis Weatherstone                      CFR/92
David R. Weaver                          CFR/92
George L. Weaver                         CFR/90
Sylvester L. Weaver, Jr.                 CFR
Hoyt K. Webb                             CFR
James H. Webb                            CFR/85
Vanderbilt Webb                          CFR/21
Doron Weber                              CFR
Vin Weber (R-Mn)                         CFR
Bethuel M. Webster                       CFR/88
William Hedgcock Webster                 CFR/92
William F. Wechsler                      CFR
Steven Weddle                            CFR
Ruth n. Glushien Wedgewood               CFR/84
Ruth Wedgwood                            CFR
Gillian Wedonlumer                       CFR/92
Edward Weeks                             CFR
Jennifer R. Weeks                        CFR
Leroy S. Wehrle                          CFR/85
Lowell P. Weichker                       CFR/92
Murray L. Weidenbaum                     CFR/92
George Weigel                            CFR/92
George B. Weiksner Jr.                   CFR/88
Frank A. Weil                            CFR/88
Sanford I. Weill                         CFR
David B. Weinberg                        CFR
John L. Weinberg                         CFR/88
Steven Weinberg                          CFR
Caspar W. Weinberger                     CFR/TC/92
Myron Weiner                             CFR/92
Richard S. Weinert                       CFR/88
W. Bruce Weinrod                         CFR/92
David E. Weinstein                       CFR
Michael M. Weinstein                     CFR/92
Davis Weinstock II                       CFR
Sidney Weintraub                         CFR/92
Jacob Weisberg                           CFR
Steven R. Weisman                        CFR
Andrew Scott Weiss                       CFR
Charles Weiss Jr.                        CFR//TC/92
Cora Weiss                               CFR/92
Edith Brown Weiss                        CFR/92
Elizabeth Anne Weiss                     CFR
Henrich Weiss                            CFR/92
Juleanna Ruth Glover Weiss               CFR
Seymour Weiss  (Adm.)                    CFR/87
Stanley A. Weiss                         CFR/87
Thomas G. Weiss                          CFR/88
Ivan S. Weissman                         CFR
Victor F. Weisskopf                      CFR
Peter R. Weitz                           CFR
Ezer Weizman                             CFR/92
Dav id A. Welch                          CFR/92
C. David Welch                           CFR
Jasper A. Welch, Jr. (Gen.)              CFR/88
John Francis Welch, Jr.                  CFR/87
Larry D. Welch (Gen.)                    CFR/92
Leo Dewey Welch                          CFR
Susan R. Weld                            CFR
William F. Weld                          CFR
David P. Welker                          CFR
Charles Wellborn, Jr.                    CFR
George W. Wellde, Jr.                    CFR
David L. Weller                          CFR
Ralph Weller                             CFR/92
Alena Wels                               CFR/92
Damon Wells Jr.                          CFR/92
Herman B. Wells                          CFR/92
Louis T. Wells Jr.                       CFR/92
Samuel F. Wells Jr.                      CFR/84
Walter N. Wells                          CFR
Ira T. Wender                            CFR/TC/88
E. Allan Wendt                           CFR/92
Henry Wendt                              CFR/TC/92
Kenneth Wernimont                        CFR
Mitzi M. Wertheim                        CFR/92
Stephan D. Wesbrook                      CFR
Joanna Weschler                          CFR
Edwin J. Wesely                          CFR/85
Albert C. F. Wesphal                     CFR
Michael R. Wessel                        CFR/92
Nils Wessell                             CFR/92
Francis J. West                          CFR
J. Robinson West                         CFR/92
Owen O'Driscoll West                     CFR
Robert LeRoy West                        CFR/84
Togo Dennis West Jr.                     CFR/92
Elisa M. Westfield                       CFR
David L. Westin                          CFR
Steven P. Westin                         CFR
William C. Westmoreland                  CFR
Burns H. Weston                          CFR
Albert C. F. Westphal                    CFR
Olin L. Wethington                       CFR
Anne L. Wexler                           CFR
George Hunt Weyerhaeuser                 CFR
Lally Graham (Elizabeth) Weymouth        CFR/92
Charles W. Whalen, Jr.                   CFR
Richard J. Whalen                        CFR
Clifton R. Wharton, Jr.                  CFR/TC
Francis M. Wheat                         CFR/85
John K. Wheeler                          CFR/85
John P. Wheeler III                      CFR/92
Oliver P. Wheeler                        CFR
Richard W. Wheeler                       CFR/92
Albert Dewell Wheelon                    CFR/92
Walter H. Wheeler, Jr.                   CFR
Howard P. Whidden                        CFR
Taggart Whipple                          CFR/88
William Whipple                          CFR
Arthur P. Whitaker                       CFR
C. S. Whitaker                           CFR/92
Jennifer Seymour Whitaker                CFR/85
Mark Whitaker                            CFR/84
Barbara White                            CFR/84
Barton White                             CFR
Betty Buttril White                      CFR/92
Frank X. White                           CFR/92
Gilbert F. White                         CFR
H. Lee White                             CFR
James G. White                           CFR/21
John Campbell White                      CFR
John P. White                            CFR/92
John P. White III                        CFR
Julia A. White                           CFR/92
Laura J. White                           CFR
Mary Jo White                            CFR
Maureen White                            CFR/92
Peter C. White                           CFR/84
Robert John White                        CFR
Robert M. White                          CFR/85
Theodore H. White                        CFR/J/84
Timothy J. White                         CFR
William H. White                         CFR
Walter H. White Jr.                      CFR
William K. Whiteford                     CFR
John Cunningham Whitehead             BB/CFR/TC/92
Charles Sheldon Whitehouse               CFR/S&B 1947
Allen S. Whiting                         CFR/92
Christina B. Todd Whitman                CFR
Marina Von Neumann Whitman               CFR/TC/84
Russell R. Whitman                       CFR/21
Craig R. Whitney                         CFR/84
Christopher B. Whitney                   CFR
John Hay Whitney                         CFR
Arnold Whitridge                         CFR/88
Andreas Smith Whittam                    CFR/92
Frederick B. Whittemore                  CFR/87
William E. Whyman                        CFR
Howard J. Wiarda                         CFR/88
Charles Z. Wick                          CFR/92
George Woodward Wickersham               CFR/21-1936
John Adams Wickham, Jr.                  CFR/TC/87
Jennifer Widner                          CFR/88
Norbert Wieczorek                        CFR/87
Anita Volz Wien                          CFR
Carolyn Seely Wiener                     CFR
Jonathan Baert Wiener                    CFR
Malcolm Hewitt Wiener                    CFR/92
Elie Wiesel                              CFR/92
Elisha Wiesel                            CFR
Torsten Nils Wiesel                      CFR
Leon Wieseltier                          CFR/92
Jerome Bert Wiesner                      CFR/J/85
Albert H. Wiggin                         CFR/21
Charles A. Wight                         CFR
Brayton Wilbur, Jr.                   BB/CFR/92
C. Martin Wilbur                         CFR
Peter Wilby                              CFR
Elizabeth Roberts Wilcox                 CFR
Francis O. Wilcox                     BB/CFR/84
Robert B. Wilcox                         CFR/92
Payson S. Wild, Jr.                      CFR
Aaron Wildavsky                          CFR/92
Frazar B. Wilde                       BB/CFR
Claud Kern Wildenthal                    CFR
Walter W. Wilds                          CFR/92
Richard Arthur Wiley                     CFR/92
Maya D. Wiley                            CFR
Richard A. Wiley                         CFR
W. Bradford Wiley                        CFR/92
Harry E. Wilhelm                         CFR/92
Robert E. Wilhelm                        CFR/92
Thomas Lloyd Wilkerson                   CFR
Edith B. Wilkie                          CFR/85
Roger W. Wilkins                         CFR/92
Amy M. Wilkinson                         CFR
Dag Wilkinson                            CFR/85
Daniel C. Wilkinson                      CFR
Sharon P. Wilkinson                      CFR/85
Theodore L. Wilkinson                    CFR
George Will                              CFR/TC/92
Serena B. Wille                          CFR
Fay Willey                               CFR
Aaron S. Williams                        CFR
Avon N. Williams III                     CFR
Brian D. Williams                        CFR
Christine Williams                       CFR
Cindy Williams                           CFR
Dave H. Williams                         CFR
Earl Carter Williams                     CFR
Eddie Nathan Williams                    CFR
Elizabeth Helen Williams                 CFR
Harold M. Williams                       CFR
Franklin Hayden Williams                 CFR
Harold Marvin Williams                   CFR
Howard Roy Williams                      CFR
Haydn Williams                           CFR
James B. Williams                        CFR/92
John H. Williams                         CFR 1937-
Joseph Hill Williams                     CFR/84
Karen Hastie Williams                    CFR/92
Langbourne M. Williams                   CFR
Lawrence H. Williams                     CFR
Margaret Douglas Williams                CFR
Maurice Jacoutot Williams                CFR/TC/92
Melvin F. Williams, Jr.                  CFR
Michael J. Williams                      CFR
Paul R. Williams                         CFR
Reba White Williams                      CFR
Thomas R. Williams II                    CFR
William H. Williams                      CFR/21
William J. Williams, Jr.                 CFR
Edwin D. Williamson                      CFR
Irving A. Williamson                     CFR/92
Richard Salisbury Williamson             CFR
Samuel Gates Williamson                  CFR
Thomas Samuel Williamson, Jr.            CFR/92
Joseph H. Willits                        CFR
Mason Willrich                           CFR/92
Lucius Wilmerding, Jr.                   CFR
Robert George Wilmers                    CFR/92
Caroll L. Wilson                         CFR/92
Don M. Wilson III                        CFR
Donald Malcolm Wilson                    CFR/88
Ernest James Wilson III                  CFR/85
Gretchen Wilson                          CFR
Heather A. Wilson                        CFR/92
Howard E. Wilson                         CFR
James Q. Wilson                          CFR/84
John Donald Wilson                       CFR/88
Karen E. Wilson                          CFR
Margaret Scarbrough Wilson               CFR
Michael Wilson                        BB/CFR/85
O. Meredith Wilson                       CFR
Percy C. Wilson                          CFR
Serena Lynn Wilson                       CFR
Jacques D. Wimpfheimer                   CFR/85
Steven D. Winch                          CFR
Andrew W. Winden                         CFR
Bayly Winder                             CFR/TC/84
Thomas S. Windmuller                     CFR/85
William C. Winegard                      CFR/88
Montague W. Winfield                     CFR
Adrien Katherine Wing                    CFR/85
Henry S. Wingate                         CFR
Jay Winik                                CFR/92
Matthew A. Winkler                       CFR
Robin W. Winks                           CFR/92
Andrew C. Winner                         CFR
Herbert S. Winokur, Jr.                  CFR/92
Thomas Winship                           CFR/92
Richard S. Winslow                       CFR/92
Michael Russell Winston                  CFR/92
Philip Steele Winterer                   CFR/92
Francis X. Winters                       CFR/92
Laura Winters                            CFR
David J. Winton                          CFR
David A. Wirth                           CFR/92
John D. Wirth                            CFR/92
Timothy Endicott Wirth                   CFR/84
Steven J. Wisch                          CFR
Carol Wise                               CFR
Louise Holly B. Wise                     CFR
Frank G. Wisner II                    BB/CFR/85
Graham G. Wisner                         CFR
Joel S. Wit                              CFR/92
Anne A. Witkowsky                        CFR
Edward Witten                            CFR/90
Tamara Cofman Wittes                     CFR
Michael Witunski                         CFR/92
Fred F. Woerner                          CFR/92
James D. Wofensohn                    BB/CFR
Harris Llewellyn Wofford                 CFR/92
Elmer P. Wohl                            CFR
Richard H. Wohl                          CFR
William C. Wohlforth                     CFR/92
Albert Wohlstetter                    BB/CFR/84
Roberta Wohlstetter                      CFR/92
Anne E. Wojcicki                         CFR
Goshu Wolde                              CFR/92
Charles Wolf Jr.                         CFR/88
Ira Wolf                                 CFR
Milton Albert Wolf                       CFR/92
Adam R. Wofensohn                        CFR
James David Wolfensohn                BB/CFR/TC/84
Arnold Wolfers                           CFR
Alan William Wolff                       CFR/92
Jason R. Wolff                           CFR
Otto Von Amerongen Wolff                 CFR/88
Peter I. Wolff                           CFR
Paul D. Wolfowitz                     BB/CFR/TC/85
Jon B. Wolfsthal                         CFR
Neal S. Wolin                            CFR
Lee S. Wolosky                           CFR
Howard E. Wolpe (D-Mi)                   CFR
Howard E. Wolpe                          CFR/J
Tracy R. Wolstencroft                    CFR
Meredith Woo-Cummings                    CFR
Bryce Wood                               CFR
Harleston R. Wood                        CFR
Jack B. Wood, (Col.)                     CFR
Joseph R. Wood                           CFR
Richard D. Wood                          CFR
Robert C. Wood                           CFR
Suzanne Wood                             CFR
David Woodbridge                         CFR/84
Henry S. Woodbridge                      CFR
William H. Woodin                        CFR21
Herbert B. Woodman                       CFR
Judy C. Woodruff                         CFR
Ward W. Woods                            CFR
Ward W. Woods, Jr.                       CFR
William S. Woodside                      CFR/92
Donald B. Woodward                       CFR
Robert Upshur Woodward                   CFR/84
Susan L. Woodward                        CFR
Harry Woolf                              CFR/88
Clarence M. Woolley                      CFR 1932-1935
Knight Woolley                           CFR/S&B 1917
R. James Woolsey, Jr.                    CFR/RS/92
Suzanne H. Woolsey                       CFR
Eden Y. Woon                             CFR
Minky Worden                             CFR
Jacob J. Worenklein                      CFR
Christine E. Wormuth                     CFR
Denis Worrall                            CFR/92
Christian Fritz Wortman                  CFR
Larry M. Wortzel                         CFR
Kent Wosepka                             CFR
Cecil Wray, Jr.                          CFR/90
Walter B. Wreston                        CFR
W. Howard Wriggins                       CFR/92
Abi E. Wright                            CFR
Jerauld Wright                           CFR/92
Joseph R. Wright, Jr.                    CFR
L. Patrick Wright                        CFR
Lawrence G. Wright                       CFR
Matice J. Wright                         CFR
Quincy Wright                            CFR
Robin Wright                             CFR/85
Theodore P. Wright                       CFR
Paolo G. Wright-Carozza                  CFR/84
William H. Wright II                     CFR
Henry Merritt Wriston                    CFR 1943-
Walter Bigelow Wriston                BB/CFR/88
Timothy Wu                               CFR
Xueqian Wu                               CFR/92
Norman A. Wulf                           CFR
Holly Wyatt-Walter                       CFR
Frederick S. Wyle                        CFR/84
Andrew Wylie                             CFR
Thomas H. Wyman                          CFR/88
Guy Patrick Wyser-Pratte                 CFR
Charles Edward Wyzanski, Jr.             CFR                   

Xerox Foundation                         CFR/88
Mcebisi Xundu                            CFR/92                   

Gad Yaacobi                              CFR/88
Mona Yacoubian                           CFR
Nur Yalman                               CFR/TC/87
Tamotsu Yamaguchi                        CFR/88
Tadashi Yamamoto                         CFR/TC/92
Ahmed Zaki Yamani                        CFR/88
Isamu Yamashita                          CFR/85
Toru Yanagihara                          CFR/92
Chen Ning Yang                           CFR/84
James Ting-Yeh Yang                      CFR/S&B 1982
Linda Tsao Yang                          CFR
Phoebe L. Yang                           CFR
Daniel Yankelovich                       CFR/92
Michael B. Yanney                        CFR
Nancy Yao Massbach                       CFR
Adam Yarmolinsky                         CFR
Khan Sahabzada Yaqub                     CFR/84
Adam Yarmolinsky                         CFR/TC/92
Deborah Yarsike                          CFR/90
Masamoto Yashiro                         CFR/TC/92
Stephen Jerome Yates                     CFR
Dmitri Yazov                             CFR/92
Churruca Emilio Ybarra                   CFR/92
Christian C. Yegen                       CFR
Melinda C. Yee                           CFR
Janet Louise Yellen                      CFR
Edwin H Yeo III                          CFR/85
Daniel H. Yergin                         CFR/92
Theodore O. Yntema                       CFR/92
John N. Yochelson                        CFR
David B. Yoffie                          CFR/88
Catherine Lotrionte Yoran                CFR
Jaime Ernesto Yordan                     CFR
Herbert F. York                          CFR
Nancy Akemi Yoshihara                    CFR
Bunroku Yoshino                          CFR/92
Masaru Yoshitomi                         CFR/88
Casimir A. Yost                       BB/CFR/88
Charles W. Yost                          CFR
Alice Young (CSIS)                       CFR/92
Allyn A. Young                           CFR21
Andrew Young                             CFR/TC/92
C. G. Young                              CFR21
Donna Ecton Young                        CFR
Edgar B. Young                           CFR/85
George H. Young III                      CFR
Gwen Kathleen Young                      CFR
Jay T. Young                             CFR
Kenneth T. Young, Jr.                    CFR
M. Crawford Young                        CFR/88
Michael K. Young                         CFR
Nancy Young                              CFR/92
Owen D. Young                            CFR21, 1927-1940
Richard Young                            CFR/84
Stephen B. Young                         CFR/88
T. Cuyler Young                          CFR
Kneeland C. Youngblood                   CFR
William S. Youngman                      CFR'92
Alfred D. Youngwood                      CFR
Frederick T. C. Yu                       CFR/92
Peter M. Yu                              CFR
Richard A. Yudkin (Gen.)                 CFR/92
Philip W. Yun                            CFR
Raul H. Yzaguirre                        CFR                   

William D. Zabel                         CFR
Donna A. Zaccaro                         CFR
Donald S. Zagoria                        CFR/84
Paula A. Zahn                            CFR
Arshad R. Zakaria                        CFR/92
Fareed Zakaria                           CFR
Florence S. N. Zake                      CFR
Dov S. Zakheim                           CFR/92
Andres A. Zaldivar                       CFR/88
Michel Zaleski                           CFR
William E. Zamagni, Jr.                  CFR
Robert Lawrence Zangrillo                CFR
Vahan B. Zanoyan                         CFR
Frank G. Zarb                            CFR/92
I. William Zartman                       CFR/92
Brett I. W. Zarb                         CFR
Amy B. Zegart                            CFR
George Zeidenstein                       CFR/88
Arthur Zeikel                            CFR
Philip D. Zelikow                        CFR
J. D. Zellerbach                         CFR
Philip D. Zelikow                        CFR/84
C. Robert Zelnick                        CFR/88
Jonathan I. Zemmol                       CFR/88
Ezra Khedouri Zilkha                     CFR/88
Edwin M. Zimmerman                       CFR/92
Peter D. Zimmerman                       CFR/92
William Zimmerman (Pic 'n Save)          CFR/92
Warren Zimmermann                        CFR/84
Dorothy Shore Zinberg                    CFR/92
Norton Donald Zinder                     CFR/92
Anthony Charles Zinni                    CFR
Alan Z. J. Zinser                        CFR
Brian R. Zipp                            CFR
James d. Zirin                           CFR
Kimberly Marten Zisk                     CFR
Jonathan L. Zittrain                     CFR
Robert B. Zoellick                    BB/CFR/TC/92
James J. Zogby                           CFR/92
Joseph R. Zogby                          CFR
Aristide Rodolphe Zolberg                CFR/92
Marvin Zonis                             CFR/84
Iva Zoric                                CFR
Barry Zorthian                           CFR/S&B 1941
Alexander Zotov                          CFR/92
Charles A. Zraket                        CFR/88
Howard Alan Zucker                       CFR
Harriet Zuckerman                        CFR/92
Mortimer Benjamin Zuckerman           BB/CFR/J/84
Elmo Russell Zumwalt, Jr. (Adm.)         CFR/92
Arnold J. Zurcher                        CFR
Mikhail Zvanetsky                        CFR/88
Charles John Zwick                       CFR/84
Daniel B. Zwirn                          CFR
John Zysman                              CFR/87

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Council of Foreign Relations Members A-L

Posted on October 27, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State, Watchdog Tools | Tags: |

We would like to salute the Australian website Biblebelievers for compiling the following list of members: The list can be found at:

 

http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/cfrall1.htm

 

 

 

David L. Aaron                           CFR/92
Charles Spencer Abbot                    CFR/96
Wilder K. Abbott                         CFR
A. Robert Abboud                         CFR/92
Labeeb M. Abboud                         CFR/92
James C. Abegglen                        CFR/92
Tarek Abdel-Meguid                       CFR/92
Rawi Abdelal                             CFR
Elie Abel                                CFR/92
Keith W. Abell                           CFR
Philip Hauge Abelson                     CFR
Joseph F. Abely                          CFR/85
Cara L. Abercrombie                      CFR
Gina Kay Abercrombie-Winstanley          CFR
Robert John Abernethy                    CFR/96
John P. Abizaid                          CFR/85
Mona Aboelnaga                           CFR
Morris Berthod Abram                     CFR/RS/92
John P. Abizaid                          CFR
Michael J. Abramowitz                    CFR
Morton Isaac Abramowitz                  CFR/92
Elliott Abrams                           CFR/96
Stacey Y. Abrams                         CFR/92
David M. Abshire                      AC/CFR/TC/92
Odeh Felix Aburdene                      CFR/88
Democratica Accion                       CFR/88
Dean Gooderham Acheson                BB/CFR
Theodore C. Achilles               AC/BB/CFR/85
Peter Ackerman                           CFR/87
John F. Ackers                           CFR
Ray Adam                                 CFR/85
Gordon M. Adams                          CFR/92
Michael F. Adams                         CFR
Robert McCormick Adams                   CFR/92
Ruth Salzman Adams                       CFR/92
Timothy Dees Adams                       CFR
David M. Adamson                         CFR/84
Carol C. Adelman                      AC/CFR/96
Kenneth L. Adelman                       CFR/88
Allen R. Adler                           CFR
Herbert Agar                          AC/CFR
William Agee                             CFR/85
Vinod K. Aggarwal                        CFR/88
Umberto Agnelli                          CFR/TC/92
Harold M. Agnew                          CFR/96
Robert F. Agostinelli                    CFR/96
Martin Agronsky                          CFR/92
Zinser Adolfo Aguilar                    CFR/88
Horacio Aguirre                          CFR/92
William Edward Ahearn                    CFR
Stephanie R. Ahern                       CFR
Kamal Ahmad                              CFR
Laura Ahn                                CFR
Woodrow Ahn                              CFR
C. Michael Aho                           CFR/88
Alfred L. Aiken                          CFR/21
Bernard M Aidinoff                       CFR/92
Nurith Aizenman                          CFR
Fouad Ajami                              CFR/92
Shoichi Akazawa                          CFR/88
Anthony B. Akers                         CFR
John F. Akers                            CFR/92
Ameen Akhalwaya                          CFR/88
Sergei F. Akhromeyev                     CFR/90
James Elmer Akins                        CFR/92
Judith Albert                            CFR/84
Micel Albert                             CFR/TC/92
Alexis K. Albion                         CFR
Alice Patterson Albright                 CFR
Archie Earl Albright, Jr.                CFR/92
Rene Albrecht-Carrie                     CFR
Madeleine Korbel Albright                CFR/J/92
Michael H. Alderman                      CFR/92
Peter Belmont Alderman                   CFR
George H. Aldrich                        CFR/92
Winthrop Williams Aldrich                CFR
T. Alexander Aleinikoff                  CFR/88
Archibald S. Alexander                   CFR
Henry C. Alexander                       CFR
James Strange Alexander                  CFR21/S&B 1882
Margo N. Alexander                       CFR
Robert J. Alexander                      CFR/92
Michael Alexander                        CFR/88
Sarah Elizabeth Alexander                CFR
Roger P. Alford                          CFR
William P Alford                         CFR/92
Mustafa Javed Ali                        CFR
Paul Arthur Allaire                   BB/CFR/TC/92
F. Aley Allan                            CFR/92
Scott Hazzard Allan, Jr.                 CFR
Nicholas Allard                          CFR/92
Joe L. Allbritton                        CFR/88
Charles E. Allen                         CFR
Charles Edward Allen II                  CFR/S&B 1958
F. Aley Allen                            CFR
Frederick Hobbes Allen                   CFR21
J. Michael Allen III                     CFR
Jodi T. Allen                            CFR
John Allen                               CFR/87
Lew Allen Jr (Gen.)                      CFR/92
Philip E. Allen                          CFR/85
Raymond B. Allen                         CFR
Richard V. Allen                         CFR
Robert E. Allen                          CFR/TC
William L. Allen                         CFR
James B. Alley                           CFR
Joseph F. Allibrandi                     CFR/84
Graham Tillety Allison, Jr.           BB/CFR/TC/88
Richard C. Allison                       CFR/92
Alexander W. Allport                     CFR/84
S. C. Allyn                              CFR
Michael Almond                           CFR
Anne L. Alonzo                           CFR
Alan N. Alpern                           CFR/92
Jonathan Alter                           CFR
Karen J. Alter                           CFR
Jon B. Alterman                          CFR
Emily Altman                             CFR/88
Roger Altman                             CFR/92
Sidney Altman                            CFR/88
William C. Altman                        CFR
Arthur Goodhart Altschul                 CFR/84
Frank Altschul                           CFR/21
David Altshuler                          CFR
Donna Maria Alvarado                     CFR/88
Jose E. Alvarez                          CFR/TC/92
Kira M. Alvarez                          CFR
Amy E. Alving                            CFR
Angelo I. Amador                         CFR
Isao Amagi                               CFR/TC/92
Omar S. Amanat                           CFR
Naohiro Amaya                            CFR/92
Jason L. Amerine                         CFR
Amyas Ames                               CFR
Oakes Ames                               CFR/88
Morris J. Amitay                         CFR/92
Hoyt Ammidon                             CFR
Ajay K. Amlani                           CFR
Robert Amory, Jr.                        CFR
Deborah Susan Amos                       CFR/92
Hady A. Amr                              CFR
David A. Andelman                        CFR/92
Arthur M. Anderson                       CFR
Barbara Ann Anderson                     CFR
Craig B. Anderson                        CFR
Desaix Anderson                          CFR
Dillon Anderson                          CFR
Edward G. Anderson, III                  CFR
George W. Anderson, Jr.                  CFR
Gloria B. Anderson                       CFR
Harold F. Anderson                       CFR/92
Harold W. Anderson                       CFR/92
John Bayard Anderson (R-IL)              CFR/TC/92
Joseph A. Anderson                       CFR
Lisa Anderson                            CFR/92
Marcus A. Anderson (Gen.)                CFR/92
Paul F. Anderson                         CFR/88
Robert Bruce Anderson                    CFR/84
Robert Orville Anderson               BB/CFR/88
Roger E. Anderson                        CFR
Roy Anderson                             CFR/84
Wendy R. Anderson                        CFR
Charles N. Andreae III                   CFR/TC/88
Dwayne Orville Andreas             AC/BB/CFR/TC/87
Terry Andreas                            CFR
Stacy Andres                             CFR/92
David R. Andrews                         CFR/88
Michael A. Andrews                       CFR
John S. Andrews                          CFR
Georgi Andzhaparidze                     CFR/85
James Waterhouse Angell                  CFR/84
Wayne D. Angell                          CFR/85
Mark A. Angelson                         CFR
Hans H. Angermueller                     CFR/92
Manual R. Angulo                         CFR/85
Manuel R. Angulo                         CFR
Norbert L. Anschuetz                     CFR/92
M Michael Ansour                         CFR/92
Robert Anthoine                          CFR/88
John Duke Anthony                        CFR/92
Nancy A. Aossey                          CFR
David Pushel Apgar                       CFR/92
Jerry Apodaca                            CFR/92
Mari Carmen Aponte                       CFR
Kwame Anthony Appiah                     CFR
Anne E. Applebaum                        CFR
David Ernest Apter                       CFR/84
Paul A. Aquino                           CFR/88
Moshe Arad                               CFR/TC/92
Rand Vincent Araskog                     CFR/TC/84
Georgi A. Arbatov                        CFR/88
Carlos J. Arboleya                       CFR/87
Arca Foundation                          CFR/92
Shellye L. Archambeau                    CFR
Tomas A. Arciniega                       CFR/92
Cresencio S. Arcos                       CFR/88
Athony Clark Arend                       CFR
Calderon Ricardo Arias                   CFR/88
Sanchez Oscar Arias                      CFR/92
Stanley S. Arkin                         CFR
Roone Arledge                            CFR/92
Michael Hayden Armacost               BB/CFR/TC/85
Samuel H. Armacost                       CFR/84
Giovanni Auletta Armenise                CFR/92
Norman Armour                            CFR
Anne Legendre Armstrong               AC/CFR/92
C. Michael Armstrong                     CFR/92
DeWitt C. Armstrong III                  CFR/92
Hamilton Fish Armstrong                  CFR/TC/21 1928
John A. Armstrong                        CFR/92
Lloyd Armstrong, Jr.                     CFR
Lord Ilminster Armstrong                 CFR/92
Henry H. Armstrong                       CFR/85
Willis C. Armstrong                      CFR/84
Gustavo Arnavat                          CFR
Henry H. Arnhold                         CFR
Daniel Clay Arnold                       CFR/92
Millard W. Arnold                        CFR/92
Adam M. Aron                             CFR/88
Bernard W. Aronson                       CFR
Jonathan David Aronson                   CFR/92
Michael Aronson                          CFR
Fabiola R. Arredondo                     CFR
Deana Arsenia                            CFR
Adrienne Arsht                           CFR
Robert J. Art                            CFR/92
Alberta Arthurs                          CFR/92
Carole Artigiani                         CFR
Edwin Lewis Artzt                        CFR/92
Max Ascoli                               CFR
Diego C. Asencio                         CFR/92
Robert E. Asher                          CFR/84
Sarah Scott Ashton                       CFR
Asia Foundation                          CFR/88
Asia Society                             CFR/85
Reubin Askew                             CFR/92
Reza Aslan                               CFR
Ronald D. Asmus                          CFR/92
Les Aspin  (D-WI)                        CFR/92
Vicki-Ann E. Assevero                    CFR/88
Harold Pratt Associates                  CFR
Association Radio TV News Analysts       CFR/92
George E. Assousa                        CFR/88
Alfred Leroy Atherton Jr.                CFR/85
Bama Athreya                             CFR
Benjamin A. Atkins                       CFR
Betsy S. Atkins                          CFR
Caroline Atkinson                        CFR
Sidney Atman                             CFR
William Wallace Atterbury                CFR/21
William Attwood                          CFR/92
J. Brian Atwood                          CFR/92
M. Genevieve Atwood                      CFR
Henry G. Aubrey                          CFR
James E. Auer                            CFR
Stuart C. Auerbach                       CFR
David D. Aufhauser                       CFR
Norman R. Augustine                      CFR
Bromwell Ault                            CFR
Michael R. Auslin                        CFR
Josiah Lee Auspitz                       CFR/92
B. L. Austin                             CFR
Paul Austin                              CFR
Jesse H. Ausubel                         CFR/92
John F. Avedon                           CFR/88
John E. Avery                            CFR
Patrick G. Awuah, Jr.                    CFR
Frerderick W. Axelgard                   CFR/88
Robert M. Axelrod                        CFR
Hermann Axen                             CFR/92
H. Brandt Ayers                          CFR/87
Azocar Patricio Aylwin                   CFR/88
Alyssa C. Ayres                          CFR
Khalid Azim                              CFR
Tariq Aziz                               CFR/92         
Bruce E. Babbitt                         CFR/TC/84
Eileen F. Babbitt                        CFR
Harriet C. Babbitt                       CFR
C. Stanton Babcock                       CFR
James L. Bacchus                         CFR
Andrew J. Bacevich                       CFR
Edmar Bacha                              CFR/88
Jules S. Bache                           CFR/21
David Mark Bachman                       CFR/92
George Backer                            CFR
Robert Low Bacon                         CFR/21
Kenneth H. Bacon                         CFR
John Carter Bacot                        CFR/92
John S. Badeau                           CFR
William B. Bader                         CFR/92
Donald A. Baer                           CFR/92
M. Delal Baer                            CFR/92
Mario L. Baeza                           CFR92
Elizabeth Frawley Bagley                 CFR
Charles Waldo Bailey                     CFR/92
Ronald Lewis Bailey                      CFR
Leslie Elizabeth Bains                   CFR
Charles F. Baird                         CFR
Peter W. Baird                           CFR
Zoe Baird                                CFR/88
Edgar R. Baker                           CFR
George Barr Baker                        CFR/21
George P. Baker                          CFR
Howard H. Baker, Jr. (R-Tn)              CFR/92
James Edgar Baker                        CFR
James Addison Baker III               AC/CFR/92
John R. Baker                            CFR
Nancy Kassebaum Baker                    CFR
Pauline H. Baker                         CFR/84
Ray Stannard Baker                       CFR/21
Stewart A. Baker (NSA General Counsel)   CFR
Thurbert E. Baker                        CFR
Shaul Bakhash                            CFR
Peter Bakstansky                         CFR
Paul Balaran                             CFR/85
Malcolm Baldridge                        CFR/92
Carol Baldwin Moody                      CFR
David A. Baldwin                         CFR/92
Hanson W. Baldwin                        CFR
Henry Furlong Baldwin                    CFR/92
Richard Edward Baldwin                   CFR/92
Robert Edwear Baldwin                    CFR/88
Robert H. B. Baldwin                     CFR/92
Sherman Baldwin                          CFR
Carter F. Bales                          CFR/92
Kenneth D. Balick                        CFR/92
Gerald L. Baliles                     AC/CFR
David George Ball                        CFR/S&B 1960
George Wildman Ball                   BB/CFR
George T. Ballou                         CFR/92
Roberta Balstad                          CFR
David Baltimore                          CFR/88
Harding F. Bancroft                      CFR/84
Laurence Merrill Band                    CFR
Stephen H. Band                          CFR/88
Bin Sultan Bandar                        CFR/85
Donald K. Bandler                        CFR
Doug Bandow                              CFR/92
Louis L. Banks                           CFR/84
Kenneth W. Banta                         CFR/92
Benjamin R. Barber                       CFR
Charles F. Barber                        CFR/88
James Alden Barber, Jr.                  CFR/92
Joseph Barber                            CFR
Perry O. Barber, Jr.                     CFR/92
James W. Barco                           CFR
William G. Bardel                        CFR
Teresa C. Barger                         CFR/85
Thomas C. Barger                         CFR/84
Frederick C. Barghoorn                   CFR/92
Joel D. Barkan                           CFR
James M. Barker                          CFR
John P Barker                            CFR
Robert R. Barker                         CFR/85
Henri J. Barkey                          CFR
Solomon Barkin                           CFR/92
Erica Jean Barks-Ruggles                 CFR
William E. Barlow                        CFR/85
Joyce Barnathan
CFR/92
William J. Barnds                        CFR/88
Joseph Fels Barnes                       CFR
Harry G. Barnes Jr.                      CFR/92
Julius H. Barnes                         CFR/21
Michael D. Barnes (D-Md)                 CFR/92
Richard J. Barnet                        CFR/92
A. Doak Barnett                          CFR
Edward W. Barnett                        CFR
F.William Barnett                        CFR
Frank R. Barnett                         CFR/88
Marguerite R. Barnett                    CFR/92
Michael N. Barnett                       CFR/92
Robert W. Barnett                        CFR/92
Vicent M. Barnett, Jr.                   CFR
F. William Barnett                       CFR
Raenu Barod                              CFR
William Joseph Baroody, Jr.              CFR/92
Michael S. Barr                          CFR
Robert I. Barr                           CFR/21
Thomas D. Barr                           CFR/TC/84
Harry P. Barrand, Jr.                    CFR/84
Raymond Barre                            CFR/88
Ernesto Barreiro                         CFR/85
Barbara McConnell Barrett                CFR
Edward W. Barrett                     AC/CFR/92
John Adams Barrett                       CFR/92
Nancy Smith Barrett                      CFR/92
Thomas A. Barron                         CFR/85
Leland Barrows                           CFR
Grace Barry                              CFR/92
John L. Barry                            CFR
Lisa B. Barry                            CFR
Nancy M Barry                            CFR
Thomas Corcoran Barry                    CFR/TC/92
Jill Barshay                             CFR
Charlene Barshefsky                      CFR
Johannes Bartelds                        CFR/90
Andrew Bartels                           FR/92
Reginald Bartholomew                  AC/CFR/92
Joseph W. Bartlett                       CFR/92
Thomas A. Bartlett                       CFR
Timothy J. Bartlett                      CFR/92
Robert Leroy Bartley                  BB/CFR/TC/92
Kristen Leigh Bartok                     CFR
Christopher Barton                       CFR/92
David A. Bartsch                         CFR
Michael Barzelay                         CFR/92
Jacques Barzun                           CFR
Albert C. Bashawaty                      CFR/85
John T. Basek                            CFR/92
Jeremy B. Bash                           CFR
Bo Baskin                                CFR/92
Adrian Anthony Basora                    CFR/92
Gary J. Bass                             CFR
James Edward Bass                        CFR/S&B/TC/82
Peter E. Bass                            CFR
Robert P. Bass, Jr.                      CFR
Warren Bass                              CFR
Piero Bassetti                           CFR/88
Michelle Bassin                          CFR/92
Francis Keith Bassolino                  CFR
Whitman Bassow                           CFR/85
Philip Bastedo                           CFR/90
William H. Bateman                       CFR
Marston Bates                            CFR
Pamela M. Bates                          CFR
Dana T. Batholomew                       CFR
Allan R. Batkin                          CFR/88
Francis M. Bator                         CFR/92
Peter A. Bator                           CFR
Charles Battaglia                        CFR
Lucius D. Battle                         CFR/92
Joanne R. Bauer                          CFR
Carol Edler Baumann                      CFR/92
Roger R. Bauman                          CFR/85
William H. Baumer                        CFR
James P. Baxter III                      CFR
Randolph. Baxter                         CFR
Richard R. Baxter                        CFR
Birch E. Bayh, Jr.                       CFR
Edward Ashley Bayne                      CFR/84
Osama El Baz                             CFR/88
Hugh Beach                               CFR/85
Gerald F. Beal                           CFR
Jacob D. Beam                            CFR/92
Atherton Bean                            CFR/92
Frank D. Bean                            CFR
Ronald S. Beard                          CFR/85
Nancy Bearg-Dyke                         CFR
William Howard Beasley III               CFR/92
Richard I. Beattie                       CFR/92
Warren Beatty                            CFR
Amos L. Beaty                            CFR/21
Hans W. Becherer                         CFR/92
Lovell E. Becker                         CFR/84
Perry S. Bechky                          CFR
Stephen Davison Bechtel, Jr.             CFR
Steven Davison Bechtel                   CFR
Elizabeth H. Becker                      CFR
Loftus E. Becker                         CFR
Benjamin H. Beckhart                     CFR
David Z. Beckler                         CFR
Pierre Bedard                            CFR
Gregory R. Bedrosian                     CFR
Frederick Sessions Beebe              BB/CFR
Richard E. Beeman                        CFR/92
Samuel H. Beer                           CFR
Andrea D. Begel                          CFR
Louis Begley                             CFR/92
Michael P.Behringer                      CFR
Jack N. Behrman                          CFR/92
Thomas C. Beierle                        CFR
David O. Beim                            CFR/88
Nicholas F. Beim                         CFR
William S. Beinecke                      CFR/85
Ruth Margolies Beitler                   CFR
Nancy Yavor Bekavac                      CFR
Robert A. Belfer                         CFR
Peter I. Belk                            CFR
Burwell B. Bell                          CFR
Daniel W. Bell                           CFR/92
David Elliot Bell                     BB/CFR/92
Elliott Vance Bell                    BB/CFR/53
Gordon P. Bell                           CFR
Holley Mack Bell                         CFR/92
J. Bowyer Bell                           CFR/88
Jonathan N. Bell                         CFR
Joseph C. Bell                           CFR
Mack Bell                                CFR
Peter Dexter Bell                        CFR/92
Robert G. Bell                           CFR
Ruth Greenspan Bell                      CFR
Stephanie Bell-Rose                      CFR/92
Stephen E. Bell                          CFR/85
Travers J. Bell, Jr.                     CFR/84
Thomas D. Bell                           CFR
Carol Bellamy                            CFR/92
John B. Bellinger III                    CFR
Judith Hippler Bello                     CFR/92
Terence H. Benbow                        CFR/92
Matthew J .V. Bencke                     CFR
Harry J. Benda                           CFR
Gerald J. Bender                         CFR/92
Bertha Benedict                          CFR
Harry E. Benedict                     AC/CFR
Kennette M. Benedict                     CFR
Mae Benet                                CFR/88
Marc R.Benioff                           CFR
Esther T. Benjamin                       CFR
Robert S. Benjamin                       CFR
Robert H. Benmosche                      CFR
Douglas J. Bennet Jr.                    CFR
Andrew Bennett                           CFR/90
Christina Anne Bennett                   CFR/92
Donald V. Bennett                        CFR
Jack F. Bennett                          CFR/92
John C. Bennett                          CFR
Martin Toscan Bennett                    CFR
Susan J. Bennett                         CFR/92
W. Tapley Bennett, Jr.                   CFR/84
William B. Bennett                       CFR
Nora J. Bensahel                         CFR
Ahmed Bensalah                           CFR/88
Janet Benshoof                           CFR
Lucy Peters Wilson Benson             AC/CFR/TC/84
William B. Benton                        CFR
Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr.                 BB/CFR
Meron Benvenisti                         CFR/92
Tristan E. Beplat                        CFR/84
Bernard R. Berelson                      CFR
Douglas K. Bereuter                      CFR
Rober J. Berg                            CFR/88
Margaret Bergen                          CFR
Peter Bergen                             CFR
Joshua A. Berger                         CFR
Marilyn Berger                           CFR/92
Morroe Berger                            CFR
Peter Lampert Berger                     CFR
Samuel Richard ("Sandy") Berger       BB/CFR/J
Suzanne Berger                           CFR/92
Lowell A. Bergman                        CFR
Harry E. Bergold, Jr.                    CFR/TC/84
Jean Bergougnoux                         CFR/88
Abram Bergson                            CFR
C. Fred Bergsten                      BB/CFR/TC/88
Helle Bering                             CFR
Seth F. Berkley                          CFR
L. V. Berkner                            CFR
Bruce D. Berkowitz                       CFR/92
Pamela B. Berkowsky                      CFR
Adolf A. Berle, Jr.                      CFR
Adolf Augustus Berle                     CFR
Howard L. Berman (D-Ca)                  CFR/92
John S. Berman                           CFR
Jonathan Berman                          CFR
Kenneth W. Bernard                       CFR
Joseph Cardinal Bernardin                CFR/92
John E. Berndt                           CFR/88
David S. Bernstein                       CFR
Edward M. Bernstein                      CFR
Peter W. Bernstein                       CFR/92
Robert L. Bernstein                      CFR/92
Tom A. Bernstein                         CFR
John G. Berquist                         CFR/21
Susan Vail Berresford                    CFR/TC/88
Scott D. Berrie                          CFR
Martinez Ruben Berrios                   CFR/92
Jan Carol Berris                         CFR/85
Elizabeth Clay Berry                     CFR
Sidney B. Berry                          CFR/TC/84
Alan D. Bersin                           CFR
Edward M. Berstein                       CFR
Robert L. Berstein                       CFR
George Berthoin                          CFR/92
Catherine Ann Bertini                    CFR
Samuel Reading Bertron                   CFR/21/S&B 1885
Gary K. Bertsch                          CFR
Michael R. Beschloss                     CFR/92
Peter Justus Beshar                      CFR
Simon Michael Bessie                     CFR/92
William A. Best III                      CFR/92
Robert M. Bestani                        CFR/92
Theodore C. Bestor                       CFR
Robert M. Bestani                        CFR
Richard K. Betts                         CFR/92
Thomas J. Betts                          CFR
Austin M. Beutner                        CFR
Herman W. Bevis                          CFR
Jeffrey Bewkes                           CFR
John C. Beyer                            CFR/88
Kian Beyzavi                             CFR
Raj Bhala                                CFR
Karan K. Bhatia                          CFR
Seweryn Bialer                           CFR/88
Kenneth J. Bialkin                       CFR/88
Jeffrey P. Bialos                        CFR/92
Nicole M. Bibbins                        CFR
Jewelle Bickford                         CFR
Barbara Bicksler                         CFR/88
George C. Biddle                         CFR
Joseph R. Biden, Jr.                     CFR/88
Percy W. Bidwell                         CFR/TC/92
Kurt H. Biedenkopf                       CFR/92
Stephen E. Biegun                        CFR
Eric R. Biel                             CFR/92
Betsy Biemann                            CFR/88
Henry S. Bienen                          CFR/92
Abraham L. Bienstock                     CFR
John C. Bierley                          CFR/88
John Bierwirth                           CFR/84
David J. Biggs                           CFR
John H. Biggs                            CFR
Peter I. Bijur                           CFR
Richard B. Bilder                        CFR
Michelle Billig                          CFR
Lucy C. Billingsley                      CFR
James H. Billington                      CFR/88
James D. Bindenagel                      CFR
James Henry Binger                       CFR/85
Jonathan Brewster Bingham                CFR/S&B 1936
Nicholas Burns Binkley                   CFR/88
Hans Binnendijk                          CFR/85
Nancy Birdsall                           CFR
Roger E. Birk                            CFR/92
John P. Birkelund                        CFR/88
David E. Birenbaum                       CFR/
Eugene A. Birnbaum                       CFR/85
Sanford D. Bishop, Jr.                   CFR
William B. Bishop                        CFR
Mark C. Bisnow                           CFR/92
Richard E. Bissell                       CFR/92
Richard M. Bissell, Jr.                  CFR/TC/84
Ritt Bjerregaard                         CFR/85
Eric C. Bjornlund                        CFR
Cathleen P. Black                        CFR
Conrad M. Black                          CFR/88
Cyril E. Black                           CFR/92
Edwin F. Black                           CFR
Eugene Robert Black                   BB/CFR
Joseph E. Black                          CFR/85
Leon D. Black                            CFR/92
Peter Black                              CFR
Shirley Temple Black                     CFR/92
Stanley Warren Black                     CFR/TC/92
Leigh J. Blackburn                       CFR
Coit Dennis Blacker                      CFR/92
William Blackie                          CFR
Donald L. M. Blackmer                    CFR/92
J. Kenneth Blackwell                     CFR
James A Blackwell Jr.                    CFR/88
Robert D. Blackwill                      CFR/92
Norman P. Blake                          CFR
Robert O. Blake                          CFR
Charles P. Blahous III                   CFR
Floyd G. Blair                           CFR
Sally Onesti Blair                       CFR/88
Herbert A. Blaize                        CFR/92
Robert Orris Blake                       CFR/92
Vaughn Blake                             CFR/90
Wing Sommers Blake                       CFR/92
Jonah Blank                              CFR
Stephen Blank                            CFR/92
Andrew Blauvelt                          CFR
Barry M. Blechman                        CFR/92
Jeffrey L. Bleich                        CFR
Edward Bleier                            CFR/92
Robert Jay Blendon                       CFR/84
James G. Blight                          CFR/92
Alan Stuart Blinder                      CFR
Alan John Blinken                        CFR
Antony J. Blinken                        CFR/92
Donald M. Blinken                        CFR
C. I. Bliss                              CFR
Katherine E. Bliss                    AC/CFR
Richard M. Bliss                         CFR/85
Bruce Bliven                             CFR/21
Henry Simon Bloch                        CFR/88
Julia Chang Bloch                        CFR/92
Alyse Nelson Bloom                       CFR
David A. Bloom                           CFR
Evan Todd Bloom                          CFR/92
Mia M. Bloom                             CFR
Michael R. Bloomberg                     CFR
Lincoln P. Bloomfield                    CFR/92
Richard Joseph Bloomfield                CFR/92
Kathy Finn Bloomgarden                   CFR
Roger M. Blough                          CFR
Roy Blough                               CFR
John A. Blum                             CFR/84
Richard C. Blum                          CFR
George Blumenthal                        CFR/21
Richard Blumenthal                       CFR
Sidney S. Blumenthal                     CFR/88
Werner Michael Blumenthal                CFR/TC/J/84
Alexander Bernet Blumrosen               CFR
Christopher Bluth                        CFR/TC/92
Vilalonga Claudio Boada                  CFR/92
Arthur G. Boardman, Jr.                  CFR
Harry Boardman                           CFR/92
Daniel E. Bob                            CFR
Philip Chase Bobbitt                     CFR/85
Louis Boccardi                           CFR/92
Daniel M. Bodansky                       CFR
Ken A. Bode                              CFR
Andy Sorin Bodea                         CFR
Paul H. Boeker                           CFR/85
William C. Bodie                         CFR
Nancy Bodurtha                           CFR
Paul H. Boeker                           CFR
Pieter James Alexander Boelhouwer        CFR
Harold Boeschenstein                     CFR
William W. Boeschenstein                 CFR/85
Carroll R. Bogert                        CFR
Norbert A. Bogdan                        CFR/92
Michael D. Boggs                         CFR/92
Frederick M. Bohen                       CFR/92
Avis T. Bohlen                           CFR/92
Charles E. Bohlen                        CFR
Mrs. Avis T. Bohlen                      CFR
John Augustus Bohn                       CFR/TC/92
Marcel Boiteux                           CFR/92
Landrum R. Bolling                       CFR/92
Lee C. Bollinger                         CFR
Martin J. Bollinger                      CFR
Charles G. Bolte                         CFR
Joshua B. Bolten                         CFR/87
John R. Bolton                           CFR
David Bonbright                          CFR/92
William P. Bonbright                     CFR/21
George Clement Bond                      CFR
Jean Carey Bond                          CFR
Robert D. Bond                           CFR/88
Amy L. Bondurant                         CFR
C. H. Bonesteel III                      CFR
Andrea Bonime-Blanc                      CFR/TC/87
Margherita Boniver                       CFR/92
Rober C. Bonner                          CFR
Dennis J. Bonney                         CFR/92
Dudley B. Bonsal                         CFR/92
Philip W. Bonsal                         CFR/92
Cory A. Booker                           CFR
Salih Booker                             CFR/92
John F. Bookout                          CFR/92
Theodore S. Boone                        CFR/92
Howard L. Boorman                        CFR/84
Max Boot                                 CFR
Carter Booth                             CFR
Albert C. Boothby                        CFR
Arnaud De Borchgrave                     CFR
David Lyle Boren (D-Ok)                  CFR/S&B/88
Christopher J. Borgen                    CFR
Luciana L. Borio                         CFR
Ellen Bork                               CFR
Gary B. Born                             CFR/85
Hugh Borton                              CFR/92
Rudy Boschwitz (R-Mn)                    CFR/87
David Lyndon Bosco                       CFR
Meena Bose                               CFR
John Boshe                               CFR/90
Michael J. Boskin                        CFR/TC/92
John Bosley                              CFR/88
Philip A. Bossert Jr.                    CFR
Alfred C. Bossom                         CFR/21
Stephen W. Bosworth                      CFR/88
Luis J. Botifoll                         CFR/92
John C. Botts                            CFR/TC/92
Peter N. Bouckaert                       CFR
Gerald K. Bouey                          CFR/92
Jo Ivey Boufford                         CFR
Antonina W. Bouis                        CFR/88
Kay Boulware-Miller                      CFR
Marshall M. Bouton                       CFR/92
Denis A. Bovin                           CFR/92
Vincent E. Bowen III                     CFR
William Gordon Bowen                     CFR/92
Joseph Lyon Bower                        CFR/92
Whitney A. Bower                         CFR
John C. Bowers                           CFR
John Z. Bowers                           CFR
Robert Richardson Bowie               BB/CFR/TC/92
David William Bowker                     CFR
Chester ("Chet") Bliss Bowles         AC/CFR
Erskine B. Bowles                        CFR
Frank Bowles                             CFR
Mike R. Bowlin                           CFR/92
Frank Lee Bowman                         CFR
Isaiah Bowman                            CFR/21
Bradley L. Bowman                        CFR/92
Richard C. Bowman                        CFR
Charles G. Boyd                          CFR/85
Hugh N. Boyd                             CFR
William M. Boyd II                       CFR/92
Ernest L. Boyer                          CFR/92
Spencer Phipps Boyer                     CFR
Delia M. Boylan                          CFR
Paul Bracken                             CFR/88
Richard S. Braddock                      CFR/TC/88
John Brademas                         BB/CFR/RS/TC/92
Spruille Braden                          CFR
Thomas W. Braden                         CFR
Richard Bradfield                        CFR
Amory Howe Bradford                      CFR/S&B 1934
Zeb B. Bradford                          CFR/92
David G. Bradley                         CFR
Edward R. Bradley                        CFR/92
Tom Bradley                              CFR/TC/92
William ("Bill") Bradley                 CFR/RS
William L. Bradley                       CFR/85
Sonnefeldt Bradshaw                      CFR
Thorton F. Bradshaw                      CFR/TC/92
Jacqueline V. Brady                      CFR
Linda Parrish Brady                      CFR/88
Nicholas Frederick Brady              BB/CFR/TC/84
William Gage Brady, Jr.                  CFR
Rose Brady                               CFR
Jorge De Macedo Braga                    CFR/92
Lawrence J. Brainard                     CFR/92
S. Lael Brainard                         CFR/88
Paul J. Braisted                         CFR/92
David A. Bramlett                        CFR
Jeff G. Bramlett                         CFR
W. F. Bramstedt                          CFR
Elizabeth R. Bramwell                    CFR
Daniel H. Branch                         CFR
Laurie A. Brand                          CFR/85
Carter J. Brandon                        CFR/84
Richard Brandon                          CFR/92
Lewis M. Branscomb                       CFR/92
Louise Branson                           CFR/84
William H. Branson                       CFR
Marcus W. Brauchli                       CFR
David Braunschvig                        CFR
Deborah A. Brautigam                     CFR/85
Kimberly G. Braswell                     CFR
Carter M. Braxton                        CFR
Charles W. Bray III                      CFR/92
Aurelia E. Brazeal                       CFR
Henry C. Breck                           CFR
Henry Reynolds Breck                     CFR/92
Henry Eltinge Breed                      CFR
Eric M. Breindel                         CFR/92
L. Paul Bremer III                       CFR/88
Ian A. Bremmer                           CFR
Donald G. Brennan                        CFR
Jeremy Brenner                           CFR/90
Charles H. Brent                         CFR/21
George W. Breslauer                      CFR/84
Pereira Luiz Carlos Bresser              CFR/85
John J. Bresnan                          CFR
Albert Breton                            CFR/21
Gretchen Wilson Brevnov                  CFR
John D. Brewer                           CFR
Kingman Brewster, Jr.                 BB/CFR/92
Chloe A. Breyer                          CFR
Steve G. Breyer                          CFR/92
Norman Bridge                            CFR/21
Sudaa Ayo Bridgett                       CFR
Peter L. Briger, Jr.                     CFR
Reuben E. Brigety II                     CFR
Everett Ellis Briggs                     CFR
Andrew Felton Brimmer                    CFR/92
Esther Diane Brimmer                     CFR/92
Charles M. Brinckerhoff                  CFR
David Brinkley                           CFR/92
Douglas G. Brinkley                      CFR/84
George A. Brinkley                       CFR
Crane Brinton                            CFR
William M. Bristol                       CFR
Bristol Myers Company                    CFR/85
David V.B. Britt                         CFR
Glenn A. Gritt                           CFR
Alfred Brittain III                      CFR/92
Raymond L. Brittenham                    CFR/88
Dennis a. Britton                        CFR/92
Robin Broad                              CFR/92
Harry G. Broadman                        CFR
Mitchell Brock                           CFR/92
Steven V. Brock                          CFR
William E. Brock III                     CFR/TC/92
Laura M. Brod                            CFR
Frederick C. Broda                       CFR/88
William J. Brodsky                       CFR
Christopher W. Brody                     CFR
Kenneth D. Brody                         CFR
Elana Broitman                           CFR
Thomas John ("Tom") Brokaw               CFR/92
Randolph W. Bromery                      CFR/84
Adam Bromke                              CFR/92
D. Allen Bromley                         CFR/88
Edgar Miles Bronfman                     CFR/85
Detlev Wulf Bronk                     AC/CFR
Ethan S. Bronner                         CFR
Rachel Bronson                           CFR
Arthur Bronwell                          CFR/84
Edward W. Brooke                      BB/CFR/88
James B. Brooke                          CFR/85
Richard Brookhiser                       CFR/92
Carol L. Brookins                     AC/CFR/92
Harvey Brooks                            CFR/85
John W. Brooks                           CFR
Karen B. Brooks                          CFR/84
Risa A. Brooks                           CFR
Sidney Brooks                            CFR/85
Stephen G. Brooks                        CFR
Melvin Brorby                            CFR/85
John A. Bross                            CFR/92
Charles N. Brower                        CFR/92
Alice L. Brown                           CFR
Bartram S. Brown                         CFR
Brian A. Brown                           CFR
Carroll Michael Brown                    CFR/92
Courtney C. Brown                        CFR
Cynthia Brown                            CFR
Dallas C. Brown III                      CFR/88
David D Brown IV                         CFR/92
Elmer E. Brown                           CFR/21
Francis Brown                            CFR
Frederic J. Brown                        CFR/92
Gwendolyn A. Brown                       CFR/TC/88
Harold Brown                          AC/CFR/TC/J/85
Harrison Scott Brown                     CFR/85
Irving Brown                          BB/CFR/92
John Mason Brown                         CFR
Katherine A. Brown                       CFR
Kathleen Brown                           CFR
L. Carl Brown                            CFR/92
L. Dean Brown                            CFR/88
Lester R. Brown                          CFR/92
Michael Arrington Brown                  CFR
Michael E. Brown                         CFR
Philip Marshall Brown                    CFR/21
Phoebe W. Brown                          CFR
Richard P. Brown Jr.                     CFR/92
Sevellon Brown                           CFR
Seyom Brown                              CFR/92
Tobias Josef Brown                       CFR
Walter Lyman Brown                       CFR/84
William O. Brown                         CFR
Robert S. Browne                         CFR/92
George A. Brownell                       CFR
Lincoln C. Brownell                      CFR
David S. Browning                        CFR
David K. E. Bruce                     BB/CFR
James Bruce                              CFR
Judith Bruce                             CFR/88
Lawrence E Bruce, Jr.                    CFR/92
Melissa L. S. Bruemmer                   CFR/92
Russell J. Bruemmer                      CFR/92
Leslie A. Brun                           CFR
Percival F. Brundage                  AC/CFR
Gro Harlem Bruntland                     CFR
Henry J. Bruton                          CFR
Greyson L. Bryan                         CFR
Michael E. Bryant                        CFR
Ralph C. Bryant                          CFR/92
John E. Bryson                           CFR/TC/88
Lyman Bryson                          AC/CFR
Ian J. Brzezinski                        CFR
Mark F. Brzezinski                       CFR
Zbigniew Brzezinski                   BB/CFR/TC/92
Roberto Buaron                           CFR
Paul W. Bucha                            CFR
Robert W. Buchheim                       CFR/88
Mark E. Buchman                          CFR/88
Elaine Buckberg                          CFR
William Frank Buckley, Jr.            BB/CFR/S&B/50
J. Fred Bucy                             CFR/92
Bruce Bueno de Mesquita                  CFR
Thomas Buergenthal                       CFR/92
William B. Buffum                        CFR
Arthur Bullard                           CFR/21
George Bugliarello                       CFR/92
Edward P. Bullard                        CFR/85
Harry A. Bullis                          CFR
John C. Bullitt                          CFR/92
Hugh Bullock                             CFR/92
Mary Brown Bullock                       CFR/88
Stuart Maryman Bumpas                    CFR/88
Ralph Johnson Bunche                     CFR
McGeorge Bundy                        BB/CFR/S&B/40
William Putman Bundy                  BB/CFR/39
Arthur H. Bunker                      AC/CFR
Ellsworth Bunker                      AC/CFR/84
C. Sterling Bunnell                      CFR
John R. Bunting, Jr.                     CFR/84
Josiah Bunting                           CFR
Jeffrey H. Bunzel                        CFR
Deborah K. Burand                        CFR
David A. Burchinal                       CFR
William A. Burck                         CFR
William Burden                           CFR/85
William Armestead Moale Burden        AC/CFR/45
Carter L. Burgess                        CFR/92
Geoffrey P. Burgess                      CFR
John A. Burgess                          CFR/TC/88
W. Randolph Burgess                AC/BB/CFR/TC
James Eugene Burke III                   CFR/S&B/TC/75
Holly J. Burkhalter                      CFR/92
Frederick Burkhardt                      CFR
Anne Marie Burley                        CFR/92
Edward L. Burlingame                     CFR/85
Christopher J. Burn                      CFR
John G. Burnett                          CFR
Christopher Burnham                      CFR
James H. Burnley IV                      CFR
Arthur F. Burns                       AC/CFR/J/84
Haywood Burns                            CFR/92
James MacGregor Burns                    CFR
Patrick Owen Burns                       CFR/92
R. Nicholas Burns                        CFR
William F. Burns (Gen.)                  CFR/88
William J. Burns (State Dept.)           CFR/88
Mathew Burrows                           CFR
Burrylu Inc.                             CFR/88
Richard Burt                             CFR/92
Daniel Farrell Burton Jr.                CFR/85
Rodgers Christopher Busbee               CFR
Joshua W. Busby                          CFR/84
Donald F. Bush                           CFR
George Herbert Walker Bush            AC/CFR/S&B/TC/48
Jonathan S. Bush                         CFR
Mary K. Bush                             CFR
Richard C. Bush III                      CFR
Rolland H. Bushner                       CFR/92
Donald S. Bussey                         CFR
John Bussey                              CFR/92
George L. Bustin                         CFR
James Busuttil                           CFR/92
Goler Teal Butcher                       CFR/85
Willard C. Butcher                       CFR/92
George Lee Butler (Gen.)                 CFR/92
Paul W. Butler                           CFR
Samuel C. Butler                         CFR/92
William Joseph Butler                    CFR/92
William F. Butler                        CFR
Lisa M. Buttenheim                       CFR/85
Benjamin J. Buttenwieser                 CFR/J/92
W. Walton Butterworth                    CFR
William Butterworth                      CFR/21
Ralph Buultjens                          CFR
Richard M. Buxbaum                       CFR
Gail Buyske                              CFR
Kahlil J. Byrd                           CFR
James MacGregor Byrne                    CFR/21
Patrick M. Byrne                         CFR/92
Robert F. Byrnes                         CFR
Henry A. Byroade                         CFR
Fletcher L. Byrom                        CFR/92             
Richard A. Cabell                        CFR
Elizabeth Cabot                          CFR
Henry B. Cabot                        AC/CFR
John M. Cabot                            CFR
Louis Wellington Cabot                BB/CFR/92
Thomas Dudley Cabot                      CFR/92
Jose A. Cabranes                         CFR/92
Diane Alleva Caceres                     CFR
Camille M. Caesar                        CFR
Jane Cahill                              CFR
Kevin M. Cahill                          CFR/92
Anne Hessing Cahn                        CFR/92
Frank V. Cahouet                         CFR/92
Charles Cain, Jr.                        CFR
Kenneth L. Cain                          CFR
Dawn T. Calabia                          CFR/90
F. Christopher Calabia                   CFR
Massimo Calabresi                        CFR
Carlos M. Calcopietro                    CFR/85
Alexander Calder,Jr.                     CFR/92
Kent Eyring Calder                       CFR/92
Louis E. Caldera                         CFR
Dan Caldwell                             CFR/92
Philip Caldwell                          CFR/87
Robert G. Caldwell                       CFR
Robert J. Caldwell                       CFR/21
Adolfo Calero                            CFR/92
Alexander D. Calhoun                     CFR
Craig J. Calhoun                         CFR
Michael J. Calhoun                       CFR/92
Joseph A. Califano Jr.                   CFR/92
Daniel Calingaert                        CFR/92
Hugh Calkins                             CFR
Samuel L. Calkins                        CFR
Thomas M. Callaghy                       CFR
David L. Callahan                        CFR
Robert J. Callander                      CFR/TC/84
Pierre Callebaut                         CFR/92
Michael A. Callen                        CFR/88
David Patrick Calleo                     CFR/TC/84
D. Wayne Calloway                        CFR/92
Kevin Callwood                           CFR/88
Salvatore F. Cambria                     CFR
Michel Camdessus                         CFR/92
Damielle D. Camner                       CFR
Hugh D. Camp                             CFR
Roderic Ai Camp                          CFR
Carolyn Margaret Campbell                CFR/88
Colin Goetze Campbell                    CFR
David Authur Campbell                    CFR
F. Gregory Campbell                      CFR
H. Donald Campbell                       CFR
John C. Campbell                         CFR/88
Kurt M. Campbell                         CFR/92
Thomas J. Campbell                       CFR/84
W. Glenn Campbell                        CFR
William Campbell                         CFR
Maria De Souza Campello                  CFR/88
Miriam Camps                             CFR/92
Casrlos M. Canal, Jr.                    CFR/92
Christopher Canavan                      CFR/90
Gregory H. Canavan                       CFR/88
Steven Canby                             CFR/85
Cass Canfield                         AC/CFR
Franklin O. Canfield                     CFR/92
Margaret Cannella                        CFR
James M. Cannon                          CFR/92
Jonathan Capehart                        CFR
William Gaston Caperton III              CFR
Juan C. Cappello                         CFR/TC/92
David A. Caputo                          CFR
Lisa M. Caputo                           CFR
Umberto Capuzzo                          CFR/92
Paul W. Caraway                          CFR
Nestor T. Carbonell                      CFR/92
Andrew G. Carey                          CFR
Hugh L. Carey                            CFR/92
John L. Carey                            CFR/92
Sarah C. Carey                        AC/CFR/92
William Daniel Carey                     CFR/92
William F. Carey                         CFR/21
Joseph A. Cari, Jr.                      CFR
Maria L. Carl                            CFR
Manuel Luis Carlos                       CFR/92
Robert J. Carlson                        CFR/92
Scott Alexander Carlson                  CFR
Steven E. Carlson                        CFR/88
Ingvar Carlsson                          CFR/TC/88
Frank Charles Carlucci III            AC/CFR/TC/92
David A. Carmel                          CFR
William D. Carmichael                    CFR/84
Carnegie Corp.                           CFR/92
Albert Carnesale                         CFR/88
David D. Caron                           CFR/88
Christa B. Carone                        CFR
Thomas Carothers                         CFR/92
Paolo G. Carozza                         CFR
Michael Andrew Carpendale                CFR/92
W. Samuel Carpenter III                  CFR
Ted Galen Carpenter                      CFR
John W. Carr                             CFR
Marion M. Dawson Carr                    CFR
Lord Peter Rupert Carrington             CFR/92
Walter C. Carrington                     CFR/84
Richard L. Carrion-Rexach                CFR
J. Speed Carroll                         CFR/85
Katherine Mooney Carroll                 CFR
Mitchell B. Carroll                      CFR/88
Reba Anne Carruth                        CFR/92
Charles William Carson, Jr.              CFR/92
Edward M. Carson                         CFR/92
Johnnie Carson                           CFR
Ralph M. Carson                          CFR
Robert Carswell                          CFR/92
Ashton B. Carter                         CFR/92
Barry Edward Carter                      CFR/92
Edward William Carter                    CFR/92
George E. Carter                         CFR/88
Hodding Carter III                       CFR/92
James Earl Carter, Jr. (Pres.)           CFR/TC/92
James H. Carter                          CFR
Mark Andrew Carter                       CFR
Marshall Nichols Carter                  CFR/85
Robert L. Carter                         CFR/84
Theodore N. Carter                       CFR/TC/84
William D. Carter                        CFR
Urquijo Jaime Carvajal                   CFR/85
Frank T. Cary                            CFR/TC/84
John B. Cary                             CFR
William L. Cary                          CFR
Clifford Philip Case                  BB/CFR
Everett N. Case                          CFR
James H. Case,Jr.                        CFR
John C. Case                             CFR
Robert A. Case                           CFR/85
William David Casebeer                   CFR
William Joseph Casey                     CFR/92
Gerhard Casper                           CFR/87
Douglass W. Cassel, Jr.                  CFR
Eileen E. Cassidy                        CFR
David Castelblanco                       CFR
Jorge Castenada                          CFR/85
Leonel J. Castillo                       CFR/85
Walter S. Catlow                         CFR
Douglass Cater                           CFR/85
John M. Cates, Jr.                       CFR/92
Elliot R. Cattarulla                     CFR/92
Jean Cattier                             CFR
Henry E. Catto Jr.                    AC/CFR/92
Frank J. Caufield                        CFR
Matthew P. Caulfield                     CFR/92
Richard Edward Cavanagh                  CFR
Carey Cavanaugh                          CFR
Ray Charles Cave                         CFR/87
Arthur Karl Cebrowski                    CFR
Gina Celcis-Concepcion                   CFR/92
Richard ("Dick") F. Celeste              CFR/RS/TC/92
Fausto Cereti                            CFR/88
Paul G. Cerjan                           CFR/TC/92
Jose Luis Ceron                          CFR/88
Victor D. Cha                            CFR
James C. Chace                        BB/CFR/TC/92
Tania Marie Chacho                       CFR
Thomas L. Chadbourne                     CFR/21
William M. Chadbourne                    CFR/21
Maya Chadda                              CFR
John H. Chafee (R-Ri)                    CFR/TC/85
Maya Chadda                              CFR
Sol Chick Chaikin                        CFR/92
John T. Chain, Jr.                       CFR/84
Lynda Chalker                            CFR/92
Herschelle S. Challenor                  CFR
Joseph P. Chamberlain                    CFR/21
Anne Cox Chambers                        CFR/92
Liza B. Chambers                         CFR
Joseph Chamie                            CFR
Walid Georges Chamoun                    CFR
George Champion                          CFR
Gerald L. Chan                           CFR
Ronnie C. Chan                           CFR
Tung Chan                                CFR
John Chancellor                          CFR/90
Colby H. Chandler                        CFR/92
Rajiv A. Chandrasekaran                  CFR
David C. Chang                           CFR
Gareth C. C. Chang                    AC/CFR
Joyce Chang-Robbins                      CFR
Juju Chang                               CFR
Clifford Chanin                          CFR
Jonathan A. Chanis                       CFR/92
Amy L. Chao                              CFR
Angela A. Chao                           CFR
Elaine L. Chao                           CFR/85
Victor Tzu-Ping Chao                     CFR
John F. Chapman                          CFR/92
Margaret Holt Chapman                    CFR/88
Cory Charles                             CFR
Robert Bruce Charles                     CFR/92
Jonathan Isa Charney                     CFR
Steve Charnovitz                         CFR
Robert Alan Charpie                      CFR/92
Robert Chartener                         CFR
Anthony R. Chase                         CFR
W. Howard Chase                          CFR
Dana Chasin                              CFR/92
Purnendu Chatterjee                      CFR
Kiren Aziz Chaudhry                      CFR/92
Robert J. Chaves                         CFR
Linda Chavez (Reagan Aide)               CFR
Ricardo Chavira                          CFR
Abram J. Chayes                          CFR/92
Antonia Handler Chayes                   CFR/92
Terrence J. Checki                       CFR
Daniel S. Cheever                        CFR/92
John S. Chen                             CFR
Kimball C. Chen                          CFR/92
Philip D. Chen                           CFR
Kenneth I. Chenault                      CFR/92
Elizabeth L. Cheney                      CFR/92
Richard B. Cheney                        CFR/92
Stephen A. Cheney                        CFR
Ward Cheney                              CFR
Purnendu Chatterjee                      CFR
Terence J. Checki                        CFR
Daniel S. Cheever                        CFR
Richard B. Cheney                        CFR/TC
Stephen A. Cheney                        CFR
Kyra Cheremeteff                         CFR/92
Saj Cherian                              CFR
Leo Cherne                               CFR/84
Ben M. Cherrington                       CFR
Pedro P. Cherry                          CFR
Ellen Chesler                            CFR
Sheila C. Cheston                        CFR
Jean Pierre Chevenement                  CFR/92
A. Lawrence Chickering                   CFR/84
G. Chiepe                                CFR/88
Frank Chikane                            CFR/85
Richard T. Childress                     CFR
Marquis Childs                           CFR/TC/84
Thomas W. Childs                         CFR
Yositoki Chino                           CFR/85
Susan D. Chira                           CFR/84
Joaquim Alberto Chissano                 CFR/88
George Hastings Chittenden               CFR/S&B/39
Audrey Choi                              CFR
Kwang Soo Choi                           CFR/92
Stephen J. Choi                          CFR
Peter Charles Choharis                   CFR
Derek H. Chollet                         CFR
Paula H. J. Cholmondeley                 CFR/92
Theodora Bohachevsky Chomiak             CFR
Marjorie Ann Chorlins                    CFR
Nazli Choucri                            CFR/88
Jack C. Chow                             CFR
Aime R. Christensen                      CFR
Guillermo Santiago Christensen           CFR
John F. Christiansen                     CFR
Patricia Hewitt Christensen              CFR
Thomas J. Christensen                    CFR
Michael J. Christenson                   CFR
Geryld Bradley Christianson              CFR/92
Lansdell K. Christie                     CFR
Ronald Irvin Christie                    CFR
Daniel William Christman                 CFR/92
Walter L. Christman                      CFR/92
Robert Christopher                       CFR/88
Warren Christopher                    AC/CFR/92
Hendon Chubb II                          CFR/84
Percy Chubb II                           CFR/84
Shahram Chubin                           CFR/88
Doo Hwan Chun                            CFR/92
Christine K. Chung                       CFR
Edgar M. Church                          CFR
Frank Church                             CFR
Buntzie Ellis Churchill                  CFR/92
James W. Cicconi                         CFR/92
Frank Cilluffo                           CFR
Jeffrey L. Cimbalo                       CFR
Joseph Cirincione                        CFR
Walker L. Cisler                      AC/CFR/92
Henry G. Cisneros                        CFR/TC/92
Marc A. Cisneros                         CFR
Gordon R. Clapp                          CFR
Priscilla A. Clapp                       CFR/88
Richard H. Clarida                       CFR
Lynda M. Clarizio                        CFR/85
Dick Clark (D-Ia)                        CFR/88
Edwin N. Clark                           CFR
Howard Longstreth Clark                  CFR/88
James F. Clark                           CFR
J. H. Cullum Clark                       CFR
Kenneth Bancroft Clark                   CFR/92
Mark Edmond Clark                        CFR
Noreen M. Clark                          CFR/92
Ralph L. Clark                           CFR/92
Stephen Clark                            CFR/92
Susan Lesley Clark                       CFR/92
Wesley Kanne Clark                       CFR/92
William Clark, Jr.                       CFR
Branson Clarke                           CFR/92
Donald C. Clarke                         CFR
Jack G. Clarke, Sr.                      CFR/84
Lewis L. Clarke                          CFR/21
Teresa Hillary Clarke                    CFR
Susan J. Clark-Johnson                   CFR
Lawrence William Clarkson                CFR
Lucius D. Clay                           CFR
William L. Clayton                    AC/CFR
Clayton M. Clemens                       CFR/90
Peter A. Clement                         CFR/92
Lynette Clemetson                        CFR
John L. Clendenin                        CFR/92
Harlan B. Cleveland                AC/BB/CFR/RS/88
Harold Van B. Cleveland               BB/CFR/92
Peter Matthews Cleveland                 CFR
Clark McAdams Clifford                   CFR/92
Donald K. Clifford Jr.                   CFR/84
Mark Lambert Clifford                    CFR
Everett R. Clinchy                       CFR
Ray Steiner Cline                        CFR/92
William R. Cline                         CFR/TC/92
William F. Clinger Jr. (R-Pa)            CFR
William Jefferson Clinton (Pres.)     BB/CFR/RS/TC
Patricia M. Cloherty                     CFR/92
Edward T. Cloonan                        CFR
Stanley Wills Cloud                      CFR/88
Ernest T. Clough                         CFR
Michael Clough                           CFR/92
Richard M. Clurman                       CFR/92
John H. Coatsworth                       CFR
Charles E. Cobb Jr.                      CFR
Paul Whitlock Cobb                       CFR/88
Sue McCourt Cobb                         CFR
Tyrus W. Cobb                            CFR
Barbara S. Cochran                       CFR
Molly M. Cochran                         CFR
Lord Cockfield                           CFR/88
Karen Coe                                CFR/92
C. Shelby Coffey                         CFR/92
Joseph Irving Coffey                     CFR/92
Charles Albert Coffin                    CFR/21
Edmund Coffin                            CFR
Vance Coffman                            CFR
Charles G. Cogan                         CFR
Jacob Katz Cogan                         CFR
John P. Cogbill                          CFR
Abby Joseph Cohen                        CFR
Ariel Cohen                              CFR
Barbara Cohen                            CFR/92
Benjamin J. Cohen                        CFR/85
Benjamin V. Cohen                        CFR
Betsy H. Cohen                           CFR
Eliot A. Cohen                           CFR/92
Herman Jay Cohen                         CFR/92
Jerome Alan Cohen                        CFR/85
Jerome B. Cohen                          CFR/92
Joel E. Cohen                            CFR/92
Marshall A. Cohen                        CFR/92
Patricia Cohen                           CFR/92
Paul H. Cohen                            CFR
Richard M. Cohen                         CFR
Roberta Jane Cohen                       CFR/92
Stephen Bruce Cohen                      CFR/92
Stephen Frand Cohen                      CFR/88
Stephen S. Cohen                         CFR/TC/92
Warren I. Cohen                          CFR
William S. "Bill" Cohen  (R-ME)          CFR/TC/84
Evelyn Speyer Colbert                    CFR/92
Elizabeth L. Colagiuri                   CFR
Jonathan E. Colby                        CFR/88
William Egan Colby                       CFR/92
Charles W. Cole                          CFR
Johnnetta B. Cole                        CFR/92
Jonathan E. Colby                        CFR
Samuel A. Cole                           CFR
Thomas Winston Jr. Cole                  CFR
Isobel Coleman                           CFR/TC/88
Lewis W. Coleman                         CFR
William T. Coleman Jr.                   CFR
William Thaddeus Coleman, Jr.            CFR/TC
Isobel Coles                             CFR
James S. Coles                           CFR/92
Julius E. Coles                          CFR
Alberto R. Coll                          CFR
Emilio G. Collado                  AC/BB/CFR/92
F. R. Collbohm                           CFR
David E. Collier                         CFR/85
L. V. Collings                           CFR
Charles C. Collingwood                   CFR/RS/92
Charles P. Collingwood                   CFR
Manetta Tree Collingwood                 CFR
Jay Collins                              CFR
Joseph J. Collins                        CFR/92
Mark M. Collins, Jr.                     CFR
Paula J. Collins                         CFR/88
Timothy C. Collins                       CFR
Wayne Dale Collins                       CFR/TC/87
Umberto Colombo                          CFR/88
Timothy J. Colton                        CFR/92
Kent G. Colwell                          CFR
Richard E. Combs Jr.                     CFR/92
Philip E. Comstock Jr.                   CFR/84
Barber B. Conable, Jr.                   CFR/85
James B. Conant                          CFR
Melvin Conant                            CFR/84
Erin C. Conaton                          CFR
Nancy Condee                             CFR/88
Philip M. Condit                         CFR
Joseph F. Condon                         CFR/92
Sydney M. Cone III                       CFR/85
Dalton Conley                            CFR
Richard P. Conlon                        CFR/92
James L. Connaughton                     CFR
Matthew James Connelly                   CFR
Leila Anne Conners Petersen              CFR
Gerald E. Connolly                       CFR/92
John T. Connor                           CFR/92
John Thomas Connor, Jr.                  CFR/87
Joseph E. Connor                         CFR/TC/84
Bryan Conrad                             CFR
Richard Conroy                           CFR/92
Jill M. Considine                        CFR/92
John J. Considine                        CFR
Pamela Constable                         CFR/92
Jill Conway                              CFR/84
Patrick J. Conways                       CFR/92
Donald C. Cook                        BB/CFR/87
Frances D. Cook                          CFR/92
Gary M. Cook                             CFR/92
Gretchen R. Cook                         CFR
Gretchen Rachelle Cook-Anderson          CFR
Goodwin Cooke                            CFR/92
Howard A. Cook                           CFR/92
John F. Cooke                            CFR/85
Frank Coolbaugh                          CFR
Alexander Anthony Cooley                 CFR
Archibald Cary Coolidge                  CFR/21
Richard Pierce Cooley                    CFR/92
Jefferson T. Coolidge, Jr.               CFR.84
Nicholas J. Coolidge                     CFR/92
George William Coombe Jr.                CFR/92
Charles A. Coombs                        CFR
Philip H. Coombs                         CFR/92
Jane Abell Coon                          CFR/92
Kiersten Todt Coon                       CFR
Joan Ganz Cooney                         CFR/92
Arthur Gardiner Coons                 AC/CFR
Charles A. Cooper                        CFR/92
Chester L. Cooper                        CFR/92
Franklin S. Cooper                       CFR
James H. S. Cooper                       CFR
John Milton Cooper                       CFR/92
John Sherman Cooper                      CFR/S&B/23
Kathleen B. Cooper                       CFR
Kerry Cooper                             CFR/92
Laura K. Cooper                          CFR
Rebecca J. Cooper                        CFR
Richard Newell Cooper                 BB/CFR/TC/84
Scott A. Cooper                          CFR
Lammont du Pont Copeland              BB/CFR
Kathleen A. Corbet                       CFR
Carole A. Corcoran                       CFR
Anthony H. Cordesman                     CFR
Andrew Wellington Cordier             BB/CFR
Diego Cordovez                           CFR/92
Wayne A. Cornelius Jr.                   CFR/90
Henry Cornell                            CFR/90
Baltasar Corrada                         CFR/92
E. Gerald Corrigan                    BB/CFR/TC/88
Kevin Corrigan                           CFR/TC/84
Dale R. Corson                           CFR
G. A. Costanzo                        AC/CFR
Philippe Coste                           CFR/92
William A. Costello                      CFR
Christopher Cortez                       CFR
Suzanne Cott                             CFR/TC/84
Alain Cotta                              CFR/92
William R. Cotter                        CFR/84
Charles E. Cotting                       CFR
Joseph P. Cotton                         CFR/21
Frederic R. Coudert                      CFR/21
Moira Coughlin                           CFR/92
Tom B. Coughran                          CFR
Katherine A. "Katie" Couric              CFR
William H. Courtney                      CFR/85
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Norman Cousins                           CFR
Jock Covey                               CFR/92
Sally Grooms Cowal                       CFR/92
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L. Gray Cowan                            CFR/92
Louis Gray Cowan                         CFR/85
Peter F. Cowhey                          CFR
Gardner Cowles                     AC/BB/CFR/92
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John Cowles, Jr.                         CFR
Charles R. Cox                        AC/CFR
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Howard E. Cox Jr.                        CFR
Pamela M. J. Cox                         CFR/92
Robert G. Cox                            CFR/92
Robert W. Cox                            CFR
Craig P. Coy                             CFR
Thomas A. Coyne                          CFR/92
Margaret E. Crahan                       CFR/85
Earl D Craig, Jr.                        CFR/85
Russell C. Crandall                      CFR
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Robert D. Crasswellert                   CFR/84
Paul D. Cravath                          CFR/21
Anne Whitehead Crawford                  CFR/92
John F. Crawford                         CFR/85
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Lawrence A. Cremin                       CFR/TC/84
Roger W. Cressey Jr.                     CFR
Robert Crichton-Brown                    CFR/84
Kyle Crichton                            CFR
George Crile III                         CFR/88
Dan L. Crippen                           CFR
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Ann Crittenden                           CFR/92
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Audrey Kurth Cronin                      CFR/85
William H. Crook                         CFR/92
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James E. Cross                           CFR
June V. Cross                            CFR/92
Mary S. Cross                            CFR
Sam Y. Cross                             CFR/92
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Barbara Crossette                        CFR
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Gordon Crovitz                           CFR/92
Michael M. Crow                          CFR
Trammell Crow                            CFR/TC/92
Philip K. Crowe                          CFR
William J. Crowe, Jr.                    CFR/TC/85
Monica Elizabeth                         CFR
Lester Crown                             CFR
Daniel Lester Cruise                     CFR
James R. Crumley                         CFR/88
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Kenneth Neil Cukier                      CFR
Lee Cullum                               CFR/92
John C. Culver (D-Ia)                    CFR/92
Alfred Cumming                           CFR
Christine M. Cumming                     CFR/92
Alexander B. Cummings, Jr.               CFR
Craig P. Cummings                        CFR
Robert L. Cummings                       CFR/92
Robert L. Cummings, Jr.                  CFR
Frank J. Cummiskey                       CFR/88
Donald Cuneo                             CFR
James B. Cunningham                      CFR
Nelson W. Cunningham                     CFR
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Kerry Kennedy Cuomo                      CFR
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Flavio Curnpiano                         CFR
Jean A. Curran, Jr.                      CFR
Robert Theodore Curran                   CFR/85
Timothy J.Curran                         CFR/92
Kelley E. Currie                         CFR
Malcolm R. Currie                        CFR/TC/92
Charles B. Curtis                        CFR
Edward P. Curtis                         CFR
Gerald L. Curtis                         CFR/88
F. Kingsbury Curtis                      CFR21
Gerald L. Curtis                         CFR/TC
Peter Cusick                             CFR
Maryann K. Cusimano-Love                 CFR
Lloyd N. Cutler                          CFR/92
Walter L. Cutler                         CFR/92
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Ivo H. Daalder                           CFR
Geoffrey D. Dabelko                      CFR
Alfonse M. D' Amato                      CFR
Teresa Gail Dady                         CFR
Michael K. Dahlman                       CFR
Evelyn Pignatari Dahm                    CFR
Ralf Dahrendorf                          CFR/88
Rene d'Harnoncourt                       CFR
Brian D. Dailey                          CFR
Dalai Lama                               CFR/88
William B. Dale                          CFR/92
Brian D. Dailey                          CFR
Omar M. Dajani                           CFR
Michael A. Dal Bello                     CFR
Helle Dale                               CFR
William B. Dale                          CFR/92
William M. Daley                         CFR
Charles H. Dallara                    BB/CFR
George Albert Dalley                     CFR/92
Alexander Dallin                         CFR/92
Dorinda G. Dallmeyer                     CFR/92
Gregory Dalton                           CFR
James E. Dalton                          CFR/88
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Marcia Wachs Dam                         CFR
Lori Fisler Damrosch                     CFR/92
John A. G. Dancy                         CFR
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Rodney Dangerfield                       CFR
Ana R. Daniel                            CFR/92
Donald C. F. Daniel                      CFR
D. Ronald Daniel                         CFR/88
Nomsa Daniels                            CFR
John J. Danilovich                       CFR
Robert M. Danin                          CFR
Arthur V. Danner                         CFR
Mark D. Danner                           CFR/87
Abdulwahab Darawshe                      CFR/85
Charles F. Darlington                    CFR/TC/92
Richard Gordon Darman                    CFR/TC/85
Norris Darrell                           CFR
Michele Samantha Dash                    CFR
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James W. Davant                          CFR/92
John A. Davenport                        CFR/S&B/26
Donald K. David                          CFR
Jack David                               CFR/TC/92
Michel David-Weill                       CFR/92
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Ralph K. Davidson                        CFR/92
Ralph Parsons Davidson                   CFR/TC/84
Fred A. Davies                           CFR
Rodger P. Davies                         CFR
Etienne Davignon                         CFR/92
Allison S. Davis                         CFR/92
Christina L. Davis                       CFR
Dorothy M. Davis                         CFR/92
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Geoffrey Clark Davis                     CFR
Jacquelyn K. Davis                       CFR/92
Jerome Davis                             CFR/92
John A. Davis                            CFR/92
John William Davis                       CFR/21
Kathryn W. Davis                         CFR/TC/88
Kim Gordon Davis                         CFR
Lynn E. Davis                         BB/CFR/TC/88
Maceo N. Davis                           CFR/88
Malcolm W. Davis                         CFR/21
Marion Thomas Davis                      CFR
Marvin H. Davis                          CFR
Nathanael V. Davis                       CFR/92
Norman Hezekiah Davis                    CFR/21
Shelby Cullom Davis                      CFR/92
Stephen B. Davis                         CFR
Vincent Davis                            CFR
William H. Davis                      AC/CFR/84
Daniel P. Davison                        CFR/92
Frederick Trubee Davison                 CFR21/S&B 1918
Kristina Perkin Davison                  CFR
W. Phillips Davison                      CFR/92
Adeed Dawisha                            CFR/88
Karen Lea Dawisha                        CFR/88
Peter M. Dawkins                         CFR/92
Christine L. Dawson                      CFR/88
Horace G. Dawson III                     CFR/92
Horace G. Dawson Jr.                     CFR/90
Marion M. Dawson Carr                    CFR/92
Anthony Day                              CFR/88
Arthur Raymond Day                       CFR/84
Clive Day                                CFR/21/S&B 1892
Robert Addison Day Jr.                   CFR
Drew Saunders Days III                   CFR
Rajesh De                                CFR
Edwin A. Deagle, Jr.                     CFR
Arthur Hobson Dean                    BB/CFR/21-1955
Edgar P. Dean                            CFR
Jonathan Dean                            CFR
Robert William Dean                      CFR
Alice M. Dear                            CFR
Carlo De Benedetti                       CFR/85
Eli Whitney De Bevoise                   CFR/92
Eli Wshitney De Bevoise II               CFR/84
Arnaud De Borchgrave                     CFR/TC/87
F. Amanda De Busk                        CFR
Herve De Carmoy                          CFR/TC/92
Willy De Clercq                          CFR/92
Jose De Cubas                            CFR/92
Barbara Knowles Debs                     CFR
Alfred C. De Crane Jr.                   CFR
Roxanne J. Decyk                         CFR
Fred T. Dedrick                          CFR
Ashley S. Deeks                          CFR
Ralston H. Deffenbaugh, Jr.              CFR
Henry Wheeler De Forest                  CFR/21
Christian de Guigne III                  CFR
Inmaculada de Habsburgo                  CFR/85
Alex O. Dehgan                           CFR
Terry L. Deibel                          CFR
Peter E. De Janosi                       CFR/85
Rodolfo O. De La Garza                   CFR
C.W. de Kiewiet                       AC/CFR
Jose M. de Lasa                          CFR/84
Oscar A. de Lima                         CFR/92
Paul Delouvrier                          CFR/92
Stephen J. Del Rosso                     CFR
George De Menil                          CFR
Joy A. de Menil                          CFR/TC/84
Lois Pattison de Menil                   CFR/84
Frederick L. Deming                      CFR/92
Rust Macpherson Deming                   CFR
Thierry De Montbrial                     CFR/92
Jason K. Dempsey                         CFR
Francis M. Deng                          CFR
Robert E. Denham                         CFR
Robert J. Denison                        CFR/92
Cleveland L. Dennard                     CFR/92
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Charles S. Dennison                      CFR/92
Brewster C. Denny                        CFR/92
David B. H. Denoon                       CFR/92
Hazel Denton                             CFR/92
Susan Dentzer                            CFR
Samuel De Palma                          CFR/TC/84
Ilidio De Pinho                          CFR/TC/92
Phil E. DePoy                            CFR
Raghida Dergham                          CFR/92
Christopher Alan Deri                    CFR
Patricia Murphy Derian                   CFR/92
Francois De Rose                         CFR/85
Kenneth T. Derr                          CFR
James V. Derrick, Jr.                    CFR
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Alphonse De Rosso                        CFR/92
John De Rubeis                           CFR/92
Lynn Forester de Rothschild              CFR
Luscy Edwards Despard                    CFR/90
Jean-Christophe de Swaan                 CFR
Robert P. De Vecchi                      CFR
Imrie De Vegh                            CFR
Henry P. de Vries                        CFR
Rimmer De Vries                          CFR
Karen De Young                           CFR
Edwin A. Deagle Jr.                      CFR
John V. Deaver                           CFR
Barbara Knowles Debs                     CFR
Richard A. Debs                          CFR
F. Amanda DeBusk                         CFR
William C. Decker                        CFR
Alfred C. DeCrane                        CFR
Midge Decter                             CFR
Roxanne J. Decyk                         CFR
Fred T. Dedrick                          CFR
Ralston H. Deffenbaugh Jr.               CFR
Terry L. Deibel                          CFR
Frank Del Olmo                           CFR
Andrew John Delaney                      CFR
Stephen J. Del Rosso                     CFR
Carlos Deltoro                           CFR
Marisa J. Demeo                          CFR
Frederick Lewis Deming                BB/CFR
Rust MacPherson Deming                   CFR
Robert E. Denham                         CFR
Robert J. Denison                        CFR
Alfred L. P. Dennis                      CFR/21
Everette E. Dennis                       CFR
Brewster C. Denny                        CFR
David B. H. Denoon                       CFR
E. Hazel Denton                          CFR
James S. Denton                          CFR
Phil E. DePoy                            CFR
Raghida Dergham                          CFR
Patricia Murphy Derian                   CFR
Kenneth Tindall Derr                     CFR
James V. Derrick Jr.                     CFR
Vivian Lowery Derryck                    CFR
Michael L. Dertouzos                     CFR
Padma Desai                              CFR
Rohit M. Desai                           CFR
Vishakha n. Desai                        CFR
MacArthur DeShazer                       CFR
Patrick J. DeSouza                       CFR
Emile Despres                            CFR
Gina H. Despres                          CFR
John Despres                             CFR/92
I.M. Destler                             CFR/TC/92
Wallace R. Deuel                         CFR
John Mark Deutch                         CFR/92
Michael J. Deutch                        CFR/85
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Robert P. DeVecchi                       CFR
Caroline Maury Devine                    CFR
John J. Devine                           CFR
M. Colette Devine                        CFR
Robert Carol Devine                      CFR/92
Thomas J. Devine                         CFR
Rimmer DeVries                           CFR
Thomas Edmund Dewey                   BB/CFR
J. Frederic Dewhurst                  AC/CFR
Byron Dexter                             CFR
Karen J. DeYoung                         CFR
Rene D'Hamoncourt                        CFR
Michael W. Diamond                       CFR
Carlos F. Alejandro Diaz                 CFR/88
Charley L. Diaz                          CFR
Rita L. DiCasagrande                     CFR
Christopher S. Dickey                    CFR/92
John Sloan Dickey                        CFR
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Norman D. Dicks (D-Wa)                   CFR
R. Russell Dickson, Jr.                  CFR/92
Valerie L. Dickson-Horton                CFR
Joan Didion                              CFR
John Diebold                          BB/CFR/88
William Diebold, Jr.                     CFR/92
Jackson K. Diehl (Washington Post)       CFR
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Shaheen F. Dil                           CFR/92
Robert L. Dilenschneider                 CFR/88
C. Douglas Dillon                     BB/CFR/85
Clarence Dillon                          CFR/21
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J. Richardson Dilworth                   CFR/92
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Rita Di Martino                          CFR/88
James Dimon                              CFR
Thomas Alan Dine                         CFR/85
Robert C. Dinerstein                     CFR
Viet D. Dinh                             CFR
David Norman Dinkins                     CFR
Joseph Di Paola Jr.                      CFR
Paula DiPerna                            CFR
Nicholas Bernard Dirks                   CFR
Linda M. Distlerath                      CFR
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Nadia Diuk                               CFR
George H. Dixon                          CFR/92
Edward P. Djerejian                      CFR/88
Gregory Djerejian                        CFR
Milovan Djilas                           CFR/TC/92
James F. Dobbins                         CFR
Peter C. Dobell                          CFR/85
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Daniel L. Doctoroff                      CFR
Christopher J. Dodd (D-Ct)               CFR/87
Thomas J. Dodd                           CFR
Harold Willis Dodds                      CFR/35
Cleveland E. Dodge                    AC/CFR
William S Dodge                          CFR
Justin W. Doebele                        CFR
David J. Doerge                          CFR
Douglas A. Doetsch                       CFR/92
William C. Doherty, Jr.                  CFR/84
Tayako Doi                               CFR/85
Harold E. Jr. Doley                      CFR
Arnold Dolin                             CFR/92
Charles Dollard                          CFR
Jorge I. Dominguez                       CFR/85
Virginia R. Dominguez                    CFR/92
Donald J. Donahue                        CFR/92
Thomas R. Donahue                        CFR/92
Robert H. Donaldson                      CFR/92
William Henry Donaldson                  CFR/S&B/53
John E. Donatich                         CFR
Stephen C. Donehoo                       CFR
Karen Erika Donfried                     CFR
Thomas E. Donilon                     BB/CFR
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Edward S. Donnell                        CFR
Ellsworth Donnell                        CFR/92
James C. Donnell II                      CFR
April Kanne Donnellan                    CFR
Harold C. Donnelly                       CFR/92
Sally B. Donnelly                        CFR/90
Frederic G. Donner                       CFR
Douglas S. Donohue                       CFR
Joan E. Donoghue                         CFR/85
Laura K. Donohue                         CFR
Thomas J. Donohue, Sr.                   CFR
Hedley Williams Donovan               BB/CFR/RS/TC/88
Charles F.Doran                          CFR/88
Patricia Dorff                           CFR/88
Xenia B. M. Dormandy                     CFR
Comte Michel Dornano                     CFR/92
Rudiger Dornbusch                        CFR
Goldthwaite H. Dorr                      CFR
Russell H. Dorr                          CFR
Norman Dorsen                            CFR
Oscar John Dorwin                        CFR
Amanda Jean Dory                         CFR
Grant R. Doty                            CFR
Paul M. Doty, Jr.                        CFR/85
Frank N. Doubleday                       CFR/21
Russell Doubleday                        CFR/21
William C. Douce                         CFR/92
Diana Lady Dougan                        CFR/92
James P. Dougherty                       CFR
Donald W. Douglas, Jr.                   CFR
Lewis W. Douglas                         CFR/40
Michael Douglas                          CFR/92
Paul W. Douglas                          CFR/84
Percy L. Douglas                         CFR
Loren Douglass                           CFR
Robert R. Douglass                       CFR/92
John Nicholas Dowling                    CFR
Walter Dowling                           CFR
Leonard Downie, Jr.                      CFR/92
James S. Doyle                           CFR/92
Michael William Doyle                    CFR/88
Noreen Doyle                             CFR
Anne G. Drabek                           CFR/85
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William H. Draper, Jr.                   CFR/88
William Drayton, Jr.                     CFR/85
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David T. Dreier                          CFR
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Joel Dreyfuss                            CFR/92
Richard S. Dreyfuss                      CFR
Daniel W. Drezner                        CFR
Jonathan Drimmer                         CFR
Peter Marc Drittel                       CFR/TC/92
Richard Lee Drobnick                     CFR
Jean P Dromer                            CFR/TC/92
Marie Josee Drouin                       CFR/92
William M. Drozdiak                      CFR
Joy E. Drucker                           CFR
Richard A. Drucker                       CFR
Pamela Druckerman                        CFR
Roscoe Drummond                          CFR
J.R. Drumwright                          CFR/84
Barend Du Plessis                        CFR/92
Ann Druyan                               CFR
Ray N. Dryden, Jr.                       CFR
Orvil E. Dryfoos                         CFR
Kenneth M. Duberstein                    CFR/92
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David Dubinsky                           CFR
J. Delafield DuBois                      CFR
Arthur m. Dubow                          CFR/92
Stephen M. DuBrul, Jr.                   CFR/92
Robert Ducas                             CFR
David Adams Duckenfield                  CFR
James J. Duderstadt                      CFR/92
Johnita P. Due                           CFR
Charles A. Duelfer                       CFR
Althea L. Duersten                       CFR/92
Joseph Daniel Duffey                     CFR/92
David A. Duffie                          CFR
Gloria Charmian Duffy                    CFR/92
James H. Duffy                           CFR/90
Gordon F. DuGan                          CFR
Michael J. Dugan (Gen.)                  CFR
Stephen P. Duggan                        CFR/21
Timothy E. Duggan                        CFR/88
Michael S. Dukakis                       CFR/92
Angier Biddle Duke                       CFR/85
Robin Chandler Duke                      CFR
Margaret Dulany                          CFR/88
Peggy Dulany                             CFR/92
Allen Welsh Dulles                    BB/CFR/27
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Charles F. Dunbar                        CFR
Charles William Dunbar, Jr.              CFR/92
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Peter J.S. Duncan                        CFR/92
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Andrew Dunigan                           CFR
Patrick Andrew Dunigan                   CFR
Craig G. Dunkerley                       CFR/92
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Lewis A. Dunn                            CFR/88
Michael M. Dunn                          CFR
Philip A. Dur                            CFR
F. Tillman Durdin                        CFR
G. Robert Durham                         CFR/92
Patrick J. Durkin                        CFR
Frederick Gary Dutton                    CFR/85
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Douglas A. Dworkin                       CFR
James W. Dyer                            CFR
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Elizabeth Factor                         CFR
Mallory Factor                           CFR
Charles B. Fahs                          CFR
Merle Fainsod                            CFR
John King Fairbank                       CFR/RS/92
Charles H. Fairbanks Jr.                 CFR
Douglas Fairbanks                        CFR
Douglas Fairbanks Jr.                    CFR/92
Richard M. Fairbanks III                 CFR/88
David M. Fairman                         CFR
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Pamela S. Falk                           CFR/92
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Robert E. Fallon                         CFR
James Mackenzie Fallows                  CFR/TC/84
Oscar Fanjul                             CFR/92
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Mark B. Feldman                          CFR/92
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John Henry Ferguson                   BB/CFR
Roger W. Ferguson, Jr.                   CFR
Ronald E. Ferguson                       CFR
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Salat Carlos Ferre                       CFR.92
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Russell Hunt Fifield                     CFR/84
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Grant Ellis Finlayson                    CFR
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Murray H. Finley                         CFR/84
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Paul B. Finney                           CFR/92
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James A. Firestone                       CFR/92
Harvey S. Firestone, Jr.                 CFR
Leonard K. Firestone                     CFR/92
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Mark Fisch                               CFR
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Cathleen S. Fisher                       CFR/92
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James Brown Fisk                         CFR
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Harold E. Fitzgibbons                    CFR/92
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Peter T. Flaherty                        CFR/88
L. Gordon Flake                          CFR
Peter L. Flanagan                        CFR/92
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Peter M. Flanigan                        CFR
G. Peter Fleck                           CFR
Alan H. Fleischmann                      CFR
Julius Fleischmann                       CFR
Manly Fleischmann                        CFR
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Gregory J. Fleming                       CFR
Lamar Fleming, Jr.                       CFR
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Michele A. Flournoy                      CFR
George J. Flynn                          CFR
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William H. Foege                         CFR
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James B. Foley                           CFF/TC/88
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George A. Folsom                         CFR
Victor Folsom                            CFR
William J. Foltz                         CFR/92
Richard H. Fontaine, Jr.                 CFR
Carlos E. Fonts                          CFR
Edward T. Foote II                       CFR/92
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Allen B. Forbes                          CFR/21
Kristin J. Forbes                        CFR
Carl W. Ford, Jr.                        CFR
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Guy Stanton Ford                         CFR
Nevil Ford                               CFR
Paul B. Ford Jr.                         CFR
Thomas K. Ford                           CFR
Henrietta Holsman Fore                   CFR
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Michelle R. Forrest                      CFR
Michael V. Forrestal                     CFR/92
Robert P. Forrestal                      CFR/92
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Anne Forrester                           CFR/92
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Michelle Michot Foss                     CFR
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William T. R. Fox                        CFR/92
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Thomas M. Franck                         CFR/92
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Richard A. Frank                         CFR/84
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Andrew V. Frankel                        CFR/92
Charles Frankel                          CFR
Francine R. Frankel                      CFR/92
Jeffrey A. Frankel                       CFR
Marvin E. Frankel                        CFR/92
Max Frankel                           BB/CFR/J/92
Felix Frankfurter                     BB/CFR/J
Barbara Hackman Franklin                 CFR/88
George S. Franklin, Jr.                  CFR/85
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Donald M Fraser (D-MN)                   CFR/84
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M. Taylor Fravel                         CFR/85
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Robert Frederick                         CFR/92
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Jonathan M. Fredman                      CFR
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Harry L. Freeman                         CFR/92
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Roger C. Freeman                         CFR/92
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Richard A. Freytag                       CFR/92
Michel Fribourg                          CFR/88
Paul J. Fribourg                         CFR/92
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Jordana Friedman                         CFR
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Louis D. Froelick                        CFR/21
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Peter Fromuth                            CFR/92
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Otto Fuerbringer                         CFR/TC/84
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Shinji Fukukawa                          CFR/92
Glen S. Fukushima                        CFR
Francis Fukuyama                         CFR/92
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Carlton P. Fuller                        CFR
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Jacquelline Cobb Fuller                  CFR
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Robert G. Fuller                         CFR
William P. Fuller                        CFR/88
William Bewick Fullerton                 CFR/92
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The Dillon Fund                          CFR
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Robert L. Gallucci                       CFR
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John C. Gannon                           CFR
Charles S. Ganoe                         CFR/88
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Ronie Richele Garcia-Johnson             CFR
Passalacqua Juan Manuel Garcia           CFR/92
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Arthur Z. Gardiner                       CFR
Anthony Laurence Gardner                 CFR
James A. Gardner                         CFR/92
John William Gardner                     CFR
Nina Luzzatto Gardner                    CFR/92
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Robert L. Gardner                     BB/CFR
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Sherman Garnett                          CFR
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John W. Garrett                          CFR/21
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Walker Antonio Garrigues                 CFR/85
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Richard L. Garwin                        CFR/92
George A. Gaston                         CFR/21
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Henry Louis Gates, Jr.                   CFR/92
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Toby Trister Gati                        CFR/92
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F. Gregory Gause III                     CFR/92
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James M. Gavin                           CFR
Michelle D. Gavin                        CFR
Joseph C. Gawronski                      CFR
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Frasscara Giuseppe Gazzoni               CFR/92
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Richard Lee Gelb                         CFR/84
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Robert S. Gelbard                        CFR/88
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Louis V. Gerschel                        CFR
Patrick A. Gerschel                      CFR
Carl Samuel Gershman                     CFR
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Elliot F. Gerson                         CFR/92
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Louis V. Gerstner, Jr.                BB/CFR/TC/84
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Max E. Gevers                            CFR
Paul David Gewirtz                       CFR
Henry R. Geyelin                         CFR/88
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Georgia Anne Geyer                       CFR/92
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Carol Ann Giacomo                        CFR
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Bates Gill                               CFR
Michael J. Gillespie                     CFR/85
S. Hazard Gillespie                      CFR/92
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Robert G. Gilpin, Jr.                    CFR/92
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David Ginsburg                           CFR/92
Jane C. Ginsburg                         CFR/92
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Robert Neville Ginsburgh                 CFR/84
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Robert Walton Goelet, Jr.                CFR/21
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Merle D. Goldman                         CFR/92
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Peter C. Goldmark, Jr.                   CFR/92
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Leland M. Goodrich                       CFR
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Michael R. Gordon                        CFR/92
Philip H. Gordon                         CFR/88
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Gidon A. G. Gottlieb                     CFR/88
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Laurence M. Gould                        CFR
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Lola Nashashibi Grace                    CFR
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Carol Lee Graham                         CFR
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Thomas Graham, Jr.                       CFR
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William R. Graham, Jr.                   CFR
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James P. Grant                           CFR
Stephen A. Grant                         CFR/92
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Maurice F. Granville                     CFR/92
Stephen R. Graubard                      CFR/92
Howard D. Graves                         CFR
Charles D. Gray                          CFR
David E. Gray                            CFR
Gordon Gray                              CFR
Hanna Holborn Gray                       CFR/85
Harry Jack Gray                          CFR/92
Prentiss N. Gray                         CFR/21
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Judy S. Grayson                          CFR
Joseph A. Grazier                        CFR
R. Scott Greathead                       CFR
Richard Jr. Greco                        CFR
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Carl J. Green                            CFR/92
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Ernest G. Green                          CFR
Donald Green                             CFR/92
Jerrold D. Green                         CFR/88
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Michael Jonathan Green                   CFR
Robert Shane Green                       CFR
Alexander Kent Anton Greenawalt          CFR
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Glenn H. Greenberg                       CFR
Jeffrey W. Greenberg                     CFR
Karen J. Greenberg                       CFR
Lawrence Scott Greenberg                 CFR
Lisa Greenberg                           CFR
Maurice ("Hank") Raymond Greenberg    BB/CFR/TC/92
Sanford D. Greenberg                     CFR/TC/84
Robert Stephen Greenberger               CFR
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Fred Greene                              CFR/92
James C. Greene                          CFR/85
James R. Greene                          CFR/92
Jerome D. Greene                         CFR/21
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Raymond F. Greene III                    CFR
Wade Greene                              CFR/88
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Meg Greenfield                           CFR
Robert F. Greenhill                      CFR/85
Beverly Sills Greenough                  CFR
William C. Greenough                     CFR/88
Alan J. Greenspan                        CFR/TC/92
G. Jonathan Greenwald                    CFR
Joseph Adolph Greenwald                  CFR/92
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Ted Greenwood                            CFR/88
Donald P. Gregg                          CFR
Heather S. Gregg                         CFR
Vartan Gregorian                         CFR/84
Wallace C. Gregson                       CFR/92
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Louisa Coan Greve                        CFR
William Greve                            CFR/90
Joseph M. Grieco                         CFR/85
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Brian C. Griffin                         CFR/92
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Alyssa A. Grikscheit                     CFR
Peter Grimm                              CFR
Joseph A. Grimes Jr.                     CFR
Julie M. Grimes                          CFR
Janet Mullins Grissom                    CFR
A. Whitney Griswold                      CFR
Robert T. Grohman                        CFR/84
Anatoly A. Gromyk                        CFR/TC/92
Teg C. Grondahl                          CFR
Robert F. Grondine                       CFR
Gigi Kwik Gronvall                       CFR
Jacques Groothaert                       CFR/88
Peter Bolton Grose                       CFR/92
Ernest A. Gross                          CFR/92
Martin J. Gross                          CFR
Patrick W. Gross                         CFR/88
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Daniel E. Grossman                       CFR
Gene M. Grossman                         CFR/92
Marc Grossman                            CFR
Brandon H. Grove, Jr.                    CFR/92
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Paul C. Grove                            CFR
Allen Grover                             CFR
Katherine Sye Grover                     CFR
Ray J. Groves                            CFR/92
Alfred M. Gruenther                   BB/CFR
Jessie C. Gruman                         CFR
Joseph A. Grundfest                      CFR
George Vincent Grune                     CFR/92
Henry Anatole Grunwald                BB/CFR/92
Sydney Gruson                            CFR
Gabriel Guerra-Mondragon                 CFR/92
Michael E. Guest                         CFR/92
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Harry Frank Guggenheim                   CFR
Eugenia Katherine Guilmartin             CFR
Stephen E. Guisinger                     CFR
Sidney L. Gulick                         CFR/21
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Adelaide Cromwell Gulliver               CFR/85
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Andrew S. Gundlach                       CFR
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John J. Gunther                       BB/CFR
Sanjay K. Gupta                          CFR
Pranay Gupte                             CFR
Murray I. Gurfein                        CFR
Judith Gustafson                         CFR/88
Anne Gustave                             CFR/TC/88
Caroline Stephanie Gustavson             CFR
Lilita V. Gusts                          CFR
John H. Gutfreund                        CFR/TC/92
John H.J. Guth                           CFR/92
Edwin O. Guthman                         CFR
Henning P. Gutmann                       CFR
Nikolas K. Gvosdev                       CFR
Bernard M. Gwetzman                      CFR
Catherine Gwin                           CFR/92            
Joseph Mo Ha                             CFR/92
Lynn Elisa Haaland                       CFR
Ernest van den Haag                      CFR
The Mark Haas Foundation                 CFR
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Peter E. Haas                            CFR/TC/92
Robert D. Haas                           CFR/TC/85
Richard N. Haass                         CFR/85
Philip Charles Habib                     CFR/84
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Nina L. Hachigian                        CFR
Clifford P. Hackett                      CFR/92
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Yvonne Yazbeck Haddad                    CFR
Stephen John Hadley                      CFR
Joseph A. Hafner  Jr.                    CFR/88
Chuck Hagel                              CFR
Katherine A. Hagen                       CFR
Eric H. Hager                            CFR
Stephan M. Haggard                       CFR/92
Keith D. Hahn                            CFR
D. Blake Haider                          CFR
Michael L. Haider                        CFR
Alexander Meigs Haig, Jr.                CFR/TC/92
George Winthrop Haight                   CFR/S&B/28
Earl B. Hailston                         CFR
Nisid J. Hajari                          CFR
Roya Hakakian                            CFR
Peter Hakim                              CFR/88
Najeeb E. Halaby                         CFR/84
David Halberstram                        CFR
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Lyric Hughes Hale                        CFR
Robert F. Hale                           CFR/92
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John P. Hall                             CFR
John W. Hall                             CFR
Kathryn Walt Hall                        CFR
Katherine Hall-Martinez                  CFR
Claus M. Halle                           CFR
Louis J. Halle, Jr.                      CFR
Mark S. Hallerberg                       CFR
Paul Hallingby, Jr.                      CFR/92
David R. Halperin                        CFR
Morton H. Halperin                       CFR/92
Sue M. Halperin                          CFR/92
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Thomas A. Halsted                        CFR/92
Michael H. Haltzel                       CFR/92
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Margaret Ann Hamburg                     CFR/87
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Michael A. Hamel                         CFR
Ann O. Hamilton                          CFR/92
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Doug N. Hamilton                         CFR/88
Edward K. Hamilton                       CFR/TC/92
Fowler Hamilton                          CFR
Hugh Gerard Hamilton, Jr.                CFR
John Maxwell Hamilton                    CFR
J. W. H. Hamilton                        CFR/21
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Lee H. Hamilton  (D-In)                  CFR/TC/88
Michael P. Hamilton                      CFR/92
Ruth Simms Hamilton                      CFR/92
Thomas J. Hamilton                       CFR
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John Hays Hammond                        CFR/21
John Henry Hammond                       CFR/21
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Rupert J. Hammond-Chambers               CFR
D. Holly Hammonds                        CFR
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John J. Hamre                            CFR
Sungjoo Han                              CFR/88
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William A. Hance                         CFR
Ellen Hancock                            CFR/85
Judith L. Hancock                        CFR/92
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Scott M. Hand                            CFR
Stephen Handelman                        CFR
John W. Hanes, Jr.                       CFR
Wolfram F. Hanrieder                     CFR/92
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Herbert J Hansell                        CFR
Carol Rae Hansen                         CFR/88
Keith Eric Hansen                        CFR/85
Lynn M. Hansen                           CFR/92
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Patricia L. Hanscom                      CFR
Haywood S. Hansell, Jr.                  CFR
Herbert J. Hansell                       CFR
Carl Thor Hanson                         CFR/85
Robert A. Hanson                         CFR/92
Giselle P. Hantz                         CFR
Evie Hantzopoulos                        CFR
Paraskeve Hantzopoulos                   CFR
Maurice Harari                           CFR/88
Frederick Harbison                       CFR
Edward J. Hardin                         CFR
Katherine Anderson Hardin                CFR
Deborah A. Harding                       CFR
Harry Harding                            CFR/TC/84
Sir William Harding                      CFR/92
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John Lawrence Hargrove                   CFR/92
Bernard W. Harleston                     CFR/88
Jane Harman (D-Ca)                       CFR
Sidney Harman                            CFR/92
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Blaire Harms                             CFR
James W. Harpel                          CFR/92
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Paul Harper                              CFR/92
Zenola Harper                            CFR/92
J. G. Harrar                             CFR
E. Roland Harriman                       CFR
Edward Roland Noel Harriman              CFR/S&B 1917
Pamela C. Harriman                       CFR/85
William Averell Harriman                 CFR/S&B 1913
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Maureen Ann Harrington                   CFR
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David A. Harris                          CFR
Irving B. Harris                         CFR/92
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Jay T. Harris                            CFR
John M. Harris                           CFR
Joseph E. Harris                         CFR/92
Joshua J. Harris                         CFR
Katherine Harris                         CFR
Martha Caldwell Harris                   CFR/88
Scott Blake Harris                       CFR/88
George Leslie Harrison                   CFR/S&B 1910
Hope M. Harrison                         CFR
Selig S. Harrison                        CFR/TC/84
William B. Harrison Jr.                  CFR
Earl Of Harrowby                         CFR/92
Joseph Close Harsch                   BB/CFR/84
Linda Harsh                              CFR/92
Edward R. Harshberger                    CFR
Augustin S. Hart                         CFR
Augustin S. Hart, Jr.                    CFR/92
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Douglas Hart                             CFR/92
Francis R. Hart                          CFR/21
Gary Hart                                CFR
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Robert C. Hart                           CFR
Todd C. Hart                             CFR
Fred L. Hartley                          CFR/92
Jane D. Hartley                          CFR
Robert W. Hartley                        CFR
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J. Lise Hartman                          CFR/87
Rosemary Hartman                         CFR/85
Carl E. Hartnack                         CFR/85
William Harvin                           CFR/TC/84
Jon K. Hartzell                          CFR
Norishige Hasegawa                       CFR/TC/92
William Alan Haseltine                   CFR
rTaizo Hashida                           CFR/92
Broderick Haskell                        CFR
John H. F. Haskell Jr.                   CFR/92
Caryl Parker Haskins                     CFR/61
Charles H. Haskins                       CFR/21
Pierre Hassner                           CFR/TC/92
Tsutomu Hata                             CFR/92
Robert S. Hatfield                       CFR
Robert M. Hathaway                       CFR
Gina Marie L. Hatheway                   CFR
Arthur A. Hauck                          CFR
Gabriel Hauge                         BB/CFR/88
John Resor Hauge                         CFR/87
Rita E. Hauser                           CFR/92
William Locke Hauser                     CFR/85
Arthur Hauspurg                          CFR/85
Theresa Ann Havell                       CFR
H. Field Haviland, Jr.                   CFR/92
Ashton Hawkins                           CFR/85
F. William Hawley                        CFR
Amy W. Hawthorne                         CFR
Steronica Dunston Hawthorne              CFR
Michael V. Hayden                        CFR
Alexandre P. Hayek                       CFR
Alfred Hayes                             CFR/92
Margaret Daly Hayes                      CFR/92
Rita Derrick Hayes                       CFR
Samuel P. Hayes                          CFR/84
Peter Hayes (Foreign Affairs)            CFR/92
Fred Haynes                              CFR/92
Lukas Harrison Haynes                    CFR
Ulric St.Clair Haynes Jr.                CFR/92
Brooks Hays                           BB/CFR
John T. Hays                             CFR
Thomas B. Hayward (Adm.)                 CFR/85
Oliver G. Haywood                        CFR/92
Heather A. Hazard                        CFR/88
John N. Hazard                           CFR/84
Charles D. Hazen                         CFR/21
Lisa W. Heald                            CFR
Henry T. Heald                           CFR
Harold Harris Healy, Jr.                 CFR/S&B/43
Melissa Healy                            CFR/92
Kerry Murphy Healey                      CFR
Alexander Heard                          CFR/84
Ruby P. Hearn                            CFR
Andrew P. Heaney                         CFR
Ronald R. Heath                          CFR
Dorothea Hecht                           CFR/TC/92
Charles B. Heck                          CFR/TC/92
Siegfried S. Hecker                      CFR
Leila Heckman                            CFR/92
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Christopher Lynn Hedges                  CFR
Mitchell W. Hedstrom                     CFR/88
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Totton P. Heffelfinger II                CFR
Stanley J. Heginbotham                   CFR/92
J. Bryan Hehir                           CFR/92
Elaine F. Heifetz                        CFR/88
Jacob E. Heilbrunn                       CFR
Samuel Heilner                           CFR/21
Michael A. Heilperin                  BB/CFR
John Gaines Heimann                      CFR
Charles A. Heimbold Jr.                  CFR
James B. Heimowitz                       CFR/92
Benjamin W. Heineman Jr.                 CFR/92
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Stephen B. Heintz                        CFR
Harry Leonard Heintzen                   CFR
Henry John Heinz II                   BB/CFR/S&B/31
Christopher D. Heinz                     CFR/88
Teresa F. Heinz                          CFR
Francois L. Heisbourg                    CFR/88
Dennis J . Hejlik                        CFR
Robert C. Helander                       CFR/92
Frederick Heldring                       CFR/92
David W. Heleniak                        CFR
Ricki Tigert Helfer                      CFR
John L. Helgerson                        CFR
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Michael A. Heller                        CFR
Richard M. Heller                        CFR
F. Warren Hellman                        CFR/92
Steven E. Hellman                        CFR
Donald Charles Hellmann                  CFR/85
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Robert W. Helm                           CFR
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Robert A. Helman                         CFR
Niles Helmboldt                          CFR/85
Christine Moss Helms                     CFR/88
Richard McGarrah Helms                   CFR/92
Mark Helprin                             CFR
Arthur C. Helton                         CFR
James B. Henderson                       CFR/84
Lawrence J. Henderson, Jr.               CFR/92
Loy W. Henderson                         CFR/84
William Henderson                        CFR
David C. Hendrickson                     CFR
Alice H. Henkin                          CFR/88
Louis Henkin                             CFR/92
John M. Hennessy                         CFR/TC/84
David J. Hennigar                        CFR/92
Daniel Paul Henninger                    CFR/92
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David Dodds Henry                        CFR
John B. Henry                            CFR/84
Nancy L. Henry                           CFR
Peter A. Henry                           CFR
Harriet Hentges                          CFR/92
Alexander Herard                         CFR
Roy A. Herberger Jr.                     CFR/92
Jeffrey Herbst                           CFR/92
John Herling                             CFR/92
Charles Frazer Hermann                   CFR/87
Richard K. Hermann                       CFR/92
Antonia Hernandez                        CFR
Colon Rafael Hernandez                   CFR/TC/92
De Minion Miguel Herrero                 CFR/88
Ernesto P. Hernandez III                 CFR
W. Rogers Herod                          CFR
Edwin M. Herr                            CFR/21
Jessica Rae Herrera-Flanigan             CFR
Pendleton Herring                        CFR
Richard K. Herrmann                      CFR/92
Owen Edward Herrnstadt                   CFR
Jean Herskovits                          CFR/92
Christian Archibald Herter            BB/CFR/88
Christian Archibald Herter, Jr.          CFR
Frederic P. Herter                       CFR/92
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Dale R. Herspring                        CFR
Frederic P. Herter                       CFR
Roger Hertog                             CFR
Arthur Hertzberg                         CFR/92
Hendrik Hertzberg                        CFR
Robert M. Hertzberg                      CFR
Barbara Herz                             CFR/92
Charles M. Herzfeld                      CFR/85
Paul M. Herzog                           CFR/92
Jessica A. Herzstein                     CFR/88
Robert E. Herzstein                      CFR
Theodore Martin Hesburgh              BB/CFR/TC/92
Sheila N. Heslin                         CFR
Jerome S. Hess                           CFR
John B. Hess                             CFR/88
Marlene Hess                             CFR
Curtis A. Hessler                        CFR/92
James M. Hester                          CFR/88
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Sylvia Ann Hewlett                       CFR/84
William Redington Hewlett                CFR/92
William H. Heyman                        CFR
Roger W. Heyns                           CFR/92
Fred Hiatt                               CFR
William M. Hickey                        CFR
Irvin Hicks Jr.                          CFR/92
Irvin Hicks Sr.                          CFR
John F. Hicks Sr.                        CFR
Kathleen Holland Hicks                   CFR
Peggy L. Hicks                           CFR
Jack D. Hidary                           CFR
E. Michael Higginbotham                  CFR
Neal Higgins                             CFR
Robert F. Higgins                        CFR/88
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Keith Highet                             CFR/92
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Edward T. Hightower                      CFR
Catharine B. Hill                        CFR/92
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George Watts Hill                        CFR
J. French Hill                           CFR/85
J. Tomilson Hill                         CFR
James T. Hill, Jr.                       CFR
Janine W. Hill                           CFR
John A. Hill                             CFR
Joseph C. Hill                           CFR
Pamela Hill                              CFR
Raymond D. Hill                          CFR
Velma Murphy Hill                        CFR/88
John Hillen                              CFR
Martin J. Hillenbrand                    CFR/92
Sonja Hillgren                           CFR/92
Carla Anderson Hills                     CFR/TC/88
Laura Hume Hills                         CFR/TC/92
Robert C. Hills                          CFR
Roger Hilsman                            CFR/92
Robert P. Hilton                         CFR/92
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Leo J. Hindery, Jr.                      CFR
Ruth J. Hinerfeld                        CFR/92
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Rachel Hines                             CFR
Walker D. Hines                          CFR/21
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Randall Hinshaw                          CFR/92
Deane Roesch Hinton                      CFR/84
Hinton David B Dickinson Company         CFR/TC/92
Gen Hirose                               CFR/92
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Frederick P. Hitz                        CFR
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William P. Hobby                         CFR
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Mellody Hobson                           CFR
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Walter Hochschild                        CFR
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James D. Hodgson                         CFR/85
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Mark R. Hoffenberg                       CFR
Adonis Edward Hoffman                    CFR/92
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Michael L. Hoffman                       CFR/88
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Stanley H. Hoffman                    BB/CFR/TC/84
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Warren M. Hoge                           CFR/92
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Stuart W. Holliday                       CFR
James Frank Hollifield                   CFR
Duncan Baker Hollis                      CFR
Anne F. Holloway                         CFR/TC/84
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Robert D. Hormats                        CFR/TC/92
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Robert Scott Horton                      CFR
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Harold B. Hoskins                        CFR
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James R. Houghton                        CFR/TC/88
Kathleen Houlihan                        CFR
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Frank K. Houston                         CFR
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Allan Justus Hovey, Jr.                  CFR/92
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Graeme K. Howard                         CFR
John Brigham Howard                      CFR/92
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Lyndsay C. Howard                        CFR
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M. William Howard Jr.                    CFR
John Howe                                CFR
Walter Howe                              CFR
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John I. Howell                           CFR/84
Peter Howell                             CFR
Charles P. Howland                       CFR/21
Nicholas C. Howson                       CFR
Edwin C. Hoyt, Jr.                       CFR
Mont P. Hoyt                             CFR/TC/84
Palmer Hoyt                              CFR
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Mala Htun                                CFR
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Ludwig Huber                             CFR/92
Richard L. Huber                         CFR/87
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David E. Hudson                          CFR/21
Manley O. Hudson                         CFR/21
Michael C. Hudson                        CFR/92
Stewart J. Hudson                        CFR
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John W. Huey                             CFR
Gary C. Hufbauer                         CFR/92
Roy Michael Huffington                   CFR/92
Shirley M. Hufstedler                    CFR/88
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Nathan I Huggins                         CFR/92
Duane L. Hughes                          CFR
Jeffrey L. Hughes                        CFR/88
John Chambers Hughes (State Dept.)       CFR/84
Justin Hughes                            CFR
Lynn N. Hughes                           CFR
Lyric M. Hughes                          CFR
R. John Hughes                           CFR
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Henry C. Huglin                          CFR/92
John W. Huizenga                         CFR/90
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Howard C. Johnson                        CFR
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James A. Johnson (Fed. Nat. Mortgage)    CFR
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Edward L. Katzenback, Jr.                CFR
Peter J. Katzenstein                     CFR/92
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Carol C. Laise                           CFR/92
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David A. Lake                            CFR/92
William T. Lake                          CFR/92
Betty Goetz Lall                         CFR/92
Stephen E. Lamar                         CFR/92
Denis David Lamb                         CFR/88
Horace R. Lamb                           CFR
Brett B. Lambert                         CFR
Benjamin S. Lambeth                      CFR/TC/92
Otto Graf Lambsdorff                     CFR/92
Donald S. Lamm                           CFR/88
Edward Lamont                            CFR/92
Lansing Lamont                           CFR/85
Peter T. Lamont                          CFR
Thomas Stilwell Lamont                   CFR/Pilgrim Soc.
Thomas William Lamont                    CFR/BB/21
Raymond Lamontagne                       CFR/92
Joseph La Palombara                      CFR/85
James B. Lampert                         CFR
Virginia A. Lampley                      CFR/88
David M. Lampton                         CFR/90
Roy Lamson, Jr.                          CFR/84
Carol J. Lancaster                       CFR/92
George Walter Landau                     CFR/92
Jim Alfred Lande                         CFR
James M. Landers                         CFR/92
Lauren R. Landis                         CFR
Lionel Landry                            CFR/84
Joanne Landy                             CFR/92
Charles M. Lane                          CFR/88
David J. Lane                            CFR/92
James Thomas Laney                       CFR/92
Robert E. Lang                           CFR
George D. Langdon Jr.                    CFR/85
Paul F. Langer                           CFR/92
William L. Langer                        CFR
John D. Langlois                         CFR
Walter Consuelo Langsam                  CFR
Charles T. Lanham                        CFR
Edward G. Lansdale                       CFR
Kermit Lansner                           CFR/92
Joseph Lapalombara                       CFR/92
Lewis H. Lapham                          CFR/92
Gail W. Lapidus                          CFR/85
Walter Z. Laqueur                        CFR/84
Resende Andre Lara                       CFR/88
Nicholas R. Lardy                        CFR
Sigurd S. Larmon                         CFR
F. Stephen Larrabee                      CFR/92
Charles R. Larson                        CFR/92
Hal B. Lary                              CFR/92
Jonathan Lash                            CFR
Lawrence J. Lasser                       CFR
Harold D. Lasswell                       CFR
Noel V. Lateef                           CFR/88
Kenneth S. Latourette                    CFR/21
Owen Lattimore                           CFR
Leonard Alan Lauder                      CFR/92
Ronald S. Lauder                         CFR
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Perry Laukhuff                           CFR/84
Philip C. Lauinger Jr.                   CFR/92
Perry Laukhuff                           CFR/84
Salvador H. Laurel                       CFR/88
Jennifer Laurendeau                      CFR/92
Jeffrey Laurenti                         CFR/92
Ned C. Lautenbach                        CFR
David A. Laventhol                       CFR
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Liam Lawlor                              CFR/92
David A. Lawrence                        CFR/TC/84
Richard D. Lawrence                      CFR/92
Robert Z. Lawrence                       CFR
William H. Lawrence                      CFR
Eugene K. Lawson                         CFR/92
Lawrence E. Laybourne                    CFR
John G. Laylin                           CFR
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Jim R. Leach                             CFR/92
Henry Goddard Leach                      CFR
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John M. Lee                              CFR/92
Rensselaer Lee III                       CFR/92
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William L. Lee                           CFR/84
Derek Leebaert                           CFR/84
Dinah Lee-Kung                           CFR
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Marcel J. Lettre II                      CFR
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Herbert Levin                            CFR
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Herbert Levine                           CFR/88
Susan B. Levine                          CFR/87
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Mitchel Levitas                          CFR
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Mitchel Levitas                          CFR/84
Jonathan E. Levitsky                     CFR
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Andre Levy-Lang                          CFR/92
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Paul M. A. Linebarger                    CFR
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Tamara Lipper                            CFR/84
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J. Bruce Llewellyn                       CFR/87
Menendez Jose Luis Llovio                CFR/85
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Manice de Lockwood III                   CFR
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George Cabot Lodge                       CFR/92
Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.                   CFR
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Marshall Loeb                            CFR/92
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Herbert I. London                        CFR
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Jeffrey W. Long                          CFR/92
Susan M. Long                            CFR
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Richard C. Longworth                     CFR
Susan Longworth                          CFR
Alfred L. Loomis                         CFR
Henry Loomis                             CFR/85
Robert H. Loomis                         CFR
A. William Loos                          CFR/92
Donald E. Loranger Jr.                   CFR/92
Bette Bao Lord                           CFR/85
Charles Edwin Lord                       CFR/85
Robert H. Lord                           CFR/21
Winston Lord                             CFR/92
Oivind Lorentzen III                     CFR
Harold H. Loucks                         CFR
William Roger Louis                      CFR
Robert H. Lounsbury                      CFR
Linda S. Lourie                          CFR
Glenn Cartman Loury                      CFR
John Randall Lovdahl                     CFR/92
Ben F. Love                              CFR/84
Thomas E. Lovejoy                        CFR/92
Jon B. Lovelace                          CFR/85
Jay Lovestone                            CFR/85
Robert Ambercrombie Lovett               CFR/S&B/18
Stephen Low                              CFR/92
Andreas F. Lowenfeld                     CFR/85
David Lowenfeld                          CFR/92
Barry F. Lowenkron                       CFR
James G. Lowenstein                      CFR/88
Abraham F. Lowenthal                     CFR/92
Elmer W. Lower                           CFR
Dennis Allen Lowery                      CFR/88
Frank E. Loy                             CFR/92
James Milton Loy                         CFR
Ignacio E. Lozano Jr.                    CFR/85
Monica C. Lozano                         CFR
Donald Lu                                CFR
Robert A. Lubar                          CFR
Isador Lubin                             CFR/BB/92
Nancy Lubin                              CFR/92
Stanley B. Lubman                        CFR/92
C. Payne Lucas                           CFR/92
Claire Boothe Luce                       CFR/85
Charles F. Luce                          CFR/88
Henry Robinson Luce                      BB/CFR/S&B/20
Edward C. Luck                           CFR/85
William Lucy                             CFR/85
E. Hugh Luckey                           CFR/92
Rudolph E. Ludt                          CFR/88
Wendy W. Luers                           CFR
William Henry Luers                      CFR/84
Richard Green Lugar                      CFR/88
J. C. Luitweiler                         CFR
Andrei Lukanov                           CFR/85
David L. Luke III                        CFR/92
John A. Luke Jr.                         CFR/92
Lora Lumpe                               CFR
Samuel D. Lunt                           CFR
Timothy T. Lupfer                        CFR/84
Frieda Luria                             CFR/88
Ian S. Lustick                           CFR/84
Betty Lustig                             CFR/85
Jane Holl Lute                           CFR
Yvonne Luter                             CFR/88
Edward N. Luttwak                        CFR/92
Ky Luu                                   CFR
Anne R. Luzzatto                         CFR
Katharine C. Lyall                       CFR/85
Joseph P. Lyford                         CFR/92
Donald Lyman                             CFR/92
Princeton Nathan Lyman                   CFR/92
Richard Wall Lyman                       CFR/84
Edward S. Lynch                          CFR
Leon Lynch                               CFR/92
Thomas F. Lynch III                      CFR
William Lynch Jr.                        CFR
Myles V. Lynk                            CFR
James Thomas Lynn                        CFR/TC/92
Laurence Edwin Lynn Jr.                  CFR/85
Sean M. Lynn-Jones                       CFR/85
David William Lyon                       CFR
E. Wilson Lyon                           CFR
Gene M. Lyons                            CFR/92
James E. Lyons                           CFR/92
Richard Kent Lyons                       CFR
George I. Lythcott                       CFR/92         

 

 

 

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Soldier for Liberty Exclusive: “Roger” This? Maurice Strong connection to Future of US Healthcare

Posted on October 26, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State, General Info, Watchdog Tools | Tags: , , , |

In March, the President held a health-care summit in Washington, DC to help identify programs that would improve health care quality and restrain escalating costs. He said his policies would be based on scientific evidence of benefit. The flagship proposal presented by the president was national adoption of electronic medical records — a computer-based system that would contain every patient’s clinical history, laboratory results, and treatments. President Obama said this would save  $80 billion a year, help prevent medical errors, reduce the number of malpractice lawsuits, and facilitate preventive and ongoing care for the chronically ill.
 
It’s fairly well known about the government’s issues with securing online data, no matter from foreign countries or dorm students. Our government can not even secure their Homeland Security database when hackers compromised dozens of Department of Homeland Security computers, moving sensitive information to Chinese-language internet sites. Back in February of 2009, the Wall Street Journal reported in one of it’s online blogs that… “In the wake of the Obama administration’s announcement of a 60-day federal review of the government’s initiatives on cyber security, an e-mail obtained by the Project on Government Oversight reveals another embarrassing security breach, this time involving missing computers from the Los Alamos nuclear weapons laboratory in New Mexico, and “the loss of a Blackberry in a sensitive foreign country.” “The e-mail from Los Alamos National Laboratory senior manager Stephen Blair to several other LANL employees reveals that, within a two-week period in early 2009, three computers were stolen from the Santa Fe home of an employee, and a BlackBerry device was misplaced outside the United States. He warns colleagues, “This is garnering a great deal of attention with senior management as well as [the National Nuclear Security Administration].”
 
And we’re supposed to trust them with our most personal information?
 
 
That’s not even the creepiest part. Allow me to introduce a recent acquaintance of mine:
 
Introducing “Roger”
 
“Roger” is Preventive Medicine’s innovative and proprietary health and lifestyle behavioral change model for the health insurance sector. Information on their website says it was “created by physicians, psychologists, IT gurus, health and lifestyle experts, and e-learning wizards. It boasts it meets people where they are in their everyday lives and engages members through fun, visual and 3-D e-learning modalities to improve optimal health, wellbeing and your bottom line…
 
“Roger” accomplishes it’s wellness goals by applying a browser based preventive care and lifesyle management approach that concentrates on daily personal encouragement, community support, and goal achievement indicators.”
  
The website says it has a unique interactive intervention method, delivered through a new and innovative behavioral change model based on the Allen Behavioral Change Model, which relies on six key components based on ten processes of change. Research indicates dramatic improvements in recruitment, retention, and progress using stage-matched individualized and interactive interventions. (Wonder if we get a doggie-treat if we do good?- oh,no- that’s food. Maybe they just pat us on the head.)
  
The system is also enhanced by highly trained call center professionals.
  
MMM…MMM…MMM… does this seem Orwellian to anyone else? Oh wait, there’s much more.
  
Dr Allen, of the Allen Behavioral Change model helped co-design the model. It uses something called “the healthy lifestyle index” and serves as a motivator and benchmark for each individual, to help prevent chronic disease and risk factors. “Roger” also offers “group / population” metrics that “track and report changes in the employee community as a whole or in any meaningful desired cohort.”
  
The system is built for employers , the health insurance sector, but also.. oh, look it says for “government entities” too.
  
The site also says the model is “based on the well researched fact most humans do not make decisions relating to their lifestyle and health based on cognitive and rational thought, but rather on emotional and social value bases.” It goes on to say “Changing behavior that is automatic takes small incremental nudges”..  Nudges, mmm,,,mmm…mmm… where have we heard that before?
  
“The key to “Roger” is how the program uses it’s KNOWLEDGE of each individual (gained through access to medical claims, as well as the responses to a series of assessments about psychological motivations and lifestyle behavioral information) to build trust and a relationship before introducing change. 
 
Is this creeping anyone else out? Oh, I’m just getting started….
 
“Roger” is sold exclusively to health insurance providers and government plan sponsors and supplies it’s technology on a private-label basis, to be delivered under the provider’s trusted brand. The system is designed to be integrated into the individuals every day life in a supportive and unobtrusive way.
 
What makes “Roger” tick? The site says, “The answer is simple. “Roger” does not run on data, it runs on knowledge.”
…making “Roger” truly dynamic and effective in facilitating behavior change that is up to the second current in real time.
Always engaging and active and capable of promoting and monitoring incremental changes.. (you know, nudges) The site goes on to say “Roger is usable by all enrollees- regardless of age, gender, education, or cultural background, and reports their progress however you want the data sliced or diced.  (so happy it doesn’t discriminate.. maybe it has to do with it’s knowledge). Here’s the diagram from the website showing how it works:
Roger Diagram
What’s the icing on top of the cake?  Guess who’s on the board of directors for wonderful new friend “Roger”?
 
Maurice Strong
 
Oh, and by the way.. not that this necessarily means anything, the company is located in the same building as The National Institute of Health in Bethesda, MD.
 
“Roger That ?”,… over and out, good buddy.
 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON MAURICE STRONG, PLEASE SEE THE FOLLOWING:
 
My epiphany- it all boils down to this!
 
Maurice Strong Database Vol 1
 
Maurice Strong Database Vol 2
 
Maurice Strong and Agenda 21

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LOCAL AGENDA 21 – U.N. and Marxist Practices Alive and Well in Your Community

Posted on October 25, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State, General Info | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

My hope is that you will bookmark this column. The information here is valuable to you now. However, if you can not see why as of yet, you will soon come to understand why. I have included several videos, and while I know your time is very scarce, I urge you to watch them. I have attempted to put in 8-10 minute clips with full versions available in my vipod theatre in the column on the right, further down.

How to Brainwash a nation

I ran this earlier in the year. This was made in 1985. Any doubt he is telling the truth? Now that I have your attention, allow me to show you under what guise the marxist agenda is infiltrating YOUR town.

 

Local Agenda 21

Sustainable development plans are being fostered or propogated in many, many towns throughout this country. Make no mistake, sustainable development is a code word for communisim.

 

Speaking of Local Agenda 21 – see full version on vipod theatre

 

http://www.un.org/esa/dsd/agenda21/

Official UN Docmentation and website for Agenda 21 – the global plan for the 21st century

 

http://www.iclei.org/

 Official site for  ICLEI  – International Committee on Local Governments for Sustainability

 

http://www.iclei.org/index.php?id=798

 The Local Agenda 21 (LA21) Campaign promotes a participatory, long-term, strategic planning process that helps municipalities identify local sustainability priorities and implement long-term action plans. It supports good local governance and mobilizes local governments and their citizens to undertake such multi-stakeholder process. The LA21 process leads to the preparation and implementation of a long-term, strategic plan that addresses priority local sustainable development concerns.

The development of Local Agenda 21 and its subsequent endorsement at the Rio Earth Summit as Chapter 28 of Agenda 21.  A 2002 survey found that more than 6,400 local governments in 113 countries have become involved in LA21 activities over a 10-year period. Through LA21, local governments are establishing stakeholder groups, developing local sustainability plans and acting on these plans.

 

Below is a list of the 1107 cities worldwide which are members, blindly following the communist mandates of ICLEI. Cities from Annapolis, MD to Santa Cruz, CA and from Traverse City, MI to Charlottesville, VA- home of Thomas Jefferson. There are also 53 of ICLEI’s associate members, comprised of 53 associate members, in 24 countries worldwide including  American Public Works Association (APWA), Global Community Initiatives, USA and Neighborhood Network, U.S.A.

 

http://www.iclei.org/index.php?id=772

 

ICLEI lists it’s services as:

 As the international sustainable development and environmental agency for local governments, ICLEI provides information, delivers training, organizes conferences, facilitates networking and city-to-city exchanges, carries out research and pilot projects, and offers technical services and consultancy. We also provide software and tools to help local governments achieve their sustainable development goals.

 As a non-profit association, ICLEI receives financial support for its operations and its programs from a modest membership fee and project funders. ICLEI cooperates with global partners to develop its mission and better serve its Members.

Members are the strongest allies of ICLEI by contributing a yearly membership fee, but also by hosting ICLEI offices, financing events or contributing staff time to projects and activities. 

From ICLEI’s origins in 1990 a wide variety of international and regional partners has supported our work. This includes global agencies, national and regional governments, academic institutions, non-governmental organizations and other associations.

 

ICLEI builds partnerships that further our goals and better support our Members.

We have a wide range of international partners that collaborate on our programs and campaigns, including national governments, academic institutions, local project-specific partners such as foundations and non-governmental organizations, and dozens of national, regional, and international associations of local governments. (The list below is not complete) 

  

United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) , Metropolis ,

 

World Economic Forum , Clinton Climate Initiative ,                    

 

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) ,

 

United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) ,

 

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change ,

 

Climate Group , World Bank , World Conservation Union (IUCN) ,

 

REEEP – Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership ,

 

Global Footprint Network , International Centre for Sustainable Cities ,

 

Earthquakes and Megacities Initiative

 

ICLEI continuously attracts  funders to effectively deliver our programs and campaigns worldwide.

ICLEI’s work would not be possible without project funding from a variety of agencies.

Our funders include national and subnational governments, international organizations, foundations and associations, and municipal governments. I notice they forgot to list these.

 Allow me now to present a sidebar on Non Government Organizations, many you have heard of (The Ford Foundation, The Tides Foundation, The Rockefeller Foundation, etc..) actally have and continue to fund these initiatives and others like them. Please watch these videos to have a full understanding of what has been done, over the last century, all in broad daylight while we were made too busy with our daily lives to be able to pay full attention :

  

 Above is G. Edward Griffins circa 1982 landmark interview of Norman Dodd, chief investigator for the Reece Committee, charged with the duty to ferret out the anti-American activities of non-profit, tax-exempt foundations, just before his death.  Here is the House Bill referred to in the snippet: http://tinyurl.com/yfohr3d The full hour long video is presented in my Vipod Theatre on the right. G. Edward Griffin has shed sunlight on many of the very things in the forefront of our fight for freedom today. I urge you to visit his websites at  www.freedomforceinternational.org www.realityzone.com  I have provided a link to a free ebook download of G. Edward Griffin’s book Frearful Master- a second look at the United Nations:  http://www.conspiracyresearch.org/forums/index.php?s=a0992a23a1d1c6c2b4a94475bfd4705a&act=attach&type=post&id=265

 

Alger Hiss is the member of the US Communist Party who founded the United Nations. To learn more about the scandal of Alger Hiss, see http://homepages.nyu.edu/~th15/ .

 

The Freedom in Information Act (FOIA) Reading Room in the J. Edgar Hoover Building at FBI Headquarters, in Washington, D.C., offers 46,213 pages of released FBI documents about the Hiss case for public inspection. Although many FBI documents from other celebrated cases have been posted at the FBI Web site (www.fbi.gov), no Hiss case documents are available online. To request that the FBI digitize and post these records, you could write to:

Robert S. Mueller, III
Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
J. Edgar Hoover Office Building
935 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20535-0001

 

There is a very good article, written eleven years ago by Berit Kjos called, “The UN Plan for your ‘Sustainable’ Community”

http://www.crossroad.to/text/articles/la21_198.html

“…current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class – involving high meat intake use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work-place air-conditioning, and suburban housing – are not sustainable. A shift is necessary. which will require a vast strengthening of the multilateral system, including the United Nations…” – Maurice Strong , opening speech at the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development

Note: This global contract binds all nations and spreading regions to the the collective vision of “sustainable development.” They must commit to pursue the three E’s of “sustainability”: Environment, Economy and Equity referring to the UN blueprint for environmental regulations, economic regulations, and social equity.

Agenda 21, the UN blueprint for global transformation, sounds good to many well meaning people. Drafted for the purpose of creating “sustainable societies”, it has been welcomed by nations around the world. Political, cultural, and media leaders have embraced its alluring visions of social justice and a healthy planet. They hide the lies behind its doomsday scenarios and fraudulent science. Relatively few consider the contrary facts and colossal costs.

After all, what could be wrong with preserving resources for the next generation? Why not limit consumption and reduce energy use? Why not abolish poverty and establish a global welfare system to train parents, monitor intolerance, and meet all our needs? Why not save the planet by trading cars for bikes, an open market for “self-sustaining communities,” and single dwellings for dense “human settlements” (located on transit lines) where everyone would dialogue, share common ground, and be equal?

The answer is simple. Marxist economics has never worked. Socialism produces poverty, not prosperity. Collectivism creates oppression, not freedom. Trusting environmental “scientists” who depend on government funding and must produce politically useful “information” will lead to economic and social disaster.

Even so, local and national leaders around the world are following the UN blueprint for global management and “sustainable communities,” and President Clinton is leading the way. A letter I received from The President’s Council on Sustainable Development states that –

“In April 1997, President Clinton asked the council to advise him on: next steps in building a new environmental management system for the 21st century… and policies that foster U.S. leadership on sustainable development internationally. The council was also charged to ensure that social equity issues are fully integrated…” (Emphasis added)

Many of our representatives are backing his plan. In a 1997 letter congratulating the Local Agenda 21 Advisory Board in Santa Cruz for completing their Action Plan, Congressman Sam Farr wrote,

“The Local Agenda 21 Action Plan not only has local significance, it also will have regional and national impacts. As you know, the President’s Council on Sustainable Development is beginning Phase III of its work with an emphasis on sustainable communities.” (emphasis added)

This agenda may already be driving your community ís “development”, so be alert to the clues. Notice buzzwords such as “visioning,” “partners,” and “stakeholders.” Know how to resist the consensus process. Ask questions, but don’t always trust the answers. Remember, political activists, like self-proclaimed education “change agents”, have put expediency above integrity. As North Carolina school superintendent Jim Causby said at a 1994 international model school conference, “We have actually been given a course in how not to tell the truth. You’ve had that course in public relations where you learn to put the best spin on things.” ….

Allow me to again point you to quotes from Maurice Strong: For further research :  http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cz

“Strengthening the role the United Nations can play…will require serious examination of the need to extend into the international arena the rule of law and the principle of taxation to finance agreed actions which provide the basis for governance at the national level. But this will not come about easily. Resistance to such changes is deeply entrenched. They will come about not through the embrace of full blown world government, but as a careful and pragmatic response to compelling imperatives and the inadequacies of alternatives.”

 ”The concept of national sovereignty has been an immutable, indeed sacred, principle of international relations. It is a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation. What is needed is recognition of the reality that in so many fields, and this is particularly true of environmental issues, it is simply not feasible for sovereignty to be exercised unilaterally by individual nation-states, however powerful. The global community must be assured of environmental security.”

“This interlocking…is the new reality of the century, with profound implications for the shape of our institutions of governance, national and international.  By the year 2012, these changes must be fully integrated into our economic and political life.”

“Developed and benefited from the unsustainable patterns of production and consumption which have produced our present dilemma.  It is clear that current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class—involving high meat intake, consumption of large amounts of frozen and convenience foods, use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work-place air-conditioning, and suburban housing—are not sustainable.  A shift is necessary toward lifestyles less geared to environmentally damaging consumption patterns.”

..  “A new Economic Security Council (ESC) would replace the existing Economic and Social Council.  The new ESC would consist of no more than 23 members who would have responsibility for all international financial and development activities.  The IMF, the World Bank, and the WTO—virtually all finance and development activities—would be under the authority of this body.  There would be no veto power by any nation. (Italics CFP’s).  Nor would there be permanent member status for any nation.” 

 

They are already taking our property and water rights:

 

http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=214115

The IUCN was created by the UN (Sir Julian Huxley of UNESCO, the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, to provide a more scientific base), advises the UN and develops treaties. The IUCN is active in identifying endangered species and one of their members include the US Fish and Wildlife Service, which is the agency that has the power to list endangered species. The IUCN frequently collaborates with the UN World Bank.

Laurance Rockefeller is named on the Board of Trustees of the NRDC. His family and the tax exempt Rockefeller Foundation have created and financed countless UN agencies and programs. The Rockefeller Foundation has gifted grants to the UN Population Council, which has its roots in eugenics, the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) and the UN World Bank. See the video above of Inspector Norm Dodds’ interview with G. Edward Griffin for more information on the traitorous Rockefeller and Ford Foundations.

http://www.aim.org/aim-column/obamas-ambitious-u.n.-treaty-agenda/

[The Senate now has enough Democrats to pass] the U.N.’s Law of the Sea Treaty, and there are strong indications that they intend to bring this controversial document up for a vote within days or weeks. Those who favor the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) believe that U.S. security lies in passing a treaty and hiring more lawyers to defend America before an international tribunal, rather than building more ships for the Navy and Coast Guard. The anticipated vote on the treaty follows a strong recent push for ratification from the Council on Foreign Relations and newspaper ads in favor of the treaty from the Pew Charitable Trusts, a $5 billion non-profit entity. Plus, the Obama State Department sent a document to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on May 11 that declared UNCLOS to be a top priority for the administration. In fact, Obama’s submission to the Foreign Relations Committee names 17 treaties that he wants ratified. In addition to UNCLOS, they include the feminist Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), the unverifiable Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, and the gun rights-destroying Inter-American Convention Against Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, and Other Related Materials. See UN Law of the Sea http://www.un.org/Depts/los/index.htm 

Senate Bill 787 http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-s787/show  Clean Water Restoration Act:

A bill to amend the Federal Water Pollution Control Act to clarify the jurisdiction of the United Sates over waters of the United States.

Clean Water Restoration Act – Amends the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (commonly known as the Clean Water Act) to replace the term “navigable waters” that are subject to such Act with the term “waters of the United States,” defined to mean all waters subject to the ebb and flow of the tide, the territorial seas, and all interstate and intrastate waters and their tributaries, including lakes, rivers, streams (including intermittent streams), mudflats, sandflats, wetlands, sloughs, prairie potholes, wet meadows, playa lakes, natural ponds, and all impoundments of the foregoing, to the fullest extent that these waters, or activities affecting them, are subject to the legislative power of Congress under the Constitution. Declares that nothing in such Act affects the authority of the Secretary of the Army or the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the provisions of the Clean Water Act related to discharges:
(1) composed entirely of return flows from irrigated agriculture;
(2) of stormwater runoff from certain oil, gas, and mining operations composed entirely of flows from precipitation runoff conveyances, which are not contaminated by or in contact with specified materials;
(3) of dredged or fill materials resulting from normal farming, silviculture, and ranching activities, from upland soil and water conservation practices, or from activities with respect to which a state has an approved water quality regulatory program; or
(4) of dredged or fill materials for the maintenance of currently serviceable structures, the construction or maintenance of farm or stock ponds, irrigation ditches and maintenance of drainage ditches, or farm, forest, or temporary roads for moving mining equipment in accordance with best management practices, or the construction of temporary sedimentation basins on construction sites for which discharges do not include placement of fill material into the waters of the United States.

http://www.redpills.org/?p=7368

Consider:
When the well is dry, we know the worth of water. – BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, (1706-1790), Poor Richard’s Almanac, 1746

Water is the best of all things. – PINDAR (C. 522-C. 438 B.C.), Olympian Odes

If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water. – LORAN EISELY, The Immense Journey, 1957

Now consider that OUR CONGRESS is moving to take control of ALL WATER IN THE UNITED STATES! Yeah, you better pay attention. Oppose S.787 at all costs. Contact your Senators NOW. As of 6/18/2009 this bill was in the Committee on Environment and Public Works and was ordered to be reported with an amendment in the nature of a substitute favorably.

The 24 co-sponsors of this bill must be contacted and are:
Sen Boxer, Barbara [CA]
Sen Brown, Sherrod [OH]
Sen Cantwell, Maria [WA]
Sen Cardin, Benjamin L. [MD]
Sen Carper, Thomas R. [DE]
Sen Dodd, Christopher J. [CT]
Sen Durbin, Richard [IL]
Sen Gillibrand, Kirsten E. [NY]
Sen Kaufman, Edward E. [DE]
Sen Kerry, John F. [MA]
Sen Kohl, Herb [WI]
Sen Lautenberg, Frank R. [NJ]
Sen Leahy, Patrick J. [VT]
Sen Levin, Carl [MI]
Sen Lieberman, Joseph I. [CT]
Sen Menendez, Robert [NJ]
Sen Merkley, Jeff [OR]
Sen Reed, Jack [RI]
Sen Sanders, Bernard [VT]
Sen Schumer, Charles E. [NY]
Sen Shaheen, Jeanne [NH]
Sen Stabenow, Debbie [MI]
Sen Whitehouse, Sheldon [RI]
Sen Wyden, Ron [OR]

 

I note that many of the sponsors are from areas around the Great Lakes – WHY WOULD ANY SANE, RESPONSIBLE LEGISLATOR GIVE AWAY THE RIGHTS OF THE WATERWAYS OF THEIR STATE and the citizens they are supposed to represent ? 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/06/04/obama-taps-cameron-davis_n_211315.html

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Cameron Davis, leader of a Chicago-based environmentalist group, has been appointed to oversee President Barack Obama’s initiative to clean up the Great Lakes. Davis is president of the Alliance for the Great Lakes, one of many organizations that have pushed for a restoration program expected to cost more than $20 billion. He was appointed by Lisa Jackson, head of the Environmental Protection Agency….He will coordinate efforts of about a dozen federal agencies working on the administration’s Great Lakes project, which deals with issues such as invasive species, polluted harbors, sewage overflows and degraded wildlife habitat. The Bush administration oversaw development of a wide-ranging strategy for protecting and restoring the lakes that was presented in December 2005, but little funding was provided afterward. Legislation to carry out the plan has been introduced in the U.S. House and Senate.During the campaign last year, Obama pledged $5 billion over a decade toward implementing the plan. His proposed 2010 budget seeks $475 million in new spending on the lakes. Obama also promised to appoint a management “czar” and settled on Davis, a 23-year veteran of the Alliance for the Great Lakes, previously known as the Lake Michigan Federation. The group advocates for improving water quality and land use, conservation, habitat recovery and clean energy. Earlier this year, Obama named J. Charles Fox to a similar post, directing restoration of the Chesapeake Bay.

..Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., sponsor of legislation to implement the Obama initiative, said Davis “has shown a commitment to ensuring our waterways are healthy and safe for drinking, swimming and fishing. He has been a strong advocate for protecting the Great Lakes from harmful diversions by establishing sound water management strategy. He understands water policy and the importance of good policy.” Jack Bails, the alliance’s board chairman, said Davis had helped put the Great Lakes “on the national radar” by taking their case to federal regulators, members of Congress and other policymakers. Davis is “a coalition builder,” said Jeff Skelding, director of a network of advocacy groups known as the Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition. “He knows how to talk the languages of the different federal agencies … and the audiences that have a stake in protecting the lakes.” One challenge Davis will face is making sure the federal money is used effectively _ particularly when the government already has about 140 programs dealing with the Great Lakes environment.

A SMALL SAMPLING OF RECENT STORIES IN THE NEWS ON THE SUBJECT SHOW THE LAND AND WATER GRAB IS FULLY UNDERWAY:

* Irvine, California – October 5, 2009 – A recently published administration document outlines a structure that could result in closures of sport fishing in salt and freshwater areas across America. The White House created an Interagency Oceans Policy Task Force in June and gave them only 90 days to develop a comprehensive federal policy for all U.S. coastal, ocean and Great Lakes waters. The task force direction is to develop zoning which may permanently close large areas to fishing throughout the US. Deadline : December 9, 2009, just in time for COP 15.

 

* The Obama administration and ..Congress are being urged, by a growing number of academics, environmentalists, and lawmakers, to address the country’s water problems, including its dwindling supplies, inadequate environmental protections, and stalled cleanup efforts. At the top of their priority list: reviving federal laws—particularly the Clean Water Act—that have been weakened or narrowly interpreted in recent years; boosting funding for the nation’s faltering and aging water infrastructure; and strengthening the Environmental Protection Agency’s regulation of water pollution from industry and power plants. http://tinyurl.com/6naxyv US News and World Report

 

* HR 146- The Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009 http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h146/show

A bill to designate certain land as components of the National Wilderness Preservation System, to authorize certain programs and activities in the Department of the Interior and the Department of Agriculture, and for other purposes. President Obama’s comments here: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/30/us/politics/30lands-text.html

 

* ..However, the most egregious attack that the Schwarzenegger administration has launched on California’s fisheries was when he allowed the Department of Water Resources, in collaboration with the Bureau of Reclamation under the Bush administration, to export record amounts of water to Westlands, the Kern County Water Bank and southern California at great expense of Delta fish and Central Valley salmon. Record water export levels occurred in 2004 (6.1 MAF), 2005 (6.5 MAF) and 2006 (6.3 MAF). Exports averaged 4.6 MAF annually between 1990 and 1999 and increased to an average of 6 MAF between 2000 and 2007, a rise of almost 30 percent, according the California Sportfishing Protection Alliance (CSPA). http://www.californiaprogressreport.com/2009/03/schwarzenegger_108.html

 

 THERE ARE THREE BILLS, SUBMITTED IN PROTECTION OF YOUR PROPERTY RIGHTS, WHICH HAVE BEEN INTRODUCED IN THE HOUSE WHICH YOU NEED TO FULLY SUPPORT. IF YOUR REPRESENTATIVE IS NOT A SPONSOR, CALL THEIR OFFICE AND DEMAND IT!

  

HR 748

 

http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-hr748/show

 

Just introduced 10/2009.

Recognizing the importance of the property rights granted by the United States Constitution; affirming the duty of each Member of this body to support and defend such rights; and asserting that no public body should unlawfully obtain the property of any citizen of the United States for the benefit of another private citizen or corporation.

 

HR 575

 

http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-hr575/show

 

6/23/2009–Introduced.
Expresses the sense of Congress that state and local governments:
(1) should only execute the power of eminent domain for the public good;
(2) must always justly compensate affected individuals in accordance with the Fifth Amendment;
(3) should never use eminent domain to advantage one private party over another; and
(4) should not construe Kelo v. City of New London (Kelo) as justification to abuse the power of eminent domain. Reserves to Congress the right to address through legislation any abuses of eminent domain by state and local government in light of Kelo.

HR 1885

 

http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h1885/show

 

4/2/2009–Introduced.
Private Property Rights Protection Act of 2009 – Prohibits a state or political subdivision from exercising its power of eminent domain, or allowing the exercise of such power by delegation, over property to be used for economic development or over property that is used for economic development within seven years after that exercise, if the state or political subdivision receives federal economic development funds during any fiscal year in which the property is so used or intended to be used. Prohibits the federal government from exercising its power of eminent domain for economic development. Establishes a private cause of action for any private property owner or tenant who suffers injury as a result of a violation of this Act. Prohibits state immunity in federal or state court. Sets the statute of limitations at seven years. Requires the Attorney General to bring an action to enforce this Act in certain circumstances, but prohibits an action brought later than seven years following the conclusion of any condemnation proceedings. Requires the Attorney General to disseminate information on:
(1) the rights of property owners and tenants under this Act; and
(2) the federal laws under which federal economic development funds are distributed. Prohibits a state or political subdivision from exercising its power of eminent domain over property of a religious or other nonprofit organization because of the organization's nonprofit or tax-exempt status or any related quality if that state or political subdivision receives federal economic development funds during any fiscal year. Prohibits the federal government from exercising its power of eminent domain over property of a religious or other nonprofit organization because of the organization's nonprofit or tax-exempt status or any related quality.

 

 

There will be much more on this issue in the near future. Please bring yourself up to speed on how Agenda 21 is impacting your community, and then fight like hell against it! It’s about much, much more than your property rights and your water rights. This will impact every single thing you do, how you do it and may even impact the length of your life.

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2008 Trilateral Commission Members and Attendees List

Posted on October 25, 2009. Filed under: Watchdog Tools |

http://www.augustreview.com/knowledge_base/getting_started_with_globalism/trilateral_commission_membership_-_2008_20081010103/    

 

This is the complete list of the Trilateral Commission members as of October, 2008. The TC was founded in 1973 to create a “New International Economic Order.” Since then, they have dominated all aspects of international finance, free trade and globalization. 

The Trilateral Commission
Executive Committee

Europe
North America
Pacific Asian
Peter Sutherland, Chairman Joseph S. Nye, Jr, Chairman Yotaro Kobayashi, Chairman
Herve De Carmoy, Deputy Chairman Allan E. Gotlieb, Deputy Chairman Han Sung-Joo, Deputy Chairman
Andrezej Olechowski, Deputy Chairman Lorenzo H. Zambrano, Deputy Chairman Shijuro Ogata, Deputy Chairman

North American Group

Richard L. Armitage, President, Armitage International LLC, Washington, DC; former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State

James L. Balsillie, Co-Chief Executive Officer, Research in Motion, Ltd., Waterloo, ON

Alan R. Batkin, Vice Chairman, Eton Park Capital Management, New York, NY

Nani Beccalli-Falco, President and Chief Executive Officer, GE International, Brussels, Belgium

*C. Fred Bergsten, Director, Peterson Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC; former U.S. Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs

Catherine Bertini, Professor of Public Administration, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; Senior Fellow, Agricultural Development, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; former Under Secretary-General for Management, United Nations; former Executive Director, UN World Food Program.

Robert D. Blackwill, President, BGR International, Washington, DC; former Deputy Assistant to President George W. Bush and Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Planning; former Ambassador to India

Adm. Dennis C. Blair, U.S. Navy (retired), John M. Shalikashvili Chair in National Security Studies, National Bureau of Asian Research; Omar Bradley Chair of Strategic Leadership, Army War College and Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA; former Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Command

Herminio Blanco Mendoza, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Soluciones Estratégicas, Mexico City, NL; former Mexican Secretary of Commerce and Industrial Development

David G. Bradley, Chairman, Atlantic Media Company, Washington, DC

Lael Brainard, Vice President and Founding Director, Global Economy and Development Center, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC

Harold Brown, Counselor and Trustee, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC; former General Partner, Warburg Pincus & Company, New York, NY; former U.S. Secretary of Defense

*Zbigniew Brzezinski, Counselor and Trustee, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC; Robert Osgood Professor of American Foreign Affairs, Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University; former U.S. Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs

Sylvia Mathews Burwell, President, Global Development Programs, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, WA

Louis C. Camilleri, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Altria Group, Inc., New York, NY

Kurt Campbell,  Chief Executive Officer, Center for a New American Security (CNAS), Washington, DC; Director of the Aspen Strategy Group; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asia and the Pacific

Raymond Chrétien, Strategic Advisor, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP, Montreal, QC; Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center for International Studies of the University of Montreal; former Associate Under-Secretary of State of External Affairs; former Ambassador of Canada to the Congo, Belgium, Mexico, the United States and France

William T. Coleman, Jr., Senior Partner and the Senior Counselor, O’Melveny & Myers, Washington, DC; former U.S. Secretary of Transportation; Lifetime Trustee, Trilateral Commission

      Richard N. Cooper, Maurits C. Boas Professor of International Economics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former Chairman, U.S. National Intelligence Council; former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs

E. Gerald Corrigan, Managing Director, Goldman, Sachs & Co., New York, NY;  former President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Lee Cullum, former regular commentator, “NewsHour with Jim Lehrer,” and columnist, Dallas, TX

H. Lawrence Culp, Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer, Danaher Corporation, Washington, DC

Gerald L. Curtis, Burgess Professor of Political Science, Columbia University, New York, NY; Visiting Professor, Graduate Research Institute for Policy Studies, Tokyo

Lynn Davis, Director, Washington Office, The RAND Corporation, Arlington, VA; former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security

Arthur A. DeFehr, President and Chief Executive Officer, Palliser Furniture, Winnipeg, MB

André Desmarais, President and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Power Corporation of Canada, Montréal, QC; Deputy Chairman, Power Financial Corporation

John M. Deutch, Institute Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA; former Director of Central Intelligence; former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense

Jamie Dimon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, JPMorgan Chase & Co., New York, NY

Peter C. Dobell, Founding Director, Parliamentary Centre, Ottawa, ON

Wendy K. Dobson, Professor and Director, Institute for International Business, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON; former Canadian Associate Deputy Minister of Finance

Thomas Donilon, Partner, O’Melveny & Myers, LLP, Washington, DC

      Kenneth M. Duberstein, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Duberstein Group, Washington, DC; former Chief of Staff to President Ronald Reagan

      Peggy Dulany, Founder and Chair, Synergos Institute, New York, NY

Robert Eckert, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Mattel, Inc., El Segundo, CA

Jessica P. Einhorn, Dean, Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC; former Managing Director for Finance and Resource Mobilization, World Bank

Diana Farrell, Director, McKinsey Global Institute, San Francisco, CA

Dianne Feinstein, Member (D-CA), U.S. Senate

Martin S. Feldstein, George F. Baker Professor of Economics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; President Emeritus, National Bureau of Economic Research; former Chairman, U.S. President’s Council of Economic Advisors

Roger W. Ferguson, Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer, TIAA-CREF, New York, NY; former Member of the Executive Committee, Head of Financial Services Products, and Chairman of Swiss Re America Holding Corporation; former Vice Chairman, Board of Governors, U.S. Federal Reserve System

Stanley Fischer, Governor of the Bank of Israel, Jerusalem; former President, Citigroup International and Vice Chairman, Citgroup, New York, NY; former First Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund

*Thomas S. Foley, former U.S. Ambassador to Japan; former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives; former North American Chairman, Trilateral Commission, Washington, DC

Kristin J. Forbes, Associate Professor of Economics, MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, MA; former Member of the U.S. Council of Economic Advisors

Michael B.G. Froman, Managing Director, Head of Infrastructure and Sustainable Development, Citi Alternative Investments, Citigroup Inc., New York, NY

Francis Fukuyama, Bernard L. Schwartz Professor International Political Economy, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC

Dionisio Garza Medina, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, ALFA, Garza Garcia, NL

Richard A. Gephardt, Senior Counsel, DLA Piper, Washington, DC; former Member (D-MO), U.S. House of Representatives

David Gergen, Professor of Public Service and Director of the Center for Public Leadership, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; Editor-at-Large, U.S. News and World Report

Timothy F. Geithner, President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, New York, NY

Francisco Gil-Díaz, Executive President, Telefónica de España-México and Central América, Mexico City, DF

Peter C. Godsoe, retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Scotiabank, Toronto, ON

*Allan E. Gotlieb, Senior Advisor, Bennett Jones LLP, Toronto, ON; Chairman, Sotheby’s, Canada; former Canadian Ambassador to the United States; North American Deputy Chairman, Trilateral Commission

Bill Graham, Chancellor, Trinity College, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON;  former Member of  Canadian House of Commons; former Minister of Foreign Affairs and former Minister of Defence

Donald E. Graham, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Washington Post Company,

Washington, DC

Richard N. Haass, President, Council on Foreign Relations, New York, NY; former Director, Policy Planning, U. S. Department of State; former Director of Foreign Policy Studies, The Brookings Institution

James T. Hackett, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Anadarko Petroleum Corp., The Woodlands, TX

John J. Hamre, President, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC; former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense and Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller)

Richard F. Haskayne, Board Chairman Emeritus, University of Calgary, AB; past Chairman of the Board of  TransCanada Corporation

Carlos Heredia, Economist, Mexico City, DF; Advisor to the Governor of Michoacán

*Carla A. Hills, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Hills & Company, International Consultants, Washington, DC; former U.S. Trade Representative; former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development  

*Karen Elliott House, Writer, Princeton, NJ; Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former Senior Vice President, Dow Jones & Company, and Publisher, The Wall Street Journal

Gen. James L. Jones, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.), President and Chief Executive Officer, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for 21st Century Energy, Washington, DC

Alejandro Junco de la Vega, President and Director, Grupo Reforma, Monterrey, NL

Robert Kagan, Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, DC

Arnold Kanter, Principal and Founding Member, The Scowcroft Group, Washington, DC; former U.S. Under Secretary of State

Charles R. Kaye, Co-President, Warburg Pincus LLC, New York, NY

James Kimsey, President and Executive Director, The Kimsey Foundation, Washington, DC

Henry A. Kissinger, Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc., New York, NY; former U.S. Secretary of State; former U.S. Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs; Lifetime Trustee, Trilateral Commission

Michael Klein, Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Citi Markets & Banking; Vice Chairman, Citibank International plc; New York, NY

Steven E. Koonin, Chief Scientist, BP, London, UK

Enrique Krauze, General Director, Editorial Clio Libros y Videos, S.A. de C.V., Mexico City, DF

Robert W. Lane, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Deere & Company, Moline, IL

Fred Langhammer, Chairman, Global Affairs, The Estée Lauder Companies, Inc., New York, NY

Winston Lord, Chairman Emeritus and former Co-Chairman of the Board, International Rescue Committee, New York, NY; former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; former U.S. Ambassador to China

E. Peter Lougheed, Counsel, Bennett Jones, Barristers & Solicitors, Calgary, AB; former Premier of Alberta

*Roy MacLaren, former Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom; former Canadian Minister of International Trade; Toronto, ON

John A. MacNaughton, Chairman, Business Development Bank of Canada, and Chairman of Canadian Trading and Quotation System Inc., Toronto, ON

Antonio Madero, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, San Luis Corporacion, S.A. de C.V., Mexico City, DF

John Manley, Senior Counsel, McCarthy Tétrault LLP, Ottawa, ON; former Canadian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance

*Sir Deryck C. Maughan, Managing Director and Chairman, KKR Asia, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., New York, NY; former Vice Chairman, Citigroup

Jay Mazur, President Emeritus, UNITE (Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees, and President, ILGWU’s 21st Century Heritage Foundation, New York, NY

Robert S. McNamara, former President, World Bank; former U.S. Secretary of Defense; former President, Ford Motor Company; Lifetime Trustee, Trilateral Commission

James Moore, Member from British Columbia, Canadian Parliament, Ottawa, ON; Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada and the Pacific Gateway and Vancouver 2010 Olympics

Marc H. Morial, President and Chief Executive Officer, National Urban League, New York, NY; former Mayor, New Orleans, LA

Heather Munroe-Blum, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, McGill University, Montreal, QC

*Indra K. Nooyi, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo, Inc., Purchase, NY

*Joseph S. Nye, Jr., University Distinguished Service Professor and former Dean, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former Chair, National Intelligence Council and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs; North American Chairman, Trilateral Commission

Meghan O’Sullivan, Lecturer in Public Policy, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former Special Assistant to President George W. Bush and Deputy National Security Advisor for Iraq and Afghanistan, National Security Council, The White House

Thomas R. Pickering, Vice Chairman, Hills & Company, International Consultants, Washington, DC; former Senior Vice President, International Relations, The Boeing Company, Arlington, VA; former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs; former U.S. Ambassador to the Russian Federation, India, Israel, El Salvador, Nigeria, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and the United Nations

Martha C. Piper, former President and Vice-Chancellor, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

Richard Plepler, Co-president, HBO, New York, NY

Gen. Joseph W. Ralston,  U.S. Air Force (Ret.), Vice Chairman, The Cohen Group, Washington, DC; former Commander, U.S. European Command, and Supreme Allied Commander NATO; former Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, U.S. Department of Defense

Charles B. Rangel, Member (D-NY), U.S. House of Representatives

Federico Reyes Heroles, Writer and Political Analyst, Chairman of the Board of Este Pais Magazine,  and Chairman of the Board, Transparencia Mexicana, Mexico City, DF

*Susan Rice, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies and Global Economy and Development Programs, Brookings Institution, Washington, DC; former Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs; former Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for African Affairs, National Security Council

Hartley Richardson, President, James Richardson & Sons, Ltd., Winnipeg, MB

Joseph E. Robert, Jr., Chairman and Chief Executive Office, J.E. Robert Companies, McLean, VA

David Rockefeller, Founder, Honorary Chairman, and Lifetime Trustee, Trilateral Commission, New York, NY

John D. Rockefeller IV,  Member (D-WV), U.S. Senate

Kenneth Rogoff, Professor of Economics and Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former Chief Economist, International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC

Charles Rose, Host of the Charlie Rose Show and Charlie Rose Special Edition, PBS, New York, NY

Irene B. Rosenfeld, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Kraft Foods, Inc., Northfield, IL

Dennis Ross, Counselor and Ziegler Distinguished Fellow, The Washingon Institute for Near East Policy, Washington, DC; former Special Middle East Coordinator in President Clinton’s Administration

*Luis Rubio, President, Center of Research for Development (CIDAC), Mexico City, DF

Arthur F. Ryan, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Prudential Financial, Inc., Newark, NJ

Jaime Serra, Chairman, SAI Consulting, Mexico City, DF; former Mexican Minister of Trade and Industry

Dinakar Singh, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, TPG-Axon Capital, New York, NY;

former Co-head, Principal Strategies Department, Goldman Sachs

Anne-Marie Slaughter, Dean, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ

Gordon Smith, Director, Centre for Global Studies, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC; Chairman, Board of Governors, International Development Research Centre; former Canadian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Personal Representative of the Prime Minister to the Economic Summit

Donald R. Sobey, Chairman Emeritus, Empire Company Ltd., Halifax, NS

Ronald D. Southern, Chairman, ATCO Group, Calgary, AB

James B. Steinberg, Dean, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, Austin, TX; former Vice President and Director of the Foreign Policy Studies Program, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC; former U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor

Jessica Stern, Academic Director, Program on Terrorism and the Law, Harvard Law School, and Lecturer on Law and Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Barbara Stymiest, Chief Operating Officer, RBC Financial Group, Toronto, ON

John J. Sweeney, President, AFL-CIO, Washington, DC

George J. Tenet, Distinguished Professor, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington, DC; former U.S. Director of Central Intelligence

*Paul A. Volcker, former Chairman, Wolfensohn & Co., Inc., New York; Frederick H. Schultz Professor Emeritus, International Economic Policy, Princeton University; former Chairman, Board of Governors, U.S. Federal Reserve System; Honorary North American Chairman and former North American Chairman, Trilateral Commission

William H. Webster, Senior Partner, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP, Washington, DC; former U.S. Director of Central Intelligence; former Director, U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation; former Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit

Fareed Zakaria, Editor, Newsweek International, New York, NY

*Lorenzo H. Zambrano, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, CEMEX, Monterrey, NL; North American Deputy Chairman, Trilateral Commission

Ernesto Zedillo, Director, Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, Yale University, New Haven, CT; former President of Mexico

Mortimer B. Zuckerman, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, U.S. News &  World Report, and Publisher, New York Daily News; Founder and Chairman of Boston Properties, Inc.; New York, NY

Former Members In Public Service

 Richard B. Cheney, Vice President of the United States

Paula J. Dobriansky, U.S. Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs

Luis Téllez, Secretary of Communications and Transport of Mexico

Robert B. Zoellick, President, World Bank

 

European Group

Paul Adams, Chief Executive, British American Tobacco, London

Urban Ahlin, Member of the Swedish Parliament and Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Stockholm

*Edmond Alphandéry, Chairman, Caisse Nationale de Prévoyance, Paris; former Chairman, Electricité de France (EDF); former Minister of the Economy and Finance

Jacques Andréani, Ambassadeur de France, Paris; former Ambassador to the United States

Jorge Armindo, President and Chief Executive Officer, Amorim Turismo, Lisbon

Jerzy Baczynski, Editor-in-Chief, Polityka, Warsaw

Patricia Barbizet, Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Board of Directors, Artémis Group, Paris

Estela Barbot, Director, AGA; Director, Bank Santander Negocios; Member of the General Council, AEP — Portuguese Business Association, Porto; General Honorary Consul of Guatemala, Lisbon

*Erik Belfrage, Senior Vice President, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken; Director, Investor AB, Stockholm

Marek Belka, Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), Geneva; former Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of Poland, Warsaw; former Ambassador-at-Large and Chairman, Council for International Coordination, Coalition Provisional Authority, Baghdad

Baron Jean-Pierre Berghmans, Chairman of the Executive Board, Lhoist Group, Limelette, Belgium

*Georges Berthoin, International Honorary Chairman, European Movement; Honorary Chairman, The Jean Monnet Association; Honorary European Chairman, The Trilateral Commission, Paris

Nicolas Beytout, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, D.I. Group; Former Editor of Le Figaro and Les Echos, Paris

Carl Bildt, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sweden; former Chairman, Kreab Group of public affairs companies; former Chairman, Nordic Venture Network, Stockholm; former Member of the Swedish Parliament, Chairman of the Moderate Party and Prime Minister of Sweden; former European Union High Representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina & UN Special Envoy to the Balkans

Manfred Bischoff, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Daimler AG, Munich; former Member of the Board of Management, Daimler AG; former Chairman, EADS

Antonio Borges, International Advisor and former Managing Director and Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs International, London

Ana Patricia Botin, Executive Chairman, Banesto;  Vice Chairman, Urbis; Member of the Management Committee, Santander Group, Madrid

Jean-Louis Bourlanges, Member, State Audit Court (Cour des Comptes), Paris; Associated Professor, Institute for Political Studies in Paris; former Member of the European Parliament, Brussels; former President of the European Movement in France, Paris

*Jorge Braga de Macedo, President, Tropical Research Institute, Lisbon; Professor of Economics, Nova University at Lisbon; Chairman, Forum Portugal Global; former Minister of Finance

Lord Brittan of Spennithorne, Vice Chairman, UBS Investment Bank, London; former Vice President, European Commission

Jean-Louis Bruguière, EU High Representative to the United States on the Terrorist Finance Tracking Programme (TFTP/SWIFT); Judge, Paris

Robin Buchanan, Dean, London Business School; former Senior Partner, Bain & Company, London

*François Bujon de l’Estang, Ambassadeur de France; Chairman, Citi France, Paris; former Ambassador to the United States

Edelgard Bulmahn, Member of the German Bundestag and Chairwoman of the Committee on Economic Affairs; former Federal Minister, Berlin

Sven Burmester, Writer and Explorer, Denmark; former Representative, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Beijing; former World Bank Deputy Secretary and Representative in Cairo

Richard Burrows, Governor, Bank of Ireland; Director, Pernod Ricard; Chairman, the Scotch Whisky Association; former President, IBEC (The Irish Business and Employers Confederation), Dublin

*Hervé de Carmoy, Chairman, Almatis, Frankfurt-am-Main; former Partner, Rhône Group, New York & Paris; Honorary Chairman, Banque Industrielle et Mobilière Privée, Paris; former Chief Executive, Société Générale de Belgique

Salvatore Carrubba, Director of Strategies and Columnist, Il Sole 24 Ore, Milan; former Culture Alderman, Municipality of Milan

Carme Chacon Piqueras, Minister for Defence; former Minister of Housing; former First Vice-President of the Spanish Parliament, Madrid

Jürgen Chrobog, Chairman, BMW Herbert Quandt Foundation, Munich; former German Deputy Foreign Minister and Ambassador to the United States

Luc Coene, Minister of State; Deputy Governor, National Bank of Belgium, Brussels

Sir Ronald Cohen, Chairman, Portland Capital & The Portland Trust; former Founding Partner and Executive Chairman, Apax Partners Worldwide, London

Bertrand Collomb, Honorary Chairman, Lafarge; Chairman, Institut des Hautes Etudes pour la Science et la Technologie (IHEST); Chairman, Institut Français des Relations Internationales (IFRI); Member of the Institut de France, Paris

Iain Conn, Member of the Board of Directors and of the Executive Management Team, BP, London

Richard Conroy, Conroy Diamonds & Gold, Dublin; Member of Senate, Republic of Ireland 

Eckhard Cordes, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Management Board, Franz Haniel & Cie., Duisburg; Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Management Board, Metro; former Member of the Board, DaimlerChrysler, Stuttgart

Alfonso Cortina, Chairman, Colonial; former Chairman, Repsol-YPF Foundation, Madrid

Eduardo Costa, Executive Vice Chairman, Banco Finantia, Lisbon; Member, Forum Portugal Global

Enrico Tomaso Cucchiani, Member of the Board of Management, Allianz SE, Munich; Chief Executive Officer, Allianz S.p.A., Trieste

Michel David-Weill, Former Chairman, Lazard LLC, worldwide; Chairman of the Supervisory Board, EURAZEO, Paris

*Vladimir Dlouhy, Senior Advisor, ABB; International Advisor, Goldman Sachs; former Czechoslovak Minister of Economy; former Czech Minister of Industry & Trade, Prague

*Bill Emmott, Former Editor, The Economist, London

Pedro Miguel Echenique, Professor of Physics, University of the Basque Country; President, Foundation Donostia International Physic Center (DIPC); former Basque Minister of Education, San Sebastian

Oscar Fanjul, Vice Chairman, Omega Capital, Madrid

Grete Faremo, Director of Law and Corporate Affairs for Western Europe, Microsoft Norway; former Executive Vice President, Storebrand; former Norwegian Minister of Development Cooperation, Minister of Justice and Minister of Oil and Energy, Oslo

*Nemesio Fernandez-Cuesta, Executive Director of Upstream, Repsol-YPF; former Chairman, Prensa Española, Madrid

Jürgen Fitschen, Member of the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt-am-Main

Klaus-Dieter Frankenberger, Foreign Editor, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt am Main

Louise Fresco, University Professor, University of Amsterdam; Member of the Board of non-executive Directors, RABO Bank, Utrecht; former Assistant Director-General, Head of Agriculture Department, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome

Hugh Friel, Chairman, Tourism Ireland; former Chief Executive Officer, Kerry Group, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland

Lykke Friis, Pro-Rector, University of Copenhagen

*Michael Fuchs, Member of the German Bundestag, Berlin; former President, National Federation of German Wholesale & Foreign Trade

Lord Garel-Jones, Managing Director, UBS Investment Bank, London; Member of the House of Lords; former Minister of State at the Foreign Office (European Affairs)

*Antonio Garrigues Walker, Chairman, Garrigues Abogados y Asesores Tributarios, Madrid

Wolfgang Gerhardt, Member of the German Bundestag; Chairman of the Friedrich-Naumann Foundation; former Chairman of the Free Democratic Party, Berlin

Lord Gilbert, Member of the House of Lords; former Minister for Defence, London

Esther Giménez-Salinas, Rector, Ramon Llull University; Professor of Criminal Law, ESADE Law School, Ramon Llull University, Barcelone

Dermot Gleeson, Chairman, AIB Group, Dublin

Elisabeth Guigou, Member of the French National Assembly; former Minister for European Affairs, Paris

General The Lord Guthrie, Director, N M Rothschild & Sons, London; Member of the House of Lords; former Chief of the Defence Staff, London

Antti Herlin, Chairman of the Board, KONE Corporation, Helsinki

Helga Hernes, Senior Advisor, PRIO (International Peace Research Institute Oslo); Chair, Norwegian Parliamentary Intelligence Oversight Committee, Oslo; former Norwegian Ambassador

Nigel Higgins, Co-Head of Global Investment Banking, N M Rothschild & Sons, London

Wolfgang Ischinger, Global Head of Government Relations, Allianz SE, Munich; Chairman, the Munich Security Conference on Security Policy; former European Member of the Troïka on the Kosovo Status Determination and German Ambassador to the United Kingdom

*Mugur Isarescu, Governor, National Bank of Romania, Bucharest; former Prime Minister

*Baron Daniel Janssen, Honorary Chairman, Solvay, Brussels

Trinidad Jiménez, International Relations Secretary of the Socialist Party (PSOE) & Member of the Federal Executive Committee; Secretary of State for Latin America, Madrid

Lady Barbara Judge, Chairman, UKAEA (United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority); former US Securities Exchange Commissioner

*Béla Kadar, Member of the Hungarian Academy, Budapest; Member of the Monetary Council of the National Bank; President of the Hungarian Economic Association; Former Ambassador of Hungary to the O.E.C.D., Paris; former Hungarian Minister of International Economic Relations and Member of Parliament

Robert Kassai, General Vice President, The National Association of Craftmen’s Corporations, Budapest

*Lord Kerr of Kinlochard, Deputy Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell plc; Member of the House of Lords, London; former British Ambassador to the United States; former Secretary General, European Convention

*Sixten Korkman, Managing Director, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy (ETLA) & Finnish Business and Policy Forum (EVA), Helsinki

Arpad Kovacs, President, State Audit Office of Hungary, Budapest

Gabor Kovacs, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Bankar Holding; Founder, KOGART (the Kovacs Gabor Art Foundation), Budapest

Jerzy Kozminski, President and Chief Executive Officer, Polish-American Freedom Foundation; former Ambassador to the United States; former First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Warsaw

Ivan Krastev, Chairman of the Board and Programme Director for Political Research, Centre for Liberal Strategies, Sofia; Editor-in-Chief, Bulgarian Edition, Foreign Policy

Jiri Kunert, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, UniCredit Bank Czech Republic; President of the Czech Association of Banks, Prague

Ulysses Kyriacopoulos, Chairman, S&B Group; former Chairman, Federation of Greek Industries, Athens 

*Count Otto Lambsdorff, Partner, Wessing Lawyers, Düsseldorf; former Chairman, Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Berlin; former Member of German Bundestag; Honorary Chairman, Free Democratic Party; former Federal Minister of Economy; former President of the Liberal International; Honorary European Chairman, The Trilateral Commission, Paris

Kurt Lauk, Member of the European Parliament (EPP Group-CDU); Chairman, Globe Capital Partners, Stuttgart; President, Economic Council of the CDU Party, Berlin; Former Member of the Board, DaimlerChrysler, Stuttgart

Anne Lauvergeon, Chairperson of the Executive Board, Areva; Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer, Cogema, Paris

Ulrich Lehner, Chairman of the Board, Henkel, Düsseldorf

Pierre Lellouche, Member of the French National Assembly and of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Paris; former President, NATO Parliamentary Assembly

Enrico Letta, Under State Secretary, Office of the Prime Minister, Italy; former Minister of European Affairs, Industry, and of Industry and International Trade, Rome

Thomas Leysen, Chief Executive Officer, Umicore, Brussels

*Marianne Lie, former Director General, Norwegian Shipowner’s Association, Oslo

Erkki Liikanen, Chairman of the Board, Bank of Finland, Helsinki; former Finnish Minister of Finance; former European Commissioner

Count Maurice Lippens, Chairman, Fortis, Brussels

Peter Löscher, Chief Executive Officer, Siemens, Munich

Helge Lund, Chief Executive Officer of the Norwegian Oil Company, Statoil, Oslo

*Cees Maas, Honorary Vice Chairman of the ING Group and former Chief Financial Officer, Amsterdam; former Treasurer of the Dutch Government

Peter Mandelson, Member of the European Commission (Trade), Brussels; former Member of the British Parliament; former Secretary of State to Northern Ireland and for Trade and Industry

Abel Matutes, Chairman, Empresas Matutes, Ibiza; former Member of the European Commission, Brussels; former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Madrid

Francis Maude, Member of the British Parliament; Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office and Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; Director, Benfield Group; former Shadow Foreign Secretary, London

Friedrich Merz, Member of the German Bundestag; former Member of the European Parliament; former Chairman of the Parliamentary Group of the CDU/CSU in the Bundestag, Berlin

Peter Mitterbauer, Honorary President, The Federation of Austrian Industry, Vienna; President and Chief Executive Officer, Miba, Laakirchen

Pietro Modiano, General Manager & Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Intesa Sanpaolo, Turin

Dominique Moïsi, Special Advisor to the Director General of the French Institute for International Relations (IFRI), Paris

Mario Monti, President and Professor Emeritus, Bocconi University, Milan; Chairman of BRUEGEL and of ECAS, Brussels; former Member of the European Commission (Competition Policy)

Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, Chairman, Fiat, Turin; former Chairman, Confindustria (Italian Confederation of Industry), Rome

Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, Chairman, The Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Chairman, Anglo American; former Chairman, Royal Dutch/Shell Group, London

Klaus-Peter Müller, Chairman of the Board, Commerzbank, Frankfurt-am-Main; President, Association of German Banks (BDB), Berlin

Harald Norvik, Chairman and Partner, ECON Management; former President and Chief Executive, Statoil, Oslo

 

Ewald Nowotny, former Chief Executive Officer, BAWAG P.S.K., Vienna

 

 

Arend Oetker, President, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP); Vice Chairman, Federation of German Industries; Managing Director, Dr. Arend Oetker Holding, Berlin

 

*Andrzej Olechowski, Founder, Civic Platform; Former Chairman, Bank Handlowy; former Minister of Foreign Affairs and of Finance, Warsaw

Richard Olver, Chairman, BAE Systems, London

Janusz Palikot, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Polmos, Lublin; Vice President, Polish Confederation of Private Employers; Co-owner, Publishing House slowo/obraz terytoria; Member of the Board of Directors, Polish Business Council, Warsaw

Dimitry Panitza, Founding Chairman, The Free and Democratic Bulgaria Foundation; Founder and Chairman, The Bulgarian School of Politics, Sofia

Lucas Papademos, Vice President, European Central Bank, Frankfurt-am-Main; former Governor of the Bank of Greece

Lord Patten of Barnes, Chancellor of the University of Oxford; Chairman, International Crisis Group, Brussels; former Member of the European Commission (External Relations), Brussels; former Governor of Hong Kong; former Member of the British Cabinet, London

Volker Perthes, Chairman and Director, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP), Berlin

Carlo Pesenti, Managing Director, Italcementi, Bergamo

Dieter Pfundt, Personally Liable Partner, Sal. Oppenheim Bank, Frankfurt-am-Main

Josep Piqué, Chairman of the Popular Party of Catalunya, Barcelona; Member of the Parliament of Catalunya; Member of the Spanish Senate; former Minister of Foreign Affairs

Benoît Potier, Chairman of the Management Board, Air Liquide, Paris

Alessandro Profumo, Chief Executive Officer, UniCredit Group, Milan

Luigi Ramponi, Member of the Italian Senate; former Chairman of the Defence Committee of the Chamber of Deputies, Rome; former Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff (Italian Army)

Denis Ranque, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Thales, Paris

Juha Rantanen, President and Chief Executive Officer, Outokumpu Group, Espoo, Finland

Wanda Rapaczynski, Advisor to the Supervisory Board and former President of the Management Board, Agora, Warsaw

Heinz Riesenhuber, Member of the German Bundestag; former Federal Minister of Research and Technology, Berlin; Chairman of the Supervisory Boards of Kabel Deutschland and of Evotec

Gianfelice Rocca, Chairman, Techint Group of Companies, Milan; Vice President, Confindustria, Rome

H. Onno Ruding, Chairman, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Brussels; Former  Vice Chairman, Citibank; former Dutch Minister of Finance

Ferdinando Salleo, Vice Chairman, MCC (Mediocredito Centrale), Rome; former Ambassador to the United States

Jacques Santer, Honorary State Minister, Luxembourg; former Member of the European Parliament; former President of the European Commission; former Prime Minister of Luxembourg

*Silvio Scaglia, Founder, Chairman and Financial backer, Babelgum, London; Chairman, S.M.S. Finance S.A., Luxembourg; former Chairman, Fastweb, Milan

Paolo Scaroni, Chief Executive Officer, ENI, Rome

*Guido Schmidt-Chiari, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Constantia Group; former Chairman, Creditanstalt Bankverein, Vienna

Henning Schulte-Noelle, Chairman of the Supervisory Board and former Chief Executive Officer, Allianz, Munich

Karel Schwarzenberg, Minister of Foreign Affairs; Founder and Director, Nadace Bohemiae, Prague; former Member of the Czech Senate; former Chancellor to President Havel; former President of the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights

*Carlo Secchi, Professor of European Economic Policy and former Rector, Bocconi University; Vice President, ISPI, Milan; former Member of the Italian Senate and of the European Parliament

*Tøger Seidenfaden, Editor-in-Chief, Politiken, Copenhagen

Maurizio Sella, Chairman, Gruppo Banca Sella, Biella; former Chairman, Association of Italian Banks (A.B.I.), Rome

Slawomir S. Sikora, Chief Executive Officer and Citigroup Country Officer for Poland, Bank Handlowy w Warszawie, Warsaw

Stefano Silvestri, President, Institute for International Affairs (IAI), Rome; Commentator, Il Sole 24 Ore; former Under Secretary of State for Defence, Italy

Lord Simon of Highbury, Member of the House of Lords, Deputy Chairman of Unilever; Non-Executive Director of Suez Group; Senior Adviser of Morgan Stanley Europe;  former Minister for Trade & Competitiveness in Europe;  former Chairman of BP, London

Nicholas Soames, Member of the British Parliament, London

Sir Martin Sorrell, Chief Executive Officer, WPP Group, London

*Petar Stoyanov, Former President of the Republic of Bulgaria; Member of Bulgarian

Parliament; Chairman of Parliamentary Group of United Democratic Forces; Chairman of Union of Democratic Forces, Sofia

Peter Straarup, Chairman of the Executive Board, Danske Bank, Copenhagen; Chairman, the Danish Bankers Association

*Peter Sutherland, Chairman, BP p.l.c.; Chairman, Goldman Sachs International; Chairman of the London School of Economics; UN Special Representative for Migration and Development; former Director General, GATT/ WTO; former Member of the European Commission; former Attorney General of Ireland

Pavel Telicka, Partner, BXL-Consulting, Prague

Jean-Philippe Thierry, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, AGF (Assurances Générales de France), Paris

*Harri Tiido, Undersecretary for Political Affairs, Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tallinn; former Ambassador of Estonia and Head of the Estonian Mission to NATO

Andreas Treichl, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Erste Bank der Oesterreichischen Sparkassen, Vienna

Marco Tronchetti Provera, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Pirelli & C., Milan; Deputy Chairman, Confindustria, Rome; former Chairman, Telecom Italia

Elsbeth Tronstad, Executive Director, Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (NHO); former Vice President, ABB, Oslo

Loukas Tsoukalis,  Special Adviser to the President of the European Commission; Professor at the University of Athens and the College of Europe; President of the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP), Athens

Mario Vargas Llosa, Writer and Member of the Royal Spanish Academy, Madrid

*George Vassiliou, Former Head of the Negotiating Team for the Accession of Cyprus to the European Union; former President of the Republic of Cyprus; Former Member of Parliament and Leader of United Democrats, Nicosia

Jeroen van der Veer, Chief Executive, Royal Dutch Shell, The Hague

Franco Venturini, Senior Editorial Commentator on Foreign Affairs, Corriere della Sera, Rome

Janne Virkkunen, Senior Editor-in-Chief, Helsingin Sanomat, Helsinki

*Marko Voljc, Chief Executive Officer, K & H Bank Zrt, Budapest; former General Manager of Central Europe Directorate, KBC Bank Insurance Holding, Brussels; former Chief Executive Officer, Nova Ljubljanska Banka, Ljubljana

Alexandr Vondra, Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs; former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prague

Joris Voorhoeve, Member of the Council of State; former Member of the Dutch Parliament; former Minister of Defence, The Hague

*Panagis Vourloumis, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Hellenic Telecommunications Organization (O.T.E.), Athens

Marcus Wallenberg, Chairman of the Board, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB), Stockholm

Serge Weinberg, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Accor; Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Weinberg Capital Partners; former Chairman of the Management Board, Pinault-Printemps-Redoute; former President, Institute of International and Strategic Studies (IRIS), Paris

*Heinrich Weiss, Chairman, SMS, Düsseldorf; former Chairman, Federation of German Industries, Berlin

Nout Wellink, President, Dutch Central Bank, Amsterdam

Hans Wijers, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Akzo Nobel, Arnhem

Emilio Ybarra, former Chairman, Banco Bilbao-Vizcaya, Madrid

Former Members in Public Service

John Bruton, European Union Ambassador & Head, Delegation of the European Commission to the United States

Lene Espersen, Minister of Justice, Denmark

Toomas Hendrik Ilves, President of the Republic of Estonia, Tallinn

Pedro Solbes, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy and Finances, Spain; former Member of the European Commission

Karsten D. Voigt, Coordinator of German-American Cooperation, Federal Foreign Ministry, Berlin

 

Pacific Asian Group

Note: Those without city names are Japanese Members.
Korean names are shown with surname first
.

Narongchai Akrasanee, Director and Chairman of Board of Executive Directors, Export Import Bank of Thailand; former Minister of Commerce of Thailand; Bangkok

Ali Alatas, Advisor and Special Envoy of the President of the Republic of Indonesia; former Indonesian Minister for Foreign Affairs; Jakarta

Philip Burdon, Former Chairman, Asia 2000 Foundation; New Zealand Chairman, APEC; former New Zealand Minister of Trade Negotiations; Wellington

Fujio Cho, Chairman, Toyota Motor Corporation

Cho Suck-Rai, Chairman, Hyosung Group, Seoul

Chung Mong-Joon, Member, Korean National Assembly; Vice President, Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA); Seoul

Barry Desker, Dean, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies; Vice Chairman, Singapore Business Federation; Honorary Advisor to the Minister for Trade and Industry, Singapore

Takashi Ejiri, Lawyer, Nishimura Asahi Law Office

Jesus P. Estanislao, Chairman, Institute of Corporate Directors; President and Chief Executive Officer, Institute of Solidarity in Asia, Manila; former Philippine Secretary of Finance

Hugh Fletcher, Chancellor, The University of Auckland; former Chief Executive Officer, Fletcher Challenge

Hiroaki Fujii, Advisor, The Japan Foundation; Chairman, Mori Arts Center; former Japanese Ambassador to the United Kingdom

Shinji Fukukawa, Chairman, TEPIA, The Machine Industry Memorial Foundation

Yoichi Funabashi, Chief Diplomatic Correspondent and Columnist, The Asahi Shimbun

Carrillo Gantner, Director, The Myer Foundation; Melbourne

Ross Garnaut, Professor of Economics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, Canberra

*Toyoo Gyohten, President, Institute for International Monetary Affairs; Senior Advisor, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.

*Han Sung-Joo, Chairman, The Asan Institute for Policy Studies; former President, Korea University, Seoul; former Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs; former Korean Ambassador to the United States; Pacific Asia Deputy Chairman, Trilateral Commission

*Stuart Harris, Professor of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, Canberra; former Australian Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs

Azman Hashim, Chairman, AmBank Group, Kuala Lumpur

John R. Hewson, Executive Chairman, Elderslie Finance Corporation, Ltd.; Chairman, The John Hewson Group, Sydney; Former Leader of the Federal Opposition, Australia; Special Adviser to the Under Secretary of UNESCAP

Ernest M. Higa, President and CEO, Higa Industries

Hong Seok Hyun, former Chairman and CEO, Joong Ang Ilbo; former Korean Ambassador to the United States; Seoul

Shintaro Hori, Chairman, Bain Capital Japan, Inc.

Murray Horn, Managing Director, Institutional Banking, ANZ (NZ) Ltd., Sydney; Chairman, ANZ Investment Bank; former Parliament Secretary, New Zealand Treasury

Hyun Hong-Choo, Senior Partner, Kim & Chang, Seoul; former Korean Ambassador to the United Nations and to the United States, Seoul

Hyun Jae-Hyun, Chairman, Tong Yang Group, Seoul

Shin’ichi Ichimura, Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University; former Director, International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development, Kitakyushu

Nobuyuki Idei, Chairman of the Advisory Board of Sony Corporation; Board of Directors, Baidu

Noriyuki Inoue, Chairman and CEO, Daikin Industries, Ltd.

Dato Seri Mohamed Jawhar, Chairman and CEO, Institute of Strategic International Studies (ISIS), Malaysia

Motoo Kaji, Professor Emeritus, University of Tokyo

Kasem Kasemsri, Honorary Chairman, Thailand-U.S. Business Council, Bangkok; Chairman, Advisory Board, Chart Thai Party; Chairman, Thai-Malaysian Association; former Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand

Koichi Kato, Member, Japanese House of Representatives; former Secretary-General, Liberal Democratic Party

K. Kesavapany, Director, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore

Kim Kihwan, International Advisor, Goldman Sachs, Asia, Seoul; Chair, Seoul Financial Forum; former Korean Ambassador-at-Large for Economic Affairs

Kim Kyung-Won, President Emeritus, Seoul Forum for International Affairs, Seoul; former Korean Ambassador to the United States and the United Nations; Senior Advisor, Kim & Chang Law Office

Kakutaro Kitashiro, Senior Advisor, IBM Japan, Ltd.; Chairman, KEIZAI DOYUKAI (Japan Association of Corporate Executives)

Shoichiro Kobayashi, Advisor, Kansai Electric Power Company, Ltd.

*Yotaro Kobayashi, Chief Corporate Advisor, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.; Pacific Asia Chairman, Trilateral Commission

Akira Kojima, Chairman, Japan Center for Economic Research ( JCER )

Koo John, Chairman, LS Cable Ltd.; Chairman, LS Industrial Systems Co.; Seoul

Kenji Kosaka, Member, Japanese House of Representatives; former Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology

*Lee Hong-Koo, Chairman, Seoul Forum for International Affairs, Seoul; former Korean Prime Minister; former Korean Ambassador to the United Kingdom and the United States

Lee In-ho, University Professor, Myongji University, Seoul; former President, Korea Foundation; former Korean Ambassador to Finland and Russia

Lee Jay Y., Vice President, Corporate Strategy Office, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Seoul

Lee Kyungsook Choi, President, Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul

Lee Shin-wha, Professor & Director of PEL (Politics, Economics and Law) Program, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Korea University, Seoul

Adrianto Machribie, Chairman, PT Freeport Indonesia, Jakarta

*Minoru Makihara, Senior Corporate Advisor, Mitsubishi Corporation

Hiroshi Mikitani, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Rakuten, Inc.

Yoshihiko Miyauchi, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ORIX Corporation

Isamu Miyazaki, Honorary Advisor, Daiwa Institute of Research, Ltd.; former Director-General of the Japanese Economic Planning Agency

Yuzaburo Mogi, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Kikkoman Corporation

Mike Moore, former Director-General, World Trade Organization, Geneva; Member, New Zealand Privy Council, Auckland; former Prime Minister of New Zealand

Hugh Morgan, Principal, First Charnock, Melbourne, Australia

Moriyuki Motono, former President, Foreign Affairs Society; former Japanese Ambassador to France

Jiro Murase, Managing Partner, Bingham McCutchen Murase, New York

*Minoru Murofushi, Counselor, ITOCHU Corporation

Osamu Nagayama, President and CEO, Chugai Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.

Masao Nakamura, President and Chief Executive Officer, NTT Docomo Inc.

Masashi Nishihara, President, Research Institute for Peace and Security

Roberto F. de Ocampo,Chairman, Board of Advisors, RFO Center for Public Finance & Regional Economic Cooperation, Manila; former Philippine Secretary of Finance

Sadako Ogata, President, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA); former United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

*Shijuro Ogata, former Deputy Governor, Japan Development Bank; former Deputy Governor for International Relations, Bank of Japan; Pacific Asia Deputy Chairman, Trilateral  Commission

Sozaburo Okamatsu, President, Industrial Property Cooperation Center; former Chairman, Research Institute of Economy, Trade & Industry (RIETI)

*Yoshio Okawara, President, Institute for International Policy Studies; former Japanese Ambassador to the United States

Yoichi Okita, Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies

Ariyoshi Okumura, Chairman, Lotus Corporate Advisory, Inc.

Anand Panyarachun, Chairman, Thai Industrial Federation; Chairman, Saha-Union Public Company, Ltd.; former Prime Minister of Thailand; Bangkok

Ryu Jin Roy, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Poongsan Corp., Seoul

Eisuke Sakakibara, Professor, Waseda University; former Japanese Vice Minister of Finance for International Affairs

SaKong Il, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Institute for Global Economics, Seoul; former Korean Minister of Finance

Yoshiyasu Sato, Advisor, Tokyo Electric Power Co. Ltd.; former Japanese Ambassador to China

Yukio Satoh, President, The Japan Institute of International Affairs; former Japanese Ambassador to the United Nations

Sachio Semmoto, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, EMOBILE, Ltd.

Masahide Shibusawa, President, Shibusawa Ei’ichi Memorial Foundation

Yasuhisa Shiozaki, Former Chief Cabinet Secretary; former Senior Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs; Member, Japanese House of Representatives; former Parliamentary Vice Minister for Finance

Arifin Siregar, Chairman of the Governing Board, Indonesian Council on World Affairs (ICWA); former International Advisor, Goldman Sachs (Pacific Asia) LLC; former Ambassador of Indonesia to the United States; Jakarta

Jacob Soetoyo, Director and Shareholder of P.T.Gesit Maju Corporation; Jakarta

Shigemitsu Sugisaki, Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs Japan Co., Ltd.; former Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund ( IMF)

Tsuyoshi Takagi, President, JTUC-Rengo (Japanese Trade Union Confederation)

Keizo Takemi,Former Member, Japanese House of Councillors; former State Secretary for Foreign Affairs; former Vice Minister for Health, Labour and Welfare, Tokyo; Research Fellow, Harvard School of Public

Akihiko Tanaka, Professor, University of Tokyo

Hitoshi Tanaka, Senior Fellow, Japan Center for International Exchange; former Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs

Naoki Tanaka, President, Center for International Public Policy Studies

Teh Kok Peng, President, GIC Special Investments Private Ltd., Singapore

Kiyoshi Tsugawa, Executive Adviser & Member of Japan Advisory Board, Lehman Brothers Japan, Inc.; Member of the Board, Aozora Bank

Junichi Ujiie, Chairman, Nomura Holdings, Inc.

Sarasin Viraphol, Executive Vice President, Charoen Pokphand Co., Ltd., Bangkok; former Deputy Permanent Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Thailand

Cesar E. A. Virata, Corporate Vice Chairman and Acting Chief Executive Officer, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC), Manila; former Prime Minister of Philippines

*Jusuf Wanandi, Vice Chairman, Board of Trustees, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta

Etsuya Washio, President, The Foundation for Workers Welfare and Cooperative Insurance; former President, Japanese Trade Union Confederation (RENGO)

Koji Watanabe, Senior Fellow, Japan Center for International Exchange; former Japanese Ambassador to Russia

Osamu Watanabe, Executive Vice President, Japan Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd.

Taizo Yakushiji, Executive Member, Council for Science and Technology Policy of the Cabinet Office of Japan

Tadashi Yamamoto, President, Japan Center for International Exchange; Pacific Asia Director, Trilateral Commission

Noriyuki Yonemura, Chairman, Japan Small and Medium Enterprise Management Consultants Association 

Former Members in Public Service

Hisashi Owada, Judge, International Court of Justice

 

 

Participants from Other Areas

“Triennium Participants”

André Azoulay, Adviser to H.M. King Mohammed VI, Rabat, Morocco

Morris Chang, Chairman, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Taipei, Taiwan

Omar Davies, Member of the Jamaican Parliament and Opposition Spokesman on Finance, Kingston, Jamaica; former Minister of Finance and Planning

Hüsnü Dogan, General Coordinator, Nurol Holding; former Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Development Foundation of Turkey; former Minister of Defence, Ankara, Turkey

Alejandro Foxley, Chilean Minister of Foreign Affairs, Valparaiso, Chile

Jacob A. Frenkel, Vice Chairman, American International Group, Inc. (AIG) and Chairman, AIG’s Global Economic Strategies Group, New York, NY; Chairman, Group of Thirty; former Chairman, Merrill Lynch International London; former Governor, Bank of Israel

Victor K. Fung, Chairman, Li & Fung; Chairman, Prudential Asia Ltd., Hong Kong

Frene Ginwala, former Speaker of the National Assembly, Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, Cape Town, South Africa

H.R.H. Prince El Hassan bin Talal, President, The Club of Rome; Moderator of the World Conference on Religion and Peace; Chairman, Arab Thought Forum, Amman, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

Ricardo Hausmann, Professor of the Practice of Economic Development, Center for International Development, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA;  former Chief Economist, Inter-American Development Bank; former Venezuelan Minister of Planning and Member of the Board of the Central Bank of Venezuela

Sergei Karaganov, Dean, School of World Economics and International Affairs, State University–Higher School of Economics; Chairman, Presidium of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy; Chairman, Editorial Board, “Russia in Global Affairs,” Moscow

Jeffrey L.S. Koo, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chinatrust Investment, Bank, Taipei, Taiwan

Richard Li, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Century Group Holdings Ltd., Hong Kong

Ricardo Lopez Murphy, Visiting Research Fellow, Latin American Economic Research Foundation, Buenos Aires, Argentina; former Argentinian Finance Minister and Defence Minister

Andrónico Luksic Craig, Vice Chairman, Banco de Chile, Santiago, Chile

Qin Yaqing, Vice President, China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing, China; Vice President, China National Association for International Studies

Itamar Rabinovich, Ettinger Chair of Contemporary Middle Eastern History, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel; Charles and Andrea Bronfman Distinguished Fellow at the Saban Center, The Brookings Institution; Distinguished Global Professor at New York University; Visiting Professor, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; former Ambassador to the United States

Rüsdü Saracoglu, President of the Finance Group, Koç Holding; Chairman, Makro Consulting, Istanbul, Turkey; former State Minister and Member of the Turkish Parliament; former Governor of the Central Bank of Turkey

Roberto Egydio Setubal, President and Chief Executive Officer, Banco Itaú S.A. and Banco Itaú Holding Financeira S.A., Sao Paulo, Brazil

Stan Shih, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Acer Group, Taipei, Taiwan

Wang Jisi, Dean, School of International Studies, Peking University, Beijing, China

Gordon Wu, Chairman and Managing Director, Hopewell Holdings Ltd., Hong Kong

Wu Jianmin, President, China Foreign Affairs University; Executive Vice President, China National Association for International Studies, Beijing, China

Grigory A. Yavlinsky, Chairman and Co-Founder of the Russian Democratic Party “Yabloko” and former Member of the State Duma; Chairman of the Center for Economic and Political Research, Moscow, Russian Federation

Yu Xintian, President, Shanghai Institute for International Studies, Shanghai, China

Yuan Ming, Vice Dean, School of International Studies, Peking University, Beijing, China

Zhang Yunling, Director, Academic Division of International Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Beijing, China

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H1N1 Vaccine News Compilation

Posted on October 24, 2009. Filed under: General Info | Tags: , , |

I am posting this information purely for the convenience of my readers. I have received a lot of inquiries regarding the H1N1 vaccine. Here is data myself and readers have found. I present it to you not as a means of influence, but only so you may make an informed decision on whether or not to take the vaccine. Only you can say what is right for you and your family:

Here is a thread JoAnne Moretti, from http://joannemor.blogster.com/ , came across, then sent to me, where a forum member named angndon left the following info along w/the link to the site where found it:

http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=128176.msg787484#msg787484

Baxter is the same company involved in the Feb 2008 Heparin recall (made from linings of pig intestines).  http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601202&sid=aibui6w732oY&refer=healthcare

Aug. 2008- Baxter files patent for swine flu vaccine an entire year before first outbreak occurred http://www.theoneclickgroup.co.uk/documents/vaccines/Baxter%20Vaccine%20Patent%20Application.pdf

Dec 2008 – Baxter Receives EMEA Positive Opinion for CELVAPAN, the First Cell Culture-based Pandemic Avian Flu Vaccine  http://www.baxter.com/about_baxter/press_room/press_releases/2008/12_18_08_celvapan.html

Feb 2008- Baxter accidently contaminates human flu vaccine components with live avian viruses and ships the products off to 18 countries.
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=aTo3LbhcA75I

http://www.torontosun.com/news/canada/2009/02/27/8560781.html

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Health–Science/Science/Virus-mix-up-by-lab-could-have-resulted-in-pandemic/articleshow/4230882.cms

Feb. 2008 – Indonesia accuses US of Bird Flu Plot
http://www.smh.com.au/news/world/indonesia-accuses-us-of-bird-flu-plot/2008/02/19/1203190823829.html

March 2009 – Baxter swine flu vaccine patent is published http://www.theoneclickgroup.co.uk/documents/vaccines/Baxter%20Vaccine%20Patent%20Application.pdf

April 2009 – Swine flu outbreak starts with a boy in La Gloria, Mexico (50 miles from Baxter’s plant in mexico) http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/04/29/swine.flu.patient.zero/index.html
Here is the plant: http://www.baxter.com/about_baxter/press_room/press_releases/2008/12_19_08_industryweek.html

May 2009 Baxter announces it’s working on a swine flu vaccine (using CELVAPAN)
http://www.baxter.com/about_baxter/press_room/press_releases/2009/05_07_09-A-H1N1.html

June 11, 2009 WHO declares Pandemic
http://www.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idUSTRE55A1U720090611?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews&rpc=22&sp=true

June 12, 2009 – Baxter Advances to Full-Scale Production of A/H1N1 Vaccine   (using CDC’s strain of A/H1N1 Vaccine given to them in May). http://www.baxter.com/about_baxter/press_room/press_releases/2009/06_12_09-A-H1N1.html

July 16, 2009 – Baxter CEO: Co Has Orders For 80 Million H1N1 Flu Vaccine  http://www.nasdaq.com/aspx/stock-market-news-story.aspx?storyid=200907161012dowjonesdjonline000709&title=baxter-ceo-co-has-orders-for-80-million-h1n1-flu-vaccine-doses 

Aug. 5, 2009 – CDC further study has shown that this new virus is very different from what normally circulates in North American pigs. It has two genes from flu viruses that normally circulate in pigs in Europe and Asia and bird (avian) genes and human genes. http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/qa.htm

 Baxter To Develop Swine Flu Vaccine Despite Bird Flu Scandal

Steve Watson, Infowars.net
Monday, April 27, 2009

http://www.infowars.net/articles/april2009/270409Baxter.htm
A U.S. based pharmaceutical company that just weeks ago was involved in a scandal involving vaccines tainted with deadly avian flu virus has been chosen to head up efforts to produce a vaccine for the Mexican swine flu that has seemingly migrated into the U.S. and Europe.

Baxter confirmed over the weekend that it is working with the World Health Organization on a potential vaccine to curb the deadly swine flu virus that is blamed for scores of deaths in Mexico and has emerged as a threat in the U.S., reports the Chicago Tribune.

Baxter has previously worked with governments all over the globe to develop and produce vaccines to protect against infectious disease or potential threats from bioterrorism. After 9/11 Baxter helped supply stockpiles of a smallpox vaccine and in 2003 the company was contracted to develop a vaccine to combat the SARS virus. In 2006 the UK Government announced plans designed to inoculate every person in the country with Baxter’s vaccines in the event of a flu pandemic.

However, Baxter has a very recent and most disturbing connection to flu vaccines.

As reported by multiple sources last month, including the Times of India, vaccines contaminated with deadly live H5N1 avian flu virus were distributed to 18 countries last December by a lab at an Austrian branch of Baxter.

It was only by providence that the batch was first tested on ferrets in the Czech Republic, before being shipped out for injection into humans. The ferrets all died and the shocking discovery was made.

Czech newspapers immediately questioned whether the events were part of a conspiracy to deliberately provoke a pandemic, following up on accusations already made by health officials in other countries.

Initially, Baxter attempted to stonewall questions by invoking “trade secrets” and refused to reveal how the vaccines were contaminated with H5N1. After increased pressure they then claimed that pure H5N1 batches were sent by accident.

Since the probability of mixing a live virus biological weapon with vaccine material by accident is virtually impossible, this leaves no other explanation than that the contamination was a deliberate attempt to weaponize the H5N1 virus to its most potent extreme and distribute it via conventional flu vaccines to the population who would then infect others to a devastating degree as the disease went airborne.

The fact that Baxter mixed the deadly H5N1 virus with a mix of H3N2 seasonal flu viruses is the smoking gun. The H5N1 virus on its own has killed hundreds of people, but it is less airborne and more restricted in the ease with which it can spread. However, when combined with seasonal flu viruses, which as everyone knows are super-airborne and easily spread, the effect is a potent, super-airbone, super deadly biological weapon.

Indeed, some have already suggested that the current scare could represent the use of such a weapon.

Now it has been announced that Baxter is seeking a sample of the potentially lethal never before seen form of swine/avian/human flu virus in order to assist the World Health Organization in developing a new vaccine, reaping billions in the process.

Why should Baxter be trusted, when they have already been proven to be at the very least criminally negligent, and at worst a prime suspect in attempting to carry off one of the most heinous crimes in the history of mankind?

The company has already put the safety of the entire human race at risk, and now, just a few weeks later, we’re expected to invest our confidence in them and take their shots with a smile and a still tongue?

As Mike Adams of Natural News has commented, “If you mail an envelope full of anthrax to your Senator, you get arrested as a terrorist. So why is Baxter — which mailed samples of a far more deadly viral strain to labs around the world — getting away with saying, essentially, ‘Oops?'”

WHO officials are reportedly still closely monitoring the investigation into Baxter’s contaminated flu vaccines, seemingly they are not too concerned. Perhaps we should be.

 What are Obama’s investments in biotech companies developing flu vaccine?

 http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5udza_agenda-21_news

Posted on Saturday, July 25, 2009 1:06:47 AM by FromLori

George W. Bush announced the International Partnership on Avian and Pandemic Influenza at the United Nations General Assembly on September 14, 2005, placing the US under UN and WHO law in the event of a pandemic “emergency”.

Earlier that year, in April, 2005, Barack Obama introduced the first comprehensive bill to deal with the bird flu threat, the Avian act. According to reports, Obama made significant investments in biotech companies involved in the development of bird and swine flu.

—– Obama’s ties to Baxter in addition to Chicago HQ February 22, 2005

“Less than two months after ascending to the United States Senate, Barack Obama bought more than $50,000 worth of stock in two speculative companies whose major investors included some of his biggest political donors.

One of the companies was a biotech concern that was starting to develop a drug to treat avian flu. In March 2005, two weeks after buying about $5,000 of its shares, Mr. Obama took the lead in a legislative push for more federal spending to battle the disease.”

“But he put $50,000 to $100,000 into an account at UBS, which his aides say was recommended to him by a wealthy friend, George W. Haywood, who was also a major investor in both Skyterra and AVI BioPharma, public securities filings show.”

“Within two weeks of his purchase of the biotech stock that Feb. 22, Mr. Obama initiated what he has called “one of my top priorities since arriving in the Senate,” a push to increase federal financing to fight avian flu.”

“His first step came on March 4, 2005, when the Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved his request for $25 million to help contain the disease in Asia; the full Senate later approved that measure. And in April 2005, he introduced a bill calling for more research on avian flu drugs and urging the government to increase its stockpiles of antiviral medicines.

Mr. Obama repeated this call in a letter that Aug. 9 to Michael O. Levitt, the health and human services secretary. And in September 2005, Mr. Obama and Senator Tom Harkin, Democrat of Iowa, succeeded in amending another bill to provide $3.8 billion for battling the flu.

Meanwhile, the drug company in which he invested, AVI BioPharma, had been working to develop its own medicine to treat avian flu victims. In a conference call with Wall Street analysts on March 8, 2005, the company’s chairman, Denis R. Burger, said the firm was “aggressively going forward” with its avian flu research and hoped to work with federal agencies on it.”

 

10/15/2009 From the wordpress blog Ahrcanum comes the following post:

 http://ahrcanum.wordpress.com/2009/10/15/baxter-h1n1-vaccine-celvapan-to-german-soldiers/

Baxter Pharmaceutical Company has been approved to provide upwards of 250,000 doses of Celvapan, a different H1N1 Swine Flu vaccine for German soldiers than German citizens.

…the more compatible vaccine for the soldiers will not contain any contended additives nor will it contain any mercury preservatives, has been reported by the Bielefelder “Westfalen-Blatt” under reference to military sources. Its about the Serum Celvapan manufactured by Baxter, original source in German http://de.news.yahoo.com/2/20091012/tts-soldaten-bekommen-angeblich-besonder-c1b2fc3.html  and highlighted by 
http://www.fightbackh1n1.com/2009/10/german-soldiers-to-receive-different.html 

The other other EU-approved vaccines Pandemrix, made by British firm GlaxoSmithKline, and Focetria, manufactured by Swiss company Novartis contain controversial strengthening additive adjuvants and the preservative agent mercury, both of which appear to be contained in the shots.

Has the German government, in the interest of its “Homeland” security realized that the standard issue vaccine is too dangerous a risk?  If Pandemrix and Focetria side effects are too risky for one group, wouldn’t common sense dictate it is not safe for any group?  Common sense has been thrown out the door with PanFlu.

The German government, like most are doing the vaccine propaganda dance.  With a variety of vaccines now approved throughout the world, are governments hedging bets on selective eugenics and who gets which vaccination and where it is distributed?

The Germans used phenol  in killing Jews during the holocaust and the vaccine they just approved may in fact contain the closely related chemical Triton X100, a know carcinogen used in Baxter’s  U.S. patent application on Method for Producing Vaccines.  Traditionally companies apply for an international patent at the same time.  http://www.theoneclickgroup.co.uk/documents/vaccines/Baxter%20Vaccine%20Patent%20Application.pdf  Incidentally this patent was applied for two years prior to the H1N1 Pandemic http://ahrcanum.wordpress.com/2009/09/18/swine-flu-vaccine-patent-conspiracy/

Celvapan patient insert lists some patient warnings and ingredients: http://www.emea.europa.eu/humandocs/PDFs/EPAR/celvapan/package_leaflet/emea-pl-h982pu17en.pdf 

The virus was propagated in mammalian cells.  That’s not chicken scratch! Monkeys have been a common source for growing viruses as are human diploid cells- you know, the aborted fetus cells.   There is also news of  growing the virus in dog kidneys.  Arf, arf.

In one trial of Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 Monovalent MF59-Adjuvanted Vaccine- from Novartis http://content.nejm.org/cgi/content/full/NEJMoa0907650v1 –

The seed virus was grown in Madin–Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) cell culture by means of standard processes similar to those used for the development of Optaflu vaccines against interpandemic influenza. The vaccine was formulated and produced by Novartis (Marburg, Germany) as an inactivated surface-antigen H1N1 vaccine…

Our vaccine was produced from a classical egg-derived seed virus propagated in a MDCK cell line.. Optaflu®  is the first influenza vaccine made in a mammalian cell line, rather than chicken eggs. http://ahrcanum.wordpress.com/2009/10/12/h1n1-swine-flu-vaccine-grown-in-dog-cells/

By all accounts Celvapan is the second influenza vaccine made in a mammalian cell line that has been approved. Optaflu was approved April 27, 2007  in the EU- wiki

The other notable ingredients from the Celvapan patient insert is the use of  Polysorbate 80.

According to Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, Volume 95, Number 6, December 2005 , pp. 593-599(7), “it is of current relevance as a ‘hidden’ inductor of anaphylactoid reactions”, and “Polysorbate 80 was identified as the causative agent for the anaphylactoid reaction of nonimmunologic origin in the patient. Conclusions: Polysorbate 80 is a ubiquitously used solubilizing agent that can cause severe nonimmunologic anaphylactoid reactions.”

Put in plain English, polysorbate 80 can affect your immune system and cause severe anaphylactic shock which can kill.  The study included a pregnant woman who suffered anaphylactic shock after being given a IV drip of multi-vitamins containing polysorbate 80. http://infertility.suite101.com/article.cfm/polysorbate_80_causes_infertility

Did we forget to mention the insert also says Celvapan contains formaldehyde, benzonase, and sucrose?  Mmmm, wash that down with a good German beer while you read http://www.emea.europa.eu/humandocs/PDFs/EPAR/celvapan/H-982-en1.pdf  the public document.

Baxter International completed its first commercial batches of the H1N1 vaccine in late July 2009.  ”The swine flu vaccine, to be sold under the brand name Celvapan, is made using Baxter’s cell culture process.”  http://www.reuters.com/article/internal_ReutersNewsRoom_ExclusivesAndWins_MOLT/idUSTRE5746VY20090805 Now go back up in this post and re- read about the virus being cultivated in a mammalian cell line!!!!!!!!!!!  Damned, that was some pretty fast production as well.  Say nothing of claims that vaccine makers have been experimenting with nanoparticles as a way to “turbo charge” vaccines for several years.

Baxter sent vaccines contaminated with deadly live H5N1 avian flu virus to 18 countries before someone caught the mistake and the vaccine got injected thousands of people.   Baxter just missed creating its own pandemic then by mixing  deadly H5N1 virus with a mix of H3N2 seasonal flu viruses, or did they?  By possibly creating the pandemic, maybe Baxter already has the cure and that is why WHO has deemed them the appropriate pharmaceutical company to lead the way for a swine flu vaccine.  Keep in mind- Just 50 miles from the H1N1 ground zero outbreak in Mexico City, lies Baxter’s manufacturing plant in Cuernavaca, Mexico. http://ahrcanum.wordpress.com/2009/05/05/baxter-pharmaceutical-plant-in-mexico-ground-zero-for-flu-outbreak/

Baxter “is not able to distribute pandemic vaccine in the U.S., because the U.S. government requires license for a seasonal vaccine first, and Baxter doesn’t currently have that license,” says Chris Bona, a spokesman for Baxter Biosciences.  

Good luck to the German Army and anyone else who chooses to get vaccinated.

October 24, 2009 Concerns about H1N1 vaccine safety snowball in Germany from The Hindu

http://beta.thehindu.com/health/article38117.ece?homepage=true#

Concerns about the safety of H1N1 vaccine in Germany has snowballed and appears to derail the vaccination programme.

Only about 12 per cent of people have expressed their willingness to be vaccinated and another 19 per cent have indicated that they would probably have the vaccine.

The controversy is about the use of adjuvant in H1N1 vaccine. Adjuvant is a substance that is added to the vaccine to improve body’s response, and its use will reduce the amount of inactivated virus needed for an effective dose.

What started as concerns expressed by a few physicians about the safety of vaccine containing an adjuvant has now become a major issue.

Michael Kochen, President of the German College of General Practitioners and Family Physicians was quoted as saying in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) that “Pandemrix [H1N1 vaccine containing an adjuvant] has not been sufficiently tested to be declared safe for millions of people, especially small children and pregnant women.”

He has apparently told BMJ that he will not take the vaccine and has also advised other doctors not to take it. Pandemrix is manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline.

But what made things worse was a report by Der Spiegel magazine that the Federal Interior Ministry had bought 2,00,000 doses of Celvapan, an adjuvant-free vaccine to be used by top government officials. Celvapen is manufactured by Baxter.

The Defence Ministry had later confirmed the procurement of Celvapen, and according to BMJ, it was intended for use by Bundeswehr soldiers and their families on foreign deployments or preparing for missions abroad.

The German Medical Association has now advised against giving the adjuvant vaccine to children and pregnant women.

However, the World Health Organisation recommends the use of an adjuvant as it would increase the number of people who can be vaccinated. The European Medicines Agency had cleared Pandemrix and Celvapen for H1N1 vaccination.

Pandemrix was also approved for use by Germany’s Paul Ehrlich Institute, which advises the government on vaccination matters. However, the Federal Vaccination Agency, another government body, has contradicted the institute and has advised against the use of vaccines containing adjuvant.

Wolf-Dieter Ludwig, Chairman of the German Medical Association’s Drug Commission had described the swine flu vaccination programme as a “scandal.” According to BMJ, Dr. Ludwig thinks that Pandemrix has not been adequately tested. However, he thinks the same about Baxter’s adjuvant-free H1N1 vaccine Celvapan, too.

GlaxoSmithKline in a press release dated October 23 announced that more than 150,000 people had received Pandemrix, as part of government initiated vaccination programmes across Europe. Additionally, over 2,000 people have received Pandemrix in clinical trials which are ongoing. The company has not raised any safety concerns about its product.

RESOLUTION FROM THE COUNTRY OF HAWAII

http://fluscam.com/RESOLUTION_files/County%20of%20Hawaii%20Swine%20FLU%20Resolution%20of%20Religious%20Freedom.pdf

A RESOLUTION FOR A COUNTY OF HAWAII ORDINANCE EXTENDING THE HAWAII

REVISED STATUTE, TITLE 19, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, GRANTING RELIGIOUS

EXEMPTIONS FROM FLU VACCINATIONS, RECOGNIZING THE DECLARED

PANDEMIC, AND DANGER OF A LOCAL EPIDEMIC FROM SEASONAL, H1N1 AND

H5N1 INFLUENZAS

WHEREAS, Hawaii Revised Statutes, Title 19, Department of Health, Chapter 321, Section 11,

Subjects of Health Rules, states: ” No child shall be subjected to . . . vaccination, revaccination,

or immunization, whose parent or guardian objects in writing thereto on grounds that the

requirements are not in accordance with the religious tenets of an established church of which

the parent or guardian is a member or adherent….no objection shall be recognized when, in the

opinion of the department, there is danger of an epidemic from any communicable disease;”

[HRS §321-11 (2005 Cumulative Supplement)];

WHEREAS, the United States Constitution is the law of the land, and any law, including state

law, which is inconsistent with the US Constitution is superseded by the US Constitution;

WHEREAS, Constitutional Amendment I states that Congress shall make no law respecting an

establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; Amendment IV secures the

right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable

searches and seizures; and Amendment V states, that “No person shall be . . . deprived of life,

liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public

use, without just compensation; and Amendment XIV, Section 1, guarantees that “no state shall

make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the

United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due

process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

WHEREAS, proposed swine flu live viral vaccines are neither adequately tested nor proven safe

or effective;

WHEREAS, the health and natural immunological adequacy of the human body represents

private property not to be taken or compromised for “public use, without just compensation”

respecting the U.S. Constitution;

WHEREAS, stockpiled flu vaccines contain many certified toxic ingredients including mercury,

and squaline adjuvants, scientifically linked to neurological and immunological diseases; and

animal tissues, viral proteins, and genetic materials from various species of germs and culture

media that certainly prompt autoimmune diseases in many persons as well as raise cancer risks;

WHEREAS, live viruses used in swine flu vaccines can easily mutate to become more deadly

causing unpredicted diseases and contagion that can spread from vaccinated persons to others

vaccinated or unvaccinated;

WHEREAS, world leading virologists and genetics experts have concluded the swine flu

currently circulating was laboratory generated; even possibly designed to have its damaging

impact on people amplified by circulating seasonal flu viruses, or others “accidentally” released

from laboratories as reported in the national news, including the H5N1 “avain flu” virus spread

by Baxter, Corporation to 18 European nations;

WHEREAS, the unprecedented Department of Health’s 2009 flu response plan calls for people,

especially children, to receive three or four different live flu virus vaccines simultaneously,

contraindicated by scientific evidence, not proven safe or effective, violates common sense, and

is especially dangerous considering expected recombinations of new laboratory-engineered live

flu viruses in these vaccines mutating with other viruses resident in the human body at the same

time (e.g., seasonal influenza) potentially gaining lethality, and/or undermining natural

immunity, and producing more diseases in people locally and globally;

WHEREAS, Federal officials classify the bird flu virus (H5N1) as a “biological weapon,” and

consider this, and potentially the swine flu recombining with the avian flu, a “national security”

risk; and have placed the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) above all Federal agencies

coordinating emergency responsiveness for “biodefense;” and

WHEREAS the CIA operates covertly and largely on behalf of large multi-national corporations,

including those financed by the Carlyle Group, according to the Congressional Record and

expert testimony in national headline news reports;

WHEREAS, officials influencing CIA covert operations, including past CIA director and past

President George H.W. Bush, and his Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, hold obvious

conflicting interests in the Carlyle Group with persons and companies associated with swine flu

vaccine and Tamiflu manufacturing; and

WHEREAS, Federal officials have grossly neglected approximately 15 million American

children, and as many as 60 million adults, receiving psychotropic drugs for phobias and

depression, illnesses made worse by repeated widespread rebroadcasting of swine flu death

warnings using statistics that pale by comparison to normal seasonal flus;

WHEREAS, Federal officials are implicated for conspiring with drug industrialists to abuse the

news media to increase demand and sales for flu vaccinations through fear as explicitly revealed

in a classified publication of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) that sponsored a conference

for vaccine manufacturing executives entitled “7-Step Recipes to Increase Demand for Flu

Vaccination;”

WHEREAS, the best ways to be protected from any flu are grossly neglected by Federal and

State officials, including nutritional and lifestyle behaviors in addition to simple hand-washings

or mask-wearing that naturally boost healthy immunity;

WHEREAS, persons who refuse swine flu and regular flu vaccines in 2009, and thereafter, may

be threatened with arrest, imprisoned, or held indefinitely in internment camps established by

FEMA for so-called “quarantine,” with no liability whatsoever of health officials, or “deputized”

emergency responders, for any harm that may be caused to persons or property resulting from

these officials’ actions;

WHEREAS, Federal and State health officials are intending to accept command from World

Health Organization (WHO) officials, representing a foreign institution heavily influenced by

certain pharmaceutical industrialists, to use international law to justify American martial law;”

THEREFORE, due to:

1) the un-American unconstitutionality of forced vaccinations that compel people to violate bible

laws and their religion convictions;

2) vitally important natural immunity that is degraded by repeated doses of chemicals, heavy

metals, and biological intoxications from multiple vaccinations;

3) insufficient scientific evidence proving flu vaccine safety or efficacy;

4) obviously conflicting financial interests among influential political and corporate entities

promoting the psychosocially debilitating, even deadly, 2009 flu fright and multi-vaccination

preparations;

5) the unprecedented problematic nature of administering multiple flu vaccines simultaneously,

risking more deadly pandemics as a result expected mutations; and

6) robbing people of the freedom to choose to vaccinate or not, quarantine or not, or risk losing

their health and God-given gift of natural immunity against diseases, or not, without adequate

compensation for damages, loss of property, life, liberty, or the pursuit of happiness required

under the US Constitution, that supersedes Federal and State statutory laws.

BE IT RESOLVED that the County of Hawaii Council extends the right to exercise religious

freedom, as per the Hawaii Revised Statutes, Title 19, Department of Health, Chapter 321,

Section 11 health rules, to exempt religious families, by their choice and declaration of religious

conviction, from the 2009 Flu vaccination program, suspending the obligatory statement therein

pertaining to a health official’s declaration of epidemic or pandemic for this swine flu season.

The document continues

 

Background Information and Discussion

Potential Vaccination Risks, etc… and would be a good source of information. In that part of the document comes the following ingredient list for the vaccine:

 

2. THE SWINE FLU VACCINE CONTAINS DANGEROUS & LIFE-THREATENING FILLERS: ADJUVANTS,

ANIMAL TISSUES, VIRAL AND BACTERIAL PROTEINS, AND LIVE VIRUSES.

What is in this injection seriously concerns us. One of the most dangerous substances is

squalene. There are over two-dozen animal studies that show squalenes ability to induce

autoimmunity. Research at this point suggests squalene seems heavily associated with the

debilitating and life destroying Gulf War Syndrome. There is a serious risk that the Gulf War

Syndrome could break out amongst the general public who are vaccinated. Of course this

autoimmune syndrome will not show up after one week of shame human vaccine trials, as will

not autism, Guillain–Barre syndrome, and an assortment of autoimmune disorders including type

1 diabetes. In one study of over 100,000 vaccinated children in Finland, had an increased rate of

type 1 diabetes by 147%. The lack of sufficient testing on this experimental live virus vaccine

raises many concerns. There are no criteria on its efficacy or valid statistics to speak of. During

the 1976 swine flu scare, the swine flu vaccine itself killed hundreds & sickened countless

others.

Author of Emerging Viruses: AIDS And Ebola: Nature, Accident or Intentional?, Dr. Leonard

Horowitz says the swine-bird-human flu strain, reported to be found first in Mexico in late-

March 2009, could have only come from Dr James S. Robertson and his colleagues in

association with the US Centre for Disease Control and vaccine manufacturer Novavax, Inc,

which was ready to profit from the release he says. Nobody else takes H5N1 Asian-flu infected

chickens, takes them to Europe, extracts their DNA, combines their proteins with H1N1 viruses

from the 1918 Spanish flu isolate, additionally mixes in some swine-flu genes from pigs, then

reverse engineers them to infect humans, he said.

http://uncensored.co.nz/2009/04/30/dr-horowitz-mexicanswine-flu-made-in-lab/

 

Another reader sent the following post from Resistnet. There is so much speculation going on with the declared State of Emergency a concerned citizen, Sam Adams,  submitted the following for your consideration:

 

http://www.resistnet.com/forum/topics/selffulfilling-prophecies-can

 

With the Declaration this morning by President Obama of a State of Emergency, the state of fear here on Twitter and in the blogosphere has escalated to new heights of – dare I say it – paranoia.

Perhaps the most influential piece today in spreading this paranoia is one by Marion Valentine of the Canadian Free Press. His article, dated October 24th 2009, entitled “Things to Watch For During a Declared National Emergency” paints today’s declaration as the first step in the Obama Administration’s plan to turn the U.S. into a communist dictatorship. http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/16142

People reading this today are going nuts!!

Valentine cites a list as long as your arm of executive orders giving the President all kinds of different powers over every agency in the government. AND today that long-feared Emergency Declaration was made. So. . .

Why can I turn on my TV and still watch Fox News?

Why are all of you still tweeting on Twitter? The way these blogs read, I should have been picked up 3 hours ago for what I’ve been putting on Twitter.

Why are any number of you still able to post up more and more frightening conspiracy blogs about this Emergency Declaration?

Because despite what too many of you fear, our President, does not have in this swine flu “crisis” enough of a crisis to enact the full scope of powers granted under these orders.

We all need a reality check here. This guy could not even block Fox News from interviewing the Pay Czar last week. And this week he becomes HITLER? Even Obama is not that skilled.

That said, I do see a real threat arising from this Emergency Declaration. I call it THE THREAT OF THE SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY

How does that threat work? Simple:

(1) President declares a state of emergency to empower HHS to cut through bureaucracy in the event H1N1 goes out of control;

(2) Conservative Bloggers (You know, the same bloggers this administration would like to clean off of the Internet) go into a panic and start writing about the coming Obama dictatorship;

(3) White House communications Czar Anita Dunn and her staff collect some of the more whacky commentaries and display them at a Monday news conference. They present these as proof the Internet must be policed, particularly in times of National Emergency.

(4) The Dunn news conference only serves to increase the panic, all of which is documented by the White House.

(5) The White House issues an order to all public and private hosting services to shut down all blog activity so as to control the potential for panic during this emergency.

So what is the lesson here? The more we panic, the more we invite the very problems we fear. This, my friends, is a self-fulfilling prophecy. Calm down, stay vigilant, and keep your cool.

My personal guess is that the Prez is doing this to create a crisis climate for the upcoming healthcare debate, just as he used H1N1 to get Kathleen Sibellius confirmed to HHS without any confirmation hearing. It worked once, they may be trying it again. Let’s not give them an added dividend – an excuse to shut down the many bloggers whose voice is important to our continuing freedom.

Now, if tomorrow, you wake up, turn on the radio and the Emergency Broadcasting Service is announcing that President Obama will be speaking to the nation in five minutes, well – at that point – all bets are off.

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Lord Moncton’s Case Tied Up In A Bow

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Last Friday we had the good fortune to get a head’s up from Lord Christopher Moncton. If you haven’t seen that video yet, start here: http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cf Then we learned from him on Monday Maurice Strong played a vastly important roll in all this http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cn and http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cv  which lead to an epiphany http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cz involving Agenda 21, which was discussed earlier here  http://wp.me/pxG9Z-8X . Thursday we learned about the Club of Rome, a powerful group of people including American ex-presidents and other world leaders, top business people and other “trusted” figures, and saw a video that spelled out their agenda and how it morphed into Agenda 21. You may watch the video here http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cH  Referred to in the video were two books. These books were controversial when published, but over time the authors, The Club of Rome, were able to “mainstream” them through lies, fake science, and indoctrination of our youth. I have provided free copies, as available, for you here:

Limits to Growth (”cliff notes” version – could not find full version in pdf)

 http://tinyurl.com/yk97v6e

Limits to Growth Revisited (30 year update)

 http://www.sustainer.org/pubs/limitstogrowth.pdf

The First World Revolution

http://www.archive.org/details/TheFirstGlobalRevolution

Other important documents I have offered along the way this week:

Here is the Minority Report, paid for by our own government, and given to our Congressional Members telling them why this science is bogus. Arm yourself with the real facts.  http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Files.View&FileStore_id=83947f5d-d84a-4a84-ad5d-6e2d71db52d9

Here is the UN Document on Agenda 21 : http://www.un.org/esa/dsd/agenda21/

Here is the Cap & Trade legislation (HR 2454) which passed in the House: http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h2454/show 

This is a chart from Liberty For Life detailing how insidious undue influence from these shadow organizations really are. You must print this .pdf chart and refer to it as we go through learning about what’s really going on. http://www.libertyforlife.com/nwo/2009Chart.pdf  This will illustrate the connections between The Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission and Bilderburg Group, showing how much they have infiltrated our government and educational institutions and just who these people are – many of whom, you already know.

Friday we learned about the impact of the Trilateral Commission on Agenda 21 and COP 15: http://wp.me/pxG9Z-d3  where we learned the following:

President George H.W. Bush later talked openly about creating a “New World Order”, which has since become a synonymous phrase. This paper attempts to tell the rest of the story, according to official and unofficial Commission sources and other available documents….  http://tinyurl.com/35vtw2 

“The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities. “  – Zbigniew Brzezinski, 1972, from book ”Between Two Ages” – free pdf of book: http://tinyurl.com/yhsfo3x

Sovereignty.net illustrates the timeline toward Global Governance with clickable links and is a very good resource for learning more about what got us to this point in our history. Timeline to Global Governance  http://www.sovereignty.net/timeline.html

Another of these groups is the Bilderburg Group- Here an introduction from The History Channel:

 

 

The Bilderburg meeting for 2008 was held in the US. Remember during the campaign when candidate Barack Obama ditched reporters who he had herded on his plane, then turned up missing along with Hilary Clinton? Well, that is because they wanted to attend the Bilderburg meeting without the press knowing about it. They are both members. From HongPong.com comes the following: http://tinyurl.com/yhry4nf

 

LiveLeak.com – Bilderberg Attendee List 2008
Chantilly, Virginia, USA
5-8 June 2008

CURRENT LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

Honorary Chairman
BEL Davignon, Etienne Vice Chairman, Suez-Tractebel

DEU Ackermann, Josef Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG
CAN Adams, John Associate Deputy Minister of National Defence and Chief of the Communications Security Establishment Canada
USA Ajami, Fouad Director, Middle East Studies Program, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University
USA Alexander, Keith B. Director, National Security Agency
INT Almunia, Joaquín Commissioner, European Commission
GRC Alogoskoufis, George Minister of Economy and Finance
USA Altman, Roger C. Chairman, Evercore Partners Inc.
TUR Babacan, Ali Minister of Foreign Affairs
NLD Balkenende, Jan Peter Prime Minister
PRT Balsemão, Francisco Pinto Chairman and CEO, IMPRESA, S.G.P.S.; Former Prime Minister
FRA Baverez, Nicolas Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
ITA Bernabè, Franco CEO, Telecom Italia Spa
USA Bernanke, Ben S. Chairman, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System
SWE Bildt, Carl Minister of Foreign Affairs
FIN Blåfield, Antti Senior Editorial Writer, Helsingin Sanomat
DNK Bosse, Stine CEO, TrygVesta
CAN Brodie, Ian Chief of Staff, Prime Minister’s Office
AUT Bronner, Oscar Publisher and Editor, Der Standard
FRA Castries, Henri de Chairman of the Management Board and CEO, AXA
ESP Cebrián, Juan Luis CEO, PRISA
CAN Clark, Edmund President and CEO, TD Bank Financial Group
GBR Clarke, Kenneth Member of Parliament
NOR Clemet, Kristin Managing Director, Civita
USA Collins, Timothy C. Senior Managing Director and CEO, Ripplewood Holdings, LLC
FRA Collomb, Bertrand Honorary Chairman, Lafarge
PRT Costa, António Mayor of Lisbon
USA Crocker, Chester A. James R. Schlesinger Professor of Strategic Studies
USA Daschle, Thomas A. Former US Senator and Senate Majority Leader
CAN Desmarais, Jr., Paul Chairman and co-CEO, Power Corporation of Canada
GRC Diamantopoulou, Anna Member of Parliament
USA Donilon, Thomas E. Partner, O’Melveny & Myers
ITA Draghi, Mario Governor, Banca d’Italia
AUT Ederer, Brigitte CEO, Siemens AG Österreich
CAN Edwards, N. Murray Vice Chairman, Candian Natural Resources Limited

DNK Eldrup, Anders President, DONG A/S
ITA Elkann, John Vice Chairman, Fiat S.p.A.
USA Farah, Martha J. Director, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience
Walter H. Annenberg Professor in the Natural Sciences, University of Pennsylvania
USA Feldstein, Martin S. President and CEO, National Bureau of Economic Research
DEU Fischer, Joschka Former Minister of Foreign Affairs
USA Ford, Jr., Harold E. Vice Chairman, Merill Lynch & Co., Inc.
CHE Forstmoser, Peter Professor for Civil, Corporation and Capital Markets Law, University of Zürich
IRL Gallagher, Paul Attorney General
USA Geithner, Timothy F. President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
USA Gigot, Paul Editorial Page Editor, The Wall Street Journal

IRL Gleeson, Dermot Chairman, AIB Group
NLD Goddijn, Harold CEO, TomTom
TUR Gö?ü?, Zeynep Journalist; Founder, EurActiv.com.tr
USA Graham, Donald E. Chairman and CEO, The Washington Post Company
NLD Halberstadt, Victor Professor of Economics, Leiden University; Former Honorary Secretary General of Bilderberg Meetings
USA Holbrooke, Richard C. Vice Chairman, Perseus, LLC
FIN Honkapohja, Seppo Member of the Board, Bank of Finland
INT Hoop Scheffer, Jaap G. de Secretary General, NATO
USA Hubbard, Allan B. Chairman, E & A Industries, Inc.
BEL Huyghebaert, Jan Chairman of the Board of Directors, KBC Group
DEU Ischinger, Wolfgang Former Ambassador to the UK and US
USA Jacobs, Kenneth Deputy Chairman, Head of Lazard U.S., Lazard Frères & Co. LLC
USA Johnson, James A. Vice Chairman, Perseus, LLC
SWE Johnstone, Tom President and CEO, AB SKF
USA Jordan, Jr., Vernon E. Senior Managing Director, Lazard Frères & Co. LLC
FRA Jouyet, Jean-Pierre Minister of European Affairs
GBR Kerr, John Member, House of Lords; Deputy Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell plc.
USA Kissinger, Henry A. Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.
DEU Klaeden, Eckart von Foreign Policy Spokesman, CDU/CSU
USA Kleinfeld, Klaus President and COO, Alcoa
TUR Koç, Mustafa Chairman, Koç Holding A.S.
FRA Kodmani, Bassma Director, Arab Reform Initiative
USA Kravis, Henry R. Founding Partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.
USA Kravis, Marie-Josée Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute, Inc.
INT Kroes, Neelie Commissioner, European Commission
POL Kwasniewski, Aleksander Former President
AUT Leitner, Wolfgang CEO, Andritz AG
ESP León Gross, Bernardino Secretary General, Office of the Prime Minister
INT Mandelson, Peter Commissioner, European Commission
FRA Margerie, Christophe de CEO, Total
CAN Martin, Roger Dean, Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
HUN Martonyi, János Professor of International Trade Law; Partner, Baker & McKenzie; Former Minister of Foreign Affairs
USA Mathews, Jessica T. President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

INT McCreevy, Charlie Commissioner, European Commission
USA McDonough, William J. Vice Chairman and Special Advisor to the Chairman, Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.
CAN McKenna, Frank Deputy Chair, TD Bank Financial Group
GBR McKillop, Tom Chairman, The Royal Bank of Scotland Group
FRA Montbrial, Thierry de President, French Institute for International Relations
ITA Monti, Mario President, Universita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi
USA Mundie, Craig J. Chief Research and Strategy Officer, Microsoft Corporation
NOR Myklebust, Egil Former Chairman of the Board of Directors SAS, Norsk Hydro ASA
DEU Nass, Matthias Deputy Editor, Die Zeit
NLD Netherlands, H.M. the Queen of the
FRA Ockrent, Christine CEO, French television and radio world service
FIN Ollila, Jorma Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell plc
SWE Olofsson, Maud Minister of Enterprise and Energy; Deputy Prime Minister
NLD Orange, H.R.H. the Prince of
GBR Osborne, George Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
TUR Öztrak, Faik Member of Parliament
ITA Padoa-Schioppa, Tommaso Former Minister of Finance; President of Notre Europe
GRC Papahelas, Alexis Journalist, Kathimerini
GRC Papalexopoulos, Dimitris CEO, Titan Cement Co. S.A.
USA Paulson, Jr., Henry M. Secretary of the Treasury
USA Pearl, Frank H. Chairman and CEO, Perseus, LLC
USA Perle, Richard N. Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
FRA Pérol, François Deputy General Secretary in charge of Economic Affairs
DEU Perthes, Volker Director, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik
BEL Philippe, H.R.H. Prince
CAN Prichard, J. Robert S. President and CEO, Torstar Corporation
CAN Reisman, Heather M. Chair and CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc.
USA Rice, Condoleezza Secretary of State
PRT Rio, Rui Mayor of Porto
USA Rockefeller, David Former Chairman, Chase Manhattan Bank
ESP Rodriguez Inciarte, Matias Executive Vice Chairman, Grupo Santander
USA Rose, Charlie Producer, Rose Communications
DNK Rose, Flemming Editor, Jyllands Posten
USA Ross, Dennis B. Counselor and Ziegler Distinguished Fellow, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy
USA Rubin, Barnett R. Director of Studies and Senior Fellow, Center for International Cooperation, New York University

TUR ?ahenk, Ferit Chairman, Do?u? Holding A.?.
USA Sanford, Mark Governor of South Carolina
USA Schmidt, Eric Chairman of the Executive Committee and CEO, Google

AUT Scholten, Rudolf Member of the Board of Executive Directors, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG
DNK Schur, Fritz H. Fritz Schur Gruppen
CZE Schwarzenberg, Karel Minister of Foreign Affairs
USA Sebelius, Kathleen Governor of Kansas
USA Shultz, George P. Thomas W. and Susan B. Ford Distinguished Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University

ESP Spain, H.M. the Queen of
CHE Spillmann, Markus Editor-in-Chief and Head Managing Board, Neue Zürcher Zeitung AG
USA Summers, Lawrence H. Charles W. Eliot Professor, Harvard University
GBR Taylor, J. Martin Chairman, Syngenta International AG
USA Thiel, Peter A. President, Clarium Capital Management, LLC
NLD Timmermans, Frans Minister of European Affairs
RUS Trenin, Dmitri V. Deputy Director and Senior Associate, Carnegie Moscow Center
INT Trichet, Jean-Claude President, European Central Bank
USA Vakil, Sanam Assistant Professor of Middle East Studies, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University
FRA Valls, Manuel Member of Parliament
GRC Varvitsiotis, Thomas Co-Founder and President, V + O Communication
CHE Vasella, Daniel L. Chairman and CEO, Novartis AG
FIN Väyrynen, Raimo Director, The Finnish Institute of International Affairs
FRA Védrine, Hubert Hubert Védrine Conseil
NOR Vollebaek, Knut High Commissioner on National Minorities, OSCE
SWE Wallenberg, Jacob Chairman, Investor AB
USA Weber, J. Vin CEO, Clark & Weinstock
USA Wolfensohn, James D. Chairman, Wolfensohn & Company, LLC
USA Wolfowitz, Paul Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

INT Zoellick, Robert B. President, The World Bank Group

AT THE MEETING:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=viewArticle&code=MAR20090526&articleId=13738

 
Shortly after the meetings began, Bilderberg tracker Jim Tucker reported that his inside sources revealed that the group has on its agenda, “the plan for a global department of health, a global treasury and a shortened depression rather than a longer economic downturn.” Tucker reported that Swedish Foreign Minister and former Prime Minister, Carl Bildt, “Made a speech advocating turning the World Health Organization into a world department of health, advocating turning the IMF into a world department of treasury, both of course under the auspices of the United Nations.” Further, Tucker reported that, “Treasury Secretary Geithner and Carl Bildt touted a shorter recession not a 10-year recession … partly because a 10 year recession would damage Bilderberg industrialists themselves, as much as they want to have a global department of labor and a global department of treasury, they still like making money and such a long recession would cost them big bucks industrially because nobody is buying their toys…..the tilt is towards keeping it short.”
 
After the meetings finished, Daniel Estulin reported that, “One of Bilderberg’s primary concerns according to Estulin is the danger that their zeal to reshape the world by engineering chaos in order to implement their long term agenda could cause the situation to spiral out of control and eventually lead to a scenario where Bilderberg and the global elite in general are overwhelmed by events and end up losing their control over the planet.”
On May 21, the Macedonian International News Agency reported that, “A new Kremlin report on the shadowy Bilderberg Group, who this past week held their annual meeting in Greece, states that the West’s financial, political and corporate elite emerged from their conclave after coming to an agreement that in order to continue their drive towards a New World Order dominated by the Western Powers, the US Dollar has to be ‘totally’ destroyed.” Further, the same Kremlin report apparently stated that, “most of the West’s wealthiest elite convened at an unprecedented secret meeting in New York called for and led by” David Rockefeller, “to plot the demise of the US Dollar.”
  
Bilderberg’s Plan in Action?
 
Reorganizing the Federal Reserve
 
Following the Bilderberg meeting, there were several interesting announcements made by key participants, specifically in regards to reorganizing the Federal Reserve. On May 21, it was reported that US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner “is believed to be leaning heavily towards giving the Federal Reserve a central role in future regulation,” and “it is understood that the Fed would take on some of the work currently undertaken by the US Securities and Exchange Commission.”
On Wednesday, May 20, Geithner spoke before the Senate Banking Committee, at which he stated that, “there are important indications that our financial system is starting to heal.” In regards to regulating the financial system, Geithner stated that, “we must ensure that international rules for financial regulation are consistent with the high standards we will be implementing in the United States.”
 
Bloomberg reported that, “The Obama administration may call for stripping the Securities and Exchange Commission of some of its powers under a regulatory reorganization,” and that, “The proposal, still being drafted, is likely to give the Federal Reserve more authority to supervise financial firms deemed too big to fail. The Fed may inherit some SEC functions, with others going to other agencies.” Interestingly, “SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro’s agency has been mostly absent from negotiations within the administration on the regulatory overhaul, and she has expressed frustration about not being consulted.”
It was reported that “Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner was set to discuss proposals to change financial regulations last night at a dinner with National Economic Council Director Lawrence Summers [who was also present at Bilderberg], former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker [also at Bilderberg], ex-SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt and Elizabeth Warren, the Harvard University law professor who heads the congressional watchdog group for the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program.” The Federal Reserve is a privately owned central bank, owned by its shareholders, consisting of the major banks the make up each regional Fed bank (the largest of which is JP Morgan Chase and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York). This plan would essentially give a privately owned bank, which has governmental authority, the ability to regulate the banks that own it. It’s the equivalent of getting a Colonel to guard a General to whom he is directly answerable. Talk about the fox guarding the hen house. It is literally granting ownership over the financial regulator to the banks being regulated.

 

Are things beginning to make a little more sense to you yet? Have you printed the pdf chart from Liberty For Life yet?

Have you seen, then that Barack Obama and Bill Clinton (Hilary too) are members of Bilderberg? Did you notice that Bill Clinton is also Trilateral and Council on Foreign Relations groups as well.  George HW Bush and Jimmy Carter belong to the Trilateral Commission and Council on Foreign Relations. Gerald Ford was Bilderberg and Council on Foreign Relations.  Those are just the recent presidents complicit in the purposeful demise of our sovereignty.

Are you also aware, that just like the history of the Bilderburg, our Federal Reserve began the same way. Allow me to once again recommend the book Creature From Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin. Amazing the similarities. And you do know “The Fed” is a banking cartel and not an agency of our federal government, don’t you? More on them in the weeks ahead. Back to the article linked above:

 

Following the Bilderberg meeting, “President Obama has asked Congress to authorize $100 billion in loans to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to help create a $500 billion global bailout fund,” which would give the IMF the essential prerogative of a global treasury, providing bailouts for countries in need around the world. Further, “the bill would allow the IMF to borrow up to $100 billion from the U.S. and increase the U.S. fiscal contribution to the IMF by $8 billion.” Elaborating on the program, it was reported that, “World leaders began on the global bailout initiative, called the New Arrangement for Borrowing (NAB), at the G-20 summit in early April. The president agreed at that time to make the additional funds available.” Obama wrote that, “Treasury Secretary Geithner concluded that the size of the NAB is woefully inadequate to deal with the type of severe economic and financial crisis we are experiencing, and I agree with him.”
With the G20 decision to increase the usage of IMF Special Drawing Rights (SDRs), forming a de facto world currency, it was recently reported that, “Sub-Saharan Africa will receive around $10 billion from the IMF in Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) to help its economies weather the global financial crisis,” and that, “As part of a $1.1 trillion deal to combat the world economic downturn agreed at April’s G20 summit, the IMF will issue $250 billion worth of SDRs, which can be used to boost foreign currency reserves.”
Recent reports have also indicated that the IMF’s role in issuing SDRs goes hand in hand with the Bilderberg discussion on the potential collapse of the US dollar, and, “Transforming the dollar standard into an SDR-based system would be a major break with a policy that has lasted more than 60 years.” It was reported that, “There are two ways in which the dollar’s role in the international monetary system can be reduced. One possibility is a gradual, market-determined erosion of the dollar as a reserve currency in favor of the euro. But, while the euro’s international role – especially its use in financial markets – has increased since its inception, it is hard to envisage it overtaking the dollar as the dominant reserve currency in the foreseeable future.” However, “With the dollar’s hegemony unlikely to be seriously undermined by market forces, at least in the short and medium-term, the only way to bring about a major reduction in its role as a reserve currency is by international agreement.” This is where the SDRs come into play, as “One way to make the SDR the major reserve currency relatively soon would be to create and allocate a massive amount of new SDRs to the IMF’s members.” This is, interestingly, exactly what is happening with Africa and the IMF now.

In this very recent video, G. Edward Griffin, author of Creature from Jekyll Island, explains to us how the Fed is complicit with the demise of the dollar and the reason behind it. As well, he discusses HR 1207 “Audit the Fed” and while noble, may help whitewash the actual goal to abolish the Fed. Bill shown here: http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h1207/show  This is pertinent to the discussion of Agenda 21 and One World Order in that all of the layers of betrayal are working together to the demise of our sovereignty.

 

 

One website mentioned in the video http://www.realityzone.com/  has a lot of resource and learning material on it and may be of use to you. An hour long free audio synopsis of the book Creature From Jekyll Island can be found here: http://www.rzyoutube.com/  (in seven segments).  

  Now, allow me to introduce you to the Council on Foreign Relations. This portion is to help you understand why the media is complicit. JP Morgan Chase, founding member of the Federal Reserve, and whose chairman, David Rockefeller is on the Trilateral Commission, Bilderburg Group and yes, Council on Foreign Relations. This video will help explain:    

 

 

 Want to know why you aren’t hearing about this on FOX? Now you know. Rupert Murdoch owns Fox. You’ve also learned that much of this revolves around a very few central figures. David Rockefeller, Maurice Strong, George Soros (Bilderburg and Council of Foreign Relations).  

http://www.cfr.org/publication/9903/sovereignty_and_globalisation.html#  

 

 Author:

 

 Richard N. Haass, President, Council on Foreign Relations

February 17, 2006
Project Syndicate

The world’s 190-plus states now co-exist with a larger number of powerful non-sovereign and at least partly (and often largely) independent actors, ranging from corporations to non-government organisations (NGOs), from terrorist groups to drug cartels, from regional and global institutions to banks and private equity funds. The sovereign state is influenced by them (for better and for worse) as much as it is able to influence them. The near monopoly of power once enjoyed by sovereign entities is being eroded.
 
As a result, new mechanisms are needed for regional and global governance that include actors other than states. This is not to argue that Microsoft, Amnesty International, or Goldman Sachs be given seats in the United Nations General Assembly, but it does mean including representatives of such organisations in regional and global deliberations when they have the capacity to affect whether and how regional and global challenges are met.
Moreover, states must be prepared to cede some sovereignty to world bodies if the international system is to function.
 
This is already taking place in the trade realm. Governments agree to accept the rulings of the World Trade Organisation because on balance they benefit from an international trading order, even if a particular decision requires that they alter a practice that is their sovereign right to carry out.
Some governments are prepared to give up elements of sovereignty to address the threat of global climate change. Under one such arrangement, the Kyoto Protocol, which runs through 2012, signatories agree to cap specific emissions. What is needed now is a successor arrangement in which a larger number of governments, including the United States, China and India, accept emission limits or adopt common standards because they recognise that they would be worse off if no country did.
 
All of this suggests that sovereignty must be redefined if states are to cope with globalisation.
At its core, globalisation entails the increasing volume, velocity and importance of flows within and across borders of people, ideas, greenhouse gases, goods, dollars, drugs, viruses, emails, weapons, and a good deal else, challenging one of sovereignty’s fundamental principles: the ability to control what crosses borders in either direction. Sovereign states increasingly measure their vulnerability not to one another, but to forces beyond their control.
Globalisation thus implies that sovereignty is not only becoming weaker in reality, but that it needs to become weaker. States would be wise to weaken sovereignty in order to protect themselves, because they cannot insulate themselves from what goes on elsewhere. Sovereignty is no longer a sanctuary.
 
This was demonstrated by the American and world reaction to terrorism. Afghanistan’s Taliban government, which provided access and support to al-Qaeda, was removed from power. Similarly, America’s preventive war against an Iraq that ignored the UN and was thought to possess weapons of mass destruction showed that sovereignty no longer provides absolute protection. Imagine how the world would react if some government were known to be planning to use or transfer a nuclear device or had already done so. Many would argue correctly that sovereignty provides no protection for that state.
 
Necessity may also lead to reducing or even eliminating sovereignty when a government, whether from a lack of capacity or conscious policy, is unable to provide for the basic needs of its citizens. This reflects not simply scruples, but a view that state failure and genocide can lead to destabilising refugee flows and create openings for terrorists to take root.
 
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation’s intervention in Kosovo was an example where a number of governments chose to violate the sovereignty of another government (Serbia) to stop ethnic cleansing and genocide. By contrast, the mass killing in Rwanda a decade ago and now in Darfur, Sudan, demonstrate the high price of judging sovereignty to be supreme and thus doing little to prevent the slaughter of innocents.
 
Our notion of sovereignty must therefore be conditional, even contractual, rather than absolute. If a state fails to live up to its side of the bargain by sponsoring terrorism, either transferring or using weapons of mass destruction, or conducting genocide, then it forfeits the normal benefits of sovereignty and opens itself up to attack, removal or occupation. The diplomatic challenge for this era is to gain widespread support for principles of state conduct and a procedure for determining remedies when these principles are violated.
 
The goal should be to redefine sovereignty for the era of globalisation, to find a balance between a world of fully sovereign states and an international system of either world government or anarchy.
 
The basic idea of sovereignty, which still provides a useful constraint on violence between states, needs to be preserved. But the concept needs to be adapted to a world in which the main challenges to order come from what global forces do to states and what governments do to their citizens, rather than from what states do to one another.

A 2008 list of members, along with other details can be found here: http://www.apfn.org/apfn/cfr-members.htm .

You will notice Colin Powell appears on the list. John McCain is a member as well. So you see, we actually had no choice in the last election. Glenn Beck caused quite a stir when he boldly stated there was no difference, other than the speed to which we were hurled into Marxism. Glenn Beck was correct.

We will learn more on this next week. Again, I will post bit by bit daily with a synopsis on the weekend post. There is a lot to absorb here. Take the weekend to go over the information contained in this column and on the links provided. Save the pdf files to your computer as reference material. You will need it to understand what they are doing to us as this progresses.

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One World Order and the Trilateral Commission

Posted on October 23, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State, General Info | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Over the weekend we had the good fortune to get a head’s up from Lord Christopher Moncton. If you haven’t seen that video yet, start here: http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cf Then we learned from him on Monday Maurice Strong played a vastly important roll in all this http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cn and http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cv  which lead to an epiphany http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cz involving Agenda 21, which was discussed earlier here  http://wp.me/pxG9Z-8X . Thursday we learned about the Club of Rome, a powerful group of people including American ex-presidents and other world leaders, top business people and other “trusted” figures, and saw a video that spelled out their agenda and how it morphed into Agenda 21. You may watch the video here http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cH  Referred to in the video were two books. These books were controversial when published, but over time the authors, The Club of Rome, were able to “mainstream” them through lies, fake science, and indoctrination of our youth. I have provided free copies, as available, for you here:

 

Limits to Growth (”cliff notes” version – could not find full version in pdf)

 http://tinyurl.com/yk97v6e

 

Limits to Growth Revisited (30 year update)

 http://www.sustainer.org/pubs/limitstogrowth.pdf

  

The First World Revolution

http://www.archive.org/details/TheFirstGlobalRevolution

 

Here is the Minority Report, paid for by our own government, and given to our Congressional Members telling them why this science is bogus. Arm yourself with the real facts.  http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Files.View&FileStore_id=83947f5d-d84a-4a84-ad5d-6e2d71db52d9

 

Here is the UN Document on Agenda 21 : http://www.un.org/esa/dsd/agenda21/

 

Here is the legislation (HR 2454) which passed in the House: http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h2454/show 

 

Today, I will add this document. This is a chart from Liberty For Life detailing how insidious undue influence from these shadow organizations really are. You must print this .pdf chart and refer to it as we go through learning about what’s really going on. That is the only way you will be able to know just what we are attempting to fight.

http://www.libertyforlife.com/nwo/2009Chart.pdf

 

This will illustrate the connections between The Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission and Bilderburg Group, showing how much they have infiltrated our government and educational institutions and just who these people are – many of whom, you already know.

 

 

Today we will highlight the Trilateral Commission and what impact it has on the decisions made in our government

 

From Patrick M. Wood at augustreview.com

Patrick M. Wood is a well known authority on the Trilateral Commission

 

Trilateral policy has been to create a “New International Economic Order” but the means to the end involved hijacking the Executive Branch of the U.S. government. Starting with James Earl Carter in 1976, every successive administration has been dominated by members of the Commission — for 35 years, they have had their way with trade policy, creation of global treaties, monetary policy and the usurping or American Sovereignty. Further, Trialogue and other official writings made clear their stated goal of creating a “New International Economic Order.” President George H.W. Bush later talked openly about creating a “New World Order”, which has since become a synonymous phrase. This paper attempts to tell the rest of the story, according to official and unofficial Commission sources and other available documents….

http://tinyurl.com/35vtw2 

 

The Trilateral Commission held their annual plenary meeting in Tokyo, Japan, in January 1977. Carter and Brzezinski obviously could not attend as they were still in the process of reorganizing the White House. They did, however, address personal letters to the meeting, which were reprinted in Trialogue, the official magazine of the Commission:

“It gives me special pleasure to send greetings to all of you gathering for the Trilateral Commission meeting in Tokyo. I have warm memories of our meeting in Tokyo some eighteen months ago, and am sorry I cannot be with you now.

“My active service on the Commission since its inception in 1973 has been a splendid experience for me, and it provided me with excellent opportunities to come to know leaders in our three regions.

“As I emphasized in my campaign, a strong partnership among us is of the greatest importance. We share economic, political and security concerns that make it logical we should seek ever-increasing cooperation and understanding. And this cooperation is essential not only for our three regions, but in the global search for a more just and equitable world order (emphasis added). I hope to see you on the occasion of your next meeting in Washington, and I look forward to receiving reports on your work in Tokyo.

“Jimmy Carter”

Brzezinski’s letter, in a similar vein, follows:

“The Trilateral Commission has meant a great deal to me over the last few years. It has been the stimulus for intellectual creativity and a source of personal satisfaction. I have formed close ties with new friends and colleagues in all three regions, ties which I value highly and which I am sure will continue.

“I remain convinced that, on the larger architectural issues of today, collaboration among our regions is of the utmost necessity. This collaboration must be dedicated to the fashioning of a more just and equitable world order (emphasis added). This will require a prolonged process, but I think we can look forward with confidence and take some pride in the contribution which the Commission is making.

“Zbigniew Brzezinski”

The key phrase in both letters was “more just and equitable world order.” Did this emphasis indicate that something was wrong with our present world order, that is, with national structures? Yes, according to Brzezinski, and since the present “framework” was inadequate to handle world problems, it must be done away with and supplanted with a world government.

In September 1974 Brzezinski was asked in an interview by the Brazilian newspaper Vega. “How would you define this new world order?” Brzezinski answered:

“When I speak of the present international system I am referring to relations in specific fields, most of all among the Atlantic countries; commercial, military, mutual security relations, involving the international monetary fund, NATO etc. We need to change the international system for a global system in which new, active and creative forces recently developed – should be integrated. This system needs to include Japan. Brazil, the oil producing countries, and even the USSR, to the extent which the Soviet Union is willing to participate in a global system.”

When asked if Congress would have an expanded or diminished role in the new system, Brzezinski declared “…the reality of our times is that a modern society such as the U.S. needs a central coordinating and renovating organ which cannot be made up of six hundred people.”

Brzezinski developed background for the need for a new system in his book Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era (1969). He wrote that mankind has moved through three great stages of evolution, and was in the middle of the fourth and final stage. The first stage he described as “religious,” combining a heavenly “universalism provided by the acceptance of the idea that man’s destiny is essentially in God’s hands” with an earthly “narrowness derived from massive ignorance, illiteracy, and a vision confined to the immediate environment.”

The second stage was nationalism, stressing Christian equality before the law, which “marked another giant step in the progressive redefinition of man’s nature and place in our world.” The third stage was Marxism, which, said Brzezinski, “represents a further vital and creative stage in the maturing of man’s universal vision.” The fourth and final stage was Brzezinski’s Technetronic Era, or the ideal of rational humanism on a global scale – the result of American-Communist evolutionary transformations.

In considering our structure of governance, Brzezinski stated:

“Tension is unavoidable as man strives to assimilate the new into the framework of the old. For a time the established framework resiliently integrates the new by adapting it in a more familiar shape. But at some point the old framework becomes overloaded. The newer input can no longer be redefined into traditional forms, and eventually it asserts itself with compelling force. Today, though, the old framework of international politics – with their spheres of influence, military alliances between nation-states, the fiction of sovereignty, doctrinal conflicts arising from nineteenth century crises – is clearly no longer compatible with reality.”

One of the most important “frameworks” in the world, and especially to Americans, was the United States Constitution. It was this document that outlined the most prosperous nation in the history of the world. Was our sovereignty really “fiction”? Was the U.S. vision no longer compatible with reality? Brzezinski further stated:

“The approaching two-hundredth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence could justify the call for a national constitutional convention to reexamine the nation’s formal institutional framework. Either 1976 or 1989 – the two- hundredth an anniversary of the Constitution – could serve as a suitable target date culminating a national dialogue on the relevance of existing arrangements… Realism, however, forces us to recognize that the necessary political innovation will not come from direct constitutional reform, desirable as that would be. The needed change is more likely to develop incrementally and less overtly…in keeping with the American tradition of blurring distinctions between public and private institution.”

In Brzezinski’s Technetronic Era then, the “nation-state as a fundamental unit of man’s organized life has ceased to be the principal creative force: International banks and multinational corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the nation-state.”

 

“The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities. ”  – Zbigniew Brzezinski, 1972, from book “Between Two Ages” – free pdf of book: http://tinyurl.com/yhsfo3x

 

“The Trilateralist Commission is international and is intended to be the vehicle for multinational consolidation of the commercial and banking interests by seizing control of the political government of the United States. The Trilateralist Commission represents a skillful, coordinated effort to seize control and consolidate the four centers of power – political, monetary, intellectual, and ecclesiastical.” Barry Goldwater, quoted from his 1979 book, With No Apologies

 

In 1990, Maurice Strong gave an interview to WEST magazine, where he described how he envisioned the Earth being saved:

“Each year the World Economic Forum convenes in Davos, Switzerland. Hundreds of CEO’s, prime ministers, finance ministers, and leading academics gather each February to attend meetings and set the economic agendas for the year ahead.

“What if a small group of these world leaders were to conclude that the principle risk to the earth comes from the actions of the rich countries? And if the world is to survive, those rich countries would have to sign an agreement reducing their impact on the environment? Will they do it? Will the rich countries agree to reduce their impact on the environment? Will they agree to save the earth?

“The group’s conclusions is ‘no.’ The rich countries won’t do it. They won’t change. So, in order to save the planet, the group decides: Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilization collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?”

Two years after making that statement, Strong laid the foundation, and helped in the creation of the Kyoto Protocol.

In another often cited quote, Strong said:

“[The Earth Summit will play an important role in] reforming and strengthening the United Nations as the centerpiece of the emerging system of democratic global governance.”
-Maurice Strong quoted in the September 1, 1997 edition of National Review magazine.

 

In an essay by Strong entitled Stockholm to Rio: A Journey Down a Generation, he says:

“Strengthening the role the United Nations can play…will require serious examination of the need to extend into the international arena the rule of law and the principle of taxation to finance agreed actions which provide the basis for governance at the national level. But this will not come about easily. Resistance to such changes is deeply entrenched. They will come about not through the embrace of full blown world government, but as a careful and pragmatic response to compelling imperatives and the inadequacies of alternatives.”

”The concept of national sovereignty has been an immutable, indeed sacred, principle of international relations. It is a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation. What is needed is recognition of the reality that in so many fields, and this is particularly true of environmental issues, it is simply not feasible for sovereignty to be exercised unilaterally by individual nation-states, however powerful. The global community must be assured of environmental security.

 

Sovereignty.net illustrates the timeline toward Global Governance with clickable links and is a very good resource for learning more about what got us to this point in our history. Timeline to Global Governance  http://www.sovereignty.net/timeline.html

 

Another good tool for learning more on this subject, is a fairly short paper which is downloadable in .pdf

Invasion of the Mind Snatchers – Nelson Hultberg

 http://www.scribd.com/doc/2346797/Invasion-of-the-Mind-Snatchers

 

Barack Obama won the election promising “Fundamental Change”. Soon after election day, then, President-Elect Obama, addressed Global Climate Summit promising “a new chapter of American leadership on climate change.”

 

 

 

 

The annual meeting of Trilateral Commission members rotates among the three regions. It was held in Washington, D.C. in 2008, Tokyo in 2009, and is scheduled to be held in Dublin in 2010. The agendas for these meetings have addressed a wide range of issues, an indication of how broadly we see the partnership among our countries. In the past, reports on annual meetings were published as the Trialogue series. Portable Document Formats (PDFs) of those reports are posted on the Commission’s web site under Publications. Recently, papers and presentations from the annual meetings have been posted on the Commission’s web site along with the meeting agendas under Recent Activity.

http://www.trilateral.org/annmtgs/programs/09tokyo.htm

At the Closing dinner the following speech was given:
THE INTELLECTUAL UNDERPINNINGS OF THE TRILATERAL PARTNERSHIP IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Chair: Yotaro Kobayashi, Pacific Asia Chairman
Speaker: Henry Kissinger (pdf 64kb/7pp), Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc., New York, NY former U.S. Secretary of State; former U.S. Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs

Let me talk about the nature of the international order and the issues in relation to the international order that I see emerging and which require some global group that addresses them…. In fact, one of the consequences of the financial crisis is a certain loss of confidence in the United States across the board. Many governments and many countries had become used to the proposition that in the political world we have flights of inspiration that prove temporary. But in the economic world it had been assumed that the US model was the one that was correct and that would be permanent. The fact that this has proved not to be the case will affect the American ability to prescribe solutions in a fundamental way. I also think that the role of government in the next period, for better or worse, will be much larger and that attention will have to paid to the fundamental flaw of the globalized economic system as it existed before, which was that the economic model and the political model were out of sync with each other. The global economic model assumed that there were principles that could be applied universally and that it was self-regulating. For that reason it was not believed to be necessary to have a political safety net for the economic system. But the fact was that whenever a crisis occurred, or whenever any group felt significantly disadvantaged, they would go to the political institutions that they knew, which were the national governments. Therefore, there was an inherent discontinuity between the way economics was dealt with and the way politics would react. This has been shown by the fact that in the first round of this crisis, the solutions are attempted on a national basis—which are then coordinated—and not on a global basis….

So, all of these matters will need attention and they will need attention in a very special context. Every country that holds the views that I described, which is most of them, has two contradictory motivations. On the one hand, they want to make themselves independent of the forces that produced the crisis and, at the same time, they recognize that the solutions require a global answer…

The result will have to be the evolution of some kind of multipolar leadership of the international system. Let me now turn to that issue. The political world is in a period of fundamental change…

When I taught international politics, we dealt with the concept of sovereignty as the organizing principle of the international system, both for foreign policy and for domestic policy. But now the notion of sovereignty is under attack or in the process of change in many parts of the world. ….. Having described all of these complexities, let me leave us with a positive feeling. First, the international financial crisis can help the creation of an international political order for a negative reason. Every country is so preoccupied with its own domestic issues; no country has a great surplus of resources that it can devote to international adventures. So, if political leadership can develop, this is a good objective circumstance. Secondly, we are living in a period in which, for the first time that I know of, no major country is challenging the international system. All of the challenges to the international system come from countries that, in relation to the overall order, are relatively fringe countries or from non-state actors. So, the opportunities that we can see in developing the global patterns that are inherent in this situation are very great despite the fact that the surface knowledge is the opposite.

To all of this I think this Trilateral Commission can make a significant intellectual contribution. It can raise issues; it can define them in a long-range point of view; and it can help with one of the great needs of this period, which is that governments are so preoccupied with the immediate issues that there is sometimes no focal point for a consistent application of long-range visions. So we can raise issues, we can indicate directions, and in this way we can fulfill the vision that created the Trilateral Commission when it operated in a smaller framework and when one of its primary purposes was to bring Japan into a North Atlantic framework. Now it can help bring Asia and Russia into a coherent global framework.

 

Tomorrow we will learn more about the groups plotting to steal our sovereignty in the name of a fictitious monster “Climate Change”. It is not my intent to overwhelm you with information, but rather to offer you the tools you need, in a timely manner. Our time is up in December. I am hopeful our eyes will now open wide to the perils that befall us so that we are able to put a stop to the unconstitutional actions of our elected officials. 

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The Crown Jewel of Understanding- Agenda 21 and The Club of Rome

Posted on October 21, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State, General Info | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

 
 
Effective execution of Agenda 21 will require a profound reorientation of all human society, unlike anything the world has ever experienced… a major shift in the priorities of both governments and individuals -an unprecedented redeployment of human and financial resources. This shift will demand that a concern for the environmental consequences of evey human action be integrated into individual and collective decision making at every level.
  Excerpt from Agenda Twenty-One : The Earth Summit Strategy to Save Our Planet by Element Books Ltd, Daniel Sitarz (Editor) written with the cooperation of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development. Listed as one of the top books for the 21st century by the International Center for Environment and Public Policy of the California Institute of Public Affairs
  
  Over the weekend we had the good fortune to get a head’s up from Lord Christopher Moncton. If you haven’t seen that video yet, start here: http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cf 
Then we learned from him on Monday Maurice Strong played a vastly important roll in all this http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cn and http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cv  which lead to an epiphany http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cz involving Agenda 21, which was discussed earlier here  http://wp.me/pxG9Z-8X . As if this all was not bad enough, there is far more to to this story. This is information you ABSOLUTELY MUST KNOW. To turn your head away now, will be to your own peril. The video you are about to see is shocking. While I’ve heard rumors, I never quite really understood. Now, I understand. I eluded to it in yesterday’s column, but knew we’d have to take this in baby steps.
 
I’m old enough that I have heard talk of all this over the passing decades, but it all seemed so ludicrous. Hindsight is indeed 20/20.  There’s a large part of me that wishes I could go back to the days when I knew none of this. Better yet, I wish I had the last several decades to relive with this information. We will not be afforded that luxury. I can assure you once you see this video, you’ll wish that too.
 
 
 
 
Referred to in the video were two books. I have provided free copies, as available, for you here:
 
Limits to Growth (“cliff notes” version – could not find full version in pdf)
 
Limits to Growth Revisited (30 year update)
  
The First World Revolution
 
 
Here is the Minority Report, paid for by our own government, and given to our Congressional Members telling them why this science is bogus. Arm yourself with the real facts.  http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Files.View&FileStore_id=83947f5d-d84a-4a84-ad5d-6e2d71db52d9
 
Here is the UN Document on Agenda 21 : http://www.un.org/esa/dsd/agenda21/
 
Here is the legislation (HR 2454) which passed in the House: http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h2454/show 
 
From the web site The Green Agenda, comes this:
 
 

So, what exactly is the Club of Rome and who are its members? Founded in 1968, the CoR describes itself as “a group of world citizens, sharing a common concern for the future of humanity.” It consists of current and former Heads of State, UN beaureacrats, high-level politicians and government officials, diplomats, scientists, economists, and business leaders from around the globe.

I would like to start this analysis of the Club of Rome by listing some prominent members of the CoR and its two sub-groups, the Clubs of Budapest and Madrid. Personally it isn’t what the CoR is that I find so astonishing; it is WHO the CoR is! This isn’t some quirky little group of green activists or obscure politicians. They are the most senior officials in the United Nations, current and ex-world leaders, and the founders of some of the most influential environmental organisations. When you read their reports in the context of who they are – its gives an entirely new, and frightening, context to their extreme claims.

The Club of Rome subsequently founded two sibling organizations, the Club of Budapest and the Club of Madrid. The former is focused on social and cultural aspects of their agenda, while the latter concentrates on the political aspects. All three of these ‘Clubs’ share many common members and hold joint meetings and conferences. As explained in other articles on this website it is abundantly clear that these are three heads of the same beast. The CoR has also established a network of 33 National Associations. Membership of the ‘main Club’ is limited to 100 individuals at any one time. Some members, like Al Gore and Maurice Strong, are affiliated through their respective National Associations (e.g. USACOR, CACOR etc).

 Some current members of the Club of Rome or its two siblings:

 Al Gore – former VP of the USA, leading climate change campaigner, Nobel Peace Prize winner, Academy Award winner, Emmy winner. Gore lead the US delegations to the Rio Earth Summit and Kyoto Climate Change conference. He chaired a meeting of the full Club of Rome held in Washington DC in 1997.

 Javier Solana – Secretary General of the Council of the European Union, High Representative for EU Foreign Policy.

 Maurice Strong– former Head of the UN Environment Programme, Chief Policy Advisor to Kofi Annan, Secretary General of the Rio Earth Summit, co-author (with Gorbachev) of the Earth Charter, co-author of the Kyoto Protocol, founder of the Earth Council, devout Baha’i.

 Mikhail GorbachevCoR executive member, former President of the Soviet Union, founder of Green Cross International and the Gorbachev Foundation, Nobel Peace Prize winner, co-founder (with Hidalgo) of the Club of Madrid, co-author (with Strong) of the Earth Charter.

 Diego Hidalgo– CoR executive member, co-founder (with Gorbachev) of the Club of Madrid, founder and President of the European Council on Foreign Relations in association with George Soros.

 Ervin Laszlo– founding member of the CoR, founder and President of the Club of Budapest, founder and Chairman of the World Wisdom Council.

 Anne Ehrlich – Population Biologist. Married to Paul Ehrlich with whom she has authored many books on human overpopulation. Also a former director of Friends of the Earth and the Sierra Club, and a member of the UN’s Global Roll of Honor.
 

Hassan bin Talal – President of the CoR, President of the Arab Thought Forum, founder of the World Future Council, recently named as the United Nations “Champion of the Earth” 

The Dalai Lama – The ‘Spiritual Leader’ of Tibet. Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.

David RockefellerCoR executive member, former Chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank, founder of the Trilateral Commission, executive member of the World Economic Forum, donated land on which the United Nations stands.

Sir Crispin Tickell – former British Permanent Representative to the United Nations and Permanent Representative on the Security Council, Chairman of the ‘Gaia Society’, Chairman of the Board of the Climate Institute, leading British climate change campaigner.

 Kofi Annan– former Secretary General of the United Nations. Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.

 Javier Perez de Cuellar – former Secretary General of the United Nations.

 Gro Harlem Bruntland – United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Change, former President of Norway

Robert Muller – former Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations, founder and Chancellor of the UN University of Peace.
 

Father Berry Thomas– Catholic Priest who is one of the leading proponents of deep ecology, ecospirituality and global consciousness.

 Stephen Schneider– Stanford Professor of Biology and Global Change. Professor Schneider was among the earliest and most vocal proponents of man-made global warming and a lead author of many IPCC reports.

 Bill Clintonformer President of the United States, founder of the Clinton Global Iniative.

 Jimmy Carter– former President of the United States, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.

 Bill Gates – founder of Microsoft, philanthropist

 Garret Hardin – Professor of Human Ecology. Originator of the ‘Global Commons‘ concept. Has authored many controversial papers on human overpopulation and eugenics.

 

OTHER CURRENT INFLUENTIAL MEMBERS:

(these can be found on the membership lists of the COR (here, here, and here), Club of Budapest, Club of Madrid and/or CoR National Association membership pages)

 Ted Turner – media mogul, philanthropist, founder of CNN
George Soros – multibillionare, major donor to the UN
Tony Blair – former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Deepak Chopra – New Age Guru
Desmond Tutu – South African Bishop and activist,
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
Timothy Wirth – President of the
United Nations Foundation
Henry Kissinger – former US Secretary of State
George Matthews –
Chairman of the Gorbachev Foundation
Harlan Cleveland – former Assistant US Secretary of State and NATO Ambassador
Barbara Marx Hubbard – President of the
Foundation for Conscious Evolution
Betty Williams – Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
Marianne Williamson – New Age ‘Spiritual Activist’
Robert Thurman – assistant to the Dalai Lama
Jane Goodall – Primatologist and Evolutionary Biologist

Juan Carlos I – King of Spain
Prince Philippe of Belgium
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands
Dona Sophia – Queen of Spain
José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero – current Prime Minister of Spain
Karan Singh – Former Prime Minister of India, Chairman of the
Temple of Understanding
Daisaku Ikeda – founder of the
Soka Gakkai cult
Martin Lees – CoR Secretary General, Rector of the UN University of Peace
Ernesto Zedillo – Director of
The Yale Center for the Study of Globalization
Frithjof Finkbeiner – Coordinator of the
Global Marshall Plan
Franz Josef Radermacher – Founder of the
Global Marshall Plan
Eduard Shevardnadze – former Soviet foreign minister and President of Georgia
Richard von Weizsacker – former President of Germany
Carl Bildt – former President of Sweden
Kim Campbell – former Prime Minister of Canada and
Senior Fellow of the Gorbachev Foundation
Vincente Fox – former President of Mexico
Helmut Kohl – former Chancellor of Germany
Romano Prodi – former Prime Minister of Italy and President of the European Commission
Vaclav Havel – former President of the Czech Republic
Hans Kung – Founder of the
Global Ethic Foundation
Ruud Lubbers – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Mary Robinson – United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
Jerome Binde – Director of Foresight, UNESCO
Koïchiro Matsuura – Current Director General of UNESCO
Federico Mayor – Former Director General of UNESCO
Tapio Kanninen –
Director of Policy and Planning, United Nations
Konrad Osterwalder – Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations
Peter Johnston – Director General of European Commission
Jacques Delors – Former President of the European Commission
Domingo Jimenez-Beltran – Executive Director of the European Environment Agency
Thomas Homer-Dixon – Director of Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Toronto
Hazel Henderson – Futurist and ‘evoluntionary economist’
Emeka Anyaoku – former Commonwealth Secretary General, current President of the
World Wildlife Fund
Wangari Maathai – Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, founder of the
Green Belt Movement


While I can not prove this next statement, my gut tells me President Barack Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on the promise of his signature on UN Kyoto Protocol treaty in December of this year at COP 15 in Copenhagen. Look at all the Peace Prize recipients on the list.

The pieces now begin to fall into place. I will spend the next several days, laying out pieces of this for you in as much as I can.

If you have anything to contribute to this, please leave your information in the comment section. I am merely a citizen like you, with a full time job. Any help that can be given to me would be appreciated.

Time is short. Please, tell everyone you know, no matter what side of the fence they are on. Please point them here. We will try to learn about this together,  quickly. I will be posting additional information on this daily until it’s all laid out.

Saturday is the 64th anniversary of the UN. I will be in my hometown protesting with a few others that understand what is happening. It only takes one to protest. Call your friends. Hold up signs. “Say no to Agenda 21- Tell our President NOT TO SIGN AWAY OUR SOVEREIGNTY IN DECEMBER OR EVER”. As I say repeatedly, change starts with YOU.

No matter what side of the proverbial fence you are on, I’ll bet this is not Change You Can Believe In!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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My Epiphany – It all boils down to this!

Posted on October 20, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State, General Info | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

As I assembled the Maurice Strong Database, all of a sudden I understood.

I am not a researcher, I am not a journalist, I have a full time job away from here. I am just a citizen, like you. None the less, I think I have it figured out.

Everything that is wrong with this country –  all of it boils down to the United Nations and Agenda 21 but more importantly, it boils down to one man – Maurice Strong.

Media Complicit and Lacking in Duty

http://www.crossroad.to/text/articles/hab2.html

*Traditional beliefs simply don’t fit the UN vision for 21st Century communities. To find more universal values,The UN Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)  met June 3-14, 1996 in Istanbul. Leaders convened a day-long “Dialogue” on the meaning of Solidarity at the elegant Ciragan Palace in Istanbul. The official list of 21 panel members included former Jerusalem mayor Teddy Kollek, historian Arthur Schlesinger, Jr, and Maurice Strong who led the 1992 UN conference on environment.

“I have gathered leaders with tremendous wisdom and prestige,” began Habitat Secretary-General Wally N’Dow. “They are bringing the spiritual dimension-the only ingredient that can bind societies together.” He had chosen an American moderator who would add credibility to the discussion: Robert MacNeil (of MacNeil-Lehrer), “one of the spiritual lights of the media industry today.”

This hand-picked “interfaith group” left little doubt that solidarity meant a universal shift to the new globalist-New Age paradigm (or world-view). “Change your whole way of thinking, because the new order of the spirit is confronting and challenging you,” said Millard Fuller, President of Habitat for Humanity.

“Citizenship for the next century is learning to live together,” said Federico Mayor, Director General of UNESCO. “The 21st Century city will be a city of social solidarity…. We have to redefine the words… [and write a new] social contract.”

“We should stop bemoaning the growth of cities,” added Dr. Ismail Serageldin, Vice President of The World Bank. “It’s going to happen and it’s a good thing, because cities are the vectors of social change and transformation. Let’s just make sure that social change and transformation are going in the right direction.” Later he added, “The media must act as part of the education process that counters individualism.”

Race to Global Governance and Loss of US Sovereignty

“[The Earth Summit will play an important role in] reforming and strengthening the United Nations as the centerpiece of the emerging system of democratic global governance.”
-Maurice Strong quoted in the September 1, 1997 edition of National Review magazine.

*In an essay by Strong entitled Stockholm to Rio: A Journey Down a Generation, he says:

“Strengthening the role the United Nations can play…will require serious examination of the need to extend into the international arena the rule of law and the principle of taxation to finance agreed actions which provide the basis for governance at the national level. But this will not come about easily. Resistance to such changes is deeply entrenched. They will come about not through the embrace of full blown world government, but as a careful and pragmatic response to compelling imperatives and the inadequacies of alternatives.”

 ”The concept of national sovereignty has been an immutable, indeed sacred, principle of international relations. It is a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation. What is needed is recognition of the reality that in so many fields, and this is particularly true of environmental issues, it is simply not feasible for sovereignty to be exercised unilaterally by individual nation-states, however powerful. The global community must be assured of environmental security.”

*Please take the time to read this snip from an old RMN article:

*…placing Strong in charge of U.N. reform could pose a significant threat to the American way of life as Strong has used his position to centralize power in the U.N. at the expense of national sovereignty.

*Journalist Elaine Dewar interviewed Strong and wrote about him in her book Cloak of Green. She writes, “He could raise his own money from whomever he liked, appoint anyone he wanted, control the agenda.” Also:

“He told me he had more unfettered power than a cabinet minister in Ottawa. He was right: He didn’t have to run for re-election, yet he could profoundly affect lives.”

That “unfettered power” led to his role in creating the Kyoto Protocol.

*In 1990, Maurice Strong gave an interview to WEST magazine, where he described how he envisioned the Earth being saved:

“Each year the World Economic Forum convenes in Davos, Switzerland. Hundreds of CEO’s, prime ministers, finance ministers, and leading academics gather each February to attend meetings and set the economic agendas for the year ahead.

“What if a small group of these world leaders were to conclude that the principle risk to the earth comes from the actions of the rich countries? And if the world is to survive, those rich countries would have to sign an agreement reducing their impact on the environment? Will they do it? Will the rich countries agree to reduce their impact on the environment? Will they agree to save the earth?

“The group’s conclusions is ‘no.’ The rich countries won’t do it. They won’t change. So, in order to save the planet, the group decides: Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilization collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?”

Two years after making that statement, Strong laid the foundation, and helped in the creation of the Kyoto Protocol.

The socialist agenda

http://www.crossroad.to/text/articles/la21_198.html

*This global contract binds all nations and spreading regions to the the collective vision of “sustainable development.” They must commit to pursue the three E’s of “sustainability”: Environment, Economy and Equity referring to the UN blueprint for environmental regulations, economic regulations, and social equity.   Agenda 21, the UN blueprint for global transformation, sounds good to many well meaning people. Drafted for the purpose of creating “sustainable societies”, it has been welcomed by nations around the world. Political, cultural, and media leaders have embraced its alluring visions of social justice and a healthy planet. They hide the lies behind its doomsday scenarios and fraudulent science. Relatively few consider the contrary facts and colossal costs.   After all, what could be wrong with preserving resources for the next generation? Why not limit consumption and reduce energy use? Why not abolish poverty and establish a global welfare system to train parents, monitor intolerance, and meet all our needs? Why not save the planet by trading cars for bikes, an open market for “self-sustaining communities,” and single dwellings for dense “human settlements” (located on transit lines) where everyone would dialogue, share common ground, and be equal?   The answer is simple. Marxist economics has never worked. Socialism produces poverty, not prosperity. Collectivism creates oppression, not freedom. Trusting environmental “scientists” who depend on government funding and must produce politically useful “information” will lead to economic and social disaster.   Even so, local and national leaders around the world are following the UN blueprint for global management and “sustainable communities,” and President Clinton is leading the way. A letter I received from The President’s Council on Sustainable Development states that –   “In April 1997, President Clinton asked the council to advise him on: next steps in building a new environmental management system for the 21st century… and policies that foster U.S. leadership on sustainable development internationally. The council was also charged to ensure that social equity issues are fully integrated…” (Emphasis added)   Many of our representatives are backing his plan. In a 1997 letter congratulating the Local Agenda 21 Advisory Board in Santa Cruz for completing their Action Plan, Congressman Sam Farr wrote,   “The Local Agenda 21 Action Plan not only has local significance, it also will have regional and national impacts. As you know, the President’s Council on Sustainable Development is beginning Phase III of its work with an emphasis on sustainable communities.” (emphasis added)   This agenda may already be driving your community ís “development”, so be alert to the clues. Notice buzzwords such as “visioning,” “partners,” and “stakeholders.” Know how to resist the consensus process. Ask questions, but don’t always trust the answers.

http://www.defenddemocracy.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=11779069&Itemid=347

*China is a special place for Strong, a self-declared, life-long socialist. It is the burial place of a woman said to be one of his relatives, the famous pro-communist American journalist Anna Louise Strong, a vociferous supporter of Lenin and Stalin until the mid-‘30s, and a strong booster of Mao Zedong’s China. Maurice Strong’s presence in Beijing, however, raises awkward questions: For one thing, China, while one of the world’s biggest producers of industrial pollution, has been profiting from the trading of carbon emissions credits – thanks to heavily politicized U.N.-backed environmental deals engineered by Strong in the 1990s.

Strong has refused to answer questions from FOX News about the nature of his business in China, though he has been linked in press reports to planned attempts to market Chinese-made automobiles in North America, and a spokesman for the U.S.-based firm that had invited him to speak in San Francisco, Cleantech Venture Network, says he has recently been “instrumental” in helping them set up a joint venture in Beijing. Strong’s assistant in Beijing did confirm by e-mail that he has an office in a Chinese government-hosted diplomatic compound, thanks to “many continuing relationships arising from his career including 40 years of active relationships in China.”

And from China, Strong has to this day maintained a network of personal and official connections within the U.N. system that he has long used to spin his own vast web of non-governmental organizations, business associates and ties to global glitterati. Within that web, Strong has developed a distinctive pattern over the years of helping to set up taxpayer-funded public bureaucracies, both outside and within the U.N., which he then taps for funding and contacts when he moves on to other projects.

*Crisis as opportunity from UN-DESA Policy Brief #17 Reaching A Climate Deal in Copenhagen

The current financial crisis provides an opportunity to make a fundamental change in the patterns of international cooperation, investment and production. New sustainable development trajectories are to be sought, based on low-carbon, clean technologies, with a large component of renewable energy sources. In fact, there are important synergies to be expected from integrating climate and energy related investments into strategies addressing the economic downturn, for example the employment gains of shifting towards renewable energy. A ‘shared vision’ based on the essential premise of the UNFCCC convention—common but diff erentiated responsibilities and capabilities will be the basis of any new international agreement agreed in Copenhagen. Negotiating parties must ensure that this shared vision show a clearand strong commitment to the overall objective of sustainable development and catch-up growth in developing countries. It should also include equity considerations such as poverty reduction and convergence in terms of income distribution and emissions per capita.

The rise of unions / acorn type organizations

http://www.crossroad.to/text/articles/hab2.html

*The US Network for Habitat II (led by Strong) is one of a myriad of national and international UN organizations committed to carry out the UN plan in local communities. “The Network is a forum for making sure people are heard,” explained one of its leaders. “Its role is to tie together the messages from all six UN conferences into practical action.”

“Partnerships will be increasingly important,” he continued. “People in faith communities can help us. We use the African proverb: “‘It takes a village to raise a child.’ …Collaboration links…government, the private sector, and the civil sector.”

Do you see the resemblance to the “People’s Government” that characterized the local “soviets” in the former USSR? Lenin knew he couldn’t win through representative democracy, so he organized local assemblies called Soviets. Linked through a national federation of Soviets, each local Soviet was ruled by the uneducated proletariat, the “raw material to be molded by an audacious leader” skilled in the use of propaganda. Private merchants, landlords, and priests were excluded from leadership. The chosen elites were supervised and disciplined by rulers at a higher level. Few dared complain. As Andrei Vishinsky wrote in The Law of the Soviet State, “There can be no place for freedom of speech, press, and so on for the foes of socialism.”

The UN plan matches US plans. The UN agenda fits well into the policy-making framework already being established in US communities. Three official plans for transforming cities show how UN tactics for change works hand-in-globe with US strategies.

In 1995, school districts from coast to coast were asked to use Education Secretary Riley’s Community Action Toolkit to change public opinion and win support for Goals 2000. In 1996, two similar plans for local transformation were introduced:

  • The Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide, the Habitat II action plan based on Agenda 21, the environmental program negotiated at the 1992 UN World Conference on Environment and Development.
  • Sustainable America: A New Consensus, a report by The President’s Council for Sustainable Development.

The striking similarity between the three plans suggest an alarming cooperation between the UN and US authors. All three share the following buzzwords or concepts: partnerships, consensus, lifelong learning, baselines or benchmarks, monitoring, assessment, data gathering, systemic change, system thinking, social development, etc. All stress the need to measure, assess, and monitor progress.

All are designed to bypass traditional government and govern people through a form of “citizens” or “grassroots participation” which the Encyclopedia Britannica refers to as “totalitarian democracy” and Communist leaders have called “People’s Government.” In the US, this system is already bypassing both state and national representative governments. As in Lenin’s Soviets, neither UN forums nor the US community meetings on education will acknowledge dissenting voices. Resisters are silenced by trained facilitators who only record voices that echo the “right” ideology.

 Health care “reform” agenda

http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2003/jul/03070703.html

Touted as one of the most well connected men on the planet, Strong has used his extensive web of high level international connections to advance the demise of national sovereignty, democracy and traditional religion and other elements he believes are causing an over-populous and environmentally-irresponsible humanity to endanger the planet.

Ed note: Cutting medicare to seniors is another way to introduce population control. As well, the UN strongly believes in womens reproductive rights and has mandated funding for birth control methods, including abortion. This covenant in Agenda 21 and other UN programs to control population is the driving force in the “reform” now being proposed – this is why it really is not about reforming health care, but rather instituting population control in a way most Americans would be oblivious to

Cap and trade

*Strong in an interview at WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM – WASHINGTON, D.C. on APRIL 4, 2001 was asked about biodiversity and smart growth helping with energy issues: Absolutely and also paradox, we are going to see higher energy prices, and higher energy prices will provide a very strong incentive for people to use energy more efficiently [JV: like giving a dog a bone]. Not that one should advocate high prices, but high prices are not all bad, they will permit people, and even [encourage] people to use energy more efficiently.

http://www.openmarket.org/2007/07/27/maurice-strong/

*Why am I not surprised to see his name involved with cap-and-trade? Let’s see, he was involved in Oil for Food, and cash funneled via U.N. agencies to North Korea, and under Kofi Annan received a million dollar check bankrolled by Saddam Hussein’s U.N.-sanctioned regime that was delivered by Tongsun Park—Maurice Strong embodies all that is sinister and shady.

Today he is involved in the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX), the only firm in the U.S. that trades carbon credits, no doubt because he cares about the environment.

Out of control governement spending and economic justice

http://www.maximsnews.com/news20091013mauricestronginterview10910130801.htm

*Maurice Strong: The unsustainable nature of our current economic system was dramatically revealed by both the climate change and the economic crises. They are inextricably linked on a systemic, integrated basis and cannot be managed as separate and competing issues. 

The climate change challenge requires us to make changes in the fundamental nature and functioning of our economic system and resist the temptation merely to patch up the existing system to enable to continue, however, temporally, on the pathway that led to its crisis. 

Only through fundamental change can we transcend these crises and rebuild the economic and social foundations of our civilization to ensure its survival and sustainability….

*…according to the U.S. Energy Information Agency, [ratifying Kyoto] could cost the economy $400 billion per year, raise electric utility rates by 86 per cent, hike the cost of heating oil by 76 per cent, and impose a permanent “Kyoto gasoline tax” of 66 cents per gallon. In total, each U.S. household would have to spend an extra $1,740 per year on energy. WEFA, an economic information and consulting firm, reports that 2.4 million jobs would be lost and manufacturing wages cut by 2.1 per cent.

* “This group of world leaders forms a secret society to bring about an economic collapse,” continued Strong, warming to his fantasy. “It’s February. They’re all at Davos. These aren’t terrorists.   “They’re world leaders. They have positioned themselves in the world’s commodities and stock markets. They’ve engineered, using their access to stock markets and computers and gold supplies, a panic. Then, they prevent the world’s stock markets from closing. They jam the gears. They hire mercenaries who hold the leaders at Davos as hostage. The markets can’t close…”   Strong catches himself. “I probably shouldn’t be saying things like this.”

* Strong, the executive coordinator of the reform effort at the UN and senior advisor to the President of the World Bank, has one goal: to shape a peaceful and equitable future for all humankind….

His book – Where On Earth Are We Going – was published in 2002.

(Amazon.com listing: http://www.amazon.com/Where-Earth-Are-We-Going/dp/158799092X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1256005038&sr=1-1 )

Unemployment rates

Frankly, we may get to the point where the only way of saving the world will be for industrial civilization to collapse.” -Maurice Strong quoted in the September 1, 1997 edition of National Review magazine.

Loss of the “American Lifestyle”

http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/6485

According to financial experts, the world, as we know it will change dramatically by the year 2012.  People, who provided for their families only three years ago, will be desperately searching for food. The story of the economic meltdown of 2008 begins and ends with the United Nations and its carefully managed One World Order. Behind the curtain of this dark chapter in human misery are ogres Maurice Strong and George Soros.

 It is both power lust and an all-consuming hatred of the United States of America that elevated this deadly duo to ogre status. Fortunately for all of those searching for answers, much of their plan for the world, post November 4, 2008 is already mapped out in writing.  Leading economic experts and Strong agree that in 2012 people will be going hungry.

Strong has worked diligently and effectively to bring his ideas to fruition, He is now in a position to implement them.” (Henry Lamb, The Rise of Global Governance, available at soverignty.net).  “His speeches and writings provide a clear picture of what to expect.  In 1991, Strong wrote the introduction to a book published by the Trilateral Commission, called Beyond Interdependence: The Meshing of the World’s Economy and the Earth’s Ecology, by Jim MacNeil. (David Rockefeller wrote the foreword).  Strong said this:

“This interlocking…is the new reality of the century, with profound implications for the shape of our institutions of governance, national and international.  By the year 2012, these changes must be fully integrated into our economic and political life.”

These chilling words are in line with ones he used for the opening session of the Rio Conference (Earth Summit II) in 1992, that industrialized countries have:

“Developed and benefited from the unsustainable patterns of production and consumption which have produced our present dilemma.  It is clear that current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class—involving high meat intake, consumption of large amounts of frozen and convenience foods, use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work-place air-conditioning, and suburban housing—are not sustainable.  A shift is necessary toward lifestyles less geared to environmentally damaging consumption patterns.”

The only change that has happened since 1992 is that Strong and Soros now have their Agent of Change coming to the White House.

http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/archive.cgi/noframes/read/112258

*Strong also directs the U.N.’s Business Council on Sustainable Development. Under his leadership, the council tries to affect peoples’ lives through U.N. policies that attempt to reduce the availability of meat products; limit the use of home and workplace air conditioners; discourage private ownership of motor vehicles; encroach on private property rights; and work to reduce the number of single family homes.

 The grab for control of our waterways

http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=214115

The California man made drought,which affects the American food supply, was caused by the federal government enforcing the Endangered Species Act, which has a rich history of robbing landowners of their rights. A closer look is warranted at the parties involved.

The lead Plaintiff in the water cut off is the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), a false environmental agency, with an $ 87 million dollar budget, funded by the Ford Foundation, which is infamous for their affiliation with eugenics during WWII. The NRDC is operating against freedom and toward control of the masses as evidenced by their website; the legislative bills that visitors are encouraged to support include the Clean Water Restoration Act, which could federalize all water and the Law of Sea Treaty which would hand over unprecedented power to the United Nations on American marine waterways. Further, the NRDC works with the UN World Bank, which is notorious for water privatization . ( Maurice Strong- Senior Advisor to the United Nations and World Bank)  The NRDC is a proud member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

The IUCN was created by the UN (Sir Julian Huxley of UNESCO, the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, to provide a more scientific base), advises the UN and develops treaties. The IUCN is active in identifying endangered species and one of their members include the US Fish and Wildlife Service, which is the agency that has the power to list endangered species. The IUCN frequently collaborates with the UN World Bank.

Laurance Rockefeller is named on the Board of Trustees of the NRDC. His family and the tax exempt Rockefeller Foundation have created and financed countless UN agencies and programs. The Rockefeller Foundation has gifted grants to the UN Population Council, which has its roots in eugenics, the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) and the UN World Bank. Read the transcript from Senator Norm Dodds’ interview with G. Edward Griffin for more information on the traitorous Rockefeller and Ford Foundations (http://www.realityzone.com/hiddenagenda2.html).

The Robert Redford Building houses the NRDC office in Los Angeles, and he is on the NRDC Board of Trustees. Robert Redford incessantly promotes man made global warming (which is based on corrupt science from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Control), as well as Sustainable Development which, through the UN Global Biodiversity Assessment report, advocates erasing humans from 50% of the landscape and massive depopulation. Further, he is on the Global Council on Awakening Arts and Entertainment, which is closely related to the Club of Budapest, a branch of the Club of Rome, an organization famous for writing that they would use pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages and famine to unite them, and then named humanity as the enemy.

 Ed Note- See also UN Law of the Seas https://soldierforliberty.wordpress.com/2009/07/16/news-for-07162009-pocket-full-of-czars-treaties-grassroots-for-hire-other-clusterucks/  and Senate Bill 787 http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-s787/show

 Indoctrination of our children

http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/6485

…“Education programs to teach the “global ethic” have been underway by UNESCO and by UNEP for more than twenty years.” (Page 90, The Rise of Global Governance). “That the U.S. government, through its representatives to the various U.N. agencies, has not already crushed this global governance agenda is s testament to the effectiveness of the U.N.’s education program.”

 http://www.crossroad.to/text/articles/la21_198.html

Remember, political activists, like self-proclaimed education “change agents”, have put expediency above integrity. As North Carolina school superintendent Jim Causby said at a 1994 international model school conference, “We have actually been given a course in how not to tell the truth. You’ve had that course in public relations where you learn to put the best spin on things.”

http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=28719

*“Agenda 21″ is now the earth’s new gospel. I believe that in the future it just may replace “The Communist Manifesto.” Ever read it? Your children are being taught it in their elementary schools through college. Furthermore, there are high school environmental clubs that are being taught to protest.

http://www.ukapologetics.net/08/christianhawk27.htm

*From Associated Press on February 1st, 2008 comes this report:

“PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Global warming issues took over lecture halls in colleges across the country (the United States) Thursday, with more than 1,500 universities participating in what was billed as the nation’s largest-ever “teach-in.”

Organizers said the goal of the event, dubbed “Focus the Nation,” was to move past preaching to the green choir, to reach a captive audience of students in many fields who might not otherwise tune in to climate change issues.

Faculty members from a wide spectrum of disciplines — from chemistry to costume design — agreed to incorporate climate change issues into their lectures on Thursday. Community colleges and some high schools also took part.

“It’s about infusing sustainability into the curriculum of higher education, so students can graduate prepared to deal with the world they have been handed,” said Lindsey Clark, 23, who organized events at the University of Utah.

 Funding of the IMF and World Bank

http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/6485

..  “A new Economic Security Council (ESC) would replace the existing Economic and Social Council.  The new ESC would consist of no more than 23 members who would have responsibility for all international financial and development activities.  The IMF, the World Bank, and the WTO—virtually all finance and development activities—would be under the authority of this body.  There would be no veto power by any nation. (Italics CFP’s).  Nor would there be permanent member status for any nation.” 

 *Michelle Malkin  •  May 13, 2009 

http://michellemalkin.com/2009/05/13/obamas-100-billion-imf-bailout-scheme/

I love how this works: Barack Obama pledged $100 billion in foreign aid to help bail out the ailing International Monetary Fund in April. Only after he announced it did he go to Congress and make his case for the money. And yesterday, Obama water-carriers on the Hill cooked up a fuzzy math scheme to make it all work. Voila! $108 billion  

 Government take over of General Motors

 http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/fpcomment/archive/2009/02/05/maurice-strong-let-china-buy-detroit.aspx#

 Encourage China to invest in the Big Three, to ensure their survival through the use of Chinese components

By Maurice F. Strong 

It is surely clear that the bailout of the U.S. automobile industry will not resolve its fundamental problems. But it could provide the time for a new approach that accords with the realities of the industry and can contribute to a resolution of its problems.

While I would not pretend to be an expert on the automobile industry, the close association I have had with it and my concern with its impacts on the environment — particularly the risks of climate change — have convinced me that radical changes are needed in the design and the use of automobiles. The need is particularly urgent in making the transition from fossil fuels to more environmentally benign alternatives and to develop new people-friendly approaches to transportation.

It would be unrealistic to expect that this can be done by denying ownership to people in China, India and other developing countries. The automobile industry is experiencing a growth that can be slowed down and rationalized but cannot be stopped. A prime example: The need to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions from autos is urgent and immediate. It cannot be achieved without giving high priority to the development of alternatives to oil and gas as their fuel, and to improved judgment and greater care in vehicle utilization. To be sure, some promising technologies and approaches are being developed, but thus far none are being developed on a scale that can be expected to meet this need in sufficient time.

The current crisis in the industry makes it possible to break new ground in resolving this fundamental dilemma in ways that would have been seen as unrealistic before the crisis. The Chinese have always regarded crises as creating opportunities. Now China could play a major role in helping to rescue the U.S. automobile industry while contributing to resolving the economic and environmental issues confronting the industry worldwide.

China’s domestic industry has been developing rapidly. Chinese companies are already moving into international markets and are inevitably targeting the U.S. market. While they have yet to meet the rigorous quality standards required, it is only a matter of time before they achieve this. In the meantime, the Chinese have provided U.S. and other foreign companies with some of their most profitable markets. And companies of both countries confront the challenge of leading the transition to the post fossil-fuels era.

All of this, I contend, provides a unique opportunity for a new era of co-operation between the Chinese and the North American auto industries in which others, like India, could also participate.

The main elements of such an agreement would be:

1.  Encourage and facilitate China to make major investments in General Motors, Ford and Chrysler that would enable them to reconstruct and revitalize their companies on a basis that would ensure their survival and competitiveness, including the use of Chinese components. This would be done through investment by, or joint ventures with, leading Chinese companies.

2.  The U.S. and Canadian markets would be opened on a selective basis to Chinese automobiles, which would be marketed through the General Motors, Ford and Chrysler dealer networks, restoring the viability and profitability of dealerships afflicted by the industry crisis.

3.  The U.S. companies would have their established positions in the China market secured. They would obtain the right to expand their production and distribution in that market in co-operation with their Chinese partners.

4. The United States, Canada and China would agree to undertake and support a co-operative program of technological development in which their main companies would lead. These developments would be designed to produce a new generation of environmentally benign, people-friendly automobiles with particular focus on the development of alternatives to fossil fuels as well as alternative approaches to personal transportation

There is no question that the negotiation of such an agreement, involving the governments of the countries as well as their industry leaders, would be difficult and complex. But the massive economic and environmental benefits that would accrue to them, and indeed to the entire world, provide a powerful incentive to undertake it. The new administration in the United States and the demonstrated capacity of the Chinese government to manage the processes of fundamental change make this challenging opportunity unique.

The attempt to diminish religion

http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/NewAge/Earth_Charter_Ark.htm

*Maurice Strong hinted at the overtly pagan agenda proposed for a future Earth Charter, when in his opening address to the Rio Conference delegates he said, “It is the responsibility of each human being today to choose between the force of darkness and the force of light.” [note: Alice Bailey, and Blavatsky before her, used these terms often. Their writings state that the ‘force of darkness’ are those who adhere to the ‘out-dated’ Judeo-Christian faith; those who continue along their ‘separative’ paths of the one true God. The ‘force of light’ (Lucifer), in their view, is the inclusive new age doctrine of a pagan pantheistic New World Religion. In the New Age of Aquarius there will be no room for the ‘force of darkness’ and ‘separativeness’.] “We must therefore transform our attitudes and adopt a renewed respect for the SUPERIOR LAWS OF DIVINE NATURE,” Strong finished with unanimous applause from the crowd.

http://www.crossroad.to/text/articles/la21_198.html

*The GBA concluded on page 763 that “the root causes of the loss of biodiversity are embedded in the way societies use resources.” The main culprit? Judeo-Christian values. Chapter 12.2.3 states that-   “This world view is characteristic of large scale societies, heavily dependent on resources brought from considerable distances. It is a world view that is characterized by the denial of sacred attributes in nature, a characteristic that became firmly established about 2000 years ago with the Judeo-Christian-Islamic religious traditions.  

 

“Eastern cultures with religious traditions such as Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism did not depart as drastically from the perspective of humans as members of a community of beings including other living and non-living elements.”

http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/archive.cgi/noframes/read/112258

*Strong is also involved in the U.N. Education Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Through his work in UNESCO, Strong promotes Gaia, the Earth God(dess), among the world’s youth. Strong is also the director of The Temple of Understanding in New York. He uses The Temple to encourage Americans concerned about the environment to replace Christianity with the worship of “mother earth.”

http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2003/jul/03070703.html

*Touted as one of the most well connected men on the planet, Strong has used his extensive web of high level international connections to advance the demise of national sovereignty, democracy and traditional religion and other elements he believes are causing an over-populous and environmentally-irresponsible humanity to endanger the planet.

For years, conservative intellectuals have derided those who voiced concerns about Strong’s Earth Charter and his plans for the demise of Christianity. However, earlier this year the Vatican warned against the “global ethics” which are the origin and core of the Earth Charter. In an article published in L’Osservatore Romano on February 11, Archbishop Javier Lozano Barragán, president of the Pontifical Council for Health Care Workers warned that the aim of the program was to supplant Christian values with a “global ethic.”

The Archbishop called the ‘global ethic’ movement an eco-religion which holds “sustainable development” as the highest good. He said it manifests itself “as a new spirituality that supplants all religions, because the latter have been unable to preserve the ecosystem.” In a word, this is “a new secular religion, a religion without God, or if you prefer, a new God that is the earth itself with the name GAIA,” he said. “The different religions existing in the world have been unable to generate this global ethic; therefore, they must be replaced by a new spirituality, which has as its end global well-being, within sustainable development,” explained Archbishop Barragán.

“FEMA Camps”??? Threats to Freedom of Speech?

http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/6485

But in Maurice Strong’s New World, NGOs will flag the new order about truth tellers: “The Commission (on Global Governance) believes that the U.N. should protect the “security of the people” inside the borders of sovereign nations, with or without the invitation of the national government.  It proposes the expansion of an NGO “early warning” network to function through the Petitions Council to alert the U.N. to possible action.” (Italics CFP’s).

And Corruption is not lost on Maurice Strong either:

http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=28719

*At a World Bank Conference on sustainable development several years ago, when economist Joseph Stiglitz presented this concept, I asked him if he was basically “bringing a new company public or a stock to market” in creating this permit-trading system. He answered, “Yes,” and with a very large grin said, “And we will do very well!” Within the last year, a carbon-trading market was established in Chicago.

Interestingly enough, Maurice Strong is one of its directors. Furthermore, it has been suggested that if the price of energy went up, it would encourage people to change to more efficient technologies, thus reducing carbon in the air. Can you imagine the profit insiders and interested parties would make on another oil embargo, let alone the money they will make bartering the carbon trading permits?

http://www.defenddemocracy.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=11779069&Itemid=347

*Along the way, Strong has also been caught up in a series of U.N. scandals and conflicts of interest. These extend from the notorious Oil-for-Food program to the latest furor over cash funneled via U.N. agencies to the rogue regime of North Korea, which involves, among other things, Strong’s creative use of a little-known, U.N.-chartered educational institution called the University for Peace. Above all, the tale of Maurice Strong illustrates the way in which the U.N., with its bureaucratic culture of secrecy, its diplomatic immunities, and its global reach, lends itself to manipulation by a small circle of those who best know its back corridors. …

http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/3618

*Instead of helping poor countries and poor people the machinations of Strong, Gore and the IPCC are reaping the rewards of their activities while the people pay the price. The people are paying in other ways as governments use IPCC reports to justify carbon taxes and other restrictive, punitive and expensive regulations. A huge industry has erupted as the UK newspaper the Telegraph reported.  “Investing in climate change is proving to be profitable for governments, corporations, and investors from many sectors. Governments recent subsidies towards energy-efficient programs is bringing in newfound wealth for investors. In addition, the rising price of oil have been influential in pushing investments towards alternative energy sources. CEO’s are taking charge in ways that were unforeseen.” So, the very people and industries the environmentalists and socialists despise are doing what they do best – make money.

 

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Maurice Strong- Man Behind Agenda 21 – Part 2

Posted on October 20, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State | Tags: , , |

Once again, thank you to Pam L. for your help in bringing this information to our attention! This is part 2 of the Maurice Strong database.  See part one here: http://bit.ly/3YktrQ

The link between Agenda 21 and your changing world – socialism http://www.middletownca.com/MAURICE-STRONG-SOCIALIST.htm  

The biggest threat to the sovereignty of the United States has to be United Nations Agenda 21.  Its tentacles are so interwoven into our lives it is like an aggressive cancer.

 

This cancer, Agenda 21, also known as Local Agenda 21 or LA-21, is nothing short of an attack on this country.  It came to life in 1992 and is spreading across the globe with the help of anyone who happens to buy into the idea of a global threat.  Its real purpose is hidden inside a cloaked presentation of environmental sustainability, however, it is about control of your life, your children’s lives, their children’s lives and on into perpetuity.

 

Maurice Strong is an admitted socialist.  His sister was a Marxist.  He thinks you and yours have eaten too much, used too much and now must pay.  Of course like every elite socialist, that just means you, not him, or his fellow elitist.

 

In 1991, Strong wrote the introduction to a book published by the Trilateral Commission, called Beyond Interdependence: The Meshing of the World’s Economy and the Earth’s Ecology, by Jim MacNeil. (David Rockefeller wrote the foreword). Strong said this:

“This interlocking…is the new reality of the century, with profound implications for the shape of our institutions of governance, national and international. By the year 2012, these changes must be fully integrated into our economic and political life.”  

He told the opening session of the Rio Conference (Earth Summit II) in 1992, that industrialized countries have:

“developed and benefited from the unsustainable patterns of production and consumption which have produced our present dilemma. It is clear that current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class — involving high meat intake, consumption of large amounts of frozen and convenience foods, use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work-place air-conditioning, and suburban housing — are not sustainable. A shift is necessary toward lifestyles less geared to environmentally damaging consumption patterns.”

In an essay by Strong entitled Stockholm to Rio: A Journey Down a Generation, he says:

“Strengthening the role the United Nations can play…will require serious examination of the need to extend into the international arena the rule of law and the principle of taxation to finance agreed actions which provide the basis for governance at the national level. But this will not come about easily. Resistance to such changes is deeply entrenched. They will come about not through the embrace of full blown world government, but as a careful and pragmatic response to compelling imperatives and the inadequacies of alternatives.”

 “The concept of national sovereignty has been an immutable, indeed sacred, principle of international relations. It is a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation. What is needed is recognition of the reality that in so many fields, and this is particularly true of environmental issues, it is simply not feasible for sovereignty to be exercised unilaterally by individual nation-states, however powerful. The global community must be assured of environmental security.”

 Yesterday there was a call by the United Nations to add a new tax to airline tickets to subsidize the poor of the world.  If this happens, you will have just been taxed not by your government but by a pseudo world government that is being handed control over your life. Your airline company which is owned by an American Corporation will be directed by the United Nations to levy and collect a tax on their behalf and when that happens our United States Government will have to be complicit in that action.

The U.N. Plan for Your “Sustainable” Community By Berit Kjos – 1998  http://www.crossroad.to/text/articles/la21_198.html

“…current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class – involving high meat intake use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work-place air-conditioning, and suburban housing – are not sustainable. A shift is necessary. which will require a vast strengthening of the multilateral system, including the United Nations…”   Maurice Strong , opening speech at the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development

 

Note: This global contract binds all nations and spreading regions to the the collective vision of “sustainable development.” They must commit to pursue the three E’s of “sustainability”: Environment, Economy and Equity referring to the UN blueprint for environmental regulations, economic regulations, and social equity.   Agenda 21, the UN blueprint for global transformation, sounds good to many well meaning people. Drafted for the purpose of creating “sustainable societies”, it has been welcomed by nations around the world. Political, cultural, and media leaders have embraced its alluring visions of social justice and a healthy planet. They hide the lies behind its doomsday scenarios and fraudulent science. Relatively few consider the contrary facts and colossal costs.   After all, what could be wrong with preserving resources for the next generation? Why not limit consumption and reduce energy use? Why not abolish poverty and establish a global welfare system to train parents, monitor intolerance, and meet all our needs? Why not save the planet by trading cars for bikes, an open market for “self-sustaining communities,” and single dwellings for dense “human settlements” (located on transit lines) where everyone would dialogue, share common ground, and be equal?   The answer is simple. Marxist economics has never worked. Socialism produces poverty, not prosperity. Collectivism creates oppression, not freedom. Trusting environmental “scientists” who depend on government funding and must produce politically useful “information” will lead to economic and social disaster.   Even so, local and national leaders around the world are following the UN blueprint for global management and “sustainable communities,” and President Clinton is leading the way. A letter I received from The President’s Council on Sustainable Development states that –   “In April 1997, President Clinton asked the council to advise him on: next steps in building a new environmental management system for the 21st century… and policies that foster U.S. leadership on sustainable development internationally. The council was also charged to ensure that social equity issues are fully integrated…” (Emphasis added)   Many of our representatives are backing his plan. In a 1997 letter congratulating the Local Agenda 21 Advisory Board in Santa Cruz for completing their Action Plan, Congressman Sam Farr wrote,   “The Local Agenda 21 Action Plan not only has local significance, it also will have regional and national impacts. As you know, the President’s Council on Sustainable Development is beginning Phase III of its work with an emphasis on sustainable communities.” (emphasis added)   This agenda may already be driving your community ís “development”, so be alert to the clues. Notice buzzwords such as “visioning,” “partners,” and “stakeholders.” Know how to resist the consensus process. Ask questions, but don’t always trust the answers. Remember, political activists, like self-proclaimed education “change agents”, have put expediency above integrity. As North Carolina school superintendent Jim Causby said at a 1994 international model school conference, “We have actually been given a course in how not to tell the truth. You’ve had that course in public relations where you learn to put the best spin on things.”

 

This agenda for the 21st Century was signed by 179 nations at the UN Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. Among other things, it called for a Global Biodiversity Assessment of the state of the planet. Prepared by the UN Environmental Programme (UNEP), this GBA armed UN leaders with the “information” and “science” they needed to validate their global management system. Its doomsday predictions were designed to excuse radical population reduction, oppressive lifestyle regulations, and a coercive return to earth-centered religions as the basis for environmental values and self-sustaining human settlements.   The GBA concluded on page 763 that “the root causes of the loss of biodiversity are embedded in the way societies use resources.” The main culprit? Judeo-Christian values. Chapter 12.2.3 states that-   “This world view is characteristic of large scale societies, heavily dependent on resources brought from considerable distances. It is a world view that is characterized by the denial of sacred attributes in nature, a characteristic that became firmly established about 2000 years ago with the Judeo-Christian-Islamic religious traditions.   “Eastern cultures with religious traditions such as Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism did not depart as drastically from the perspective of humans as members of a community of beings including other living and non-living elements.”6    Maurice Strong, who led the Rio conference, seems to agree. His ranch in Colorado is a gathering place for Buddhist, Bahai, Native American, and other earth-centered religions. Yet, while spearheading the restructuring of the United Nations (see ” World Heritage Protection?”), he also helped design the blueprint for the transformation of our communities. And in his introduction to The Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide,  he called local leaders around the world to “undertake a consultative process with their populations and achieve a consensus on ‘Local Agenda 21’ for their communities.”

 

AL GORE’S MENTOR IN ALL OF THIS IS MAURICE STRONG – THE ORIGINAL GAIA PROMOTER Posted By: Rayelan Date: Wednesday, 31-Oct-2007 15:45:43

 

http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/archive.cgi/noframes/read/112258

 

 

Maurice Strong has been the gray imminence behind the United Nations Secretary General for years. He has also been an adviser of Bill and Hillary Clinton.

“[I am] a socialist in ideology, a capitalist in methodology.”
-Maurice Strong as quoted in Macleans.

RMN readers will remember that I speculated back in 1999 that Hillary would use her run for the Senate as a stepping stone to the Presidency and she would appoint Bill as Secretary General.

Maurice Strong is an enemy of our way of life. He is the one behind Agenda 21 and the race to eliminate humans from most of the wild lands. He is the one behind Al Gore and Gore’s books.

“[The Earth Summit will play an important role in] reforming and strengthening the United Nations as the centerpiece of the emerging system of democratic global governance.”
-Maurice Strong quoted in the September 1, 1997 edition of National Review magazine.

I was told, shortly after Al Gore’s first book came out that the book was written long before Al Gore ever had an inkling that he would be promoting “Global Warming”. I was told he was handed the book, told to read it, and show up at his book signing. I believe Maurice Strong and his cadry of supporters wrote the book.

In the opening session of the Rio Earth Summit, Strong commented: “The concept of national sovereignty has been an immutable, indeed sacred, principle of international relations. It is a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation. It is simply not feasible for sovereignty to be exercised unilaterally by individual nation states, however powerful. The global community must be assured of environmental security.”

He believes that the only way to save the planet is to destroy civilization.

Frankly, we may get to the point where the only way of saving the world will be for industrial civilization to collapse.” -Maurice Strong quoted in the September 1, 1997 edition of National Review magazine.

This man is the man who is the mentor to Al Gore, Hillary Clinton and to a lesser extent, Bill Clinton.

Please take the time to read this snip from an old RMN article:

“…placing Strong in charge of U.N. reform could pose a significant threat to the American way of life as Strong has used his position to centralize power in the U.N. at the expense of national sovereignty.

In the early 1970s, U.N. Secretary General U Thant tapped Strong to organize and direct the Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment. The conference came to be known as the first Earth Summit. In the following year, Strong became the first director of the U.N. Environment Program. These two U.N. positions marked the beginning of Strong’s methodical march toward global governance. Strong’s most significant role at the U.N. to-date has been his position as
Secretary General of the 1992 U.N. Conference on the Environment and Development, the Rio Earth Summit.

In the opening session of the Rio Earth Summit, Strong commented: “The concept of national sovereignty has been an immutable, indeed sacred, principle of international relations. It is a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation. It is simply not feasible for sovereignty to be exercised
unilaterally by individual nation states, however powerful. The global community must be assured of environmental security.”

Interestingly, Strong had initially been blocked from participating in the conference by the U.S. Department of State. When Strong learned of this, however, he persuaded then-President George Bush to overrule the State Department.
Strong is also involved in the U.N. Education Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Through his work in UNESCO, Strong promotes Gaia, the Earth God(dess), among the world’s youth. Strong is also the director of The Temple of Understanding in New York. He uses The Temple to encourage Americans concerned about the environment to replace Christianity with the worship of “mother earth.”
Strong also directs the U.N.’s Business Council on Sustainable Development. Under his leadership, the council tries to affect peoples’ lives through U.N. policies that attempt to reduce the availability of meat products; limit the use of home and workplace air conditioners; discourage private ownership of motor vehicles; encroach on private property rights; and work to reduce the number of single family homes.
Selected Strong Quotes
Strong on national sovereignty at the opening session of the 1992 Earth Summit…
“The concept of national sovereignty has been an immutable, indeed sacred, principle of international relations. It is a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation. It is simply not feasible for sovereignty to be exercised unilaterally by individual nation states, however powerful. The
global community must be assured of environmental security.” -Maurice Strong at the 1992 Earth Summit.

Strong responding to a question by a reporter asking why he gave large donations to both political parties in the United States during the 1988 election cycle… “Because I wanted influence in the United States.” -Maurice Strong quoted in Saturday Night magazine.
Strong on the impending global environmental catastrophe…
“If we don’t change, our species will not survive… Frankly, we may get to the point where the only way of saving the world will be for industrial civilization to collapse.” -Maurice Strong quoted in the September 1, 1997 edition of National Review magazine.
Strong discussing the role the Earth Summit would play in the emerging system of global governance…
“[The Earth Summit will play an important role in] reforming and strengthening the United Nations as the centerpiece of the emerging system of democratic global governance.” -Maurice Strong quoted in the  September 1, 1997 edition of National Review magazine.

Maurice Strong’s Outlook on COP15 Climate Change Negotiations by Fred Dubee & Marisha Wojciechowska-Shibuya: 10/14/09(MaximsNewsNetwork) http://www.maximsnews.com/news20091013mauricestronginterview10910130801.htm  Maurice Strong has been at the forefront of international environmental negotiations for over 40 years, namely as the Secretary-General of both the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, which launched the world environment movement, and the 1992 Earth Summit. 

More recently, Mr. Strong has been actively advocating international compromise for tackling climate change. As the international community is frantically attempting to broker a new global climate treaty to combat climate change (set to be adopted in Copenhagen this December), we turn to Mr. Strong for perspective.

What is the crux of the climate change challenge?

Maurice Strong: The unsustainable nature of our current economic system was dramatically revealed by both the climate change and the economic crises. They are inextricably linked on a systemic, integrated basis and cannot be managed as separate and competing issues. 

The climate change challenge requires us to make changes in the fundamental nature and functioning of our economic system and resist the temptation merely to patch up the existing system to enable to continue, however, temporally, on the pathway that led to its crisis. 

Only through fundamental change can we transcend these crises and rebuild the economic and social foundations of our civilization to ensure its survival and sustainability….

Maurice Strong by Julie Walsh July 27, 2007

http://www.openmarket.org/2007/07/27/maurice-strong/

Why am I not surprised to see his name involved with cap-and-trade? Let’s see, he was involved in Oil for Food, and cash funneled via U.N. agencies to North Korea, and under Kofi Annan received a million dollar check bankrolled by Saddam Hussein’s U.N.-sanctioned regime that was delivered by Tongsun Park—Maurice Strong embodies all that is sinister and shady.

Today he is involved in the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX), the only firm in the U.S. that trades carbon credits, no doubt because he cares about the environment.

WHO IS MAURICE STRONG? National Review, Sept 1, 1997 by Ronald Bailey

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1282/is_n16_v49/ai_19722906/

.. Among the hats he currently wears are: Senior Advisor to UN Secretary General Kofi Annan; Senior Advisor to World Bank President James Wolfensohn; Chairman of the Earth Council; Chairman of the World Resources Institute; Co-Chairman of the Council of the World Economic Forum; member of Toyota’s International Advisory Board. As advisor to Kofi Annan, he is overseeing the new UN reforms.

Yet his most prominent and influential role to date was as Secretary General of the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development –the so-called Earth Summit — held in Rio de Janeiro, which gave a significant push to global economic and environmental regulation.

“He’s dangerous because he’s a much smarter and shrewder man [than many in the UN system],” comments Charles Lichenstein, deputy ambassador to the UN under President Reagan. “I think he is a very dangerous ideologue, way over to the Left.”

“This guy is kind of the global Ira Magaziner,” says Ted Galen Carpenter, vice president for defense and foreign-policy studies at the Cato Institute. “If he is whispering in Kofi Annan’s ear this is no good at all.” …

 

At the United Nations, the Curious Career of Maurice Strong
Claudia Rosett, George Russell, Fox News   
02/06/2007 http://www.defenddemocracy.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=11779069&Itemid=347 Before the United Nations can save the planet, it needs to clean up its own house. And as scandal after scandal has unfolded over the past decade, from Oil for Food to procurement fraud to peacekeeper rape, the size of that job has become stunningly clear. 

But any understanding of the real efforts that job entails should begin with a look at the long and murky career of Maurice Strong, the man who may have had the most to do with what the U.N. has become today, and still sparks controversy even after he claims to have cut his ties to the world organization.

From Oil for Food to the latest scandals involving U.N. funding in North Korea, Maurice Strong appears as a shadowy and often critically important figure.

Strong, now 77, is best known as the godfather of the environmental movement, who served from 1973-1975 as the founding director of the U.N. Environment Program (UNEP) in Nairobi. UNEP is now a globe-girdling organization with a yearly budget of $136 million, which claims to act as the world’s environmental conscience. Strong consolidated his eco-credentials as the organizer of the U.N.’s 1992 environmental summit in Rio de Janeiro, which in turn paved the way for the controversial 1997 Kyoto Treaty on controlling greenhouse gas emissions.

But his green credentials scarcely begin to do justice to Strong’s complicated back-room career. He has spent decades migrating through a long list of high-level U.N. posts, standing behind the shoulder of every U.N. secretary-general since U Thant . Without ever holding elected office, he has had a hand in some of the world’s most important bureaucratic appointments, both at the U.N. and at the World Bank. A Canadian wheeler-dealer with an apple face and pencil mustache, Strong has parlayed his personal enthusiasms and connections into a variety of huge U.N. projects, while punctuating his public service with private business deals.

Along the way, Strong has also been caught up in a series of U.N. scandals and conflicts of interest. These extend from the notorious Oil-for-Food program to the latest furor over cash funneled via U.N. agencies to the rogue regime of North Korea, which involves, among other things, Strong’s creative use of a little-known, U.N.-chartered educational institution called the University for Peace. Above all, the tale of Maurice Strong illustrates the way in which the U.N., with its bureaucratic culture of secrecy, its diplomatic immunities, and its global reach, lends itself to manipulation by a small circle of those who best know its back corridors. …

Since then, Strong has receded, as he often does, into the shadows. He is currently spending most of his time in China. His name flickered recently through the speaker lineup for a gala dinner for clean technologies in San Francisco, but the organizers say he then canceled because “he has so much going on” in China.

China is a special place for Strong, a self-declared, life-long socialist. It is the burial place of a woman said to be one of his relatives, the famous pro-communist American journalist Anna Louise Strong, a vociferous supporter of Lenin and Stalin until the mid-‘30s, and a strong booster of Mao Zedong’s China. Maurice Strong’s presence in Beijing, however, raises awkward questions: For one thing, China, while one of the world’s biggest producers of industrial pollution, has been profiting from the trading of carbon emissions credits – thanks to heavily politicized U.N.-backed environmental deals engineered by Strong in the 1990s.

Strong has refused to answer questions from FOX News about the nature of his business in China, though he has been linked in press reports to planned attempts to market Chinese-made automobiles in North America, and a spokesman for the U.S.-based firm that had invited him to speak in San Francisco, Cleantech Venture Network, says he has recently been “instrumental” in helping them set up a joint venture in Beijing. Strong’s assistant in Beijing did confirm by e-mail that he has an office in a Chinese government-hosted diplomatic compound, thanks to “many continuing relationships arising from his career including 40 years of active relationships in China.”

And from China, Strong has to this day maintained a network of personal and official connections within the U.N. system that he has long used to spin his own vast web of non-governmental organizations, business associates and ties to global glitterati. Within that web, Strong has developed a distinctive pattern over the years of helping to set up taxpayer-funded public bureaucracies, both outside and within the U.N., which he then taps for funding and contacts when he moves on to other projects.

The Legacy of Maurice Strong from WND By Joan Veon
© 2009 WorldNetDaily.com

http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=28719  

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Ten years ago, as I was reading a very small article in the Washington Post on the Rio Earth Summit, I laughed and told my husband, “Those crazy environmentalists who don’t know their right foot from their left foot are having this huge meeting in Rio and it won’t go anywhere.”

On their own, their movement would never amount to a hill of beans. However, given the environmental mandate of “The Report from Iron Mountain,” a secret report commissioned by the Kennedy administration in 1961 to find political and economic alternatives for a time in which the world would have no more wars, I was very naive and wrong.

Maurice Strong who was the secretary-general of the 1972 and 1992 environmental conferences made the following comments 10 years ago at the closing meeting:

Nothing less than the future of our planet as the home for our species and others has been the object of our work. The world will not be the same after this conference. The prospects for our Earth cannot, must not, be the same. We came here to alter those prospects and change to a more promising and sustainable future.

Each of the conventions on climate change and biodiversity has been signed by more than 150 nations. “Agenda 21” still stands as the most comprehensive, most far-reaching and if implemented, the most effective program of international action. It is not a final and complete action program, but one, which must continue to evolve.

On finance – we are a long way from meeting the needs for “Agenda 21.” We have established a new global partnership. We should consider new taxes, user charges, emission permits, citizen funding – all based on the polluter-pays principle.

Using what has been put in place in the last 10 years and the current program of action let me update you with his legacy.

The earth is not the same. We have been turned upside down and inside out. The reordering of God’s balance for earth and the demotion of man to being equal to a plant or animal is the first understanding. You and I are no longer valued the same as we were when God’s rules reigned in the hearts of government. We are now a species, or a class, instead of a human as in being, soul, individual, person or creature. We are more expendable now and, as you will see, can be herded like cows.

With regard to climate change – which basically says cows, human and plants give off too much carbon dioxide or greenhouse gases – it maintains that pollution and the burning of forests and coal must be reduced. Because we all share the atmosphere, climate warming became the “first global problem” that individual firms and countries could not solve on their own. The major transnational corporations have been working on a scheme of trading carbon permits as a way for us to transfer part of our carbon to lesser-developed countries that have less pollution.

At a World Bank Conference on sustainable development several years ago, when economist Joseph Stiglitz presented this concept, I asked him if he was basically “bringing a new company public or a stock to market” in creating this permit-trading system. He answered, “Yes,” and with a very large grin said, “And we will do very well!” Within the last year, a carbon-trading market was established in Chicago.

Interestingly enough, Maurice Strong is one of its directors. Furthermore, it has been suggested that if the price of energy went up, it would encourage people to change to more efficient technologies, thus reducing carbon in the air. Can you imagine the profit insiders and interested parties would make on another oil embargo, let alone the money they will make bartering the carbon trading permits?

“Agenda 21” is now the earth’s new gospel. I believe that in the future it just may replace “The Communist Manifesto.” Ever read it? Your children are being taught it in their elementary schools through college. Furthermore, there are high school environmental clubs that are being taught to protest. The follow up to “Agenda 21” is being put forth at this summit. It calls for a number of actions- especially in the areas of biodiversity, health, energy, water and agriculture. The more than 150 action items create a web of control, management and expense that will bring unbelieveable hardship for each of us. Furthermore, “Agenda 21” is changing and evolving. These geniuses are learning by trial and error. You and I and all of God’s creation have become a global labratory. …

…The world is not the same. We have been hijacked by a group of rogue kings, princes, presidents and prime ministers – not to mention corporate CEOs, insiders and international bankers. “Agenda 21” basically pits the proletariat against the serfs. The more I hear, the more I read, I believe that making the 21st century sustainable is nothing more than a time of 21st-century “feudalism.” This is Maurice Strong’s legacy to us.

Maurice Strong- No Better Place to Hide Than China – freedomadvocates.org http://bit.ly/4lCOGY 

Written by Judi McLeod   
31 October 2006    

What we didn’t know, but read with relish in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, is that the smooth-talking architect of the Kyoto Protocol, has no choice but to remain in the Orient,

“Maurice must now remain in China (where he is very welcome) to avoid questioning by the FBI and Canadian investigators about the $1 million that Tongsun gave him and which Mo tried to hide in his son Fred’s nuclear power company, which now is bankrupt.” (Pittsburg Tribune-Review, July 30, 2006.)

Pointing out that Strong is “very welcome” in China is a polite way of saying that he’s right at home where overpaid environmental spin doctors have long claimed that Maurice Strong was the only man alive who could see that the United States of America is replaced by Communist China as world superpower.

That’s where Mo’s sidekick Mikhail Gorbachev–who was never really ever out–comes in.

Gorbachev is living La Dolce Vita in San Francisco at the Presidio, where in 1993, he had a three-star general present him the keys to his new digs.

International diplomats, no matter how anti-American, always arrive in the West with a soft landing.

The Tribune-Review comes right out and throws sunlight on the business partnership Strong has with George Soros.

Like the bad guys in a spy movie, Strong and Soros teamed up on the Chery, a sort of poor man’s made-in-China vehicle, with which they hope to flood the U.S. market next year.

CFP thinks that it’s only natural that Strong would be dodging the authorities in China….

Canada’s Heir-Apparent Prime Minister Courts One-Worlder Maurice Strong for Advisor

Strong no fan of democracy, national sovereignty or any traditional religions

http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2003/jul/03070703.html

OTTAWA, July 7, 2003 (LifeSiteNews.com) – As if population control guru and one-worlder Maurice Strong did not have enough to do as a top advisor to the United Nations and the World Bank, and running confabs for the world’s wealthiest and most powerful, he is now being courted as a top advisor to Paul Martin, the man set to become Canada’s next Prime Minister. The Ottawa Citizen reports that Strong’s new role will commence at the end of this year or early next, after the Nov. 15 Liberal leadership race.

Hanne Strong, Maurice’s wife, told the Citizen’s parent company CanWest that she and her husband have bought a condo in downtown Ottawa and intend to move back to Ottawa as early as November. Mrs. Strong runs a synchretic New Age centre on the couple’s 160,000-acre Baca ranch in Colorado.

Despite being an environmental extremist and admitted overpopulation doomsayer who has publicly endorsed legal limits on family size, Strong is nonetheless well regarded by world leaders. Touted as one of the most well connected men on the planet, Strong has used his extensive web of high level international connections to advance the demise of national sovereignty, democracy and traditional religion and other elements he believes are causing an over-populous and environmentally-irresponsible humanity to endanger the planet.

Beginning with the concept of fostering a new “global ethic”, Strong, along with fellow de-population advocates Mikhail Gorbachev and Stephen Rockefeller, co-produced the Earth Charter to be a New World Ten Commandments. Such nonsense would normally not be taken seriously except for the connections that Strong has at the U.N. and with many current and past world leaders.

For years, conservative intellectuals have derided those who voiced concerns about Strong’s Earth Charter and his plans for the demise of Christianity. However, earlier this year the Vatican warned against the “global ethics” which are the origin and core of the Earth Charter. In an article published in L’Osservatore Romano on February 11, Archbishop Javier Lozano Barragán, president of the Pontifical Council for Health Care Workers warned that the aim of the program was to supplant Christian values with a “global ethic.”

The Archbishop called the ‘global ethic’ movement an eco-religion which holds “sustainable development” as the highest good. He said it manifests itself “as a new spirituality that supplants all religions, because the latter have been unable to preserve the ecosystem.” In a word, this is “a new secular religion, a religion without God, or if you prefer, a new God that is the earth itself with the name GAIA,” he said. “The different religions existing in the world have been unable to generate this global ethic; therefore, they must be replaced by a new spirituality, which has as its end global well-being, within sustainable development,” explained Archbishop Barragán.

See the Citizen coverage:
http://www.canada.com/ottawa/ottawacitizen/story.asp?id=927E5EEF-64A8-426A-A262-…

See previous LifeSite reports:
UN’S KOFI ANNAN SENDS ONE-WORLDER MAURICE STRONG TO KOREA
http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2003/jan/03010703.html
Playing With the World’s Agenda
http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/1999/sep/990903a.html

 

Master of Sustainable Development Deception

http://www.earstohear.net/Archives/maurice_strong.html

THE WEEKEND INTERVIEW OCTOBER 11, 2008 Maurice Strong The U.N.’s Man of Mystery Is the godfather of the Kyoto treaty a public servant or a profiteer?By CLAUDIA ROSETT – Mr. Strong may have left the U.N. behind, but his current office is a penthouse suite in a building that houses at least three U.N. agencies (UNIDO, UNFPA and UNHCR), plus such diplomatic tenants as the embassies of Mozambique, Cyprus, and the Bahamas, as well as the Venezuelan defense attaché. He received me at his nearby apartment wearing a striped blue polo shirt, dark slacks and in his stocking feet. There were photos of Mr. Strong posing amid a multitude of world leaders at the Rio summit, and a close-up of Mr. Strong gazing into the camera beside a smiling Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The latter photo was taken in her office a few years ago, when “I went to brief her on a couple of things.”

Veteran U.N. bureaucrat Maurice Strong of Canada is being positioned as the next U.N. Secretary-General. He founded the U.N. Environmental Program, which has an “Environmental Sabbath” project that aims to set aside a day of the week as a day of rest for the earth, not God. The project encourages young people to sit around a tree and meditate. Strong, an associate of Vice President Albert Gore, has openly speculated about a collapse of Western industrial society being necessary to usher in a more environmentally-sustainable civilization. He is working with former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev to develop an “Earth Charter,” another U.N. treaty, to save the planet and the earth spirit “Gaia” from plunder. Gore himself writes about “Gaia,” the earth spirit or Goddess, in his own book, Earth in the Balance. According to this religious worldview, the interests of plants, animals and things are put above the needs of human beings. The use of natural resources becomes blasphemy against the earth spirit “Gaia.” http://www.usasurvival.org/next-sg.html

Who is Global Warming Propagandist Maurice Strong?

How Can a Publically Unknown ‘Behind the Scenes’ Marxist Wield Such Incredible Western Influence?

http://www.ukapologetics.net/08/christianhawk27.htm

From Associated Press on February 1st, 2008 comes this report:

 

“PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Global warming issues took over lecture halls in colleges across the country (the United States) Thursday, with more than 1,500 universities participating in what was billed as the nation’s largest-ever “teach-in.”

Organizers said the goal of the event, dubbed “Focus the Nation,” was to move past preaching to the green choir, to reach a captive audience of students in many fields who might not otherwise tune in to climate change issues.

Faculty members from a wide spectrum of disciplines — from chemistry to costume design — agreed to incorporate climate change issues into their lectures on Thursday. Community colleges and some high schools also took part.

“It’s about infusing sustainability into the curriculum of higher education, so students can graduate prepared to deal with the world they have been handed,” said Lindsey Clark, 23, who organized events at the University of Utah.

The day’s activities were the brainchild of Eban Goodstein, an economics professor at Lewis & Clark College in Portland who authored a widely used collegiate textbook on economics and the environment. Major funding came from Nike, Clif Bar and Stonyfield Farms, among other companies and foundations.

Goodstein, who has spent years training people to speak on climate change, said he issued a call to arms to fellow professors across the country a few years ago, as his certainty grew that time was running out to address global warming….”

Already television and other news media in Britain and the United States is filling with this ‘global warming’ propaganda and students on campus are clearly not being spared.

But the truth is that these ‘warming hysteriaists’ continue to enjoy an exposure which goes way beyond any truth or substance in their arguments; propaganda and influence is the name of their game. This Marxist-influenced movement wants nothing less than the destruction of the present world economic status quo. This is their real game, even though thousands who are being drawn into their insidious web have little knowledge of their true goals. At least Maurice Strong, one of the leaders of the 1992 ‘Earth Summit’ in Rio de Janeiro, was prepared to tell the truth when he stated,

“Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilisations collapse? Isn’t it part of our responsibility to bring that about?” …

UN studying Maurice Strong’s business ties http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/1113961328740_9/?hub=World   AP- UNITED NATIONS — The UN is studying whether it was appropriate for its envoy for North Korea to maintain business ties with a South Korean businessman accused of wrongdoing in the oil-for-food scandal, officials said Tuesday.

Secretary General Kofi Annan said he had not known about the ties between Canadian businessman Maurice Strong and Tongsun Park, a native of North Korea and citizen of South Korea who was also accused in the 1970s of trying to buy influence in Congress.

Strong is the UN pointman on stalled talks aimed at persuading North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons programs.

Maurice Frederick Strong – bio

http://www.pehi.eu/organisations/introduction/PEHI_Maurice_F_Strong_bio.htm

Strong was born in 1929, and educated in Manitoba, Canada. Son of Frederick Milton and Mary Fyfe Strong. Ran away from home in 1943, but his father retrieved him. Ran away again and became Arctic trading-post employee for the Hudson’s Bay Company 1944-1945. Went to New York in 1947 to take a job as assistant pass officer in the Identification Unit of the Security Section. He lived with Noah Monod, then treasurer of the United Nations. In 1947, at the age of only 18, he is listed as a member of the Secretariat of the United Nations in New York. Here, he (supposedly) first met David Rockefeller and learned that the UN’s funds were handled by Rockefeller’s Chase Bank. He also met the other Rockefeller brothers and other influential people as well. Although Strong kept his UN job only two months, he met very influential people through Noah Monod. According to the National Council for Science and the Environment: “He [Maurice] first worked with the United Nations as a junior officer in 1947, when he was just eighteen, and returned in 1970 to lead the Conference on the Human Environment in Geneva, after which he became the executive director of the UN’s environmental program…” 

Canada Free Press Maurice Strong Article Catalog

http://www.canadafreepress.com/maurice-strong.htm

A treasure trove of info here – good resource

Maurice Strong and the Collapse of Industrialized Civilizations

Posted by Duane Lester on Apr 30th, 2008  

Journalist Elaine Dewar interviewed Strong and wrote about him in her book Cloak of Green. She writes, “He could raise his own money from whomever he liked, appoint anyone he wanted, control the agenda.” Also:

“He told me he had more unfettered power than a cabinet minister in Ottawa. He was right: He didn’t have to run for re-election, yet he could profoundly affect lives.”

That “unfettered power” led to his role in creating the Kyoto Protocol.

In 1990, Maurice Strong gave an interview to WEST magazine, where he described how he envisioned the Earth being saved:

“Each year the World Economic Forum convenes in Davos, Switzerland. Hundreds of CEO’s, prime ministers, finance ministers, and leading academics gather each February to attend meetings and set the economic agendas for the year ahead.

“What if a small group of these world leaders were to conclude that the principle risk to the earth comes from the actions of the rich countries? And if the world is to survive, those rich countries would have to sign an agreement reducing their impact on the environment? Will they do it? Will the rich countries agree to reduce their impact on the environment? Will they agree to save the earth?

“The group’s conclusions is ‘no.’ The rich countries won’t do it. They won’t change. So, in order to save the planet, the group decides: Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilization collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?”

Two years after making that statement, Strong laid the foundation, and helped in the creation of the Kyoto Protocol. According to Wikipedia, “The Kyoto Protocol is a protocol to the international Framework Convention on Climate Change with the objective of reducing greenhouse gases that cause climate change.” Another way of saying that is “an agreement reducing their impact on the environment.” What has been the result of the agreement? “The rich countries won’t do it. They won’t change.

It seems the rich countries are up to their necks in fines, while the developing countries don’t have to worry about caps on emissions. Sound familiar?

If the United States were to sign the treaty, it is expected to have disastrous results:

…according to the U.S. Energy Information Agency, [ratifying Kyoto] could cost the economy $400 billion per year, raise electric utility rates by 86 per cent, hike the cost of heating oil by 76 per cent, and impose a permanent “Kyoto gasoline tax” of 66 cents per gallon. In total, each U.S. household would have to spend an extra $1,740 per year on energy. WEFA, an economic information and consulting firm, reports that 2.4 million jobs would be lost and manufacturing wages cut by 2.1 per cent.

Dossier

A publication providing succinct biographical sketches of environmental scientists, economists, “experts,” and activists released by The National Center for Public Policy Research.

http://www.nationalcenter.org/DossierStrong.html

Where On Earth Are We Going?

http://www.iaed.org/books/strong.html

Strong takes us behind the scenes of several of the most important events in the international environmental movement over the last three decades, including the historic 1992 Earth Summit in Rio, for which he was the principal organizer. He speaks frankly about how little success there’s been in reversing the trends of environmental decline in the years since Rio. To combat the situation, Strong draws upon his years of experience as a corporate leader and political organizer and offers advice for saving Earth from ruin in the crucial decades ahead.

Starting with a grim scenario in which world hunger, global warming, environmental destruction, political turmoil and other ills are allowed to run unchecked, a worst-case illustration of his belief that “the environment is not just an issue but a symbol of the way industrial civilization has gone terribly wrong,” he presses the case for nations and corporations to adopt eco-friendly policies of sustainable development, offering several concrete methods for reversing the planet’s decline. He also discusses the crucial role the UN has to play in this movement-what it can do to help and, just as importantly, what it cannot.

Fight Kyoto Book Excerpt featured in the Calgary
Sun and Edmonton Sun http://www.taxtyranny.ca/images/HTML/Maurice-Strong/article1.html   There has been no one like Maurice Strong before, except perhaps in fiction – Ernst Blofeld comes to mind, 007’s round-faced nemesis in You Only Live Twice. But Blofeld sought to attack the world order, to challenge it from some remote hideaway – not to co-opt it, and transform it from the inside as Strong does.   Blofeld would threaten a meeting of the UN; Strong would chair the meeting and script its agenda. Strangely, Strong once indulged his inner Blofeld, musing to a stunned reporter about a violent plot to take over the world through one of his many super-organizations.   In 1990, Strong told a reporter a fantasy scenario for the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland – where 1,000 diplomats, CEOs and politicians gather “to address global issues.”   Strong, naturally, is on the board of the World Economic Forum. “What if a small group of these world leaders were to conclude the principal risk to the earth comes from the actions of the rich countries?…   In order to save the planet, the group decides: Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring this about?”   That’s Strong talking, but those are Blofeld’s words coming out. But this is no fictitious Bond movie villain speaking – it is the man who chaired the Rio Earth Summit and who is Kofi Annan’s senior adviser.   “This group of world leaders forms a secret society to bring about an economic collapse,” continued Strong, warming to his fantasy. “It’s February. They’re all at Davos. These aren’t terrorists.   “They’re world leaders. They have positioned themselves in the world’s commodities and stock markets. They’ve engineered, using their access to stock markets and computers and gold supplies, a panic. Then, they prevent the world’s stock markets from closing. They jam the gears. They hire mercenaries who hold the leaders at Davos as hostage. The markets can’t close…”   Strong catches himself. “I probably shouldn’t be saying things like this.” But is fantasizing about holding the world hostage, like Dr. Evil in an Austin Powers movie, any less strange than Strong’s other solutions to environmental problems?

Maurice Strong: The new guy in your future! By Henry Lamb January, 1997

http://www.sovereignty.net/p/sd/strong.html  

Strong’s first exposure to the U.N. came in 1947 when, at 18, he went to New York to take a job as assistant pass officer in the Identification Unit of the Security Section. He lived with Noah Monod, then treasurer of the U.N.. Here, he first met David Rockefeller and learned that the U.N.’s funds were handled by Rockefeller’s Chase Bank. He also met the other Rockefeller brothers and other influential people as well.

The idea of global governance emerged during this era. John J. McCloy was a member of the law firm that represented the Rockefeller’s business interests. McCloy helped set up the World Bank and became its first president. He also became an assistant to Roosevelt’s secretary of war, Henry Stimson. McCloy had been with Truman, Andrei Gromyko and Stalin at Potsdam in 1945, and it was McCloy who first received word that the atomic bomb test at Almagordo had been successful. He was appointed to a presidential commission to respond to a Soviet proposal that the United Nations control future development of atomic power. McCloy recommended that the U.S. turn over all information about the atomic bomb, including where to find uranium, to the U.N.. This idea of allowing the U.N. to become a supranational agency was also promoted by the Rockefellers and the Rockefeller-funded Council on Foreign Relations.

Strong has worked diligently and effectively to bring his ideas to fruition. He is now in a position to implement them. His speeches and writings provide a clear picture of what to expect. In 1991, Strong wrote the introduction to a book published by the Trilateral Commission, called Beyond Interdependence: The Meshing of the World’s Economy and the Earth’s Ecology, by Jim MacNeil. (David Rockefeller wrote the foreword). Strong said this:

    “This interlocking…is the new reality of the century, with profound implications for the shape of our institutions of governance, national and international. By the year 2012, these changes must be fully integrated into our economic and political life.”

He told the opening session of the Rio Conference (Earth Summit II) in 1992, that industrialized countries have:

    “developed and benefited from the unsustainable patterns of production and consumption which have produced our present dilemma. It is clear that current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class — involving high meat intake, consumption of large amounts of frozen and convenience foods, use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work-place air-conditioning, and suburban housing — are not sustainable. A shift is necessary toward lifestyles less geared to environmentally damaging consumption patterns.”

In an essay by Strong entitled Stockholm to Rio: A Journey Down a Generation, he says:

    “Strengthening the role the United Nations can play…will require serious examination of the need to extend into the international arena the rule of law and the principle of taxation to finance agreed actions which provide the basis for governance at the national level. But this will not come about easily. Resistance to such changes is deeply entrenched. They will come about not through the embrace of full blown world government, but as a careful and pragmatic response to compelling imperatives and the inadequacies of alternatives.”

    “The concept of national sovereignty has been an immutable, indeed sacred, principle of international relations. It is a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation. What is needed is recognition of the reality that in so many fields, and this is particularly true of environmental issues, it is simply not feasible for sovereignty to be exercised unilaterally by individual nation-states, however powerful. The global community must be assured of environmental security.”

Maurice Strong has demonstrated an uncanny ability to manipulate people, institutions, governments, and events to achieve the outcome he desires. Through his published writings and public presentations he has declared his desire to empower the U.N. as the global authority to manage a new era of global governance. He has positioned his NGO triumvirite, the IUCN, WWF, and the WRI, to varnish U.N. activity with the perception of “civil society” respectability. And now he has been appointed Senior Advisor to the U.N. Secretary General and assigned the responsibility of reforming the United Nations bureaucracy. The fox has been given the assignment, and all the tools necessary, to repair the henhouse to his liking.

Maurice Strong Politics 101

BY Dr. Tim Ball  Monday, June 23, 2008 http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/3618 Rather than summarize how Maurice Strong used the United Nations and specifically the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) to achieve his goal of getting rid of the industrialized nations this final article examines the devastation it has already brought.  Reports of the IPCC, falsely presented as based on science, were used to scare the world, initially about global warming and then climate change. Politicians caught up with the need to appear green grasped at the output of the IPCC. They were thus vulnerable and easily fooled because they didn’t understand and the entire objective of the IPCC was to mislead, misdirect and distort.

Instead of helping poor countries and poor people the machinations of Strong, Gore and the IPCC are reaping the rewards of their activities while the people pay the price. The people are paying in other ways as governments use IPCC reports to justify carbon taxes and other restrictive, punitive and expensive regulations. A huge industry has erupted as the UK newspaper the Telegraph reported.  “Investing in climate change is proving to be profitable for governments, corporations, and investors from many sectors. Governments recent subsidies towards energy-efficient programs is bringing in newfound wealth for investors. In addition, the rising price of oil have been influential in pushing investments towards alternative energy sources. CEO’s are taking charge in ways that were unforeseen.” So, the very people and industries the environmentalists and socialists despise are doing what they do best – make money.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Maurice Strong, Agenda 21 and more from Lord Moncton

Posted on October 20, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State, General Info | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Over the weekend we became aware of the speech given by Lord Christopher Moncton at the Free Market Institute in Minnesota late last week. That speech highlighted the danger we are in, as a sovereign nation, come December of this year. It is then world leaders will meet in Copenhagen to address the Kyoto Protocol. If you are not up to speed on this, please refer back to the video and accompanying information here before proceeding : http://bit.ly/WQeQ7
 
Monday, Glenn Beck was able to speak with Lord Moncton by phone. That audio is presented for you here:
 

 
 
In the conversation, Lord Moncton mentions Maurice Strong. Several shocking bits of information have come to my attention, many with help from fellow patriots JoAnne Moretti and Pam L. I wish to thank them for their help on assembling this laundry list of eye openers. There are so many that I find it necessary to publish under seperate cover with a short synopsis and the link for you to comb over at will. http://wp.me/pxG9Z-cn
 

THE ROBINHOOD PLAN aka Agenda 21
 
Let me make this easy for you. The UN has devised a plan where upon they take from the rich (you and I and anyone else in the world that works for a living) and give to the poor (those countries who refuse to elevate themselves due to corrupt governments, societal concerns, etc..) Just like “Oil for Food” however, the real plan is just to steal our money and institute a mafia like system to bully us into cooperation. Here are a small sampling of documents, aka Policy Briefs put out in preparation of the Copenhagen meeting. It is definitely worth the small investment of time for you to browse them. There is only one conclusion I reach. If our president signs this he has committed treason. By all accounts he will sign and his friends in the Senate will ratify. They have already started to funnel your money to the IMF and World Bank. I have reported in previous columns the billions of dollars just within the past year which have been given to these institutions through the “Stimulus” Plan and and other “Crisis” legislation. The only thing that’s being stimulated in this country is the blood pressure of all those who are paying attention. Saturday, October 24th is the anniversary of the UN. I will be attending a protest in my own small home town. If there is not one scheduled in your town, call your fellow patriots into action. We need to let them know we get it and we will not allow them to sign our futures away in December. Call your Senators and Representatives and tell them you know. Tell them NO WAY! It’s beginning to be a daily ritual in my household – perhaps it should be in yours as well. You may think they aren’t listening, but sources tell us they hear, even if they aren’t acknowledging it publicly. They don’t acknowledge so as to dissuade us from “annoying” them any further. As the old saying goes – change must start with you.
 
As discussed over the weekend in the column linked above, the consensus is international treaties supersede our constitution. From what I have been told, the only way to get out of a treaty is if the parties involve excuse you. Agenda 21 is structured to punish the US for their success. We will bare the burden. They will not excuse us – were the goose who lays the golden eggs. President Obama must not be allowed to sign this treaty. Make it clear NOW. Saturday is your opportunity to stand up and be heard. If you do organize a gathering in your town, make sure to let the media and your Senators and Representatives know about it. Take photos, take movies and post them to the internet.
 
UN-DESA Policy Brief #21 – Climate Justice: Sharing the Burden
 

Even if the annual flow of carbon emissions were to immediately stabilize at today’s rate (40 gigatons), the stock of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere would be double the pre-industrial level by 2050, resulting in a high probability of dangerous temperature rises, serious economic damage and potentially destabilizing political consequences… It is the cumulative stock of emissions produced by the currently developed industrialized countries that are the root cause of dangerous rise in greenhouse gas concentrations. Since 1840, three quarters of the cumulative total has been generated by Annex I countries with the United States alone accounting for close to 30 per cent. Th e picture is even starker if per capita emissions are used.

Equity is an essential ingredient of an eff ective global climate change policy, as refl ected in the principle of “common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities”, set forth in the UNFCCC. Not only have today’s high-income economies generated about 80 per cent of past fossil fuel-based emissions, but those same emissions have helped carry them to high levels of social and economic well-being. Th ese countries carry the responsibility for the bulk of climate damage but they also have the capacity to repair it. Th is will require additional multilateral fi nancing, on an adequate and predictable scale, comprising grants, concessional loans and compensatory payments. In the context of the ongoing UNFCCC negotiations, developing countries have insisted on the fact that Annex II countries have a clear-cut responsibility for providing new and additional fi nancial resources to meet the agreed full costs incurred by developing-country parties in complying with their obligations. Translating such responsibilities into tangible resources is still a major stumbling block. Th e Greenhouse Development Rights (GDR) methodology provides one possible way of sharing the burden of emissions reductions among countries according to their capacity to pay for reductions and their responsibility for past and current emissions. Each of these criteria is defi ned with respect to a development threshold so as to explicitly safeguard the right of lowincome countries to economic growth (such as a PPP per-capita income level of $9,000, beyond which human and economic development approaches “advanced” levels); only individuals with incomes above this threshold have a responsibility to pay for emissions abatement. Each country is assigned an emissions allocation based on per capita rights. In addition, each country is assigned an obligation to pay for abatement—whether at home or abroad— based on its share of cumulative emissions starting from a base year (such as 1990) and the cumulative income of its population with incomes above the development threshold.1 Following these criteria, at this point, the EU, for example, would need to contribute $32.9 billion for every $100 billion of climate fi nancing, while the contribution of the United States would be $47.7 billion and that of Japan $11.2 billion.

Placing this challenge in the context of an evolving investment programme is to recognize that developing countries will themselves be responsible for mobilizing resources on an increasing scale over time, as well as for insisting on the responsibility of developed countries for meeting the additional costs of undertaking such investments in the initial stages of the transition. Developed countries need to live up to the responsibility they took on themselves under UNFCCC regarding climate change related assistance to developing countries.

 

Policy Brief #13  The Trillion Dollar Plan

http://www.un.org/esa/policy/policybriefs/policybrief13.pdf

The rapidly unfolding global fi nancial and economic crisis will severely disrupt economic growth worldwide, affect the livelihoods of billions around the world and endanger progress toward the poverty reduction and other millennium development goals  (MDGs). Major industrialized countries and some developing countries have put together massive fi nancial sector rescue packages and large fi scal stimulus packages. Since the outbreak of the crisis up to March 2009, the total support is estimated at a staggering $20.8 trillion or 33.5 per cent of the estimated World Gross Product (WGP) for 2008. Th e vast majority of these resources comprise government guarantees of toxic assets held by the banking sectors in the United States, Europe and elsewhere.

The fiscal stimulus plans total about $2.6 trillion or 4 per cent of WGP to be spent, roughly, over the three-year period between 2009 and 2011. Many observers, including analysts at the IMF and the United Nations, consider this amount of fi scal stimulusto be insufficient.

Developing countries are particularly exposed to this crisis. They have less resilient economies and with fewer resources they are more typically forced to pursue pro-cyclical monetary and fiscal policies, imposing greater variability in their economic  performance to the detriment of long-term growth. Global responses should urgently redress this asymmetry.

In the first place, this would require providing sufficient financial resources to developing countries to engage in counter-cyclical measures. If spent eff ectively, this could not only put the global economy on a more sustainable growth path but also help to meet poverty targets and development goals set by the international community.

For this, the United Nations has estimated that developing countries would need around $1 trillion for 2009 and 2010, half of which would be used for covering short-term fi nancing needs, with the other half required for long-term development lendingand assistance. While this seems like large sum of money, it can be feasibly delivered through existing mechanisms and within existing commitments. Moreover, it would send a strong signal of solidarity to developing countries that they will be supported through the crisis.

Meeting short-term liquidity needs ($500 billion)

According to the World Bank and the Institute for International Finance, private capital fl ows to developing countries declined by about $500 billion in 2008 from 2007 levels and a further decline by about $630 billion is forecast for 2009. The decline has been the result of, inter alia, a severe squeeze of trade credits, which is aff ecting trade and growth of developing countries directly.

Well over $1 trillion in corporate, external debt in emerging markets and other developing countries will mature in 2009 and will need to be rolled over. As commodity prices and exports decline and income from worker remittances subsides, most developing countries will experience severe balance of payment problems. Th e World Bank estimates that 98 of 104 developing countries are expected to fall short of covering external fi nancing needs, with an estimated gap which could be as high as $700 billion. For low-income countries alone, the IMF estimates that the balance-of-payments shock could amount to $140 billion in 2009.

The G20 already seems to have neared an agreement on doubling (as proposed by the EU) or tripling proposed by the United States) the IMF’s existing lending capacity of $250 billion. New SDR issuance could amount to $250 billion as has been proposed in the past, but failed to gain the backing of the United States government. Now this seems more acceptable. The Japanese government has already lent $100 billion of its reserves to increase the IMF’s lending capacity. Countries with vast amounts of reserves, such as China or some of the major oil exporters, could contribute similarly, though this likely will require making suffi cient progress towards governance reform of the IMF to make this politically more acceptable for these countries. Mobilizing resources through regional reserve funds should also be considered. For instance, Asian countries have already agreed to increase resources for liquidity provisioning through the Chiang Mai Initiative, their main mechanism of regional fi nancial cooperation. Both international (IMF) and regional channels should be used, requiring closer collaboration between the IMF and regional institutions of financial cooperation.

What about conditionality?

Adequate oversight of the usage of resources will also need to be established, ensuring in particular that the compensatory financing is not subject to the kind of pro-cyclical policy conditionality which is typically attached to existing mechanisms. Financing needs for fiscal stimulus ($500 billion) In addition, another $500 billion in enhanced long-term official fi nancing will be needed to cover fiscal revenue gaps in 2009 and 2010 (due to falling export revenues and slower growth) and provide developing countries with the necessary resources to protect social spending and finance fiscal stimulus packages. Spread over two years, these resources would provide the means for a stimulus of about 3 per cent per year of the combined GDP of developing countries (excluding China and major oil-exporting countries), which—assuming a multiplier eff ect of about 1.7 from well-designed and internationally coordinated fi scal packages— would support adequate growth recovery. Half of the required resources could be mobilized by enhancing the lending capacity of multilateral development banks and the remainder through increased offi cial development assistance through accelerated delivery on existing donor commitments.

How to finance $250 billion for increased development lending?

The increase in development lending could be mobilized through the multilateral development banks. This could be achieved as follows:

• By optimizing use of available capital, the World Bank could make new development financing commitments for about $100 billion.

• With a $60 billion replenishment of their capital and maintaining solid leverage ratios, regional development banks could expand development lending by about $150 billion. This should be feasible. The World Bank would be using existing lending space and has already announced increased lending capacity in this way. The Asian Development Bank has already requested a replenishment of its capital. Surplus countries with vast amounts of reserves and sovereign wealth funds could similarly allocate some of its resources to regional development banks in order to expand their lending capacity.

How to mobilize and additional $250 billion in offi cial development assistance for the poorest countries?

The increase in ODA could be mobilized as follows:

• $50 billion

• $200 billion would need to be mobilized through an acceleration of the delivery on existing ODA commitments.

The required resources can be provided on the basis of available resources and existing commitments. The World Bank’s concessional window (IDA) was already replenished by $30 billion in 2008 to cover three years of credits and grants. This could be frontloaded to make these resources available during 2009 and 2010. Equally concessional lending windows of regional development banks (ADB, AfDB, IDB and others) could be frontloaded to provide the additional $20 billion.

Donors have repeatedly pledged to deliver on existing aid commitments, including at the Doha Follow-up Conference on Financing for Development of November-December 2008. At the 2005 Gleneagles Summit, the G8 committed to raise ODA to at least $160 billion per year (at 2008 prices) by 20101 (up from $103.7 billion in 2007). Meeting this commitment should increase existing aid fl ows by a total of about $115 billion over 2009-2010. Further delivery towards the agreed UN target of 0.7 per cent of their annual GNI could provide the remaining $85 billion needed over 2009-2010, which would bring ODA to about 0.4 per cent of GNI of OECD/DAC members.

The World Bank’s proposal for a “Vulnerability Fund” of the size of 0.7 per cent of the developed countries’ stimulus packages (amounting to about $15 billion) might form a part of this broader proposal.

UN-DESA Policy Brief #17 Reaching a Climate Deal in Copenhagen

http://www.un.org/esa/policy/policybriefs/policybrief17.pdf

There is a growing awareness that action is urgently needed to seriously address the climate change problem. Th e multilateral process that began with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in 1992 resulted in the Bali Action Plan (BAP) in 2007. Th e BAP calls for enhanced action on adaptation, mitigation, technology development and transfer, and fi nance, which should be specifi ed in an international agreement by the end of 2009 in Copenhagen. This brief addresses some key development and burden sharing aspects related to mitigation and adaptation which need due consideration to ensure a successful and sustainable outcome of the negotiations.

Crisis as opportunity

The current financial crisis provides an opportunity to make a fundamental change in the patterns of international cooperation, investment and production. New sustainable development trajectories are to be sought, based on low-carbon, clean technologies, with a large component of renewable energy sources. In fact, there are important synergies to be expected from integrating climate and energy related investments into strategies addressing the economic downturn, for example the employment gains of shifting towards renewable energy. A ‘shared vision’ based on the essential premise of the UNFCCC convention—common but diff erentiated responsibilities and capabilities will be the basis of any new international agreement agreed in Copenhagen. Negotiating parties must ensure that this shared vision show a clearand strong commitment to the overall objective of sustainable development and catch-up growth in developing countries. It should also include equity considerations such as poverty reduction and convergence in terms of income distribution and emissions per capita.

..Towards a new climate finance architecture

In order to enhance predictability, funding must not be voluntary but tied to agreed long-term commitments, based e.g. on pro rata mechanisms (such as levied percentages of financial flows, mandatory contributions in relation to GDP). Wider ranging options which include taxes on capital flows or on international transport, energy use or emissions, or volumes of transactions in carbon markets, permit-auctioning, and others can generate considerable additional annual fl ows on the order of tens of billions of dollars. Revenue sources, like auctioning of emissions permits and carbon or energy taxation imply carbon-pricing, which in itself may stimulate the shift towards sustainable, low-carbon development. Yet, carbon pricing may generate adverse (regressive) income eff ects which will need to be addressed. Th e future fi nancial ‘architecture’ should enable the mobilization of adequate, additional and predictable funding. It would need to be built on, and handle, fl ows of fi nance mobilized according to objective criteria refl ecting responsibilities and capabilities to contribute to climate related policies. Disbursements to eligible recipient countries should also be based on agreed criteria which should indicate priorities of resource allocation towards the most vulnerable countries. The overall governance in a new architecture should ensure policy coherence and a focus on sustainable development.

Conclusion

Effective mitigation will require lead and aggressive action in the North as well as mitigation actions in developing countries in the future, supported by full and eff ective assistance by the North, as articulated in the convention and reaffirmed in BAP. Development has to be central to the climate change agreement —both mitigation and adaptation have to be an integrated part of development agendas and the global process must strengthen the appropriate links with global and national efforts in this connection. Th is requires an urgent scaling up of funding and technology available to developing countries for mitigation as well as adaptation and support for an investment “push” and catch-up growth in developing countries. Th is remains the only sustainable option to deal with future developing country emissions and climate change challenges.

Here is the COP 15 (Dec 2009) Framework Convention on Climate Change Document from the UN:

 

 could be mobilized by front-loading resources in the already replenished International Development Assistance (IDA) window of the World Bank and those in the concessional windows of the regional development banks.  

Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which human impacts on the environment.

Agenda 21, the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, and the Statement of principles for the Sustainable Management of Forests were adopted by more than 178 Governments at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) held in Rio de Janerio, Brazil, 3 to 14 June 1992.

The Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) was created in December 1992 to ensure effective follow-up of UNCED, to monitor and report on implementation of the agreements at the local, national, regional and international levels. It was agreed that a five year review of Earth Summit progress would be made in 1997 by the United Nations General Assembly meeting in special session.

The full implementation of Agenda 21, the Programme for Further Implementation of Agenda 21 and the Commitments to the Rio principles, were strongly reaffirmed at the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) held in Johannesburg, South Africa from 26 August to 4 September 2002.

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Maurice Strong – Man Behind Agenda 21- Part 1

Posted on October 19, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

This will be a perpetual database on Maurice Strong, a key player in the demise of America through his role in Agenda 21. This database will be updated as information becomes available and will be filed in my Enemies of the State Category for easy accessiblity here on the website. It is my hope this will be of some aide to the heralded watchdogs among us. Several shocking bits of information have come to my attention, many with help from fellow patriots JoAnne Moretti and Pam L. I wish to thank them for their help on assembling this laundry list of eye openers. There are so many that I find it necessary to merely provide a list with a synopsis and the link for you to comb over the full articles at will.
 
The new world devised by Maurice Strong and George Soros

United Nations and its carefully managed One World Order

By Judi McLeod    Monday, November 24, 2008http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/6485

According to financial experts, the world, as we know it will change dramatically by the year 2012.  People, who provided for their families only three years ago, will be desperately searching for food. The story of the economic meltdown of 2008 begins and ends with the United Nations and its carefully managed One World Order. Behind the curtain of this dark chapter in human misery are ogres Maurice Strong and George Soros.
It is both power lust and an all-consuming hatred of the United States of America that elevated this deadly duo to ogre status. Fortunately for all of those searching for answers, much of their plan for the world, post November 4, 2008 is already mapped out in writing.  Leading economic experts and Strong agree that in 2012 people will be going hungry.
 
“Strong has worked diligently and effectively to bring his ideas to fruition, He is now in a position to implement them.” (Henry Lamb, The Rise of Global Governance, available at soverignty.net).  “His speeches and writings provide a clear picture of what to expect.  In 1991, Strong wrote the introduction to a book published by the Trilateral Commission, called Beyond Interdependence: The Meshing of the World’s Economy and the Earth’s Ecology, by Jim MacNeil. (David Rockefeller wrote the foreword).  Strong said this:
 
“This interlocking…is the new reality of the century, with profound implications for the shape of our institutions of governance, national and international.  By the year 2012, these changes must be fully integrated into our economic and political life.”
 
These chilling words are in line with ones he used for the opening session of the Rio Conference (Earth Summit II) in 1992, that industrialized countries have:
 
“Developed and benefited from the unsustainable patterns of production and consumption which have produced our present dilemma.  It is clear that current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class—involving high meat intake, consumption of large amounts of frozen and convenience foods, use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work-place air-conditioning, and suburban housing—are not sustainable.  A shift is necessary toward lifestyles less geared to environmentally damaging consumption patterns.”
 
The only change that has happened since 1992 is that Strong and Soros now have their Agent of Change coming to the White House.
 
        Voluntary acceptance of global governance is the preferred means of achieving a takeover of America without a
        single shot being fired.
  
…“Education programs to teach the “global ethic” have been underway by UNESCO and by UNEP for more than twenty years.” (Page 90, The Rise of Global Governance). “That the U.S. government, through its representatives to the various U.N. agencies, has not already crushed this global governance agenda is s testament to the effectiveness of the U.N.’s education program.”
 
..  “A new Economic Security Council (ESC) would replace the existing Economic and Social Council.  The new ESC would consist of no more than 23 members who would have responsibility for all international financial and development activities.  The IMF, the World Bank, and the WTO—virtually all finance and development activities—would be under the authority of this body.  There would be no veto power by any nation. (Italics CFP’s).  Nor would there be permanent member status for any nation.”
 
  But in Maurice Strong’s New World, NGOs will flag the new order about truth tellers: “The Commission (on Global Governance) believes that the U.N. should protect the “security of the people” inside the borders of sovereign nations, with or without the invitation of the national government.  It proposes the expansion of an NGO “early warning” network to function through the Petitions Council to alert the U.N. to possible action.” (Italics CFP’s).
 
… It is Obama’s job to demoralize the 58 million people who did not buy into his campaign and for all of those who do not want One World Order. 
In jest we now call GM “Government Motors” – apparently we’re not far off – but Mr. Strong thinks it should be the Chinese Government :
 

 

 
Maurice Strong: Let China buy Detroit
Financial Post
Posted: February 05, 2009, 10:00 PM by NP Editor
 
 Encourage China to invest in the Big Three, to ensure their survival through the use of Chinese components

By Maurice F. Strong  (for clarity, this article appears in full)

It is surely clear that the bailout of the U.S. automobile industry will not resolve its fundamental problems. But it could provide the time for a new approach that accords with the realities of the industry and can contribute to a resolution of its problems.While I would not pretend to be an expert on the automobile industry, the close association I have had with it and my concern with its impacts on the environment — particularly the risks of climate change — have convinced me that radical changes are needed in the design and the use of automobiles. (more…)

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December 2009 could spell the end of US Sovereignty

Posted on October 17, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State, General Info, Soapbox | Tags: , , , , |

 

I just finished watching the premier of the new movie Not Evil Just Wrong. This is a must for anyone who loves this country and the freedom typically associated with it. The trailer is linked below.
 
Not Evil Just Wrong (trailer)
World Premier was Sunday, 10/18/2009

 
 
Also an important film to watch is:
 
 
The Great Global Warming Swindle (full movie)
 
 
 
The promise of The Great Society was to wipe out poverty in the US, yet there are now more citizens living below the poverty line than at anytime in our history. This despite equally historical massive amounts of money “thrown” at the problem. We’ve had the “war” on drugs for decades, with billions “thrown” at this problem, but illegal drugs still run rampant throughout our society. For forty years our government has been working on weaning us off foriegn fuel. Yet weekend handymen all over the country can come up with ways to power vehicles using everything from water to batteries, yet our government can come up with nothing. Furthermore they permit rights to these inventions to be bought up and shelved. Our country has one of the largest, if not the largest, coal deposits on the face of the earth, yet our government insists on demonizing it as an energy source and seeks to take it’s use from us. Our media has turned into state TV. Our leadership has turned from a republic to a dictatorship. They are now attempting to take our health, and dare I say our lives (if you’re over 50).  Our government has taken our savings, taken the equity from our homes, taken our manufacturing jobs, has purposely set out to take our standard of living, our children’s futures, and is in the process of taking our sovereignty. If you are not actively fighting this, then when will you begin? As a communist, you will no longer have the right to fight it. Keep that in mind as you’re deciding how to spend the leisure time you now enjoy. They are taking that from you as well. With all the spending the government is currently doing, hyper inflation should begin early next year, if not before. If you thought things were tough now, keep this in mind. If the government spending does not cease immediately, these will be the good old days. It is projected that with the passage of cap and trade legislation, prices will double or triple on all goods and services. With the passage of health care “reform” your health insurance policy costs will rise by an average of $4000 per year. Gas costs are estimated to rise to five dollars a gallon. How many hours a week will you have to work then? Let us not forget that if the United Nations has it’s way, you will also soon be paying a global tax, on top of what you are already paying to our own government. They have tried to convince you that global warming exists. It does not. Climate change does exist, but only as it’s existed since the beginning of time. They want to convince you there are too many people, but yet they all have families. They want to convince you to feel guilt at what you consume. With their salaries of $174,000 a year plus perks, I have no trouble imagining they consume far more than we ever hoped to. They want you to feel guilty about using energy. How many of you have private jets? They want to convince you their health care “reform” is good for our country, but they are not giving up their premium health care paid for with your dollars. They want you to understand it is worth the sacrifice you will have to make for the good of the planet, yet they will make no sacrifice. As a matter of fact, many of them will profit from the legislation. Allow me to ask again, if you are not actively and willfully fighting this, then when will you begin? Next Saturday we “celebrate” the 64th anniversary of the United Nations. I will be celebrating at a local protest against tyranny at the hands of the UN in my home town, how about you?
 
If you have not seen the video below I suggest you waste no time in watching it. The clock is ticking. Educate yourself.

 

Is this what President Obama Meant On Thursday?

 

 

Lord Christopher Moncton is an adversary of climate change legislation, pointing out the fallacious arguments in it’s favor. Most notably, he was an official political advisor to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. His full bio appears in the full length version of the video at bottom of column.

 
COP15
 
Pre Conference Bangkok Summit
 
 
Mr. de Boer stressed the urgency of raising ambitions and bridging the disconnect, adding that now is the time to step back from self interest and let common interest prevail.
 
Pre Conferrence NY Summit
 
Nearly 100 world leaders accepted UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s invitation to participate in an historic Summit on Climate Change in New York on 22 September to mobilize political will and strengthen momentum for a fair, effective, and ambitious climate deal in Copenhagen this December.
 
  
The United States (U.S.), although a signatory to the Kyoto Protocol, has neither ratified nor withdrawn from the Protocol. The signature alone is merely symbolic, as the Kyoto Protocol is non-binding on the United States unless ratified.
On 25 July 1997, before the Kyoto Protocol was finalized (although it had been fully negotiated, and a penultimate draft was finished), the U.S. Senate unanimously passed by a 95–0 vote the Byrd-Hagel Resolution (S. Res. 98), which stated the sense of the Senate was that the United States should not be a signatory to any protocol that did not include binding targets and timetables for developing nations as well as industrialized nations or “would result in serious harm to the economy of the United States”. On 12 November 1998, Vice President Al Gore symbolically signed the protocol. Both Gore and Senator Joseph Lieberman indicated that the protocol would not be acted upon in the Senate until there was participation by the developing nations. The Clinton Administration never submitted the protocol to the Senate for ratification.
The Clinton Administration released an economic analysis in July 1998, prepared by the Council of Economic Advisors, which concluded that with emissions trading among the annex B/annex I countries, and participation of key developing countries in the “Clean Development Mechanism“—which grants the latter business-as-usual emissions rates through 2012—the costs of implementing the Kyoto Protocol could be reduced as much as 60% from many estimates. Estimates of the cost of achieving the Kyoto Protocol carbon reduction targets in the United States, as compared by the Energy Information Administration (EIA), predicted losses to GDP of between 1.0% and 4.2% by 2010, reducing to between 0.5% and 2.0% by 2020. Some of these estimates assumed that action had been taken by 1998, and would be increased by delays in starting action.

President George W. Bush did not submit the treaty for Senate ratification based on the exemption granted to China (now the world’s largest gross emitter of carbon dioxide, although emission is low per capita). Bush opposed the treaty because of the strain he believed the treaty would put on the economy; he emphasized the uncertainties which he believed were present in the scientific evidence. Furthermore, the U.S. was concerned with broader exemptions of the treaty. For example, the U.S. did not support the split between annex I countries and others. Bush said of the treaty:

This is a challenge that requires a 100% effort; ours, and the rest of the world’s. The world’s second-largest emitter of greenhouse gases is the People’s Republic of China. Yet, China was entirely exempted from the requirements of the Kyoto Protocol. India and Germany are among the top emitters. Yet, India was also exempt from Kyoto … America’s unwillingness to embrace a flawed treaty should not be read by our friends and allies as any abdication of responsibility. To the contrary, my administration is committed to a leadership role on the issue of climate change … Our approach must be consistent with the long-term goal of stabilizing greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere.”

In June 2002, the Environmental Protection Agency released the “Climate Action Report 2002”. Some observers have interpreted this report as being supportive of the protocol, although the report itself does not explicitly endorse the protocol.[citation needed] At the G8 meeting in June 2005 administration officials expressed a desire for “practical commitments industrialized countries can meet without damaging their economies”. According to those same officials, the United States is on track to fulfill its pledge to reduce its carbon intensity 18% by 2012. The United States has signed the Asia Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate, a pact that allows those countries to set their goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions individually, but with no enforcement mechanism. Supporters of the pact see it as complementing the Kyoto Protocol while being more flexible.

Here is the official document: http://vienna.usembassy.gov/en/download/pdf/kyoto.pdf

The Administration’s position was not uniformly accepted in the U.S. For example, Paul Krugman noted that the target 18% reduction in carbon intensity is still actually an increase in overall emissions. The White House has also come under criticism for downplaying reports that link human activity and greenhouse gas emissions to climate change and that a White House official, former oil industry advocate and current Exxon Mobil officer, Philip Cooney, watered down descriptions of climate research that had already been approved by government scientists, charges the White House denies. Critics point to the Bush administration’s close ties to the oil and gas industries. In June 2005, State Department papers showed the administration thanking Exxon executives for the company’s “active involvement” in helping to determine climate change policy, including the U.S. stance on Kyoto. Input from the business lobby group Global Climate Coalition was also a factor.

In 2002, Congressional researchers who examined the legal status of the Protocol advised that signature of the UNFCCC imposes an obligation to refrain from undermining the Protocol’s object and purpose, and that while the President probably cannot implement the Protocol alone, Congress can create compatible laws on its own initiative.

 Treaties http://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/common/briefing/Treaties.htm The Constitution gives the Senate the power to approve, by a two-thirds vote, treaties made by the executive branch.  

President George W. Bush did not submit the treaty for Senate ratification based on the exemption granted to China (now the world’s largest gross emitter of carbon dioxide, although emission is low per capita). Bush opposed the treaty because of the strain he believed the treaty would put on the economy; he emphasized the uncertainties which he believed were present in the scientific evidence. Furthermore, the U.S. was concerned with broader exemptions of the treaty. For example, the U.S. did not support the split between annex I countries and others. Bush said of the treaty: 

This is a challenge that requires a 100% effort; ours, and the rest of the world’s. The world’s second-largest emitter of greenhouse gases is the People’s Republic of China. Yet, China was entirely exempted from the requirements of the Kyoto Protocol. India and Germany are among the top emitters. Yet, India was also exempt from Kyoto … America’s unwillingness to embrace a flawed treaty should not be read by our friends and allies as any abdication of responsibility. To the contrary, my administration is committed to a leadership role on the issue of climate change … Our approach must be consistent with the long-term goal of stabilizing greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere.”

In June 2002, the Environmental Protection Agency released the “Climate Action Report 2002”. Some observers have interpreted this report as being supportive of the protocol, although the report itself does not explicitly endorse the protocol.[citation needed] At the G8 meeting in June 2005 administration officials expressed a desire for “practical commitments industrialized countries can meet without damaging their economies”. According to those same officials, the United States is on track to fulfill its pledge to reduce its carbon intensity 18% by 2012. The United States has signed the Asia Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate, a pact that allows those countries to set their goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions individually, but with no enforcement mechanism. Supporters of the pact see it as complementing the Kyoto Protocol while being more flexible.

Here is the official document: http://vienna.usembassy.gov/en/download/pdf/kyoto.pdf

The Administration’s position was not uniformly accepted in the U.S. For example, Paul Krugman noted that the target 18% reduction in carbon intensity is still actually an increase in overall emissions. The White House has also come under criticism for downplaying reports that link human activity and greenhouse gas emissions to climate change and that a White House official, former oil industry advocate and current Exxon Mobil officer, Philip Cooney, watered down descriptions of climate research that had already been approved by government scientists, charges the White House denies. Critics point to the Bush administration’s close ties to the oil and gas industries. In June 2005, State Department papers showed the administration thanking Exxon executives for the company’s “active involvement” in helping to determine climate change policy, including the U.S. stance on Kyoto. Input from the business lobby group Global Climate Coalition was also a factor.

In 2002, Congressional researchers who examined the legal status of the Protocol advised that signature of the UNFCCC imposes an obligation to refrain from undermining the Protocol’s object and purpose, and that while the President probably cannot implement the Protocol alone, Congress can create compatible laws on its own initiative.

 

 
 
 

 

Article II, section 2, of the Constitution states that the president “shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two-thirds of the Senators present concur.” These few words are the cornerstone to a major part of our system of divided powers, checks and balances.

Executive Agreements

In addition to treaties, which may not enter into force and become binding on the United States without the advice and consent of the Senate, there are other types of international agreements concluded by the executive branch and not submitted to the Senate. These are classified in the United States as executive agreements, not as treaties, a distinction that has only domestic significance. International law regards each mode of international agreement as binding, whatever its designation under domestic law.

The difficulty in obtaining a two-thirds vote was one of the motivating forces behind the vast increase in executive agreements after World War II. In 1952, for instance, the United States signed 14 treaties and 291 executive agreements. This was a larger number of executive agreements than had been reached during the entire century of 1789 to 1889. Executive agreements continue to grow at a rapid rate. The United States is currently a party to nearly nine hundred treaties and more than five thousand executive agreements.

Status as Law

By virtue of the Constitution’s supremacy clause (Article VI, clause 2) a treaty that is concluded compatibly with applicable constitutional requirements may have status as the “supreme law of the land,” along with federal statutes and the Constitution itself. A treaty does not become effective as U.S. domestic law automatically, however, upon its entry into force on the international level. Instead, this occurs only where the instrument is “self-executing” and operates without any necessity for implementing legislation.

When the Constitution created an executive branch and a president of the United States, it gave him no unchecked or unconditional powers. The Constitution made treatymaking a concurrent power. The United States Senate has carefully guarded its share of this power for two hundred years.

The vast majority of treaties have been ratified by the Senate. Since 1789, only twenty-one treaties have been rejected by the full Senate.

WHAT CAN WE DO TO STOP THIS? PLEASE ACT NOW!

http://www.congress.org/congressorg/directory/congdir.tt  EMAIL YOUR SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES AS WELL AS LEADERSHIP TODAY – CALL THEM MONDAY – Here’s the directory

Amerikeith’s site has Congressional Twitter links posted if you would rather tweet them:http://amerikeith.wordpress.com/contact-congress/congress-on-twitter/

Bring this to the attention to your local media and national media outlets – TELL THEM YOU KNOW http://www.congress.org/congressorg/dbq/media/

For Further Information:

Full Hour and a half speech by Lord Mockton at Free Market Institute This week

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stij8sUybx0

Link to Free Market Institute website

http://mnfreemarketinstitute.org/2009/10/16/monckton-speaks-to-over-700-at-minnesota-free-market-institute-event/

Here is a previous column on the subject http://wp.me/pxG9Z-ak

http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Files.View&FileStore_id=83947f5d-d84a-4a84-ad5d-6e2d71db52d9

At link above you will find the 225 page 2009 Minority Report “..Scientists Debunk Global Warming Crisis”

FoxieNews also disusses this on her site  http://foxienews.com/blog/?p=145

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Literal Translation – What Reich Really Said

Posted on October 15, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State, General Info, Soapbox | Tags: , , , , , , |

Remember during the campaign when Joe Biden said it was patriotic to pay your taxes? Well, apparently they want more than money now, they want your life. I showed you a video a few days ago from Council for Foreign Relations member , former Secretary of Labor under Clinton, and advisor to Barack Obama Robert Reich in which he said about government run health care, “If your very old we’re not gonna give you all that technology.. we’re gonna let you die.” Here’s the video again, if you have not seen it yet:

 
 
This is very disturbing. Allow me to translate, if you will:
 
Like a carrot on a stick, when you were young enough to still be gullible, we lured you on with the promise of The Great Society. As a reward for your good citizenship, you were promised social security, Medicare and the ability to save for retirement – tax free. That plan worked pretty good for us. You, well, not so much.  Now that we’re in the last phase of sucking your 401k accounts dry and successfully taken the equity you had in your homes, we’ve come up with the final nail in your coffin. This health care thing sounds great, huh? Thing is, we couldn’t possibly afford to pay for everyone’s medical needs. We’ve taken great care to indoctrinate your children into thinking “doing the right thing” means giving to their government and being a good “world citizen”. We’ve told them what they need to know, so there’s no need for them to ask many questions. Family and church, well, they don’t really have time for that. With those big student loans to pay off, they’re going to have to work long hours to make ends meet. That’s good, they’ll be used to working hard and having nothing to show for it. You baby boomers though, well, that’s an issue. You still think the government works for you. Some of you still believe all that crap about the founding fathers, the constitution, freedom of speech, and actual science – you know, like weather has always been cyclical and we have plenty of “energy resources” here at home. Well, there’s just no place for that in American now. Once this health care “reform” passes, it’ll be pretty much in the bag. Biden almost gave it away, as usual. See, once you retire, well, you’re really of no use to us. You can no longer do your “patriotic duty”. Instead you’ll be leaching off us and giving us nothing in return. So, of course we’re going to limit your medical care. That will in turn limit what we pay out in social security, too. It’s a win / win… and really, why would we spend our money on you? You still believe in traditional values, like clinging to your guns and your bible. Once you have free time, you become a danger to us. You start paying attention to everything we say, reading legislation we are attempting to pass, bothering your Representatives and Senators with those constant nasty phone calls.. and those tea parties, give me a break! Your children and grandchildren now clearly understand how selfish it is of you to expect them to pay more in taxes to keep you alive. They’ll have all they can do just to feed their families when we’re done. So see, we’ve got it all figured out. To fight us now is useless. We’ve worked long and hard for decades on this. Sit down, shut up, cash your $250 check, and take it like a good “world citizen”.
 
 
 
 
 
And on the subject of indoctrination, Michelle Obama had a post yesterday in US News and World Report:

..My girls are now making new friends, tackling challenging new subjects, and moving closer to becoming the strong, confident women I know they can be. But when I see them come home, bursting with excitement about something they have learned or someone they have met, I can’t help but think that some of the most influential people in my daughters’ lives won’t be the ones they socialize with on the playground or read about in the pages of a book—they will be the people who stand up every day in front of their classrooms. We all remember the impact a special teacher had on us—a teacher who refused to let us fall through the cracks; who pushed us and believed in us when we doubted ourselves; who sparked in us a lifelong curiosity and passion for learning. Decades later, we remember the way they made us feel and the things they inspired us to do—how they challenged us and changed our lives. So it’s not surprising that studies show that the single most important factor affecting students’ achievement is the caliber of their teachers. And when we think about the qualities that make an outstanding teacher—boundless energy and endless patience; vision and a sense of purpose; the creativity to help us see the world in a different way; commitment to helping us discover and fulfill our potential—we realize: These are also the qualities of a great leader. Today, more than ever before, we need precisely this kind of leadership in our classrooms. As the president has frequently said, in a 21st-century global economy where jobs can be shipped to any place with an Internet connection and children here in America will be competing with children around the world for the same jobs, a good education is no longer just one road to opportunity—it is the only road. And good teachers aren’t just critical for the success of our students. They are the key to the success of our economy….

(Obama’s Socialist Economy anyway)

 
For those who haven’t heard The President asked Congress Wednesday to issue seniors a $250 check – generous, huh?
 
 
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