“Interesting” Personalities Belonged to the Council on Foreign Relations

by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

Over the decades the premier one world government organization in this country, the Council on Foreign Relations has had some “interesting” personalities as members.

One was Walter Lippmann, the socialist. Another was Dwight Eisenhower, former general and president. Naturally, another has been David Rockefeller. Another well-known one was Alger Hiss, the Soviet spy, who went on to help with the founding of the United Nations in 1945. Still another really “interesting” one, according to The New American magazine for September 16, 2019 was Jeffrey Epstein, who was, according to the New American a member of both the CFR and the Trilateral Commission. Epstein had, so it seems, lots of Deep State connections.

Author R. Cort Kirkwood noted of Epstein  “His relationship with the woman accused of procuring  girls for him and molesting them herself, Ghislane  Maxwell,  who is daughter of the late British publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell, an Israeli spy.” He then asks the question “Was Epstein the victim of a Deep State hit?” Kirkwood also observed that Epstein “…was business partners with former Israeli Prime Minister and Defense Minister Ehud Barak, as the Times of Israel disclosed…Epstein met Barak through deceased Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres, another top Israeli connection.” Looks as if Epstein was pretty well connected in Israel. What does this say about some of the former leadership in Israel? Nothing real good I’m afraid.

Then we come across yet another “interesting” personality that was also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations “back in the day” as it were. Some of you all in my generation may be familiar with his name–Alger Hiss. I am sure that anyone who has read Whittaker Chambers’ book Witness is more than familiar with Mr. Hiss. If you haven’t read Chambers’ book it is definitely worth the read. You will learn some history about the 1930s and 40s that the Deep State would rather you never learned about. Alger Hiss, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, was a Soviet spy. It has been reported that Hiss, who also worked in our State Department, and Harold Glasser, were later awarded the Order of the Red Star for their loyalty to the Soviet Union.

As you get into reading a little more about Hiss, you learn that his wife, Priscilla, was a member of the Socialist Party.  The website https:www.discoverthenetworks.org  had an article on Hiss, updated on September 15, 2019, that stated: ‘Hiss’s fellow cell members, Whittaker Chambers and Nathan Weyl, characterized Hiss as a dedicated communist. This dedication became apparent when he tried to obtain atomic information that was not part of his official duties at State, which was carried out while he was under investigation by the State Department’s security branch. Part if this may have been recklessness, an O.  J. Simpson-like belief of being immune from consequences.  But it may also have been powered in his mind by a desire to push history toward communism.” And why wouldn’t he attempt that? He had to know that FDR was sympathetic toward communism, with his nonsensical commentary about “Uncle Joe” Stalin and he also had to realize that the State Department at that point leaned much further left than it did right.

G. Edward Griffin, in his informative book The Fearful Master–A second look at the United Nations told us, on page 89, that “The Secretary General for the San Francisco Conference was named at Yalta, but only announced last week–lanky, Harvard trained Alger Hiss, one of the State Department’s brighter young men…As secretary general, managing the agenda, he will have a lot to say behind the scenes about who gets the breaks.” The San Francisco conference he is talking about here is the one that founded the United Nations.

You know, the United Nations that had to be founded after World War 2 because the original Illuminist plan, the League of Nations, didn’t quite go over in America after World War 1. That United Nations! I suppose if the League of Nations was part of the Illuminist agenda in 1918, then you would have to logically conclude that the United Nations was little more than the updated version of that in 1945.

Sometime next month, we get to “celebrate” the anniversary of the United Nations. It might be good at some point next  month for us to reflect on just what the United Nations has done, not for, but rather to us in its quest for one world government. And right now, one of their biggest pushes in this country is gun control/confiscation for Americans. Not that they have any real authority to do anything in that area, but that doesn’t mean they won’t try to bamboozle us into thinking they do.

So the CFR has, indeed, had some “interesting” personalities in its ranks over the years, including pedophiles and communist spies–both of which this country would be better off without!



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