FOR NATIONAL POLICY- Part One
and Barb Aho
Ahos have done it again.
work in exposing the New World Order system is exceptional, and this time they
show how pseudo-christian leaders are working both sides of the Satanic warfare.
out for vipers in the Lord's Church. Some teachings of the Ahos are not in line
with our use of the Word of God.
COUNCIL FOR NATIONAL POLICY
Willard Garvey Center
National Center for Privatization
Council for National Policy
British Eugenics Establishment
Database of Past/Present Officers & Prominent Members
am indebted to David Harris for allowing me to use a portion of his 1993 newsletter
on the Council for National Policy as an introduction to the following report.
David's report, which was published in the New Age Adversary Bulletin (October
1993), provided valuable information on the Willard Garvey Center for the Improvement
for Human Functioning. Willard Garvey, a member of the highly secretive Council
for National Policy, also founded another organization which is mentioned in this
report -- The National Center for Privatization. I have added to David Harris'
work information on the National Center for Privatization and the Council for
National Policy. Mr. Harris' 1993 report also contained a list of members from
the 1988 and 1993 CNP directories. Updating this list has resulted in an extensive
database of past and present CNP officers and prominent members. ~ Barbara Aho
WILLARD GARVEY CENTER
the Improvement of Human Functioning
by David L. Harris
1971 Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr. , aka John Denver, wife Annie moved to the
gilt-edged Starwood section of Aspen, Colorado. While camping out at an 11,000
foot high lake Denver and some friends witnessed a spectacular shower of meteorites
transfixed by the sidereal extravaganza for over two hours. After the "star"
show and the accompanying "new birth" which Denver claims he had, Denver
wrote the popular experience song "Rocky Mountain High." Denver has
told reporters that now he can pinpoint the place he came from "near the
ring nebula in Lyra." Denver is convinced he is among those called Starseed
by UFO believer, Brad Steiger. "He is here to save the earthbound masses
from the wrath to come." Denver has not convinced everyone in his beloved
state of Colorado that he is the "Messiah." Some Coloradans have dubbed
Denver as "Ecotwerp" or "Aspen's Singing Turkey."
1976 Denver, freshly graduated from Jack Rosenberg's, aka Werner Erhard, EST new
age conversion brainwashing system, actually a form of subjection to demonic possession.
Denver, with the help of Rosenberg and a few other new age money bags, purchased
1,000 acres of prime mountain countryside near Snowmass, Colorado where he planted
a new age commune and indoctrination center he calls Windstat. Denver's bodyguard
and co-graduate EST victim, Thomas Crum, has added a decidedly Eastern flavor
to Windstar with the introduction of the Eastern martial art known as Aikido which
is more than just a martial art; it is "the road to a union with the universal
spirit." Crum has reached the level of Guru Number II at Windstar, second
in command only to Denver. The huge Aikido tent structure under which Crum works
his Eastern spells is an imposing sight on the Windstar compound.
while sleeping/meditating under his nine foot portable pyramid made of copper
poles, was shown by "the power" that he would some day become President
of the United States. Mrs. Deutschendorf, John's mother, has had the same dream.
The fertile farm plains on the northwest corner of the suburbs of Wichita, Kansas
are the site of a sister structure, an architectural carrier of the master spirit
of the New Age, a large white, stationary pyramid, situated just outside a circle
of eight glistening white "pyradome," geodesic domes. Buckminister Fuller,
the inventor of the geodesic dome is (was) coincidentally on the board of directors
of Windstar. The geodesic "pyradomes" are situated with seven domes
in a circle surrounding the eighth dome in the center of the circle forming one
of the basic New Age symbols, the 'hadit" and the "nuit," or the
dot within the circle, a basic, timeless pagan/heathen religious symbol Babylonians,
Egyptians, Roman Catholics, Buddhists, of the ancient Theosophists, arts, ancient
wisdoms, and other occult traditions.
shining white pyramid in the picture here is located on ninety acres known as
The Center for the Improvement of
Human Functioning International, Inc., 1. Or more simply as "The Center,"
or more revealingly as "The Garvey Center" after Willard Garvey, president
chief director, executive officer of National Center Garvey Industries, Inc.;
founding director, National Center for Privatization, International Executive
Service Corps, National Legal Center Interest for the Public Interest, ad infinitum...,
the Wichitans asked Garvey why the pyramid, the Garvey Center published the following:
number of people have asked us why we decided to include a Garvey Center for the
Improvement of Human Functioning, Inc. There were a number of reasons behind this
decision and we would like to share these with you.
course, the pyramid is extremely strong and should be able to withstand--as should
the geodesic domes--almost any environmental situation.
"A principal consideration
was of an electromagnetic nature. We live in a sea of energy. All of life, from
subatomic particles to the galaxies, can be seen as electrostatic and electrodynamic
fields. Close examination of life forms, including our own, reveals that rather
than existing as solid state matter these forms are more accurately waves of energy
interacting with one another.
is known that the shape or form of a container affects the nature and quality
of the energy force fields within. This is apparent with sound and light and equally
so--though perhaps less apparent--with other portions of the electromagnetic spectrum.
in recent years have demonstrated that the pyramid shape is particularly conducive
to integrating and amplifying these energy fields. Significant results have been
established with liquids, solids, plant growth and productivity, along with beneficial
results with animal and human health. These results are not entirely isolated
phenomena as a number of scientific researchers have demonstrated the response
of animate and inanimate matter to various electrical and magnetic force fields.
The uniqueness of the pyramid, however, apparently resides in its ability to provide
a richness of these fields.
ancient times, the pyramid has stood as a universal symbol to the four cardinal
points of the earth, representing all things of the earth, and the four material
elements or substances from the combinations of which the quaternary body of man
is formed. From each side of the pyramid there rises a triangle, typifying the
threefold divine nature of Man. The pyramid reaches a point apex depicting the
Oneness of life.
founding fathers of this country incorporated a pyramid on the reverse side of
the Great Seal of the United States
2. When it was adopted by act of the Continental Congress on June 20, 1782, and
readopted by the new Congress on September 15, 1789. This seal continues to be
printed on our one dollar bills.
thirteen tiers of the pyramid on the seal represent thirteen original colonies.
Man can construct this part of the pyramid, whereas the capstone -- elevated on
the seal -- can be only provided by God. The eye in the capstone signifies God's
wisdom and attentiveness to the affairs of man.
"A pyramid seems
to be particularly appropriate for The Center, dedicated to the health and well-being
of the body, mind and spirit of man."
reads the Garvey Center explanation for the pyramidal structure on its grounds.
We have been told that the pyramid contains nothing but an altar and a light which
plays on the altar and further that the altar has been used in rites and rituals
best left undescribed. Some have hinted that the Garvey Pyramid is the location
of blood sacrifices but this, so far, is mere unproven gossip. In 1979, New Ager
Jeremy Rifkin copyrighted a book of giant significance to those who can read between
the lines. The book was titled The Emerging Order.
his run for the Presidential Nomination of 1988, Christian New Age Change Agent,
Pat Robertson gave both Rifkin and his book, The Emerging Order, a great deal
of television exposure on Robertson's 700 Club television program. It has been
said with great discernment that the life purpose of Rifkin and the sole intent
of The Emerging Order was to channel the entire United states spectrum of the
"Evangelical" population into the New Age Movement. Rifkin, however,
proved to be much too blatantly associated with the vociferous element of the
New Age Movement which openly advocated the element of "cleansing the New
Age Movement action" of the earth, the physical extermination of all fundamentalist
Christians, Jews and Moslems and anyone else who dissented from United States/United
Nations/New World Order policies.
Rifkin being too radical to be used to charm "evangelicals" into the
NAM, it would seem from the evidence presented herein that Willard Garvey was
given by the Masters of the New Age the job of charming, beguiling the lesser
Fundamentalists, the greater Evangelicals of so-called Christian America into
not only accepting but also promoting and vigorously and wholeheartedly working
for the establishment of a New Age/New World Order. . .
there is one thing Fundamentalists and Evangelicals trust it is money. They may
not have any, but they trust and give their allegiance to those who have it. They
ignorantly call this "conservatism." Conservatism is the Baal of Fundamentalists
and Evangelicals. Not long ago Thomas Crum from John Denver's New Age Windstar
compound appeared in Wichita for an evening before the Chamber of Commerce. Before
the night was over the entire Chamber of Commerce had been indoctrinated into
Crum's occult manipulation of Aiki. They were "centered" and "grounded"
and empowered to go out and work for the demons of the New Age. The channel from
Windstar to Wichita is established and it flows and finds harmonic convergence
at the Garvey Center -- a vortex for the New Age Spirits of Anti-Christ. 3.
National Center for Privatization
1983, Willard Garvey and other Wichita, Kansas businessmen founded the National
Center for Privatization [NCP]. Its 1986 Board of Directors included Willard Garvey
and Robert D. Love, a founding
member of National Council of The John Birch Society who, according
to a JBS publication cited by The
Belmont Brotherhood, was "a Thirty-second Degree KCCH Mason, a member
of the Median Shrine." 4.
purpose of the National Center for Privatization was "to educate Americans
about the then-new concept of 'Privatization'", which meant relieving the
government of services which Garvey and his partners felt could be performed more
efficiently and effectively within the private sector. Ostensibly, the objective
was to eliminate government waste, reduce taxes, and government control of the
the foremost objective of the National Center for privatization is to encourage
by all practical and legal means, the transfer of activities and responsibilities
now being funded with coerced tax dollars, to the private profit and voluntary
sector of the economy." 5.
privatization masquerades as relief for the overburdened taxpayer, a different
picture emerges in real life scenarios where private enterprise and government
have collaborated to profit at taxpayer expense. A practical illustration of how
private enterprise often works involved Willard Garvey's profiteering at the expense
of the taxpayer. Waste of the West:
Public Lands Ranching discloses that "ranchers, government and private
entities have been working together for decades to convert our public land into
profitable livestock ranches." 6. In 1934, private interests pushed through
Congress the Taylor Grazing Act which created the Division of Grazing under the
Department of the Interior. This legislation resulted in the establishment of
federal, state and local "grazing advisory boards" staffed by the same
wealthy ranchers who lobbied Congress for their creation:
"All these 'advisory'
boards were composed mostly of the same large-scale, aggressive, politically savvy
ranchers who helped create the Forest Service and Taylor Grazing Act and awarded
themselves federal grazing permits (or else stockmen who followed in their place).
Most members were also livestock association officials, and many were bankers,
real estate dealers, lawyers, timber barons, merchants, and mining tycoons. Congress
enacted regulations, created grazing allotments, and charged a nominal 5 cent
grazing fee. Leases were issued to the privileged few, generally the most wealthy
and powerful cattlemen, especially those who helped create the Taylor Grazing
Act, often those who had illegally fenced off public land. . .
"In 1939, under
close supervision of the grazing industry, the Division of Grazing was reorganized
into the Grazing Service. . .They went out and radically turned it over to the
big cowmen and the big sheepmen of the West Why they even put them on the payroll.
. . It is common knowledge that they have been practically running the Grazing
Service. . . Seven years later, in 1946, again under the influence of powerful
stockmen, the Grazing Service and General Land Office were combined to form the
Bureau of Land Management (BLM). . ." 7.
7 titled Welfare Ranching describes
Willard Garvey's illegal use of tax-funded public lands -- with a little help
from fellow rancher, Ronald Reagan, who was President of the United States:
"In 1984 appraisers
for both the BLM and Forest Service uncovered more than 2000 secret subleasing
deals providing the original holder of the grazing permit 'the opportunity to
profit at the expense of the Treasury' (Com. on Govt. Oper. 1986). A recent study
by Colorado State University researchers found more than 900 cattle permittees
were subleasing 'their' BLM allotments. Considering there are only about 19,000
BLM permittees altogether, 900 (almost 5% of the total) seems to indicate a serious
problem. And one further wonders how many subleasers were not revealed.
"These 900 were
subleasing at an average rate of $7.76/AUM -- more than 5 times the then-current
$1.35/AUM grazing fee charged by the federal government. Most of the difference
went into ranchers' pockets. For example, according to the 5-11-87 Reno Gazette-Journal,
multimillionaire Willard Garvey collected $120,000 rent in 1986 from a Humboldt
County, Nevada rancher, while the government received only $14,587 in grazing
fees for that public land.
1985. . .in a slick move that infuriated many reform advocates, rancher Ronald
Reagan rode to the rescue and (while vacationing at his California ranch) promulgated
an executive order directing the Secretaries of Agriculture and Interior (at their
advisal) to permanently adopt the PRIA fee formula. [Public Rangelands Improvement
Act created by the public lands ranching establishment to assure low grazing fees]
Both Secretaries promptly did so, with a new provision that established a floor
of $1.35/AUM. Consequently, the federal grazing fee remained $1.35/AUM through
1984, between the establishment of the National Center for Privatization and President
Reagan's executive order to permanently establish low fees for public land grazing,
Willard Garvey wrote a letter to the President which disclosed the real objective
of the National Center for Privatization -- to wit, that non-profit organizations
and the private sector might render the cumbersome machinery of representative
letter [see below] was published in a media promotion for an International Conference
On Family Choice/Educational Vouchers that was sponsored by the NCP on Sept. 30-Oct.
2 of 1985. Speakers for the "Privatizing Education" conference were
members of the secretive and elitist Council for National Policy -- namely James
Dobson, Tim LaHaye and Phyllis Schlafly, and also free market economist, Milton
Friedman and Secretary of Education, William Bennett. The NCP brochure promoted
the conference as being "Where the Future Begins."
P.O. Box 1776
Falls Church, Virginia 22041
Phone (703) 820-2079
on Family Choice/ Educational Vouchers
LaHaye, Schlafly, Friedman, Pickens, William Bennett and others
300 West Douglas
Wichita, Kansas 07909
Executive Office of the President
The White House
Washington , D.C. 20500 Re: Privatization
Reagan, congratulations on rejecting the political system negatives. Now why not
adopt the all positive system -- privatization? Hold a White House conference
on Privatization and appoint a Presidential Task Force on privatization.
is documented in the enclosed paper from the Heritage Foundation and dates back
at least to Adam Smith, Plato, Aristotle and Jesus.
more recent advocates include most of the non-profit sector-- and the entire profit
sector. To name a few, Peter Drucker, Milton Friedman, Heritage Foundation, Reason
Foundation, Pacific Institute, Manhattan Institute, National Legal Center for
the Public Interest, VOLUNTEER -- National Center for Citizen Involvement, International
Executive Service Corps, United Way with its Services Identification System, churches,
labor unions, etc.
is now "an idea whose time has come" The knowledge, communication, and
computer industry can make political representatives obsolete!
might well be the theme for the 200th anniversary of the Constitution. Privatization
is essential for national salvation.
restore privatization is the National Center for Privatization's purpose. May
we help you?
Heritage Foundation paper
National Center for Privatization brochure
the National Center for Privatization relocated to McLean, VA in 1991 and was
incorporated in the District of Columbia. It has since become the Council for Government Reform
of Arlington, VA. A companion organization, "Center for Government Reform"
functions as a non-profit. 9. The NCP brochure which accompanied Garvey's letter
to President Reagan states that the National Office of the NCP was in Wichita,
Kansas. However, the promotional material indicates that, as of April 1984, the
NCP Executive Secretary actually resided in Falls Church, VA -- which is just
outside the nation's capital.
as a National Advisory Committee Member for Garvey's international conference
on privatizing education was the late J. Peter Grace, who was a member of the Council
on Foreign Relations [CFR], an officer of the Council for National Policy [CNP]
and President of the American Chapter of the Board of Founders of the Knights
of Malta [SMOM].
Garvey's letter to the President included a brochure of The Heritage Foundation, the New
Right think tank founded by CNP member, Paul Weyrich. During the
Reagan Administration, the Heritage Foundation was delegated a powerful role of
oversight of government policies and was close to a shadow government. Heritage
has spawned a vast network of other right wing, tax-exempt organizations that
are working toward the end of privatization of government services. Willard Garvey's
selection of speakers for the "privatization of education" conference
represented an alliance which was already well-established.
expedite the process of eliminating government by representation, the National
Center for Privatization has recruited people from right-wing think tanks from
among the many such non-profit organizations represented in the Council for National
Policy: The Reason Foundation [Robert W. Poole], Citizens
for a Sound Economy, the National Center for Policy Analysis
[Pierre duPont], Advocates for Self-Government, Competitive
Enterprise Institute [Jack Kemp, Distinguished Fellow], and the Cato
1992, Reason Foundation, headed by Robert W. Poole, a member of the CNP until
1998, established the Privatization Center,
which "provides how-to-guides, case studies, and reports that are designed
to inform elected officials on how to streamline government." To understand
the scope of the projected transfer of government services to the private sector,
please see: Reason Foundation Privatization How-To Guides.
congressman, Jack Kemp, is a 33� Mason and long term CNP member. Kemp also co-directs
Empower America with William Bennett and Jeanne Kirkpatrick [CFR]. The President
and CEO of Empower America is Josette Shiner, a high-ranking Unification Church
member and former editor at the Moon-owned Washington Times. Kemp recently addressed
scholars of the Cato Institute on the topic of privatizing Social Security --
Global Public Pensions Crisis II: The Privatization Revolution -- ".
. .imagine America not just as a constitutional republic, but as a vibrant shareholder
democracy where everyone not only has a vote but also owns property." 11.
Kemp assumes that private enterprise will provide equitable pensions for retired
persons once they control Social Security.
Friedman is a Nobel Laureate in Economic Science  and has for many years
been a member of the Mont Pelerin Society, founded in 1947 in
Mont Pelerin, Switzerland by Frederich von Hayek. 12. The stated objective of
the Mont Pelerin Society is to strengthen the principles and practices of the
free society by encouraging market-oriented economic systems with minimal and
dispersed government as opposed to government regulation of industry. Milton Friedman
was president of the Mont Pelerin Society from 1970-1972. Edwin Feulner, president
of the Heritage Foundation, was president of the Mont Pelerin Society from 1996-1998
and is currently the Senior Vice President.
American membership of the MPS has included, besides Milton and Rose Friedman
and the late journalist Walter Lippmann [CFR], influential conservatives affiliated
with the Heritage Foundation: Michael Novak [American Enterprise Institute], Thomas
Sowell [Hoover Institution] and Deepak Lal [Cato Institute]. Anther member of
the Mont Pelerin Society is former CNP member Dr. John A. Howard, president
of The Rockford Institute, Senior Fellow of the Howard Center for Family, Religion
& Society and a member of The Bohemian Club, a
coven of high-powered elites whose retreats in the mysterious Bohemian Grove near
San Francisco are reported to involve Druidic rituals.13.
Von Hayek is considered by libertarians to be the greatest social
scientist of the twentieth century, an economist whose theories on free-market
economics have supplanted John Maynard Keynes. Free market advocates claim that
Keynes' theories of government regulation of the economy have been gradually discredited
and Hayak's model of "Spontaneous Order" accepted which contends that
"social order, and thus social capital, can emerge in spontaneous and decentralized
fashion." Milton Friedman, who was profoundly influenced by Von Hayak, is
the leader of what is called "The Chicago Boys" School of Economics.
Promulgating Hayak's monetarist theories from the seat of Rockefeller power, the
University of Chicago, Friedman had Chile declared a dictatorship in the mid-1970s
in order to privatize the economy.
from a tiny embryo at the University of Chicago with the philosopher-economist
Friedrich von Hayek and his students like Milton Friedman at its nucleus, the
neoliberals and their funders have created a huge international network of foundations,
institutes, research centers, publications, scholars, writers and public relations
hacks to develop, package and push their ideas and doctrine relentlessly. . .They
have spent hundreds of millions of dollars, but the result has been worth every
penny to them because they have made neoliberalism seem as if it were the natural
and normal condition of humankind. . ." 14.
to the Mont Pelerin Society, "liberal" in the European sense means "broadly
epitomized by a preference for minimal and dispersed government, rather than in
its current American sense which indicates the opposite preference for an extension
and concentration of governmental powers." In theory, diminishing the expansive
power of government is appealing. However, the wisdom of deregulating the transnational
corporations, thereby permitting them to amass sufficient economic power to cripple
whole nations, has been discredited since the Asian crisis:
social and economic impact of the global financial crisis triggered in East Asia
in mid-1997 has led a growing number of civil society actors, UN bodies and governments
to explore strategies to regain control over global finance, which many describe
as a cause of increasing systemic instability and social regress. . .Many debates
in this area have focused on critiquing the neoliberal rationale for unfettered
financial liberalization as part of the conventional policy package ascribed to
the so-called 'Washington consensus,' which has been thrown into question in the
aftermath of the East Asian crisis". 15.
stated purpose of the classical liberal academic, business and governmental leaders
who comprise the Mont Pelerin Society is to prevent world domination by communist,
fascist and socialist regimes. However, the fruit of this elite society of has
been generally of the same variety.
Pearson, a British race scientist, united the ex-Nazis and Nazi sympathizers of
the Europe in the World Anti-Communist League. In 1975, Pearson organized the
North American neo-fascists into an American branch of the WACL called Council
on American Affairs. The Council sponsored seminars and published monographs with
such influential persons as Ed Feulner of Heritage, Ray Cline, former C.I.A. deputy
director, and others who would later become high officials of the Reagan Administration.
With the support of New Right leadership, Pearson became well integrated within
the conservative network. His influence in the U.S. was demonstrable by his oversight
of an organization that included Dr. Milton Friedman, whose free market theories
were applied in Chile under the fascist dictator, Pinochet.
"Pearson was elected
to head University Professors for Academic Order (UPAO), a group that includes
many members of the Heritage Foundation, the Reagan Administration and the Mont
Pelerin Society. [f-228] The latter is a group of about 500 ultraconservatives
whose best known economists, Milton Friedman and Friedrich von Hayek, were architects
of the economy of Pinochet's Chile. Both advocated a form of dictatorship as part
of the economic plan. Heritage Foundation president Edwin Feulner is treasurer
of the Society." 16.
is common knowledge that the massive destabilization of the democratically-elected
Chilean government and assassination of President Salvadore Allende was carried
out by the CIA, hired by a corporate mafia which planned to install a nationalist
government more lenient toward private enterprise. President Nixon and National
Security Adviser Henry Kissinger allocated $8 million for the campaign to destabilise
Allende. Kissinger told the CIA that Washington's 'firm and continuing policy'
was for Allende to be overthrown by the US-trained Chilean military. In 1975,
CIA director Richard Helms admitted his agency's involvement. When the coup finally
came in September 1973, U.S. warships appeared off the coast of Chile and American
intelligence officers kept in touch with Pinochet and other military leaders.
In subsequent years, an estimated 50,000 Chileans died at the hands of Pinochet's
dictatorship, which was protected throughout by Washington.
year, a journalist who had written exposes of Richard Scaife was apparently murdered
in the Oxford Centre of Pittsburgh, PA -- the office complex of the foundation
his subject, Scaife. Richard Scaife is the heir of the Mellon fortune and a major
funder of the Heritage Foundation and other right wing organizations, although,
like the Coors family, Scaife also funds abortion and gay rights organizations.
Shortly before his death in February 1999, Kangas catalogued the gruesome accomplishments
of the CIA and issued a scathing indictment of their paymasters -- the very elites
who created the CNP! The following portion of Kangas' Origins of the Overclass
deals with CIA "success stories" around the world:
"The wealthy have
always used many methods to accumulate wealth, but it was not until the mid-1970s
that these methods coalesced into a superbly organized, cohesive and efficient
machine. After 1975, it became greater than the sum of its parts, a smooth flowing
organization of advocacy groups, lobbyists, think tanks, conservative foundations,
and PR firms that hurtled the richest 1 percent into the stratosphere.
"The origins of
this machine, interestingly enough, can be traced back to the CIA. This is not
to say the machine is a formal CIA operation, complete with code name and signed
documents. (Although such evidence may yet surface -- and previously unthinkable
domestic operations such as MK-ULTRA, CHAOS and MOCKINGBIRD show this to be a
distinct possibility.) But what we do know already indicts the CIA strongly enough.
Its principle creators were Irving Kristol, Paul Weyrich, William Simon, Richard
Mellon Scaife, Frank Shakespeare, William F. Buckley, Jr., the Rockefeller family,
and more. Almost all the machine's creators had CIA backgrounds. . .
The Business Origins
of CIA Crimes
many people think that the CIAs primary mission during the Cold War was
to 'deter communism,' Noam Chomksy correctly points out that its real mission
was 'deterring democracy.' From corrupting elections to overthrowing democratic
governments, from assassinating elected leaders to installing murderous dictators,
the CIA has virtually always replaced democracy with dictatorship. It didnt
help that the CIA was run by businessmen, whose hostility towards democracy is
legendary. The reason they overthrew so many democracies is because the people
usually voted for policies that multi-national corporations didn't like: land
reform, strong labor unions, nationalization of their industries, and greater
regulation protecting workers, consumers and the environment.
"So the CIAs
greatest 'successes' were usually more pro-corporate than anti-communist. Citing
a communist threat, the CIA helped overthrow the democratically elected Mohammed
Mussadegh government in Iran in 1953. But there was no communist threat -- the
Soviets stood back and watched the coup from afar. What really happened
was that Mussadegh threatened to nationalize British and American oil companies
in Iran. Consequently, the CIA and MI6 toppled Mussadegh and replaced him with
a puppet government, headed by the Shah of Iran and his murderous secret police,
SAVAK. The reason why the Ayatollah Khomeini and his revolutionaries took 52 Americans
hostage in Tehran in 1979 was because the CIA had helped SAVAK torture and murder
'success' was the CIAs overthrow of the democratically elected government
of Jacabo Arbenz in Guatemala in 1954. Again, there was no communist threat. The
real threat was to Guatemalas United Fruit Company, a Rockefeller-owned
firm whose stockholders included CIA Director Allen Dulles. Arbenz threatened
to nationalize the company, albeit with generous compensation. In response, the
CIA initiated a coup that overthrew Arbenz and installed the murderous dictator
Castillo Armas. For four decades, CIA-backed dictators would torture and murder
hundreds of thousands of leftists, union members and others who would fight for
a more equitable distribution of the countrys resources.
story was Chile. In 1973, the countrys democratically elected leader, Salvadore
Allende, nationalized foreign-owned interests, like Chiles lucrative copper
mines and telephone system. International Telephone & Telegraph (ITT) offered
the CIA $1 million to overthrow Allende -- which the CIA allegedly refused --
but paid $350,000 to his political opponents. The CIA responded with a coup that
murdered Allende and replaced him with a brutal tyrant, General Augusto Pinochet.
Pinochet tortured and murdered thousands of leftists, union members and political
opponents as economists trained at the University of Chicago under Milton Friedman
installed a 'free market' economy. Since then, income inequality has soared higher
in Chile than anywhere else in Latin America." 17.
case of New Right leaders using their influence to support Latin American dictators,
was the promotion by Pat Robertson [CBP Pres. 1985-6] and Jerry Falwell of General
Efrain Rios Montt, who became president of Guatemala after a bloody coup in 1982.
Rios Montt, a convert of Gospel Outreach Verbo Ministries [which originated in
the Jesus Movement] expected to turn the Verbo Churches into a new political movement
which would "moralize national life from the top down."
is an evangelical Pentecostal church with headquarters in Eureka, California and
Guatemala. It grew out of the 'Jesus People' movement of the 1960s in the United
States. . .After the 1976 earthquake, 28 Gospel Outreach evangelicals from California
arrived in Guatemala to help rebuild the country and establish El Verbo church.
. .An early convert was General Efrain Rios Montt, who became president after
a military coup in March 1982.
to the Latin American Institute of Transnational Studies, 'Within the first nine
months of Rios Montt's administration, 12 evangelical pastors were assassinated;
69 were kidnapped; 45 disappeared; 5 were jailed; 11 foreign missionaries were
expelled; 88 evangelical temples were destroyed; and 50 more were occupied by
the Army." By 1986, Verbo Ministries reported 250 congregations. Verbo Ministries
also runs a Leadership Training School with over 1000 members directed by Rios
Montt has been supported by Pat Robertson (Christian Broadcasting Network), Jerry
Falwell (Moral Majority, Thomas Road Baptist Church, Liberty Federation), and
Loren Cunningham (Youth with a Mission). . .Jimmy Swaggart Ministries has provided
financial support for the schools of El Verbo in Guatemala. This is done under
the "Programa Ayuda Infantile," a branch of the Swaggart ministry."
Covert Action Information Bulletin implicates
another elitist organization in the bloody coup of the Allende government: the
Brazil-based Tradition, Family and Property founded by one Plinio Corr�a de Oliviera.
"In Chile and other Latin American countries, the CIA helped finance the
right-wing Tradition, Family and Property which played a role
in the overthrow of both Allende in Chile and Goulart in Brazil. In many instances
it pitted one sector of the Church against another." 19.
Family and Property has close ties with Heritage founder, Paul Weyrich and Morton
Blackwell of the Leadership Institute, who are members of the CNP. 20. Weyrich
and Blackwell endorsed a 1993 book by Plinio Corr�a de Oliviera, on the necessity
of restoring traditional nobility and elites to rule the world. Writing the Forward
of Nobility & Analogous Traditional Elites, Morton Blackwell opined:
"One does not have to accept Papal infallibility to appreciate a case persuasively
made, using theological, moral, and prudential arguments. This book will convince
many readers, whatever their faith, that good elites are legitimate, desirable
and, yes, necessary." 21.
Weyrich's endorsement appears on the dust jacket: "Sadly, most American elites
are now devoted to self-interest, not to service, which is one reason why affairs
here go so badly. Your book may help reawaken people to the realization that we
need and can have an elite devoted to service." 22.
1997, Tradition, Family and Property sponsored the Conservative Leadership Conference
together with CNP affiliates/Moon fronts Christian Voice [Gary Jarmin] and Citizens
Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms [Alan Gottleib] and also
Citizens Against Government Waste which was founded by American Knights of Malta
J. Peter Grace.
Latin America is any indicator of the corporate largesse toward the working classes,
U.S. citizens will be in worse bondage than before privatization. Chile's revolution
subjected the masses to a shock-induced depression in 1975 that was not remedied
until 1986 by an IMF bailout which cost the taxpayers 3% of Chile's GNP for three
years. Milton Friedman called this "an economic miracle".
"This follows the
usual pattern of 'free market capitalism -- market discipline for the working
class, state aid for the elite. During the 'miracle,' the economic gains had been
privatised; during the crash the burden for repayment was socialised... It is
the increased wealth of the elite that we see the true 'miracle' of Chile. According
to one expert in the Latin American neo-liberal revolutions, the elite 'had
become massively wealthy under Pinochet' and when the leader of the Christian
Democratic Party returned from exile in 1989 he said that economic growth that
benefited the top 10 per cent of the population had been achieved (Pinochet's
official institutions agreed)." 23.
of Gun Owners of America, Larry Pratt [CNP] also was Secretary of the Council
for Inter-American Security [CIS], which was founded in 1976. Pratt "served
both as an intelligence conduit from "private" sources such as the American
Security Council and CAUSA, and as an informal employment agency which provided
analysts to the Reagan administration at the inception of Washington's murderous
counter-insurgency wars in Central America." In 1980, CIS published the influential
A New Inter-American Policy for the Eighties, also known as the "Santa
Fe Document." 24.
Fe Document, which was a sequel to The Rockefeller Report, was originally titled
"Inter-American Relations, Shield of the New Order and Sword of the U.S.
Ascent to World Power." This document set forth plans to create religious
sects worldwide, whose mission was to corrupt the collective conscience of Christians
to accept the Rockefeller agenda. A portion of a book, La Mafia Sects (The Sect
Mafia) by Burn Fouchereau, describes the planned use of Evangelical organizations,
such as Rios Montt's Church of the Word, as fronts for the CIA to "take charge
of the initiative of ideological struggle" in Latin America through religious
phenomena, i.e., psychological warfare operations for inculcating Anglo-Saxon
Mafia Sects (The Sect Mafia)
by Burn Fouchereau
The Sects, Powerful Tool
of the Secret Services
the category, 'Manipulation of mystical groups and sects', the highest award can
be given to the famous American intelligence agency. . . In May 1980, a group
of bigwigs in the Republican party signed a confidential document, one destined
to guide U.S. foreign policy, and more specifically, that of the CIA and of NSA.
(2) This document was titled, 'Inter-American Relations, Shield of the New Order
and Sword of the U.S. Ascent to World Power." Although this document set
forth strategic proposals, whose objectives are made readily clear in the title,
it nevertheless remained secret, and in the intelligence community was nicknamed,
the 'Santa F� Report.' Beginning with the Reagan administration, and then Bushs,
and on to the cohabitation of the Republicans with Bill Clinton, this project
became operational and its application is ongoing. It is really just the continuation
of a political strategy hatched by the U.S.A. in the 1950s, in turn guided by
a document titled 'The Rockefeller Report.' The latter states: 'In order to win
the battle for hegemony (control) over conscience, it is necessary to begin by
exposing Latin America to the influence of the fundamental values of the American
way of life, doing so through controlling the traditional apparatus of socialization
of civil society: the Family, the School, and the Church.'
"The Santa Fe Report
went further down this road, clearly defining that one of the vectors for the
expansion of U.S. power worldwide would be the activities of the sects. The document
concretely explained how necessary it was for the U.S.A. to take charge of the
initiative of ideological struggle through religious phenomena, the goal of which
was to win control over conscience. The recent development of the sects would
be one of the elements of this strategy. On the same subject, the Santa Fe Report
notes the work already done in this area: '
[T]he experience acquired in
Vietnam, thanks to the work done in population control, was exported to Latin
America, and particularly to Guatemala, by numerous agents of A.I.D., and of other
U.S. services. Certain sects were created by psychological warfare specialists
and entrusted with control of the political forum and control of conscience.'
---George Orwell could never have imagined anything more effective than this!
France, the reigning and undisputed specialist on this subject is Professor J�sus
Garcia-Ruiz, of the Dept. of Ethnology and Anthropology at the University of Paris
order to confirm this incredible American policy of manipulation of the masses
of the world, of which the Latin Americans seem to be the model, he cites two
other sources. First, the Popular Evangelical Mission of France, which, in a text
titled, La Notion relative aux sects en Amerique Latine, wrote: 'They [the sects]
are all made in the U.S.A. and are financed from the outside; they are the vehicles
for inculcating an Anglo-Saxon cultural ideology, leading to adopting an American
middle class model
' The second source is a report by the Minister of the
Interior of Mexico, which explains: 'The sects carry out the most subtle part
of the process of domination and of north-Americanization of underdeveloped societies,
through their religious preaching, which is set down into the ideological struggle
in the middle of civil society.' It is a fact that the foremost evangelical and
charismatic sects have played a structural role in the dictatorships of Latin
America. Sects such as The Church of the Word in Guatemala, or the Divine Universal
Church, in Argentina, are directly linked to North American structures, such as
the 700 Club (the real 'seminary' for the formation of gurus, directed by the
CIA), P.T.L. Television, founded by Pat Robertson in Virginia, Billy Graham Evangelist
Association, World Vision International (all part of the sects money stream)."
to the modern prophets of privatization, Bible doctrine is expendable, but no
one may question the doctrine of unbridled capitalism. Any who go there are labeled
"socialists" in the worst sense of the term. Forgetting that the Lord
Jesus drove the moneychangers from His temple, one prophet, Willard Garvey, shamelessly
named Him among the founders of Republican government and proponents of privatization!
is documented in the enclosed paper from the Heritage Foundation and dates back
at least to Adam Smith, Plato, Aristotle and Jesus. . .Privatization might well
be the theme for the 200th anniversary of the Constitution. Privatization is essential
for national salvation."
attain national salvation, the prophets of privatization determined to build a
voting bloc which would support their agenda. In 1976, direct-mail fundraising
genius of the New Right, Richard Viguerie, was accompanied to the 1976 convention
of the American Independent Party by three leaders of the New Right with equally
Rusher, editor of CFR member William F. Buckley's National Review.
Weyrich, founder of the Heritage and Free Congress Foundation, who employed
Fabianist/British race scientist Roger Pearson of the World Anti-Communist League, the multinational network of Nazi war criminals,
Latin American death squad leaders and North American neo-fascists. Weyrich presently
employs top U.S. Fabianist Sir Peter Vickers Hall and ex-Nazi collaborator Laszlo
Phillips, who founded The Conservative Caucus (TCC) at the direction of 33�
Mason, Jesse Helms on whose staff he worked. TCC has an interlocking directorate
(Phillips served on advisory board) with the United States Council for World Freedom
(USCWF) of the WACL. Phillips also proposed the name for Buckley's Young Americans
for Freedom and served on its board of directors.
the AIP convention, Viguerie presented himself as a candidate for the Presidential
nomination of the party of George Wallace, a coalition that included elements
of the Ku Klux Klan, John Birchers and operatives of Willis Carto's Liberty Lobby.
When Viguerie's bid for the nomination failed, the New Right leaders turned their
energies to creating a hard right voting bloc within the Republican Party.
"By 1978, Weyrich's
PAC helped sweep into Congress a new, radical breed of populist conservatives.
The most notable, it turned out, was a brash, young man from Georgia named Newt
Gingrich [33� Mason, CFR] whom Weyrich had trained years earlier at a campaign
seminar in Milwaukee. Finally, on the verge of realizing his right-wing utopia
Weyrich harvested what his friend Morton Blackwell termed 'the greatest track
of virgin timber on the political landscape': evangelicals." 26.
1979, Robert Billings of the National Christian Action Coalition and Free Congress
Foundation invited the Rev. Jerry Falwell to a meeting with Phillips, Viguerie,
Weyrich and Ed McAteer, a retired advertising executive. Their agenda now was
to influence the GOP party platform for the 1980 election. Weyrich proposed that
if the Republican Party would take a strong stand against abortion, the large
Catholic voting bloc within the Democratic Party would be split. At this meeting,
the term "Moral Majority" was coined to represent the ecumenical bloc
of voters that would be led by the Rev. Falwell, who pledged to "turn this
(country) into a Christian nation."
Coors family, which funds abortion and gay rights causes (having made their fortune
from the manufacture and sale of beer), generously funded the Moral Majority and
built the headquarters building for Paul Weyrich's organizations, the Heritage
Foundation and Free Congress Foundation. During the Reagan Administration, the
Heritage Foundation served as almost a shadow government with Joe Coors' Kitchen
Cabinet setting up offices within the Executive Office Building. During its first
year, the Reagan administration adopted fully two-thirds of the recommendations
of Heritage's Mandate for Leadership: Policy Management in a Conservative Administration.
with the main architects and commanding generals of the New Right was also John
T. (Terry) Dolan co-founder and national chairman of the 300,000-member National
Conservative Political Action Committee (NCPAC), the largest conservative political
action committee in terms of spending and influence including Jesse Helms' Congressional
Club which was a client of NCPAC.
Viguerie and Dolan are Catholic; Phillips is Jewish but claims to have converted
to Christianity. Terry Dolan was a homosexual who died of AIDS in 1986. In his
expose of the New Right, God's Bullies, Perry Deane Young comments on the
religious makeup of the New Right leadership:
fundamentalist is generally defined as one who believes in adult baptism,...in
a literal interpretation of the bible, and in being 'reborn' or 'born again' through
a personal experience in accepting Jesus Christ as one's personal Savior. This
definition does not begin to cover all those in the religious right. There are
Orthodox Jewish rabbis on nearly every one of these group's boards of advisors.
In most cases, the groups themselves were set up by Catholics. The idea for a
Moral Majority, Inc., and the name itself came from two political operatives in
Washington -- one a Jew, the other a Catholic.
"The most effective
leaders of the new right are nearly all Catholics. The following are only a few
of them: Phyllis Schlafly of Eagle Forum, Terry Dolan of National Conservative
Political Action Committee, Robert Boege of the National Conservative Foundation,
Robert Bauman, former national chairman of both Young Americans for Freedom and
American Conservative Union, and Richard A. Viguerie, whose direct-mail expertise
made winners of them all." 27.
Dolan was also a former member of the advisory board of CAUSA USA, whose president
is Bo Hi Pak, top aide of Sun Myung Moon and his organization, NCPAC, received
$775,000 in 1984 from Rev. Moon. Dolan stated that the secret of fundraising is
to try to "make them angry and stir up hostilities. The shriller you are,
the easier it is to raise funds. That's the nature of the beast." 28.
motto was adhered to also by Richard Viguerie who, in 1986, was rescued from near
bankruptcy with an account for distribution of the Unification Church-owned Insight
magazine. In 1987, Bo Hi Pak, a former Korean military-intelligence officer and
Moon's top U.S. operative, paid $10.06 million for Viguerie's office building.
Also, in 1987, Viguerie became Secretary, strategist and fund-raising genius of
the newly created Moon-controlled and funded American Freedom Coalition (AFC),
an alliance of political conservatives and conservative religious groups and individuals.
In this position, Viguerie mailed millions of letters appealing for funds to lobby
aid to the Contras and promote Oliver North's testimony before Congress. 29.
at the meeting in which New Right leaders founded the Moral Majority, Ed McAteer
had been a sales marketing manager for Colgate-Palmolive Company. However, McAteer
had retired to become director of the Christian Freedom Foundation (CFF), an organization
devoted to training evangelicals for places of leadership in government. From
there McAteer served as national field director of Howard Phillips' Conservative
Caucus. Bill Bright, the founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, was closely allied
with the CFF, which was heavily funded by Amway billionaire, Richard DeVos, who
in 1975 took over the CFF. The GroupWatch file on Campus Crusade for Christ speculates
that Bill Bright, formerly a fancy foods salesman who decided the gospel could
be marketed in the same manner as any other product, may have an agenda other
. .Bright's early connections with Third Century Publishers and the Christian
Freedom Foundation . . .have led many to believe that Bright's and CCFC's goals
are to bring the policies of the evangelical far right and laissez faire
capitalism around the globe, including, or perhaps especially, the U.S.
government. Bright himself does not come from a ministerial background, but was
a businessman in food specialty and candy sales." 30.
1979, retired sales executive Ed McAteer founded the Religious Roundtable of 56 members who
symbolized the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence. The Religious Roundtable
is a coalition of conservative business, military, political, and religious leaders
working together to politicize those who believe in traditional values and to
influence government. Weyrich, Blackwell, and Falwell were among the 56 Roundtable
members and Robert Billings' son, William, was the first editor of the Roundtable
Religious Roundtable brought together the top leadership of the Religious Right
and worked as an informational clearinghouse for large organizations such as the
Christian Broadcasting Network, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Moral Majority,
Christian Voice, Church League of America, National Religious Broadcasters, Campus
Crusade for Christ, Plymouth Rock Foundation, the National Association of Evangelicals,
Gideon Bible, Wycliffe Bible Associates, and Intercessors for America.
McAteer was also a member of the board of Wycliffe Bible Associates, a lay ministry
which was created to support the work of Wycliffe Bible Translators, an evangelical
organization that raises funds and recruits missionaries to do the work of the
Summer Institute of Linguistics. Bill Bright serves
on the board of the International Linguistics Center in Dallas, which is an associate
group of SIL. The Summer Institute of Linguistics was established in 1936 by William
Cameron Townsend as a scientific, nonsectarian organization specializing in language
studies, literacy work and "other services." 32. An expose of SIL's
corruption by Rockefeller money mentions Cam Townsend's role in founding the Religious
Roundtable with Ed McAteer.
1979, after Nelson Rockefeller had passed from living humanity into history, Cam
had gathered with other members of Christian Fundamentalism to form the Religious
Roundtable. . . Cam was one of those who followed McAteer into the founding meeting
of the Religious Roundtable. If he had any reservations about where this would
lead SIL and how it would play in Latin America . . ., Cam's base of support in
the homeland and his top financial backers left him little choice. He was, at
the end of his career, trapped by the Far Right Fundamentalist base on which he
had built Wycliffe's success at home." 33.
this massive volume, Thy Will Be Done: The Conquest of the Amazon: Nelson
Rockefeller and Evangelism in the Age of Oil, authors Gerard Colby and Charlotte
Dennett present the disturbing evidence of Rockefeller's use of American missionaries,
and in particular, the Summer Institute of Linguistics, who cooperated in conducting
surveys, transporting CIA agents and directly assisting in the genocide of tribes
in the Amazon basin.
the heart of this story are two intensely ambitious and ultimately tragic figures:
Nelson Rockefeller, scion of the liberal Standard Oil family, and William Cameron
Townsend, founder of the ultraconservative Wycliffe Bible Translators. Although
leaders of opposing camps, both found common cause against fascism and the communism,
with ironic, fateful results.
see Rockefeller gathering political power and building a vast business empire
in Latin America, working with the CIA, developing close friendships with famous
Latin American politicians and businessmen, and increasingly advocating military
dictatorships, while Townsend's missionaries are used to pacify native populations
in frontiers rich in oil and rare minerals or subject to guerrilla insurgencies.
Seeking to hasten the prophesied Second Coming, Townsend pursues a fanatical effort
to reach every Bibleless tribe with the Word, even to the point of saving their
souls by destroying their culture and allying with the dictators who oppress them.
and Townsend contributed more than any other Americans to the conquest of the
Amazon that now threatens to destroy the 'lungs of the planet,' the rain forests.
Their systematic campaign of colonization was a chilling foretaste of American
intervention in the Third World that has become so common today we take for granted
repeated forays in the name of democracy and the securing of valuable resources."
and Dennett also describe the vital role of Ed McAteer in bringing together wealthy
liberal and conservative patrons to fund and direct the Wycliffe organization
which, in the name of Christ, was assisting Nelson Rockefeller in the conquest
of Latin America:
of all the principles building the Religious Right into a cohesive political force,
the most important was perhaps the least known. Edward McAteer was the Colgate-Palmolive
salesman who was the real organizing force behind the politicized Fundamentalist
movement. McAteer had the glib tongue of his profession, substituting Christ for
soap in his market analysis. He was more than a friend to Cam Townsend; he was
a major figure on the board of Wycliffe Associates, which was now a powerhouse
of resources for SIL, providing it and [Jungle Aviation and Radio Services] with
construction skills, money, promotion, and overnight stays for furloughed translators
on fund-raising tours. In return, testimonies from returned translators, films,
books, and slide shows parlayed surrogate travels around the world for suburban
believers. Special trips to jungle bases allowed the more affluent faithful actually
to partake in adventure for God. The sheer human energy amassed by Wycliffe Associates
was impressive, but the financial core was fueled by reliable wealthy SIL backers
like North Carolina's James A. Jones, one of the largest contractors for military
bases in Vietnam, and oilman Nelson Bunker Hunt of Texas. 'Bunker Hunt had helped
me considerably,' McAteer freely offered.
'500 Club' was designed to offer the richer members a way out of service through
cash; $500 or more each year was all it took to get a special certificate of membership.
Some gave much more. Texas's corporate leaders were prominent in helping Cam build
SIL's International Linguistics Center near Dallas; the Linguistics Center's board
meeting was one of those special occasions where a Rockefeller business partner
like Trammel Crow could rub shoulders with an ultrarightist like Nelson Bunker
Hunt. But they were the old core of supporters. The real power in Wycliffe Associates
was its thousands of newer members, spreading the influence of SIL across the
country, and the influence of Wycliffe Associates in Cam's organization."
Ed McAteer's applied his advertising and public relations skills to finance the
Summer Institute of Linguistics, these techniques would serve him well in organizing
a base of support for the election of Ronald Reagan:
"Promoting and leading
this base of support into politics was McAteer's forte. During the Carter administration,
his name began to appear among New Right circles in Washington, D.C., connected
with North Carolina's Senator Jesse Helms. It was McAteer who brought Jerry Falwell
into this crowd, helping Falwell build the Moral Majority. Then, in 1979, McAteer
organized the Religious Roundtable. Well funded, McAteer pulled together many
of the Fundamentalists leaders of the nation to back the candidacy of Ronald Reagan.
Council for National Policy
Bunker Hunt and Bill Bright were board members of the SIL associate, International
Linguistics Center in Dallas, in which board meetings "a Rockefeller business
partner like Trammel Crow could rub shoulders with an ultrarightist like Nelson
Bunker Hunt." Bunker Hunt was/is also a trustee of ILC, a board member and
leading financier of the John Birch Society, a major supporter of the Campus Crusade
for Christ and third president of the Council for National Policy.
board of directors and early membership
of Ed McAteer's Religious Roundtable reads like Who's Who in the future Council
for National Policy. 37. In 1981, the CNP was founded as a 501(c)(3) non-profit
educational organization by Tim LaHaye of the Religious Roundtable, who was also
the first CNP president, with funding from Nelson Bunker Hunt who served as third
CNP president from 1983-84. Bunker Hunt was also among several principals of the
Western Goals Foundation, the domestic surveillance arm of the John Birch Society,
who also served on the newly-formed CNP Board of Governors.
1972, the JBS promoted the book, None Dare Call It Treason by John Stormer,
which identified the Council on Foreign Relations as a pro-Communist Rockefeller-funded
Trojan Horse on American soil. The Council for National Policy was formed ostensibly
to be the conservative alternative to the Council on Foreign Relations and John
Stormer is currently a member.
its inception, CNP membership directories have been 'confidential,' CNP meetings
are closed to the public and media and the very existence of the Council for National
Policy is denied by high profile Evangelical leaders who publicly clamour for
conservative policies in government. Responding to an inquiry by researcher K.E.
Barr regarding the nature of the CNP and the reason that meetings are closed even
to Christian media, a vice president of Focus on the Family presented the confused
image of a Christian organization that is not involved in policy-making [only
education] and yet cannot risk media exposure:
Hetrick repeatedly described the organization as a 'meeting of like-minded people.'
He claimed that the CNP is a group of conservatives concerned about the direction
of the country, who felt the need for an organization to counter the liberal agenda.
He told me the network of leaders across the country meet two to three times a
year to discuss issues involving '1) free enterprise, 2.) defense, and 3.) traditional
response to being asked how the CNP implements their policies, he said the title
of the group may be misleading, and doesn't properly describe their activities.
He claimed that they don't actually develop policies. They are, according to Hetrick,
'strictly educational' in nature. Regarding the secrecy of their organization's
purpose and membership, he stated that the only reason Christian media is not
allowed in their meetings is that: 'you can never tell if they are really Christians
or not." 38.
CNP membership directories were obtained by enterprising researchers, however,
and these revealed that the early leadership of the CNP was, in fact, also represented
in the Council on Foreign Relations -- the very organization of globalists to
which the CNP was to be the conservative alternative! On the first CNP Governing
Board there were no less than three, and possibly more, members of the CFR: George F. Gilder - CNP Board
of Governors (1982) ; Dr. Edward Teller - CNP
Board of Governors (1982); and Guy Vander Jagt - CNP Board of Governors (1982). 39.
Waring Stoddard who also served on the 1982 CNP Board of Governors was
affiliated with the CFR through his Boston newspaper. 40. Although we lack confirmation
of this, Ron Miller, author of Distant Drums, stated that "sources in high
places" have identified Jesse Helms, who served on the original CNP Board
of Governors, as a CFR member in 1972. 41. Later CNP directories list CFR members
J. Peter Grace (CNP, 1984-85; 1988) and Arnaud deBorchgrave
1984-85 membership directories advertised the CNP Board of Governors quarterly
meetings at the following world class resort hotels: The Breakers [Palm Beach, FL], Marriott Rancho Las Palmas Resort
[Palm Springs, CA], Camelback Inn Marriott Resort
[Scotsdale, AZ], The Broadmoor Hotel & Resort
[Colorado Springs], The Homestead [Hot Springs, VA], Le
Bonaventure Hilton [Montreal], Colonial
Williamsburg [Williamsburg, VA], The Westin
CNP membership directories were obtained by researchers and copied for distribution
to Christians who support CNP organizations, venues of future meetings were not
included in their directories. However, researchers were made privy to a 1998
CNP meeting that was held at the luxury Ritz-Carleton Tysons Corner
hotel in McLean, Virginia. [See IFAS: News Reports for information
on this meeting.] 43.
of other prominent CNP officers and members reveal a shocking number of CFR connections,
such as the aforementioned William Rusher who was editor of CFR member William
F. Buckley's National Review. Even so, these revelations should not be surprising
since the CNP was an extension of the John Birch Society whose early leadership
consisted of members either directly or indirectly associated with the CFR. In
1976, The Belmont Brotherhood 44., an
expose published by former JBS officers, identified the following glaring conflicts
Grede - Founding JBS Council Member and Chairman of the Executive Committee
of the Council was also director of the CFR-created and controlled 7th Federal
Benton McMillan - First Life Member of the JBS was also a member of the St. Louis
Committee of the Council on Foreign Relations
Waring Stoddard - JBS Council Member and Chairman of the Board of the Worcester
Telegram and Gazette whose editors belonged to the local Committee of the Council
on Foreign Relations. Stoddard was also on the Board of Directors of the National
Center for Privatization.
Nelson Shepherd - JBS Council Member and a member of the Newcomen Society, whose
president Charles Penrose, Jr. was also a member of the Pilgrim
Society and the English-Speaking Union, whose elite membership -- Paul Warburg,
J. P. Morgan, John W. Davis, Bernard Baruch, Otto Kahn, Jacob Schiff, and John
D. Rockefeller, to name a few -- founded and financed the Council on Foreign Relations.
Braden - JBS Council Member and a resident member of the Council on Foreign Relations,
a director of the W. Averell Harriman Securities Corporation, and an advisor to
Paul Warburg, a principal architect of the Federal Reserve System.
Ruthenberg - JBS Council Member and Director of the Federal Reserve Bank of St.
Godden Parker - JBS Council Member and a member of the Newcomen Society, whose
president, Charles Penrose, Jr., belonged to the Pilgrim Society and the English-Speaking
J. Condon, III - JBS non-Council member who was on the Editorial Advisory Committee
of American Opinion magazine and also a member of the Newcomen Society.
Edison - JBS non-Council member who served on the Editorial Advisory Committee
of American Opinion and was a member of the Pilgrim-connected Newcomen Society.
the youth organization of the
John Birch Society, Young Americans for Freedom [YAF], was founded by William
F. Buckley, who is also a Skull & Bonesman and Knight of Malta. Various JBS
and CNP members have been involved with YAF, including Lynn Bouchey, Connaught
Marshner and William Rusher. 46. Howard Phillips, head of the U.S. Taxpayers Party
(U.S.T.P.) and The Conservative Caucus (TCC) appointed many YAF members while
acting director of the Office of Economic Opportunity under Richard Nixon. 47.
Richard Viguerie, who with Weyrich, Phillips, Blackwell, Falwell and McAteer founded
the Moral Majority, was the Executive Secretary of YAF from 1961-64. 48.
CFR and Religious Roundtable members, the upper echelon of the Council for National
Policy were basically refugees from the defunct Western Goals Foundation, the domestic surveillance
outfit of the John Birch Society which included high-ranking members of the fascist
World Anti-Communist League, Knights of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta,
the Unification Church of Sun Myung Moon and Freemasonry. 49. There is some overlapping
of Western Goals operatives who formed the early CNP Governing Board who were
also CFR and/or Religious Roundtable members:
Singlaub [CNP Board of Governors 1982-83]. Member of national policy board
of the American Freedom Coalition [AFC], a front for Sun Myung Moon's Unification
O. Graham [CNP Board of Governors 1982-83]. Member of national policy board
Faye Jefferson [CNP Board of Governors 1982-83]. Member of national policy board
Unkefer [CNP Board of Governors 1982-83]. Served as an adviser to Chile's
regime under Augusto Pinochet and reportedly worked closely with Chile's secret
police organization, DINA.
Sennholz [CNP Board of Governors 1982-83]. A decorated pilot in the Luftwaffe,
Adolf Hitler's elite air corps.
Stoddard [CNP Board of Governors 1982-83]. Listed in The Belmont Brotherhood,
as Chairman of the Board of the Worcester Telegram and Gazette, whose editors
belonged to the local Committee of the CFR. Board of Directors of Willard Garvey's
National Center for Privatization.
McDonald [CNP Board of Governors 1982-83]. President of the John Birch Society;
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Western Goals Foundation, and served on
the Congressional Board of Christian Voice, a front for the Unification Church.
Bunker Hunt [CNP President 1982-83, Executive Committee 1984-85, 1988]. Knight
of the Order of Malta.
Member of a racial eugenics organization, the International Association for the
Advancement of Eugenics and Ethnology, that was headquartered in Scotland. IAAEE
was established in the U.S. by Lord Malcolm Douglas, a member of the British Cliveden
Set which supported Hitler during World War II.
North [CNP Governing Board 1984-85] Formed the Military Assistance Group-Special
Operations Group (MAG-SOG), a political murder unit, and participated in Operation
Phoenix which killed about 100,000 civilians in Southeast Asia. North received
aid from the Unification Church and Knights of Malta for Contra operations in
Phillips [CNP Executive Committee 1984-85, 1988] Director of The Conservative
Caucus, served on advisory board of the United States Council for World Freedom
(USCWF) of the
World Anti-Communist League, a multinational network of Nazi war criminals,
Latin American death squad leaders and North American neo-fascists. Conservative
Caucus board member and funder, Richard Shoff, is a former Grand Kilgrapp
of the Indiana Ku Klux Klan.
F. Andy Messing, Jr. USAR (Ret.). Former chairman of The Conservative Caucus;
Board of USWCF; Director of the National Defense Council Foundation. Collaborated
with Linda Guell of CAUSA (a political arm of the Unification Church) and its
head, Bo Hi Pak. to provide funds for Oliver North's operation in Latin America.
Peter Grace [CNP Board of Governors 1986] Council
on Foreign Relations; Head of Order of Knights of Malta in the U.S.;
Chairman of W.R. Grace Co which focuses its business activities in Latin America
and assisted the Contra operation in Latin America.
E. Simon [CFR;
Knight of Malta]. Secretary
of the Treasury under Richard Nixon; Chairman of the Nicaraguan Freedom Fund (NFF),
a fundraising organization set up in l985 by the Washington Times, a newspaper
owned by the Unification Church. Trustee of the Heritage Foundation. According
to Sidney Blumenthal, Simon is or was a member of the CNP. [IRC: Americares]
Council U.S. Information Agency director and director of Radio Free Europe and
Radio Liberty, a Nazi front established by Hitler's espionage officer, Reinhard
Gehlen. Trustee of the Heritage Foundation.
Edward Teller [CNP Board of Governors 1982] Council
on Foreign Relations.
Hungarian-born American physicist who became the architect of the hydrogen bomb.
During World War II he was a member of the Manhattan Project for the development
of the atomic bomb. Teller was a member of the Citizens Legal Defense Fund for
the FBI, Ad Hoc, and advisor to the Western Goals Foundation.
is significant that Nelson Bunker Hunt, the founder and main funder of the Wycliffe
Bible Associates and Council for National Policy, like many founding CNP members,
is a Knight of the Order of Malta. According to Russ Bellant, "Although it
poses as a Catholic organization, the Order of St. John of Jerusalem is a Masonic
group that claims to be the real Knights of Malta. It's Grand Master for fifty
years until his death several years ago was Charles Pichel, and adviser . . .to
Hitler aide Ernst Hanfstaengl." 50.
a position in McAteer's Religious Roundtable, 33� Mason Jesse Helms was also a
key figure in founding the CNP. With his top aide, attorney Tom Ellis, Helms had
put together a national political machine that was unprecedented for the ultra-right.
Tom Ellis -- who directed the agency which funded racial science for the purpose
of eliminating inferior races -- was president of the CNP after Tim LaHaye.
"Tom Ellis was former
director of the Pioneer Fund, a foundation which finances efforts to prove that
African-Americans are genetically inferior to whites. Recipients of Pioneer grants
have included William Shockley, Arthur Jensen and Roger Pearson, who has written
that 'inferior races' should be 'exterminated.' All three and others were funded
during Ellis' directorship on the Pioneer board. Yet Ellis served on the CNP's
thirteen-member executive committee with Holly Coors, Paul Weyrich, and Heritage
Foundation president, Edwin Feulner until June 1989. Oliver North and Reed Larson
recently joined the executive committee." 51.
the help of the Viguerie Company, Helms and Ellis' organization, the Congressional
Club, funded candidates and solicited support on favorite issues through direct-mail
campaigns. Helms' popularity increased during the Reagan era, when ideological
conservatism experienced a resurgence at the same time traditional values of fundamental
Christians were under siege.
National Congressional Club is Jesse Helms' PAC based in Raleigh and directed
by Helms' senior advisor, attorney Tom Ellis. The Congressional Club began after
the 1972 Senate campaign, when Ellis retained Richard Viguerie to help pay off the Helms campaign debt. Ellis and
Viguerie built the Congressional Club mailing list to more than 300,000 regular
contributors -- a constituency for Helms and a major financial resource within
the conservative movement. . .Helms has used his political organization to build
connections with New Right and conservative political activists. Besides Viguerie,
Phillips, and Dolan connections, Helms is actively represented in Weyrich's coordinating
groups. Helms is the chief legislative strategist for the conservative social
agenda. . .Helms also occupies a central position in the religious right as a
member of the Religious Roundtable, a lay preacher, and a former radio and television
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- The Center for
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P.O. Box 298, Arcadia, OK 73007; DHarris173@aol.com.
Belmont Brotherhood: http://watch.pair.com/belmont.html
for International Conference On Family Choice/Educational Vouchers, National Center
for Privatization, 1983.
Jacobs, Waste of the West: Public Lands Ranching, Introduction: http://www.apnm.org/waste_of_west/introduction.html
Chapter 1: http://www.apnm.org/waste_of_west/Chapter1.html
Chapter 7: http://www.apnm.org/waste_of_west/Chapter7.html
. *AUM = Animal Unit Months - defined by the federal government as the amount
of forage and/or browse required to feed a cow and her calf, a horse, or 5 sheep
or goats for a month.
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Foundation Privatization How-To Guides: http://www.reason.org/htg.html
Kemp, "Building a Shareholder Democracy in America: Personalizing Social
Mont Pelerin Society: http://www.montpelerin.org
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; see also: http://www.4rie.com/rie%207.html
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1988, pp. 63-4.
Kangas, "The Origins of the Overclass," http://www.aliveness.com/kangaroo/L-overclass.html
Interhemispheric Resource Center, Gospel Outreach/Verbo Ministries: http://www.pir.org/gw/gospout.txt
Action Information Bulletin, Winter 1983, p. 17. http://www.covertaction.org/
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of Pius XII, Hamilton Press, 1993, Foreward by Morton Blackwell.
Correa de Oliveira, op.cit.,1993, cover.
Martinez, The Secret Story of a Cult Apologist: Introvigne, T.F.P. and the US
"New Right": http://www.ummah.net/kelebek/cesnur/storia/gb21.htm
Green, The Silent Revolution, p. 216, Noam Chomsky, Deterring Democracy, p. 231,
as cited in "Doesn't Chile prove that the free market benefits everyone?"
Burghardt, "A Small Circle of Friends: Larry Pratt, the Council for Inter-American
Security and International Fascist Networks," http://www.webcom.com/~pinknoiz/right/lpratt.html
Mafia Sects (The Sect Mafia): The Sects, Powerful Tool of the Secret Services,
Burn Fouchereau, translated by Suzanne Rini.
of the Right: What I ate at the revolution," David Grann, The New Republic,
Oct. 27, 1997: http://magazines.enews.com/magazines/tnr/archive/10/102797/grann102797.html
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& Winston, 1982, p. 59.
Deane Young, op.cit., p. 89.
Rev. Moon Got Ensconced with the New Right: His Aid is Varied and Plentiful,"
Seattle Times, Dec. 31, 1987.
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Resource Center: Religious Roundtable: http://www.pir.org/gw/rrt.txt
Resource Center: Summer Institute of Linguistics: http://www.pir.org/gw/sil.txt
Colby and Charlotte Dennett, Gerard Colby and Charlotte Dennett, Thy Will Be Done:
The Conquest of the Amazon: Nelson Rockefeller and Evangelism in the Age of Oil,
HarperCollins Publishers, 1995, pp. 803, 805.
and Dennett, cover.
and Dennett, pp. 804-5.
and Dennett, p. 805.
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Barr, Unholy Alliances 2000, p. 25.
for National Policy Index: http://watch.pair.com/cnpdbase.html
Belmont Brotherhood: http://watch.pair.com/belmont.html
Miller, Distant Drums, "Thinking Globally and Acting Locally: The Politics
of Transformation," Vol. 5. No. 2., May, 1983.
for National Policy Annual Directory, 1984-1985, Edited by Jefferson M. Angers,
Schedule of Events.
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Belmont Brotherhood: http://watch.pair.com/belmont.html
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S. Saloma III, Ominous Politics: The New Labyrinth, NY: Hill & Wang, 1984,
Deane Young, op.cit., pp. 110, 67.
Deane Young, op.cit.pp. 84-5.
John Birch Society & Council for National Policy: http://watch.pair.com/jbs-cnp.html
Bellant, The Coors Connection, South End Press, 1988, p. 45.
Bellant, op.cit., pp.37-38.
S. Saloma, op.cit., pp. 90-92.
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