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So, what exactly is the Club of Rome and who are its members? Founded in 1968 at David Rockefeller’s estate in Bellagio, Italy, 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. Many people have heard of the Tri-Lateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations. What do they have in common with the CoR? They were all founded by Rockefeller. The head hancho’s at each organization sit on the Board of the CoR. The T-LC and the CFR are really just the Public Relations unit of the CoR, for the CoR is where the buck stops.
Unraveling the Club of Rome I have been tirelessly talking about Agenda 21, so I hope that people are aware of this little nugget of legislation by now. It was the outcome of the Club of Rome, a think-tank that provides ‘suggestions’ to the United Nations. We are currently seeing all these ‘suggestions’ coming to fruition as current legislation bombards us daily as America is being radically transformed. This transformation is no accident, and it is not aimless nor mindless. It has been carefully construed and orchestrated. It is the work of the Club of Rome. Their mission can be most readily surmised just by looking at the graphic they designed for their ‘mission statement’ home page….
…and for those with more time on your hands than you care to have, you can expand the synposis and follow the links provided and delve right into their rhetoric:
Unraveling the Club of Rome 1.Environment and Resources: This cluster relates climate change, peak oil, ecosystems and water. Radical and rapid social and economic transformations will be needed to avert runaway climate change and ecological breakdown; 2. Globalisation: This cluster relates interdependence, distribution of wealth and income, demographic change, employment, trade and ﬁnance. Rising inequalities and imbalances associated with the present path of globalisation risk the breakdown of the world economic and ﬁnancial systems; 3. World Development: This cluster relates sustainable development, demographic growth, poverty, environmental stress, food production, health and employment. The scandal of abiding poverty, deprivation, inequity and exclusion in a wealthy world must be corrected; 4. Social Transformation: This cluster relates social change, gender equity, values and ethics, religion and spirituality, culture, identity and behaviour. The values and behaviour on which the present path of world development is based must change if peace and progress are to be preserved within the tightening human and environmental limits; 5. Peace and Security: This cluster relates justice, democracy, governance, solidarity, security and peace. The present path of world development risks alienation, polarization, violence and conﬂict; the preservation of peace is vital in itself but is also a precondition for progress and for the resolution of the issues which threaten the future.
Unraveling the Club of Rome 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). 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.
Ann Bressington Exposes Agenda 21, Club of Rome. Club of Rome video. The Money Ma a by Paul T. Hellyer. UKIP - Caroline Stephens( video).
Unraveling the Club of Rome 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, coauthor (with Gorbachev) of the Earth Charter, co-author of the Kyoto Protocol, founder of the Earth Council, devout Baha’i. Mikhail Gorbachev – CoR 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.
Unraveling the Club of Rome 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 aformer 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‘. 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
Unraveling the Club of Rome Robert Muller – former Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations, founder and Chancellor of the UN University of Peace. The Dalai Lama – The ‘Spiritual Leader’ of Tibet. Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. Father Berry Thomas – Catholic Priest who is one of the leading proponents of deep ecology, ecospirituality and global consciousness. David Rockefeller – CoR 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. 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 Clinton – former President of the United States, founder of the Clinton Global Iniative. Jimmy Carter – former President of the United States, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.
Unraveling the Club of Rome Bill Gates– founder of Microsoft, philanthropist Jimmy Carter – former President of the United States, Nobel Peace Prize 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 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 Cabinet Member of India, Chairman of the Temple of Understanding, Ambassador to U.S.
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
Unraveling the Club of Rome 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
Unraveling the Club of Rome
Thomas Homer-Dixon – Director of Peace and Conﬂict Studies, University of
Toronto Hazel Henderson – Futurist and ‘evoluntionary economist’ Emeka Anyaoku Wangari Maathai – Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, founder of the Green Belt
and many more….
Unraveling the Club of Rome WHO and WHAT is behind it all ? : >
The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.
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