What Every American Should Know About the CFR

Written by  Monday, 30 October 2017 21:46

The CFR isn’t taught in schools; it’s not brought up in the average discussion; and most Americans don’t even know what it stands for. 

It’s about time that changes! 
CFR stands for Council on Foreign Relations. Today it is passed off as a major foreign policy think-tank. But this “innocent” group has had a much bigger influence on our country than many realize. Admiral Chester Ward, a former Judge Advocate of the U.S. Navy shared its main goal when he resigned in disgust. He stated: “The main purpose of the Council on Foreign Relations is promoting the disarmament of U.S. sovereignty and national independence, and submergence into an all-powerful one-world government.” 
CFR’s Background
International bankers such as Morgan, Rockefeller, and Rothschild instituted the Federal Reserve System at a nine-day meeting on Jekyll Island giving them control of interest rates, the stock market, and the capacity to create money out of thin air. America has felt its ramifications through inflation, the continuous decline of the dollar, and skyrocketing national debt ever since. 
This greedy power grab by international bankers was labelled the “Money Trust” by Congressman Charles Lindbergh and was backed by Woodrow Wilson during the presidential elections. Behind the scenes in the White House, the Money Trust had an “in” through Edward Mandell House, Wilson’s friend and confident. 
President Wilson continued to stay close with the group after World War I were they all attended the Paris Peace Conference of 1919. They aimed to have the United States join the League of Nations but were rejected because the U.S. Senate refused to ratify the treaty. Conspiring around, the circle of bankers then tried another way to establish globalist control: the CFR was developed two years later in New York City (1921). 
Power Grabs 
Since then the group has secretly planned the stages and steps to create a world government power house. Post World War II, the United Nations was actually introduced and proposed by a group of CFR members getting approval from President Roosevelt. The CFR also had a hand in crafting the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. 
CFR members have surrounded president after president in the White House no matter if they were a republican or a democrat. This inner circle of influence has often been called the “establishment.” Other hundreds of top-appointed government officials have been members as well. CFR continues to lead the decline of American independence. Who are these people? You can find the most updated 2017 CFR membership roster in The John Birch Society’s newest Kindle book, “The Shadows of Power: The Council on Foreign Relations And The American Decline.” We recommend this book for anyone who wants to understand how America has been led so far astray from its original roots and how the CFR has impacted American politics and foreign policy. 
Reading “The Shadows of Power” is a great first step in learning more. Then educate others! It’s time Americans knew what the CFR is and stopped its agenda in its tracks. 
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Remarks and Questions & Answer by the First Lady at the Council on Foreign Relations by The White House, public domain

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