Outline of the New World Order

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Here are topics and subtopics regarding the ruling elite and the new world order.
I hope this will be helpful for your understanding and will clarify things.

1. Bloodlines of Power
2. Think Tanks, Foundations, Academia and Elite Societies
3. Government & Politics and Geopolitics
4. Culture
5. Education System
6. Economic Control
7. Global Warming/Climate Change
8. Progressing Future Plans
9. Warfare on the Public
10. History of the New World Order
11. Mass Media
12. Secret Societies
13. New Age Movement
14. Miscellaneous

1. Bloodlines of Power

A. Elite Families

Main families – Rothschild, Rockefeller, Astor, Duponts, Li.

Royal Families around the globe – Britain, Denmark, Spain, Netherlands etc

Interconnected families – Bundy, Karupp, Mcdonalds, Sasson, Vanderbilts, Reynolds, Collins, Taft, Whitney, Carnegie, Duke, Dorrance, Stillman, Baker, Pyne, Onassis, Walton, Kleinwort, Warburg, Philippe, Koch, Grace, Guggenheim, Milner, Van Duyn, Drexel, Winthrop, Sally, Gray, Freemen, Schiff, Goulds, Hills, Ryan, Mccormick, Bunt, Saltonstall.

B. Elite Beliefs and Mindset

Psychopathology
Occultism & Luciferianism
Darwinism
Eugenics
Right to Rule
Malthusianism

2. Think Tanks, Foundations, Academia and Elite Societies

The Cox Committee and the Reece Committee to investigate tax-exempt organizations (1952-54)

Dodd Report to the Reece Committee on Foundations
Book – Foundations : Their Power and Influence Book by René Albert Wormser

Think Tanks

Council on Foreign Relations
Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House)
International Crisis Group
Brookings Institution
Club of Rome
Aspen Institute
Rand Corporation
Center for Strategic and International Studies
American Enterprise Institute
The Heritage Foundation
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Hudson Institute
Cato Institute
Others

Foundations

Rockefeller Foundation
Ford Foundation
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Smith Richardson Foundation
Carnegie Corporation of New York (Carnegie Foundation)
Open Society Foundations
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Turner Foundation
Others

Key Academic Institutes 

Ivy league Universities
(Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University and Yale University)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Stanford University
Georgetown University
Berkeley University
Oxford University
Jason Group

Elite Societies and Groups

Pilgrim Society (British-American society composed of elite members)
Bilderberg Group (The secretive annual Bilderberg Meetings)
Trilateral Commission (Elite discussion group, think tank)
Council for National Policy ( Organization and networking group of elitist conservatives)
Others

3. Government & Politics and Geopolitics

A. Government and Politics

Intelligence Agencies –
(CIA, NSA, Mossad, DOD, DIA, MI6 etc)
Functions and history of CIA
[ Secret Programs (MKUltra, Bluebird, Artichoke etc)
Mind Control Research
Media Infiltration (Operation Mockingbird)
Role in Culture Creation
Coups and Assassinations]

Fake Democracy
(Left-Right fight illusion)
Major changes planned way ahead
Smaller issues debated
Welfare State
Post Democracy
Third Way
Collectivism
Controlled Opposition to fight changes
Think Tanks, Foundations and NGOs as true parallel government

B. Social Control

Social Engineering

Techniques of Control
[ Divide and Rule
Problem Reaction Solution (PRS)
Gradualism / Fabian Technique
Wealth Drainage
Making laws long and complex
Use of Agent Provocateurs
Delphi Technique
Language Destruction
Use of Slogan , Labels , Symbols
Historical Revisionism
Perpetual Wars
Scapegoats]

Police State –
[ 1. Civil Liberties Lost and Martial laws
(Homeland Security Act, PATRIOT Act , NDDA, PROTECT IP Act, CISA etc)
2. Massive Surveillance
(NSA Spy programs – PRISM, DISHFIRE, MYSTIC etc
Methods used to track – Internet, GPS, Street Cameras, RFID, Drones, Satellites, Phones etc
Data mining and profiling)
3. Biometric ID cards
4. Militarization of the Police
5. Military Exercises (Jade Helm etc)
6. FEMA Camps ]

C. Geopolitics

Zionism
US Wars (to standardize other countries since WW II)
Terrorism/War on Terror
Transnational Blocs – EU, North American Union etc
Globalization, Internationalization and Interdependence
China as the Next Super Power
Neocolonialism

D. Intergovernmental Organizations

United Nations
G-groups
BRICS
Others

4. Culture

* Frankfurt School and Tavistock Institute role in culture creation

* Cultural Alterations
Ending genders
(Transgenderism, blurring the distinction between man and woman)
Breaking families or elimination of the family unit
(High divorce rates, working women out of their natural role, single parents, state interference in family affairs)
Separating generations
Drug culture
Culture of violence
Breaking bonding between society
Culture of sex
Consumerism
Apathetic and hedonistic society

* Culture Industry (Use of music, movies, fashion, video games, novels, magazines to create culture)

* Predictive programming (Using movies, novels etc to condition the public for future changes)

5. Education System

Education as propaganda
Conditioning the young
Techniques used in schools (like Pavilion mechanism)
UNESCO
Common Core

6. Economic Control

A. Elite Ownership

Multinational Corporations
International Banks
Investment Firms

B. Federal Reserve and Central Banking

C. International Financial Institutes

International Monetary Fund (IMF)
World Bank
World Trade Organization (WTO)
Bank for International Settlement (BIS)

D. Economic agreements, policies, issues etc

Artificially created Crisis (Recessions and Depressions)
Free Trade Agreements
MNCs Stealing resources
Neoliberalism
National Debt
Privatization
Income Inequality
Austerity
Neocolonialism
Slave Labor Issues
Corporate Espionage
Others

7. Global Warming / Climate Change

A. History of the fake Environmental Crisis

Global Cooling
Ozone layer Depletion
Global Warming
Climate Change

B. Club of Rome and other key Think Tanks and Organizations

Club of Rome
[Club of Rome books – “The Limits to Growth” (1972)
“Mankind at the Turning Point” (1974)
“Goals for Mankind” (1976)
“The First Global Revolution” (1991)]
Aspen Institute
Green Cross International
International Institute for Sustainable Development
World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI)

C. Fake sciences to sell the myth of climate change

Fake graphs and projections (IPCC stuff)
Green house gasses and excessive heating of Earth
Ice caps and Glacier melting
Deforestation
Natural Resource depletion
Extinction of Species

D. Global Warming hype and worldwide propaganda

Excessive media coverage
Campaigns like Earth Hour
Indoctrination of children at schools
Speeches and Seminars
Pantheistic Gaia religion to make it more acceptable
Use of slogans like save earth, resource depletion, sustainable development, greenery
Globalists, politicians and celebrities promoting it
[Gorbachev, Maurice Strong, Suzuki, Ted Turner etc]

E. Real objectives behind the global warming/climate change scam

Global Governance
Carbon Economics
(Carbon trading
Carbon tax
Carbon credits)
Drastically reduce the use of natural resources by ordinary people
(Rationing
Cuts in the water and electricity supply
Post consumer society)
Depopulation
Strictly regulating and controlling all areas of life
(Ending right to private property
Ending private transportation
Moving people into cities
Banning eating of meat
Ban on tourism and free traveling)

F. Summits and Treaties

United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (1972)
Rio Earth Summit (1992)
Earth Charter
Agenda 21
The Rio Declaration on Environment and Development
The Statement of Forest Principles
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
The United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity
Kyoto Protocol
Others

8. Progressing Future Plans

A. Smart Cities (official name of Orwellian cities)

Urbanization (moving people into cities from rural areas)
Technology used in Smart Cities (Sensors, GPS, Smart Grids etc)
Worldwide plan to build Smart Cities

B. Digitalization

The Information Age and The Digital Society
Digitalization of business activities
Internet and Cloud Computing
Cashless Society

C. Transhumanism

Singularity
Mind Uploading
Virtual Reality
Hive Mind
Robotics
Merging of Humans and Machines
Nanobots
Cryonics
Cognitive enhancement
Others

D. Total Control over life

Brain chips
Licence to give birth
Designed for our work
Genetically Engineered humans
Hybrids and Chimeras

9. Warfare on the Public

1. Fluoride in water
2. Genetically Modified Foods (GMO)
3. Chemtrails and HAARP (Spraying, Geoengineering)
4. Vaccination
5. Radiation effects and Psychotronic Weapons
6. Chemicals in food and drinks ( Aspartame, Glutamate, Glyphosate etc)
7. Biowarfare (Swine flu, SARS, Ebola, AIDS etc)
8. Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals

10. History of the New World Order

Brief Timeline from 1694-Present

1694 – Bank of England is formed
1717 – Freemasonic lodges formed in England
1760-1820 – Industrialization of Europe
1776 – American Revolution
1789 – French Revolution
1800s – Rothschild installs his five sons in five major cities of Europe
1839-59 – Opium Wars
1800s – Rise in wealth and power of elite families after opium trade and other trades across the globe.
1815 – Rothschilds take over the bank of England and English economy after battle of Waterloo
1840-1890 – Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels lays the foundation of modern communism.
1870 – Rockefeller founds the Standard Oil Company
1870s – John Ruskin lectures inspires Rhodes
1884 – Fabian Society is formed
1875 – Theosophists and Blavatsky lays the foundation of the New Age Movement
1888 – Cecil Rhodes gives his will to Rothschild
1900s – The Eugenics Movement in America
1900s – Rise of elite families Astor, Rockefeller, Duponts etc
1913 – Creation of the Federal Reserve
1917 – Balfour Declaration
1914-18 – World War I
1917 – The February Revolution and bolshevik revolution in Russia
1917-22 – Russian Civil War
1919-1939 – The interwar period characterized with rise of Facism, Nazism, Communism, period of recession and depression, freedom movements in colonies increase.
1918-23 – WWI ends, the end of Ottoman Empire and conditionalities on Germany imposed.
1919 – Formation of Royal Institute of International Affairs
1920s – Dewey and Russell and other intellectuals travel to China to teach them communism.
1920 – League of Nations formed
1921 – CFR is founded
1929-39 – Great Depression
1930 – Bank for International Settlement is founded
1939-45 – World War II
1944-45 – Bretton Woods Conference and IMF and World Bank are constructed
1945 – Decolonization begins
1945-1991 – Cold War between US and USSR
1945 – UN is created
1947 – GATT signed by 23 countries
1948 – Creation of Israel
1949 – Mao creates the Communist rule in China
1950 – CIA mind control research begins, giving birth to projects like Artichoke, Bluebird and MK Ultra.
1954 – Bilderberg is founded
1954 – Reece Commission investigates Foundations and Think Tanks
1960s – Cultural movements alter the structure of western society
1960s – Hollywood begins to push themes that will help bring in the NWO
1960s – New Age Spirituality Influence grows
1963 – Assassination of John F. Kennedy
1970s – The beginning of the false environmentalism crisis
1973 – Trilateral Commision is formed
1980-91 – Invention and implementation of World Wide Web
1989-91 – Fall of Communism and the end of Cold War
1991 – Rio Summit and Agenda 21
1995 – World Trade Organization replaces GATT
2001 – False flag terror attacks in NYC
2001 – Excuse of terror used to form a police state
2001-03 – Invasion of Afghanistan and then in 2003 of Iraq.
2008 – Global Financial Crisis
2009 – Rise of China
2016 – Move towards transhumanism, smart cities, carbon tax, more interdependence, global governance etc.

11. Mass Media

Media Monopoly
Techniques used by the mass media
[Propaganda, PR, Censorship, Sports distraction, keeping public in left-right illusion]
Public Relations Industry
History of Media lies
Media theorists (Bernays, Lipmann etc)
Influence of the Mainstream Media

12. Secret Societies and Occultism

Secret Societies

Rosicrucian
Freemasonry
Jesuits
Order of the Illuminati (1776)
Ordo Templi Orientis
Skull and Bones
Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
Bohemian Grove
Others

Occultism

Gnosticism
Hermeticism
Qabalah
Neoplatonism
Alchemy
Others

13. New Age Movement

History of the New Age
(New Thought
Theosophy
Madame Blavatsky, Alice Bailey, Annie Besant
Parliament of World Religions
Its Spread after the 1960s)

New Age Beliefs
(Oneness
Impersonal god
Moral Relativism
Positive Thinking
Karma
Syncretism
Others)

New Age Network
(Individuals, groups, trusts, centers, magazine, clubs etc promoting the new age)

End of organized religion

14. Miscellaneous

Elite writers and scientists (HG Wells, Huxley family, Darwin family etc)
Drug trade and the CIA
Truth movement and disinformation
Advanced sciences and advanced weaponry
Underground Cities and Bases
Depopulation Agenda
Others

Tax-Exempt Foundations and the Reece Committee

 

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David Rockefeller, Jr. at a Rockefeller Foundation event.

Tax-Exempt Foundations are one of the powerful tools used by the ruling elite. Elite grant making foundations like Rockefeller Foundation, Ford Foundation, Carnegie Foundation etc have been prominent in shaping our society. Although their influence has been largely ignored by the media and academia. The 1953 Reece Committee unraveled a lot of truth about these grant making foundations. Since then both the number of these foundations and the scope of their activities has drastically increased, new foundations such as Bill & Melinda gates foundation and Soros Open Society Foundations have joined the old elite foundations like Ford and Carnegie.

The Special Committee to investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations and Comparable Organizations was appointed by House Resolution 217, 83rd Congress, 1st Session (adopted July 27, 1953), to study and determine whether tax-exempt educational and philanthropic foundations and comparable organizations were using their resources for the purposes for which they were established and not for any “un-American and subversive activities; political purposes; propaganda or attempts to influence legislation” The investigation was to be completed and a report filed by January, 1955, with an initial appropriation of $50,000 and the expectation of more the following year. Said report, was filed with the House of Representatives, 83rd Congress, 2nd Session, as Union Calendar #926, Report #2681 and is commonly known as the “Reece Report,” after B. Carroll Reece of Tennessee, who served as Chairman to the Special Committee. Because of the politically sensitive nature of the findings of the committee, subsequent funding was not forthcoming for the second year of the investigations and the report was filed December 16, 1954. (Source- Pavlov’s Children by Ann Wilson).

The investigation was attacked by both the liberal and conservative press and was deemed as unnecessary by them. The findings of the Reece Committee were very revealing. It was found out that the big foundations were promoting internationalism and collectivism. By their subversive funding activities they posed a clear threat to american democracy and way of life of american people. The foundations were monumental in shaping the education and foreign policy of the United States and not only this but he foundations had their presence in all areas of society and in some areas had become more powerful than the federal government. Social Sciences were the main focus of these foundations. Despite these astounding discoveries no action was taken against the foundations and they continued to pursue their activities as usual. It was also discovered by the Reece committee that only do these big foundations like Ford, Rockefeller and Carnegie are interconnected and work together but also had lots of intermediaries like Social Science Research Council and smaller satellite foundations that were funded and used by them.

Norman Dodd was the director of research of the Reece Committee- Here is what he has to say about the tax-exempt foundations.

 

Rene Wormser who was the counsel to the Reece Committee later wrote an excellent book exposing these powerful foundations called Foundations their Power and Influence. Although it was written in 1958 but it is still pretty relevant today and a key source to understand the foundation world. You can download the full book here

Here are some excerpts from the book-

Whether foundation managers like to admit their influence or not, foundation giving most obviously has an enormous impact on education, on social thinking, and ultimately on political action.
This influence reaches the public through the schools and academies, through publicity, and through educational and other associations dedicated to public and international affairs.
The normal checks and balances in our public life can be annihilated through one-sided foundation support of the forces calling for change.

The foundation’s direct power is the power of money. The situation permits large foundations to exercise a profound influence upon public opinion and upon the course of public affairs. Great dispensing intermediary organizations control learned journals and university presses; they hold the key to academic publications and form an effective instrument of patronage.

Foundations were originally created to support existing institutions and to undertake certain “operating” functions. Today, and all too frequently, new recipient organizations are created by foundations, or with their subsidy, while needy and worthy existing institutions are ignored. The Ford Foundation in its early years created many sub funds for research and education which duplicated existing, similar organizations. In the twenties, several influential scientific and educational councils were set up jointly by cooperating foundation.

Favoritism for institutions and for scholars of a few such institutions tends to cause a migration of talent from the neglected to the pampered universities and gives a few schools of higher learning an elite character, at the same time reducing both the comparative prestige and the potential of the others.

A system of interlocks among major foundations and associated organizations has long existed in social-science research and education, It came about largely through the use of intermediary organizations to which foundations could donate wholesale funds for retailing grants. The system was so convenient and intriguing that clearing houses were brought into existence further to amplify this system of delegation.

The report of the Reece Committee described the “network or cartel” in the social sciences* as having five components. The first is a group of foundations, composed of the various Rockefeller and Carnegie foundadons, The Ford Foundation (referred to as “a late comer but already partially integrated”), The Commonwealth Fund, The Maurice and Laura Falk Foundation, The Russell Sage Foundation, and others.

The second, component consists of the “intermediaries” or ‘clearing houses,” such as:
The American Council of Learned Societies
The American Council on Education
The National Academy of Sciences
The National Education Association
The National Research Council
The National Science Foundation
The Social Science Research Council
The Progressive Education Association
The John Dewey Society
The Institute of Pacific Relations
The League for Industrial Democracy
The American Labor Education Service

The learned societies in the several “social sciences” were listed as the third component.
The fourth consists of the learned journals in these areas.
The fifth was “certain individuals in strategic positions, such as certain professors in the institutions which receive the preference of the combine,”

In testifying before the Reece Committee, Professor Rowe repeated his deep concern over the tendency of the great foundations to create guided research projects instead of supporting the individual researcher in whatever direction he wished to go. As Professor Rowe put it: “What is a professor to think when people with money come along and tell his university that what he is doing there is useless and ought to be liquidated, because it is being done much better some place else?”

There is much evidence that, to a substantial degree, foundations have become the directors of education in the United States. To what extent this has been brought about by conditions attached to financial support since the early activities of the Carnegie and Rockefeller foundations, it is difficult to assess. We do know that their first efforts to reform the colleges were only a beginning.

Research and experimental stations were established at selected Universities, notably Columbia, Stanford, and Chicago. Here some of the worst mischief in recent education was born. In these Rockefeller and Carnegie established vineyards worked many of the principal characters in the story of the suborning of American education, Here foundations nurtured some of the most ardent academic advocates of upsetting the American system and supplanting it with a Socialist state.

Mr. Sargent gave convincing evidence that efforts to use the schools to bring us to a new order, collectivist in nature, followed a plan and that this plan was supported by foundation money. He cited the Conclusions and Recommendations of the Commission on Social Studies of The American Historical Association. The American Historical Association is the professional association of historians and as such one of the organizations Participating in The Social Science Research Council. The work of its Commission was financed by The Carnegie Corporation to the extent of $34o,ooo. The Conclusions was the last section of the Commission’s final report, produced in 1934. It had an enormous and lasting impact upon education in our country.
The Conclusions heralds the decline of capitalism in the United States, It does not oppose the movement for radical change’ It accepts it as inevitable:
Cumulative evidence supports the conclusion, that in the United States as in other countries, the age of individualism and laissez faire in economy and government is closing and that a new age of collectivism is emerging.

New textbooks were required to take the place of the standard and objective works used in the schools. These new books could be used to indoctrinate the students, to give them the pathological view of their country upon which sentiment for collectivism could be built.

The Reece Committee concluded that because of the essential identity of evolutionary and revolutionary socialism and communism, much of the radicalism which has been supported and financed by foundations was “subversive,” It expressed itself as follows:
Foundation spokesmen have emphatically denied any support of subversion. We question, however, whether in such denials they did not misinterpret the meaning of the term’ ‘subversion.” Their denials were justified in so far as they are related to the direct support of Communism, but these spokesmen were well aware of the nature of some of the evidence produced before this Committee which showed that foundations had frequently supported those who wish to undermine our society. Their denials of subversion in relation to such activities are without merit.
What does the term “subversion” mean? In contemporary usage and practice, it does not refer to outright revolution, but to a promotion of tendencies which lead, in their inevitable consequences, to the destruction of principles through penetration or alienation, Subversion, in modern society, is not a sudden, cataclysmic explosion, but a gradual undermining, of persistent chipping away at foundations upon which beliefs rest.

Foundation Activity has nowhere had a greater impact than in the field of foreign affairs. It has conquered public opinion and has largely established the international-political goals of our country. A few major foundations with internationalist tendencies created or fostered a varied group of organizations which now dominate the research, the education, and the supply of experts in the field. Among such instruments are the Council on Foreign Relations, the Foreign Policy Association, the Institute of Pacific Relations, the United Nations Association, and the conferences and seminars held by American universities on international relations and allied subjects.

The influence of the foundation complex in internationalism has reached far into government, into the policy-making circles of Congress and into the State Department.

At least one foreign foundation has had a strong influence on our foreign policy. The Rhodes Scholarship Fund of Great Britain, created to improve England’s international public relations but not registered here as a foreign agent, has gained great influence in the United States for British ideas. It has accomplished this by annually selecting a choice group of promising young men for study in England. The usually Anglophile alumni of this system are to be found in eminent positions in legislation, administration and education and in the ranks of American foundation officials. Dean Rusk, president of The Rockefeller Foundation, and several of the staff members of that foundation are Rhodes scholars. Mr. Henry Allen Moe, the director of the Guggenheim foundation, and O. C. Carmichael, former president of the Carnegie foundation, are Rhodes Scholars.

Just as there have been interlocks and a “concentration of power” in education and in social-science research in domestic areas, there has been a similar combination in the field of foreign policy.

The major components of the concentration in internationalism have been The Carnegie Corporation, The Carnegie Endowment For International Peace, The Rockefeller Foundation, and, recently, The Ford Foundation.