"The Anglo American Establishment
has nothing at all to do with the American establishment, which is
hardly mentioned, but it has a lot to do with the British
establishment.... Quigley describes in minute detail the historical
operations of the British establishment controlled by a secret society
and operating very much as The Order [of Skull & Bones] operates in the U.S...."
"The British secret society, known as
“The Group” or just plain “US”, was founded at Oxford University, much
as The Order was founded at Yale, but without the Masonic mumbo jumbo.
As we noted in Memorandum Five, the Group operates in a series of
concentric circles and like The Order consists of old line families
allied with private merchant bankers, known in the U. S. as investment
Modus Operandi Of
"The activities of
The Order are directed
towards changing our society, changing the world, to bring about a New
World Order. This will be a planned order with heavily restricted
individual freedom, without Constitutional protection, without national
boundaries or cultural distinction....
"Historically, operations of
The Order have concentrated on society, how
to change society in a specific manner towards a specific goal: a
World Order. We know the elements in society that will have to be
changed in order to bring about this New World order.... More or less
these elements would have to be--
Education — how the population of
the future will behave,
Law — the authority to enforce the will of the state, a world law
and a world court is needed for a world state,
Politics — the direction of the State,
— the creation of wealth,
History — what people
believe happened in the past,
Psychology — the means of
controlling how people think,
Philanthropy — so that people
think well of the controllers,
Medicine — the power over health, life and death,
Religion — people’s
spiritual beliefs, the spur to action for
Media — what people know and learn about current events,
Continuity — the
power to appoint who follows in your footsteps.
"...in the next volume, The Order
Controls Education, we will describe how Daniel Coit Gilman. President
of Johns Hopkins University, imported
Wundt psychological methods from Germany, then welded education and
psychology in the U.S., established laboratories, brought these
educational laboratories into major Universities and generated
hundreds of PhDs to teach the new educational conditioning system. One
of the first of these Johns Hopkins doctorates was
John Dewey. The result
we well know. The educational morass of the ‘80s where most kids — not
all — can’t spell, read or write, yet can be programmed into mass
"The Order’s next move was to control the
Foundations. They got all the big ones —
Carnegie, Ford, Peabody, Slater, Russell Sage and so on. ... The
initial objective was to establish a direction in an organization.
Selection of managers, intuitive or amoral enough to catch on to the
direction, kept the momentum going. In the case of Foundations, The
Order has usually maintained a continuing presence over decades..."[p.32]
Activities by individual members...
• In the l920s, W. Averell Harriman
[S&B] was a prime supporter of the Soviets with finance and
diplomatic assistance, at a time when such aid was against State
Department regulations. Harriman participated in RUSKOMBANK, the
first Soviet commercial ink, bank.... The Order had a key post in a
Soviet bank! But we also find that Averell Harriman, his brother
Roland Harriman, and... Knight Woolley [S&B], through the Union Bank
(in which they held a major interest) were prime financial backers
"Now our textbooks tell us that Nazis and
Soviets were bitter enemies and their systems are opposites. How could a
rational man support Soviets and Nazis at the same time?....
• The Bundy family... gives us
another example of seeming inconsistency. William Bundy was with the
Central Intelligence Agency for a decade. McGeorge Bundy was
National Security Assistant to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. So
the Bundys presumably support U.S-European policy which is pro-NATO.
Yet the Bundys have been linked to activities and organizations
which are anti-NATO arid, indeed, pro-Marxist — for example,
the Institute for Policy Studies. Are the Bundys inconsistent?
• Among individual members of The
Order we find a wide variety of publicly proclaimed beliefs,
ideologies and politics. William Buckley periodically chews out the
Soviets.... Member William S. Coffin, Jr. spent three years with CIA
and then became a leader of anti-Vietnam war activity through the
National Conference for a New Politics and Clergy and Laymen
Concerned about Vietnam. In fact, Coffin was one of the Boston Five
charged and indicted for conspiracy to violate Federal laws.
"Quite a mixture of beliefs and
activities. Do they reflect inconsistent philosophies? How can The Order
have a consistent objective with this potpourri of individual actions?
"The answer is, they are not at all inconsistent: because
objective of The Order is above and beyond these actions and in fact
needs these seeming contradictions."[p.33]
the dialectic group must have diversity. The pre-planned "common ground"
arises out of the growing consensus -- a synthesis of opposite beliefs
The State is Absolute
"How can there exist a common objective
when members are apparently acting in opposition to one another?
"Probably the most difficult task in this
work will be to get across to the reader what is really an elementary
observation: that the objective of The Order is neither “left” nor
“right”. “Left” and “right” are artificial devices to bring about
change, and the extremes of political left and political right are vital
elements in a process of controlled change.
"The answer to this seeming political
puzzle lies in Hegelian logic. Remember that both Marx and
Hitler, the extremes of “left” and “right” presented as textbook
enemies, evolved out of the same philosophical system: Hegelianism.
That brings screams of intellectual anguish from Marxists and Nazis, but
is well known to any student of political systems.
"The dialectical process did not
originate with Marx as Marxists claim, but with Fichte and Hegel in
late 18th and early 19th century Germany. In the dialectical process
a clash of opposites brings about a synthesis. For example, a clash
of political left and political right brings about another political
system, a synthesis of the two, neither left nor right. This
conflict of opposites is essential to bring about change....
"In the Hegelian system conflict is essential. Furthermore, for Hegel
and systems based on Hegel, the State is absolute. The
State requires complete obedience from the individual citizen. An
individual does not exist for himself in these so-called organic
systems but only to perform a role in the operation of the State. He
finds freedom only in obedience to the State. There was no freedom in
Hitler’s Germany, there is no freedom for the individual under Marxism,
neither will there be in the New World Order. And if it sounds like
George Orwell’s 1984 — it is....
"So who or what is the State?
it’s a self-appointed elite. It is interesting that Fichte, who
developed these ideas before Hegel, was a freemason...."[p.34]
This, then, is a vital part of our explanation of The Order. When its
co-founder, William Russell, was in Germany in 1831-2, there was no way
he could have avoided Hegelian theory and discussion. It was the talk of
the campus. It swept intellectual Germany like a Pac Man craze. Most
Americans haven’t heard of it. And those who have don’t want to hear any
more about it. Why? Because its assumptions are completely at
variance with our sense of individual freedom and Constitutional
guarantees. Most of us believe the State exists to serve the individual,
not vice versa.
The Order believes the opposite to most
of us. ... So any discussion between left and right, while essential to
promote change, is never allowed to develop into a discussion along the
lines of ... the best government is least government. The discussion and
the funding is always towards more state power, use of state power and
away from individual rights. So it doesn’t matter from the viewpoint of
The Order whether it is termed left, right, Democratic, Republican,
secular or religious.... This is the common feature between the
seemingly dissimilar positions taken by members — they have a higher
common objective in which clash of ideas is essential. So long as
rights of the individual are not introduced into the discussion the
clash of ideas generates the conflict necessary for change.
As the objective is also global control
an emphasis is placed on global thinking, i.e., internationalism. This
is done through world organizations and world law. The great
contribution of the Tafts to The Order was on the world court system and
world law — to the internationalist aspect of the New World
Order" relates to the CFR and Trilateral
On the surface, the Council on Foreign
Relations (CFR) does not fit the requirements for a secret society. They are
simply too large and their membership is not secret. But their secretive
inner core -- The Order -- exercises vast worldwide control --
enhanced by their Bilderberg Group connections.
While the membership list for The
Order has never surfaced until now, anyone can obtain a list of
members for the CFR and the Trilateral Commission....
The Role Of The Order
Order is represented in these organizations but does not always
dominate. David Rockefeller, a former chairman of the CFR, is not a
member of The Order (only Percy Rockefeller has represented the family),
but the present CFR chairman, Winston Lord, is. We can represent
the relationship between The Order and the larger groups as a
series of concentric circles. The CFR, etc. form an outer
circle.... They exist in a shadow cast by an inner organization.
It is this inner organization that needs to be surfaced. The
Order is the inner circle and Chapter 322 is a part of this
In brief, it looks like three segments
to the Freemasons]:
1. The outer circle, made up of large, open organizations with
some membership coming from The Order.
2. The Inner circle, made up of one or more secret societies....
We can only prove one chapter at this time.
3. The Inner core, a secret society within a secret society. This
is the inner decision-making core. We cannot prove it exists, but
logic suggests that some members of the inner circle will form an
executive committee, an action group, an inner core..."[p.37]
Bush Believes in
permanent social change and
Dissatisfaction (a crisis) for social transformation