PART 2: MEMBERSHIP
Below are three links that list the membership roster of the CFR. I have found that one list may vary slightly from another; meaning a name may be listed on one but not on or left off another. Hillary Rodham Clinton is listed on two of the links but has been left off the third link. Why? I can’t be sure, but my guess is, she is left off because she is a candidate for the Presidency and belonging to an organization whose goal is a One World Government may not set well with American voters.
A few of the most notable members are, just to name a few:
Tom Brokaw, George Herbert Walker Bush, Jimmy Carter, Hillary Rodham Clinton, William (Bill) Jefferson Clinton, Dick Cheney, George Clooney, Diane Feinstein, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Alan Greenspan, John Kerry, Henry Kissinger, John McCain III, Colin Powell, David Rockefeller (as well as most of his family to follow), Brian Williams. These are only a few names you would recognize. If you were to check out the links above, you’ll find many that are familiar. Common traits are wealth and individuals of authority.
To become a member of CFR a candidate must be nominated by a current member in writing, then by a 2nd written nomination letter. Members are voted on by the Membership Committee. There are approximately 4,900 members of The Council on Foreign Relations.
Members are former presidents, representatives and Senate members of the United States, mainstream media, officials from present and past administrations as well as the entertainment world, business and corporations (General Motors, just to name one).
Many believe, the Council on Foreign Relations is the influence behind who our current president is and who the next one will be. Does this council hold that much power, that they decide who are president and leaders are? Is Hillary Clinton the next puppet?
Part 3 on Wed. February 11, 2015