Daniel Estulin's book, The
True Story of the Bilderberger Group
mentions the CFR, or better known Council on
a lot and specifically in Chapter 10 he nails American politicians that were on it, even though they were both on opposing
side of the political battlefield, Democrat or Republican.
The following Presidential nominees were CFR members on both sides for the run for Presidential office according to Daniel Estulin :
CFR Members - Adlai Stevenson vs Dwight D Eisenhower - 1952 and 1956
CFR Members - Richard M Nixon vs John F Kennedy - 1960
CFR Member - Lydon Johnson won re-election against Barry Goldwater(non-CFR, to My knowledge) - 1964
CFR Members - Richard M Nixon vs Hubert Humphrey - 1968
CFR Members - Richard M Nixon vs George McGovern - 1972
CFR Members - Gerald Ford vs Jimmy Carter - 1976
Ronald Reagan defeated Jimmy Carter in 1980, but Reagan was not a CFR Member, but his Vice President George H.W. Bush was one. Reagan staffed his
office with 313 CFR Members after winning the Presidency. In 1984 Reagan took on CFR Member Walter Mondale, still having George H.W. Bush as his VP.
CFR Members - George H.W. Bush vs Michael Dukakis - 1984
CFR Members - George H.W. Bush vs Bill Clinton - 1988
CFR Members - George H.W. Bush vs Bill Clinton - 1992
CFR Members - Bill Clinton vs Bob Dole - 1996
In 2000, our current President, George W Bush, went head to head against CFR Member Al Gore, and while George W Bush was not a CFR Member according to
Estulin's book, Bush was surrounded by Condoleeza Rice, Dick Cheney, Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz, Lewis Libby, Colin Powell, and Robert Zoellick,
all CFR Members.
In 2004, George W Bush, while still not a CFR Member went head to head against John Kerry, a CFR Member, and Bush still had his insider team with him.
What's important to note here, if you read the Wikipedia link I supplied, is that the CFR
, or Council on Foreign
Relations, is a powerful private
organization that has major influence over foreign policy. It is linked to David Rockefeller as well as a
think-tank as well as having it's own website here at www.cfr.org...
and a magazine
[edit on 21-6-2008 by SpartanKingLeonidas]