These people have stated in thier own words time and time again exactly what they are doing - and yet people still will not believe it because they
havn't seen it on NBC!
ARNOLD TOYNBEE, THE ULTIMATE RHODESIAN
Let us pause here for a moment and reflect on a fact that is easy to overlook when
concentrating on historical chronology. It is that all of this recruiting and organizing and
placing agents into power centers of society was done in secret. More than that, it was done
deceitfully. Not only were the goals of this group hidden from view; it was a matter of
policy to deliberately lie about them to the public. To illustrate this point, let us consider the
career of Arnold Toynbee, one of the better-known members of Milner’s Kindergarten.
Toynbee, was the ultimate Rhodesian: a prominent member of the Fabians, a professor at
the London School of Economics (founded by Fabians Sydney and Beatrice Webb), and
Director of Studies at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, which is a front for the
British Round Table Group, which is a front for the Rhodes secret society. He also served in
the Intelligence Department of the British Foreign Office in World Wars I and II. Toynbee
was the author of a twelve-volume work entitled A Study of History, which expounds the
theme that national sovereignty is doomed to extinction and the future belongs to
1 Caroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time (New York: Macmillan, 1966), p. 131.
Additional reference to “The Society of the Elect” is in Anglo-American Establishment, pp. 3, 39.
2 Since this secret society continues to exist today, I am often asked who the leaders have been after Rhodes and Milner.
Under normal circumstances, that would be a silly question; because, if anyone on the outside knew the answer, it
would no longer be a secret organization. However, in a rare turn of events, we do know who the leaders have been up
until fairly recent times. Quigley was privy to the records of this organization and knew their names and order of
succession. A major portion of his book, The Anglo-American Establishment: was devoted to their role in history.
collectivism. In 1931, in an article that appeared in International Affairs, published by the
Royal Institute of International Affairs, Toynbee wrote:
I will hereby repeat that we are at present working, discreetly but with all our
might, to wrest this mysterious political force called sovereignty out of the clutches
of the local national states of our world. And all the time we are denying with our lips
what we are doing with our hands….1
Replacing national sovereignty with world government doesn’t happen merely by
writing articles in periodicals or even twelve-volume histories of the world. It happens only
when people who champion that goal become leaders within government and other power
centers of society. Only then can those ideas be transformed into reality. Quigley explains
how this came about:
Through Lord Milner’s influence, these men were able to win influential posts
in government, in international finance, and become the dominant influence in
British imperial affairs and foreign affairs up to 1939. In 1909 through 1913, they
organized semi-secret groups known as known as Round Table Groups, in the chief
British dependencies and the United States. These still function in eight countries….
Once again the task was given to Lionel Curtis who established, in England and each
dominion, a front organization to the existing local Round Table Group. This front
organization, called the Royal Institute of International Affairs, had as its nucleus in
each area the existing, submerged Round Table Group. In New York it was known as
the Council on Foreign Relations, and was a front for J.P. Morgan and Company.2
At last we come to that obscure yet ubiquitous organization that plays such a decisive
roll in contemporary American political life: The Council on Foreign Relations. Now we
understand that it was spawned from the secret society of Cecil Rhodes, that it is a front for
a Roundtable Group (originally embodied in J.P. Morgan and Company but now the
Rockefeller consortium), and that its primary goal is to promote world government based on
the model of collectivism.
Why is that important? Because members of the Council on Foreign Relations have
become the hidden rulers of America. cont................