Originally posted by ELSFAW
Well you know this isn't that much of a "Crisis".
If the government were to blow up in an attack in DC...leaving say nobody alive but the janitor.
What are we going to do for the several months it takes to re-elect the whole Congress and president//vice-president?
Without those bodies nothing can be done.
So it is necissary to have a "shadow" government to govern things until elections occur.
The concern should be...will the elections occur, and that's a definate yes, I doubt Americans are so stupid now that they'd go "well darn now weez
got unelected guys running the country, oh well, where's my ball of wax?"
It's just a "hiccup" and necissary to prevent Anarchy from exploding into the scene.
u really believe that what ppl is voting is becoming president?
The president is choosen before even the election starts...
And they don´t control anything, they have power above them, which means again that they aren´t the people who control us...
THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
In the spring of 1918, a group of people met at the Metropolitan Club in New York City to form the Council on Foreign Relations. The group was made up
of "high- ranking officers of banking, manufacturing, trading, and finance companies, together with many lawyers...concerned primarily with the
effect that the war and the treaty of peace might have on post-war business." The honorary Chairman was Elihu Root, a Wall Street lawyer, former New
York Senator, former Secretary of War under McKinley, former Secretary of State under Theodore Roosevelt, member of the Carnegie Endowment for
International Peace (who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1912), and the most recognized Republican of his time. From June, 1918 to April, 1919, they held
a series of dinner meetings on a variety of international matters, but soon disbanded.
In the fall of 1917, a group called 'The Inquiry' was assembled by Col. Edward M. House to negotiate solutions for the Paris Peace Conference in
Versailles. They worked out of the American Geographical Society doing historical research, and writing position papers. The Inquiry was formed around
the inner circle of the Intercollegiate Society, which was a group of American socialist-oriented intellectuals.
House, President Wilson's most trusted advisor, who was an admirer of Marx, in 1912, anonymously wrote the book Philip Dru: Administrator (published
by Fabian B. W. Huebsch), which was a novel that detailed the plans for the takeover of America, by establishing "socialism as dreamed by Karl
Marx," and the creation of a one-world totalitarian government. This was to be done by electing an American President through "deception regarding
his real opinions and intentions." The book also discussed the graduated income tax, and tax-free foundations. The novel became fact, and Philip Dru
was actually House.
On May 30, 1919, Baron Edmond de Rothschild of France hosted a meeting at the Majestic Hotel in Paris, between The Inquiry (including members:
historian George Louis Beers, who later became the U.S. representative for the Round Table; Walter Lippman; Frank Aydelotte; Whitney H. Shepardson;
Thomas W. Lamont; Jerome D. Greene; Col. Edward House; Dr. James T. Shotwell; Professor Archibald Coolidge; Gen. Tasker H. Bliss, the U. S. Army Chief
of Staff; Erwin D. Canham of the Christian Science Monitor; and Herbert Hoover (who, when he was elected to the Presidency in 1928, chose CFR member
Henry L. Stimson to be his Secretary of State), which was dominated by J. P. Morgan's people, and the Round Table (including Lord Alfred Milner, Lord
Robert Cecil, Lord Eustace Percy, Lionel Curtis, and Harold Temperley), to discuss a merger. They met again on June 5, 1919, and decided to have
separate organizations, each cooperating with the other.
On July 17, 1919, House formed the Institute of International Affairs in New York City, and The Inquiry became the American branch of the Round Table.
Their secret aims were "to coordinate the international activities and outlooks of all the English-speaking world into one...to work to maintain
peace; to help backward, colonial, and underdeveloped areas to advance towards stability, law and order, and prosperity, along the lines somehow
similar to those taught at Oxford and the University of London..."
The short-lived Council on Foreign Relations, and the Institute of International Affairs, both supporters of Wilson, strongly supported the League of
Nations. However, the Round Table wanted to weaken the League by eliminating the possibility of collective security in order to strengthen Germany,
and isolate England from Europe so an Atlantic power could be established, consisting of England, the British Dominions, and the United States. In
1921, when it became apparent that the United States wasn't going to join the League, the Council on Foreign Relations was incorporated on July 21,
consisting of members from both groups, and others who had participated in the 1919 Paris Peace Talks. The name change was made so that the American
branch of the Round Table would appear to be a separate entity, and not connected to the organization in England.
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) became the American headquarters for the Illuminati. Led by House, who wrote the Charter, they were financed by
Paul Warburg, Jacob Schiff, William Averell Harriman, Frank Vanderlip, Bernard Baruch, Nelson Aldrich, J. P. Morgan, Otto Kahn, Albert H. Wiggin,
Herbert H. Lehman, and John Rockefeller.
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And now tell that those are also in emergency case