An introduction to the world we live in - Part one

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  1. poncho

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    An introduction to the world we live in - Part one

    Turns out it's quite a challenge to write a decent introduction to the information available on this website. The issue at hand is enormously complex and a lot of work still needs to be done. We'll give it a try anyway and discuss the history of the globalist movement, including 19th century Britain, the US, Canada, Israel, the European Union, and the opening up of both Russia and China. In the process we'll determine the absolute core of this globalist network and provide an extensive biography with each name. Then we'll put forth a theory that might explain why ordinary politics and the hidden globalist group go hand-in-hand without the latter being exposed by anyone on "the inside," whatever that means. At the end we'll take a look at who's behind the sustainable development movement and the United Nations while discussing the rather disturbing information that was brought to light by George Hunt in the late 1980s and early 1990s. I suggest you pay attention to the fine print in this article and read the biographies provided, otherwise it will be much more difficult to see how this relatively small group of people are all closely knit together.

    The basic premise of this article is that an old boys network of low-profile, privately-funded, and intelligence-ridden institutes exercise a huge amount of influence over local governments, the media, universities (science), and the policies of the multinational corporations (who fund these networks). The names of about 150 of these institutes have been listed in appendix A and about 1400 names plus biographies, ranging from the most complete available to very basic, are available in the different membership lists. A smaller list of globalist institutes are chronologically ordered in Appendix B, together with the persons who founded them and some of the connections they had. Appendix C contains the genealogies of the Rothschild, Warburg, Rockefeller, and Morgan families, which might come in handy at times. A partial Cecil bloodline is also listed there, although, as you'll see, that one has been compiled for a different reason.

    Below you can see a simplified sketch of the network that will be discussed. At this point I consider The Pilgrims, Le Cercle, and the 1001 the umbrella organizations, because together they encompass all aspects of the globalist movement: the leadership of all the other private globalist institutes, Anglo-American business and banking, multinationals worldwide (1001), old blue blood family lines, Western and Middle-Eastern intelligence, the illegal arms trade (1), and the environmental movement. If there is a group that keeps these three organizations in line it will exercise a huge amount of direct and indirect influence over many parts of the world. The question is, is there such a group?

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    As usual, the exact details of its founding aren't known, but we can reach the simple conclusion that the noble and royal families in England and America's East-Coast were the ones responsible for it. The best article on the founding of the Pilgrims that I have seen came from the New York Times of July 18, 1918: "The idea originated with an American. The name "Pilgrim" was suggested by Mr. Burke Roche, M.P. The plan of organization was submitted in June, 1902, to Lord Roberts through General Joseph Wheeler..." Lord Roberts of Kandahar, a Knight of the Garter, approved the plan, but suggested that "Chamberlain" (three were active at the moment) should be consulted. This was never done, but eventually meetings were arranged which were presided over by individuals as Sir Harry Brittain, Lindsay Russell, and Lord Grenville. Roberts would initially preside over the first meeting, but had an important appointment with Field Marshal Horatio Kitchener, a Knight of the Garter, Privy Councilor, Pilgrims Society member, and a Freemasonry District Grand Master of Egypt and Sudan. Kitchener succeeded Lord Roberts as Commander-in-Chief during the Boer War and stood under heavy influence of Cecil Rhodes and Lord Milner, both heads of the Round Table.

    James Boothby Burke Roche, the person who came up with the term 'Pilgrims', was a financier who peddled between the United States and England. He was an associate of the Vanderbilts and Astors (did not see any Morgans). Burke Roche had enormous marital problems during the last 15 years of the 19th century, refusing to divorce from his wife who did not give him access to his children. Roche, who inherited the title of 3rd Baron Fermoy in 1920 (just 2 months before he died), was the great grandfather of the late Princess Diana, the former wife of Prince Charles.

    Lord Beresford, a person who attended and spoke at the first Pilgrims meetings, is also named as a founder in some articles. He was an aide-de-camp to the Prince of Wales from 1875 to 1876 and a personal friend of King Edward VII. His brother, Admiral Sir John Beresford, was a Privy Councilor, a friend to the Duke of Kent, and a father of the future Queen Victoria. The Beresford and La Poer families had been influential in England for at least a century at the time the Pilgrims Society was established.

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