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Other Illuministic Organizations

Other Illuministic Organizations
Thomas Allen

[Editor’s note: Footnotes in original are omitted.]

In addition to the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderberg Group, and the Trilateral Commission, the Illuminists have established many other organizations to carry out their plans for a New World Order.

Anti-Defamation League
B’nai B’rith founded the Anti-Defamation League in 1913. Its purpose is to smear people who oppose Illuminism as anti-Semitic. The Anti-Defamation League accuses anyone who connects the Rothschilds or their Jewish allies with Illuminism or any of its branches as attacking all Jews. Likewise, it accuses anyone who opposes Zionism of being anti-Semitic. As a front for British intelligence and the Israeli Mossad, it collects enormous amounts of information on Americans —especially enemies, and potential enemies, of Illuminism and its New World Order.

American Civil Liberties Union
Illuminists established the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to destroy Christianity and to promote other goals of the illuministic New World Order in the courts. In 1920, Roger Baldwin, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn (Communist Party official), William Z. (head of the United States Communist Party), Felix Frankfurter, Amos Pinchot, (Skull and Bones member, active supporter of the Bolsheviks), Upton Sinclair, Dr. Harry F. Ward (Communist, Union Theological Seminary), Norman Thomas (a socialist), and others founded the American Civil Liberties Union.[1] It was formed from the merger of several organizations developed during World War I whose members included Communists, German agents, pacifists, radicals, socialists, and assorted other left-wingers.

Its primary purpose was, and continues to be, to promote Illuminism by protecting Communists, anarchists, and other political radicals and libertines. It provides attorneys for radical criminals and agitators. By bringing lawsuits before favorable judges to set precedence, it advances Illuminism. It has advanced the cause of Communism while seeking to suppress Christianity and route every vestige of it from public life. Roger Baldwin, a high-ranking official in the American Civil Liberties Union for 50 years, stated his goals as follows:
I am for socialism, disarmament and ultimately for abolishing the State itself as an instrument of violence and compulsion. I seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class, and the sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal.[2]
Such are the goals of the American Civil Liberties Union.

Following the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, the ACLU proceeded to control conservative and constitutionalist opposition by presenting vapid opposition to the resulting police state laws. By appearing to oppose G.W. Bush’s police state, it drove many conservatives and constitutionalists, who knew about the ACLU’s communist, anti-Christian sympathy, to support Bush’s police state — if the ACLU opposed it, it must be good.

Tavistock Institute
Another important illuministic organization is the Tavistock Institute. It was founded in 1921 “to study the effect of shell shock on British soldiers who survived World War I.”[3] It studied how much stress people could endure before breaking and how to control people. It also developed mass brainwashing techniques.

The Tavistock Institute has developed and employed effective techniques to break down all loyalties that a person had to family, nation, race, or God. Its goal is to reduce people to a state in which they cannot hold any stable personal relationships, thus, making them easier for the Illuminists to manipulate. It and its subsidiary front groups have developed techniques to use commercial advertisements not only to sell products, but also to inculcate the globalist, integrationist, political, social, and economic philosophies of the Illuminists. One of the purpose of the Tavistock Institute is to indoctrinate thoroughly officials of the great tax-exempt foundations in the Luciferian New World Order. Among its accomplishments have been training of the entire staff of the Office of Strategic Services, Strategic Bombing Survey, and Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Expeditionary Forces. It has also been a leader in developing mind-altering drugs.

The Tavistock Institute is a front for the British Army Bureau of Psychological Warfare.[4] British intelligence controls it. The Bank of England controls its finances.

In the United States, the Stanford Research Institute serves the purpose of the Tavistock Institute. Like the Tavistock Institute, it develops techniques for mind control and deception. It is a prime force behind the New Age religions and concomitant occultism.[5]

Another group closely allied with the Tavistock Institute in the United States is the Institute for Policy Studies. Much of its funding came from James Paul Warburg, CFR member and a founder of United World Federalists. The Institute for Policy Studies organized the Students for Democratic Society (SDS), which spread drug usage and revolution to college campuses. Financing the SDS was the CIA, the United Nations, Rockefeller Foundation, Ford Foundation, United Auto Workers, and the Cuban government.[6]

The Heritage Foundation, Hoover Institute, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Rand Corp. are also part of the Tavistock Institute Network.[7]

Gorbachev Foundation
In 1992 Mikhail Gorbachev, a Freemason, came to the United States and established the International Foundation for Socio-Economic and Political Studies, which is known as the Gorbachev Foundation. The purpose of the Gorbachev Foundation was to develop a plan to bring about a world government in the twenty-first century. The plan called for people enslaving themselves to an all-powerful illuministic government to protect the Earth from environmental catastrophe. To achieve this goal, the plan called for a global taxation system to finance the reformed international military force that will carry out the plan. The military reform called for reducing the size of America’s armed forces and placing foreign troops in the United States (as President George W. Bush, a member of Skull and Bones, has done as part of his War on Terrorism). Thus, Gorbachev used concern about the environment to usher in the New World Order. Gorbachev also promoted unification of the religions of the world; he sought to replace them, especially Christianity, with humanism (the foundation of Communism) and Pantheism (the foundation of Eastern mysticism).

Gorbachev’s plan received support of many high-degree Illuminists. Supporters included George Shultz (Nixon’s Secretary of Labor and Secretary of the Treasury, Regan’s Secretary of State, CFR member, member of the Trilateral Commission), chairman of the board of advisors for the Gorbachev Foundation; Alan Cranston (United States Senator from California), chairman of the board of directors; and James Garrison (New Age Esalen Institute), president of the Gorbachev Foundation.

Pope John Paul II also collaborated with Gorbachev in ushering in the New World Order. Gorbachev saw the pope as “the world’s highest moral authority.”

Other Illuminist Organizations
Besides the above organizations Illuminist established many other societies and organizations to advance their cause. They include (some of these organizations are now defunct):

Action Coalition for Global Change
American Academy of Pediatrics
American Academy of Political Social Science
American Assembly
American Association for International Conciliation
American Association for the United Nations
American Association of University Women
American Bar Association
American Center for Law and Justice
American Committee for a United Europe
American Committee on Africa
American Council on Education
American Enterprise Institute
American Friends Service
American Friends Service Committee
American Historical Association
American Humanist Association
American Indian Movement
American Institute of the Pacific
American Jewish Committee
American Law Institute
American Movement for World Government
American Peace Society
American Psychological Association
American Society for Psychical Research
American-Israel Public Affairs Committee
Americans for Democratic Action
Americans for Victory over Terrorism
Americans United for Separation of Church and State
Amnesty International
Analytic Services
Arden House Group
Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies
Association to Unite the Democracies
Atlantic Council
Atlantic Union Committee
Brookings Institute
Business Advisory Council
Business Council
Carter Center
Catholic for a Free Choice
Center for Advance Study in Behavior Science
Center for Biological Diversity
Center for Constitutional Rights
Center for Diplomacy and Foreign Policy
Center for Security Policy
Center of the Study of Democratic Institute
Chatham House
Chinese Progressive Associates
Citizens Committee for International Development
Citizens Global Trade Watch
Club of Rome
Committee for Economic Development
Committee for the Future
Committee of Correspondence
Committee on Political Education
Common Cause
Congress for Cultural Freedom
Council for a Liveable World
Council of the Americas
Earth First
Earth Liberation Front
Environmental Defense Fund
Ethics and Public Policy Center
Federal Union
Federal World Government
Fellowship of Inner Light
Feminist Men’s Alliance
Foreign Policy Association
Foundation for Conscious Evolution
Free Europe Committee
Freedom House
Friends of the Earth
Gay Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation
Global 200 Project
Global Education Associates
Global Exchange
Global People’s Assembly
Global Security Institute
Gray Panthers
Green Cross International
Hague Appeal for Peace
Hudson Institute
Human Rights Watch
Human Unity Institute
Institute for International Order
Institute for World Order
Institute of Carl Jung
Institute of International Education
Institute of Pacific Relations
Intercollegiate Socialist Society
International Association of Educators for World Peace
International Center for Integrative Studies
International Movement of Atlantic Union
International Society of Krishna Consciousness
Jewish Institute for National Security
Lawyers Committee for Nuclear Policy
League of Industrial Democracy
League of Women Voters
Liberty League
Mexican Legal Defense and Education Fund
Million Minutes of Peace
National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League
National Center on Education and the Economy
National Conference of Christian and Jews
National Council of La Raza
National Democratic Center
National Education Association
National Lawyer Guild
National Organization for Women
National Planning Association
National Spiritualist Association
National Student Forum
National Women’s Law Center
New World Foundation
New World Liberation Front
North American Man-Boy Love Association
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
Omega Institute for Holistic Studies
One World Now
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development
Peace Action
People for the American Way
People to People
Physicians for Social Responsibility
Pilgrim Society
Planetary Citizens
Planetary Initiative
Planned Parenthood
Population Council
Progressive Education Association
Project for the New American Century
Public Litigation Group
Pugwash Conference
Quartus Foundation
Rainbow Coalition
Ruckus Society
Samuel Rubin Foundation
Sane Nuclear Policy
Save the Children Alliance
Seventh Ray Institution
Sierra Club
Society for Psychical Research
Southern Poverty League
Spiritual Regeneration Movement Foundation of American
Stern Family Fund
Student International Meditation Society
Teilhard Center for the Future of Man
Teilhard Foundation
Transnational Institute
UN Association
United for Peace
United People’s Assembly
United States Committee for the UN
United World Federalists
Unity and Diversity Council
White Aryan Resistance
World Affairs Council
World Anti-Communist League
World Conference on Religion and Peace
World Economic Foreign
World Federalist Association
World Federation of Mental Health
World Fellowship
World Future Society
World Government of World Citizen
World Jewish Congress
World Peace Council
World Policy Institute
World Resource Institute
World Watch Institute
World Wildlife Fund
Worldwide Fund for Nature

This list is not nearly complete, but it does show the broad spectrum of illuministic activity. All these groups seek to subvert the United States Constitution and to restructure American society so that the United States can be merged into the New World Order.

1. Sterling E. Lacy, Valley of Decision (Texarkana, Texas: Dayspring Products, Inc., 1992), pp. 26-27. Lady Queenborough (Edith Starr Miller), Occult Theocracy (Two Volumes. Hawthorne, California: The Christian Book Club of America, 1933), pp. 627-630. Dan Smoot, The Invisible Government (Dallas, Texas: The Dan Smoot Report, Inc., 1962), pp. 142-143.

2. Lacy, p. 27.

3. Eustace Mullins, The World Order: Our Secret Rulers (Second edition. Staunton, Virginia: Ezra Pound Institute of Civilization, 1992), p. 262.

4. Mullins, World Order, p. 290.

5. James W. Wardner, Unholy Alliances: The Secret Plan and the Secret People Who Are Working to Destroy America (James W. Wardner, 1996), p. 230.

6. Eustace Mullins, Secrets of the Federal Reserve (1991), p. 184.

7. Mullins, Federal Reserve, pp. 80, 184.

[Editor’s note: The list of references in original are omitted.]

Copyright © 2010 by Thomas Coley Allen.

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