Tag: Chatham House

In Profile : International Institute For Strategic Studies

The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) describes itself as the world’s leading authority on political-military conflict.Based in London, IISS is registerd as charity in UK, US and Singapore. Founded in 1958 the IISS has strong establishment links, with former US and British government officials among its members. The Foreign Office contributed £100,000 towards the setting up of its headquarters in central London, and the opening was attended by Margaret Thatcher and Lord Robertson of Port Ellen, then secretary general of Nato. Its early work focused on nuclear deterrence and arms control and was by its own account hugely influential in setting the intellectual structures for managing the Cold War.

In Profile : the corporate head of the secret societies, Chatham House RIIA

The following listing direct from the website of Chatham House, gives insight as to the magnitude of its reach internationally for the secret society networks that took root in England after the English Civil War. Why the Civil War? Quite simply because this was the point at which England lost her laws controlling Usury, as such the network that is Freemasonry, formed to protect the English realm and to keep the correct monarch on the throne, became the target of the money lenders until we find ourselves today at the mercy of the same, because the society created to protect the realm, has and continues to hand over the realm to a foreign and illegitimate sovereign that heads the Chatham House.

In Profile : The Committee of 300’s Round Table Network, Chatham House

Officially formed in 1891, its history going back to 1873 with a serious Baliol influence and control. Carol Quigley breaks up the Round Table into four periods :
1873 to 1891 under W.T.Stead and Alfred Milner. (Toynbee group)
1891 to 1901 under Cecil Rhodes with Stead at the helm. Cecil secret society and Lord Salisbury group)
1901 to 1922 called the new college period with Milner at the helm
1922 to present called the all souls period, centred on lord Lothian, lord Brand and Lionel Curtis.
Between 1910 to 1922 Sir Alfred Zimmern was a member of the inner circle, but seemingly from 1922 moved out of the inner circle.

The threat of the United Nations

The history of how the United Nations was created is a classic case of diplomacy by deception. The United Nations is the successor to the defunct League of Nations, the first attempt to set up a One World Government in the wake of the Paris Peace Conference which gave birth to the Treaty of Versailles.
The peace conference opened at Versailles, France on January 18, 1919, attended by 70 delegates representing the international bankers from the 27 “victorious” allied powers. It is a fact that delegates were under the direction of the international bankers from the time they were selected as delegates until they returned to their own countries, and even long after that.