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

Chatham House (RIIA) Secret Society Headquarters

 7 January 2016

In Black  – British Government Departments
In Orange – European Union Government Departments
In Blue  – Financial Institutions
In Red – Religious Organisations

Originally coming out of the Imperial Federation Movement in England after the realisation of the potential of both Russia and America together, usurping the Magi’s command over civilisation, a society was formed to counter just such a possibility. From within the Imperial Federation was to be found a giant personality in John Robert Seeley. Seeley was about educating for the expansion of the empire, preferring the Jesuit model. This aspect of the plan would include the bringing back into the British fold the United States of America. The education aspect of the plan would be carried out by the Rockefeller family, they would achieve this through their Foundation gaining full control over education and the State Department. This agenda was found and exposed by Norman Dodd, while investigating the Giant Foundations for the Reece Committee. The overall plan would be handed down from the European Aristocrats through a network that would operate to a narrative of the Pilgrim.

A secret society would be formed looking to counter  past failures of policy and to capitalise on the expanding closure of distance between the Colonies offered by steam, electricity and the telegraph to manage the Commonwealth from the mother nation. Not through might of the military as had been the choice of the East India Company for a couple of centuries, but through the essence of organisation principles, specifically;  economics, business, politics international banking and education to form an international creed that would be more acceptable to the lower ranks over what had until then been the cry of spreading the civilised doctrine of the Bible to the world.

Chatham House, also known as The Royal institute for International Affairs, is a part of the Round Table network and was funded by the Carnegie Foundation, it is this platform upon which the new world system is to be based as presented by Cecil Rhodes. Today this supranational shadow governing system is administered through the Committee of 300 as the global system depicted in the Protocols. A system that will serve the elect council of self appointed bloodline representatives of an ancient game, the aim of which is to command the entire world under a technocratic and severely depopulated future. They have usurped the British chivalric system to front the banking empire as a new world order under corporate authority headed by the banking and credit cartel that is the Knights Templar.

England gave us the Biblical common law, a civilised endeavour indeed, but like all good adventure stories there was an impostor, a mimic of the original concept following every step, this would be English Common Law which is also known as Case Law where judges look to older rulings to decide a case in the present. 

Reading the script of the 20th century one cannot help but note the fact that the latter of these two concepts, appears to have become the overriding choice of mankind. They choose a cloak to protect them over the real, they become the narrative of the Adam and Eve. Law or Legal?

In this sense we must see Chatham House as being the head of the Rhodes secret society group which networks with all other secret societies and public organisations to secure global assets for the private international great work enterprise, which for public consumption is being presented as headed by the House of Windsor.

Left and Right paradigm has always hidden the real game which of course is Monopoly.

The following listing is direct from the website of Chatham House

[Note. I have highlighted some revealing operations coming under the control of Chatham House.]

The List :


1. Partners in 2013/14

  1. Key Project Sponsors in 2013/14
  2. Research Supporters in 2013/14

CORPORATE MEMBERS (at 30 June 2014)

  1. Major Corporate Members
  2. Standard Corporate Members
  3. Embassy and High Commission Members
  4. NGO Members
  5. Academic Institutional Members

INDIVIDUAL DONORS (at 30 June 2014)

  1. President’ Circle
  2. Director’s Circle
  3. Lionel Curtis Group
  4. William Pitt Group
  5. Donors to the 2013/14 Annual Fund (at 30 June 2014)

Partners of Chatham House provide significant year-on-year funding to the institute, either through dedicated support to multi-year research projects, or by contributing ongoing support to a number of activities across the institute.

JETRO London (The Japan External Trade Organisation, facilitates investment into Japan)

MAVA Foundation (Land grab via conservation frauds and a beneficiary of the climate scam)
Ministry of Defence, UK (British armed forces government department)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, United Arab Emirates
Nippon Foundation
Oak Foundation
Robert Bosch Foundation
Royal Dutch Shell
Toshiba Corporation
Total Holdings UK Ltd

The organisations below served as supporters of specific research projects in 2013/14.
Akbank (Turkey)
Asfari Foundation (Programming the youth)
BG Group (Oil exploration)
BP plc
Chevron Ltd
Crown Prince Court
Abu Dhabi Department for International Development
European Commission
ExxonMobil Corporation
Foreign & Commonwealth Office, UK

Key Project Sponsors
Atkin Foundation
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
BHP Billiton International Services Ltd
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
British Red Cross
Catholic Organisation for Relief and Development Aid
Charities Aid Foundation
Climate & Development Knowledge Network
Climate and Land Use Alliance
Commonwealth Secretariat
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia
Disasters Emergency Committee
Economic and Social Research Council
UK Embassy of the United States of America
EPOCH Foundation
Eranda Foundation
European Parliament
Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
Federal Environment Agency Germany
John D and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Korea Foundation
Ministry of Finance, Japan
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Japan 
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Netherlands
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Norway
National Intelligence Council United States of America
Nomura Foundation
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation Headquarters
Open Society Foundations
Prudential plc

Revenue Watch Institute
Rockefeller Foundation
Skoll Global Threats Fund
Smith Richardson Foundation
Stavros Niarchos Foundation
Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
United Nations Trust Facility Supporting Cooperation on Arms Regulation
United States Agency for International Development
United States Institute for Peace

Research Supporters
The organisations and individuals below provided support to the activities of Chatham House’s research departments in 2013/14.
ActionAid UK
African Barrick Gold plc
AIG Property Casualty
Al Tajir Trust
Alaco Ltd
Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
Anglo American plc
Arab Stabilisation Plan
Areva SA
Association of Italian Banks
AstraZeneca plc
Atlantic Partnership
Banco Africano de Investimentos
Bank of England
Bechtel Ltd
Bowland Trust
Brazilian Development Bank
British Academy
British Council
BTG Pactual
Centre for Low Carbon Futures
Charles Hale
Chubu Electric Power Co Inc
Client Earth
Clifford Chance LLP
Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation
Daiwa Capital Markets Europe Limited
DBJ Europe Limited
Debevoise and Plimpton LLP
Delonex Energy
Department of Foreign Affairs Trade and Development Canada
Department of Health, UK
Department of National Defence Canada
Doughty Street Chambers
Eaton Vance Management
Elcano Royal Institute
Eni SpA
European Bank for Reconstruction & Development
European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries & Associations
European Forest Institute
Federal Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Austria Forest Trends
Hess Corporation
Horacio Sanchez-Caballero
Humanity United
International Monetary Fund
Japan Institute of International Affairs Japan Petroleum Exploration Co Ltd
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung
Korea International Cooperation Agency KPMG LLP
Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Science
Lockheed Martin UK
Lonrho plc
Lowy Institute for International Policy Macquarie Group
Marathon Oil Corporation
Matthew Hurlock
Ministry for Foreign Affairs Finland
Ministry for Foreign Affairs Sweden
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Lithuania
Ministry of Infrastructure and the EnvironmentNetherlands
Mitsubishi Corporation
Mitsui & Co Europe plc
Morgan Stanley
Nedbank Ltd
Noble Energy Inc
Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre Norwegian Refugee Council
The Olayan Group
Overseas Development Institute
Pension Insurance Corporation Ltd Petrofac

CORPORATE MEMBERS (at 30 June 2014)
Major Corporate Members
AIG Asset Management
Amsterdam & Partners
BAE Systems plc
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
BHP Billiton International Services Ltd
British American Tobacco
British Army
BT Group plc
Caxton Asset Management
City of London
Clifford Chance LLP
CME Group
Control Risks
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, UK
Dexion Capital
DTCC (The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation)
The Economist
Eni SpA
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
FTI Consulting Ltd
Goldman Sachs International
Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
HSBC Holdings plc
Huawei Technologies
Rio Tinto plc
Robert Bosch Limited
Royal Navy
Singapore National University
Standard Bank Plc
Standard Chartered Bank
StormHarbour Securities LLP
Sustainable Europe Research Institute TRAFFIC International
Trans European Policy Studies Association Tullow Oil plc
Universit  Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
US Department of Defense
White Rose Energy Ventures
William Rice
Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (Sir Michael Moore’s arena with the Westminster Foundation for Democracy, P&O)
Intesa Sanpaolo SpA
Japan Bank for International Cooperation
Jones Lang LaSalle
KPMG LLP (Corporate Auditors)
Kuwait Petroleum Corporation
Libra Group
Lockheed Martin UK
Mitsubishi Corporation
Morgan Stanley
Nomura International plc
Oliver Wyman
PricewaterhouseCoopers (Corporate Auditors)
Rabobank International
Royal Bank of Scotland
Saudi Petroleum Overseas Ltd
Schlumberger Limited
Standard Chartered Bank
Stroz Friedberg
Sumitomo Corporation
Thomson Reuters
United States of America Embassy of the Vodafone Group

Standard Corporate Members
Airbus Group
Albany Associates (International) Ltd
Allen & Overy LLP
Anglo American plc
APCO Worldwide
Asahi Shimbun (Europe)
Aspen Insurance UK Limited
AstraZeneca plc
Avio Group
AXA Investment Managers
Banca dâ Italia
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
Bell Pottinger
BlackRock Investment Management (UK) Ltd
Bland Group Ltd
British Council
Boeing UK
Cabinet Office
CBS News
CDC Group plc
Chivas Brothers
Chubb Investment Services Ltd
Chubu Electric Power Co Inc
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
CLP Holdings Limited
Coller Capital
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
Commonwealth Secretariat
Consolidated Contractors International (UK) Ltd
Crown Agents
CRU International Ltd
Daily Mail and General Trust plc
Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP
De Beers Group Services UK Ltd
De La Rue plc
Delonex Energy
Department of Health, UK
Diageo  (Alcohol Brands)
Diplomatic Academy of Montenegro
DP World
Energy Charter Secretariat
Energy Industries Council
Energy Intelligence Group
Eurasia Group
European Bank for Reconstruction & Development
European Investment Bank
European Parliament UK Office
First Magazine
G3 Good Governance Group
General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union
Genesis Investment Management LLP
The Group
The Guardian
HM Treasury
Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office
House of Commons Library
House of Lords Library
Indorama Services UK Ltd
International Institute for Environment and Development
Investcorp International Ltd
Investec Asset Management
Invoke Capital
Jaguar Land Rover
Japan Oil, Gas & Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC)
JICA UK Office
JKX Oil & Gas
John Swire & Sons Ltd
KOKUSAI Asset Management Co Ltd
Kosmos Energy
Krull Corp
Kuwait Investment Office
Kyodo News
League of Arab States
Macquarie Group
Marathon Oil Corporation
Maritime Asset Security & Training Ltd
Matheson & Co Ltd
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Europe Ltd
Mitsui & Co Europe plc
Mizuho Bank
Mondelez International
Mondi Group
NEPAD Secretariat
Nexen Petroleum UK Ltd
NHK Japan Broadcasting Corporation
Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre
The Olayan Group
Permira Advisers LLP
Petrofac Energy Developments
Polish Institute of Diplomacy
Pool Re
Premier Oil
Protection Group International
Prudential plc
Quakers in Britain
Risk Advisory Group
Rolls-Royce plc
RSA Insurance
Salamanca Risk Management
Sarasin & Partners LLP
SCA, Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget
Schroders Plc
Scottish Government
Shearman & Sterling LLP
Standard Life Group
Strategy& Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited
Tata Ltd
Telegraph Media Group
Tishman Speyer
Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO)
Towers Watson
Tullow Oil plc
Warburg Pincus LLC
Wilton Park
Wood Mackenzie
Yomiuri Shimbun

Embassy and High Commission Members
Embassy of Algeria
Embassy of Argentine Republic
Embassy of the Armenia
Embassy of the Republic of Australia
High Commission of Austria
Embassy of Azerbaijan
Embassy of the Republic of Bahrain
Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium
Embassy of Belize
High Commission of Brazil
Embassy of Bulgaria
Embassy of the Republic of Canada
High Commission of Chile
Embassy of China
Embassy of the People’s Republic of Costa Rica
Embassy of Cyprus
High Commission for the Republic of Czech Republic
Embassy of Denmark
Royal Embassy of the Dominican Republic
Embassy of the Ecuador
Embassy of Egypt
Embassy of the Arab Republic of El Salvador
Embassy of Estonia
Embassy of the Republic of Ethiopia
Embassy of the Federal Democratic Republic of Finland
Embassy of France
Embassy of Georgia
Embassy of Germany
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Gibraltar
Government of Greece
Embassy of Hungary
Embassy of India
High Commission of Indonesia
Embassy of the Republic of Iraq
Embassy of the Republic of Ireland
Embassy of Israel
Embassy of Italy
Embassy of Japan
Embassy of Jordan
Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Kazakhstan
Embassy of the Republic of Korea
Embassy of the Republic of Kuwait
Embassy of the State of Latvia
Embassy of the Republic of Libya
Embassy of the State of Lithuania
Embassy of the Republic of Luxembourg
Embassy of Macedonia
Embassy of the Republic of Malta
High Commission of Mexico
Embassy of Moldova
Embassy of the Republic of Mongolia
Embassy of Morocco
Embassy of the Kingdom of Mozambique
High Commission for the Republic of Netherlands
Embassy of the Kingdom of the New Zealand
High Commission of Norway
Royal Embassy of Oman
Embassy of the Sultanate of Pakistan
High Commission for the Islamic Republic of Poland
Embassy of the Republic of Portugal
Embassy of Qatar
Embassy of the State of Romania
Embassy of Russian Federation
Embassy of the Rwanda
High Commission for the Republic of Saint Kitts & Nevis
High Commission of Saudi Arabia,
Embassy of the Royal Kingdom of Serbia
Embassy of the Republic of Seychelles
High Commission of the Republic of Sierra Leone
High Commission of Singapore
High Commission for the Republic of Slovak Republic
Embassy of the Slovenia
Embassy of the Republic of South Africa
High Commission for the Republic of Spain
Embassy of Sudan
Embassy of the Republic of Sweden
Embassy of Switzerland
Embassy of Tanzania
High Commission of the United Republic of Trinidad & Tobago
High Commission of the Republic of Tunisia
Embassy of Turkey
Embassy of the Republic of Ukraine
Embassy of United Arab Emirates
Embassy of the Uruguay

NGO Members
ActionAid UK
Amnesty International
British Red Cross
Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF)
Concern Worldwide

Academic Institutional Members
Embassy of Uzbekistan
Embassy of the Republic of Venezuela
Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Vietnam
Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Yemen
Embassy of the Republic of Zambia
European Interagency Security Forum (EISF)
International Committee of the Red Cross
International Medical Corps UK
Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
World Animal Protection
World Animal Protection
Brunel University Department of Politics and History
ESCP Europe Business School Goodenough College
King’s College London Department of Political Economy
King’s College London Department of War Studies
London School of Economics Department of International Relations
Nanyang Technological University S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies Osaka University  School of International Public Policy
Regent’s College Department of International Relations
Regent’s College European Business School
Richmond University The American International University in London
Royal College of Defence Studies
School of Oriental and African Studies Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy University College London Faculty of Laws and School of Public Policy
University of Bath Department of Politics Languages and International Studies (From this university is run the student loans fraud in partnership with the Rothschild Bank)
University of Buckingham Department of Economics and International Studies University of East Anglia Department of Political, Social and International Studies University of East Anglia London Academy of Diplomacy (From this university was launched the Global warming fraud)
University of Kent Department of Politics and International Relations (Run by Baroness Blackstone from the Admiralty Building)
University of Portsmouth Centre for European and International Studies Research University of Sussex School of Global Studies
University of Westminster Department of Politics and International Relations Webster University Geneva Department of International Relations

2013/14 INDIVIDUAL DONORS (at 30 June 2014)
President’s Circle

The President’s Circle comprises individuals who enable Chatham House to undertake major initiatives, including the Academy for Leadership in International Affairs, research fellowships, new research streams and cross-institutional collaboration.
Ayman Asfari
Celia and Edward Atkin CBE
Tim Bunting
Richard Hayden
Andr Hoffmann
John C Whitehead

Director’s Circle
Support from members of the Director’s Circle allows the director to invest in timely and innovative research and thought leadership.
Garvin Brown IV
Dr Carlos Bulgheroni
Victor Chu
Sir Evelyn de Rothschild
Michael Hoffman
Timothy Jones
Nemir Kirdar
Hon Marc E Leland
Chris Rokos
Lionel Curtis Group Through their ongoing philanthropic commitment, individuals in the Lionel Curtis Group offer discretionary support to the institute’s core research activities – ensuring its independence from any one funding source or agenda.
The Al Swaidi family Gavin Boyle
Richard Bram
Stephen Brenninkmeijer
Sir Trevor Chinn CVO
Helen L Freeman
Ronald M Freeman
Luciano Gobbi
William Pitt Group
Bernard Groveman
Charles M Hale Kaaren Hale
Sara Burch
Khairallah Karim Khairallah
Monika Machon
Jolana Vainio
Dr Petri Vainio
The William Pitt Group, founded in 2009, comprises individuals committed to the success of the institute, and whose philanthropic support strengthens the institute’s independence.
Vahid Alaghband David Archer
Petr Aven
Amit Bhatia Pierre-Henri
Denain Glenn Earle
Ambassador Edward E Elson
Louis G Elson
Martin Fraenkel
Stephen Freidheim
Richard Karl Goeltz
Alexis Habib
Hon John G Heimann
Sir Joseph Hotung KBE
Farid Issa-El-Khoury
Reuben Jeffery III
Huw Jenkins
Hadi Kabalan
Donald Kramer
Andrew E Law
Martin Lovegrove  Roni Lovegrove
Michael R Lynch
Stephen Marquardt
Elizabeth McCaul
Morgan McKenney
Maryfrances Metrick
David Pearl
Stuart Popham QC
Paul Rivlin
Caspar Romer
Simon Rowlands
Jacob M Safra
Horacio Sanchez Caballero
Ron Sandler CBE
Dr Allen Sangines-Krause
Rafael Serrano
Richard W Slocum
Kit Tamkin
Robert Tomei
Pedro J Torres
John Vogelstein
Gareth Williams
Roger Wolf

Donors to the 2013/14 Annual Fund (at 30 June 2014)
The 2013/14 Annual Fund raised funds to develop a responsive website for The World Today
magazine to allow for additional online content and video and to make access to the magazine available on a variety of electronic devices.

John Ackroyd
Baha Bassatne
Greg Baxter
Gavin Boyle
Stephen Brenninkmeijer
Garvin Brown IV
Francesco Burelli
Eyup Sabri Carmikli
Lindsay Case
Sir Trevor Chinn CVO
Joseph Cook
Dr William Crawley
HE Dr Federico Alberto Cuello-Camilo
Nathan Danquah
Katherine Davies
Dr Emanuel de Kadt
Paul Etchells
Tom Fenton
Dame Clara Furse DBE
James Gaggero
Adrienne Gignoux
Martin Giles
Luciano Gobbi
Karin Greenhalgh
Bernard Halim
Dr Sam Hedayati
Rt Hon Lord Howe of Aberavon CH PC QC Matt Huber
Rt Hon Lord Hurd of Westwell CH CBE PC Majid Jafar
Nemir Kirdar
Sarah Laessig
Sir Richard Lambert
John Leech
Gerard Legrain
Simon Lerner
Anthony Loehnis
Rachel Lomax
Sir Roderic Lyne KCMG
Rt Hon Sir John Major KG CH
John Makin
Mladen Milinkovic
Dr Alexander Mirtchev
Peter Montagnon
Professor Roger Morgan
Angela Mosconi
Alex Nice
Yoshio Noguchi
Stuart Popham QC
Ambassador Andrs Rozental
Mustafa Sahin
Keith Salway

Chatham House Supporters Listing

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