by David Icke
One of the first parts of the Illuminati network that new
researchers discover is the group of organisations which connect into the
British-based secret society called The Round Table. These include the Bilderberg
Group, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, the Council on Foreign
Relations, the Trilateral Commission, and the Club of Rome.
This network is not the most powerful expression of the Illuminati.
There are many more elite groups within it's web, but these "Round
Table" organisations are a key part of its day to day manipulation
of politics, banking, business, the military (especially NATO), "education",
and so on.
You can read about all this in great detail in my books, And
The Truth Shall Set You Free and The Biggest Secret. But briefly, the network
was created to advance through the 20th century and beyond the Illuminati
agenda for the centralised control of Planet Earth.
The Round Table was created in London (the Illuminati's operational
centre) in the latter years of the 19th century. Its first official "leader"
was Cecil Rhodes, the man who mercilessly manipulated Southern Africa and
took those lands from the black peoples. Although, in theory, black people
are back in political control of Africa, the real decisions are still made
by the European and American elites via their black puppet presidents and
leaders. "Independence" is an illusion.
Rhodes played tribe against tribe until they destroyed each
other in war, so allowing Rhodes and the British to take over. The same
is happening today in the continuing wars in Africa, details of which you
will find on this site. Rhodes said the goal of the Round Table was to create
World Government controlled by Britain (the Illuminati based in Britain).
When he died in 1902, he left money in his will to fund "Rhodes
Scholarships" in which overseas students had their expenses
paid to study at Oxford University - the centre of the Illuminati's manipulation
of "education". The ratio of these "Rhodes Scholars"
who go back to their countries to enter positions of political, economic,
and media power is enormous compared with the general student population.
They act as Illuminati agents. The most famous Rhodes Scholar in the world
today is Bill Clinton, the two-times President of the United States. But
while Rhodes was the official front man for the Round Table, the real controllers
and funders were, and are, the House of Rothschild, the banking dynasty
which is at the heart of so much of the global conspiracy. This is not an
anti-Jewish remark because the Rothschilds claim to be Jewish. The Rothschilds
have manipulated Jewish people more than any other!! See Was a Hitler a
Rothschild on this site.
The inner elite of this Round Table in the US and UK were
the key members of their government's war administrations before and during
the First World War.. As is provable with documentation, they worked together
to engineer the circumstances that led to that global conflict. Through
their technique of create-the-problem-then-offer-the-solution, they wanted
to destroy the global status quo with that war and therefore have the opportunity
to re-draw the world in their agenda's image when the conflict was over.
This is precisely what they did.
Power in the world was in far fewer hands after the war than
before, and this was advanced even further when they engineered the Second
World War also. This has continued to this day and, indeed, is getting quicker
all the time.
In 1919, came the Versailles Peace Conference near Paris when
the elite of the Round Table from Britain and the United States, people
like Alfred Milner, Edward Mandel House, and Bernard Baruch, were appointed
to represent their countries at the meetings which decided how the world
would be changed as a result of the war these same people had created. They
decided to impose impossible reparations payments on Germany, so ensuring
the collapse of the post-war Weimar Republic amid unbelievable ecomonic
collapse and thus create the very circumstances that brought Hitler (a Rothschild,
see related article) to power. It was while in Paris that these Illuminati,
Round Table, members met at the Hotel Majestic to begin the process of creating
the Bilderberg-CFR-RIIA-Trilateral Commission network. They also decided
at Versailles that they now all supported the creation of a Jewish homeland
in Palestine. As I show in my books, EVERY ONE of them was either a Rothschild
bloodline or was controlled by them.
The American President, Woodrow Wilson, was "advised"
at Versailles by Colonel House and Bernard Baruch, both Rothschild clones
and leaders of the Round Table in the United States; The British Prime Minister,
Lloyd George, was "advised" by Alfred Milner, Rothschild employee
and Round Table leader, and Sir Phillip Sassoon, a direct decendent of Mayer
Amschel Rothschild, the founder of the dynasty; The French leader, Georges
Clemenceau, was "advised" by his Minister for the Interior, Georges
Mandel, whose real name was Jeroboam Rothschild.
Who do you think was making the decisions here??
As a result of their secret meetings at the Hotel Majestic,
The Royal Institute of International Affairs was founded in London in 1920,
the Council on Foreign Relations followed in 1921, and then came the Bilderberg
Group (1954), the Club of Rome (1968) and the Trilateral Commission (1973).
These are dominated by the Rothschilds and Rockefellers, and major manipulators
like Henry Kissinger, who, in turn, answer to higher powers in the Illuminati.
These organisations have among their number the top people
in global politics, business, banking, military, media, "education"
and so forth. These are the channels through which the same global policies
are co-ordinated outside of public knowledge through apparently unconnected
countries, political parties, and institutions. The upper levels of secret
societies like the Freemasons, Knights of Malta, etc., connect into this
Round Table web also.
The Trilateral Commission:
"...a vehicle for multinational consolidation of commercial and banking
interests by seizing control of the political government of the United States."
>From Compton's OnLine Encyclopedia
House, Edward Mandell (1858-1938),
U.S. political leader, born in Houston, Tex.; confidential foreign agent
of President Wilson; member American Peace Commission 1919.
Milner, Alfred, Viscount (1854-1925),
British statesman and colonial administrator; won international fame as
high commissioner for South Africa 1897-1905, period that laid foundations
of British rule there; an Imperialist and Conservative, he opposed famous
Lloyd George budget of 1909, but joined coalition cabinet 1916 and except
for Lloyd George took largest share in civilian war activities; secretary
of state for colonies 1919.
BARUCH, Bernard (1870-1965). Although he
never ran for public office, Bernard Baruch was an adviser to American presidents
on economic matters for more than 40 years. As a young man he had shown
a remarkable ability to make money by investment.
Bernard Mannes Baruch was born on Aug. 19, 1870, at Camden,
S.C. His family moved to New York City in 1881, and he attended City College
there, graduating at the age of 19. In 1890 Baruch took a job as an office
boy in a small New York City brokerage house. By 1897 he owned a one-eighth
interest in the firm. He married Annie Griffin; they had three children.
Baruch bought a seat on the New York Stock Exchange and within
a few years became a millionaire. By 1903 he had his own firm. His refusal
to join any other financial house gave him the reputation as the "lone
wolf of Wall Street."
Baruch supported Woodrow Wilson in the presidential campaign
of 1912. In 1916 Wilson appointed him to the advisory commission of the
Council of National Defense. In 1918 he became chairman of the War Industries
Cecil Rhodes (1853-1902). South Africa has
long attracted men seeking wealth and power. In the 1880s and 1890s Cecil
Rhodes found both. He made a fortune in diamonds and gold. As prime minister
of Britain's colony at the Cape of Good Hope he was virtual dictator of
all South Africa. Rhodes's ambition was not for himself but for his native
Britain. He brought Northern and Southern Rhodesia (now Zambia and Zimbabwe)
into the British Empire (see Zambia ; Zimbabwe ).
Cecil John Rhodes was born on July 5, 1853, in Bishop's Stortford,
England. When he was 17, tuberculosis kept him from entering Oxford University.
He went to South Africa and took part in the rush to the newly discovered
Kimberley diamond fields. Within a few months he had made a fortune. The
active life restored his health, and he continued his education. For eight
years he alternated between study at Oxford and work in South Africa. In
1881, just before taking his degree, he was elected to the parliament of
Cape Colony. In 1890 he became its prime minister.
Rhodes also controlled the huge companies that owned most
of the gold and diamond fields. In 1893 he defeated the Matabele tribe and
their king, Lobengula. Meanwhile he schemed against his political opponent
Paul Kruger, leader of the Dutch settlers--the Boers--and president of the
Transvaal Republic. In 1895 Leander Jameson, Rhodes's friend, raided the
Transvaal, hoping to overthrow the Boer government. The raid failed. Rhodes
was implicated and forced to resign as prime minister and as director of
the British South Africa Company.
Rhodes moved to Matabeleland, planning to develop its natural
resources. Soon he had the chance to show his statesmanship. The tribal
people who lived in the area had revolted and could not be suppressed. Rhodes
talked with the chiefs, heard their grievances, and promised relief. The
rebellion ended. In 1898 Rhodes was again elected to the Cape Colony parliament.
He had begun to regain his old power when the Boer War (1899-1902) began.
He took part in the defense of Kimberley, but his health broke and he died
on March 26, 1902, in Muizenberg.
Rhodes's dream of a South African Union came true in 1910.
He left his Cape Town residence, Groote Schuur, to be the home of future
prime ministers of the Union, now a republic. The University of Cape Town
is also situated on his Groote Schuur estate.
The Rhodes Scholarships
Rhodes left most of his fortune to establish scholarships to Oxford University.
Approximately 70 scholarships are awarded each year. They last for two years.
The original grant for a scholarship-- 300 pounds--has been raised to more
than 2,600 pounds a year.
Rhodes scholars are selected from the Commonwealth, Germany,
and the United States. Until 1976 only men were eligible. In the United
States 32 scholarships are offered each year. Four go to each of eight districts.
Candidates must be 18 to 24 years old and must have a degree from a recognized
college or university. Each school appoints up to five candidates. From
these the state committees of selection nominate two candidates each. Awards
are based on leadership, scholastic attainment, success in outdoor sports,
and interviews. Scholarship winners may select any course of study at Oxford
that they are qualified to pursue. In some cases the scholarship may be
extended to cover a third year in postgraduate study.
For most of the 19th century, the House of Rothschild, a Jewish family of
bankers, ruled the money markets of Europe. Many European nations borrowed
money from them to pay debts, to wage wars, or to finance peacetime projects.
The family name was derived from the red shield (rothen Schilde in German)
used by an ancestor as a sign for his shop.
Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1744-1812) laid
the foundation of the family fortune. He was born in the Jewish quarter
of Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany. He became a tradesman and provided some banking
services, such as exchanging currencies. An expert in rare coins, Mayer
Amschel gained admittance to many wealthy homes, notably that of the elector
William of Hesse-Kassel. Soon he was entrusted with some of the elector's
major financial affairs. Mayer Amschel raised his five sons to work in the
The Rothschilds owed their rise as international bankers largely
to the Napoleonic Wars. Mayer Amschel's third son, Nathan Mayer (1777-1836),
went to England in about 1800 and ran goods for the British through Napoleon's
blockade. With his brothers' help, Nathan Mayer also transported gold through
France to finance the British army in Spain. This action earned Nathan a
post as agent of the British treasury. At the war's end the House of Rothschild
was commissioned to handle loans to France and Austria.
Nathan' s brother Jacob, or James (1792-1868), established
a bank in Paris, France, and his brother Salomon Mayer (1774-1855) set up
a bank in Vienna, Austria. A bank in Naples, Italy, founded later by another
brother, Karl Mayer (1788-1855), failed to thrive and was closed in about
1861. The oldest brother, Amschel Mayer (1773-1855), remained in charge
of the financial business in Frankfurt.
The House of Rothschild financed railroads in Europe and America
and provided loans to the United States. Nathan Mayer' s son Lionel Nathan
(1808-79) in 1875 loaned Britain the money used by Prime Minister Benjamin
Disraeli to buy control of the Suez Canal. Lionel Nathan was the first Jew
to be elected to the British Parliament, and his son Nathan Mayer (1840-1915)
became the first Baron Rothschild.
The Rothschilds have received many honors. Members of the
British and French families--the only ones still engaged in banking after
the Nazis seized the Austrian house--have distinguished themselves as scientists
LLOYD GEORGE, David (1863 -1945). At the
age of 17, a small slender Welshman visited the British House of Commons.
Afterward he recorded in his diary his hope for a political career. The
Welshman, David Lloyd George, in time became the prime minister who guided
Great Britain to victory over Germany in World War I.
David George was born on Jan. 17, 1863, in Manchester, England,
where his Welsh father, William George, had gone to teach school. His father
died in June 1864. Soon after, the family returned to Wales. David was educated
by his uncle, Richard Lloyd, the village cobbler. In his honor the boy took
the name Lloyd. At the age of 14 he began to study law and at 21 was admitted
to practice as a solicitor. In 1890 he was elected to Parliament as a Liberal
from the Welsh borough of Caernarvon. "The great little Welshman"
held his seat in the Commons for 55 years.
CLEMENCEAU, Georges (1841-1929). In 1917,
near the end of World War I, Georges Clemenceau accepted the post of premier
of France. His country seemed on the verge of losing the war; but the premier,
a man of 77, guided his people to victory. After the war he presided at
the peace conference.
Clemenceau founded a daily paper, L'Aurore, to aid the cause
of Captain Alfred Dreyfus, convicted of selling French military secrets
to Germany. Émile Zola's famous article in defense of Dreyfus, `J'Accuse'
(I Accuse), was published in this paper in 1898. In 1913 Clemenceau founded
L'Homme libre, meaning The Free Man, in which he warned of the danger of
war with Germany. The paper was briefly suppressed in 1914 but reappeared
as L'Homme enchaîné, (The Man in Chains).
In 1919, while presiding at the peace conference, Clemenceau
was wounded by an anarchist. In 1922 he toured the United States to urge
cooperation with Europe. He continued to write until his death in Paris
on Nov. 24, 1929.
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