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Norman Dodd, Reece Committee attempt to investigate tax exempt foundations, the big ones, the ones with the money

February 16, 2009

Chapter 7:  the foundations

The World Order controls the citizens of the United States through the tax exempt foundations.  These foundations create and implement government policy through their staff members in key positions in the executive, legislative and judiciary departments.  The foundations create educational policy through their staff members in key positions at every level of the educational system.  The foundations control religious doctrine through their staff members in key positions in the leading religious denominations.

“Foundation” is a misleading term; Webster calls it an endowment, but a foundation is really a trust, which Roget states is a “syndicate”.  If, instead of Rockefeller Foundation, we were to say Rockefeller Syndicate, we would be much closer to the truth.  Alpheus T. Mason, in his biography of justice Brandeis, quotes Brandeis as pointing out that “Socialism has been developed largely by the power of individual trusts.”  What we have then, are criminal syndicates masquerading as philanthropic enterprises while they inflict Socialist world slavery on nations and peoples for the benefit of the World Order.

Norman Dodd, director of research for the Reece Committee in its attempt to investigate tax exempt foundations, was asked by Congressman B. Carroll Reece in January, 1954, “Do you accept the premise that the United States is the victim of a conspiracy ?”  “Yes,” said Dodd.  “Then,” said Congressman Reece, “you must conduct the investigation on that basis.”  B.E. Hutchinson, chairman of Chrysler Corp., although approving the goals of the investigation, warned Dodd, “If you proceed as you have outlined, you will be killed.”

Dodd stated, “The foundation world is a coordinated, well-directed system, the purpose of which is to ensure that the wealth of our country shall be used to divorce it from the ideas which brought it into being.  The foundations are the biggest single influence in collectivism.”

The 1975 Report of the Rockefeller Foundation showed a $100,000 grant to the Institute for World Order, operated by Prof. Saul Mendlovitz, who states in the Institute publication Transition, Oct. 1974,

“I am arguing for a new governance or alternative institutions to those now responsible for global concert;  people will be demanding a central guidance system;  it means a governance is about to come into being in which the policy elites in various nation states who have the authority and capacity to make decisions – will no longer have that as their prerogative.  There will be a governance that will say – you can’t build an army anymore.  You must give a certain amount of your economic income to other areas of the world.”

In short, a World Order – no national armies;  no private incomes;  no individual freedom.  Ironically, all this is being financed by those who created wealth by the exercise of individual freedom in the United States.

Mendlovitz does not use the word “government”, which might imply a government by the consent of the people, as in the United States.  He uses “governance”, the imperial form, meaning a dictatorial decree.  Every act of the foundation-syndicates, and of their masters in the World Order, is intended to implement a ruthless type of Oriental despotism.  As is traditional in this type of despotism, the most efficient palace servants are eunuchs.  Eunuchs work for little or no pay, because they do not have the expense of rearing families.  In the foundation world, we find the eunuch as the predominant type of official.  The eunuchs move in and out of the foundations into prominent posts in government, education and religion.  Although they may marry and have children, pyschologically they remain eunuchs, those who have forsworn their manhood to become palace servants of the World Order.  Columnist Jeffrey Hart recently commented on this type, referring to Mondale’s selection of Geraldine Ferraro as his vice presidential nominee, “Mondale should have chosen a man, in order to balance the ticket.”