The New World Order
"Who was the fool, who the wise man, beggar or king?
Whether poor or rich, all's the same in death." 
In last week's part two of the series, we ended with several quotes from Professor Carroll Quigley, a world renowned scholar who had written quite extensively about secret societies and other elite groups, whose sole purpose was to establish a New World Order.
The following part of one such quote reveals important insights into not only Quigley, but the entire subject as well.
"In fact, this network, which we may identify as the Round Table Groups, has no aversion to cooperating with the Communists, or any other groups, and frequently does so. I know of the operations of this network because I have studied it for twenty years and was permitted for two years, in the early 1960's, to examine its papers and secret records.
I have no aversion to it or to most of its aims and have, for much of my life, been close to it and to many of its instruments. I have objected, both in the past and recently, to a few of its policies (notably to its belief that England was an Atlantic rather than a European Power and must be allied, or even federated, with the United States and must remain isolated from Europe), but in general my chief difference of opinion is that it wishes to remain unknown, and I believe its role in history is significant enough to be known." 
Notice that Quigley states that he had no aversion to the "network" and that he was close enough that he was allowed to examine its papers. He also states that for MOST OF HIS LIFE he had been close to it and its instruments.
Quigley is talking about a "network", which in his own words was comprised of secret societies, and one that included wars and the killings of tens of thousand of Africans and the capture and placement into slavery by as many more - yet he says he doesn't have any aversion to it?
Would secret societies allow a non-member to examine its papers and secret records, especially a world renowned scholar and writer? For what reason would they allow that to occur?
Also, notice how Quigley did not agree with the network's Atlantic versus European Power point of view. These are all very subtle pieces of the puzzle we shall return to.
We have seen the huge part that World War I played as a major pivot point in the dynamics of paradigm shifts, the acting out of political intentions, and their subsequent affect on society and human behavior, both on the national and international level.
Prior to WWI the emphasis was on the nation state. After WWI the focus was on internationalism - government no longer constrained by national borders, however, this change did not occur all at once. It slowly made the transition from one view to the other.
In part one of the series it was shown that the established world view perceived the purpose of World War I to be the war to end all wars. It did not accomplish its stated cause; instead, it laid the groundwork for World War II. It was as if a purposeful design had somehow formed and followed a desired function.
What World War I did accomplish, and with surgical precision, was the end of the Old World Order, and the preparation of a fertile crucible: the human race - to accept the New World Order. It laid the groundwork for the transition phase to begin, but it was not completed until after World War II.
The world was now the stage to several powerful groups with the same basic goal: the establishment of a New World Order. However, each of these groups had their own particular twist as to how the knot should be tied. Yet the thread running through the strains remained the same.
There were several main groups that were born from the same genetic makeup, and in turn they spawned other sub-groups. The exigesis is similar to throwing a stone into the water.
The force of impact creates concentric circles, or waves of energy, that emanate out from the center source. The further out from the center, the weaker the force. The closer to the center, the more powerful the force. All comes forth from the center source of power.
The following are the main groups. There were others as well, but not as powerful as these:
The Club of Rome in Italy
The Fabian Society in England
The Round Table Group in Britain
The Council On Foreign Relations in the U.S.
The Institute for Pacific Relations in the U.S.
The Royal Institute for International Affairs in Britain
As with all endeavors there must be a source of money to finance whatever is undertaken. This was true even with the elitist groups. Some had members that were either wealthy or had well placed friends with money - or both. Sir Abe Bailey and the Astor fortunes were two main contributors. Rhode's and Rothschild's were two more. Lazard Frere another.
The money power is the most dominant force in the world, even greater than military power, for without funding there can be no military power. He who holds the purse strings has control over whatever entity they are financing; consequently, the money changers are often the dominant force behind all such elite groups.
Dawn or Sunset
The dawn of the 20th Century was witness to a much weaker British Empire than that which had ruled the world throughout the 19th Century. Britain's dominance had come from two main sources of strength: it was home to the Industrial Revolution that had allowed great wealth to be amassed, and this wealth gave rise to not only a commercial superiority, but a military superiority as well, especially on the high seas.
Britain's slow decline as the world's greatest power came from a weakening of its two above mentioned sources of its strength. With all great empires that try to rule the world, from Rome to Alexander, to Genghis and Charlemagne, they all end up failing because of what can best be describe as over reach.
If any nation tries to conquer the world, driven by the lust of greed and desire for power - that nation ends up defeating itself. It is the law of thought - of destiny, and can be no other way - it is what it is.
The war against Germany and its allies had accelerated the loss of Britain's global dominance. By 1917, Britain was nearing a financial crisis, as its gold reserves and American bonds had almost all been depleted to fund the war. In steps the U.S. financiers, especially Morgan and Rockefeller.
The Round Table
In 1910 Lord Milner, Cecil Rhodes, and Lionel Curtis formed the Round Table Group. Of no minor significance is the name, which is a reference to King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The knights were also an elitist group, in search of the Holy Grail nonetheless.
The exact purpose of the Group is not easily discernible, as it had three founders that each had a bit of a different world view in mind. Not often brought up in discussions on the Round Table is the issue of unseen powers behind the scenes - they who paid the bills.
We have previously seen how Rhodes was somehow allowed ten years to go to Oxford while taking trips to and from Africa. Rhodes had no money when he started off for Africa, except for the money that Nathan Rothschild put up to back him. Rothschild was the financial power behind Rhodes. What was Nathan's world vision and gain in all this - gain, and nothing more.
Rhodes was many things, but at the top of the list was the fact that he was a white supremist. All other peoples were inferior and were to be ruled by the white Aryan super race. Truth be known, Rhodes' view was no different then Nietzsche and Hitler's.
He was an elitist's elitist - down to the bone. For Rhodes the Round Table Group was a means to a greater end. He died before the Group was actually formed, his vision left undone. Rhodes believed that if the American Colonies had not been lost to Britain that a New World Order would already have been complete.
It was Milner as caretaker of Rhode's trust money, and Curtis as the visionary, who together finally created the Round Table. Milner was best described as an Imperialist. His world vision was for Britain to remain the super power of the world based on a nationalistic point of view that would establish a supranational form of government. Rhode's world view was to rule the world based on an international style of a one world government - run by the elite White Aryan Race. Milner was a racist as well, but not of the scope of Rhodes.
Milner was most interested in forming a British Imperial Federation to secure Britain's place in the world. For him the Round Table was the means and the end was a consolidated British Empire. Milner was a doer not a thinker. His was a hands on approach that did not involve internationalism.
Visions or Delusions
The delusional mind is most fascinating in how it works. It can say one thing yet do the complete opposite, and then rationalize it all to itself. For example, both Rhodes and Milner were involved with the killing of tens of thousands of Africans, as well as the trade of tens of thousands more into slavery. The rest were perceived as chattel, subservient to their masters.
Yet they both preached world peace - a world peace where one was either one of the superior elite, or one of those ruled over as an inferior, or dead. Simple and neat, at least for the elitists. If you asked those who were subservient indentured chattel, or those that had been killed, not many would vote in favor of such a twisted vision of world peace.
But one never knows for sure, some say that in the end most want security more than freedom. Presently, within the United States, the surrender of precious freedoms in return for promised security, can be seen taking place before our very eyes.
After the unexpected death of Rhodes, all was left to Milner and Curtis to complete. Curtis was obsessed with a one world government - Milner was not. He was more interested in seeing the British Empire consolidate its holdings in a United Federation across the globe. This is an important point to recognize: Milner was not interested in forsaking any British sovereignty for an international organization, as was Curtis, and Rhodes, before he died.
In 1910, Milner finally agreed to formally recognize the Round Table Group, and to have it publish reports to spread its propaganda - they named the publication: The Round Table.
Soon other Round Table Groups sprang up across the British Empire: Australia, Canada, South Africa, India and New Zealand all had chapters.
Milner saw the Federation of the British Empire to be the end result of the Round Table. Curtis on the other hand, saw the Federation as a step towards a global government or New World Order. Curtis was much closer to Rhode's world view than was Milner.
By the end of the war in 1914, the network had to be expanded. Lionel Curtis took the challenge on quite readily. He formed various organizations in all of Britain's dominions, as a cover for the select elect to build their New World Order.
In Britain he established the Royal Institute of International Affairs, whose inner core consisted of the members of the Round Table Group. The United States saw the Council on Foreign Relations appear in New York, which was a front for J.P. Morgan and Company who had direct ties with England's Round Table Group, and a smaller version in New York, as well.
During the Paris Peace Conference, many of Morgan's boys meant and became involved with Milner's boys. Morgan was one of the big financiers of the elite in America, although he heralded from England through Peabody and Company, and had Grenfell Morgan & Co. in London. This meant that ultimately Rothschild was behind Morgan, as he had set Peabody up as his emissary. Peabody in turn started Morgan off in business. The roots runs deep - the seed the same.
Morgan also had a number of other wall street firms that he was associated with, especially legal firms. Elihu Root, Russell Leffingwell, and the Dulles brothers were a few of Morgan's legal experts. This legal connection is generally not recognized for the large part it plays in the establishment of the New World Order. Some say that the biggest crooks are they who carry the laws around with them in their brief cases. Owen Young of the Young Plan for war reparations was a Morgan boy, as was Dawson, Lamont and Davis.
Jerome D. Greene, Harvard Law graduate, was general manager of the Rockefeller Institute from 1910-1912, he then became a trustee to the Rockefeller Institute, to the Rockefeller foundation, and to the Rockefeller General Education Board until 1939.
From 1917-1932 he was with the firm of Lee, Higginson, and Company. In 1918 Greene was appointed executive secretary of the American section of the Allied Maritime Transport Council, which was stationed in London. While in London, Greene lived in Toynbee Hall, which has been founded by Milner of the Round Table Group. In 1883, Milner and Toynbee had formed a group of political intellectuals at Oxford University.
New York by Way of London
Thus Greene had direct contact with the members of the Group. At the Paris Peace Conference he was secretary to the Reparations Commission. Upon his arrival back in the United States he helped establish the Council on Foreign Relations, which served as the New York front for Curtis's Institute of International Affairs.
Through Wilson, Morgan and Rockefeller pushed for their version of the New World Order at the Paris Peace Conference. Britain's weakening position can be seen in that Wilson's Fourteen Point plan was the core of the Peace Agreement.
It must be remembered, however, that Colonel Mandall House was behind Wilson's plan, and that he had designed the plan with Lord Milner. Both House and Milner were elite socialists. Thus the depth of the inner core of the elite affected the outcome no matter which "side" prevailed.
This is their signature mark - to control both sides through their clandestine resources of power, seeing which side appeared to be winning as the end approached, and then removing their support from the weakening side - thus insuring the winner and sealing the final fate of both sides.
Senator Henry Cabot Lodge led a majority of US Senators that were dead set against Wilson's 14 Point Plan, especially in regards to its limiting and restricting of American freedoms, be they at home or overseas. The Senators saw Wilson's plan for what it was - a socialistic attempt at a New World Order that sacrificed nationalism for internationalism. Nevertheless, Wilson refused to compromise. The US Senate rejected membership in the League on March 8, 1920.
Steady minds in the US had prevailed, at least for the time being, however, collectivists don't give up easily, if at all. The elite international family dynasties have carried the battle on for centuries - they see it as their heritage to pass on to their progeny. It is in their blood they say - blue bloods born to conquer and rule.
"We are at present working discreetly with all our might to wrest this mysterious force called sovereignty out of the clutches of the local nation states of the world. All the time we are denying with our lips what we are doing with our hands." 
This ends part three. Next week part four to continue the story of the New World Order.
"Read no history: nothing but biography,
for that is life without theory." 
 Skull & Bones Engraved Motto
 Tragedy and Hope by Professor Carroll Quigley
 Arnold Toynbee, "The Trend of International Affairs Since the War", International Affairs, November 1931, p. 809
 Benjamin Disraeli