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CFR: short list

Major CFR Members (from politics, media, entertainment and industry - the establishment):

John Abizaid
James A. Baker
Warren Beatty
Sandy Berger (United States National Security Advisor under President Bill Clinton)
Michael Bloomberg (current Mayor of New York City)
L. Paul Bremer
Zbigniew Brzezinski (United States National Security Advisor to President Jimmy Carter)
Jimmy Carter (Past President of the United States, Nobel Peace Prize Winner)
Dick Cheney (Vice President of the United States under George W. Bush, Past CEO of Halliburton)
Warren Christopher (former United States Secretary of State)
Henry Cisneros
Wesley Clark (Retired US General, Past Contender for the Democratic Presidencial Nomination)
Bill Clinton (Past President of the United States)
Hillary Clinton
William Cohen
Jon Corzine
Katie Couric
Al D'Amato
Thomas Daschle
John Deutch
David Dinkins
Christopher Dodd
Michael Douglas
Richard Dreyfuss
Lawrence Eagleburger ( former United States Secretary of State under George H. W. Bush)
Dianne Feinstein
Mikhail Fridman (Russian oligarch, International Advisory Board member)
Thomas Friedman (journalist, The New York Times)
Robert Gates (Secretary of Defense, former Director of Central Intelligence)
Richard Gephardt
Newt Gingrich (Former Speaker of the US House of Representativees)
Alan Greenspan (former Chairman of the Federal Reserve)
Chuck Hagel
Lee Hamilton
Jane Harman
Gary Hart
Teresa Heinz
Richard Holbrooke
Jesse Jackson
Angelina Jolie (UN Goodwill Ambassador)
Vernon Jordan, Jr. (close advisor to President William J. Clinton)
Robert Kagan (cofounded Project for the New American Century)
Thomas Kean
Caroline Bouvier Kennedy
John Kerry
Henry Kissinger
Irving Kristol (founder of American neoconservatism, Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute)
Paul R. Krugman
Jim Lehrer
Lewis Libby
Joseph Lieberman
John McCain
George Mitchell
Walter Mondale (Former US Vice President under Jimmy Carter and 1984 Democratic Presidential Candidate)
Paula Zahn (news media, formerly an anchor on CNN)
Janet Napolitano
John Negroponte (Deputy Secretary of State, former Director of National Intelligence, former U.S. ambassador to Honduras)
Sam Nunn
Henry Paulson (Treasury Secretary)
David Petraeus
Kitty Pilgrim
Richard Pipes (founder of Middle East Forum)
Norman Podhoretz (former editor-in-chief of "Commentary", senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, Project for the New American Century signatory)
Colin Powell (Retired US General, Former US Secretary of State under George W Bush)
Charles Prince (former chief executive officer of Citigroup)
Charles Rangel
Dan Rather
Condoleezza Rice (US Secretary of State under George W Bush, Former National Security Advisor under George W Bush)
Bill Richardson
David Rockefeller, Jr.
Jay Rockefeller
Charles Robb
Charlie Rose
Diane Sawyer
Karenna Gore Schiff (daughter of Al Gore)
Brent Scowcroft (United States National Security Advisor under Gerald Ford and George H. W. Bush)
George P. Shultz (former United States Secretary of State, former United States Secretary of the Treasury, former Secretary of Labor)
Ron Silver (actor, director, producer, cofounded the organization One Jerusalem)
Olympia Snowe
George Soros
Lesley Stahl
Fred Thompson (Actor, former Senator from Tennessee, Presidential candidate)
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend
Paul Volcker (former Chairman of the Federal Reserve)
Barbara Walters
John Warner
Christine Todd Whitman
Brian Williams
James Wolfensohn (former president of the World Bank Group)
Paul Wolfowitz (former president of the World Bank Group, former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense)
R. James Woolsey, Jr. (former Director of Central Intelligence and former head of the CIA)
Robert Zoellick (President of the World Bank Group)
Mortimer Zuckerman

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I will give this to the cfr

They put together a decent page for Ron Paul and his positions on the different issues. I'm sure to them it obviously points to why they wouldn't like him, but for me it's the exact opposite. There are a few misleading quotes, but hell, I've seen much, much worse from "professional journalists."


"I killed the banks"

Ron Silver directed and

Ron Silver directed and narrated an apparently antii-UN documentary. How CFR is that? Seems like counter to the CFR's goals. Though I haven't seen the movie.


This may be because of the number of resolutions censuring Israel made by the UN. That's a guess as I saw he also supported W last election for the same reason I am guessing.

"What does conservatism today stand for? It stands for war. It stands for power. It stands for spying, jailing without trial, torture, counterfeiting without limit, and lying from morning to night."

Lew Rockwell

The CFR is not the borg

Fortune Favors the Bold

It's kind of like, if you were working for a company, and the senior management was cooking the books, and you were following policy, but that policy was destructive, you would not be in on what was really going on. There are differences of opinion in the CFR. Historically, the biggest split was over vietnam, which lead to a leadership struggle between David and Nelson Rockefeller. David won. In a way, PNAC is a bit of a recontinuation of that struggle. But they all have the same ultimate goals, that is, the senior members. Keep in mind, there are three levels of membership. And just because a company is a CFR member does not mean all its employees are.

Fortune Favors the Bold

Where did you get this list from

their website? If so there are a few new names that I don't remember from the last time I checked.

I know some people on this list might be good people who don't fully grasp what the cfr is about but some I just don't understand:

Caroline Bouvier Kennedy (really?)
Michael Douglas (wasn't he among those celebs reading the Dec. of Ind?)
Richard Dreyfuss
Chuck Hagel
Kitty Pilgrim (isn't she part of the Lou Dobbs team? When Dobbs had Pasteur on he chided him for meeting with secret clubs to dictate policy)

"I killed the banks"

Well i got it from...


But the posters source is here:

Gary Hart is on it too. He was very outspoken about the NWO.

"But, indeed, no private person has a right to complain, by suit in court, on the ground of a breach of the Constitution. The Constitution it is true, is a compact, but he is not a party to it."

You know who's glaringly missing....?

AHNOLD! Could it be that he is NOT CFR???

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Hey Dave

Fortune Favors the Bold

We have the same first name!
Can I ask you what state your church is in?
I have been working on my uncle who is a baptist minister in western North Carolina.

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