The iron law of rebellious tools and the illuminati

Not being one to look a gift horse in the mouth, this link I provided on my previous post deserves a second look. It is a exposition of the Illuminati’s new world order, and specifically concentrates on the role of foundations. The information it provides is excellent, primary and instructive. It is largely correct (except for the illuminati thing, although the elite do constantly, and boringly like a broken record, bang on about world governance.) This brings to mind Carrol Quigley’s comment in Tragedy and Hope that:

This radical Right fairy tale, which is now an accepted folk myth in many groups in America, pictured the recent history of theUnited States, in regard to domestic reform and in foreign affairs, as a well-organized plot by extreme Left-wing elements … This myth, like all fables, does in fact have a modicum of truth. There does exist, and has existed for a generation, an international Anglophile network which operates, to some extent, in the way the Radical right believes the Communists act. In fact, this network, which we may identify as the Round Table Groups, has no aversion to cooperating with the Communists, or any other group, and frequently does so.

So, separating the excellent legwork by the author from the faulty frame in which it is set, we have some excellent pieces of modern history. The first of which are the “The Cox and Reece Committees” (1952-55) that are available online. I have been unable to find any flaw or inaccuracy in the information gathered by the author. All the quotes appear genuine and culled from primary sources, such as:

It has been said that the foundations are a power second only to that of the Federal Government itself … Perhaps the Congress should now admit that the foundations have become more powerful, in some areas, at least, than the legislative branch of the Government.


Substantial evidence indicates there is more than a mere close working together among some foundations operating in the international field. There is here, as in the general realm of social sciences, a close interlock.

The Carnegie Corporation, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the Rockefeller Foundation and, recently, the Ford Foundation, joined by some others, have commonly cross-financed, to a tune of many millions … organizations concerned with internationalists, among them, the Institute of Pacific Relations, the Foreign Policy Association (which was “virtually a creature of the Carnegie Endowment”), the Council on Foreign Relations, the Royal Institute of International Affairs and others … and that it happened by sheer coincidence stretches credulity.

The author’s identification of McGeorge Bundy as ushering in the civil right movement also appears correct, especially if we recall the Chicago Tribune article, in which it is reported:

“Led by the Ford Foundation under McGeorge Bundy, the white controlled philanthropic foundations have funded some direct action programs that a few years ago they would not consider”


“Before Bundy, you couldn’t get in at the Ford Foundation to see the time of day,” says Jack Greenberg, head of the legal defence fund.”

and who was McGeorge Bundy? His wiki bio tells it all. Pure elite. Yale, Havard, Presidential adviser, CFR, Ford Foundation, Carnegie Corporation…

The rest of the site provides great information on the foundations and the activities of the elite in sponsoring revolution, so a great deal of the research required for “the iron law of rebellious tools” has already been done, it just needs reinterpreting.