Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) president Richard Haass has announced his departure from the Republican Party after being a member of the GOP for four decades.
Angered by the America First shift in the party due to the rise of former president Donald Trump, Haass made the announcement in a Twitter post that he “didn’t leave the Republican Party; the Party left me.”
Haass’ tweet can be seen here:
The CFR has been an organization that has worked in the shadows to establish globalism since its inception during the First World War. Their roster includes a veritable who’s who of global elites, and they have grown more bold about advertising their grand schemes over the years.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney used to be the organization’s director, a fact that he joked about keeping hidden from his Wyoming constituents while serving in the U.S. Congress.
Another CFR crony, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, admitted that the organization controls most of the policy decisions that occur in Washington D.C.
“It’s good to have an outpost of the Council right here down the street from the State Department. We get a lot of advice from the Council, so this will mean I won’t have as far to go to be told what we should be doing and how we should think about the future,” Clinton said during a 2009 appearance at a CFR event.
Clinton can be seen laughing and smiling with Haass making these statements here:
Big League Politics has reported on the CFR’s push for mass migration as they attempt to break down the countries of the world and turn once-great nations into corporate economic zones:
Alex Newman of The New American exposed the Council on Foreign Relation’s latest justification for mass migration.
In their view, CFR believes that America should expand the size and scope of government.
CFR cited the lavish welfare states in Sweden and Denmark as examples of successful socio-economic organization.
Should America not follow this rubric, the nation will supposedly lag behind in the emerging globalist paradigm.
Newman cited U.S. Admiral Chester Ward, a CFR member for almost 20 years before he decided to defect, in order to explain CFR’s nefarious intentions. Ward even claimed that the principal objective of the organization is to attack U.S. sovereignty and transition the United States into an “all-powerful one-world government.”
Admiral Ward also explained the way it moves its objectives forward.
“Once the ruling members of CFR have decided that the U.S. Government should adopt a particular policy, the very substantial research facilities of CFR are put to work to develop arguments, intellectual and emotional, to support the new policy, and to confound and discredit, intellectually and politically, any opposition,” he stated. “The most articulate theoreticians and ideologists prepare related articles, aided by the research, to sell the new policy and to make it appear inevitable and irresistible.”
The CFR is a very evil organization. The fact that their long-time president is leaving the Republican Party is a sign that the GOP is headed in the right direction.