The Carnegie Corp. of New York has
assets of $346 million, expenditures $13 million in 1980. Chairman is Alan
Pifer, educated at Groton, Harvard and Cambridge England. He has been a
director of American Ditchley Foundation since 1975, and is on the board of
overseers of Harvard, chairman Presidential Task Force on Education,
Presidential Committee of White House Fellowships, African American
Institute, director Federal Reserve Bank of N.Y.– he was secretary U.S.
Educational Com. in London 1998-53, director McGraw Hill; exec. vice pres
of Carnegie is David Zav Robinson, served with Office of Naval Research
London 1959-60, prof. of physics Princeton 1970-76, atomic research.
The Carnegie Corporation was incorporated in 1911 by Andrew
Carnegie and Elihu Root, who had been Secretary of War under McKinley and
Secretary of Interior under Theodore Roosevelt, lawyer for J.P. Morgan, who
took charge of the Carnegie fortune for the program of the World Order.
Directors of Carnegie Corp. include Richard H. Sullivan,
asst. dean Harvard 1991-42, president Reed College 1956-57, director John &
Mary Markle Foundation; John C. Taylor III, chmn Paul Weiss Rifkind; Jack G.
Clarke, atty with Sullivan & Cromwell, counsel Standard Oil of New Jersey,
Middle East representative SO, sr. vice pres EXXON since 1975, American
Ditchley Fndtn., Aspen Institute; Thomas R. Donahue, sec. treas. AFL-CIO,
Natl Urban League; David A. Hamburg, psychologist U.S. Army med. serv.
since 1950, Natl Institute of Mental Health, head dept. psychiatry Stanford
Univ 1961-72, Harvard study on aggression; Helene L. Kaplan, lawyer with
Webster & Sheffield, director Brandeis, Barnard College, Mitre Corp., John
F. Guggenheim Fndtn, American Arbitration Assn – her husband Mark Kaplan,
president Drexel Burnham & Lambert, controlled by the Belgian Rothschilds,
president Engelhard Chemical, now attorney Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom,
director Philbro, Elgin, Grey Advertising, DFS Group Ltd. adv com. Center
for Natl Policy Review, Unimax Corp., Marcade Group, Hong Kong; Carl F.
Mueller, Bankers Trust, Carl Loeb Rhoades, Cabot Corp., Macmillan, John S.
Guggenheim Fndtn; John C. Whitehead, banker with Goldman Sachs since 1947,
director Pillsbury, Crompton, Household Finance, Equitable Life, Loctite
Corp., Dillard Dept. Stores, is on board Georgetown Center for Strategic
Studies, and Republican Natl Finance Committee.
As president of the Carnegie Corp. Alan Pifer interlocks
with many leading banking institutions, according to a special chart devoted
to him in “Federal Reserve Directors: A Study of Corporate Influence”, an
August 1976 staff report of the House Banking & Currency Committee, which
shows he interlocks with Rockefeller Center, J. Henry Schroder Banking
Corp., J. Henry Schroder Trust Co., J.P. Morgan Co., Equitable Life, Federal
Reserve Bank of Boston and the Cabot Corp.
The Carnegie foundations also interlock with the John and
Mary Markle Foundation, established 1927 with $50 million. It dispenses
largesse to journalists who espouse the goals of the World Order. Markle
was the biggest coal operator in the U.S., partners with the Roosevelt and
Delano family in Kentania Coal Corp., which obtained millions of acres for a
few cents an acre from impoverished residents of Kentucky and Tennessee, and
hauled billions of dollars of coal from their holdings. In 1933, Roosevelt
called on Markle to help settle the coal strike. The first president of
Markle Foundation was Frank C. Vanderlip, member of the Jekyll Island team
which wrote the Federal Reserve Act in 1910. Lloyd N. Morrissette is now
president; he has been vice pres. Carnegie Corp. since 1967, formerly
chairman the Rand Corp., director American Council on Germany; directors
are Daniel Pomeroy Davison, son of F. Trubee Davison and Dorothy Peabody–he
is president of U.S. Trust, director J.P. Morgan, Morgan Guaranty Trust, and
Scovill; Joel L. Fleishman who is also director of Fleishman Foundation,
Ford Foundation, and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation; Barbara Hauptfuhrer, wife
of Robert P. (Schoenhut) Hauptfuhrer, he is vice pres. of Sun Oil; F.
Warren Hellman, has been with Lehman Bros. since 1959, president of Peabody
International Co.; Maximilian Kempner, lawyer, born in Berlin, member of
the historic von Mendelsohn banking family, is director American Council on
Germany; Gertrude Michelson, vice pres of Macy’s since 1947, director Chubb,
Quaker Oats, Harper & Row, Federal Reserve Bank of N.Y., and Spelman
College; Richard M. Stewart, president of Anaconda.
The Carnegie and Markle Foundations also interlock with
the American Council on Germany, founded in 1952, which exercises control
over the “free” nation of West Germany. Its director is David Klein, who
has been in the U.S. Foreign Service since 1947, Russian Specialist at State
Dept. since 1950, served in Moscow 1952-54, political officer in Bonn
1957-60, U.S. Minister to Berlin 1971-79. Together with the German Marshall
Fund, it maintains tight control over German government, academic life, and
communications in this militarily occupied country. The $21 million German
Marshall Fund, a branch of the CIA, is headquartered in Washington and
spends $5 million a year supervising German affairs. Its president is Frank
Loy, born in Nuremberg. His father’s name was Loewi, which he anglicized to
the present spelling. (Loy) came to the U.S. in 1939, studied at Harvard,
joined the influential West Coast law firm of O’Melveny & Myers 1954-65,
political director and spec. economist AID 1965-70, pres. Pennsylvania Co.
1978-79, vice pres. Pan Am Airways 1970-73, director Arvida Corp.
(subsidiary Penn Central), Buckeye Pipeline Co., and Edgewater Oil Co.
Chairman of the trustees of German Marshall Fund is Eugene B. Skolnikoff,
Rhodes Scholar, director CEIP, Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation
1963-65, chairman Center for International Studies, spec. asst to President
of U.S. 1958-63 and 1977-81, president of Federation of Jewish Agencies,
Hebrew Union College; Irving Bluestone; Harvey Brooks, prof. physics
Harvard since 1950, director Raytheon; Marion Edleman, head of legal div.
NAACP, adv. council Martin Luther King Fndtn, Eleanor Roosevelt Institute,
Yale Univ. Corp., received Whitney Young award. Her husband Peter Edleman
was law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Arthur Goldberg, Judge Henry
Friendly, spec. legal asst. Robert F. Kennedy 1964-68, would have been named
Atty. Gen. in an RFK administration, is director of RFK Memorial, directed
Edward Kennedy’s presidential campaign, was Ford Foundation fellow; Robert
Ellsworth, partner Lazard Freres, asst. to President of the U.S. 1969,
Ambassador to NATO, 1969-70, deputy Sec. Defense 1976-77, Institute of
Strategic Studies, Atlantic Institute, Atlantic Council; Guido Goldman;
Carl Kaplan; John E. Kilgore Jr. banker with J.H. Whitney Co., Paine Webber,
now chmn Cambridge Royalty Co. of Houston (whose directors are Frederic A.
Bush, H. Haslam, Francis J. Rheinhardt Jr.). Other directors of German
Marshall Fund are Joyce Dannen Miller, dir. Amalgamated Clothing Workers
Union since 1962, Planned Parenthood, ACLU, A. Philip Randolph Institute,
Sidney Hillman Foundation, AFL-CIO, NAACP, Jewish Labor Committee, American
Jewish Committee; Steven Muller, born in Hamburg, naturalized 1949, Rhodes
Scholar, pres Johns Hopkins Univ., Center for International Studies, CSX
Corp., vice chairman Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond; John L. Siegenthaler,
publisher Nashville Tennessean; Richard C. Steadman, partner J.H. Whitney
Co., intelligence analyst U.S. Govt. 1957-59, American Ditchley Foundation,
Russell C. Train, judge U.S. Tax Court 1957-65, chief counsel House Ways &
Means Committee 1953-54, EPA 1973-77, president World Wildlife Fund,
director Union Carbide, Trilateral Commission, U.S. Commission for UNESCO.
These German associated groups had their origin in the
Morgenthau Plan, which resolved to lay Germany waste after World War II.
They maintain ironclad censorship in Germany, continue to split Germany into
two nations, in order to protect the borders of the Soviet Union (a primary
concern), with ruthless economic exploitation of the German people at the
hands of the World Order, and extort huge reparations payments from the
German workers, who have already paid more than $30 billion.
The most tragic victims of the World Order’s network of
foundations and universities are the nation’s youth. Filled with hope and
ambition, they attend colleges to prepare for careers, where their chief
advisers are the foundation eunuchs. They are carefully scrutinized to see
if they can be useful to the World Order, in which case they may be given
grants or fellowships, but the cruel fact is that unless they are fortunate
enough to be born into a family connection with members of the World Order,
or become protégés of a eunuch, most doors will forever remain closed to
them. Despite their talents or ability, they will be relegated to joining
the hewers of wood and the drawers of water for the rest of their lives. At
no time during their education will they be apprised of the fact that they
are the victims of a cruel hoax, that success in business, drama, art or
literature will be denied them because they do not have the required
connection with the World Order. The art scene is dominated by the New York
art dealers, who in turn are dominated by the Museum of Modern Art, founded
and controlled by the Rockefeller family. The founders were Nelson
Rockefeller, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller (wife of John D. Jr.), Blanchette
Hooker, wife of John D. 3rd, and Lizzie Bliss. Such is their power that
they can declare empty beer cans or piles of rope or rocks to be Great Art,
worth many thousands of dollars. They achieve a dual purpose of destroying
the creative life of the people while promoting the work of their favorite
propagandists. The new treasurer of the Smithsonian Museum, Ann Leven, was
formerly treasurer of Museum of Modern Art, also senior vice president of
corporate planning at Chase Manhattan Bank.
Nov. 1955 Fortune featured an article by William H.
Whyte, “Where the Foundations Fall Down”, which pointed out that the
foundations only grant funds to “big team” projects in institutions which
are under their control. Whyte says 76% of all foundation grants are made
to these “team” projects, citing huge sums given to the Russian Research
Center at Harvard by Carnegie, and Ford grants to the Center for Advanced
Study in Behavioral Science at Stanford. Foundation grants are rarely given
to individuals, and most can be traced to some underlying propaganda drive,
such as the $200,000 which the Rockefeller Foundation gave to establish the
National Bureau of Economic Research, whose “studies” effectively dominate
the world of American business today.
The involvement of the major foundations in military and
espionage work is shown by the makeup of two powerful “think tanks”, the
Rand corp. and the Mitre Corp. Chairman of the $180 million Mitre corp. is
Robert Charpie, president of Cabot Corp., director First Natl of Boston,
Champion and Honeywell. President of Mitre is Robert Everett, who serves on
the USAF Science Advisory Board, and Northern Energy Corp.; directors are
William T. Golden of Altschul’s firm, General American Investors, Block
Drug, Verde Exploration Ltd.; he is also secretary of the Carnegie Instn.
Washington; William J. McCune Jr. chairman of Polaroid; Teddy F. Walkowicz,
chairman Natl Aviation & Technology Corp.; and Robert C. Sprague, vice
pres. of his family firm, Sprague Electric, which interlocks with the
defense firm GK Technologies, of which former President Ford is director.
The chairman of Rand Corp. ($50 million research budget
annually) is Donald Rumsfeld, President Nixon’s righthand man in Washington
for many years; president is Donald B. Rice, Jr., served in office of
Secretary of Defense 1967-70, OMB 1969-72, director of Wells Fargo;
directors are Harold Brown, former Secretary of Defense, director AMAX, CBS,
IBM, Uniroyal, and Trilateral Commission; Frank Carlucci, a State Dept.
official since 1950, has served in Office of Economic Opportunity 1969-71,
OMB 1971-72, under Sec. HEW 1974-75, Ambassador to Portugal 1975-78, dep.
dir CIA 1978-81, dep. Secretary Defense 1981-84, now chairman Sears World
Trade Corp.; Carla Hills, former Secretary HUD; Walter J. Humann, exec.
vice pres. Hunt Oil Co. since 1976, president Hunt Investment Corp.,
president White House Fellows Institute; Walter E. Massey, physicist, spec.
in atomic weaponry, Argonne Natl Lab, Natl Science Fndtn, Natl Urban
League; Newton Minow, Adlai Stevenson’s law partner, chmn FCC 1961-63,
director Mayo Fndtn, Wm. Benton Fndtn, chairman of board Jewish Theological
Seminary, received George F. Peabody award; Paul G. Rogers, Congressman
from Florida, now partner the influential Washington law firm Hogan &
Hartson; Dennis Stanfill, Rhodes Scholar, chairman 20th century fund, was
with Lehman Bros., now treasurer Times Mirror Corp. Los Angeles, served as
political officer Chief of Naval Opus 1956-59; Solomon J. Buchsbaum,
physicist who came to U.S. 1953, naturalized 1957, pres. Science Advisory
Committee, Bell Labs, chmn Energy Research Board naval research MIT, Argonne
Lab, IBM fellow; William T. Coleman Jr.; Edwin E. Huddleson Jr. law clerk
to judge Hand, Justice Frank Murphy, and the State Dept.; general counsel
Atomic Energy Commission, president Harvard Law Review; Charles F. Knight,
chairman Emerson Electric, defense contractor controlled by the Symington
family, director Standard Oil of Ohio, McDonnell Douglas; Michael E. May,
born in France, physicist at Livermore Nuclear Lab, National Security
Council 1974; Lloyd B. Dforrissette, now president Markle Fndtn, vice pres.
Carnegie Corp., director American Council on Germany; Don W. Seldin, who
was chief of medical services at Parkland Hospital Dallas when the body of
Kennedy was brought in; and George W. Weyerhauser, director SoCal, Boeing,
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, member of the lumber family.