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Pilgrim Society

Pilgrim Society presidents

  • Benjamin, Strong (1914-1928)
  • Harrison, George (1928-1940)
  • Sproul, Allan (1941-1956)
  • Hayes, Alfred (1956-1975)
  • Volcker, Paul (1975-1979)
  • Anthony, Solomon (1980-1985)
  • Corrigan, E. Gerald (1985-1993)
  • McDonough, William J. (1993-2003)
  • Geithner, Timothy Franz (1961) 2003-present
    • "Timothy F. Geithner became the ninth president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on November 17, 2003. In that capacity, he serves as the vice chairman and a permanent member of the Federal Open Market Committee, the group responsible for formulating the nation's monetary policy. Mr. Geithner joined the Department of Treasury in 1988 and worked in three administrations for five Secretaries of the Treasury in a variety of positions. He served as Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs from 1999 to 2001 under Secretaries Robert Rubin and Lawrence Summers. He was director of the Policy Development and Review Department at the International Monetary Fund from 2001 until 2003. Before joining the Treasury, Mr. Geithner worked for Kissinger Associates Mr. Geithner graduated from Dartmouth College with a bachelor’s degree in government and Asian studies in 1983 and from the Johns Hopkins University| of Advanced International Studies with a master’s in International Economics and East Asian Studies in 1985. He has studied Japanese and Chinese and has lived in East Africa, India, Thailand, China and Japan. Mr. Geithner serves as chairman of the G-10 Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems of the Bank for International Settlements. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Group of Thirty, a member of the board of directors of the Center for Global Development in Washington, D.C., a member of the board of trustees of the RAND Corporation and a trustee of the Economic Club of New York. He and his wife, Carole Sonnenfeld Geithner, have two children." [36]
    • "Carole Marie Sonnenfeld and Timothy Franz Geithner, 1983 graduates of Dartmouth College, were married yesterday at his parents' summer home in East Orleans, Mass. The Rev. Thomas Keehn, a United Church of Christ minister, officiated. Mrs. Geithner, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sonnenfeld of Princeton, N.J., is a research associate for Common Cause (?), a public-affairs lobbying group in Washington. Her father is a professor of French and comparative literature at Princeton University. Her mother, Portia Sonnenfeld, is conductor of the Chamber Symphony of Princeton. Mr. Geithner, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Geithner of Larchmont, N.Y., graduated from the International School of Bangkok, Thailand. His father is the program officer in charge of developing countries for the Ford Foundation. His mother, Deborah Geithner, is a piano teacher. Mary P. Schowalter was maid of honor. Mr. Geithner was best man for his son." [37]
    • To research:
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Pilgrim Society royal members

  • Windsor, Queen Elizabeth Mary II (1926-)
    • See also: House of Guelph, Guelphs and Ghibellines, Mountbatten-Windsor (her personal surname)
    • Queen of England since 1953, married to Prince Philip Mountbatten. The Queen has been, and might still be, a major stockholder in the Rio Tinto Group and other large corporations. No official details are ever released.
    • See also: Paul Burrell affair
    • Knight of Malta info:
      • "the Commonwealth of Nations, headed by Queen Elizabeth II, is made up of 53 nations, spanning the globe, accounting for one-fifth of the land mass of the Earth, and a very high percentage of its strategic resources and population. Though nominally an alliance of independent states, the Commonwealth was itself founded, in the late 19th Century, as a perpetuation of the British Empire." - Jeffrey Steinberg [38]
      • "She commands some of the Maltese Cross's inner hierarchy cores such as Pilgrim Society and Order of the Garter. Remember how this Guelph has control over the United States which has always been controlled by the Hudson Bay Company or should we say Russel Trust. She so-called owns 1/6th of the Earth's land! She's the wealthiest land owner in the entire World far excelling the Pope who's third." [39]
      • "And let's not forget the Queen of England and the Order of St.John in the USA : http://www.saintjohn.org/ and the so called Russian Grand Priory in exile now back in control of good old communist Russia another creation and evil experiment of the Vatican lead New World Order, this link represents the Russian Orthodox connection to the rulers of worlwide Christianity the Vatican and their Knights of Malta militia from Via Condotti... [40]" [41]
  • Laurence, Princess Anne (1950)
  • Windsor, Prince Charles (1948)
  • Windsor, Prince Andrew Edward (1960)
  • Windsor, Prince Arthur William Patrick Albert president (1850–1942)
  • Windor, Prince Edward (1935)

Pilgrim Society members

  • Adams, Charles Francis IV 1910-1999
    • "US electronics industrialist. He served as the first president of the Raytheon Company between 1948 and 1960, and again from 1962 to 1964. He served as the chairman of the Raytheon Company between 1960 and 1962, and again from 1964 until 1972. He was the son of Charles Francis Adams III. He was the great-great-great grandson of US President John Adams and United States Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Williams Crowninshield. Adams was born in Boston and attended St. Mark’s School, graduated from Harvard College in 1932 and attended Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. Adams was a sixth generation Harvard legacy student (his great-great-great-grandfather, President John Adams graduated from Harvard in 1755). Adams married twice. First he was married to the late Margaret Stockton Adams by whom he had four children: Abigail (Mrs. James C.Manny); Alison (Mrs. Paul G. Hagan); Charles Francis V and Timothy. In 1973, Adams then married the former Mrs. Beatrice D. Penati. He had a total of ten grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Mr. Adams was awarded honorary degrees by Suffolk University, Northeastern University, Bates College and Tufts University." (wikipedia)
    • "Direct descendant of President John Adams and John Quincy Adams. Spent several years with his parents in St. Petersburg, Russia (red: masonic/communistic business relations?). Harvard College. Partner in Paine, Webber, Jackson, & Curtis banking firm 1937-1947. Director of Raytheon 1938-1942. U.S. Naval Reserve with active duty, commanding destroyer escorts in the Atlantic & Pacific theaters 1942-1945. Commander in chief of the Atlantic Fleet 1945-1947. President of Raytheon (sales grew forty fold in his almost 40 years with the company) 1948-1960 & 1962-1964. Chairman of Raytheon 1960-1962 & 1964-1972. Retired as director of Raytheon in 1997. Director of the First National Bank of Boston, the Gillette Company, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, Sheraton Corporation, Bath Iron Works, Associated Industries of Massachusetts, the Boston Chamber of Commerce, Pan American World Airways, and the Massachusetts Higher Education Assistance Corporation. Chairman of the Board of Visitors of Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. Trustee of the Children's Hospital, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the Industrial School for Crippled Children, the Massachusetts Humane Society, the Naval War College Foundation and more. A fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and Vice President of the Massachusetts Historical Society." [42]
  • Acheson, Dean Gooderham 1893-1973
  • Acton, Lord alive
  • Adler, Julius Ochs 1892-1955
  • Aiken, Alfred Lawrence exec. committee 1870-1946
  • Aldrich, Herbert I. unknown
  • Aldrich, Nelson Wilmarth 1841-1915
  • Aldrich, Winthrop Williams 1885-1974
  • Aldrich, Malcolm Pratt born 1900
  • Aldrich, Hulbert Stratton born 1907
  • Alexander, Charles Beatty 1849-1927
  • Alexander, Henry Clay unknown
  • Anderson, Arthur Marvin died 1966
  • Angell, Ernest unknown
  • Angelson, Mark A. alive
  • Annenberg, Walter H. 1908-2002
  • Armour, Norman 1887-1982
  • Armstrong, Anne Legendre 1927-alive
  • Astor, William Waldorf 1848-1919
    • "I believe at least five Astor's are now members of the Pilgrim Society. The Pilgrims had recently included David Astor, John Jacob Astor 8th, and William Waldorf Astor 3rd. And during the 1970s, Baron Astor of Hever was the President of the London branch of the Pilgrims. This implies that Astor of Hever was at least the next level up in the chain of command. The higher levels started creating innocent sounding cover organizations to hide their meetings behind. In1901, the Astor's contributed toward the creation of the Pilgrim Society, which was the cover organization for American & British 6° Princes of the Illuminati. I believe at least five Astor's are now members of the Pilgrim Society. The_Astor_family" [43]
  • Astor, William Vincent 1891-1959
  • Astor, (Roberta) Brooke Russell 1902-alive
  • Astor, Francis David Langhorne 1912-2001
  • Astor, Gavin 1918-1984
  • Astor, John Jacob, 8th 1946-alive
  • Attlee, Clement Richard 1883-1967
  • Bache, Jules Semon 1861-1944
  • Bail, Ancell H. unknown
  • Baker, George Fisher 1840-1931
  • Baker, George Fisher III alive
  • Baker, James Addison III 1930-alive
  • Ball, George Wildman 1909-1994
  • Barber, Charles Finch unknown
  • Barco, James William born 1916
  • Barlow, Sir Clement Anderson Montague 1868-1951
  • Barratt, J. Arthur unknown
  • Bartlett, Edmund unknown
  • Bayne, Stephen F., Jr unknown
  • Beck, James M. 1861-1936
  • Bell, Elliott V. unknown
  • Belmont, August, Jr. 1851-1924
  • Benkard, Franklin Bartlett 1902-1977
  • Bennet, Courtenay Walter unknown
  • Benton, William 1900-1973
  • Beresford, Charles William de la Poer co-founder 1846-1919
  • Bernstein, Leonard 1918-1990
  • Bertron, Samuel Reading unknown
  • Berwind, Edward J. 1848-1936
  • Biddle, David H. unknown
  • Biddle, Francis Beverly 1886-1968
  • Biddle, Anthony J. Drexel, Jr. 1897-1961
  • Bigelow, Robert W. unknown
  • Bingham, Robert Worth 1871-1937
  • Bingham, Thomas Henry 1934-alive
  • Bissell, Pelham Saint George 1887-1943
  • Black, Eugene Robert 1898-1991
  • Bobst, Elmer Holmes 1885-1978
  • Boron, Robert Lew unknown
  • Boucher, Richard A. 1951-alive
  • Brandi, Frederic H. unknown
  • Brewster, Kingman, Jr. 1919-1988
  • Brownlie, Ian G.M. 1931-2002
  • Bryce, Viscount James president 1838-1922
  • Bristol, Lee Hasting unknown
  • Brittain III, Alfred unknown
  • Brittain, Sir Harry co-founder & chairman 1873-1974
  • Brown, Franklin Q. exec. committee unknown
  • Bruce, David Kirkpatrick Este vice-president 1898-1977
  • Bruce, James Cabell 1892-1980
  • Bullock, Hugh president unknown
  • Burden, William A. Moale vice-president 1906-1984
  • Burger, Warren Earl 1907-1995
  • Burleigh, George W. unknown
  • Burnham, Lord Edward Levy-Lawson 1833-1916
  • Burns, Arthur Frank 1904-1987
  • Bush, Irving T. 1869-1948
  • Nicholas Murray Butler president 1862-1947
  • Cadbury, Laurence John 1889-1982
  • Carlton, Newcomb 1869-1953
  • Carnegie, Andrew 1835-1919
  • Carrington, Lord Peter Rupert president 1919-alive
  • Cates, Louis S. 1881-1959
  • Cates, John Martin, Jr. unknown
  • Catlin, George Edward Gordon 1896-1979
  • Catto, Henry Edward, Jr. 1930-alive
  • Calhoun, John Calwell 1843-1918
  • Caulcutt, Sir John born 1876
  • Cave, Viscount George President 1856-1928
  • Cecil, Lord Robert Gascoyne 1864-1958
  • Chadbourne, William Merriam born 1879
  • Chaffee, Adna Romanza 1842-1914
  • Chamberlain, Arthur Neville 1869-1940
  • Charles, Michael Harrison
  • Choate, Joseph H. President 1832-1917
  • Christopher, Warren M. 1925-alive
  • Chrysler, Walter Percy 1875-1940
  • Church, Elihu hon. secretary unknown
  • Churchill, Sir Winston 1874-1965
  • Clarke, Sir Caspar Purdon 1846-1911
  • Clarkson, Robert unknown
  • Clews, James B. unknown
  • Clover, Richardson 1846-1919
  • Coleman, Charles P. born 1865
  • Coleman, Leighton Hammond unknown
  • Coleshill, Lord Vincent of 1931-alive
  • Collier, Barron Gift 1873-1939
  • Collins, Richard Henn 1842-1911
  • Collins, Robert Moore born 1867
  • Connelly, Joan Breton
  • Corbin, Henry Clark 1842-1909
  • Cornwallis, Lord 1892-1982
  • Coudert, Frederic René 1832–1903
  • Coudert, Frederic René, Jr. 1898-1972
  • Coudert, Alexis Carrel 1914-1980
  • Crankshaw, Sir Eric Norman Spencer 1885-1966
  • Cromwell, William Nelson 1854-1948
  • Crossley, Sir Julian hon. treasurer 1899–1971
  • Crowe, William J., Jr. 1925-alive
  • Cullman, Hugh unknown
  • Cullman, Joseph F. III unknown
  • Curzon, Lord George 1859-1925
  • Cutting, Robert Fulton 1852-1934
  • Davis, John William 1873-1955
  • Davison, Henry Pomeroy 1867-1922
  • Dawes, Charles G. exec. committee 1865-1951
  • Dean, Arthur Hobson 1898-1987
  • Debs, Richard A. alive
  • Depew, Chauncey Mitchell co-founder & exec. committee 1834-1928
  • Dillon, Clarence 1882-1979
  • Dillon, Clarence Douglas 1909-2003
  • Dilworth, Joseph Richardson 1916-1997
  • Dinkey, Alva Clymer 1866-1931
  • Dorrance, John Thompson, Jr died 1989
  • Douglas, Donald 1892-1981
  • Douglas, Lewis Williams 1894-1974
  • Drum, Hugh Aloysius 1879-1951
  • Duke, James Buchanan 1856-1925
  • Duke, Angier Biddle 1915-1995
  • Dulles, John Foster 1888-1959
  • Dulles, Allen Welsh 1893-1969
  • Duncan, William Butler president 1830-1912
  • Dunn, Gano exec. committee 1870-1953
  • Lammot du Pont? (Du Pont, Lammot (Copeland) 1905-1983)
    • [[Lammot du Pont, II (1880- ). + [59]?
  • Eells, Richard unknown
  • Ekblom, Harry E. 1915-alive
  • Eliot, Ellsworth, Jr 1864-1945
  • William Phelps Eno 1858-1945
  • Esher, Viscount Reginald unknown
  • Evans, James H. 1920-alive
  • Fairhaven, Lord 1896-1966
  • William Stamps Farish III born 1939
    • The Bush-Farish axis had begun back in 1929. In that year the Harriman bank bought Dresser Industries, supplier of oil-pipeline couplers to Standard and other companies. Prescott Bush became a director and financial czar of Dresser, installing his Yale classmate Neil Mahlon as chairman. George Bush would later name one of his sons after the Dresser executive.
    • William S. Farish was the main organizer of the Humble Oil Co. of Texas, which Farish merged into the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey. Farish built up the Humble-Standard empire of pipelines and refineries in Texas
    • Bush and Farish: When George Bush was elected Vice President in 1980, Texas mystery man William (`` Will ) Stamps Farish III took over management of all of George Bush's personal wealth in a `` blind trust. Known as one of the richest men in Texas, Will Farish keeps his business affairs under the most intense secrecy. Only the source of his immense wealth is known, not its employment. Will Farish has long been Bush's closest friend and confidante. He is also the unique private host to Britain's Queen Elizabeth II: Farish owns and boards the studs which mate with the Queen's mares. That is her public rationale when she comes to America and stays in Farish's house. It is a vital link in the mind of our Anglophile President. President Bush can count on Will Farish not to betray the violent secrets surrounding the Bush family money. For Farish's own family fortune was made in the same Hitler project, in a nightmarish partnership with George Bush's father. On March 25, 1942, U.S. Assistant Attorney General Thurman Arnold announced that William Stamps Farish (grandfather of the President's money manager) had pled `` no contest to charges of criminal conspiracy with the Nazis. Farish was the principal manager of a worldwide cartel between Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey and the I.G. Farben concern. The merged enterprise had opened the Auschwitz slave labor camp on June 14, 1940, to produce artificial rubber and gasoline from coal. The Hitler government supplied political opponents and Jews as the slaves, who were worked to near death and then murdered. Arnold disclosed that Standard Oil of N.J. (later known as Exxon), of which Farish was president and chief executive, had agreed to stop hiding from the United States patents for artificial rubber which the company had provided to the Nazis.[44]
  • Faulkner, Sir Eric Odin 1914-1994
  • Field, Marshall 1834-1906
  • Flagler, Henry Morrison 1830-1913
  • Folsom, Frank Marion 1894-1970
  • Forbes, Malcolm Stevenson, Sr. 1917-1990
  • Forbes, Malcolm Stevenson "Steve", Jr. 1947-alive
  • Forbes, Christopher Franklin, George S., Jr. unknown
  • Fraser, Leon exec. committee born 1889
  • Fréchette, Louise Guest speaker 1946-alive
  • Funston, George Keith 1910-1992
  • Gallatin, Eugene 1881-1952
  • Gardner, John W. 1912-2002
  • Gates, Thomas Sovereign, Jr. 1906-1983
  • Gerard , James W. vice-president 1867-1951
  • Giffard, Lord Hardinge Stanley 1825-1921
  • Gifford, Walter S. 1885-1966
  • Gilman, Daniel Coit 1831-1908
  • Gilpatrick, Roswell L. unknown
  • Gordon, Albert Hamilton 1901-alive
  • Gordon, Lord John Campbell 1847-1934
  • Gould, Edwin 1866-1933
  • Gould, Samuel B. 1910-alive
  • Grace, J. Peter 1913-1995
  • Graham, William J. 1877-1963
  • Greenwood, Lord Hamar chairman 1870-1948
  • Grenfell, Lord William Henry chairman 1855-1945
  • Grenfell, Sir William (Max-Muller) 1867-1945
  • Grey, Lord Edward president 1862-1933
  • Grosvenor, Gerald Cavendish 1951-alive
  • Hacking, Lord David 1938-alive
  • Haggard, Sir Godfrey Digby Napier exec. committee 1884-1969
  • Halifax, Lord Edward Wood 1881-1959
  • Hambro, Rupert N. 1943-alive
  • Harbord, James G. 1866-1947
  • Harbord, John O. dead
  • Harcourt, Viscount William Edward 1908-1979
  • Harkness, Edward Stephen 1874-1940
  • Harriman, Edward Henry 1848-1909
  • Harrison, George Leslie exec. committee 1887-1958
  • Hartford, Huntington III 1911-alive
  • Harvey, George 1864–1928
  • Hauge, Gabriel 1914-1981
  • Hay, Andrew "Anthony" MacKenzie unknown
  • Hayes, Alfred died 1989
  • Healy, Harold Harris, Jr. 1921-alive
  • Heard, George Alexander 1917-alive
  • Heinz, Henry John II 1908-1987
  • Hepburn, Alonzo 1846–1922
  • Herbert, Sir Michael died
  • Hewart, Viscount Gordon 1870-1943
  • Hewitt, William Alexander 1915-1998
  • Hill, John Warren died
  • Hill, James J. 1838-1916
  • Hoffman, Paul Gray 1891-1974
  • Hogan, Frank J. 1877-1944
  • Hogg, Douglas McGarel vice-president 1872-1950
  • Holt, Hamilton 1872-1951
  • Hornblower, Henry II 1917-1985
  • Hoving, Walter 1897-1988
  • Houghton, Alanson Bigelow, Jr. 1863-1941
  • Hughes, Billy 1862-1952
  • Hughes, Charles Evans 1862-1948
  • Hyde, James Hazen 1876-1959
  • Inge, Lord Peter President 1935-alive
  • Jackson, N. Baxter died
  • Jenkins, Roy Harris exec. committee 1920-2003
  • Jennings, Oliver Gould died 1936
  • Johnson, Joseph Esrey 1906-1990
  • Kahn, Otto Hermann 1867-1934
  • Kellogg, Frank B. 1856-1937
  • Kemmerer, Edwin Walter 1875-1945
  • Kerr of Kinlochard, Lord John 1942-alive
  • Kerr, Lord Philip Henry 1882-1940
  • Keswick, Sir William Johnston "Tony" 1903-1990
  • Kinnaird, Lord 1847-1923
  • Kirk, Grayson Louis vice-president 1903-1997
  • Kitchener, Lord Horatio H. 1850-1916
  • Kleinwort, Sir Cyril Hugh 1905-1980
  • Knight, Robert Huntington alive
  • Krech, Alvin W. died
  • Lader, Philip Lamington, 2nd Lord 1860-1940
  • Lamont, Thomas William chairman exec. committee 1870-1948
  • Lamont, Gordon 1893-dead
  • Lamont, Thomas Stilwell 1899-dead
  • Lamont, Corliss (*may not have been a member, but certainly was as close as you can get)
  • 1902-1995 Lansing, Robert 1864-1928
  • Lavis, Fred 1864-1928
  • Lee, Ivy L. 1877-1934
  • Lee, James E. 1906-died
  • Leffingwell, Russell C. 1878-1960
  • Lehman, Robert 1891 - 1969
  • Leslie, John Ethelbert unknown
  • Louis, John J., Jr. died 1995
  • Lucas, Charles Clement, Jr. alive
  • Luce, Henry Robinson 1898-1967
  • Luce, Henry III president 1925-alive
  • Maclamroc, James Gwaltney Westwarren exec. committee 1905-died
  • Macomber, John Dewitt 1928-alive
  • Makins, Lord Roger Mellor 1904-1996
  • Mallory, Walter Hampton 1892-1980
  • Marburg, Theodore 1862-1946
  • Marcosson, Isaac Frederick 1876-1961
  • Marshall, George Catlett 1880-1959
  • Martin, Luther III unknown
  • Martin, William McChesney, Jr. 1906-1998
  • Martin, Alastair Bradley unknown
  • Maull, Baldwin unknown
  • Mayer, John Anton unknown
  • McCain, John Sidney, Jr. 1911-1981
  • McCloy, John Jay 1895-1989
  • McGarrah, Gates W. unknown
  • McHugh, Keith Stratton unknown
  • Mellon, Andrew W. 1855-1937
  • Mellon, Paul W. 1907-1999
  • Metcalf, Bryce exec. committee unknown
  • Milbank, Jeremiah unknown
  • Miller, William Christian unknown
  • Milner, Lord Alfred co-founder 1854-1925
  • Moore, George Stevens 1905-2000
  • Moore, Charles Garrett Ponsonby 1910-1989
  • Morgan, John Pierpont 1837-1913
  • Morgan, John Pierpont, Jr. 1867-1943
  • Morgan, William Fellowes 1860-1943
  • Morgenthau, Henry, Jr. 1891-1967
  • Morrow, Dwight Whitney 1873-1931
  • Morton, Levi Parsons 1824–1920
  • Morton, William H. unknown
  • Norman, Lord Montagu Collett 1871-1950
  • Northcliffe, Lord Alfred Harmsworth 1865-1922
  • Ochs, Adolph Simon 1858-1935
  • O’Conner, Sandra Day 1930-alive
  • Odlum, Floyd Bostwick 1892-1976
  • Olin, John Merrill 1892-1982
  • O'Ryan, John F. 1874-1961
  • Otis, Norton unknown
  • Page, Walter Hines 1855-1918
  • Page, Walter Hines II 1917-1999
  • Paley, William S. 1901-1990
  • Parker, Sir Gilbert 1862–1932
  • Parry, Sir Emyr Jones 1947-alive
  • Parsons, Sir Maurice Henry unknown
  • Pattberg Emil J., Jr. died
  • Patterson, Ellmore Clark 1913-2004
  • Patterson, Richard Cunningham Jr. 1886-1966
  • Peabody, Charles A. 1849-1931
  • Peabody, Richard A. 1860-1910
  • Peale, Norman Vincent 1898-1993
  • Penrose, Charles born 1886
  • Penrose, Charles, Jr. born 1921
  • Perry, James De Wolf vice-president 1871-1947
  • Perryman, Francis Spencer 1896-1959
  • Phelps-Stokes, James Graham 1872-1960
  • Phillips, Lord Nicholas Addison 1938-alive
  • Phipps, Henry 1839-1930
  • Polk, Frank L. 1871-1943
  • Potter, Henry Codman 1835-1908
  • Preston, Lewis Thompson 1926-1995
  • Price, Charles H., II
  • Putney III, William Beaumont unknown
  • Pyne, Percy Rivington II born 1882
  • Pyne, Eben Wright exec.- committee unknown
  • Rabin, Charles H. unknown
  • Randolph, Francis F. born 1889
  • Ray, William F. died 2001
  • Raymond, Chevalier Ronald A. alive
  • Reading, Lord Rufus Daniel Isaacs 1860-1935
  • Reed, Philip Dunham 1899-1989
  • Rehnquist, William H. 1924-2005
  • Reid, Whitelaw exec. committee 1837–1912
  • Reid, Ogden Mills 1882-1947
  • Reid, Ogden Rogers exec. committee 1925-alive
  • Renwick of Clifton,
  • Lord Robin alive
  • Reynolds, Richard S., Jr. 1908-1980
  • Rhinelander, Philip unknown
  • Rhodes, Cecil John 1853-1902
  • Richard, Sir Ivor Seward 1932
  • Richardson, Frank W. unknown
  • Richardson, Elliot L. 1920-1999
  • Richardson, Lord Gordon 1915-alive
  • Ridgway, Matthew Bunker 1895-1993
  • Rifkind, Sir Malcolm Leslie 1946-alive
  • Roberts, Lord Frederick Sleigh
  • president 1832-1914
  • Robertson, Lord 1946-alive
  • Robinson, Leland Rex unknown
  • Rockefeller, Percy Avery 1878-1934
  • Rockefeller, James Stillman 1902-2004
  • Rockefeller, Nelson Aldrich 1908-1979
  • Rockefeller, David 1915-alive
  • Roe, Charles Francis 1848-1922
  • Roosa, Robert Vincent unknown
  • Roosevelt, John 1916-1981
  • Root, Elihu 1845-1937
  • Roper, Elmo 1900-1971
  • Rothschild, Edmund Leopold 1916-alive
  • Royall, Kenneth Claiborne 1894-1971
  • Rusk, David Dean 1909-1994
  • Russell, M. Lindsay co-founder unknown
  • Sanderson, Sir Percy died
  • Sanger, William Cary 1853-1921
  • Sarnoff, David 1891-1971
  • Satterlee, Herbert vice-president 1863-1947
  • Schiff, Jacob Henry 1847–1920
  • Schiff, Mortimer L. unknown
  • Schiff, John M. treasurer 1904-1987
  • Schiff, David T. unknown
  • Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr. 1917-alive
  • Schwab, Charles M. 1862-1939
  • Schuettinger, Robert L. unknown
  • Scott, Harold B. unknown
  • Scribner, Charles (IV) Jr. 1921-1995
  • Scully, Leonard T. died 1997
  • Seaborg, Glenn T.
  • Segal, Martin E. 1916-alive
  • Seitz, Raymond G.H. 1940-alive
  • Shannon, John 1955-alive
  • Sherrill, Charles Hitchcock 1867-1936
  • Shields, William exec. committee unknown
  • Shultz, George P. born 1920
  • Sigmon, Robert unknown
  • Simmons, J. Edward unknown
  • Simon, William Edward 1927-2000
  • Sinclair, John J. Unknown
  • Sinclair, William MacDonald exec. committee 1850-1917
  • Sowden, William 1858–1936
  • Sloane, John 1883-1971
  • Smith, Olcott Damon 1907-2000
  • Sparks, Sir Ashley unknown
  • Speyer, James Joseph 1861-1941
  • Spiller, Jill unknown
  • Spitzer, Eliot unknown
  • Sprague, Robert Chapman 1900-1991
  • Spring-Rice, Sir Cecil Arthur 1859-1918
  • Sproul, Allan 1896–1978
  • Stahel, Julius 1825-1912
  • Stanley, Edward George Villiers chairman 1865-1948
  • Stetson, Eugene W. 1882-1959
  • Stetson, Eugene W., Jr. unknown
  • Stewart, James C. unknown
  • Stillman, Chauncey D. died 1989
  • Stimson, Henry Lewis 1867-1950
  • Strathcona, Lord Donald Alexander Smith 1830-1914
  • Strathmore, Mary alive
  • Strauss, Elliott Bowman Strong, Benjamin, Jr. 1872-1928
  • Stuart, Sir Collin Campbell 1885-1972
  • Studd, Sir Kynaston 1858-1944
  • Sunderland, Edwin Sherwood Stowell 1887-1964
  • Sutherland, Peter Denis b. 1946
  • Swope, Gerard 1872-1957
  • Symington, William Stuart 1901-1988
  • Taft, William Howard 1857-1930
  • Taft, Henry Waters 1859-1945
  • Taylor, Sir John Wilson unknown
  • Taylor, General Maxwell D. 1901-1987
  • Taylor, Myron Charles exec. committee 1874-1959
  • Thatcher, Margaret 1925-alive
  • Thayer, Walter Nelson unknown
  • Thomson, Lord Roy Herbert 1894-1976
  • Thomson, Kenneth Roy 1923-alive
  • Tiarks, Henry Frederick unknown
  • Tillinghast, Charles C. Jr. 1911-1998
  • Tower, John Goodwin chairman 1925-1991
  • Townsend, Lynn Alfred 1919-alive
  • Trevor, John B. unknown
  • Tuckerman, Eliot hon. treasurer born 1872
  • Tuttle, Robert Holmes
  • Twain, Mark 1835-1910
  • Tweedy, Lawrence unknown
  • Vance, Cyrus Roberts 1917-2002
  • Vanderlip, Frank Arthur 1864-1934
  • Vaughan II, G. Tully 1932-2003
  • Vokey, Richard Snow unknown
  • Volcker, Paul A. 1927-alive
  • Vreeland, Edward Butterfield 1856-1936
  • Vreeland, Herbert Harold died
  • Wade-Gery, Sir Robert
  • Walker, Sir David alive
  • Warburg, Paul Moritz president 1868–1932
  • Warburg, Sir Siegmund George 1902-1982
  • Warburg, George unknown
  • Ward, George Gray died
  • Ward, Harry E. exec. committee born 1879
  • Ward, Nicholas Donnell alive
  • Warren, Louis Bancel unknown
  • Watson, Lord Alan exec. committee
  • Watson, Thomas J. Jr. 1914-1993
  • Watson, Arthur K. unknown
  • Webster, Bethuel M. unknown
  • Weston, Sir John alive
  • Wheeler, General Joseph co-founder 1836-1906
  • Wheeler, Post 1869-1956
  • White, Henry 1850-1927
  • White, James G. unknown
  • Whitman, Charles S. exec. committee 1868-1947
  • Whitney, Eli (Debevoise) 1899-1990
  • Whitney, John Hay vice-president 1904-1982
  • Wickersham, George Woodward 1858-1936
  • Wiggin, Albert Henry 1868-1951
  • Williamson, Frederick E. exec. committee 1876-1944
  • Wilson, Carroll Louis died 1982
  • Wilson, George T. chairman 1859-
  • Winant, John Gilbert 1889-1947
  • Wince-Smith, Deborah L. Wolfe, Henry Cutler 1898-1976
  • Wood, Leonard 1860-1927
  • Woods, George Donald 1901-1982
  • Woolley, Clarence Mott 1863-1956
  • Worcester, Robert M. chairman alive
  • Wrench, Sir Evelyn 1882-1966
  • Wright, Joshua Butler 1877-1939
  • Wriston, Henry M. president 1889-1978
  • Wriston, Walter Bigelow 1919-2005
  • Young, Owen D. exec. committee 1874-1962
  • Young, Samuel Baldwin Marks 1840-1924
  • Zirin, James D. exec. committee

Order of the Garter

  • The order has over a 1000 royal members [47] and a (claimed) maximum of 24 non-royal members [48], personally chosen by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, who is also a member. It is awarded for 'outstanding public service and achievement'.
Order of the Garter

3rd row: Lord Indg, The Duke of Abercorn, Lord Ashburton, The Register The Dean of Windsor, Sir Edmund Hillary, The prelate The Bishop of Winchester, Sir Timothy Coleman, The Secretary Hubert Chessyre, Sir William Gladstone and Sir Anthony Acland.

2nd row: Page of Honour The Honourable John Bowes-Lyon, Black Rod Sir Michael Willcocks, Sir Edward Heath, The Duke of Devonshire, Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover, The Duke of Wellington, The Chancellor Lord Carrington, Lord Richardson of Duntisbourne, Lord Kingsdown, Lady Thatcher, Garter Peter Gwynn-Jones, Page of Honour Lord Carnegie.

Front row: from left to right : The Duke of Grafton, The King of Spain, The Queen of Denmark, The Duke of Gloucester, The Princess Royal, The Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth II of the UK, The Prince of Wales, The Duke of Kent, Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg, The Queen of the Netherlands, The King of Norway.

Chancellors

Since 1937, the following members have held the post of Chancellor [50]:

Members

  • Prince William of Wales ("William Arthur Philip Louis") (1982)
    • "Prince William appointed the 1000th Knight of the Garter by the Queen" [51]:
      • "Prince William was awarded his first major royal honour yesterday when the Queen appointed him a garter knight. Founded by Edward III in 1348, the Order of the Garter is the most senior and the oldest British Order of Chivalry and is one of the few honours in the Queen’s gift to give without Prime Ministerial advice." ... "William, 25, will become the 1000th Knight in the Register and joins his grand-father, the Duke of Edinburgh and father, Prince Charles. There are also 24 companions of the order, an honour given to those who have held public office, who have contributed in a particular way to national life or who have served the Sovereign personally."
  • John Major (since 2005)
  • HRH The Duke of Edinburgh 1947
  • HRH The Prince of Wales 1958
  • HRH The Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg 1972
  • HM Queen Margrethe of Denmark 1979
  • HM King Carl Gustaf of Sweden 1983
  • HRH The Duke of Kent 1985
  • HM King Juan Carlos of Spain 1988
  • HRH The Princess Royal 1994
  • The Duke of Gloucester 1997
  • The Emperor of Japan 1998
  • HM King Harald of Norway 2001
  • HRH Princess Alexandra, The Hon. Lady Ogilvy 2003
  • The Duke of Grafton 1976
  • The Lord Richardson of Duntisbourne 1983
  • The Lord Carrington 1985
  • The Lord Callaghan of Cardiff 1987 (D. 26 March 2005)
  • The Duke of Wellington 1990
  • Field Marshal the Lord Bramall 1990
  • Sir Edward Heath 1992
  • The Viscount Ridley 1992
  • The Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover 1992
  • The Rt Hon Sir Ninian Stephen 1994
  • The Lord Kingsdown 1994
  • The Lord Ashburton 1994
  • The Baroness Thatcher 1995
  • Sir Edmund Hillary 1995 (was he just a 'trophy' member?)
  • Sir Timothy Colman 1996
  • The Duke of Abercorn 1999
  • Sir William Gladstone, Bt 1999
  • Field Marshal The Lord Inge 2001
  • Sir Antony Acland 2001
  • The Duke of Westminster 2003
  • The Right Honourable Lord Butler of Brockwell 2003
  • The Right Honourable Lord Morris of Aberavon 2003
  • Richard Napier Luce ("Baron Luce", former Lord Chamberlain)[52]
  • Thomas Raymond Dunne ("Lord Lieutenant of Herefordshire") [53]

Order of the Golden Fleece

"It was modelled on the English Order of the Garter... Like the Garter it was restricted to a limited number of knights, initially..." [54]

See also: Category:Knights of the Golden Fleece (200 members listed)

Order of the Holy Sepulchre

  • "The Order is, along with the Knights of Malta a virtual Sovereign State with membership of many international bodies and observer status at others (such as the United Nations). The Grand Masters of the two Orders are thus Papal Viceroys who provide Vatican diplomacy with procedural support for making motions, proposing Amendments and requiring votes in the sphere of international diplomacy." (wikipedia)

Grand Masters

Members

  • (todo)

Sovereign Military Order of Malta

Estimated present membership: 12.500 ("The organisation has 12,500 members and 80,000 volunteers ..." [59])

SMOM Grand Masters

todo: List of Grand Masters of the Knights Hospitaller

"The Sovereign Council of the Order of Malta is the government of the Order. It is composed of the Grand Master, the holders of the four High Offices (Grand Commander, Grand Chancellor, Grand Hospitaller and Receiver of the Common Treasure) and six other members. Apart from the Grand Master, they are elected by the Chapter General, by a majority of the Knights present. The Sovereign Council is called by the Grand Master and meets at the seat of the Order at least six times a year and whenever special circumstances require it." [65]

  • Giacomo Dalla Torre Del Tempio di Sanguinetto
  • Ludwig Hoffmann von Rumerstein
  • Andrew Bertie ("Andrew Willoughby Ninian Bertie") (1929-2008)
    • 78th SMOM "Grand Master"
    • "His full title is His Most Eminent Highness Fra Andrew Willoughby Ninian Bertie, Prince and Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta, Most Humble Guardian of the Poor of Jesus Christ. He has never married and has a younger brother. He is distantly related to Queen Elizabeth II. Fra Andrew was born in London, the son of the Hon. James Bertie (son of the 7th Earl of Abingdon) and Lady Jean Crichton-Stuart (the daughter of the Marquess of Bute). He was educated at the premier Catholic British school, Ampleforth College, and graduated in Modern History from Christ Church. He also attended the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London. From 1948 to 1950 he carried out military service in the Scots Guards, becoming a commissioned officer in 1949. After a short experience in the commercial sector, he taught modern languages (particularly French and Spanish) for twenty-three years at Worth Abbey School, a Benedictine Roman Catholic high school in Sussex, England. Fra Andrew was admitted to the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM) in 1956; he took Perpetual Vows and in 1981 became a Religious member. He has contributed to the government of the Order since 1981 as a member of the Sovereign Council and in April 1988 he was elected the 78th Grand Master. He is Hospitaller of the Sanctuary of Lourdes. He succeeded the late Fra Angelo de Mojana, the distinguished Milanese nobleman who had served the Order as Grand Master since 1962 and accomplished a great deal of modernization to its organization." (wikipedia)
  • Matthew Festing (1949) (79th SMOM Grandmaster, from 2008)
    • "Knights of Malta secretly elect Englishman as new grand master":
      • "ROME (CNS) — In a secret and swift election, the Knights of Malta elected an Englishman as their 79th grand master. Matthew Festing, who had been the Knights’ grand prior of England, was chosen March 11 to replace Andrew W.N. Bertie, who died in February. Festing, 59, will head the world’s oldest chivalric order, founded in the 11th century. He is only the second Englishman to hold the post of grand master; Bertie was the first." ... " Festing, an expert in art and history, joined the Knights in 1977 and in 1991 became a “professed” knight, taking religious vows. He is a descendent of Blessed Adrian Fortescue, a Knight of Malta who was martyred in the 16th century. As head of the English priory, Festing organized humanitarian assistance missions to Lebanon and Kosovo and led a delegation on the order’s annual pilgrimage with the sick to Lourdes." ... "The election of a grand master is a major event in Rome. Fifty electors, representing the 12,500 male and female members of the order, filed into the Knights’ villa on Rome’s Aventine Hill, wearing their distinctive red robes decorated with the Maltese cross. The election, which began with a Mass, had similarities to a papal conclave. The grand master had to be chosen from among the order’s approximately 50 professed Knights."
    • "79th Grand Master of the Order of Malta"

SMOM members

  • Alan Keyes
  • Alberto Moscato
  • Albrecht Freiherr von Boeselager
  • Alexandre de Marenches (1921-1995)
    • "Bernard Law is a Knight of Malta along with Alexandre de Marenches, former chief of French Intelligence under Giscard d'Estaing, himself a Knight of Malta. That is the same French Intelligence that sought to give Saddam Hussein a nuclear reactor for the building of a nuclear device." Eric Jon Phelps
  • Anatoli M. Golitsin
  • Angelo di Mojana (Prince)
  • Anthony Blunt
  • Antoine Pinay
  • Anton Turkul (Prince)
  • Antony Blair
  • Anthony Charles Zinni (1943)
    • Papal Gold Cross of Honor
    • CFR
    • United States Marine Corps, four-star General
    • United States Marine Corps, Operations Division at Headquarters, Head of the Special Operations and Terrorism Counteraction Section
    • United States Marine Corps, Marine Air-Ground Task Force, Head of Concepts and Capabilities Branch
    • United States Marine Corps, Quantico Base, Marine Air-Ground Training and Education Center, Chief of Staff
    • U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), Commander in Chief
    • organized Operation Desert Fox, airstrikes against Iraq December 1998, with the stated purpose of degrading Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction program
    • Special US envoy to Israel and the Palestinian Authority
    • Virginia Military Institute, Department of International Studies, Instructor
    • Virginia Military Institute, Stanley Chair in Ethics
    • University of California, Berkeley, Nimitz Chair
    • University of California, Berkeley, Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation
    • Joint Forces Staff College, Hofheimer Chair
    • College of William and Mary, board of the Reves Center for International Studies
    • College of William and Mary, Harriman Professorship of Government
    • College of William and Mary, Department of Government, Instructor
    • Center for Strategic and International Studies, Distinguished Advisor
    • World Security Institute, Center for Defense Information, Distinguished Military Fellow
    • Zinni has been floated as a possible Vice Presidential nominee for Barack Obama, should he win the Democratic nomination
    • See also: "Letter from the Dean" of Villanova University
  • Bernard Dorin
  • Bernard Francis Law
    • "After Bernard Francis Law resigned his position as Archbishop of Boston in December 2002 amid the church sex scandal, Lennon became very important in leading the troubled archdiocese through the turbulent times as he was the interim leader. He served as the Apostolic Administrator of the archdiocese between Law's resignation and the accession of its new Archbishop, Sean O'Malley." (wikipedia)
  • Bernard Jensen
  • Bobby Connor
  • Bowie Kuhn
  • Burton Gerber
    • CIA, Officer
    • CIA, Station Chief in Moscow during the Cold War
    • CIA, European and the Soviet & East European divisions, Director
    • CFR
    • He was trained in various psychological and intellectual methods in order to perform his recruiting tasks. Gerber stated that the goal of this line of work is to "get things that can't be gotten through any other means." [69]
  • Carlo Marullo di Condojanni (Count)
  • Clay L. Shaw - International Industrialist, Contract Agent for the CIA
  • David Rockefeller
    • SMOM Knight of Malta
    • Banker, Statesman, Globalist, UN
    • CFR Director
    • Bilderberger
    • Trilateral Commission
    • Council of the Americas
    • Shriner Freemason
    • Presidential Medal of Freedom (1998)
    • U.S. Legion of Merit (1945)
    • U.S. Legion of Honor (1945)
    • Italian Order of Merit
    • Order of the Sun, Peru
    • Order of the Cedar, Lebanon
    • Order of the Crown, Belgium
    • National Order of Ivory Coast
    • Order of the Aztec Eagle, Mexico
    • Order of the Southern Cross, Brazil
    • Order of Francisco de Miranda, Venezuela
    • Order of Humane African Redemption, Liberia
    • The Grand Croix of the Legion d'Honneur (2000)
    • Grand Cordon, Order of Scared Treasure, Japan (1991)
    • Knight Commander's Cross of the Order of Merit, Germany
    • Order of the White Elephant and Order of the Crown, Thailand
    • World Brotherhood Award, Jewish Theological Seminary (1953)
    • Medal of Honor for City Planning, American Institute of Architects (1968)
    • The Hundred Year Association of New York's Gold Medal Award: "In recognition of outstanding contributions to the City of New York" (1965).
  • Debra Cagan (transvestite/transsexual)
  • Drolor Bosso Adamtey I ("the Suapolor of the Se Traditional Area, in Ghana")
    • "On February 28, 2009, King Adamtey will become the first African leader to ever receive investiture as a knight in the historic Knights of Malta. By virtue of King Adamtey’s current status as a traditional ruler in Ghana, he will enter the Knighthood ranked as the third highest individual in the order. The Investiture ceremony will take place at 11:30am at Castello dei Baroni in Wardija, Malta. The press and the public are invited to witness this historic occasion."
  • Edward G. Landsdale
  • Edward L. Hearn
  • Fidel Castro (1926) ("Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz") (Cuban socialist-fascist Jesuit-trained dictator)

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  • Fra Giancarlo Pallavicini
  • Fra Hubert Pallavicini
  • Fra James V Stroebel
  • Francesco Pazienza
  • Francis D. Flanagan
  • Francis (Frank) V. Ortiz
  • Francis L. Kellogg
  • L. Francis Rooney III (1953)
    • Jesuit trained at Georgetown University
    • Bush Sponsor (see article below)
    • Ambassador to Holy See
    • 100 Mio. Pentagon contracts 2003
    • Eric Jon Phelps: "Rooney is a Knight of Malta. Every Ambassador to the Vatican since its recognition by Knight of Malta Ronald Reagan has been a Knight. This is Vatican policy. The article below is another link of the Knights of Malta to the Bush crime family---a factor that Roman Catholic Webster Tarpley will never face. And if Mit Romney is to run for the presidency, he has stated that his VP running mate will be Knight of Columbus Jeb Bush!"
      • "L. Francis Rooney III: $245,626 to the GOP": President Bush matched up one of his biggest donors with the world’s smallest country, nominating Oklahoma businessman L. Francis Rooney III in July 2005 to serve as ambassador to the Holy See. A Catholic, Rooney serves as CEO of Rooney Holdings, Inc., an investment and holding company with offices in Tulsa, Okla. and Naples, Fla. Among the company’s holdings is Manhattan Construction, which built the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library in College Station, Texas. Rooney’s wife, Kathleen, worked as the event coordinator for George H.W. Bush’s presidential campaign during the 1980s. Rooney and his immediate family made $247,626 in federal political contributions during the 2000, 2002 and 2004 presidential campaigns, only $2,000 of which went to Democrats and $16,000 of which went to the Bush's two presidential campaigns. Separately, Rooney’s company made a $250,000 contribution to the president’s second inaugural committee. Rooney was also listed as a Ranger for the 2004 election, a status reserved for those who raised more than $200,000 for the campaign. Rooney is also reported to have contributed $100,000 to Progress for America, a Republican-leaning group that supported Bush's reelection in 2004. *Figures represent contributions from the individual and his/her immediate family from 1999-2004. Total includes donations made to Republican candidates and party committees, as well as the Bush-Cheney recount fund formed after the 2000 election and Bush's two inaugural committees.
  • Francis X. Stankard
  • Frank Capra
  • Frank C Carlucci
    • Ambassador to Portugal
    • Deputy Director CIA
    • Secretary of Defense
    • Project for the New American Century (PNAC)
    • Middle East Policy Council, Board of Directors
    • US-Taiwan Business Council, Chairman Emeritus
    • RAND Corporation, Board of Trustees
    • Advisory Board for RAND's Center for Middle East Public Policy, founding co-chair
    • Wackenhut, Director
    • Carlyle Group, CEO
    • Frontier Group, Senior Member
    • Envion USA, Chairman
  • Frank J. Fahrenkopf Jr
  • Frank Shakespeare
  • Frank Sinatra
  • Franz Egon (Count)
  • Frederic von Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen
  • Fred Monroe Zeder II
  • Fritz Thyssen
  • Gen Bonner Fellers
  • Gen Charles A. Willoughby
  • General Allavena
  • General de Lorenzo
  • General Giuseppe Santovito
  • General Mark Clark
  • General Richard Stilwell
  • General Vernon A. Walters (1917–2002)
    • Jesuit trained at Stonyhurst
    • 50-year military career officer
    • Deputy director of the CIA
    • Deputy director of the DIA
    • Ambassador-at-large
    • Multilingual interpreter for several presidents
    • High-ranking aide to Presidents Eisenhower, Nixon, Reagan and G.H.W. Bush
    • Career Intelligence Medal
    • President’s Citizens Medal (from Reagan)
    • Medal of Freedom (from G.H.W. Bush). [72]
  • Gen Lemuel C. Shepherd
  • Gen Pedro A. del Valle
  • Geoffrey T Boisi (Goldman Sachs for 22 years, a senior general partner)
    • "Goldman Sachs, which was worth $43.3 billion in 2005, received a $25 million grant for promising to stay in New York. Goldman Sachs also recieved a $1.65 billion government-backed "Liberty Bond," funded by the $20 billion in 9/11 relief that Hillary secured for New York. Goldman Sachs used the $9 million to build its luxurious new headquarters, located on prime real estate across from Ground Zero." [73]
  • George MacDonald
  • George P. Shultz
  • George Popper (IBSSA president - "International Bodyguard Security Service Association")
    • "IBSSA President George Popper -Knight of Malta - We are honored to announce, that The Federation of Autonomous Priories of the Sovereign Order of Saint John of Jerusalem Knights of Malta. His Beatitude the Regent Don Lorenzo, O.S.B. on the 27th May 2000 conferred Mr. George POPPER to "Knight of Malta". The official conferring of knighthood ceremony took place in the 1000 years old walls of "Castello di Sorci" Anghiary / Italy. We believe, that this very high honor and award is also a high recognition for IBSSA." [74]
    • "The official international association of private security, manpower and technical resources, technological companies and individual members of the profession. The IBSSA is a nonprofit international association involved in organizing, coordinating, giving assistance, technical help and development to its members worldwide in the field of security in all its forms. The association was registered in France in 1994. The IBSSA has today over 2000 members from more than 100 countries, 70-80% of the members represent different security companies or organizations." [75]
  • George Rocca
  • George Tenet
  • George W. Anderson
  • Gerald Coughlin
  • Gerard R. Roche
    • Trained at Jesuit 'Military Fortress' University of Scranton.
    • bio:
      • "Professional Profile: With more than 40 years as an executive recruiter, Gerry Roche has worked with hundreds of corporations and their boards. He has identified top executives throughout the world in almost every function and industry, placing more CEOs than any other recruiter. Joining Heidrick & Struggles in 1964, Gerry became Senior Vice President and Eastern Manager in 1973. Named Executive Vice President early in 1977, he was responsible for all domestic operations. The following year he became President and Chief Executive Officer. In 1981, he moved into the Chairman's role to permit greater time for the high-level search work for which he is internationally known. In 1994, he co-founded the firm's Office of the Chairman with John Thompson. Earlier, Gerry was an Account Executive for the American Broadcasting Company; a Sales Manager, Product Manager and Marketing Director for the Kordite Corporation, the plastics subsidiary of the Mobil Oil Company (acquired by Exxon in 1999); and a Management Trainee at AT&T. Clients Served: Gerry's work includes CEO searches for companies such as Office Depot, Home Depot, IBM, 3M, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Coca-Cola, AT&T, Chubb Corporation, the Walt Disney Company and Sears Roebuck & Company. Education: Gerry received a bachelor's degree with honors from the University of Scranton, an MBA from New York University and an honorary doctor of laws degree from the University of Scranton. Additional Information: Widely recognized in the industry, Gerry was named "Recruiter of the Century," chosen by his peers in a poll conducted by Hunt-Scanlon. Gerry is featured in "Leaders Talk Leadership: Top Executives Speak Their Minds," the October 2002 book published by Oxford University Press. He served as a distinguished member of the Economist Intelligence Unit's Expert Panel for its 2002 Global Corporate Achievement Awards, and has also been a featured speaker on shows such as CNBC's "Business Center" and "NBC Nightly News. Gerry is a member of the Knights of Malta, and sits on the Board of Directors of the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America. He is a former Director of Gulfstream Aerospace (acquired by General Dynamics in 1999) and a former Chairman of the Board of Trustees of his alma mater, the University of Scranton. Gerry is also a past member of the Executive Council of The Inner-City Scholarship Fund, the Executive Board of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton Business School and the Advisory Council of The Divinity School at Harvard University."
  • Giovanni Torrisi (Admiral)
  • Ham Shirvani (President California State University)
    • "From Iran to England. Shirvani's journey to knighthood began when he was a boy. Born in Tehran, Iran, in 1950, to a Catholic family, his early education was in Catholic schools. Like knights centuries earlier, Shirvani was sent from his home at age 11. His parents sent him to a Catholic boarding school in London. "My parents debated. My mother wanted to send me to Dublin; my father was more concerned about the educational system. I went to Saint Augustine Academy in London from age 11 until age 17." ... "Shirvani is aware that knights are linked to the Crusades, which today are often viewed as a time of murder and religious intolerance, especially against Islam. "Religion has been abused by power-hungry people," he said. "You cannot punish the religion or lose your faith because of it." ... "As a provisional Knight of Malta -- he expects to become a full knight within the next year -- Shirvani has financial obligations as well as meetings and work."
  • Harold A.R. 'Kim' Philby
  • Harry Luke
  • Heinrich Himmler (Nazi)
  • Herman Schmidt
  • Hilario Davide
  • Howard F. Carry
  • Jack Singlaub
  • Jakob Von Uexkull
  • James A. Farrell
  • James A. Fayne
  • James Buckley
  • James D. Watkins
  • James J. Phelan
  • J. Carter Beese, Jr (assassinated for disobedience)
  • Jeane Kirkpatrick
  • Jean-Pierre Mazery ("Grand Chancellor")
  • J. Edgar Hoover
  • Jeffery Coors
    • "CNP Board of Governors (1996). CNP Membership Roster (1984-85; 1988; 1996). Jeffrey H. Coors sits on the Free Congress Foundation board of directors along with the FCF director Paul Weyrich, an ardent supporter of the neo-fascist Society for the Protection of Tradition, Family and Property; and Charles Moser, an editorial adviser to a publication that praises the Nazi Waffen SS. Weyrich, who for years has represented the political interests of the Coors family in Washington, DC, sponsors the work of a convicted Nazi collaborator, Laszlo Pasztor, a Hungarian-American who is employed at FCF. The Coors-funded Heritage Foundation co-sponsored a 1989 forum with a pro-Nazi group, the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations.The false front "conservative" Heritage Foundation is controlled by British Intelligence(MI6). Coors family funding continues to flow toward rightist groups, and the family's political involvement plays a crucial role in the establishment and maintenance of key organizations defining the political dialogue for both the New Right and the Religious Right. Ironically, the family derives the bulk of its wealth from working-class and middle-class people who purchase Coors beer products. The Coors family, through its political operations, then uses its share of the profits from beer sales to perpetuate and encourage regressive governmental and social policies serving only the narrow interests of a handful of the very wealthy in this country. That they are able to cloud this reality is due to the Coors Corporation's high-visibility advertising campaign. The Coors family is highly influential in shaping the activities of three organizational pillars of the New Right--the Heritage Foundation, the Free Congress Foundation (FCF) and the Council for National Policy (CNP)--which comprise an influential force in Washington, DC. It involvement with these key groups provides the Coors family with a conservative political base. From this base, the family is connected to prominent activists in other New Right organizations, to groups on the Religious Right, and to allies in governmental agencies and in Congress. Power Brokers: There are other powerful New Right funders, but it is the Coors family who time and again appear in leadership roles in New Right institutions, offering a guiding hand along with their signed checks. The family is seen, by critics and compatriots alike, as being in the front rank of conservative U.S.. power brokers. Some observers contend that the Coors empire has moderated politically because the Coors Corporation now financially supports some women's, civil rights and gay and lesbian groups. (Still Backing the Hard Right)" [78]
  • Joe Coors
    • "CNP Board of Governors (1982); Executive Committee (1984-85). Chairman of the CNP Governmental Affairs Committee, president of the Adolph Coors Company, chairman of the Board, Coors Porcelain Company, former Regent of the University of Colorado, former member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), a member of the Citizen's Legal Defense Fund for the FBI, Ad Hoc, which is closely allied with the National Lay Committee of the National Council of Churches (NCC), and a prime donor at the founding of the Heritage Foundation. The founder, beer magnate Joe Coors, donated the first-year Heritage budget of $250,000 for 1973 from the coffers of the coors Corporation...For the next two years Coors gave $200,000 to the group...then pledged $15,000 per month... Eventually, Coors and Weyrich set up the Committee for the Survival of a Free Congress to carry out political activities and the Heritage Foundation as a tax exempt educational research entity. The Coors company provided Heritage Foundation with $20,000 per month during the foundation's first year. Weyrich was Heritage president until February 28, 1974. In 1980, Heritage published Mandate for Leadership to guide the incoming Reagan Administration and its transition team.... Working the high-level inside track on these personnel hirings was Reagan's "Kitchen Cabinet," of which Joe Coors was probably the best known member. A Reagan loyalist since the 1968 GOP convention, Coors began spending a lot of time in Washington, D.C. and the White House. The attempt at governance by the Kitchen Cabinet became so elaborate that they actually established an office in the Executive Office Building across from the White House. Embarrassed by the image of a covey of millionaires seeming to run parallel and sometimes conflicting personnel recruitment operations, senior White House staff produced legal opinions saying that it was illegal for a private group to occupy government property, in this case a White House office. Although Coors produced a legal opinion arguing there was no violation of law, Coors and friends were evicted. Heritage could hardly claim diminished relations with the Reagan Administration, however, as an estimated two-thirds of its Mandate recommendations were adopted in the first year of the Administration. Further, Heritage was using a letter of endorsement from White House Chief of Staff Ed Meese in a December 1981 fundraising effort. In his letter of endorsement, Meese promised Feulner that "this Administration will cooperate fully with your efforts." After leaving the Reagan Administration, Meese joined the staff of the Heritage Foundation. (Bellant (CC) 1,9,10)" [79]
  • John Robert Bolton
    • American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
    • Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA)
    • Project for the New American Century (PNAC)
    • Institute of East-West Dynamics
    • National Rifle Association
    • US Commission on International Religious Freedom
    • Council for National Policy (CNP)
    • Committee for Peace and Security in the Gulf (CPSG)
    • Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
    • Federalist Society
    • National Policy Forum
    • National Advisory Board
    • Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
    • New Atlantic Initiative
    • Project on Transitional Democracies
    • U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
    • Assistant Attorney General, Department of Justice
    • Ambassador to United Nations
    • 2001 - Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security
  • John C. Gannon
    • Memberships:
      • Jesuit trained at Holy Cross
      • Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Member
      • ANSER Institute for Homeland Security, Board of Advisors
      • Intellibridge Corporation, Vice-Chairman
      • National Intelligence Council, Chairman
      • CIA, Deputy Director for Intelligence
      • CIA, Assistant Director of Intelligence for Analysis and Production
      • Directorate of Intelligence (DI), Office of European Analysis, Director
    • "An The Outlook for China: A CIA Perspective" (by Deputy DDI John Gannon, at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts, 20 November 1996)
  • John D. J. Moore
  • John D. Ryan
  • John Farrell
  • John G Houlihan
  • John J. DeGioia
  • John Jakob Raskob (1879-1950)
    • "... was a financial executive and businessman for DuPont and General Motors, and the builder of the Empire State Building. He was chairman of the Democratic National Committee and a key supporter of Alfred E. Smith's candidacy for President of the United States. After Franklin D. Roosevelt became President, Raskob was a prominent opponent of the New Deal through his support of a number of anti-Roosevelt organizations including the American Liberty League. Raskob was also a leader in the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment." (wikipedia)
    • "John Jakob Raskob"
    • "official memorial page"
      • "In 1927, Raskob co-founded the U.S. association of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, a secretive Catholic order, based in Rome, with supposed origins in medieval crusaders who ruled Malta and Rhodes. Considered by some a sovereign state, it has diplomatic relations with 49 countries, its own passports and stamps. U.S. members included John Farrell (U.S. Steel), Joseph Kennedy (JFK’s father), New York’s Cardinal Francis Spellman, and CIA directors William Casey, William Colby and John McCone. By 1928, Raskob, the so-called 'Wizard of Wall Street', informed the largely du Pont-controlled press that GM’s value would skyrocket. This falsely boosted the stock by almost $50 million, to $3.3 billion, the highest yet reached by any U.S. industrial stock. A few weeks later, its fall caused a panic, the bull market collapsed and Raskob, resigned as du Pont treasurer."


  • Joseph Hagan
  • Joseph J. Larkin
  • Joseph Kennedy
  • Kurt Waldheim (1918–2007)
    • Nazi, Austrian minister of foreign affairs (1972-1981), President of Austria (1986-1992), 4th Secretary-General of the United Nations)
    • "While running for President in Austria in 1985 he attained international notoriety because he had falsified, in his memoirs, both the duration and the nature of his service as a Wehrmacht intelligence officer during World War II."
    • "In 1986 he was elected federal president of Austria and she became Austria's first lady. After it was revealed that her husband had lied about his service as an officer in the SA-Reitercorps (red.: suborganisation of the Sturmabteilung) and his time as an ordnance officer in Saloniki, Greece, from 1942 to 1943, the couple were deemed personae non grata by many countries and (with some exceptions, such as the visit to the Pope) there were hardly any state visits during his term of presidency."
    • "Kurt Waldheim - Ein Fall von Politischen Intrigen und Lügen"
  • Lawrence J. DeNardis
  • Lee Iacocca (Lido Anthony "Lee" Iacocca) (1924)
    • Occupations: chairman General Motors, Chrysler CEO, Ford president
    • "Lee Iacocca of Ford Motor Company (using Carl Renas, head of security for the Dearborn Division to drive the bullet-ridden Presidential limousine from Washington D.C. to a Ford dealership in Cincinnati for the purpose of removing all evidence of multiple gunshots)" [86]
    • "In May 1982, Ronald Reagan appointed Iacocca to head the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, which was created to raise funds for the renovation and preservation of the Statue of Liberty. He continues to serve on the board of the foundation." (wikipedia)
    • "Iacocca has been an advocate of "Nourish the Children", an initiative of Nu Skin Enterprises, since its inception in 2002. He is currently its chairman. He takes an active interest in the initiative and helped to donate a generator for the Malawi, Africa VitaMeal plant." (wikipedia)
  • Leonard T. Scully.
  • Licio Gelli (1919)
    • "Licio Gelli, former head of the P2 Masonic Lodge (until earlier this year when he was succeeded by P2 "treasurer" Ezio Giunchiglia, according to claimed P2 Illuminati inside historian, Leo Zagami who also maintains that the P2 became the Comitato Esecutivo Massonica controlling the Ordo Illuminatorum Universalis, an umbrella organisation whose members numbered all of the Illuminati insider Masonic Grand Masters) is also clearly a major player over the past few decades, ascending in power & now a high-level SMOM (Knight of Malta), though clearly his aristocratic pedigree isn't of the same level as the Constantinian Order's bloodline members or the inner-circle of the Order of the Garter, his ruthlessness, loyalty & acumen being the reasons for his success." [87]
  • "The Life of Licio Gelli Connects Vatican, CIA and Reagan to New World Order"
  • Lindy Boggs
  • Lord Guthrie
  • Louis Bloomfield
  • Louis Lehrman
  • Louis Mortimer Bloomfield
  • Ludovico Chigi della Rovere Albani
  • Mahesh Chavada
  • Mahesh Chavda
  • Marchesa Di Gregorio
  • Marchese Gian Luca CHIAVARI (Patrician Genoese) ("Receiver of the Common Treasure")
  • Mariano Rampolla
  • Martin F. Shea
  • Mgr. Fiorenzo Angelini
  • Michael J. Donohue
    • "Holyoke, retired twenty-six year first justice of the Holyoke District Court, died Thursday, February 6, 2003. Born in Holyoke on December 12, 1923, he was the son of the late David I. Donohue of County Mayo, and Mary Anne Fitzgerald of County Kerry, Ireland. At age 14, he was president of the Holyoke Junior City Baseball and Football Leagues. He attended the Holyoke public schools and was a graduate of the HHS Class of 1940 and attended post-graduate studies in 1941. He attended the Massachusetts State college of Agriculture in Amherst until he enlisted in the US Army in 1941. During World War II, he served as a medic in the Philippines. Upon his return, Mike re-enrolled at Mass aggie and was chairman of the Student Steering Committee, which led the drive at the State House and Beacon Hill to create the University of Massachusetts, and was chairman of the Student Committee to effect the first pay raise for faculty and staff since 1941. In 1947, he received the first diploma awarded by the newly formed university by then President Hugh Potter Baker and was a past president of the University of Massachusetts Alumni Association. He received his LLB from Boston University in 1950, practiced privately until 1963 and was an assistant Holyoke City Solicitor. Mr. Donohue was president of the Massachusetts Junior Bar conference, vice president of the national Association of Claimants compensation Attorneys, President and Executive Director of the american Judges Association, President of the American Judges Foundation, a world jurist participant for the white House conference of Judges during the Nixon administration, and co-chairman of the International conferences on Violence and Terrorism in 1983 and 1986. Governor Endicott Peabody appointed him to the Holyoke District Court in 1963 where he presided as First Justice until 1989. Throughout his judicial career he worked to improve the lives of children in the community. He was co-author of Project “R,” a school-based educational program developed to instill respect for people and property, and was a member of the Holyoke Police community Relations committee in 1981 where he originated the idea of the Holyoke summer Olympics. The Judge published a report, "the Effect of Immigration as to the Holyoke District Court." He began the first televised court proceedings on daily cable television. At the District Court, he established an affirmative action program for employees and a 7-day a week Probation Office from 7am to mignight. Mr. Donohue was chairman of the Citizens Committee that established the Holyoke Community College. He was a past Grand Knight of KofC Council #90. He was president of the Holyoke St. Patrick's Parade in 1961 and was a Parade incorporator. In 1989, he founded and was publisher of Hello, Holyoke. He was a member of the world Judges Association and a Knight of Malta. He was a communicant of Holy Cross Church. He was a member of the Blessed Sacrament Church Building Fund. He wife, the former Adeline L. (O'Neil) died in 1986. He is survived by six children, Michael J., Jr. and Nancy of Wickford, RI, Adeline "nina" Donohue-McDonald and Thomas of Alexandria, Va, Owen B. of Holyoke, Anne Carey and Charles Voth of McLean, VA, Quenting J. and Debra of West Springfield, and Maria L.P. and Craig Burke of Florence, MA....." [88]
  • Patrick E. Crowley
  • Patrick J. Frawley, Jr
  • Patrick Messina
  • Paul Cain
  • Paul C Hardart
  • Paul Henkels
  • Paul-Louis Weiller
  • Pete Domenici
  • Phyllis Schlafly (Dame)
  • Precott Bush, Jr.
  • Prince Massimo Spada
  • Prince Valerio Borghese
  • Raymond Barre
  • Raymond Flynn
    • Knight of St. Gregory
    • Knight of the Supreme Order of Christ
    • Knight of St. Pius IX
    • Knight Commander of Saint Gregory the Great with Star
    • Knight of St. Sylvester
    • Knight of the Holy Sepulchre
    • Opus Dei
    • Ambassador to the Vatican
    • Mayor of Boston
    • Flynn is very close to Ratzinger
    • President of Catholic Alliance, a national lay Catholic political advocacy organization
    • Started and National Chairman of Catholic Citizenship
    • Endorsed Bush in 2000 through Catholic Alliance
    • In short, he is the most Papally-decorated American since the late Grand Master of the Knights of Columbus
  • Raymond J Heuchling
  • Raymond Rocca
  • Reinhard Gehlen (1902–1979)
    • Major Nazi general in the German Wehrmacht during World War II, with the position of chief of intelligence-gathering on the Eastern Front. He was subsequently recruited by the U.S. military to set up a spy ring directed 'against' the Soviet Union.
  • Rick Joyner
  • Rick Santorum
    • "Santorum and his family attend Latin Mass at a Roman Catholic Church near Washington, D.C. On weekdays, he attends another church. On November 12, 2004, Santorum and his wife Karen Garver Santorum were invested as Knight and Dame of Magistral Grace of the Knights of Malta in a ceremony at St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York." [89]
    • Karen Garver Santorum
    • Opus Dei
    • US Senator
    • Senate Republican Conference, chairman
    • Ethics and Public Policy Center, Senior Fellow
    • Fox News Channel contributor
  • Robert A Maheu
  • Robert Bassaraba von Brancovan
  • Roberto Alejos Arzu
  • Roger Pearson
  • Roger Peyrefitte
  • Ronald Reagan - former US President, re-instated Vatican diplomatic relations after 150 years.
  • Rupert Murdoch (Jesuit/SMOM media mogul)
    • member of: SMOM - Knight of St. Gregory, CFR
    • "Rupert Murdoch is a Sabbatean who's real name is Greenberg. He's a Roman Catholic, a Knight of St Gregory the Great, a Sovereign Military Order of Malta Papal Knight, part of British Secret Intelligence Service. He is a most useful and loyal Labor Masonic Hofjuden. Notice how he's in control of the powerful Sky and Fox TV| networks spreading British SIS controlled propaganda. Notice how all the news comes from British SIS controlled Reuters and Associated Press." [90]
    • "Rupert Murdoch, Papal Knight, Publisher of NIV, Donates $10 Million for New LA Cathedral":
      • "Media Mogul Rupert Murdoch recently made a $10 million contribution toward the construction of a new Catholic cathedral in Los Angeles. Murdoch has wide holdings in the movie, TV and publishing industries including Fox Television, 20th Century Fox Films, London Times and New York Post newspapers, Harper Collins and Zondervan publishing companies. ... Besides this strange connection, there is an even stranger one. Murdoch is Chairman and Chief Executive of News Corporation which lists as one of its holdings, Zondervan Publishing House, the designated publisher of the New International Version of the Bible (NIV). Although the NIV copyright is held by the International Bible Society, Zondervan has exclusive publishing rights."
    • "Rupert Murdoch Is Not the Antichrist: Proof revealed at Georgetown University":
      • "The Jesuits and News Corp. attract highly talented people from all over the world. The Jesuits and News Corp. like to challenge the status quo. And both the Jesuits and News Corp. have a reputation of independence and innovation. Of course, there are some differences. I don't want to discourage anyone from considering the priesthood, but I will tell you that at News Corp. we don't insist on vows of poverty or chastity," Murdoch said. "And as chief executive, I can tell you I'm not sure about the degree of obedience, either."
  • S.E. Don Giangiacomo
  • Sir John Gorman CVO
  • Sir Stewart Menzies
  • Spiros S. Skouras
  • Stanley S Bass
  • Steve Saxton (head of Hollywood International)
  • Thomas Bolan
  • Thomas K. Gorman
  • Thomas Melady
  • Thomas Monaghan
  • Thomas 'Tip' O'Neill
  • Thourot Pichel
  • Thun Hohenstein
  • Umberto Stafanizzi
  • Victor Emmanuel ("Prince of Naples" IV) (1937)
    • "On October 23, 2002, the provision in the Italian constitution that barred the male descendants of the house of Savoy from setting foot in the Italian Republic was abolished, permitting Victor Emmanuel to re-enter the country after November 10 of that year. On his first trip home in over half a century, he and the princess of Naples, and their son, had a 20-minute audience with Pope John Paul II at the Vatican. Victor Emmanuel told the press that the audience with the supreme pontiff was "very important" to their family and that "it was almost a page in history." [95]
    • Member of: Sovereign Military Of Malta (Bailiff Grand Cross), P2, Order of SS Maurice and Lazarus, Supreme Order of the Annunciation, Civil Order of Savoy, Order of Merit of Savoy, Constantinian Order of St George, Order of Saint Andrew, Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky, Order of the White Eagle, Order of Saint Anne, Order of Saint Stanislas, Knight of the Order of the Redeemer of Greece, Order of the Immaculate Conception of Vila Viçosa
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  • Walter J. Hickel
  • Walter Paepcke
  • Walter Schellenburg
  • William A. Schreyer
  • William Buckley
  • William F. Buckley, Jr. - (Knight of Malta), Jesuit Coadjutor, CIA officer, TV host "Firing Line", owner of National Review, Skull and Bones; CFR member
    • "In 1951, he was recruited into the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), yet served for less than a year. Little has been published regarding Buckley's work with the CIA, but in a 2001 letter to author W. Thomas Smith, Jr., Buckley wrote, “I did training in Washington as a secret agent and was sent to Mexico City. There I served under the direct supervision of Howard Hunt, about whom of course a great deal is known.”"
  • William J. Casey - officer and later director of the CIA
    • "But before CBS could fall, ABC went into the hands of none other than William Casey and the Central Intelligence Agency; and William Casey is a Knight of Malta also, so that would be two major networks in the hands of the Vatican agents whose oath is to the Vatican, to Rome and to the Roman Empire." (Mae Brussell, on KAZU-FM, April 8, 1985)
  • William Joseph Donovan ("Wild Bill Donovan") (1883-1959)
    • Secret alliance agreement between the Vatican and the OSS (forerunner of the CIA), with its Chief William Joseph Donovan (a devout Catholic and Knight of Malta) — to let the Holy See become the center of Allied spy operations in Italy. Donovan cultivated this alliance by sending America’s most prestigious Catholics to the Vatican to establish rapport and forge an alliance. [96]

Constantinian Order

  • Various notes:
    • Fullname: "Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George"
    • "Troy's reflections on the Constantinian Order"
    • "TroySpace Info on Constantinian Order"
    • "The Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St. George":
      • "The Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St. George is believed to be the most ancient of the Catholic Orders of Chivalry. The Order is under the royal protection of The Royal House of Bourbon - Two Sicilies, in fact it is the only international Catholic Order with an hereditary Grand Mastership. Although it is under the protection of a Royal House and its membership includes many distinguished Nobles, Princes of the Church, national leaders and Catholic elite, the Order is not about honours and decorations. It has always been, a call to religious service in a Roman Catholic chivalric sodality dedicated to propaganda of the Faith, Defense of the Church and support of the Holy See. Early in its history the Constantinian Order received confirmation as a Religious-Militay Order from the Holy See, with the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta, is the only international Catholic Order which has maintained this unique status unchanged to the present day."
    • unhived mind forum thread, another thread
    • constantinianorder.org
    • See also: Duke of Calabria
  • Vincent Shaun Redmond
    • Knight of Merit, Magisral Knight in Obedience - SMOM, Knight Commander - Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre, Officer of the Most Venerable Order of St. John
  • Stuart Allen Smith
    • Knight of Merit, Member of the Order of Canada, Commander of the Most Venerable Order of St. John, Knight of Magistral Grace - SMOM
  • Anthony, Cardinal Bevilacqua (Archbishop of Philadeliphia)
    • Bailiff Grand Cross, As Cardinal Patron of the North American Association His Eminence is Spiritual Leader and Sheppard to the Canadian members of th Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St. George
  • Fra' John A. Macpherson
    • Bailiff Grand Cross of Justice, Knight of Justice - SMOM, Gentleman of His Holiness, President of the North American Association of the Constantinian Knights, Member-Councilor of The Deputation

Royal Order of Francis I

The Royal Order of Francis I, Much like the Sacred Military Constantinian Order, a separate Order of Knighthood was established and recognised by decree on 28 September 1829 as a Royal Order principally to reward civil merit on the part of government, diplomats, military officials and clerics, in addition to those who had made achievements in commerce, the sciences, arts, letters and literature. The Royal Order of Francis I has never been exclusively Roman Catholic in origin and its knights and dames need not profess the Roman Catholic Faith, although they are expected to participate in the humanitarian and charitable activities of the dynastic orders of the Royal House of Bourbon Two Sicilies. Today membership of this Order includes senior figures from all Christian denominations, as well as Muslims and Jews.

Among the Order's prominent knights and dames are [97] [98]

Order of Saint Januarius

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Order of St. Sylvester

  • (todo)

British Order of Saint John

Grand Masters
  • todo: knightshospitallers.org/masters.htm
    • Part of the Knights Hospitaller later became the Venerable Order of Saint John.
    • This is a false Protestant order - with ties to Catholic-Masonic networks.
    • "The above Knights of Malta, or Sovereign Order of St. John of Jerusalem (or "Knights Hospitaller"), want you to understand that they are a Protestant order and have absolutely no connection to the Catholic Knights of Malta, or the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM). They want to be very, very clear on that. Very explicit indeed. Yes, they get very testy about people getting these very similar orders mixed up, though they do admit it is extremely confusing to the uninitiated of course. Even though they both have intimate ties with the island nation of Malta, share the same name "Knights of Malta" and same historical roots, the same 8-pointed cross, and their Grandmasters (Nicholas Papanicolaou and Andrew Bertie) are both related through noble peerage to the royal family and Queen of England (who was Queen of Malta 1964 to 1974), there is absolutely no connection between them whatsoever. None. Nada. At all. Understand?" [103]
  • Nicholas Papanicolaou
    • "Nicholas S. Papanicolaou was born in 1949 in Greece. Studied at Athens college (Greece) and Willinston Academy (USA). N. Papanicolaou has got his economics degree at Harvard University and the degree of master of business management at University of Columbia. Nicholas Papanicolaou is the President of Lion Finance S.A. and Titan Capital Corporation. Earlier he held the post of Chairman and Holder of control packet of shares of Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. N. Papanicolaou is Grand Master of Order of John of Jerusalem. In the past - president of the Athens Polo Club. Mr. Papanicolaou is the bearer of the British title of nobility, and his name is in the list of the Berk book of peers. He is also a member of board of directors of range of public organizations engaged in the studying of the Greek culture and the Orthodox Church. Since 2003 he is co-chairman and co-sponsor of the World Public Forum "Dialogue of Civilizations"." [104]
Members

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Prussian Order of Saint John

(todo)

  • Alternate names: "Johanniterorden", "Prussian Knighthood"
  • "These are all primarily Protestant, and together with the British Order of Saint John, forms the "Alliance of the Orders of St. John", officially recognizing the modern Catholic branch as a sister organization." (wikipedia)
    • Note: this is a false Protestant order! - it has strong ties to the Catholic-Masonic networks.
    • See also: medal images

Papal Knights association

Source: papalknights.org

  • Title names:
    • For knights and dames of the Pontifical Order of Pius IX:
      • Knight or Dame – KPO / DPO
      • Knight or Dame Commander – KCPO / DCPO (with or without star)
      • Knight or Dame Grand Cross – GCPO
    • For knights and dames of the Pontifical Order of Saint Gregory the Great:
      • Knight or Dame – KSG / DSG
      • Knight or Dame Commander – KCSG / DCSG (with or without star)
      • Knight or Dame Grand Cross – GCSG
    • For knights and dames of the Pontifical Order of Pope Saint Sylvester:
      • Knight or Dame – KSS / DSS
        • Knight or Dame Commander – KCSS / DCSS (with or without star)
    • Knight or Dame Grand Cross – GCSS

  • R.C. Adams, KSG,
  • M. C. Aggett, KSG,
  • Robin Angus, KSS,
  • P. Anley, KSG,
  • Martin Appleby, KSG,
  • W. Arnold, KSG,
  • Major W.G. Askew, MC, KSG,
  • Nadhmi S Auchi, KSS, GCFO,
  • F.A. Ayers, KSG,
  • H.J. Azzouz, KCSG,
  • B. Bacon, KSG,
  • HE Anthony Bailey, KCSS, KCHS, KCMCO, KCFO
  • P. Baldwin, KSG,
  • John Baldwin, KSS,
  • Annette Barker, DSG,
  • David Barker, KSG,
  • J. Barrie, KCSG,
  • D.A. Bartley, KSG, KCHS,
  • A.R. Bateman, KSG,
  • A.J. Benatar, OBE, KSS,
  • R. Bennett, KSG,
  • R.H. Benson, KCSG, KGCHS,
  • Raymond Berry KSS,
  • Captain C.P.A. Bertie, OStJ, KCSG, KM, GCJCO,
  • Jill Biggs, DSG,
  • Professor P.J. Black, OBE, KSG,
  • The Lord Black of Crossharbour, PC(C), OC, KCSG,
  • E. Blackwell, KSS,
  • B. Bligh, KSG,
  • T.A. Bligh, KSG,
  • The Rev D.M. Board, KSG,
  • M.A. Bolger, KSG, KCHS,
  • Michael Bovill, KSG,
  • J Bowker, KSG,
  • P. Bowman, DSG,
  • Dr W. Boyes, KSG,
  • George Brand, KSG,
  • J. Brasington, KSG,
  • J. Breen OBE, KCSG,
  • F.J. Brehony, KSG,
  • C. Anthony Brindle, KSG,
  • E.A. Britten, KSG,
  • M.P. Brodrick, DSG,
  • Stephen J. Brookes, KSS, JP,
  • Anthony J Broom, KSG,
  • Richard Brumby, KSS,
  • E.A. Bryant, KSG,
  • Colonel J.G. Bryson, OBE, TD, JP, DL, KCSG, KCHS,
  • Peter Bulfield, KSG, CA,
  • Anthony Bullen, KSG,
  • Dr J. Burke, OBE, KSG,
  • A. Burns, KSS,
  • Dr L.J. Burns, KCSG,
  • F.G. Burns, KSG,
  • A. Butler, DSG,
  • Dr T. Buzady, KSG,
  • The Hon Mrs N.J. Byrne, DSG,
  • Dr R.P. Callaghan, KSG,
  • Frank Campbell, KSG,
  • James Campbell, KSG, JP,
  • Mrs Oonagh Campbell, DSG,
  • E. Candlish, KSG,
  • Rear Admiral James Carine, KSG,
  • Baron R. Carini, KCSG,
  • Maureen Carlton, DSG,
  • Dr J.D. Carroll, KSG,
  • F. Carson, KSG,
  • W.D.A. Carter, KSG,
  • B.L. Cawley, KCSG, KGCHS,
  • Dr D.A. Chamberlain, CBE, KSG,
  • Prof R.F. Churchhouse, CBE, KSG,
  • HE Count Andrew Ciechanowiecki, GCSG, KJ, GCJCO, GCFO,
  • Peter Clare, KSG,
  • Robert J.W. Clark, KSG,
  • John Clarke, KCSG,
  • R.S.M. Clarke, KCSG,
  • The Lord Clarke of Hampstead, CBE, KSG,
  • Dr A.D. Clift, KSG,
  • V. Clow, DSG,
  • Dr E.M.F. Clubb, DSG,
  • Dr J.M. Clubb, KSG,
  • Lady Sarah Clutton, DSG,
  • Dr G.A.D. Coghlan, CBE, KSG, JP,
  • Frances Iris Coldrey, DSG,
  • Dr A Cole, KSG, KCHS,
  • B. Connolly, KSG,
  • F. Connolly, KSG,
  • P.F. Connolly, KSG,
  • P. Conrad, DSG,
  • G.A.D. Cookson, KSG,
  • P.D. Cooper, KSG,
  • Sir Henry Cooper, CBE, KSG,
  • Lady Cooper, DSG,
  • Major B. Corrigan, KSG,
  • Dr P.E. Cosgrove, KSG,
  • P.J. Costello KSG, KHS,
  • H. Courage, DCSG,
  • J.B. Coxhead, KSG,
  • P. Coyle, KCSG,
  • The Rev T. Coyle, KSG,
  • G.T.M. Craft, KSG,
  • D. Crespel, KSG,
  • M.C. Cronin, QPM, KSG,
  • J.A. Crowe, KSG,
  • G. Crozier, KCSG,
  • J. Cuffe, KSG,
  • Dr D.R. Cullen, KCSG,
  • F. Cullen, GCSS,
  • Gerald Cunningham, KSS,
  • Cllr B.J. Cunningham, KSG,
  • R.F. Cunningham, KCSG,
  • G. Curran, KSG, KCHS,
  • Mrs Isabel Cusack, DSG,
  • Michael Cusack, KSG, JP,
  • Dr D. Daley, OBE, KCSG,
  • W.J.A. Daly, KSG,
  • Dr Vivienne d'Andria, DSG,
  • E.P. Davies, KSS, JP,
  • L. Davies, KCSG,
  • J.D. Davies, KSG,
  • D. Davies, KSG,
  • J.R. Davis, KSG,
  • R.J. de Rome, KSG,
  • J Deciosa, KSG,
  • J. Demolder, DSG,
  • Mrs Margaret Dight MBE, DSS,
  • J.S. Dixon, KSG,
  • Dr P.J. Doherty, KSG, KCHS,
  • John Donovan, KSG,
  • M. Doohan, DSG,
  • Lt. Col. R.S.C. Dowden, JP, DL, KCSG,
  • W.P. Downey, KSG,
  • Sir Diarmuid Downs, CBE, KSG,
  • J.R. Doyle, TD, KCSG,
  • Anne Doyle, DSG,
  • T. Duckworth, KSS,
  • P Duffy, KSG,
  • John Duffy, KSG,
  • William Duffy, KSG,
  • Dr M. Dulake, KSG, KCHS,
  • R.T. Edge, KSG,
  • Chief Robert H.O Edit, KSS,
  • C.B. Edwards, KCSG, KCHS,
  • Dr G. P. Egan, KSG,
  • J.P. Egan, KSG,
  • P.J. Elliott, KSG,
  • J. Exworthy, KSG,
  • Lady Anne Eyston, DSG,
  • J.J. Eyston, KSG,
  • Don Farino KSG, KCHS,
  • Sir Tom Farmer, CBE, KCSG,
  • J.P. Farrelly, KCSG,
  • J. Fennell, LVO, KSG,
  • Mike Finlay, KSG,
  • David Finnigan, KSG,
  • Robert Finnigan KSS,
  • The Lord Mark Fitzalan Howard, OBE, KCSG,
  • H. Fitzgerald Larkin, MBE, DSG, DL,
  • A.P. Flanagan, KSG,
  • M.T. Flanagan, DSG,
  • B. Flood, GCSS,
  • David Flood, KSG,
  • E. Foligno, KSS,
  • Mrs Angela Forbes DSG,
  • Terence Forbes, KSG,
  • Paul Forsdick, KSG,
  • D.S. Fox, KSS,
  • P.T. Fox, KSG,
  • Joseph Fox, KCSG,
  • Bernard France, KCSG, KCHS,
  • Prof S.F. Frowen, KSG,
  • Z. E. Fuglewicz KSG,
  • Lt. Col. C.W.F. Fullbrook, MBE, KSS,
  • R.J. Gabrielczyk, KCSS,
  • C.G. Gaggero, CBE, KSG, JP,
  • A.F. Galcius, KSG,
  • Dr J.R. Gallagher, KSG,
  • J.P. Galliano MBE, JP, KSG,
  • L.C.S. Gambrill, KCSG,
  • J. Garbarino, KSG,
  • Colin Garvey, KSG,
  • John C.G. George, KSG,
  • D.C. Gerrard, KSG,
  • M. Giacon, DSG,
  • J.W.B. Gibbs, KSG,
  • J.M. Gillham, MC, KCSG, KCHS,
  • T.J. Gilligan, OBE, KSG, KCHS, DL,
  • R.L. Giulianotti, KSG,
  • W. Glasson, KSG,
  • J Goble, KCSG,
  • P.V. Goggins, KSG,
  • L.W. Good, KSS,
  • Sir David Goodall, GCMG, KSG,
  • Luke Gormally, KSG,
  • Michael Gorman, KSG, KHS,
  • Teresa Goulay, DSG,
  • R.A.B. Gowlland, KCSG, KCHS,
  • C.R. Grainger, KSG,
  • Prof T.C. Gray, CBE, KCSG,
  • Robert Gray, KSG,
  • H. Green, KSG,
  • Prof. Margaret Green, DSG,
  • Lt. Col. H.C.S. Gregory, OBE, KSG,
  • Dr J. Gumpert, KCSS,
  • James Hagerty KSG BA MA MPhil PhD FRSA
  • Mrs Trina Hagerty DSG
  • Dr P.B. Hambly, KSG,
  • Dr H.C.S. Hamilton, KSG,
  • Dr J.F. Hanratty, OBE, KSG, KCHS,
  • J Hardman, KCSG,
  • C.B. Hardy, KSS,
  • G.O. Hardy, OBE, KSG,
  • Catherine Hargaaden, DSG,
  • K Hargreaves, KSG,
  • G.B. Hargreaves, KSG, KCHS,
  • F. Harkin, KSG,
  • P.G. Hatcher, KSG,
  • P.J.M. Hawthorne, KSG,
  • Col. Noel E Hendricks, KSG,
  • P.D.G. Henekerk, KSG,
  • O. Herschan, KSG,
  • Anthony Hester KSG
  • F. Higgins, KSG,
  • John Higgins, KSG,
  • J. Hirst, KSG,
  • D.B.A. Hirst, JP, KSG, KGCHS,
  • J.T.A. Hoban, KSG,
  • M. Hodgetts, KSG,
  • K Hodgson, KSG,
  • Andrew Hollingsworth, KSG,
  • The Rt Hon Baroness Hooper, CBE, DSG,
  • Cllr Mrs Lillian Hopkins, DSG,
  • Roma Hossack, DSG,
  • Cllr G.V. Houlston, KSG,
  • The Rt Hon Lord Hunt of Tanworth GCB, KCPO,
  • D.J. Hurley, KSS,
  • The Rev W.B. Hutchinson, SBStJ, JP, KSG,
  • Ann Hutley, DSG,
  • Peter Hutley, MBE, KSG,
  • Mrs Monika Hynes, DSG,
  • W.T. Igoe, KSG,
  • A Ivinson, KSG,
  • Jack James, KSS,
  • C.A. James, MBE, KCSG,
  • Irena Janicka, DSS,
  • F.J. Jansen KSG, JP,
  • M Jarmulowicz, KSG,
  • W.M.J. Jeffers, KSG,
  • Dr P. Jennings, OBE, KSG,
  • Dr I.M. Jessiman, KSG,
  • Cllr Michael Johnson, KSG,
  • Lt. Col. G.S. Johnston, OBE, TD, KCSG, DL,
  • Col G.P. Jones, TD, KSG, KHS, JP,
  • J.E. Jones, KSG,
  • Cllr T.J. Jones, BEM, KSG, JP,
  • Dr J.E. Kane, KCSG,
  • M. Kaser, KSG,
  • Hugh Kealy, KSG,
  • Barry Keates, CBE, KSG,
  • J. Kelly, KCSG,
  • James Philip Kelly, KSG,
  • J.A. Kelly, KSG,
  • Professor A. Kelly, CBE, KSG, JP,
  • A.N. Kelly, KSG,
  • Andrew Kennedy, KSG,
  • John Kennedy CBE, KSG, KMCO, DL,
  • A. Kenney, LVO, KSG,
  • F. Kerr, KSS,
  • Mrs M. T. Kerr, DSG,
  • Professor Nasser David Khalili, KSS, KCFO,
  • Mahmoud Khayami, KSS GCFO,
  • Mr D.E. King, KSG,
  • J.H. Kinsey, KSG,
  • J.R. Kirwan, KSG,
  • Dr B. Laskiewicz, DCSS,
  • A Latham-Koenig, KCSG,
  • General Sir Richard Lawson, DSO, KCSS,
  • P Layden, KCSG,
  • B. Le Cocq, KSG,
  • Cllr H.T. Lee, KSG,
  • P Leigh, DSG,
  • Cmdr T Lesisz, KSG,
  • Thomas Leslie, KSG,
  • V Lewis, KSS,
  • Dr T.P. Linehan, KCSG,
  • J Lipscombe, KSG,
  • R.P. Lister, CBE, KSS,
  • T.J. Little, KSS,
  • A.F. Lobo, KSG,
  • Prince Rupert zu Loeweenstein, KCSG,
  • Peter Lomas, KSG,
  • Captain Peter Love, KSG,
  • J.B. Ludden, KSG,
  • E.W Ludlow, KSG, JP,
  • F Lyons, KSG,
  • A Mace, KSG,
  • D.A. MacFarlane, KCSG, KCHS,
  • A.A. MacMillan, KSG,
  • J.V. Madden, KSG,
  • F.A. Maguire, KSG,
  • E. Mancini, KSG,
  • Robert Mann, KSG,
  • Prof J Marshall, CBE, KCSG,
  • The Baroness Masham of Ilton, DSG,
  • L.W. Mathews, KSG,
  • B.J. Mawson, KCSG, JP,
  • Roy Maxwell, KSG,
  • J McAlister, KCSG, JP,
  • John McCabe, KSG,
  • John McCaffery, KCSG,
  • P.D. McCarthy, KSG,
  • F.P. McCormick, KSS,
  • Susan McCormick, DSG,
  • M.C. McDermott, DSG,
  • Dr K.A. McDonald, KSG,
  • D.P. McElligott, KSG,
  • Donald J J McEwen, KSG, KCHS,
  • J.C. McGrath, KSG,
  • A McKivett, KSG,
  • P.E. McMenemy, KSG,
  • V McMullen, KSG,
  • Kevin McNamara, KSG,
  • Margaret McNicholas, DSG,
  • B McNicholas, KSG,
  • K Mercer, KSS,
  • Dr Giles Mercer, KSG,
  • Dr F Mercieca KSG, KCHS,
  • Arthur Meredith, KSG,
  • Sqn Ldr J.G. Millard, AE, KSG,
  • George Milne, KSG,
  • Ken Minton, KSG,
  • K.J. Minton, CBE, KSG,
  • Greville Mitchell, OBE, KSS,
  • C Mochlinska, DSG,
  • Dr R Moffett, KSS,
  • J. A. Montgomery, KSG,
  • T Moran, KSG, KCHS,
  • D. L. Morgan, KSG,
  • Prof D.C. Morrell, KSG,
  • D.S. Morris, KSG,
  • W Morris, KSG,
  • Captain A.M. Mould, KSG, JP,
  • Paul Moynihan, KSG,
  • Thomas V. Mullan, KSS
  • P. Mullen, OBE, KSG,
  • Dr P. Mullin, KSG,
  • A.F. Murphy, KSG, JP,
  • E.G.D. Murphy, KSS,
  • M.J. Murphy, KSG,
  • The Rt Hon Paul Murphy MP, KSG, KCMCO,
  • Margaret Murphy, DCSS,
  • G.B. Murphy, KCSG, KCHS,
  • Matthew Murphy, KSG,
  • Dr J.F. Napier, KSG,
  • B.F. Nash, KSG,
  • Dr F.E. Neal, KSG,
  • Francis Newing, KSG,
  • A. Nicholls, KSG,
  • M Noblett, KSG,
  • Dr Margaret Norris, DSG,
  • K. Oakley, KSG,
  • John Oates, KCSG,
  • Anne O'Brien, DSG,
  • John O'Brien, KSG,
  • Dr D. O'Connell, KCSG,
  • J. O'Donnell, KCSG,
  • Sqn Ldr D.W. O'Donovan, DSO, DFC, KSG,
  • B. O'Hare, KSG,
  • Ivor O'Mahoney, KSG,
  • John O'Meara, KSG,
  • M. Orbell, KSG,
  • H.J.J O'Reilly, KSG, KHS,
  • Douglas Osler, CB, KSG,
  • J. O'Sullivan, KSS,
  • Marianne O'Sullivan, DSG,
  • R. Owen, KSG,
  • Major General J.H. Page, CB, OBE, MC, KSG,
  • Mario Pagliari, KSG,
  • N. Pardo, KSG,
  • K.E. Parker, KSG,
  • L.S. Pawlick, KSG,
  • B. Pearce, KSG,
  • C. Pearce, DSG,
  • The Rev Anthony S.J. Pellegrini, KSG, KGCO,
  • I.G. Peszynski, MBE, KSS, JP,
  • Joseph Pilendiram, KSG,
  • W Plazak, KCSS,
  • J.M. Poland, KCSG,
  • H.T. Povey, KSS,
  • Michael Power, KSG,
  • John Prendergast, KSG,
  • R Proietti, KSG,
  • W. Pruden, DSS,
  • M.R. Purcell, CMG, KCSG,
  • Paul Questier, KSG,
  • E. Rabaiotti, KSG,
  • Captain P.N. Railing, KSG,
  • A. Rammelt, KSG,
  • Dr A.J.A. Rebello, KSG, KCHS,
  • J. Reddy, KSG,
  • M. Redmile, KSS,
  • Frank Redmond, KSG,
  • G.W. Rees, KSG,
  • John Regan, KSG,
  • Dan Regan, KSG,
  • R. Rendel, DSG,
  • B. Richardson, KCSG, KHS,
  • Peter Robinson, KSS,
  • F.J.E. Rodrigues, KCSG,
  • V de P. Roper, KSG,
  • A. Rossi, KSG,
  • Sir Hugh Rossi, KCSG, KHS,
  • John Rourke, KSG,
  • Cllr A.J. Rouse, KC*SG,
  • Lady Eileen Ryder, DSG,
  • M. Sanguinetti, KSG,
  • F.J. Savage, CMG, LVO, OBE, KCSG,
  • Sir James Savile, OBE, KCSG,
  • J.E.B. Scanlan, KCSG, KGCHS,
  • Prof J.J. Scarisbrick, KSS,
  • N. Scarisbrick, DSS,
  • D.P. Schwarz, OBE, KSG, JP,
  • J. Scott, KSS,
  • J.A. Scouller, KSG,
  • Nigel Searle, KSG,
  • N Sene, KSG,
  • E.F. Sene, KSG,
  • F.J. Shannon, KSG,
  • R.L. Shearmur, KSG,
  • David Sheath, KSG,
  • Senator R. Shenton, KSG,
  • H.V. Sheppee, KSG,
  • F.E. Shields, KSG, JP,
  • J.C. Shoreland, KSG, KHS,
  • L Simmonds KCSG, KCHS, KMCO,
  • H.J. Simms, KSG,
  • A.M. Skillen, KSG,
  • Peter Louis Smith, KSG,
  • Robin Smith, TD, KSG, DL,
  • Patricia Smith, DSG,
  • M.A. Smith, KSG,
  • B.A. Snalune, KSG,
  • Mark Snell, KSG,
  • Con Sobey, KSG,
  • HE A.G. Soteriades, GCSG,
  • J.F. Sova, KCSG, GCHS,
  • Dr S.J.G. Spencer, KSG,
  • P. Spray, KSS,
  • A.V. Stagnetto KCSG, KCHS, QC,
  • Frank Steiner, KSG,
  • Sir Sigmund Sternberg OStJ, KCSG, GCFO, JP,
  • Lady Sternberg, DSS, DFO,
  • J.B. Stilwell, MBE, KSG,
  • Christopher Storr, KSG, KHS,
  • G.M. Stothard, MBE, KSG,
  • Dr M. Straiton, KCSG,
  • Dr B. Stratford, KSG,
  • Dr M. Strode, MBE, KSG,
  • Lady Marie Stubbs, DSG,
  • John Studzinski, KSG,KCSS,
  • J. Stuyt, MBE, DSG,
  • J.S. Sullivan, KSG,
  • M.A. Sutton, MC, KCSG,
  • J.S. Sweetman, KSG,
  • Z.M.M. Swidzinski, KCSS,
  • J. Sylvester, KCSG, KHS,
  • Juliusz Tamiollo, KSS,
  • L.S. Tanner, KSG,
  • Bernard Tansey, KSG,
  • H.J. Tayler, KSG,
  • Dr T.C. Taylor, KStJ, KSG,
  • David Taylor, KSG, KCHS,
  • M. McD. Tempany, OBE, KCSG, KC*HS,
  • The Rt Hon Lord Nolan of Brasted, KCSG,
  • Cllr C.L. Thomas, KSG, JP,
  • The Rt Hon Sir Swinton Thomas, KCSG,
  • Mr Anthony Thompson, KSS,
  • M. Thorne, DSG,
  • H.L. Thwaytes, KSG,
  • The Rev W.J. Timmons, KSG,
  • C Toller, KSG, JP,
  • Mr Miles Tisdall, KSG,
  • The Lord Tombs of Brailes, KSG,
  • Sir Simon Towneley, KCVO, KCSG,
  • John G Turner, KSG,
  • Adrian Turner, LVO, KSS,
  • L van den Berg, KSG,
  • Anthony G D. Vassallo, KSG,
  • Gillian Vassallo, DSG,
  • K.A. Veal, KSG,
  • Iride Villa, DSG,
  • Emile Wahba, KCSG, KHS,
  • R.A. Wake, KSG,
  • Prof. Dr. Zdzislaw Walaszewski, KSS,
  • R.R.A Walker, KSG,
  • D.C. Wall, KSG,
  • Dr R. Walsh, KSG,
  • T.K. Walsh, KSG,
  • Prof P.G. Walsh, KCSG,
  • J. Walsh, KSG,
  • James F. Walsh, KSG,
  • P. Walton, KSG,
  • The Rev Deacon John Walton, KSG,
  • David A. R. Waterton-Anderson, KSG,
  • J.I. Watson, OBE, KSS,
  • Dr D.M. Wharry, KSG,
  • R.T. Wheeler, KCSG, KCHS,
  • C. Whelan, DSG,
  • HE Dr Michael F Whelan KSG, KGCHS,
  • Dr James Whiston, KSG,
  • P. Whiston, KSG,
  • J. White, KSG,
  • R. White, KSG,
  • J. Charles Whitehead, KSG,
  • Christopher J Whitehouse, KSG,
  • M.P. Whitlock, TD, KSS,
  • H. Wilkie, KSG,
  • John Wilkins, KSS,
  • Steven Wilkinson, KSS, KCFO,
  • J.L.B. Wilkinson, KSG,
  • P.R. Williams, KSS,
  • W.J. Williams, KSG,
  • Colonel John Williams, KSG,
  • P.G. Willis, KCSG,
  • Michael Witty, KSG,
  • Mrs Patricia Wohirab, DSG
  • Sir John Woodcock, CBE, QPM, KSG,
  • C. Wookey, KSG,
  • A. Worsfold, KSG, KHS,
  • Dr P.J.J. Wren, OBE, VRD, KSG, JP, DL,
  • Barry Wright, KSG,
  • Andrew Wright, KSG,
  • Terence Wynn, KSG,
  • H. Yates, KSG,
  • V.P. Zonzie, KSG,

Order of St. George

(todo)

Order of Saint George and Reunion

(todo)

Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus

(todo)

Rhodes Scholars

  • "The Rhodes Scholarships, established by the terms of Cecil Rhodes seventh will, are known to everyone. What is not so widely known is that Rhodes in five previous wills left his fortune to form a secret society, which was to devote itself to the preservation and expansion of the British Empire. And what does not seem to be known to anyone is that this secret society was created by Rhodes and his principal trustee, Lord Alfred Milner, and continues to exist to this day. To be sure, this secret society is not a childish thing like the Ku Klux Klan, and it does not have any secret robes, secret handclasps, or secret passwords. It does not need any of these, since its members know each other intimately. It probably has no oaths of secrecy nor any formal procedure of initiation. It does, however, exist and holds secret meetings, over which the senior member present presides." - from Carroll Quigley's "Tragedy & Hope"
  • "Cecil family"
    • "Also note how very little people know of the Cecil family. Note how the Cecil family was far more powerful than any Bauer (Rothschilds) who were desperate to breed with the Cecil's. The Cecil's thought of them as shit on their shoe. The Bauers had to prove their worth to join up and eventually did. Now look who at who controlled the Cecil's and smell the stench of the Society of Jesus and in particular the Italian Pallavicini family of cretins" [105]
    • Cecil Rhodes ("Cecil John Rhodes", 1853–1902)

Order of the British Empire

List of Commanders of the Order of the British Empire


Order of the Bath

(todo)


Military Order of Max Joseph

  • Erich Ludendorff (1865–1937) (German military officer in WWI)
    • "Ludendorff also held Adolf Hitler in the highest regard. In Fritz Thyssen's 1941 book, I Paid Hitler... At Hitler's urging, Ludendorff took part in the Beer Hall Putsch in 1923. The plot failed but Ludendorff was acquitted in the trial that followed. In 1924, he was elected to the Reichstag as a representative of the NSFB" [107]

Légion d'honneur

"Légion d'honneur is a French order established by Napoléon Bonaparte, First Consul of the First Republic, on May 19, 1802. This world-renowned Order is the highest decoration in France and is divided into five various degrees: Chevalier (Knight), Officier (Officer), Commandeur (Commander), Grand Officier (Grand Officer) and Grand-Croix (Grand Cross)." (wikipedia)
  • Jean-Marie Cavada (french EU politician)
    • Also member of: Order of Merit
    • French media executive:
      • Producer of information programmes (1987-1999)
      • Chief executive officer of FR5 (education channel) (1994-1997)
      • Chief executive officer of Radio France overseas (RFO) (1997-1998)
      • Chief executive officer of the Radio France group (1998-2004)
      • Administrator of the ENA (National College of Administration) (1993-1995)
      • Member of the National Committee on Ethics (1993-1995)
      • Administrator of ARTE France's Monitoring Council (1998-2004)
      • Administrator, the French Press Agency (1998-2001)

Club of Rome

  • According to a publication distributed by the Christian Defense League (Box 449., Arabi, LA 70032): "The Club of Rome consists of members of the so-called Black Nobility of Europe, old families which lived in Venice and Genoa. These people have ruled vast financial empires for the past 1500 years... (They) endorsed and accepted the Global 2000 report, prepared by the White House just prior to the departure of Carter. This plan calls for MASS GENOCIDE to be accomplished by limited regional wars, starvation, destruction of the industrial heart of America, and the killing off of 'old people.' The goal of 'Global 2000' is to reduce the world population from 6 billion to 3 billion by the year 2000. The blue print was drafted by the 'Black Nobility' and prominent industrialists who have key membership in the CLUB OF ROME and the German Marshall Fund." [108]
  • Member estimate: ~100 members [109]

Bilderberg Group

See also:

  • Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld
    • Member of: Nazi party, initial Bilderberg Group member [111]
    • "The Bilderberg Groups Long History And Nazi Prince Bernhard Von Lippe-Biesterfeld"
    • "Princes of Plunder: The Shape of Treachery and the Bridge at Arnhem":
      • "Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands also has a decidedly nazi past. German born as Prince Bernhard zur Lippe-Biesterfeld, he joined the nazi party in the early 1930’s, eventually donning the SS uniform. By 1935 he was gainfully employed in I.G. Farben’s intelligence department NW7. His match to Princess Juliana, the daughter of the Dutch Queen Wilhelmina, was reportedly arranged by Farben director, Gerhard Fritze, a relative of NW7’s chief, Max Ilgner. At their marriage ceremony, the Prince’s closest friends struck up the old favourite, the Horst Wessel song, which was the anthem of the Nazis. Shortly after the marriage, the noble prince travelled to Berlin for a private meeting with Hitler, who had publicly intimated that the marriage represented an alliance between both nations - which was refuted by Queen Willhelmina. More telling was the fact that when he arrived in England, after the outbreak of war, and asked to work in British intelligence, his offer was declined by the Admiralty, because they didn’t trust him. Nor did the Supreme Allied Commander, General Dwight Eisenhower who refused him access to sensitive intelligence information. However, with the intervention of King George on Prince Bernhard’s behalf, he was eventually allowed to work in war planning councils. Whoops. Moving on quickly; to understand the very special relationship between Prince Bernhard and General Walter Bedell Smith – who most certainly had complete access general Eisenhower’s intelligence - we need to advance several years. After the war, Prince Bernhard is believed to have been profitably employed dealing in art stolen during the war. Sonderman, who Prince Bernhard described as the “best friend I ever had” (presumably Adolf had by then been forgotten?), acted as the prince’s private pilot for transporting stolen art, according to Ton Biesemaat, who has written an expose of the art ring called “The Correggio Mystery." ... "Another of those seemingly involved in this stolen art-trading ring was Hungarian nobleman, Prince Alfred zur Lippe-Weissenfeld, a relative of Prince Bernhard. By another of those remarkable coincidences, Prince Alfred’s daughter was the wife of Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza de Karzon, son of Fritz Thyssen’s brother and heir to the Thyssen family fortune." ... "Prince Bernhard’s family relationship with that of the Thyssen’s may go some way to explain why, in 1945, together with a unit of Dutch intelligence, Prince Bernhard travelled to the Russian zone in Berlin to recover a batch of buried “incriminating corporate papers” belonging to Fritz Thyssen, that evidenced “secret Thyssen ownership.” This small favour was carried out under the pretext that the daring Prince was recovering the Dutch crown jewels stolen by the Nazis. The papers were returned to Holland and deposited in the Bank voor Handel en Scheepvaart, in Rotterdam, which was secretly owned by Thyssen. Known as Operation Juliana this cunning scheme was a body blow to Allied investigators who were anxiously seeking the “missing pieces of the Thyssen fortune.” The US attorney to the Rotterdam bank was Allen Dulles, who had migrated from the OSS office in Bern, Switzerland, to become the US intelligence chief in post-war Germany."
    • "Bernhard von Lippe-Biesterfeld: The Nazi Prince"
    • Gerard Batten: On September 12, 2011, at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, Batten made an extraordinary one-minute speech questioning why the media do not report on the annual Bilderberg meetings of some of the world's most powerful people. YouTube video:
      • “Thank you, Mr. President. The [European] Commission have recently replied to my written question confirming that Commissioners Joaquin Almunia and Neelie Kroes attended the Bilderberg meeting in St. Moritz in June. The Commission cannot tell me details of what was discussed, but that surely the Bilderberg meetings do not take decisions. If Bilderberg meetings are just talking shops, why do the most powerful figures from around the world, including George Osborne, the [British] Chancellor of the Exchequer, bother to attend? What other summit of world leaders in politics, finance and business would go completely unreported in the mainstream media such as the BBC? It’s impossible not to reach the conclusion that the non-reporting of these events is anything other than a conspiracy between the [Bilderberg] organizers and the media. It merely confirms the belief of many that the hidden agenda and purpose of the Bilderberg Group is to bring about undemocratic world government. It’s a disgrace that the European Commission is colluding in that.”
    • to research:

Trilateral Commission

Estimated membership: ~400 active members

  • "The members of the Trilateral Commission are about 350 distinguished leaders in business, media, academia, public service (excluding current national Cabinet Ministers), labor unions, and other non-governmental organizations from the three regions. The regional Chairmen, Deputy Chairmen, and Directors constitute the leadership of the Trilateral Commission, along with an Executive Committee including about 40 other members."
  • "Active Members Of Shadow Government Running U.S. - The Trilateral Commission 2008"
Chairmen and Directors
  • North American Chairman: THOMAS S. FOLEY
    • Partner, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Washington DC; former U.S. Ambassador to Japan; former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives
  • European Chairman: PETER SUTHERLAND
    • Chairman, BP p.l.c., London; Chairman, Goldman Sachs International; Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Migrations; former Director General, GATT/WTO, Geneva; former Member of the European Commission; former Attorney General of Ireland
  • Pacific Asian Chairman: YOTARO KOBAYASHI
    • Chief Corporate Advisor, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd., Tokyo
  • North American Deputy Chairman: ALLAN E. GOTLIEB
    • Senior Adviser, Bennett Jones LLP, Toronto, ON; Chairman, Sotheby's, Canada; former Canadian Ambassador to the United States
  • North American Deputy Chairman: LORENZO ZAMBRANO
    • Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, CEMEX, Monterrey, NL, Mexico
  • European Deputy Chairman: HERVE DE CARMOY
    • Chairman, Almatis, Frankfurt-am-Main; former Partner, Rhône Group, New York & Paris; Honorary Chairman, Banque Industrielle et Mobilière Privée, Paris; former Chief Executive, Société Générale de Belgique
  • European Deputy Chairman: ANDRZEJ OLECHOWSKI
    • Founder, Civic Platform; former Chairman, Bank Handlowy; former Minister of Foreign Affairs and of Finance, Warsaw
  • Pacific Asian Deputy Chairman: HAN SUNG-JOO
    • President, Korea University, Seoul; former Korean Minister for Foreign Affairs; former Korean Ambassador to the United States
  • Pacific Asian Deputy Chairman: SHIJURO OGATA
    • Former Deputy Governor, Japan Development Bank; former Deputy Governor for International Relations, Bank of Japan
  • North American Vice Chairman: JOSEPH S. NYE, JR.
    • Distinguished Service Professor at Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former Dean, John F. Kennedy School of Government; former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs
  • North American Director: MICHAEL J. O’NEIL
  • European Director: PAUL RÉVAY
  • Pacific Asia Director: TADASHI YAMAMOTO

Former North American Chairmen:

  • PAUL A. VOLCKER (1991-2001) Honorary North American Chairman
  • DAVID ROCKEFELLER (1977-91) Founder and Honorary North American Chairman
  • GERARD C. SMITH (1973-77)
  • Former European Chairmen:
  • OTTO GRAF LAMBSDORFF (1992-2001) Honorary European Chairman
  • GEORGES BERTHOIN (1976-92) Honorary European Chairman
  • MAX KOHNSTAMM (1973-76)
  • Former Japanese Chairmen:
  • KIICHI MIYAZAWA, Acting Chairman (1993-97)
  • AKIO MORITA (1992-93)
  • ISAMU YAMASHITA (1985-92)
  • TAKESHI WATANABE (1973-85)
  • North American Deputy Chairman:
  • ALLAN E. GOTLIEB
European Group
  • Paul Adams, Chief Executive, British American Tobacco, London
  • Urban Ahlin, Member of the Swedish Parliament and Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Stockholm
  • Krister Ahlström, Vice Chairman, Stora Enso and Fortum; former Chairman, Finnish Employers Confederation; former Chairman, Ahlström Corp., Helsinki
  • Edmond Alphandéry, Chairman, Caisse Nationale de Prévoyance, Paris; former Chairman, Electricité de France (EDF); former Minister of the Economy and Finance
  • Jadréanicques An, Ambassadeur de France, Paris; former Ambassador to the United States
  • Jerzy Baczynski, Editor-in-Chief, Polityka, Warsaw
  • Estela Barbot, Director, AGA; Director, Bank Santander Negocios; Member of the General Council, AEP -- Portuguese Business Association, Porto; General Honorary Consul of Guatemala, Lisbon
  • Erik Belfrage, Senior Vice President, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken; Director, Investor AB, Stockholm
  • Marek Belka, Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), Geneva; former Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of Poland, Warsaw; former Ambassador-at-Large and Chairman, Council for International Coordination, Coalition Provisional Authority, Baghdad
  • Baron Jean-Pierre Berghmans, Chairman of the Executive Board, Lhoist Group, Limelette, Belgium
  • Georges Berthoin, International Honorary Chairman, European Movement; Honorary Chairman, The Jean Monnet Association; Honorary European Chairman, The Trilateral Commission, Paris
  • Nicolas Beytout, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, D.I. Group; Former Editor of Le Figaro and Les Echos, Paris
  • Carl Bildt, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sweden; former Chairman, Kreab Group of public affairs companies; former Chairman, Nordic Venture Network, Stockholm; former Member of the Swedish Parliament, Chairman of the Moderate Party and Prime Minister of Sweden; former European Union High Representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina & UN Special Envoy to the Balkans
  • Manfred Bischoff, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, DaimlerChrysler, Munich; former Member of the Board of Management, DaimlerChrysler AG; former Chairman, EADS
  • Ana Patricia Botin, Executive Chairman, Banesto; Vice Chairman, Urbis; Member of the Management Committee, Santander Group, Madrid
  • Jean-Louis Bourlanges, Member of the European Parliament (ALDE Group/UDF) and Chairman, Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, Brussels; former President of the European Movement in France, Paris
  • Jorge Braga de Macedo, President, Tropical Research Institute, Lisbon; Professor of Economics, Nova University at Lisbon; Chairman, Forum Portugal Global; former Minister of Finance
  • Lord Brittan of Spennithorne, Vice Chairman, UBS Investment Bank, London; former Vice President, European Commission
  • Jean-Louis Bruguière, Judge; former First Magistrate and First Vice President of the Paris County Court in charge of the anti-terrorist section
  • Robin Buchanan, Dean, London Business School; former Senior Partner, Bain & Company, London
  • François Bujon de l'Estang, Ambassadeur de France; Chairman, Citigroup France, Paris; former Ambassador to the United States
  • Edelgard Bulmahn, Member of the German Bundestag and Chairwoman of the Committee on Economic Affairs; former Federal Minister, Berlin
  • Sven Burmester, Writer and Explorer, Denmark; former Representative, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Beijing; former World Bank Deputy Secretary and Representative in Cairo
  • Richard Burrows, Governor, Bank of Ireland; Director, Pernod Ricard; Chairman, the Scotch Whisky Association; former President, IBEC (The Irish Business and Employers Confederation), Dublin
  • Hervé de Carmoy, Chairman, Almatis, Frankfurt-am-Main; former Partner, Rhône Group, New York & Paris; Honorary Chairman, Banque Industrielle et Mobilière Privée, Paris; former Chief Executive, Société Générale de Belgique
  • Antonio Carrapatoso, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Vodafone Portugal, Lisbon; Member of the Board of Directors, Vodafone Spain & Vodacom
  • Salvatore Carrubba, Director of Strategies and Columnist, Il Sole 24 Ore, Milan; former Culture Alderman, Municipality of Milan
  • Carme Chacon Piqueras, Minister of Housing; former First Vice-President of the Spanish Parliament, Madrid
  • Jürgen Chrobog, Chairman, BMW Herbert Quandt Foundation, Munich; former German Deputy Foreign Minister and Ambassador to the United States
  • Luc Coene, Minister of State; Deputy Governor, National Bank of Belgium, Brussels
  • Sir Ronald Cohen, Founding Partner and Executive Chairman, Apax Partners Worldwide, London
  • Bertrand Collomb, Chairman, Lafarge, Paris; Chairman, World Business Council for Sustainable Development
  • Iain Conn, Member of the Board of Directors and of the Executive Management Team, BP, London
  • R Richard Conroy, Chairman, Conroy Diamonds & Gold, Dublin; Member of Senate, Republic of Ireland
  • Eckhard Cordes, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Management Board, Franz Haniel & Cie., Duisburg; Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Management Board, Metro; former Member of the Board, DaimlerChrysler, Stuttgart
  • Alfonso Cortina, Chairman, Colonial; former Chairman, Repsol-YPF Foundation, Madrid
  • Eduardo Costa, Executive Vice Chairman, Banco Finantia, Lisbon; Member, Forum Portugal Global
  • Enrico Tomaso Cucchiani, Member of the Board of Management, Allianz SE, Munich; Chief Executive Officer, Allianz S.p.A., Trieste
  • Michel David-Weill, Former Chairman, Lazard LLC, worldwide; Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Eurazeo, Paris
  • Vladimir Dlouhy, Senior Advisor, ABB; International Advisor, Goldman Sachs; former Czechoslovak Minister of Economy; former Czech Minister of Industry & Trade, Prague
  • Bill Emmott, Former Editor, The Economist, London
  • Pedro Miguel Echenique, Professor of Physics, University of the Basque Country; President, Foundation Donostia International Physic Center (DIPC); former Basque Minister of Education, San Sebastian
  • Laurent Fabius, Member of the French National Assembly and of the Foreign Affairs Committee; former Prime Minister & Minister of the Economy & Finance, Paris
  • Oscar Fanjul, Vice Chairman, Omega Capital, Madrid
  • Grete Faremo, Director of Law and Corporate Affairs for Western Europe, Microsoft Norway; former Executive Vice President, Storebrand; former Norwegian Minister of Development Cooperation, Minister of Justice and Minister of Oil and Energy, Oslo
  • Nemesio Fernandez-Cuesta, Executive Director of Upstream, Repsol-YPF; former Chairman, Prensa Española, Madrid
  • Jürgen Fitschen, Member of the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt-am-Main
  • Klaus-Dieter Frankenberger, Foreign Editor, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt am Main
  • Louise Fresco, University Professor, University of Amsterdam; Member of the Board of non-executive Directors, RABO Bank, Utrecht; former Assistant Director-General, Head of Agriculture Department, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
  • Hugh Friel, Chief Executive, Kerry Group, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland
  • Lykke Friis, Pro-Rector, University of Copenhagen
  • Michael Fuchs, Member of the German Bundestag, Berlin; former President, National Federation of German Wholesale & Foreign Trade
  • Lord Garel-Jones, Managing Director, UBS Investment Bank, London; Member of the House of Lords; former Minister of State at the Foreign Office (European Affairs)
  • Antonio Garrigues Walker, Chairman, Garrigues Abogados y Asesores Tributarios, Madrid
  • Wolfgang Gerhardt, Member of the German Bundestag; Chairman of the Friedrich-Naumann Foundation; former Chairman of the Free Democratic Party, Berlin
  • Lord Gilbert, Member of the House of Lords; former Minister for Defence, London
  • Esther Giménez-Salinas, Rector, Ramon Llull University; Professor of Criminal Law, ESADE Law School, Ramon Llull University, Barcelone
  • General The Lord Guthrie, Director, N M Rothschild & Sons, London; Member of the House of Lords; former Chief of the Defence Staff, London
  • Antti Herlin, Chairman of the Board, Kone Oyj, Helsinki
  • Helga Hernes, Senior Advisor, PRIO (International Peace Research Institute Oslo); Chair, Norwegian Parliamentary Intelligence Oversight Committee, Oslo; former Norwegian Ambassador
  • Nigel Higgins, Senior Partner, N M Rothschild & Sons, London
  • Anne-Marie Idrac, Chairman, SNCF, Paris; former Member of Parliament and State Secretary for Transport
  • Mugur Isarescu, Governor, National Bank of Romania, Bucharest; former Prime Minister
  • Baron Daniel Janssen, Honorary Chairman, Solvay, Brussels
  • Trinidad Jiménez, International Relations Secretary of the Socialist Party (PSOE) & Member of the Federal Executive Committee; Secretary of State for Latin America, Madrid
  • Béla Kadar, Member of the Hungarian Academy, Budapest; Member of the Monetary Council of the National Bank; President of the Hungarian Economic Association; Former Ambassador of Hungary to the O.E.C.D., Paris; former Hungarian Minister of International Economic Relations and Member of Parliament
  • Robert Kassai, General Vice President, The National Association of Craftmen’s Corporations, Budapest
  • Lord Kerr of Kinlochard, Deputy Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell plc; Member of the House of Lords, London; former British Ambassador to the United States; former Secretary General, European Convention
  • Sixten Korkman, Managing Director, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy (ETLA) & Finnish Business and Policy Forum (EVA), Helsinki
  • Arpad Kovacs, President, State Audit Office of Hungary, Budapest
  • Gabor Kovacs, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Bankar Holding; Founder, KOGART (the Kovacs Gabor Art Foundation), Budapest
  • Ivan Krastev, Chairman of the Board and Programme Director for Political Research, Centre for Liberal Strategies, Sofia; Editor-in-Chief, Bulgarian Edition, Foreign Policy
  • Jiri Kunert, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Zivnostenska banka; President of the Czech Association of Banks, Prague
  • Ulysses Kyriacopoulos, Chairman, S&B Group; former Chairman, Federation of Greek Industries, Athens
  • Count Otto Lambsdorff, Partner, Wessing Lawyers, Düsseldorf; former Chairman, Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Berlin; former Member of German Bundestag; Honorary Chairman, Free Democratic Party; former Federal Minister of Economy; former President of the Liberal International; Honorary European Chairman, The Trilateral Commission, Paris
  • Kurt Lauk, Member of the European Parliament (EPP Group-CDU); Chairman, Globe Capital Partners, Stuttgart; President, Economic Council of the CDU Party, Berlin; Former Member of the Board, DaimlerChrysler, Stuttgart
  • Anne Lauvergeon, Chairperson of the Executive Board, Areva; Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer, Cogema, Paris
  • Ulrich Lehner, Chairman, Henkel, Düsseldorf
  • Pierre Lellouche, Member of the French National Assembly and of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Paris; former President, NATO Parliamentary Assembly
  • Enrico Letta, Under State Secretary, Office of the Prime Minister, Italy; former Minister of European Affairs, Industry, and of Industry and International Trade, Rome
  • Thomas Leysen, Chief Executive Officer, Umicore, Brussels
  • Marianne Lie, Director General, Norwegian Shipowner’s Association, Oslo
  • Erkki Liikanen, Chairman of the Board, Bank of Finland, Helsinki; former Finnish Minister of Finance; former European Commissioner
  • Count Maurice Lippens, Chairman, Fortis, Brussels
  • Peter Löscher, Chief Executive Officer, Siemens, Munich
  • Helge Lund, Chief Executive Officer of the Norwegian Oil Company, Statoil, Oslo
  • Cees Maas, Honorary Vice Chairman of the ING Group and former Chief Financial Officer, Amsterdam; former Treasurer of the Dutch Government
  • Peter Mandelson, Member of the European Commission (Trade), Brussels; former Member of the British Parliament; former Secretary of State to Northern Ireland and for Trade and Industry
  • Abel Matutes, Chairman, Empresas Matutes, Ibiza; former Member of the European Commission, Brussels; former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Madrid
  • Francis Maude, Member of the British Parliament; Chairman of the Conservative Party; Director, Benfield Group; former Shadow Foreign Secretary, London
  • Joao de Menezes Ferreira, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ECO-SOROS, Lisbon; former Member of the Portuguese Parliament
  • Friedrich Merz, Member of the German Bundestag; former Member of the European Parliament; former Chairman of the Parliamentary Group of the CDU/CSU in the Bundestag, Berlin
  • Peter Mitterbauer, Honorary President, The Federation of Austrian Industry, Vienna; President and Chief Executive Officer, Miba, Laakirchen
  • Pietro Modiano, Managing Director & Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Intesa Sanpaolo, Turin
  • Dominique Moïsi, Special Advisor to the Director General of the French Institute for International Relations (IFRI), Paris
  • Mario Monti, President and Professor Emeritus, Bocconi University, Milan; Chairman of BRUEGEL and of ECAS, Brussels; former Member of the European Commission (Competition Policy)
  • Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, Chairman, Fiat, Turin; Chairman, Confindustria (Italian Confederation of Industry), Rome
  • Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, Chairman, The Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Chairman, Anglo American; former Chairman, Royal Dutch/Shell Group, London
  • Klaus-Peter Müller, Chairman of the Board of Managing Directors, Commerzbank, Frankfurt-am-Main; President, Association of German Banks (BDB), Berlin
  • Harald Norvik, Chairman and Partner, ECON Management; former President and Chief Executive, Statoil, Oslo
  • Ewald Nowotny, Chief Executive Officer, BAWAG P.S.K., Vienna
  • Arend Oetker, President, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP); Vice Chairman, Federation of German Industries; Managing Director, Dr. Arend Oetker Holding, Berlin
  • Andrzej Olechowski, Founder, Civic Platform; Former Chairman, Bank Handlowy; former Minister of Foreign Affairs and of Finance, Warsaw
  • Richard Olver, Chairman, BAE Systems, London
  • Janusz Palikot, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Polmos, Lublin; Vice President, Polish Confederation of Private Employers; Co-owner, Publishing House slowo/obraz terytoria; Member of the Board of Directors, Polish Business Council, Warsaw
  • Dimitry Panitza, Founding Chairman, The Free and Democratic Bulgaria Foundation; Founder and Chairman, The Bulgarian School of Politics, Sofia
  • Lucas Papademos, Vice President, European Central Bank, Frankfurt-am-Main; former Governor of the Bank of Greece
  • Lord Patten of Barnes, Chancellor of the University of Oxford; Chairman, International Crisis Group, Brussels; former Member of the European Commission (External Relations), Brussels; former Governor of Hong Kong; former Member of the British Cabinet, London
  • Volker Perthes, Chairman and Director, German Institute for International and Security Affairs,
  • Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP), Berlin
  • Carlo Pesenti, Managing Director, Italcementi, Bergamo
  • Dieter Pfundt, Personally Liable Partner, Sal. Oppenheim Bank, Frankfurt-am-Main
  • Josep Piqué, Chairman of the Popular Party of Catalunya, Barcelona; Member of the Parliament of Catalunya; Member of the Spanish Senate; former Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Benoît Potier, Chairman of the Management Board, L’Air Liquide, Paris
  • Alessandro Profumo, Chief Executive Officer, UniCredit Group, Milan
  • Luigi Ramponi, Member of the Italian Senate; former Chairman of the Defence Committee of the Chamber of Deputies, Rome; former Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff (Italian Army)
  • Juha Rantanen, President and Chief Executive Officer, Outokumpu Group, Espoo, Finland
  • Wanda Rapaczynska, President of the Management Board, Agora, Warsaw
  • Gianfelice Rocca, Chairman, Techint Group of Companies, Milan; Vice President, Confindustria, Rome
  • H. Onno Ruding, Chairman, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Brussels; Former Vice Chairman, Citibank; former Dutch Minister of Finance
  • Ferdinando Salleo, Vice Chairman, MCC (Mediocredito Centrale), Rome; former Ambassador to the United States
  • Jacques Santer, Honorary State Minister, Luxembourg; former Member of the European Parliament; former President of the European Commission; former Prime Minister of Luxembourg
  • Silvio Scaglia, Chairman, Babelgum, London; Chairman, SMS Finance; former Chairman, Fastweb, Milan
  • Paolo Scaroni, Chief Executive Officer, ENI, Rome
  • Guido Schmidt-Chiari, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Constantia Group; former Chairman, Creditanstalt Bankverein, Vienna
  • Henning Schulte-Noelle, Chairman of the Supervisory Board and former Chief Executive Officer, Allianz, Munich
  • Karel Schwarzenberg, Minister of Foreign Affairs; Founder and Director, Nadace Bohemiae, Prague; former Member of the Czech Senate; former Chancellor to President Havel; former President of the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights
  • Carlo Secchi, Professor of European Economic Policy and former Rector, Bocconi University; Vice President, ISPI, Milan; former Member of the Italian Senate and of the European Parliament
  • Tøger Seidenfaden, Editor-in-Chief, Politiken, Copenhagen
  • Maurizio Sella, Chairman, Gruppo Banca Sella, Biella; former Chairman, Association of Italian Banks (A.B.I.), Rome
  • Slawomir S. Sikora, Chief Executive Officer and Citigroup Country Officer for Poland, Bank Handlowy w Warszawie, Warsaw
  • Stefano Silvestri, President, Institute for International Affairs (IAI), Rome; Commentator, Il Sole 24 Ore; former Under Secretary of State for Defence, Italy
  • Lord Simon of Highbury, Member of the House of Lords, Deputy Chairman of Unilever; Non-Executive Director of Suez Group; Senior Adviser of Morgan Stanley Europe; former Minister for Trade & Competitiveness in Europe; former Chairman of BP, London
  • Nicholas Soames, Member of the British Parliament, London
  • Sir Martin Sorrell, Chief Executive Officer, WPP Group, London
  • Petar Stoyanov, Former President of the Republic of Bulgaria; Member of Bulgarian
  • Parliament; Chairman of Parliamentary Group of United Democratic Forces; Chairman of Union of Democratic Forces, Sofia
  • Peter Straarup, Chairman of the Executive Board, Danske Bank, Copenhagen; Chairman, the Danish Bankers Association
  • Peter Sutherland, Chairman, BP p.l.c.; Chairman, Goldman Sachs International; Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Migrations; former Director General, GATT/WTO; former Member of the European Commission; former Attorney General of Ireland
  • Pavel Telicka, Partner, BXL-Consulting, Prague
  • Jean-Philippe Thierry, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, AGF (Assurances Générales de France), Paris
  • Lady Barbara Thomas Judge, Chairman, UKAEA (United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority); former US Securities Exchange Commissioner
  • Harri Tiido, Undersecretary for Political Affairs, Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tallinn; former Ambassador of Estonia and Head of the Estonian Mission to NATO
  • Marco Tronchetti Provera, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Pirelli & C., Milan; Deputy Chairman, Confindustria, Rome; former Chairman, Telecom Italia
  • Andreas Treichl, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Erste Bank der Oesterreichischen Sparkassen, Vienna
  • Elsbeth Tronstad, Executive Director, Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (NHO); former Vice President, ABB, Oslo
  • Loukas Tsoukalis, Special Adviser to the President of the European Commission; Professor at the University of Athens and the College of Europe; President of the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP), Athens
  • Mario Vargas Llosa, Writer and Member of the Royal Spanish Academy, Madrid
  • George Vassiliou, Former Head of the Negotiating Team for the Accession of Cyprus to the European Union; former President of the Republic of Cyprus; Former Member of Parliament and Leader of United Democrats, Nicosia
  • Jeroen van der Veer, Chief Executive, Royal Dutch Shell, The Hague
  • Franco Venturini, Senior Editorial Commentator on Foreign Affairs, Corriere della Sera, Rome
  • Janne Virkkunen, Senior Editor-in-Chief, Helsingin Sanomat, Helsinki
  • Marko Voljc, Chief Executive Officer, K & H Bank, Budapest; former General Manager of Central Europe Directorate, KBC Bank Insurance Holding, Brussels; former Chief Executive Officer, Nova Ljubljanska Banka, Ljubljana
  • Alexandr Vondra, Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs; former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prague
  • Joris Voorhoeve, Member of the Council of State; former Member of the Dutch Parliament; former Minister of Defence, The Hague
  • Panagis Vourloumis, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Hellenic Telecommunications Organization (O.T.E.), Athens
  • Marcus Wallenberg, Chairman of the Board, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB), Stockholm
  • Serge Weinberg, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Accor; Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Weinberg Capital Partners; former Chairman of the Management Board, Pinault-Printemps-Redoute; former President, Institute of International and Strategic Studies (IRIS), Paris
  • Heinrich Weiss, Chairman, SMS, Düsseldorf; former Chairman, Federation of German Industries, Berlin
  • Nout Wellink, President, Dutch Central Bank, Amsterdam
  • Hans Wijers, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Akzo Nobel, Arnhem
  • Matthias Wissmann, President, Organization of the German Automobile Industry (Verband Der Automobilindustrie - VDA), Frankfurt am Main; former Member of German Bundestag; former Federal Minister
  • Emilio Ybarra, former Chairman, Banco Bilbao-Vizcaya, Madrid

Former Members in Public Service:

  • John Bruton, European Union Ambassador & Head, Delegation of the European Commission to the United States
  • Lene Espersen, Minister of Justice, Denmark
  • Toomas Hendrik Ilves, President of the Republic of Estonia, Tallinn
North American Group
  • Madeleine K. Albright, Principal, The Albright Group LLC, Washington, DC;
  • former U.S. Secretary of State
  • Richard L. Armitage, President, Armitage International LLC, Washington, DC;
  • former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State
  • James L. Balsillie, Co-Chief Executive Officer, Research in Motion, Ltd., Waterloo, ON
  • Charlene Barshefsky, Senior International Partner, Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering, Washington, DC; former U.S. Trade Representative
  • Alan R. Batkin, Vice Chairman, Eton Park Capital Management, New York, NY
  • Nani Becalli-Falco, President and Chief Executive Officer, GE International, Brussels, Belgium
  • Doug Bereuter, President, The Asia Foundation, San Francisco, CA; former Member, U.S. House of Representatives
  • C. Fred Bergsten, Director, Peterson Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC; former U.S. Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs
  • Catherine Bertini, Professor of Public Administration, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; Senior Fellow, Agricultural Development, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; former Under-Secretary-General for Management, United Nations
  • Dennis C. Blair, USN (Ret.), Omar Bradley Chair of Strategic Leadership, Army War College and Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA
  • Robert D. Blackwill, President, Barbour Griffith & Rogers International, Washington, DC; former U.S. Ambassador to India; former U.S. National Security Council Deputy for Iraq;
  • Herminio Blanco Mendoza, Private Office of Herminio Blanco, Mexico City, NL; former Mexican Secretary of Commerce and Industrial Development
  • David G. Bradley, Chairman, Atlantic Media Company, Washington, DC
  • Lael Brainard, Vice President and Founding Director, Global Economy and Development Program,
  • The Brookings Institution
  • Harold Brown, Counselor, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC; General Partner, Warburg Pincus & Company, New York, NY; former U.S. Secretary of Defense
  • Zbigniew Brzezinski, Counselor, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC; Robert Osgood Professor of American Foreign Affairs, Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University; former U.S. Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
  • Sylvia Mathews Burwell, President, Global Development Programs, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, WA
  • Louis C. Camilleri, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Altria Group, Inc., New York, NY
  • Kurt Campbell, Chief Executive Officer, Center for a New American Security (CNAS), Washington, DC; Director of the Aspen Strategy Group; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asia and the Pacific
  • Raymond Chrétien, Strategic Advisor, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP, Montreal, QC; Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center for International Studies of the University of Montreal; former Associate Under-Secretary of State of External Affairs; former Ambassador of Canada to the Congo, Belgium, Mexico, the United States and France
  • William T. Coleman III, Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer, Cassatt Corporation;
  • Founder, former Chairman and CEO and Member, Board of Directors, BEA Systems, San Jose, CA
  • Timothy C. Collins, Senior Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Ripplewood Holdings, New York, NY
  • Ric hard N. Cooper, Maurits C. Boas Professor of International Economics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former Chairman, U.S. National Intelligence Council; former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs
  • E. Gerald Corrigan, Managing Director, Goldman, Sachs & Co., New York, NY; former President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
  • Michael J. Critelli, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Pitney Bowes Inc., Stamford, CT
  • Lee Cullum, former regular commentator, "NewsHour with Jim Lehrer," and columnist, Dallas, TX
  • H. Lawrence Culp, Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer, Danaher Corporation, Washington, DC
  • Gerald L. Curtis, Burgess Professor of Political Science, Columbia University, New York, NY; Visiting Professor, Graduate Research Institute for Policy Studies, Tokyo
  • Lynn Davis, Senior Political Scientist, The RAND Corporation, Arlington, VA; former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security
  • Arthur A. DeFehr, President and Chief Executive Officer, Palliser Furniture, Winnipeg, MB
  • André Desmarais, President and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Power Corporation of Canada, Montréal, QC; Deputy Chairman, Power Financial Corporation
  • John M. Deutch, Institute Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA; former Director of Central Intelligence; former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense
  • Jamie Dimon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, JPMorgan Chase & Co., New York, NY
  • Peter C. Dobell, Founding Director, Parliamentary Centre, Ottawa, ON
  • Wendy K. Dobson, Professor and Director, Institute for International Business, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON; former Canadian Associate Deputy Minister of Finance
  • K Kenneth M. Duberstein, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Duberstein Group, Washington, DC; former Chief of Staff to President Ronald Reagan
  • P Peggy Dulany, Founder and Chair, Synergos Institute , New York, NY
  • Robert Eckert, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Mattel, Inc., El Segundo, CA
  • Jessica P. Einhorn, Dean, Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC; former Managing Director for Finance and Resource Mobilization, World Bank
  • Dianne Feinstein, Member (D-CA), U.S. Senate
  • Martin S. Feldstein, George F. Baker Professor of Economics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; President and Chief Executive Officer, National Bureau of Economic Research; former U.S.Chairman, President’s Council of Economic Advisors
  • Roger W. Ferguson, Jr., Chairman, Swiss Re America Holding Corporation, Washington, DC; former Vice Chairman, Board of Governors, U.S. Federal Reserve System
  • Stanley Fischer, Governor of the Bank of Israel, Jerusalem; former President, Citigroup International and Vice Chairman, Citgroup, New York, NY; former First Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
  • Richard W. Fisher, President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Dallas, TX; former U.S. Deputy Trade Representative
  • Thomas S. Foley, Partner, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Washington, DC; former U.S. Ambassador to Japan; former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives; North American Chairman, Trilateral Commission
  • Kristin J. Forbes, Associate Professor of Economics, MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, MA; former member of the Council of Economic Advisors
  • Michael B.G. Froman, Managing Director, Head of Infrastructure and Sustainable Development, Citi Alternative Investments, Citigroup Inc., New York, NY
  • Francis Fukuyama, Bernard L. Schwartz Professor International Political Economy, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC
  • Dionisio Garza Medina, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, ALFA, Garza Garcia, NL
  • Richard A. Gephardt, former Member (D-MO), U.S. House of Representatives
  • David Gergen, Professor of Public Service, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; Editor-at-Large, U.S. News and World Report
  • Francisco Gil-Díaz, Executive President, Telefónica México and Central América, Mexico City, DF
  • Peter C. Godsoe, retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Scotiabank, Toronto, ON
  • Allan E. Gotlieb, Senior Advisor, Bennett Jones LLP, Toronto, ON; Chairman, Sotheby’s, Canada; former Canadian Ambassador to the United States; North American Deputy Chairman, Trilateral Commission
  • Bill Graham, former Member of Canadian House of Commons; former Minister of Foreign Affairs and former Minister of Defence, Ottawa; Chancellor, Trinity College, University of Toronto
  • Donald E. Graham, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Washington Post Company,
  • Washington, DC
  • Jeffrey W. Greenberg, Managing Principal, Aquiline Capital Partners, LLC, New York, NY; former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Marsh & McLennan Companies
  • Richard N. Haass, President, Council on Foreign Relations, New York, NY; former Director, Policy Planning, U. S. Department of State; former Director of Foreign Policy Studies, The Brookings Institution
  • James T. Hackett, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Anadarko Petroleum Corp.,
  • The Woodlands, TX
  • John J. Hamre, President, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC; former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense and Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller)
  • Richard F. Haskayne, Board Chairman Emeritus, University of Calgary, AB; past Chairman of the Board of TransCanada Corporation
  • Charles B. Heck, Senior Adviser and former North American Director, Trilateral Commission; Associate Professor of History and Global Perspectives, Principia College
  • Carlos Heredia, Economist, Mexico City, DF; Advisor to the Governor of Michoacán
  • Carla A. Hills, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Hills & Company, International Consultants, Washington, DC; former U.S. Trade Representative; former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
  • Karen Elliott House, writer, Princeton, NJ; Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International
  • Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former Senior Vice President, Dow Jones & Company, and Publisher, The Wall Street Journal
  • Alejandro Junco de la Vega, President and Director, Grupo Reforma, Monterrey, NL
  • Robert Kagan, Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, DC
  • Arnold Kanter, Principal and Founding Member, The Scowcroft Group, Washington, DC; former
  • U.S. Under Secretary of State
  • Charles R. Kaye, Co-President, Warburg Pincus LLC, New York, NY
  • James Kimsey, President and Executive Director, The Kimsey Foundation, Washington, DC
  • Michael Klein, Co-President, Corporate and Investment Banking, and Chief Executive Officer, Global Banking, Citigroup Inc., New York, NY
  • Steven E. Koonin, Chief Scientist, BP, London, UK
  • Enrique Krauze, General Director, Editorial Clio Libros y Videos, S.A. de C.V., Mexico City, DF
  • Robert Lane, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Deere & Company, Moline, IL
  • Fred Langhammer, Chairman, Global Affairs, The Estée Lauder Companies, Inc., New York, NY
  • Winston Lord, Co-Chairman of Overseers and former Co-Chairman of the Board, International Rescue Committee, New York, NY; former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; former U.S. Ambassador to China
  • E. Peter Lougheed, Senior Partner, Bennett Jones, Barristers & Solicitors, Calgary, AB; former Premier of Alberta
  • Roy MacLaren, former Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom; former Canadian Minister of International Trade; Toronto, ON
  • John A. MacNaughton, former President and Chief Executive Officer, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Toronto, ON
  • Antonio Madero, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, San Luis Corporacion, S.A. de C.V., Mexico City, DF
  • John Manley, Senior Counsel, McCarthy Tétrault LLP, Ottawa, ON; former Canadian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance
  • Sir Deryck C. Maughan, Managing Director and Chairman, KKR Asia, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., New York, NY; former Vice Chairman, Citigroup
  • Jay Mazur, President Emeritus, UNITE (Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees); Vice Chairman, Amalgamated Bank of New York; and President, ILGWU's 21st Century Heritage Foundation, New York, NY
  • James Moore, Member from British Columbia, Canadian Parliament, Ottawa, ON; Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada and the Pacific Gateway and Vancouver 2010 Olympics
  • Marc H. Morial, President and Chief Executive Officer, National Urban League, New York, NY; former Mayor, New Orleans, LA
  • Heather Munroe-Blum, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, McGill University, Montreal, QC
  • Indra K. Nooyi, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo, Inc., Purchase, NY
  • Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Distinguished Service Professor at Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former Dean, John F. Kennedy School of Government; former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs;
  • North American Vice Chairman, Trilateral Commission
  • David J. O'Reilly, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation, San Ramon, CA
  • Meghan L. O'Sullivan, Institute of Politics Fellow, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former Special Assistant to President George W. Bush and Deputy National Security Advisor for Iraq and Afghanistan, National Security Council, The White House
  • Richard N. Perle, Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC; member and former Chairman, Defense Policy Board, U.S. Department of Defense; former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy
  • Thomas R. Pickering, Vice Chairman, Hills & Company, International Consultants, Washington, DC; former Senior Vice President, International Relations, The Boeing Company, Arlington, VA; former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs; former U.S. Ambassador to the Russian Federation, India, Israel, El Salvador, Nigeria, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and the United Nations
  • Martha C. Piper, former President and Vice-Chancellor, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
  • Richard Plepler, Co-president, HBO, New York, NY
  • Joseph W. Ralston, USAF (Ret.), Vice Chairman, The Cohen Group, Washington, DC; former Commander, U.S. European Command, and Supreme Allied Commander NATO; former Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, U.S. Department of Defense
  • Charles B. Rangel, Member (D-NY), U.S. House of Representatives
  • Federico Reyes Heroles, President of the Board, Transparencia Mexicana, Mexico City, DF
  • Susan Rice, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies and Global Economy and Development Programs, Brookings Institution, Washington, DC; former Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs; former Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for African Affairs, National Security Council
  • Hartley Richardson, President, James Richardson & Sons, Ltd., Winnipeg, MB
  • Joseph E. Robert, Jr., Chairman and Chief Executive Office, J.E. Robert Companies, McLean, VA
  • John D. Rockefeller IV, Member (D-WV), U.S. Senate
  • Kenneth Rogoff, Professor of Economics and Director, Center for International Development, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former Chief Economist and Director, Research Department, International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC
  • Charles Rose, Host of the Charlie Rose Show and Charlie Rose Special Edition, PBS, New York, NY
  • Irene B. Rosenfeld, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Kraft Foods, Inc., Northfield, IL
  • Dennis Ross, Counselor and Ziegler Distinguished Fellow, The Washingon Institute for Near East Policy, Washington, DC; former Special Middle East Coordinator in President Clinton’s Administration
  • David M. Rubenstein, Co-founder and Managing Director, The Carlyle Group, Washington, DC
  • Luis Rubio, President, Center of Research for Development (CIDAC), Mexico City, DF
  • Arthur F. Ryan, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Prudential Financial, Inc., Newark, NJ
  • Jaime Serra, Chairman, SAI Consulting, Mexico City, DF; former Mexican Minister of Trade and Industry
  • Dinakar Singh, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, TPG-Axon Capital, New York, NY; former Co-head, Principal Strategies Department, Goldman Sachs
  • Anne-Marie Slaughter, Dean, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
  • Gordon Smith, Director, Centre for Global Studies, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC; Chairman, Board of Governors, International Development Research Centre; former Canadian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Personal Representative of the Prime Minister to the Economic Summit
  • Donald R. Sobey, Chairman Emeritus, Empire Company Ltd., Halifax, NS
  • Ronald D. Southern, Chairman, ATCO Group, Calgary, AB
  • James B. Steinberg, Dean, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, Austin, TX; former Vice President and Director of the Foreign Policy Studies Program, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC; former U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor
  • Jessica Stern, Academic Director, Program on Terrorism and the Law, Harvard Law School, and Lecturer in Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
  • Barbara Stymiest, Chief Operating Officer, RBC Financial Group, Toronto, ON
  • Lawrence H. Summers, Charles W. Eliot University Professor of Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former President, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury
  • John J. Sweeney, President, AFL-CIO, Washington, DC
  • Strobe Talbott, President, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC; former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State
  • George J. Tenet, Distinguished Professor, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington, DC; former U.S. Director of Central Intelligence
  • John Thain, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc, New York, NY; former Chief Executive Officer, New York Stock Exchange, New York, NY; former President and Co-Chief Operating Officer, Goldman Sachs & Co.
  • Paul A. Volcker, former Chairman, Wolfensohn & Co., Inc., New York; Frederick H. Schultz Professor Emeritus, International Economic Policy, Princeton University; former Chairman, Board of Governors, U.S. Federal Reserve System; Honorary North American Chairman and former North American Chairman, Trilateral Commission
  • William H. Webster, Senior Partner, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP, Washington, DC; former U.S. Director of Central Intelligence; former Director, U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation; former Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit
  • Fareed Zakaria, Editor, Newsweek International, New York, NY
  • Lorenzo H. Zambrano, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, CEMEX, Monterrey, NL; North American Deputy Chairman, Trilateral Commission
  • Ernesto Zedillo, Director, Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, Yale University, New Haven, CT; former President of Mexico
  • Mortimer B. Zuckerman, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, U.S. News & World Repor,t and Publisher, New York Daily News; Founder and Chairman of Boston Properties, Inc.; New York, NY
  • William T. Coleman, Jr., Senior Partner and the Senior Counselor, O’Melveny & Myers, Washington, DC; former U.S. Secretary of Transportation; Lifetime Trustee, Trilateral Commission
  • Henry A. Kissinger, Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc., New York, NY; former U.S. Secretary of State; former U.S. Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs; Lifetime Trustee, Trilateral Commission
  • Robert S. McNamara, former President, World Bank; former U.S. Secretary of Defense; former President, Ford Motor Company; Lifetime Trustee, Trilateral Commission
  • David Rockefeller, Founder, Honorary Chairman, and Lifetime Trustee, Trilateral Commission,
  • New York, NY

Former Members in Public Service:

  • Richard B. Cheney, Vice President of the United States
  • Paula J. Dobriansky, U.S. Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs
  • Luis Téllez, Secretary of Communications and Transport of Mexico
  • Robert B. Zoellick, President, World Bank
Pacific Asian Group

(Note: Those without city names are Japanese Members. Korean names are shown with surname first.)

  • Narongchai Akrasanee, Director and Chairman of Board of Executive Directors, Export Import Bank of Thailand; former Minister of Commerce of Thailand; Bangkok
  • Ali Alatas, Advisor and Special Envoy of the President of the Republic of Indonesia; former Indonesian Minister for Foreign Affairs; Jakarta
  • Philip Burdon, Former Chairman, Asia 2000 Foundation; New Zealand Chairman, APEC; former New Zealand Minister of Trade Negotiations; Wellington
  • Fujio Cho, Chairman, Toyota Motor Corporation
  • Cho Suck-Rai, Chairman, Hyosung Group, Seoul
  • Chung Mong-Joon, Member, Korean National Assembly; Vice President, Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA); Seoul
  • Barry Desker, Dean, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies; Vice Chairman, Singapore Business Federation; Honorary Advisor to the Minister for Trade and Industry, Singapore
  • Takashi Ejiri, Lawyer, Nishimura Asahi Law Office
  • Jesus P. Estanislao, President and Chief Executive Officer, Institute of Corporate Directors/Institute of Solidarity in Asia, Manila; former Philippine Minister of Finance
  • Hugh Fletcher, Chancellor, The University of Auckland; former Chief Executive Officer, Fletcher Challenge
  • Hiroaki Fujii, Advisor, The Japan Foundation; Chairman, Mori Arts Center; former Japanese Ambassador to the United Kingdom
  • Shinji Fukukawa, Chairman, TEPIA, The Machine Industry Memorial Foundation
  • Yoichi Funabashi, Chief Diplomatic Correspondent and Columnist, The Asahi Shimbun
  • Carrillo Gantner, President, The Myer Foundation; Melbourne
  • Ross Garnaut, Professor of Economics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, Canberra
  • Toyoo Gyohten, President, Institute for International Monetary Affairs; Senior Advisor, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.
  • Han Sung-Joo, President, Korea University, Seoul; former Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs; former Korean Ambassador to the United States; Pacific Asia Deputy Chairman, Trilateral Commission
  • Stuart Harris, Professor of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, Canberra; former Australian Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Azman Hashim, Chairman, AmBank Group, Kuala Lumpur
  • John R. Hewson, Chairman, The John Hewson Group, Sydney; Former Leader of the Federal Opposition, Australia; Special Adviser to the Under Secretary of UNESCAP
  • Ernest M. Higa, President and CEO, Higa Industries
  • Hong Seok Hyun, former Chairman and CEO, Joong Ang Ilbo; former Korean Ambassador to the United States; Seoul
  • Shintaro Hori, Chairman, Bain Capital Japan, Inc.
  • Murray Horn, Managing Director, Institutional Banking, ANZ (NZ) Ltd., Sydney; Chairman, ANZ Investment Bank; former Parliament Secretary, New Zealand Treasury
  • Hyun Hong-Choo, Senior Partner, Kim & Chang, Seoul; former Korean Ambassador to the United Nations and to the United States; Seoul
  • Hyun Jae-Hyun, Chairman, Tong Yang Group, Seoul
  • Shin’ichi Ichimura, Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University; former Director, International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development, Kitakyushu
  • Nobuyuki Idei, Chairman of the Advisory Board of Sony Corporation; Board of Directors, Baidu
  • Noriyuki Inoue, Chairman and CEO, Daikin Industries, Ltd.
  • Motoo Kaji, Professor Emeritus, University of Tokyo
  • Kasem Kasemsri, Honorary Chairman, Thailand-U.S. Business Council, Bangkok; Chairman, Advisory Board, Chart Thai Party; Chairman, Thai-Malaysian Association; former Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand
  • Koichi Kato, Member, Japanese House of Representatives; former Secretary-General, Liberal Democratic Party
  • K. Kesavapany, Director, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore
  • Kim Kihwan, International Advisor, Goldman Sachs, Asia, Seoul; Chair, Seoul Financial Forum; former Korean Ambassador-at-Large for Economic Affairs
  • Kim Kyung-Won, President Emeritus, Seoul Forum for International Affairs, Seoul; former Korean Ambassador to the United States and the United Nations; Senior Advisor, Kim & Chang Law Office
  • Kakutaro Kitashiro, Senior Advisor, IBM Japan, Ltd.; Chairman, KEIZAI DOYUKAI (Japan Association of Corporate Executives)
  • Shoichiro Kobayashi, Advisor, Kansai Electric Power Company, Ltd.
  • Yotaro Kobayashi, Chief Corporate Advisor, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.; Pacific Asia Chairman, Trilateral Commission
  • Akira Kojima, Chairman, Japan Center for Economic Research ( JCER )
  • Koo John, Chairman, LS Cable Ltd.; Chairman, LS Industrial Systems Co.; Seoul
  • Kenji Kosaka, Member, Japanese House of Representatives; former Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
  • Lee Hong-Koo, Chairman, Seoul Forum for International Affairs, Seoul; former Korean Prime Minister; former Korean Ambassador to the United Kingdom and the United States
  • Lee In-ho, University Professor, Myongji University, Seoul; former President, Korea Foundation; former Korean Ambassador to Finland and Russia
  • Lee Jay Y., Vice President, Corporate Strategy Office, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Seoul
  • Lee Kyungsook Choi, President, Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul
  • Adrianto Machribie, Chairman, PT Freeport Indonesia, Jakarta
  • Minoru Makihara, Senior Corporate Advisor, Mitsubishi Corporation
  • Hiroshi Mikitani, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Rakuten, Inc.
  • Yoshihiko Miyauchi, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ORIX Corporation
  • Isamu Miyazaki, Honorary Advisor, Daiwa Institute of Research, Ltd.; former Director-General of the Japanese Economic Planning Agency
  • Yuzaburo Mogi, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Kikkoman Corporation
  • Mike Moore, former Director-General, World Trade Organization, Geneva; Member, New Zealand Privy Council, Auckland; former Prime Minister of New Zealand
  • Hugh Morgan, Principal, First Charnock, Melbourne, Australia
  • Moriyuki Motono, former President, Foreign Affairs Society; former Japanese Ambassador to France
  • Jiro Murase, Managing Partner, Bingham McCutchen Murase, New York
  • Minoru Murofushi, Counselor, ITOCHU Corporation
  • Osamu Nagayama, President and CEO, Chugai Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
  • Masao Nakamura, President and Chief Executive Officer, NTT Docomo Inc.
  • Masashi Nishihara, President, Research Institute for Peace and Security
  • Roberto F. de Ocampo, President, Asian Institute of Management; former Secretary of Finance, Manila
  • Sadako Ogata, President, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA); former United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
  • Shijuro Ogata, former Deputy Governor, Japan Development Bank; former Deputy Governor for International Relations, Bank of Japan; Pacific Asia Deputy Chairman, Trilateral Commission
  • Sozaburo Okamatsu, President, Industrial Property Cooperation Center; former Chairman, Research Institute of Economy, Trade & Industry (RIETI)
  • Yoshio Okawara, President, Institute for International Policy Studies; former Japanese Ambassador to the United States
  • Yoichi Okita, Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
  • Ariyoshi Okumura, Chairman, Lotus Corporate Advisory, Inc.
  • Anand Panyarachun, Chairman, Thai Industrial Federation; Chairman, Saha-Union Public Company, Ltd.; former Prime Minister of Thailand; Bangkok
  • Ryu Jin Roy, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Poongsan Corp., Seoul
  • Eisuke Sakakibara, Professor, Waseda University; former Japanese Vice Minister of Finance for International Affairs
  • SaKong Il, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Institute for Global Economics, Seoul; former Korean Minister of Finance
  • Yoshiyasu Sato, Advisor, Tokyo Electric Power Co. Ltd.; former Japanese Ambassador to China
  • Yukio Satoh, President, The Japan Institute of International Affairs; former Japanese Ambassador to the United Nations
  • Sachio Semmoto, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, EMOBILE, Ltd.
  • Masahide Shibusawa, President, Shibusawa Ei’ichi Memorial Foundation
  • Yasuhisa Shiozaki, Former Chief Cabinet Secretary; former Senior Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs; Member, Japanese House of Representatives; former Parliamentary Vice Minister for Finance
  • Arifin Siregar, Chairman of the Governing Board, Indonesian Council on World Affairs (ICWA); former International Advisor, Goldman Sachs (Pacific Asia) LLC; former Ambassador of Indonesia to the United States; Jakarta
  • Jacob Soetoyo, Director and Shareholder of P.T.Gesit Maju Corporation; Jakarta
  • Shigemitsu Sugisaki, Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs Japan Co., Ltd.; former Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)
  • Tsuyoshi Takagi, President, JTUC-Rengo (Japanese Trade Union Confederation)
  • Keizo Takemi, Former Member, Japanese House of Councillors; former State Secretary for Foreign Affairs
  • Akihiko Tanaka, Professor , University of Tokyo
  • Hitoshi Tanaka, Senior Fellow, Japan Center for International Exchange; former Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs
  • Naoki Tanaka, President, Center for International Public Policy Studies
  • Teh Kok Peng, President, GIC Special Investments Private Ltd., Singapore
  • Kiyoshi Tsugawa, Executive Adviser & Member of Japan Advisory Board, Lehman Brothers Japan, Inc.; Member of the Board, Aozora Bank; Chairman, ARAMARK ASIA
  • Junichi Ujiie, Chairman, Nomura Holdings, Inc.
  • Sarasin Viraphol, Executive Vice President, Charoen Pokphand Co., Ltd., Bangkok; former Deputy Permanent Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Thailand
  • Cesar E. A. Virata, Corporate Vice Chairman and Acting Chief Executive Officer, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC), Manila; former Prime Minister of Philippines
  • Jusuf Wanandi, Vice Chairman, Board of Trustees, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta
  • Etsuya Washio, President, The Foundation for Workers Welfare and Cooperative Insurance; former President, Japanese Trade Union Confederation (RENGO)
  • Koji Watanabe, Senior Fellow, Japan Center for International Exchange; former Japanese Ambassador to Russia
  • Osamu Watanabe, Executive Vice President, Japan Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd.
  • Taizo Yakushiji, Member, Council for Science and Technology Policy of the Cabinet Office of Japan; Executive Research Director, Institute for International Policy Studies
  • Tadashi Yamamoto, President, Japan Center for International Exchange; Pacific Asia Director, Trilateral Commission
  • Noriyuki Yonemura, Chairman, Japan Small and Medium Enterprise Management Consultants Association

Former Members in Public Service:

  • Hisashi Owada, Judge, International Court of Justice
Participants from Other Areas

"Triennium Participants":

  • André Azoulay, Adviser to H.M. King Mohammed VI, Rabat, Morocco
  • Morris Chang, Chairman, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Taipei, Taiwan
  • Omar Davies, Member of the Jamaican Parliament and Minister of Finance and Planning, Kingston, Jamaica; former Director General, Planning Institute of Jamaica
  • Hüsnü Dogan, General Coordinator, Nurol Holding; former Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Development Foundation of Turkey; former Minister of Defence, Ankara, Turkey
  • Alejandro Foxley, Chilean Minister of Foreign Affairs, Valparaiso, Chile
  • Jacob A. Frenkel, Vice Chairman, American International Group, Inc. (AIG) and Chairman, AIG's Global Economic Strategies Group, New York, NY; Chairman, Group of Thirty; former Chairman, Merrill Lynch International London; former Governor, Bank of Israel
  • Victor K. Fung, Chairman, Li & Fung; Chairman, Prudential Asia Ltd., Hong Kong
  • Frene Ginwala, former Speaker of the National Assembly, Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, Cape Town, South Africa
  • H.R.H. Prince El Hassan bin Talal, President, The Club of Rome; Moderator of the World Conference on Religion and Peace; Chairman, Arab Thought Forum, Amman, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
  • Ricardo Hausmann, Professor of the Practice of Economic Development, Center for International Development, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; former Chief Economist, Inter-American Development Bank; former Venezuelan Minister of Planning and Member of the Board of the Central Bank of Venezuela
  • Sergei Karaganov, Dean, State University Higher School of Economics; Deputy Director, Institute of Europe, Russian Academy of Sciences; Chairman of the Presidium of the Council on Defense and Foreign Policy, Moscow, Russian Federation
  • Jeffrey L.S. Koo, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chinatrust Investment, Bank, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Richard Li, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Century Group Holdings Ltd., Hong Kong
  • Ricardo Lopez Murphy, Visiting Research Fellow, Latin American Economic Research Foundation, Buenos Aires, Argentina; former Argentinian Finance Minister and Defence Minister
  • Andrónico Luksic Craig, Vice Chairman, Banco de Chile, Santiago, Chile
  • Qin Yaqing, Vice President, China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing, China; Vice President, China National Association for International Studies
  • Itamar Rabinovich, Ettinger Chair of Contemporary Middle Eastern History, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel; Charles and Andrea Bronfman Distinguished Fellow at the Saban Center, The Brookings Institution; Distinguished Global Professor at New York University; Visiting Professor at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University; former Ambassador to the United States
  • Rüsdü Saracoglu, President of the Finance Group, Koç Holding; Chairman, Makro Consulting, Istanbul, Turkey; former State Minister and Member of the Turkish Parliament; former Governor of the Central Bank of Turkey
  • Roberto Egydio Setubal, President and Chief Executive Officer, Banco Itaú S.A. and Banco Itaú Holding Financiera S.A., Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Stan Shih, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Acer Group, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Gordon Wu, Chairman and Managing Director, Hopewell Holdings Ltd., Hong Kong
  • Wu Jianmin, President, China Foreign Affairs University; Executive Vice President, China National Association for International Studies, Beijing, China
  • Grigory A. Yavlinsky, Chairman and Co-Founder of the Russian Democratic Party “Yabloko” and former Member of the State Duma; Chairman of the Center for Economic and Political Research, Moscow, Russian Federation
  • Yu Xintian, President, Shanghai Institute for International Studies, Shanghai, China
  • Yuan Ming, Vice Dean, School of International Studies, Peking University, Beijing, China
  • Zhang Yunling, Director, Academic Division of International Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Beijing, China
  • Wang Jisi, Dean, School of International Studies, Peking University, Beijing, China

Council on Foreign Relations

(todo)

Sources:

  • "CFR Annotated Membership Roster: A - Z"
  • "Active members of the CFR"
  • Council of Foreign Relations
    • "The Council on Foreign Relations, established in New York on July 29th 1921 (see also: Treaty of Versailles), was a front for J. P. Morgan and company, which is itself a front for Rothschild's banking."
    • "The CFR and The New World Order"
    • "There are two types of membership: life, and term membership, which lasts for 5 years and is available to those between 30 and 36. Only U.S. citizens (native born or naturalised) and permanent residents who have applied for U.S. citizenship are eligible. A candidate for life membership must be nominated in writing by one Council member and seconded by a minimum of three others. Corporate membership (250 in total) is divided into "Basic", "Premium" ($25,000+) and "President's Circle" ($50,000+)." (wikipedia)

Pentagon

(todo)

  • Doug Feith (No. 3 man at the Pentagon before, during and after the invasion of Iraq)

Committee of 300

(Warning: There is justified skepticism among researchers about the true existence/importance of the Committee of 300. This organization looks like a device for distraction!)

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