The Round Tables & The (Royal) Institute of International Affairs


-The first Round Tables were established in S. Africa with funding from the Rothschilds – (Named after the meeting places of King Arthur)

-They were a collection of semisecret groups formed along the lines of the Illuminati & Freemasonry, with inner and outer circles.

(Inner = Circle of Initiates or the Elect) (Outer = Association of Helpers)

-Created by Cecil Rhodes, a British Freemason

-Cecil Rhodes worked on a cotton farm in Africa then moved to diamond prospecting.

-Rhodes founded the Diamond Syndicate (Funded by the Rothschilds) that morphed into the Central Selling Organization, which controls 80% of the world diamond trade.

-He attended Oxford and became obsessed with his fine arts professor John Ruskin.

-Cecil Rhodes died in 1902 and the Rothschilds took control of the Round Tables expanding them through Britain.

-An expansion of the Round Tables: the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS)

-Funded by Rockefeller Education Board

-(IAS) Members included Robert Oppenheimer, Niels Bohr, & Albert Einstein, all of which assisted the scientists working on the atom bomb. (The Manhattan Project was conceived at Bohemian Grove)

THE (ROYAL) INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

-The Institute of International Affairs, was established in 1919, & was based on the Round Tables.

-The name of the Institute of International Affairs was changed to the Royal Institute of International Affairs in 1926

-The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) was created in 1921 as the brother of the (IIA) or (RIIA)

-The CFR Created a link between England’s upper class and foreign policy interests to those of the United States.

-Branches were created in: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Nigeria, Trinidad, Tobago, & India.

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