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This is the network that currently runs the US government. The connections are astonishing. I have spoken in depth about this group before, but it is worth a look, especially when we talk about the "deep state". This is a close look at that network.

You are not going to understand what is going on with todays politics and conspiracies if you do not read up on the CNP, its history, its members, its foundations, its predecessors, and all of their links.

This is one of the most under researched and important areas of the conspiracy.

https://thetrumpwatchdog.com/2017/03...p-at-the-helm/

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CNP members, organizations they run, and financiers


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2014 CNP membership

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COUNCIL FOR NATIONAL POLICY


Founded : 1981 by Tim Lahaye, Nelson Bunker Hunt, Paul Weyrich, Joseph Coors.

Revenue : Unknown.

Financiers :
Richard & Helen Devos Foundation, Coors Foundation, Reverend Sun Young Moon & Unification Church. Mercer Foundation

Goals : To promote Free Enterprise, Strong national defence, and Traditional Western Values.

Achievements & Positions :

Putting Ronald Reagan, Bush Sr. and Bush Jr. into the Whitehouse.

Arming anti-communist forces worldwide.

Promoting the "war on terror"

Promoting Conservative Christian Values.

Putting Trump into whitehouse and having his ear through CNP member Steven Bannon


Known Members :

Reverend Tim LaHaye -
Former CNP President & CNP Board of governers. Author of "Left Behind" series which promotes the false pre-tribulation rapture doctrine. Helped to found the "Moral Majority" which was the successful mobilization of Christian conservatives behind the Republican party. Is a member of the John Birch Society. Wrote about "Illuminati conspiracies" He believes the ACLU, Trilateral commission, NAACP, Rockefellers are part of the government conspiracy to turn America and the world into a "global socialist state".

Nelson Bunker Hunt - Oil Billionaire. Attempted to corner Silver market in the 1970's. Was a member of the John Birch Society. Helped put up money to start the CNP and private intelligence apparatus Western Goals foundation which was involved in Iran/Contra affair. Is also a Knight of Malta.

Paul Weyrich
- co-founded Heritage Foundation and American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), founded "Moral Majority" with Jerry Falwell. This mobilized conservative Christians as a political force behind the Republican party. Also helped found the Council For National Policy, and was former Board of Governor and Treasurer. Had links with Nazi collaborators in Eastern Europe. One of the main proponents of the "Cultural Marxist Conspiracy to destroy the West." Quoted saying "I don't want everybody to vote, elections are not won by the majority of people." Also involved in Iran/Contra affair financing.

General John K Singlaub -
Founding member of the CIA. One of the heads of the CIA "Operation Phoenix program" in Vietnam responsible for political assasinations and counter intelligence against Vietcong and their supporters. Assasinated roughly 100,000 civilians. Former head of US military in Korea. Helped found the private intelligence Agency Western Goals Foundation with then JBS head Larry McDonald. Western Goals was involved in Iran/Contra and aiding anti communist rebels. Also helped found the US chapter of the World Anti-Communist League with money from Reverand Sun Myung Moon. This organization also involved in Iran/Contra. Involved in arming the Muhajadeen against the Soviets in Afghanistan. Is a Knight of Malta.

J Peter Grace -
Multimillionaire Industrialist in chemical industry. Backed Reagan tax cuts, and is a Knight of Malta. Chairman of American Institute for Free Labour Development , which has ties to the CIA. Also was involved in Iran/Contra as he was on the board of directors of Friends of the Democratic Center in Central America (PRODEMCA). Former chairman of Radio Free Europe (CIA connected propaganda outfit). Also involved in Project Paperclip.

Pat Robertson - Former President of CNP. Chairman of Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN). Net worth estimated at close to a Billion dollars. Ran a failed attempt for Republican nominee for President in 1988. In 1991 wrote a book called "The New World Order" which was a NY Times best seller. It spoke of a worldwide Jewish conspiracy, and spoke of the Illuminati, CFR, Trilateral Commision, and Freemasons as being a part of this conspiracy. He also donated money for the Iran/Contra operations through Nicaragua Freedom Fund. Used airplanes from his charities funds "Operation Blessing" which were supposed to help victims of the Rwanda genocide to smuggle diamond mining equipment into Zaire and do deals with Mossad backed dictator Mobutu. Also had gold mining interests in Liberia and dealt with CIA asset president Charles Taylor. Taylor was involved with Al Qaeda and diamond smuggling. Opposes splitting Jerusalem between Jews and Arabs. Called Islam "Satanic" and called for the assassination of Hugo Chavez on live television.

Edwin Feulner co- founded Heritage Foundation and was former President. Also worked for think tank CSIS (Centre for Strategic and International studies) Also president of Mont Pelerin Society, which is dedicated to promoting Neo-Liberal (Libertarian) economics worldwide. Former director of the CNP (Council for National Policy) Ranked by Karl Rove as 6th most powerful conservative in Washington.

Trent Lott - Former US Senator who praised the racist Strom Thurmond's 194 Segregationist "Dixiecrat" party presidential bid. Is a 33 degree Freemason, and former member of Sons of Confederate Veterans. Was also involved with Council of Conservative Citizens, a white supremacist group and successor to the White Citizens Councils of the 1950's.

Edwin Meese III -
Attorney General under Ronald Reagan. Involved in Iran Contra affair. Was given the task to limit the damage once Iran Contra went public. Was Council for National Policy CNP President in 1996. Membr of the Heritage Foundation and Hoover Institute. Involved in Iran/Contra coverup.

John Ashcroft - Attorney General under George Bush Jr. Key supporter of Patriot Act. Proponent of the second amendment and the war on drugs.

Larry Pratt - Head of Gun owners of America which lobbies government on behalf of 2nd amendment rights. Was co-chariman of Knight of Malta and fellow CNP member Pat Buchanan's 1996 Presidential campaign. He spoke at meetings of white supremacists, KKK members, Christian Identity groups, and militia groups. Has served as a board member of the Koch funded American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). Was secretary for the Council of Inter American Security which was involved in training death squads in Central America. In his book "Armed people victorious" he argued that the US should adopt a network of armed civil defence patrols like the ones imposed on the people of Guatemala. These were deathsquads which murdered hundreds of thousands. Is an associate with racist Christian Identity head Pete Peters. Appeared on another white supremacist and former JBS member's Willis Carto's Liberty Lobby network. Also regularly appears on the Alex Jones show. Involved in the World Anti Communist League.

Oliver North - Former US Army Lietenant Colonel. Helped plan US invasion of Grenada and the 1986 bombing of Libya. Involved in Iran/Contra affair. Involved in the drug trafficking as well. Involved in the Vietnam Phonenix Program, as well as the Western Goals Foundation apparatus set up by General John K Singlaub. Now works for Fox News and has his own show on the network. Is a Knight of Malta.

Erik Prince - Founder of Blackwater USA the private mercenary outfit. Blackwater has been awarded more than 2 billion dollars of government contracts, and has been contracted to do classified work for the CIA. Former US Navy Seal where he was involved in operations in Haiti, the middle east, and the Balkans. He was also part of a CIA task force created to kill "terrorists". Blackwater also involved in organizing foreign mercenaries for the UAE king right before the Arab spring kicked off. He is a Knight of Malta.

Tony Perkins - President of the Koch funded Family Research Council, a conservative lobbying group. Former member of Congress. In 2001 gave a speech to the Louisiana chapter of Council of Conservative Citizens a white supremacist group. In 1996 while managing fellow CNP member Woody Jefferies run for the Senate, he paid white supremacist David Duke $82,500 for his mailing lists. Is a strong critic of Islam. Was involved in writing some of Donald Trump's campaign speeches, giving him Christian talking points, but eventually endorsed Ted Cruz.

Reverend Sun Myung Moon - Korean religious leader, media mogul, and businessman. Founder of the cult Unification Church. He claimed to be the second coming of Christ to his followers. He asked Church members to support Nixon. They taught that the cold war was between the forces of God and Satan. He helped found the World Anti Communist League, along with Chang Hai Chek of Taiwan. Owned the Washington Times which helped bring right wing propagandists like Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck to prominence. Has donated billions of dollars to Conservative, far right and anti-communist causes. Reportedly helped finance a Bolivian coup which was backed by drug cartels and ex Nazi Claus Barbie.

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COUNCIL FOR NATIONAL POLICY CONTINUED


Confirmed Members :


Cleon Skousen - CNP Board of Governors. Member of the JBS and the Mormon church (LDS), as well as American Security Council. Worked for the FBI for 16 years under 33 degree Freemason J Edgar Hoover. Wrote the "Naked Communist" whereby he argues that the USSR was trying to take over the world. This was the source of the 1963 list of Communist goals. Rabid anti-communist and proposed legislation to end federal income tax. Also wanted to end the minimum wage, end unions, end anti-discrimination laws, and wanted public lands to be sold off. Believes the CFR is attempting to bring about "worldwide collectivism". Was a regular guest on Alex Jones show, as is his son Joel Skousen.

Phyllis Schafly - Did research for American Enterprise Institute. Was a member of the John Birch Society. Ran for Congress backed by oil billionaire H.L. Hunt whose son founded the CNP. At the 1960 Republican convention she attacked Nixon for supporting civil rights and opposing segregation. Opposed the UN and USSR. Endorsed John McCain for president in 2008, and has endorsed Donald Trump in 2016. Opposes immigration reform and quoted as saying it is a "great myth" that the GOP needs to reach out to Latinos in the United States. "The people the Republicans should reach out to are the white votes, the white voters who didn’t vote in the last election. Is alleged to be of the Merovingian bloodline, and is a regular guest on the Alex Jones show. Her husband was a major figure in the World Anti Communist league.

Louis "Woody" Jenkins
- Former executive director of CNP. Chairman of the Koch funded ALEC. Ran for Senate in 1996 and had fellow CNP Tony Perkins run his campaign where they paid David Duke for his mailing lists.

Grover Norquist - Worked with Oliver North in Iran/Contra arming guerillas to fight Sandanista government. Also involved in Angola and Mozambique arming anti Communist forces. Worked to chanel American and South African conservatives to support Apartheid South Africa. Founded American's for Tax Reform at the request of Ronald Reagan. Co wrote "Contract with America" for the Heritage Foundation with CFR member Newt Gingrich. Campaigned for George Bush in both 2000 and 2004 and was key in implementing "Bush Tax Cuts". Active with the Koch funded Tea Party. Involved in fellow CNP member Jack Abramhoff's lobbying scandal. He is on the board of the National Rifle Association, and is also a member of the Council on foreign Relations and the Heritage Foundation and is a lobbyist for Microsoft.

Jack Abramoff - Sentenced to prison for lobbying scandal involving whitehouse officials and a US congressman. Joined Citizens for America, backed by Ronald Reagan which worked with anti-communist rebels worldwide from Angola to Afghanistan. Also supported apartheid South Africa. Worked in Hollywood to produce a pro apartheid movie which was financed by the South African government. Involved with organized crime figures. Also a strong Zionist.

Joseph Coors -
Son of Adolph Coors, beer baron. Helped found the Heritage Foundation as well as the Council for National Policy, and has donated extensively towards all manner of conservative think tanks and organizations. Put money behind the JBS and also Iran/Contra operations. Supported Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan. Financial supporter of Pat Robertson and his CBN.

Tom DeLay -
former house majority leader under Bush. Involved in the impeachment of Bill Clinton. Strong Zionist. Worked with AIPAC to help reject aid to the Palestinian Authority in 2005. Involved in Jack Abramoff's lobbying scandal.

Richard DeVos - Is a 33rd degree Freemason. Founder of Amway and worth 5 billion dollars, was the 60th wealthiest person in America in 2012. Owner of Orlando Magic basketball team. Founded the Richard and Helen DeVos foundation which is responsible for funding freemarket think tanks like American Enterprise Institute and the Heritage Foundation. He is a major donor of the Republican party.

Jerry Falwell -
Evangelical pastor and televangelist. Founded the "Moral Majority" with other CNP members. Moral Majority was largest Christian lobby group which supported Ronald Reagan and delivered him 2/3's of the white evangelical vote. Spoke out against civil rights, Martin Luther King, and supported segregation. Regularly featured segregationists on his program including George Wallace. Founded a segregationist "white only" Christian academy in the 60's. Opposed the Vietnam war because it was fought with "limited objectives" ie should have been all out attack on the North. This is the same position of the JBS. Anti Islamic and very strong Zionist supporter of Israel. Also supported Apartheid South Africa. Funded and promoted "Clinton Chronicles" which claimed Bill Clinton was involved in cocaine smuggling and murder. This documentary was put out by the CNP.

Joseph F. Farrah -
Editor in chief of conservative website WorldNetDaily. Writes a weekly column for the far right Jerusalem Post. Is a Syrian/Lebanese Zionist and Islamophobe. His site WND has promoted Obama "birther" conspiracies. WND contains plenty of Islamophobic material, with all sorts of Zionists working for the site. WND has also been accused of peddling white nationalist propaganda and features regular columns from people like Ann Coulter and fellow CNP member Pat Buchanan. His website is regularly referenced and linked to by Alex Jones's Infowars. Farah is also a regular guest on Alex Jones show.

Jesse Helms - A 33rd degree Freemason, and also former CFR member. Republican senator who helped Ronald Reagan get into office. Opposed civil rights and supported Segregation. Staunchly anti-communist. Proposed giving Russian dissident Alexander Solchynistsn honorary American citizenship. Proponent of free markets, cutting spending, and returning to the Gold Standard. Supported Ronald Reagan. Supported apartheid South Africa, Taiwan, and right wing regimes in Latin America. Active with the World Anti Communist league and arming anti communist rebels. Involved in the eugenics oriented Pioneer Fund. Opposed Food Stamp program. Supported Right wing Fascist dictator Augusto Pinochet of Chile.

Stanley Monteith -
Member of the John Birch Society and fellow CNP member Pat Robertsons Christian Coalition. Wrote about Globalization and New World Order conspiracies. Regular guest on Alex Jones show.

Sarah Palin - Former nominee for vice president under John McCain. Later involved in the Koch funded Tea Party Movement. Member of the NRA. Fundamentalist Christian and strong Zionist supporter of Israel. Supported Bush foreign policies and is a supporter of pre emptive military action. She has endorsed Donald Trump for Republican nominee for President.

Gary North - Radical Christian theologian who favours capital punishment for ; including women who lie about their virginity, blasphemers, nonbelievers, children who curse their parents, male homosexuals, and other people who commit acts deemed capital offenses in the Old Testament. North also favors capital punishment for women who have abortions. He is an advocate of Libertarianism and belongs to the Von Mises Inst. Supports Ron Paul. Promoted Y2k scare.

Frank Shakespeare - American diplomat and media exec. Was former president of CBS. A member of the Heritage Foundation and is a Knight of Malta. In 1981 Ronald Reagan appointed him to head RadioFree Europe, the CIA anti Soviet propaganda radio station. He worked with the CIA's Frank Wisner who established Operation Mockingbird.
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The Council for National Policy: Theocracy in the US with Trump at the Helm?

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What if I told you that there is an extensive well-funded network of conservatives all belonging to one organization, who have managed to control the narrative since Reagan took office? That this network probably united with the rest of the free world in order to destroy the Soviet Union and then used this new-found weakness to spread across the world, uniting with anti-Islamic forces in order to form secret alliances that have ultimately culminated in a world where Trump and Putin are the power players in the market?

It is true! The Council for National Policy was started in 1981, as an Umbrella Organization for Conservatism. According to this well researched decade old website, the CNP has members with links to some of the most deplorable people in society. It has basically been a secret society with private membership, aside from 5 or so years. I will delve into the older member directories in further posts.

Every single major conservative media outlet, sans Fox News, is present in the 2014 member directory. Owners of radio stations covering 250 stations, at Salem Communication and Bott Radio networks, are members. The Founders of Newsmax, Red State, Town Hall, Christian Broadcasting Network, CNS News Service, Worldnetdaily, Judicial Watch, The Conservative Pundit, The American Conservative, Daily Caller, American Thinker, and Steve Bannon who runs Breitbart are all listed in the member directory.

Every single religious advocacy group you’ve ever heard of and some you haven’t are listed there. Every major think tank from Heritage to A.E.I, to the Birchers and the Federalist Society trace their roots back to the Council For National Policy. The Koch Brothers, at least in the 2014 member directory do not appear to be members, but the people who run every group they founded are. All the major direct mail marketing companies are represented.

When Obama won in 2008, the CNP freaked out and immediately launched the Conservative Action Project. Patrick Pizzella, Kellyanne Conway, Becky Dunlop, and Ed Meese were the main people behind this. What is interesting about this is that Patrick Pizzella worked as a lobbyist with Jack Abramoff for Russian Oil companies in the 90s, and even brought Conway along for one of his trips. All four of these people now work in the Trump administration. Everyone in the background of the faux grassroots tea party movement Is also a member of the CNP.

Vice President Mike Pence might not be in the Council, but he has close ties to it. At one point, he was President of the Indiana Policy Review Foundation which is under the Umbrella of the State Policy Network. The SPN was created by a Heritage Foundation/CNP member. Pence also graduated from the conservative Leadership Institute, also created by and staffed by CNP members. The Devos/Prince family have also donated heavily to his campaign. Alexander Acosta has given speeches to the group before. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao spent 20 years as a distinguished fellow at the Heritage Foundation, whose founders also are in the CNP. Jeff Sessions was a US Attorney under CNP member and Reagan Attorney General Ed Meese. Sessions has given speeches to the CNP as well and shares the same theocratic religious philosophy as Pence and the CNP.

Between Obama’s election and now, the CNP has hosted meetings 3 times a year. The members who come are not public knowledge, but the speakers are. In 2009, Hugh Hewitt, Mark Levin, Michael Reagan, and Herman Cain gave speeches. In 2010, all the founders of the tea party groups spoke as well as the leaders of the religious right, Herman Cain, and Erick Erickson. In 2011, Reince Preibus gave a speech as did Rumsfield and Ken Cuccinelli. 2012 saw Cruz, Mike Lee, Bobby jIndal, John Bolton, Jim Demint, and Cuccinelli speak again. Tom Cotton spoke in 2013. 2014-2016 were more of the same, and then Michael Flynn and KT Macfarland gave speeches right before the election.
The Right has been fighting the long game. They’ve taken over the religious world, assembled a vast network on super-rich donors and formed foundations that dole out the money they receive to the rest of this advocacy groups and social issue support group. What strike me the most is that the 2014 membership directory seems to be completely devoid of any neoconservative influence. It is a theocratic organization first, and a libertarian low tax think tank second.

The story starts in the 70s. Paul Manafort, Lee Atwater, Roger Stone, and Charlie Black were all working together on Republican Presidential Campaigns. With Reagans election, the four of them opted to immorally lobby for foreign dictators. At the time, the college republicans were being led by Jack Abramoff, Ralph Reed, Grover Norquist, and Paul Erickson. The religious right finally saw a chance to push the country as far as to the right as possible and formed the Council on National Policy to unite everybody.
At best, The Council on National Policy’s goals appear to be to push for religious freedom in the government. At worst, the sheer dominance of people who believe that we should be a theocracy indicates that the CNP wants to push that goal. This rational religious person has done a lot of research on the CNP and it seems to fit with my belief. It has been a very secretive organization, only having leaks of its membership directory 5 time since 1982, so some assumed overlap is just a guess.

The 1982 membership directory included Pat Robertson, The Coors Family, Richard Devos (Secretary of Educations father) and James Dobson. A lot of Neoconservatives also were members of the CNP which makes sense given that the Neoconservatives owned the Republican Party while promising the religious right things they never carried through on. The 1984 directory has Abramoff, Dick Armey, Jerry Falwell, Jesse Helms, and Oliver North. 1988 added the Prince family, and The Sununu’s. By the 90’s, everyone who runs any group in the religious right was a member. Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway ended up as members in the 2014 membership list.

It appears that Russia targeted the Council for National Policy after the Soviet Union Fell. NaftaSib reached out to Jack Abramoff, Patrick Pizzella and Ellen Levinson to lobby for them after forming a Caribbean shell company, Chelsea Commercial. Not much is known about Levinson, but we know that Jack Abramoff organized multiple trips to Moscow for representatives Tom Delay (CNP member) and Bob Ney to get to know NaftaSib executives and other government officials. Ed Buckham, Republican staffer and lobbyist would funnel the money from the US Family network to Abramoff. Abramoff hosted a meeting occurred in November 1998 between Sergei Kirilenko and republican lawmakers in addition to the other meetings. When Rep. Delay was caught, he hired current White House Counsel Don McGahn as his lawyer. Pizzella went on to join the CNP offshoot the Conservative Action Project with Kellyanne Conway and Ed Meese in response to the democrats daring to elect a black person to the presidency.

Around the same time, Dana Rohrabacher was cultivating his relationship with Putin, along with his aide Erik Prince and national security advisor Paul Behrends. The Prince family has helped fund far right causes their entire lives, and Erik’s sister is Betsy Devos. While Erik formed his own private army to focus on fighting the Crusades and furthering theocracy, Betsy focused on throwing hundreds of millions of dollars at destroying the public-school system to further God’s kingdom. Paul Behrends was also chief lobbyist for Ed Buckham’s consulting firm during the Russia scandal, and has since went on to lobby for Blackwater before it was sold to another dominionistic group, Constellis Holdings, with John Ashcroft on the board.

At various points in the past 20 years, the Russians have contacted multiple lobbying firms to brighten their image. Jim Baker, Trent Lott, Giuliani, Michael Caputo, Richard Burt and various other conservatives have lobbied for Russian interests in the past 30 years, which had led me to the following theory

The Religious Right has allied with Vladimir Putin and Israel to form an alliance to fight total war on Islam. Sometime around 2010, the religious right took over the tea party movement and abandoned the Neoconservative right. They briefly flirted with libertarian Ron Paul before settling on the Alt-Right/Neo Nazi movements. Newsmax, the Washington times, Breitbart, WorldNetDaily, CNSnews, and all the major right wing media outlets are represented throughout the Council for National Policy’s membership directory.

I believe that this combination of Nationalism and Theocracy minded conservatives fully intended on Ted Cruz being the nominee. He’s just as much of a firebreather as Donald Trump, but with the experience needed to not have had the disaster we have faced over the past two months. Once it became clear Trump would the nominee, the Center for the National Interest surrounded the candidate. Chairman Henry Kissinger suggested Tillerson to Trump. Putin ally and CNI member Dmitri Simes organized a speech hosted by the Center for Trump to give, written by CNI member and Gazprom lobbyist Richard Burt. It was at this conference that Trump met with Ambassador Kislyak. The Center for the National Interest is a Pro-Russian think tank. All of the think tanks mentioned in this are intertwined with the Center for the National Interest or Council on National Policy in some way. The Kochs, Mercers, Devos, Coors, and Prince families have all spent hundreds of millions of dollars making sure these think tanks are funded.

Now that Trump is in office, he has filled his cabinet with Pro-Russian and/or Pro-Theocracy people. Judging off actions alone, the pro-Russian cabinet members are in Commerce, State and Energy while the Council for National Policy is represented in Education, Labor, HHS, HUD and probably VP/Attorney General. Preibus, Coats, Pompeo, and Pruitt are likely members too. Mattis and Kelly were chosen because they are anti-Islam hard-liners despite not being in either club. While Neocons ruled the Bush years, the religious right has all the power now.

That is why I am concerned about the future. With or Without Trump, the republican party has sold out to the religious right, forged an alliance with the Russians and is about to wage a total war on Islam. They are going to let Trump be the well-deserved fall guy for the Russian issue while he dismantles our democracy and then Pence will fulfill the Council for National Policies wishes.

Part 2 will cover the money behind this movement.
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These are all CNP members who were a part of Trump's Presidential campaign and transition team. The transition team is responsible for putting the cabinet into place. This means the CNP virtually chose the Trump administration. I will do a more updated version displaying the entire CNP network around Trump.


Steve Bannon - CNP - Trumps chief strategist

Ken Blackwell - CNP - Trumps domestic transition team

David Bossie - CNP - Trump transition team

Kellyanne Conway - CNP - Trump campaign manager

Edward Feulner - CNP - Trump transition team

Ed Meese III - CNP - Trump transition team

Frank Gaffney - CNP - responsible for idea of Trump Muslim ban. Advises Trumps secretary of Defence General Michael Flynn.

Tony Perkins - CNP - coached Trump on how to talk to evangelicals.

Bill Walton - CNP - Trumps economic transition team

Robert Mercer who is Trumps second biggest campaign contributor has also put money behind the CNP, and he partially owns Breitbart, which is run by CNP member Bannon. Breitbart is basically Trumps propaganda network.
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The Council For National Policy founders: Death Squads, Nazis, and Eugenicists.

To see an overview please read Part 1 of my series about the Council for National Policy.

I’m not normally one to connect dots that might not be there. I generally don’t like conspiracies. But, when Donald Trump takes power and starts appointing Pro-Russian people to positions of power and filling his administration with people who all belong to one organization, it caused me to stop and think. So, I did some research and this is what I found on

The Founders:

Paul Weyrich

Weyrich helped found the Heritage Foundation with Edwin Fuelner in 1973. Joseph Coors and Richard Scaife both helped fund the creation of the foundation, and both have foundations that remain as major funders of the Conservative Movement today. He also helped Found the Free Congress Foundation and A.L.E.C. According to this research, Weyrich helped organize former Nazis and Eugenics researchers;

“Another one of Weyrich’s close associates at the Free Congress Foundation, Hungarian-American Laszlo Pasztor, is a convicted Nazi sympathizer who was active in the 1940s in the Hungarian Arrow Cross when it was collaborating with the Nazis (source). Board member Charles Moser is an editorial advisor to Ukrainian Quarterly which once ran an article praising the Nazi Waffen SS and Ukranian collaboration against the Bolsheviks (source) while Weyrich has ties to neo-fascist and racist groups including the Nazi Northern League and the World Anti-Communist League via British eugenicist Roger Pearson.”

In 1976, Weyrich traveled to the nominating convention of the KKK-supported America Independence Party with his friend and ally Richard Viguerie who tried and failed to failed to obtain the nomination. Howard Phillips was also in attendance. In 1979, Weyrich and his two friends convinced Jerry Falwell to form the Moral Majority while Ed McAteer (Howard Phillips coworker) formed the Religious Roundtable which was a precursor to the CNP. Mcateer also served on the board of the International Linguistics Center with Nelson Bunker Hunt. Once the Soviet Union fell, Weyrich used to the Free Congress foundation to spread right wing propaganda across Russia and Eastern Europe.

Weyrich’s Free Congress Foundation operated next door to foundations run by Jack Abramoff. When Curt Weldon got taken down by a Russia scandal, Weyrich jumped to his defense.

The World Russia Forum is an annual event celebrating relations between the United States and Russia, sponsored by American University in Moscow.



In 2003, some of the members of US Congress who went to the annual event were obvious if you’ve been paying attention. Tom Delay, Dana Rohrabacker, Curt Weldon were there. Joe Wilson was there, and he is a Russia denier and a graduate of the CNP’s leadership institute. One Presentation had Paul Weyrich presenting on the “Coalition in the War on Terror” at a panel moderated by Bill Lind, the President of the Free Congress Foundation, which Weyrich founded. Another Panel was about a US-Russian military alliance, and was filled with members of the Heritage Foundation or the Center for the National Interest. 2004, saw Weyrich and Lind attend again, with unnamed members of the media. Weyrich attended again in 2005, along with Louis Gohmert. In 2011, Tom Price went with Rohrabacker.

Tim Lahaye
Pastor Tim Lahaye helped convince Jerry Falwell to create the Moral Majority in 1979 along with Weyrich and company. LaHaye was on the board of directors as well. His wife Beverly, created “Concerned Women for America” a right wing activist group. Lahaye, officially formed the Council for National Policy in 1981 with funding from Nelson Bunker Hunt. Lahaye was the first CNP President.

It has been said that the upper echelon of the Council for National Policy comes from the Religious Roundtable and a Domestic Surveillience arm of the John Birch society called the “Western Goals Foundation,” which no longer exists. The Board of Governors for the CNP for 1982 consisted of some of the following people;

John Singlaub; CIA officer during Vietnam who served on the board of the American Freedom Coalition, which was a front for Sun Myung Moon’s unification church. Moon is best known for being an ultra-conservative man who started his own church and the Washington Times. Moon is rumored to have provided funding for the CNP as well.
Daniel O. Graham: Also on the board of the AFC
Sherman Unkefer: Also on the board of the AFC, advisor to Pinochet.
Hans Sennholz: Nazi Pilot

Tom Ellis
The second CNP president was Tom Ellis. Ellis was the “Karl Rove” of his time working for notable racist late Senator Jesse Helms. Ellis was the Director of the Pioneer Fund, created in the 30s to mirror Nazi Eugenics research. Ellis and Helms were also members of the same Eugenics society as Hunt. Helms was also linked to the Order of Saint Lazurus of Jerusalem, a racist network out of Scotland tied to Joseph Coors.

Nelson Bunker Hunt

Member of a Eugenics society. Claimed to be a Knight of the Order of Malta, but was a member of a fake Order of Malta group lead by a former Nazi advisor. Hunt is rumored to have started death squads in order to off his political opponents. Hunt helped fund the Western Goals foundation, which was a group of right wing organizations that united to subvert left wing governments pre Council for National Policy. Roy Cohn was a member of the WGF, and ended up being Donald Trump’s mentor. Hunt went bankrupt when Ghadafi nationalized the oil fields in Libya and seems to have disappeared from the news after 1987.

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Listen to this interview by Zionist pig Michael Savage, interviewing the CNP member Frank Gaffney, and how they sow disinformation. Listen to the lies and fear mongering.

Gaffney speaks about how blacks, muslims, leftists, latinos are all trying to "bring down the West" and are all being orchestrated by George Soros.

Gaffney who runs the Centre for Strategic Policy

funded by General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, Northrup Grumman, Raytheon, General Electric, Bradley Foundation

all of the major MIC industries


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Center...ecurity_Policy


which is responsible for pushing all sorts of Islamic conspiracy theories, including about Huma Abedin being "Muslim brotherhood" and Obama being a brotherhood asset. Shariah law taking over etc.



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I believe it is very important to listen to these members of the deep state speak and spread their propaganda so we can see as it manifests around us. Thus we can be wise to spot provocateurs, shills, disinfo agents, and fake alternative media.

Here is CNP member Frank Gaffney again spreading Islamophobic propaganda.

Again pay attention to these themes of Islam "destroying the West from within" and "fighting political correctness" key themes of the "alt right" Near the end of the interview Gaffney says he sees "civil war" in europe between natives and the muslims. IE this is the goal of organizations like the CNP.

The "alt right" get their propaganda directly from these deep state actors like Gaffney and Bannon , members of the CNP.


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I read on the CNP website: "Our members are united in their belief in limited government, a strong national defense, and support for traditional western values."

That's a contradiction. How can they have both a limited government AND a strong national defense? The U.S. defense industry is half of the entire U.S. economy I read somewhere when the indirect connections are included.

Do they mean that most of the U.S. military should be turned into private corporations?
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The Council for National Policy (CNP) is a secretive right-wing nationalist group that was formed in the early 1980s to counter the purported dominance of “liberal” groups like the Council on Foreign Relations.[1] CNP members helped spearhead the emergence of the modern conservative movement (sometimes referred to as the “New Right”).

Although it rarely receives public attention, the group remains an important element of U.S. right-wing activism and is regularly courted by conservative politicians, religious leaders, and activists. The invitation-only group sponsors closed conferences and seminars for “national leaders in the fields of business, government, religion and academia to explore national policy alternatives.”[2]


A recent indication of its efforts to shape the conservative political landscape has been its activities related to the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. TheNational Journal reported: “Convinced that Republicans nominated a ‘moderate’ in the past two presidential elections because the conservative vote was splintered—and certain that John McCain and Mitt Romney lost in November because the GOP base didn't turn out—this clutch of right-wing activists wants desperately to prevent a third act.”[3]

During a May 2015 meeting, several prospective presidential candidates spoke, including Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Marco Rubio (R-FL), Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina. According to attendees, Ted Cruz appeared to have the biggest impact. "Cruz blew everyone else out of the water. He made the best case, I think, for conservative leaders and organizations to think strategically about working together to help propel a conservative candidate into contention,” opined one attendee.[4]

CNP claims on its website that it does not “lobby Congress, support candidates, or issue public policy statements on controversial issues.”[5] Rather, CNP purports to “educate” the American public by providing“an online journal of speaker presentations” called “Policy Counsel” that includes contributions from “the best and brightest minds on economics, defense and foreign policy, and social issues.”[6] However, CNP Action, Inc., CNP’s sister organization, “promotes issues or specific pieces of legislation through regular publications and standing committee workshops.”[7]

The group lists three core issue areas: limited government, traditional values, and strong national defense. Regarding defense, CNP states: “We believe that this great experiment called America, a nation founded on the premise that ‘all men are created equal,’ is worth defending.”[8]

A September 2014 “Policy Counsel” posted on CNP’s site featured a speech by Lieutenant General William Boykin, a controversial former leader of the Army’s elite Delta Force notorious for promoting the use of “enhanced interrogation” techniques while serving as a deputy to Stephen Cambone in the George W. Bush Pentagon.[9] During his talk, Boykin harangued President Obama for not linking ISIS with Islam, saying: “[T]he President lost me in his first 60 seconds during his strategy rollout when he said, “Isis is not Islam.” Do any of you in here believe that? You don’t believe what he said though do you? I think most Americans have figured this out.” Boykin added that “one of the mistakes that we make about Islam is that only 16% of Islam is actually a religion.” He also stated that ISIS cannot be defeated without “boots on the ground.”[10]

A speech by former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and Boykin was the focus of a 2011 “Policy Counsel.” Rumsfeld’s speech, titled “Known and Unkown”—the same title as his 2011 autobiography—was a condemnation of the dangers of “hollowing out” the defense budget and the need to wage a long war against terrorism. He said: “You know we are not going to win this problem or deal with this problem of terrorism successfully with bullets. We are going to have to be willing to engage in the battle of ideas. To do that, think back, we understood World War I, World War II, they started and they ended. But the Cold War was quite different. It went on for decades and it was a competition of ideas—freedom versus communism—well, that is what we are in for. What we are doing now is much more like that than it is World War I or World War II. And we are going to have to screw up our courage and develop better skills at identifying our enemy—and our enemies are radical Islamists, let there be no doubt—and thinking about how to talk about it, what to do about it, and engaging our government, our private sector, and our allies to begin battling the ideas that are out there that are so foreign to us and so damaging to our country and to free people.”[11]

The contributions to the ”Policy Counsel” section of the CNP website come from speeches made during CNP’s three annual conferences. Describing these events, the New York Times reported in 2004: “Three times a year for 23 years, a little-known club of a few hundred of the most powerful conservatives in the country have met behind closed doors at undisclosed locations for a confidential conference, the Council for National Policy, to strategize about how to turn the country to the right.”[12] Added the Times, “‘The media should not know when or where we meet or who takes part in our programs, before or after a meeting,’ a list of rules obtained by theNew York Times advises the attendees. The membership list is ‘strictly confidential.’ Guests may attend ‘only with the unanimous approval of the executive committee.’ In e-mail messages to one another, members are instructed not to refer to the organization by name, to protect against leaks.”[13]

According to tax filings, CNP took in nearly $2.3 million in revenue in 2013, most of which it spent on its conferences and salaries for its two full-time employees, executive director Robert Reccord and finance director Jennifer Rutledge.[14]

Influence

Despite its claims about not issuing policy statements or lobbying, CNP appears to wage considerable influence on elected officials. A sign of its influential role is the effort high profile politicians put into wooing the group, as noted above with respect to the 2016 Republican presidential nomination contest. Previously, during the 2008 presidential campaign, several Republican Party candidates addressed CNP, including Mitt Romney, Fred Thompson, and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ).[15] CNP told reporters wanting to attend McCain’s speech in March 2008 that they would be given only limited access. A CNP spokesperson, who spoke “anonymously because the rules of the council forbid officials or members to speak by name in public,” told the right-wing Washington Times, "We agreed the press could sit in a separate room and listen to the speech and the questions and answers.”[16]

A McCain campaign advisor lauded the CNP, saying: "This is the most distinguished collection of conservative leaders and donors, and [the senator] was anxious to appear as part of his ongoing effort to consolidate support for his candidacy within the conservative movement."[17] However, McCain may not have won over many during his March 2008 remarks to CNP members, despite touching on his commitment to many common conservative themes such as lowering taxes, appointing “strict interpretationist” judges, banning gay marriage, and staying in Iraq.[18]

Richard Viguerie—Moral Majority cofounder, founding CNP member, and current CNP board member—said about McCain’s response to a question about religion (“Would you please take a couple minutes and explain to us about your faith in God?”) that, "[McCain] blew that question off by telling us about the faith of his jailer [in Vietnam]. It was very obvious to those three or four hundred conservative leaders there. … The vast, vast majority of them were either sitting on the sidelines or unenthusiastic about his impending nomination and he didn't move a single person."[19]

During the 2012 presidential election campaign, CNP member and former leader, Foster Friess, was a major funder of the “super PAC” supporting the candidacy of Rick Santorum. Friess, a billionaire investor and entrepreneur, caused a firestorm of controversy during the campaign when, during an interview with MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell discussing Santorum’s view on contraception, he said: "Back in my days, they used Bayer Aspirin for contraception. The gals put it between their knees and it wasn't that costly." Asked about Friess’s comment, Santourm said: “It was a stupid joke.”[20]

Although most of its members are not elected officials, critics of the group argue that CNP’s members are the real driving force of the Republican Party but do not wish to advertise their influence. Said Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, before the 2004 CNP conference, ''The real crux of this is that these are the genuine leaders of the Republican Party, but they certainly aren't going to be visible on television next week. … But they are very much on the minds of George W. Bush and Karl Rove every week of the year, because these are the real powers in the party.''[21]

Views like this have spurred derision from CNP members. Steve Baldwin, CNP executive director, once said, “We control everything in the world.” Commented Marc Ambinder of ABC News, “[Baldwin was] only half-kidding. Half-kidding, because the council doesn't really control the world. … But also half-serious because the council has deservedly attained the reputation for conceiving and promoting the ideas of many who in fact do want to control everything in the world.”[22]

Iraq and the Bush Administration

Describing a spring 2002 CNP conference to ABC News, one CNP member said: "We'll probably discuss some of the hot issues that are relevant today. The Middle East. We'll have a number of speakers from different perspectives. We're not of all one like mind when it comes to what's going on there. … Worldwide terrorism. Campaign finance reform. Generally, we kind of mirror what's going on in society. We pride ourselves on being relevant and timely, so that members want to come to our meetings."[23] Despite this declaration of divergence of opinion on the Middle East, the meeting was summarized later by a conservative writer who “reported a complete uniformity of judgment—at a meeting attended by Bush administration officials when the Bush administration would still pretend for several months to try diplomacy—that Saddam needed to be deposed with military force.”[24] Ten months later, the United States invaded Iraq.

According to the New York Times, “Not long after the Iraq invasion, Vice President Dick Cheney and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld attended a council meeting.”[25]

Among those invited to speak at the 2002 event were two core neoconservatives, Frank Gaffney and James Woolsey, as well as the influential right-wing figure Pat Buchanan, an outspoken opponent of the neoconservatives. (Past speakers have included David Horowitz, Steve Forbes, William Kristol, Ed Meese, Rush Limbaugh, John Ashcroft, and many others.)[26]

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CNP’s founding members were influential figures from the conservative religious, political, and business communities. Among those who attended the group’s inaugural meeting in May 1981 were Richard Viguerie, a direct-mail entrepreneur and leading figure of the New Right; Howard Phillips, then head of the Conservative Caucus; and Paul Weyrich, then head of the Committee for the Survival of a Free Congress. Viguerie, Phillips, and Weyrich had two years earlier formed Moral Majority, the goal of which was “to politicize and unify the frustrated and fragmented conservative, fundamentalist religious community and mold it into a political voting block.”[27]

Other founding CNP members included Tim LaHaye, a leader of the Christian Right who coauthored the famous Left Behind novels about the Second Coming; Morton C. Blackwell and Robert Billings, both advisors in the Ronald Reagan administration; Edwin Feulner of the Heritage Foundation; Joseph Coors, founder of the Coors beer empire and an important early funder of the conservative movement; Nellie Gray of the antiabortion group March for Life; Herbert and Nelson Bunker Hunt of the Hunt Energy Company; Ed McAteer, president of the Religious Roundtable; Bill Saracino of Gun Owners of American; and conservative activist and writer Phyllis Schlafly.[28]

CNP kept several of its original members over the years, as the New York Times reported in 2004. “The membership list this year was a who's who of evangelical Protestant conservatives and their allies, including Dr. [James] Dobson, Mr. Weyrich, Holland H. Coors of the beer dynasty; Wayne LaPierre of the National Riffle Association, Richard A. Viguerie of American Target Advertising, Mark Mix of the National Right to Work Committee and Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform.”[29]

Other notable members and supporters have included Jeffrey Bell, Jack Kemp, Richard Allen, and Tommy Thompson. The family of Erik Prince, founder of the controversial private security company Blackwater Worldwide, has also been closely associated with the council. Erik’s father Edgar Prince was a longtime board member before his death in 1995; Elsa Prince Broekhuizen, Erik’s mother, served as CNP president for several years and was a board member as of 2006; and Erik Prince’s (now-defunct) Freiheit Foundation donated money to the group.[30]

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The Deep Politics of God: The CNP, Dominionism, and the Ted Haggard Scandal (Part 1 of 2)

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I believe it is very important to listen to these members of the deep state speak and spread their propaganda so we can see as it manifests around us. Thus we can be wise to spot provocateurs, shills, disinfo agents, and fake alternative media.

Here is CNP member Frank Gaffney again spreading Islamophobic propaganda.

Again pay attention to these themes of Islam "destroying the West from within" and "fighting political correctness" key themes of the "alt right" Near the end of the interview Gaffney says he sees "civil war" in europe between natives and the muslims. IE this is the goal of organizations like the CNP.

The "alt right" get their propaganda directly from these deep state actors like Gaffney and Bannon , members of the CNP.
The deep state creates its own bogeymen to fight in order to boost the weapons and oil trade which the military industrial complex beast needs to feed on, however there is an element of self-fulfilling prophecy

if someone goes upto a bear and starts poking the bear with a stick, even if the bear had no evil designs prior to that at some point it will turn around and lash out. The cabal has been poking the muslim bear for a longtime and I fear that now it is becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy where the deep state won't even need to orchestrate fake terror attacks anymore as there will be genuinly radicalised muslims

when you add to this that the cabal are flooding the west with muslims we are going to see more and more tensions

The solution is to stop the flood of muslims into the west and to oppose the wars in muslim lands
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Listen to this interview by Zionist pig Michael Savage, interviewing the CNP member Frank Gaffney, and how they sow disinformation. Listen to the lies and fear mongering.

Gaffney speaks about how blacks, muslims, leftists, latinos are all trying to "bring down the West" and are all being orchestrated by George Soros.
the deep state create all of those bogeymen through mass immigration, austerity, wars abroad and through cultural marxism in western universities; this then creates a bogeyman that actually becomes a real threat. This is like the old jewish gollum where a monster is created

these 'lefttists' and radicalised muslims and militant blacks etc are a gollum that the deep state has created in order to justify a war against the rights and freedoms of the public

all the people who have used PC race-baiting buzzwords that were created by the deep state like 'white privilege' in order to orchestrate a clash along race lines have contributed to the creation of this gollum that is now stalking the land

Its a revolution FROM ABOVE
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I have never heard of the CNP before. Interesting stuff. I found this blog post:

"Some have said that the CNP is even more powerful than the CFR. ... While there are no doubt some very powerful names involved with the CNP, and it receives its funding from some very dubious sources, it more than likely works under the auspices of the CFR and serves more of a dialectical role in the left/right paradigm," -- https://seeker401.wordpress.com/2009...np-what-is-it/

Hegelian dialectics!

"Hegel’s dialectics follows a thesis-antithesis-synthesis pattern, which, when applied to the logic, means that one concept is introduced as a “thesis” or positive concept, which then develops into a second concept that negates or is opposed to the first or is its “antithesis”, which in turn leads to a third concept, the “synthesis”, that unifies the first two" -- https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/hegel-dialectics/
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"... Sarah Posner delivers a thorough investigation of the Council for National Policy (CNP), the little-known but high-powered conservative organization founded by Left Behind author Tim LaHaye in 1981. It’s been described by Donald Rumsfeld as “the heart of a great conservative movement”; by Congressman Mike Pence (R-IN) as “the most influential gathering of conservatives in America”; and by its own executive director, Steve Baldwin, as a group that “controls everything in the world.” [my emphasis] ... George W. Bush spoke to the group during his presidential candidacy in 1999 and refused to make his remarks public, scant attention has been paid to the equally secret speeches given to the CNP by Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia, Attorneys General Alberto Gonzales and ..." -- https://wp.nyu.edu/therevealer/2005/...tional-policy/
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Again pay attention to these themes of Islam "destroying the West from within" and "fighting political correctness" key themes of the "alt right" Near the end of the interview Gaffney says he sees "civil war" in europe between natives and the muslims. IE this is the goal of organizations like the CNP.
the aim of the people who support the mass immigration of muslims into the west most definately IS to provoke a conflict between them and the west

that is the aim of rothschild bagman george soros
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