Council on Foreign Relations, Abortion, & Population Control

Thursday July 23, Reuters reported that the House voted to override President Clinton's veto of a ban on late-term abortions. The report goes on to say, "the vote was largely symbolic, however, because even supporters of the ban acknowledge they do not have the necessary support in the Senate to overturn the veto. A Senate vote is expected in September."

The reason the vote is largely symbolic is not because of lack of support it is because Council on Foreign Relations members in the Executive branch and in Congress are working together to fix votes. Council on Foreign Relations members think only of themselves. Council on Foreign Relations members profit by betraying members of their families, their faiths, and their nation. The Council on Foreign Relations, a small immoral minority, is forcing controversial legislation on a large moral majority by cheating.

It's deja vu all over again. The same thing happened in September of 1996. CFR members are stacking the deck in favor of pro-abortion legislation. The 1996 and 1998 bills would ban "partial-birth abortion," a procedure in which a woman's birth canal is widened and the fetus is removed feet first until only the head remains in the uterus. A doctor then collapses the fetus's skull so the head can be drawn through the birth canal. Polls show a large majority of Americans oppose late-term abortions. Senators talked of receiving thousands of petitions and postcards urging that Clinton's veto be overridden.

A two-thirds vote of both houses is required to enact a bill over a presidential veto. On 19 September 1996 the House voted to override the veto (285-137 -- four more votes than needed).

On 27 September the Senate failed to override CFR member Clinton's veto (57-41 -- nine votes fewer than needed). Seventeen Senators who voted were CFR members. Thirteen CFR senators voted to sustain the veto-- four CFR senators voted to overturn. The nine votes needed to overturn the veto were CFR member votes. Only six Republican Senators voted to sustain the veto. Five of the six were CFR members.

The thirteen CFR Senators who voted to sustain CFR member Clinton's veto were: Nancy L. Kassebaum (R-KS, Episcopalian), William Cohen (R-ME, UnitArian), John H. Chafee (R-RI, Episcopalian), Alan K. Simpson (R-WY, Episcopalian), Olympia Snowe (R-ME, Greek Orthodox), John Forbes Kerry (D-MA, Catholic), Christopher Dodd (D-CT, Catholic), Bob Graham (D-FL, United Church of Christ), Claiborne Pell (D-RI, Episcopalian), Charles S. Robb (D-VA, Episcopalian), John (Jay) D. Rockefeller IV (D-WV, Presbyterian), William Bradley (D-NJ, Presbyterian), and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA, Jewish). The Four CFR Senators who voted to overturn were ( 3 Republicans 1 Democrat): William V. Roth Jr. (R-DE, Episcopalian), Larry Pressler (R-SD, Catholic), Richard G. Lugar (R-IN, Methodist), Daniel Moynihan (D-NY, Catholic).

On 13 February 1997, the House voted narrowly to approve CFR member Clinton's request to release $385 million in international family planning funds four months earlier than scheduled. As the bill stood the money could be used to promote abortion as a method of family planning.

The vote on (HJRes36) was 220-209 with 44 republicans joining 175 democrats in support.

Twelve of the House members were CFR members. Eleven Council members voted for the bill and 1 voted against the bill. The Council on Foreign Relations members were the 11 vote marginal difference causing the resolution to pass.

CFR members voting for the bill were: Lee H. Hamilton (D-IN, Methodist), Donald M. Payne (D-NJ, Baptist), Charles B. Rangle (D-NY, Catholic), Howard L. Berman (D-CA, Jewish), Robert T. Matsui (D-CA, United Methodist), Sam Gejedenson (D-CT, Jewish), Louis Stokes (D-OH, A. M. E. Zion), John M. Spratt Jr. (D-SC, Presbyterian), Richard Gephardt (D-MO, Baptist), Jim Leach (R-IA, Episcopalian), Amory Houghton Jr. (R-NY, Episcopalian). Newton Gingrich (R-GA, Baptist), was the only CFR member voting against the bill.

The RAND Corporation, a CFR Think Tank, is researching Population Control. Key members of Clinton's administration work for RAND. International Security Advisor Lynn Etheridge Davis (author of the initial draft of the Church Committee's report NSC Chapter) and Economic Advisor Laura D'Andrea Tyson are CFR members who work for RAND. RAND is conducting studies in applied demography (Population Control) as a way to improve financial, political, and legal analysis. Is legalized abortion part of a Council on Foreign Relations strategic psychological operation of applied demography?

Ever hear of Council on Foreign Relations member George Soros? He's one of the world's richest men (estimated worth: $10 billion) and probably the biggest international investor of all time. This guy lost $600 million in one day speculating on which way the yen would jump and never flinched.

Soros doesn't flinch because he and his fellow Council on Foreign Relations members can always steal more money. In 1995, Senator Alfonse D'Amato, as head of the Senate Banking Committee, issued a report about the Clinton Administration's $20 billion loan to Mexico. The reason given for the loan was to prop up a staggering Mexico because any default on loans would end foreign investment in all developing countries.

The real reason was to rescue American and Mexican investors who had thrown their money into the craps game of high-interest Mexican Government bonds. For a year before the loan was ordered, on January 31, 1995, top Treasury officials and President Clinton were telling us how great things were going economically in Mexico. It was a cover-up to prevent Congressional defeat of the North American Free Trade Agreement, to bolster the Mexican and US administrations in upcoming elections in both countries, and to protect the major speculators.

An article from Newsday , "Peso Hits Record Low As Bailout Is Debated" ( Karen Rothmyer - 1/31/,95) identifies some of the Council on Foreign Relations members involved in the cover-up. They were "Former Presidents George Bush, Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford [who] signed a declaration of support for the [bailout] plan. Also endorsing the plan was George Soros, probably the world's most influential international investor."

George Soros is also a member of the Carlyle group. The Carlyle Group is an investor team led by Ronald Reagan's Defense Secretary Frank C. Carlucci III and funded in part by the Mellon family. Carlucci is a sawed off runt with a Napoleon complex and a poor self image. The furniture in Carlucci's office is miniaturized so he feels bigger. When Carlucci is photographed with other men, they sit down, and he stands up, to give the perception he is bigger. As president and CEO of Sears World Trade center, Carlucci left the company with a $60 million dollar loss, and went work for government.

The managing director of the Carlyle group is George Bush's White House Office of Management and Budget Director Richard Darman. A partner in the group is George Bush's Secretary of State James A. Baker III. Another member of the Carlyle group is Richard Nixon's White House Office of Management and Budget Deputy Director Frederic Malek. George Bush Sr.'s son George Bush Jr., former CIA Director Robert Gates and current SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt are advisors to, investors in or board members of Carlyle's companies. Included in Carlyle's press kit are Vernon Jordan and Bob Strauss.

Carlucci, Darman, Gates, Jordan, Malek and Strauss are Council on foreign relations members. The Carlyle group has exploited their governmental connections and ties to turn itself into one of the twenty-five largest defense contractors in the world. All the members of the Carlyle group have been part of dubious investment activities. Many have been exposed in scandals that involve the Central Intelligence Agency.

Soros uses some of the money he steals to fund a group of international foundations. Foundations are used by The Council on Foreign Relations to funnel corporate and personal wealth into the policy-making process. Foundations are tax-free. Contributions to foundations are deductible from federal corporate and individual income taxes. The Foundations themselves are not subject to federal income taxation. Foundations control hundreds of Billions of dollars of money that would normally go to pay federal and individual income taxes. In 1970 there were 7000 foundations that controlled $20 Billion in assets. Nearly 40% of these foundation assets were controlled by the top 12 foundations [ Ford Foundation, Lilly Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Duke Endowment, Kresge Foundation, Kellogg Foundation, Mott Foundation, Pew Mutual Trust, Hartford Foundation, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Carnegie Foundation]. The top twelve foundations were controlled by the Council on Foreign Relations.

Foundations can he created by corporations or individuals. These corporations or individuals can name themselves and their friends as directors or trustees of the foundations they create. Large blocks of corporate stock or large amounts of personal wealth can be donated as tax-exempt contributions to the foundations. The foundations can receive interest, dividends, profit shares, and capital gains from these assets without paying any taxes on them. The directors or trustees, of course, are not allowed to use foundation income or assets for their personal expenses, as they would their own taxable income, But otherwise they have great latitude in directing the use of foundation monies-to underwrite research, investigate social problems, create or assist universities, write research, investigate social problems, establish "think tanks," endow museums,etc. [1]

At the Soros foundation Web Site ( we learn that the:

"National foundations are autonomous institutions established by Mr. Soros in particular countries to initiate and support projects. National foundations are located primarily in the previously communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, but also in Guatemala, Haiti, Mongolia, and South Africa. Each national foundation has a board of directors and staff who set the priorities for the foundation's work. The national foundations are, in most cases, autonomous nongovernmental organizations registered in their own countries and staffed by local professionals. The foundations develop distinct programs in support of the mission and strategic goals established by their directors and staff. These programs vary greatly in nature and urgency from country to country. The local nature of the foundations represented here is one of the distinctive features of Mr. Soros' approach to philanthropy."

One of the Foundations, the Open Society Institute, is issuing grants to promote abortion. Among the programs that will be supported are programs that use abortion as a method for family planning.

Is Soros' Open Society Institute's grant part of a Council on Foreign Relations abortion psycho-political operation that is connected to the RAND's Population Control studies? Is the Soros foundation a way for the Council on Foreign Relations to use tax payer money to promote abortion and population control? Are the Soros foundations part of the Council on Foreign Relations "Secret Team." Do Soros Foundation employees double as covert operators who carry out well planned psycho-political operations in the Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union? Are any Soros' Foundation employees also CIA agents?

The Open Societies Reproductive Rights Grant Proposal Follows ( follows:


As part of its U.S. programs, the Open Society Institute has initiated a grantmaking program that will promote the development of policies and practices to protect women's access to comprehensive reproductive health care, including abortion.

In selecting grantees in this area, the Open Society Institute will favor strategies that build the capacity of organizations that are working at the grassroots/community level. The rights of women to obtain objective information about reproductive health care issues and to freely make decisions based on this information will guide our grantmaking. In addition, OSI will welcome proposals that address the particular needs of low-income women, whose access to information and services is often inadequate.

The Open Society Institutes reproductive rights grantmaking will initially support programs that focus on the promotion of safe and reliable forms of reproductive health care; the protection of minors' rights to reproductive health care; efforts to expand women's access to abortion and family planning services on the state and federal level, and advocacy and public education in support of these objectives.


Organizations interested in applying for funding should first submit an original two-page letter of inquiry along with a copy of their Internal Revenue Service determination letter. All inquiries will be acknowledged promptly, and applicants will be informed of the expected time frame for a decision. If the Open Society Institute invites a request for funding, a full proposal and additional materials will be required. Please do not send full proposals or other unsolicited materials until requested to do so.

The Open Society Institute will generally make grants only to tax-exempt organizations as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Except under special circumstances, OSI will not consider proposals for programs consisting solely or primarily of conferences, television or radio productions, or publications. Additionally, OSI does not provide funding for endowments, building construction or maintenance, annual fund appeals, sectarian religious concerns, or political purposes such as lobbying, propaganda, or partisan political activity. With few exceptions, the Open Society Institute's U.S. programs will not be making grants outside the United States.


There are no deadlines for the submission of inquiries or of invited proposals. Grant award determinations will be made on an ongoing basis.


The Open Society Institute is a private operating and grantmaking foundation that promotes the development of open societies around the world. The Open Society Institute develops and implements a variety of U.S.-based and international programs in the areas of educational, social, and legal reform, and encourages public debate and policy alternatives in complex and often controversial fields. The Open Society Institute is part of an informal network of more than 24 autonomous nonprofit foundations and other organizations created and funded by the philanthropist George Soros in Central and Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, Haiti, and South Africa, as well as in the United States.

NOTE: Because the Open Society Institute is in the initial phase of its U.S. grantmaking program, the guidelines for this program area are subject to change.

Please submit your letter of inquiry and 501(c)(3) form to:

Ms. Erlin Ibreck (letter of inquiry)

Open Society Institute 400 West 59th Street

New York, NY 10019

Tel: (212) 548-0127 Fax: (212) 548-4677

Grants Approved for 1996/1997 Return to OSI Home Page

You can stop the Council on Foreign Relations, by making them visible. Tell other Americans who the Council on Foreign Relations are, and what they are doing. Write your elected representatives and demand that they investigate the Council on Foreign Relations role in the CFR run Clinton administrations sale of military technology to China. Demand that the Iran-Contra investigation be reopened and that the Council on Foreign Relations links to key individuals under investigation and performing the investigation be explored and explained.

Petition For The Impeachment of President William Jefferson Clinton. This Petition is auto sent via email to all Senate/House/members. ( ) .

Write letters to your local papers, radio, and TV stations, and ask them why they fail to link the CFR to many of their top news stories. Tell them Council on Foreign Relations members are fixing votes in Congress.

How would Council on Foreign Relations prize winning University Professors, Historians, Authors, Statesmen, Politicians, and Journalists explain to a Grand Jury, why links to the Council on Foreign Relations are missing from major news stories, and from the history books?


[1] Dye, Thomas R., Who's Running America?, Prentice-Hall, 1976, pgs 103-107


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