On April 21, 1935, the New York Times magazine published a plan in which
the states would merge into new units called Federal Regions, that would
be controlled from Washington, DC. In 1959, Nelson Rockefeller called
for an Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (ACIR), which
became a federally-funded Rockefeller think-tank within Congress to
prepare a working formula for the concept. The ACIR analyzed information
produced by the Public Administration Clearing House (also known as the
" 1313 " ) and translated it into legislation to develop regional
government, which would usurp the power of the local government. The
Clearing House, located at the Rockefeller-controlled University of
Chicago, represented a group of 26 private organizations which have been
infiltrating local government agencies to usurp their power and
authority. Some of these organizations are: National Association of
Counties, National League of Cities, U.S. Conference of Mayors, American
Public Works Association, Public Personnel Association, National
Association of Attorney Generals, and the National Governors Conference.
Their purpose is to train and place a "new administrative class" in
every level of government, which will replace elected officials.
On March 27, 1969, as published in the Federal Register, guided by his
Illuminati operatives, President Nixon announced the "Restructuring of
Government Service Systems," which called for the merging of states into
eight federally-controlled regions.
An Executive Order, when decreed by the President, is printed in the
Federal Register, and then becomes law 15 days later. Executive Order
#11647 was signed by Nixon on February 10, 1972, establishing Federal
Regional Councils for the "development of closer working relationships
between major Federal grant making agencies of State and local
government." In each of the ten standard Federal Regions, there was to
be a council made up of the directors of the regional offices of the
Dept. of Labor; Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare; Dept. of
Housing and Urban Development; Secretarial Representative of the Dept.
of Transportation; Office of Economic Opportunity; Environmental
Protection Agency; and the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration.
The President was to designate one member of each Council as the
This Executive Order was unconstitutional because Article IV of the U.S.
Constitution prohibited the merging of the states, and guaranteed a
government represented by elected officials. However, regional
government was accepted, because it brought with it, revenue-sharing
Here was how the Ten Regions were organized:
2) New York (New York)
3) Pennsylvania (PhiladeIphia)
District of Columbia
6) New Mexico
Texas (Dallas-Ft. Worth)
Kansas (Kansas City)
CalifornIa (San Francisco)
In October, 1976, Jimmy Carter said before the National Association of
Regional Councils (NARC): "I believe that regional organizations should
be strengthened. If elected President, I intend first to upgrade the
role of regional councils representing the federal government to assist
State and local officials, as well as private citizens, in dealing with
federal agencies...I also intend to encourage the development of
regional councils representing State and local governments."
Carter expanded the Federal Regional System on July 20, 1979, with
Executive Order #12149, to "provide a structure for interagency and
intergovernmental cooperation...to establish practical and appropriate
liaison functions with State, tribal, regional and local officials."
Each of the Ten Councils were made up of a representative from each of
the following agencies: Dept. of the Interior; Dept. of Agriculture;
Dept. of Commerce; Dept. of Labor; Dept. of Health, Education, and
Welfare; Dept. of Housing and Urban Development; Dept. of
Transportation; Dept. of Energy; Environmental Protection Agency;
Community Services Administration; Office of Personnel Management;
General Services Administration; ACTION (Peace Corp., VISTA, senior
citizen programs, and other special volunteer programs); Small Business
Administration; Federal Emergency Management Agency; U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers; and the Regional Action Planning Commission. It included over
550 aid programs and block grants. The Department of Education was added
later, after it separated from the Dept. of Health, Education and
Welfare(which became the Dept. of Health and Human Services).
On the same day, he signed Executive Order #12148 for the "Federal
Emergency Management". It created the Federal Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA), an agency within the Department of Justice, which
oversees all of the federal agencies that have specific duties during
times of emergency, such as the Federal Disaster Assistance Agency, and
the Federal Emergency Broadcast System. It seems that only about 10% of
its personnel are actually involved in disaster assistance. Being that
it has the capability to assume government control if necessary, they
have been given police powers which some researchers believe will be
used as the enforcement branch of the Regional Government- in other
words, a national police force. Its purpose was to merge every
community's police force, transferring control of them to a central
government. This was to be done through revenue-sharing funds providing
special training programs to the local police, special communications
equipment, and other things. The National Guard began receiving SWAT
(Special Weapons and Tactical Team) training to be part of this national
police force. Located at the National Security Agency building in Fort
Meade, MD, it has been reported that FEMA has been actively engaged in
developing a computer database, for CAPS (Crisis Action Programs), to
collect records on millions of Americans.
In addition to dividing the country into Ten Federal Regions, the
government has also been making plans for the establishment of a
dictatorship, which among other things, will freeze prices and wages,
close the Stock Exchange, and regulate the amount of money you can
withdraw from your checking and savings account. The following
Presidential Executive Orders will accomplish this:
#10312 (12/10/51) Gives Government the power to take over all radio
#10346 (04/17/52) All Federal Departments and Agencies are required to
prepare civil defense plans.
#10995 (02/16/62) Gives Government the power to take over all
communications and media.
#10997 (02/16/62)Gives Government the power to take over all energy and
power sources such as electricity, petroleum and natural gas.
#10998 (02/16/62) Gives Government the power to take over farms,
farmmachinery, and food sources; including production, manufacturing,
processing, distribution, and retailing.
#10999 (02/16/62) Gives Government the power to take over all modes of
transportation, seaports, highways, etc.
#11000 (02/16/62) Gives Government the authority to mobilize citizens
into work forces under Government supervision.
#11001 (02/16/ 62 ) Gives Government the power to take over all health,
welfare and educational functions.
#11002 (02/16/62) The Postmaster General will be responsible for
registering all Americans.
#11003 (02/16/62)Gives Government the power to take over all airports
#11004 (02/16/62)Gives Government the power to take over housing and
financial institutions, to relocate communities, to erect new housing
with public funds, to declare areas to be abandoned because they are
unsafe, and to establish new locations for the population.
#11005 (02/16/62)Gives Government the power to take over all railroads,
inland waterways, and public storage facilities.
#11051 (09/27/62)Authorization for Executives Orders to be put into
effect during times of international, economic, or financial crisis, and
for the Office of Emergency Planning to carry them out.
#11310 (10/11/66)Gives Government the power to use all prisons to
administer medical treatment, for mass feeding, and housing.
Executive Order #111490 (10/28/69) was amended by the 36-page Executive
Order #11921(6/11/76), which consolidated the following Executive
Orders: #10312, #10346, #10997-#11005, #110087-#11095, and #11310. It
assigned emergency preparedness functions to most Federal Departments
and Agencies to assure the "continuity of the Federal Government."
On the heels of these provisions for a dictatorship, a meeting arranged
by Nelson Rockefeller, was held from April 5-8, 1976 in Philadelphia
with representatives from the Center for the Study of Democratic
Institutions, the League of Women Voters, the National Council of
Churches, National Urban League, NAACP, United Auto Workers, Common
Cause, and various other University professors and governmental experts,
to study our present Constitution to see if it could be modernized and
On January 30, 1976, came the announcement of "A Declaration of
Interdependence", a document which endorsed a one-world government. The
announcement was made at a meeting held at Philadelphia's Independence
Hall, which was sponsored by the World Affairs Council (and had stemmed
from a five point program they had announced in September, 1975). The
meeting was funded with a $100,000 grant from the Pennsylvania
Bicentennial Committee. The document, written by CFR member Henry Steele
Comsmager, began with this sentence: "Two centuries ago our forefathers
brought forth a new nation; now we must join with others to bring forth
a new world order." It was signed by 24 U.S. Senators and 80 U.S.
Representatives, such as: Sen. Alan Cranston (D-CA, CFR), Sen. Jacob
Javits (R-NY), Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D-MN), Sen. George McGovern (D-SD),
Sen. William Proxmire (D-WI), Sen. Charles Mathias (CFR), Sen.
Clairborne Pell (CFR), Rep. Paul Simon, Rep, Patricia Shroeder, Rep.
Louis Stokes, Rep. Les Aspin (former Secretary of Defense under
Clinton), Rep. John B. Anderson (R-IL), and Rep. Morris K. Udall (D-AZ).
This document went through further drafts, and in 1984, it was presented
by the Committee on a Constitutional System as an alternative to the
existing Constitution. One of the group's Board members, James MacGregor
Burns, a history professor, said: "If we are to turn the founders upside
down...we must directly confront the constitutional structure they
erected." About a third of the CCS Board members belonged to the CFR,
including Chairman C. Douglas Dillon (former Secretary of Treasury),
Lloyd Cutler (former legal council to President Carter, now the council
to President Clinton), and Sen. Nancy Kassebaum. Some of the other
members were: Robert McNamara (former Secretary of Defense under Kennedy
and Johnson), Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Sen. Charles Mathias, Sen.
William J. Fulbright, and others who were associated with the Brookings
Institute, Rockefeller Foundation, and Woodrow Wilson Center.
In October, 1970, the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, a
tax-exempt foundation in Santa Barbara, California (financed by the Ford
and Rockefeller Foundations with up to $21/2 million annually),
published in their magazine Center, an article called the "Constitution
for the United Republics of America", which was the forerunner of their
new version. The principle author of this document was Rexford Guy
Tugwell (who was the Assistant Secretary of Agriculture under President
Franklin Roosevelt), who directed a team of close to 100 socialist
educators who contributed to the project. In Tugwell's 1974 book, The
Emerging Constitution, the 40th version of the original draft was
published as "A Constitution for the Newstates of America", which the
Ford Foundation spent $25 million to produce and promote. Tugwell
claimed that our Constitution was too cumbersome and needed to be
changed. He believed that it was possible to get this new "Constitution"
adopted, and said: "...it could happen that the present system of
government would prove so obstructive and would fail so abysmally to
meet the needs of a continental people and a great power that general
recognition of the crisis would occur. There might then be a redrafting
of the basic law, and, if so, then it might be that this model we have
worked out over a number of years might be taken into account."
The Constitution calls for the States to be divided into Ten Federal
Regions, called Republics, which would be " subservient departments of
the national government". The document contains no guarantees of
freedoms that we now have under the Bill of Rights. In an emergency, the
government will have the power to curtail communication, movement, and
the right to assemble. It calls for public education, and gun control
("The bearing of arms or the possession of lethal weapons shall be
confined to police, members of the armed forces, and those licensed
under the law"). The President will serve one 9-year term (Article VI,
Part B, Section 9, Subsection 8: "To assist in the maintenance of world
order and, for this purpose, when the President shall recommend, to vest
jurisdiction in international legislative, judicial and administrative
agencies."), and there will be two Vice-Presidents. A hundred Senators
will be appointed by the President for lifetime terms, not elected; and
there would be 400 members in the House of Representatives. Each of the
100 Congressional Districts will elect three for a three year term; and
100 will be elected by the entire country, to serve a nine year term,
and only They can become Committee Chairmen.
The newest threat to our Constitution is the Conference of States(COS).
It is being peddled as a movement for the states to come together and
discuss the need to balance the relationship between the states, and the
federal government, in a "co-equal partnership," even though the
Constitution intended for the States to be sovereign, and for the
federal government to only have limited powers. The first meeting is to
be held in Annapolis (MD), July 6-9, a historical reenactment of the
1786 Annapolis convention; and the second is planned for October 22-25,
( which, ironically, is the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the
UN) in Philadelphia (PA), a reenactment of the 1787 convention. It is
being funded by three private organizations which are associated with
the Advisory Commission on Inter-government Relations (ACIR): Council of
State Governments (CSG, established in 1930 with funding from a
Rockefeller Grant), National Governors Association (NGA), and the
National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) . Michael Leavitt, the
Republican governor of Utah, and a member of the ACIR, told the Salt
Lake City Tribune in 1994, that he wanted a constitutional convention.
In a March 17, 1994 memo, he said that our government was old-fashioned,
and out-of-step with an international marketplace, and that "there was a
better way." That "better way" seems to be an end-run around the
Constitution, because the COS literature indicates their interest in
passing Constitutional amendments. Charles Duke, the Republican state
senator from Colorado, said that the COS would be the "edge of the sword
that knocks the head off the Constitution."
Though Article V of the Constitution indicates that two-thirds of the
States must vote for a constitutional convention before Congress could
call one, the COS may be planning to use the same method used by the
delegates at the Annapolis convention in 1786. Within ten years, the
Constitution that was originally drafted on June 12, 1776(and fully
ratified by 1781), was no longer able to meet the needs of a growing
nation. The delegates of Virginia, New York, Delaware, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania, meeting in Annapolis were charged with the task of
amending the Articles of Confederation, and were to meet in Philadelphia
"for the sole and express purpose of revising" them. The need for a
stronger central government was expressed, one that didn't limit States
rights. However, upon meeting in Philadelphia in May, 1787, they locked
all the doors, and posted armed guards; and they even closed all the
windows, so they could deliberate in secret while they actually set up a
new national government. Neither the Congress, or the people could stop
them, Their work was finished on September 17, 1787(and was fully
ratified on May 29, 1790), and the Constitution of the United States was
born, and is still in existence today.
Many people are worried about this Conference of States, because nobody
is really sure what could happen. Case law mandates that members of a
constitutional convention must be directly elected by the people, so
they can act as their representatives to exercise the sovereign power of
the state. Each state delegation to the COS would consist of the
governor, and two leaders from each party in the state legislature (plus
two alternates, one from each party), and therefore would be empowered
with the necessary legal status as representatives of the people, should
the decision be made to turn the meeting into a constitutional
convention. On March 24, 1995, Republican senators Hank Brown (CO) and
Jesse Helms (NC) sponsored Senate Resolution No. 82, which would give
Congressional authorization to transform the COS into a bonafide
Constitutional Convention. They maintained, that without this
Congressional approval, it would be in conflict with Article 1, Section
10 of the Constitution, which does not allow any agreements between
Because only 14 state legislatures had passed resolutions calling for
their participation in the COS, which was short of the 26 needed, their
organizational meeting scheduled for July, 1995 was canceled. However,
the same forces behind this movement planned to have a "federalism
summit" in Cincinnati on October 22 with the support of the Council of
State Governments, National Governors Association and the National
Conference of State Legislators.
It is obvious that the Illuminati has taken a two-prong approach to
regional government. They have been working within the confines of the
Executive Branch to get various Executive Orders passed; and they have
used their various finger organizations to study our existing
constitution, and recommend changes. All of their efforts may culminate
in a call for a Constitutional Convention, that will spell the end of
democracy as we know it in this country.
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