International End Run Around American Constitutional Government Financing the Treason of Subversion
On the Club of Rome website, a report was found titled Dossiers 1965 – 1984 by Pentti Malaska and Matti Vapaavuori (Ed.) about the founding of the Club of Rome. The essay (The Launch of a Club – Page 55) referred to here was written by Alexander King, co-founder of the Club of Rome.
In 1962, American senator, Javits and Vice-President Hubert Humphries seeking means to alleviate the appalling economic conditions in Latin America, took the initiative of persuading a number of prominent Americans including David Rockefeller to create a mechanism to make available industrial venture capital to innovative industrialists in the sub-continent. Peccei [Aurelio] was obviously interested and cooperated with the new Investment Company ADELA Atlantic Development of Latin America.
Senator Jacob Javits
Jacob Javits, a Ukrainian Jew from the lower east side of Manhattan, liberal Republican Senator from New York was the prime mover behind the policies to provide U.S. aid and technical assistance to create a Latin American Common Market. In a 1966 profile of Jacob Javits in Time Magazine, the author wrote:
“He has sponsored a thriving private- enterprise plan for Latin American development (ADELA) and is trying to launch similar ventures for Greece and Turkey. He is chairman of the NATO Parliamentarian’s Economic Committee and an oftheard advocate of greater political and economic cooperation within the Alliance.”
In 1963, Emilio G. Collado, Vice President of Standard Oil of New Jersey wrote an article titled Economic Development through Private Enterprise for Foreign Affairs magazine (Volume 41, Number 4).
In the developing countries, particularly, more is needed than an educational effort; people must be persuaded by actions as well as words. Businessmen must work together on community projects. Already organizations such as Accion and the Community Action Institute in Venezuela are demonstrating the contribution that private enterprise can make to broad economic and social programs through projects aimed specifically at community needs for education, technical training and physical facilities. Business groups must also be ready to work together, as recently suggested by David Rockefeller, to assist and advise governments and aid agencies on their development programs. They must seek increasingly to enlist the cooperation of the free labor movement, for the support of democratic labor groups is essential for long range improvement in the environment for private enterprise. A good beginning has been made in the generous contributions of business and labor groups to the initial programs of the American Institute of Free Labor Development.
The Bilderberg Group
In 1964, Jacob Javits attended a Bilderberg meeting that was held in Williamsburg, Virginia. We know that because Javits put a report on the meeting into the Congressional Record.
April 11, 1964
Volume 110 – Part 6
Pages 7684 – 7685
The list of attendees is a Who’s Who of world power brokers at the time. Some of the most notable of names from the United States include:
Joseph E. Johnson, president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Honorary Secretary General for the United States.
Dean Acheson, Secretary of State
Emilio G. Collado, Vice President, Standard Oil of New Jersey
McGeorge Bundy, Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, United States
Christian A. Herter, former Secretary of State, Special Representative for Trade Negotiations for the United States,
Charles D. Jackson, TIME, Inc. United States
William Fulbright, U.S. Senator
Henry J. Heinz, Heinz Co. United States
Henry Kissinger, professor, associate, Harvard University Center for International Affairs
David Rockefeller, president Chase Manhattan Bank
Walter B. Wriston, executive vice president of the First National City Bank (Citibank)
Henry “Scoop” Jackson, U.S. Senator
Gerald B. Ford, U.S. House of Representatives (as President after the coup on Nixon, Ford signed the Helsinki Final Act with the Soviets in 1975)
Aurelio Peccei, managing director of ItalConsult, Italy
The Soviet Connection
Un-American Activities – the connection between U.S. Trade Policy, Jacob Javits and Aurelio Peccei.