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OUTLINE Introduction What is the CFR? The FBI's Long History of Investigating the CFR 1941-1949:

FBI Investigateded CFR For Nazi Espionage and Communist Associations

1954-1970:

FBI Monitored CFR Due to Congressional & Espionage Concerns

1972:

J. Edgar Hoover Launched Major FBI Investigation of CFR--And Died Suddenly

1973:

FBI Director Patrick Gray III Continued Investigation of CFR--And Was Soon Fired

1973:

FBI Director Clarence Kelley Denied FBI Ever Investigated CFR--And Served 5 Years

1980:

FBI Director William H. Webster

I 980-Present:

(a CFR member) Continued Investigation Cover Up

The Official Cover Up Continues

Summary & Conclusion

Appendix A:

FBI censor and exclusion itemization

Appendix B:

FBI censor and inclusion codes

Appendix C:

March 17, 1941--Confidential FBI message; investigation of CFR for Nazi espionage

Appendix D:

March 28, 1941--Confidential FBI message; suspension of above investigation

Appendix E:

December 21, 1949--Confidential FBI message; CFR's Nazi and Communist associations

Appendix F:

April 2, 1956--Confidential FBI message;

Appendix G:

Excluded pages related to above

Appendix H:

December 27, 1963--FBI denial of investigative interest in CFR

Appendix I:

CFR espionage concerns

Critique of CFR by Paris Daily Beacon-News

Appendix J:

September 27, 1969--Confidential FBI memo; discretely subscribe to CFR publication

Appendix K:

October 1969--Congressman John Rarick's inquiry regarding CFR

Appendix L:

June 27, 1970--Letter by unknown official requesting FBI investigate CFR July 7, 1970--Hoover's reply to above

Appendix M:

Appendix N:

Newspaper article on Agent Gumaer's charges against CFR Citizen's concern regarding above Hoover's response to above January 11, 1972--Letter from unknown official urging FBI to investigate CFR


OUTLINE Appendix 0:

January 21, 1972--Hoover's response to above

Appendix P:

February 10, 1972--Confidential memo, New York FBI to Hoover; CFR investigation

Appendix Q:

February 16, 1972--Confidential memo, New York FBI to Hoover; CFR investigation

Appendix R:

February 17, 1972--Confidential memo, Hoover to New York FBI; response to above

Appendix S:

February 18, I 972--Confidential memo, New York FBI to Hoover; CFR investigation

Appendix T:

April 29, 1972--Constituent's letter to Congressman Bob Sikes; CFR subversion May 11, 1972--Sikes' inquiry to FBI regarding above

Appendix U:

May 19, 1972--FBl's response to Congressman Sikes

Appendix V:

October 31, 1972--Secret message; New York FBI to FBI Director Gray concerning CFR

Appendix W:

January 22, 1973--Letter from FBI Director Gray concerning None Dare Call It COlupiracy

Appendix X:

April 19, 1973--Secret FBI message concerning endorsements of None Dare Call It Conspiracy

Appendix Y:

March 15, 1974--FBI Director Kelley's denial of CFR investigation to Congressman Hartke

Appendix Z:

April 18, 1979--Deputy Assistant Director O'Brien's denial of CFR investigation

Appendix AA:

November 24, 1980--Letter from unknown official to FBI Director Webster concerning CFR

Appendix DB:

December 23, 1980--FBI Director Webster's denial of FBI investigation of CFR to above official


WARNING! apparently ranging from Nazi espionage to Communist association, from citizen's concerns to criminal activities, and from suspicion of theft of government documents to subversion. Further research indicates why today's FBI might feel obliged to maintain such a fable in the face of its own evidence. For as WARNING! reveals, the FBI's own files show that FBI Director !. Edgar Hoover suddenly and mysteriously died Just weeks after he launched a massive investigation of the CFR, that his replacement, L. Patrick Gray III, was suddenly hounded from office weeks after he apparently launched his own investigation of the CFR, and that the FBI's own record reveals that an undercover agent openly charged the CFR with responsibility for John F. Kennedy's assassination and other crimes. Sobering excuses indeed, for today's officials to maintain political correctness! Although the analyzation by WARNING! regarding the FBI's information on the CFR will raise more questions than it answers, WARNING! should nonetheless provide the scholar with important and controversial information on the CFR which heretofore has been unavailable to the general public.

Introduction Of all of the resources available which detail the agenda and activities of the secretive Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) group, none have included information obtained from the government's own investigative files--until now. WARNING! is just such a resource, analyzing and reproducing incriminating information on the CFR which the FBI and the CIA have covertly gathered over the decades. The FBI's releasable data on the CFR is contained in Bureau File 62-5256, which is arranged chronologically with data gathered from 1931 to 1980: WARNING! is an analyzation of the highlights of that file, which consists of 371 pages of evidence, of which 336 were released to us and of which 35 pages were denied to us in their entirety. 2 The 336 pages we were granted contained some 263 instances of censoring--ranging from the inking out of just a few lines to the blacking out of near entire pages. Reasons tendered for such censorings included Executive (Presidential) order that the information be kept secret in the interest of national defense, need to protect intelligence sources related to national security, the CIA Act of 1949, and law enforcement confidentiality related to ongoing criminal investigations.3 As the reader will soon discover, the CFR has been the subject of several FBI investigations--in fact, WARNING! includes photo copies of a number of FBI documents which substantiate this reality. Yet today, the FBI has not only ceased gathering information on the CFR, but denies that it ever had an investigative interest in the CFR! The reader will at first marvel that the FBI would be so blatant in denying such an obvious and important truth, especially considering the extensive evidence from the FBI itself which reveals that the CFR was investigated by the FBI for reasons

What is the CFR?

It is beyond the province of this report to give a full account of the history and perceived excesses and abuses of the CFR, and of the dangers that the CFR poses to the security and. future of the United States of America. However, the following abstract is tendered to provide the reader with a basic knowledge of that organization. The CFR was formed in 1922 as a vehicle for key politicians, media personalities, money men, and other power brokers to interact on matters of national and international importance. However, the ~ct!v~ties of this concentration of powerful Individuals (most of them unelected and all holding memb~rship b~ invitation only) soon went beyond 1 fBI's releasable infonnation on the CFR is available to all mere Interaction, and soon devolved into an citizens at the FBI reading room in Washington D.C., or by unac~ountable cabal of covert policy manipulators; mail using the Freedom of Infonnation Act (FOIPA). To use forming what some have referred to as a "shadow FOIPA obtain A Citizens Guide On Using The Freedom of Barry Goldwater warns: government." Senator Information Act And The Privacy Act Of 1974 To Request 'The CFR is composed of • • . the most elite names in the world of government, labor, business, finance, communication, the foundations, and the academies. It has staffed almost every key position of every administration since that of FDR. . . .' A number of writers disturbed by the innuential role this organization

Government Records through Superintendent of Documents, u.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Follow instructions using Federal Fonn 4-837 to contact the FBI through the u.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. 20525. 2 See Appendix A 3 See Appendix B

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WARNING! has played in determining foreign policy have concluded the Council of Foreign Relations and its members are an active part of the communist conspiracy for world domination. • •• Many of the policies advocated by the CFR have been damaging to the cause of freedom and particularly to the United States, but this is not because the members are communist or communist sympathizers. This explanation of our foreign policy reversals is too pat, too simplistic. I believe the Council on Foreign Relations and its ancillary elitist groups are indifferent to communism. They have no ideological anchors. In their pursuit of a new world order [World Government 1 they are prepared to deal without prejudice with a communist state, a socialist state, a democratic state, monarchy, oligarchy--its all the same to them. Rear Admiral Chester Ward, USN (Retd.), who was a member of the CFR for sixteen years, has written, 'The most powerful clique in these elitist groups have one objective in common-they want to bring about the surrender of the sovereignty and the national independence of the United States. • • .' To achieve this new [international] federalism, the' United States must submerge its national identity and surrender substantial matters of sovereignty to a new political order. . . • In my view, [the' C~R] represents a skillful, coordinated effort to seize control and consolidate the four centers of powerpolitical, monetary, intellectual, and ecclesiastical. 4

The FBI's Long History of Investigating the CFR 1941-1950: FBI Investigated CFR for Nazi Espionage & Communist Association. According to the FBI's files, the FBI commenced monitoring the CFR in 1931 by subscribing to the CFR's quarterly publication, Foreign Affairs. According to a Confidential FBI message dated March 17 1941, the first FBI investigation of the CFR was iaunched in that year due to information related to an' article appearing in Foreign Affairs. That FBI memo to J. Edgar Hoover wa~ headed "Foreign Affairs; (Publication) Internal Security," and indicated that two investigations--one on the CFR and another on a CFR member--had been initiated in regard to a Nazi "Ejpionage" case titled, "German Activities in New Orleans; Confile, Espionage--G. " Although several paragraphs of that FBI message even now remain blacked out by order ~f the President of the United States, much of It remains readable, including this admission of an active investigation which was launched by the FBI: In accordance with previous Bureau instructions a separate case has been 'opened on this individual and the New York Field Division is requested to conduct appropriate investigation [emboldening added for emphasis] to ascertain the identity and activities of the above ....5 Another Confidential message to J. Edgar Hoover, dated March 28, 1941, indicated that t~e New York FBI office (where the CFR IS headquartered) also had input on this ~ame N~zi espionage case. That message als~ remains hea,:Ily censored, with codes written In the margins revealing the censoring was by order of the U.S. President, and also due to the law enforceme~t nature of the investigation. After those cryptIc censorings, the message ends:

"The IIlost powerful clique. in . the~e elitist groups have one objectIve In common--they want to bring about the surrender of the sOl'ereignty and .the national independence of the United States. . . ." --Admiral Chester Ward

In view of thc above information, no additional investigation in this matter will be conducted by the New York Field D~vision concerning FOREIGN AFFAIRS In the absence of Rureau instructions to the contrary. 6

Persons wishing to obtain Jllore infoffllation on the history, excesses, abuses and ~angers ~f the CFR may readily do so by accessing the lIst of publications tabulated on page 10 of WARNING!

See Appendix C 6 See Appendix D 6

Senator Barry M. Goldwater, With No Apologies (William Morrow & Co., New York), pp. 277-278,280,284.

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WARNING! 1954-1970: FBI Monitored CFR Due to Congressional & Espionage Concerns.

If this message is so controversial that it remains censored today, why did the FBI forbid its own field divisions from pursuing the-case in 1941? Were the powers that be afraid of what their agents might have then discovered? It cannot be reasoned that the FBI forbade its agents from pursuing this case because there was no substance to the case, for as Appendix B reveals, the censoring codes on this message indicate they were censored by Presidential edict to be kept secret in the interest of national defense, and due to criminal and national security investigations. If the case had no substance, then those high authorities would never have invoked such censorings. But they did so, lending substance to the investigation, which begs the original question of if the investigation was so important, why did the FBI forbid its own agents from pursuing the same in 1941? And why is this information still withheld by Presidential order? A Confidential FBI Memorandum dated December 21, 1949 revealed that a CFR member had secretly contacted the FBI and revealed that the CFR was "a highly confidential organization " which conducted "very confidential conferences" on national security issues without the usual safeguards required by the Government. The CFR member also confessed some trepidation that CFR headquarters was located across the street from the Soviet Union's UN Delegation building. The memo remains heavily blacked out due to Presidential and law enforcement concerns. Page four of that same Memorandum reveals that Customs informed the FBI that the CFR subscribed to Nazi propaganda publications throughout WWII, and that a CFR member had confessed that the CFR was in contact with the Communist ASC' group. And page five reveals that the CFR was openly invited to meetings of the Communist JAFRCS group.9

An FBI message dated November 19, 1954 on the CFR was almost entirely blacked out by Presidential order. It was followed by another Presidentially censored letter to Hoover dated April 12, 1956. The only readable portions of that letter are: COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS ... [deleted by Presidential order] . . . ESPIONAGE ... [deleted by Presidential order]. . .. The above information was made available to S[pecial] A[gent] [deleted under intelligence/law enforcement codes] ... on a strictly confidential basis, and it cannot be made public except upon the issuance of a subpoena duces tecum . . . [deleted by Presidential order] .10 The years between 1956 and 1961 brought another Confidential and Presidentially censored letter from the Special Agent in Charge of New York's FBI office to Hoover regarding the CFR, as well as five mysterious pages of information on the CFR which both the CIA and the U.S. President denied our researchers any access to whatsoever. II

The FBI's "ESPIONAGE" data on the CFR remains "Authorized under . . . Executive order to be kept secret in the interest of national defense. • • ." In 1961, Congressman Jack Westland (WA) requested infomlation on the CFR froln the FBI; as did the Defense Intelligence Agency acting for the Joint Chiefs of Staff in 1963. During this period a number of citizens registered concern over the CFR. In all cases, the FBI typically replied that their jurisdiction was to investigate only when directed and not tojudge; that there was no official CFR investigation underway ~ that the FBI could comment no further on the matter, etc. 12 Nevertheless, in 1963 the FBI entered into their record a critique of the CFR from the Paris Daily Beacon-News of Paris, Illinois, which characterized the CFR as a subversive, antiAmerican organization. 13

7 American Slav Congress (ASC) cited by Attorney General as ··subversive and Communist." Cited by Congress as, "a Moscow-inspired and directed federation of Communistdominaled organizations seeking by meLhods of propaganda and pressure to subvert the 10,000,000 [Americans] of Slavic birth or descent" (Guide to Subversive Orgallizatiolls alld PublicatiollS, 87th Congress, 2d Session, p. 30). 8 Joint Anti-Pascist Refugee Committee (JAPRC) cited by Attorney General as "subversive and Communist." Grouped by Congress with "Communist enterprises which have dealt with Spain .... " Found by U.S. Senate, "To defend the cases of Communist lawbreakers" (Guide to Subversive OrganizatiollSalld PublicatiollS, 87th Congr., 2d Ses., p. 96). 9 See Appendix E

See Appendix F 11 See Appendix G 12 See Appendix H 13 See Appendix I 10

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WARNING! The years between 1963 and 1966 brought many more citizen inquiries regarding the CFR; and 1966 resulted in six more pages of CFR information being mysteriously removed from releasable FBI records at the discretion of FBI censors, and one page removed by Presidential order. On September 27, 1967, the "Director, FBI" issued a "Confidential" order to the Special Agent in Charge (SAC) of the New York FBI office to "renewdiscreetly" the Bureau's subscription to the CFR's quarterly publication, Foreign Affairs. Hoover ordered the magazine to be forwarded to the FBI's Internal Security Section--Domestic Intelligence Division, the FBI's Soviet Section, and Crime Research Section. 14 Similar subscription directions were registered in adjacent years too. Years 1968 through 1970 brought more high level (Presidential) censorship of releasable documents, "in the interest ofnational defense," and more denials of certain CFR materials due to additional Intelligence concerns. Also, additional citizen's requests for information on and investigation of the CFR were then filed. On October 7, 1969 Congressman John R. Rarick (D-LA) sent a constituent's critique of the CFR to the FBI, along with Rarick's request that the Bureau provide information on the CFR to Rarick's office. IS. On June 27, 1970, whatappears to be a letter to Hoover from a high State of Texas official, or a Texas Congressman, requesting information on the CFR was entered into the FBI's file (although the originator of the letter was censored, a copy of the FBI's response to the official looking letter was filed with the FBI's Houston office, indicating it came from a Texas official). Censored, it nonetheless reveals:

On July 7, 1970, Hoover responded, "Icannot furnish the data you are seeking since information Ion the CFRI in our files must be maintained as confidential in accordance with regulations of the Department of Justice. . ... I regret I cannot be of help to you in this instance." 17

"It looks as though there must be as many as half a dozen governn,ent intelligence groups that are working in the same medium [investigating the CFR] as this office. Our activities lie strictly in the area concerning the threat to the internal security of the State and the Republic.... " The year 1970 brought "another very controversial development. According to FBI files, former undercover agent David Gumaer then commenced making public lectures accusing the CFR of fearful crimes; ranging from conspiring with the Soviets to form an abusive World Government, to manipulating the Vietnam war for profit, to assassinating President Kennedy (who evidently would not fully cooperate with the CFR). Readers who think this scenario too outlandish should consider the following. While speaking at Columbia University JFK stated, "The high office of the President has been used to foment a plot to destroy America's freedom and, before I leave office, I must inform the citizens Qf their plight." Ten days later JFK was shot to death. The theory that Kennedy was assassinated through mechanizations from within the government is widely held. Writes one author: Whatever we may say about John F. Kennedy, he remains one of the most esteemed U.S. Presidents. A man with an independent streak, he was apparently never a true 'insider.' Some have even' speculated that his assassination, still clothed in mystery, may have resulted from an attempt to break with the Establishment. Though it may have no significance, both [John] McCloy and Allen Dulles--the chairman and former president of the CFR--served on the Warren Commission investigating the President's death. 18

It looks as though there must be as many as half a dozen government intelligence groups that are working in the same medium [investigating the CFR] as this office. Our activities lie strictly in the area concerning the threat to the internal security of the State and the Republic. . . . MAY GOD BLESS OUR COUNTRY BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE!

Sincerely, [censoredr 6

See Appendix L James Perl off, The Shadows of Power: 171e Council 011 Foreign Relations and the America" Decline (Western Islands Publishers: Appleton, Wisconsin, 1990), p.l14.

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See Appendix J , 15 See Appendix K 16 See Appendix L 14

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WARNING! Agent Gumaer's lectures resulted in several January 11, 1972 newspaper articles, one of which was even entered (To) J. Edgar Hoover, Director into the FBI record. 19 When alanned citizens wrote The Federal Bureau of Investigation to Hoover regarding Agent Gumaer's lectures, Hoover replied to one, "I. . . understand the Dear Sir: concern which prompted you to contact me." 2() In Louisiana¡s chief affliction, I politician I Hale reply t.O another group of citizens, Hoover Boggs, has said that you like to be remembered at reluctantly answered that again, he was powerless to If you will furnish them with the "'confidential" information on Christmas and on your birthday. forgive me the tardiness as well as that reference, the CFR which they requested. please accept my sincere best wishes this season.

It is my earnest hope that you will continue to

serve many more years as Director of The Bureau. For more than ten years I have studied such information as has been available to ordinary citizens regarding the Council on Foreign Relations. My conclusions are that this covert group is actively conspiring to usurp the Constitutional authority of the United States Government and to direct it toward its own sinister ends. I realize this organization accumulated massive powers within our government before its More citizen's concerns about the CFR were conspiratorial nature became fully evident. For fended off by the FBI in 1971, and more one branch of government to undertake to destroy information on the CFR appears to have been this super monster is admittedly akin to yanked from the FBI record that year, "in the demanding another David to confront Goliath. interest of national defense" by order of the Still, if you and your bureau cannot be that President. Clearly, a confrontation between the David, our nation faces its greatest peril in nearly CFR and the FBI was brewing! two centuries. 1972: J. Edgar Hoover Launched In 1948, Alger Hiss was protected and Major Investigation of the CF R--And Died shielded by a massive array of powerful men, Suddenly. On January 11, 1972, a very serious both in and out of government. Because of the letter regarding the CFR was sent to FBI Director. perseverance and dedication applied by your Hoover from a source who appears to be a bureau, he was eventually indicted and justly Government official familiar enough with Hoover to prosecuted. While I can find no record that you, send him personalized anecdotal birthday and personally, took part in the Hiss case, your own Christmas greetings. Received on January 18, courage and patriotism shines through this 1972, the correspondence was sent on official brilliant expose like an unwavering light. letterhead which was blacked out by the FBI to keep To likewise indict the C.F.R., its officers and secret both the identity of the sender and his office. directors, and the institutions that finance it, Amazingly, most of the rest of this explosive would be an undertaking so monumental as to letter survived the censor's magic marker; including make the Hiss indictment seem almost trifling. references to two powerful books which had recently been written by fonner FBI agents accusing Yet, by th~ir own records, they have conspired to the CFR of a conspiracy to overtake the U.S. and manipulate U.S. foreign policy, domestic affairs, erect a Socialist World Government. Following is a banking, industry, and our mass communications. redraft of that letter/ 1 as well as a redraft of Indeed, they have even taken the unpopular position of having conspired to prolong the Viet Hoover's immediate response. 22 Nam War! One of your former agents, Dan Smoot, of 19 See Appendix M Dallas, Texas, has made a thorough study of this 20 See Appendix M powerful conspiracy in his book, THE 21 See Appendix N INVISIBLE GOVERNMENT. Another former 22 See Appendix 0 agent who has documented his case against the

According to FBI files, a former undercover agent for the FBI cOllllnenced ,naking public speeches accusing the CFR of fearful crimes; ranging froln conspiring with the Soviets to forln a World Government, to lI,anipulating the Vietnan, war for profit, to assassinating President Kennedy.

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WARNING! Within days of Hoover's guarded and chilling response to the mystery writer who urged Hoover to launch a huge initiative to bring down the CFR conspiracy, FBI message traffic virtually exploded with highly controversial information on the CFR. A teletype from the New York FBI office (CFR headquarters area) arrived for Hoover on February Stamped "CONFIDENTIAL," 10, 1972. "URGENT," and "DID" (Domestic Intelligence Division), the first page of that message remains completely blacked out to this day. The only hint of that page's contents are found in the censor's codes beside the blackouts, indicating such was to remain hidden to protect confidential intelligence and law enforcement sources involved in criminal or national security investigations. Page two of the letter gives a brief description of the CFR along with the tip that:

C.F.R. conspiracy is W. Cleon Skousen, of Salt Lake City, Utah. Both of these men have unimpeachable reputations and each has the popular support of millions of ordinary citizens. Mr. Skousen's book, THE NAKED CAPITALIST, delineates the actual intrigues of this conspiracy. From this work it becomes obvious that Professor Carrol Quigley, author of TRAGEDY AND HOPE, is qualified to testify before a Federal Grand Jury for the purpose of obtaining an indictment. • • • To furnish the documentary evidence needed for an indictment is far beyond my calling. I am confident that you have sufficient evidence in Bureau files to initiate proceedings. My purpose is to point out to you that millions of ordinary American citizens, the 'plain folks back home,' are aware of this conspiracy and are ready to rally to your support if you will provide the initiative. The C.F.R. monster is devouring our freedom at an ever increasing rate. Like so many others, I consider you to be the greatest living American-the only one with position and prestige enough to attack this Goliath. What a fitting climax it would be to your unparalleled service to our nation! Many of us 'natives' out her are getting restless. We are counting heavily on you to lead the way toward rescuing our Republic.

. . . Officers of the organization have included such promimxent [sic] individuals as Allen W. Dulles, David Rockefeller and W. Averill Harriman. . .. As can be seen from characterization of Council and its activities it is probable classified US Government documents are maintained at Council for study and research. 25 This is a gravely serious revelation--that the FBI has proposed that CFR members stole and hid secret government documents for illegal purposes! Of special interest is the FBI code in the header of this message designating the CFR under the category of, "IS--NEW LEFf." "IS" is thought to mean, "Internal Security." "New Left" is the moniker given to radical organizations with Communist leanings; that term commonly appears in numerous other FBI files in reference to various organizations involved in Marxist subversion. Page three of this same Confidential FBI message ordered:

Very faithfully yours, [Withheld by FBI] 23

January 21, 1972 Dear [Withheld by FBI] Your letter was received on January 18th and very much appreciate your remembering my birthday. It was most thoughtful of you to extend best wishes for the recent holidays and it is my hope the coming year will be filled with happiness for you. I readily understand the concern that prompted your comments and am pleased you have taken time to furnish me your views.

One . . . contact State Department and [Whitehouse] Administration officials [per instructions] above. The referenced instructions were inked out however, and coded to indicate that such was done to protect criminal investigations or intelligence sources. The terse orders continued:

Sincerely yours, J. Edgar Hoover 4

Two--[New York FBI office] obtain details of action ["action" unknown,

See Appendix N 24 See A ppendi x 0

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WARNING! 1972-73 FBI Director Patrick Gray III Continued Investigation of CFR--And Was Soon Fired. The next day, May 3, 1972, L.

inked-out by FBI] and upon same contact [inked-out by FBI]. A hand written margin note urgently added, "[New York Office] told to do this now [emboldening in original]." The orders ended:

Patrick Gray III was appointed Director of the FBI. During the remainder of 1972 the FBI appears to have responded to the demands of a number of citizens, and of Congressman Bob Sikes (D-FL) who called for investigation of charges against the CFR after a constituent sent Sikes a copy of None Dare Call It Conspiracy--a book detailing the CFR' s plan for an abusive "New World Order" World Government. 30 Gray did not reply to Sikes that the FBI had no information on the CFR, but replied, " ... It is not possible for me to furnish the specific data your constituent requested in view of the confidential nature of FBI files . ... " Also annotated on the file copy of Gray's reply to Sikes was this caveat:

Three--UACB you will contact officials at Council on February Fourteen next. The [New York FBI office] is actively investigating [emboldening added] and will immediately appraise the Bureau of all developments. . .. CONFIDENTIAL.26 On February 16, 1972, New York FBI sent a teletype regarding the CFR to Hoover marked "IMMEDIATE" and "CONFIDENTIAL." It also included the designation, "IS--NEW LEFf" and remains heavily censored for confidentiality, national security investigation and law enforcement investigation reasons. 27 On February 17, Hoover replied to the Special Agent in Charge, New York office, regarding the above teletype. The reply remains censored for national security and criminal investigation reasons and also includes the "IS--NEW LEFT" designation. 28 The next nine pages of the FBI record covering this investigation were completely deleted from public access for similar reasons. On February 18, 1972, New York FBI sent another "URGENT" and "CONFIDENTIAL" message to Hoover and the "Domestic Intelligence Division" of the FBI regarding the CFR. Again, the message remains heavily censored for the same reasons previously given, and includes the "IS-NEW LEFf" designations. 29 This message, too, is mostly inked out, and the next four pages of information remain denied to the public in their entirety. Thus, it appears Hoover did in fact initiate a major investigation of the CFR. But then something peculiarly ominous and strange transpired which would immediately hamper that investigation. A few weeks later on May 2, FBI director J. Edgar Hoover did not show up for work--and was found at his home, dead.

The book entitled 'None Dare Call It Conspiracy' alleges control of the U.S. by the Council of Foreign Relations....31 The next entire page in the FBI's CFR file was deleted by order of the U.S. President, "to be kept Secret in the interest ofnational defense." From this evidence, it appears that Gray, like Hoover, opposed the CFR, and was apparently going to follow up on Hoover's investigation of the group. But events would soon tum ugly for Gray also. October 31, 1972 brought a cryptic and frightening message about the CFR to Director Gray from the Special Agent in Charge of the FBI's New York office where the CFR is headquartered. That Message was stamped "SECRET," indicating that compromising it would result in serious damage to the security of the United States. The message remains heavily censored with margin notes indicating the ink-outs on released copies were so altered to maintain confidentiality of criminal and intelligence investigators. Readable portions indicate New York FBI was re-categorizing its investigatory files on the CFR, explaining: From the nature of the organization, it appears that members of the Council on Foreign Relations would, in the course of business operations [deleted by Presidential order, to be kept Secret in the interest of National defense]. In view of the above infonnation as well as the fact that its members consist of prominent

See Appendix P See Appendix Q 26 See Appendix R 29 See Appendix S 26

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WARNING! individuals, no investigation is being conducted by the New York Office in this matter [emphasis added].32 That is to say, the FBI office conducting the February 1972 investigation of the CFR suddenly halted its investigation, evidently due to fear over high government officials participating in CFR activities! Apparently intimidated by that fact, the New York FBI office matter of factly informed its Washington, D.C. headquarters that it was suspending the investigation it had been ordered to conduct! The very next entry in the FBI record under Director Gray is the anti-CFR book, None Dare Call It Conspiracy. That is to say, that entire book is a part of the FBI's official record on the CFR! That book charges the CFR with heading up a silent revolution to capture the United States Government from within and-formulate a socialistic "New World Order" Government! In spite of the New York FBI office's recalcitrance, it appears that Director Gray still wished for an investigation which would expose the CFR. The record shows that on January 22, 1973, Gray responded to a concerned citizen who had sent him a personal copy of None Dare Call It Conspiracy. Gray answered:

Investigator, Reece Committee to Investigate Foundations; 4) Dr. MEDFORD EVANS, former Chief of Security for the Atom Bomb Project; Dr. Barney FINKEL, President, The Jewish Right; 6) Dean CLARENCE E. MANION, former dean, Notre Dame Law School.34 So it seems that Gray was also hot on the trail of the CFR, and that the FBI under Gray was gearing up to bring the CFR down. Maybe that helps explain why Gray's tenure as FBI Director abruptly ended. Eight days after the above memo was received by Gray, Gray resigned under fire.

FBI Director Hoover died mysteriously a few weeks after launching an investigation of the CFR. His replacement, Patrick Gray Ill, served as Director for less than a year--resigning under fire just eight days after an explosive FBI message warned of the CFR conspiracy. Gray's replacement, Clarence Kelley, claimed that there never had been an investigation of the CFR--and served unimpeded for nearly five years.

On January 16th, I received the copy of the book, 'None Dare Call It Conspiracy,' which you sent to me and I want to thank you for your interest in making it available.

FBI Director Clarence Kelley Denied FBI Ever Investigated CFR--And Served Five Years. After Gray's untimely departure, Clarence Kelley took control of the FBI on July 9, On the bottom of Gray's FBI file copy of that 1973. Kelley appears to have immediately dropped letter was entered, 'None Dare Call It Conspiracy, ' the CFR investigation and to have commenced alleges control of the U.S. by the Council on instead to deny that any investigation had ever Foreign Relations . ... " 33 And in a "SECRET" transpired in the first place. He would enjoy serving April 19, 1973 correspondence to Gray from the as Director of the FBI for some five years, until Senior Agent in Charge of the Oklahoma City FBI, February 23, 1978. that FBI office excitedly reported: Kelley appears to not only have dropped this FBI investigation of the CFR, but to have regularly The endorsements of the following promoted the now standard gag-line that there never individuals appear on the back cover of the an FBI investigation of the CFR in the first had been [None Dare Call It Conspiracy] book: place; despite FBI documents previously quoted 1) EZRA TAFT BENSON, former revealing that the FBI was "actively investigating" Secretary of Agriculture [and Mormon the CFR under Hoover (and Gray). church President]; Kelley's March 15, 1974 reply to an inquiry by 2) DAN SMOOT, former Assistant to Senator Vance Hartke (O-IN) about the CFR was J. Edgar Hoover; of many typically terse and contradictory--typical 3) NORMAN DODD, Chief responses inquiring citizens and officials would soon receive. It reads: 32 See Appendix V Ie

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WARNING! FBI Director William H. Webster (a CFR member) Continued the Cover Up. William H. Webster assumed Directorship of the FBI on February 23, 1978. On November 24, 1980 a buddy of Webster penned a chummy "DearBill" letter to him. The letter included several personal exchanges such as, "Please let me know when you decide to run for President. I will be a very active and vocal supporter, " etc. In addition, the anonymous friend (identity deleted by FBI censor) told FBI Director "Bill" Webster how during a recent dinner engagement, attendees had expressed deep concern over the CFR conspiracy; prompting the letter writer to ask for Webster's opinion on the matter. 38 Webster replied on December 23, 1980. After exchanging pleasantries and warmly stating, "Your kind remarks mean a great deal to me," he coldly dictated, " .. .The Council on Foreign Relations is ofno investigative interest to the FBI." 39 Of special note here is the fact that Webster is a veteran CFR member! 1980-Present: The Official Cover Up Continues. According to the FBI, no more factual information on the CFR, not even citizen's inquiries, have been recorded since 1980--since Webster issued the above letter of disclaimer! This of itself bespeaks a cover up, for although it can be argued that perhaps the FBI has not gathered information on the CFR since 1980, it is preposterous to claim that citizens and concerned officials have ceased registering concerns with the FBI, as the record shows transpired regularly up to 1980. Especially considering the CFR's recent high-profile activities and the citizemy's raised awareness of the same! Another set of facts which debunk the party line that the FBI has no investigative interest in the CFR can be seen in the following tabulation of reasons cited by the FBI and CIA for withholding so much information from Sunset Research Group when we requested the FBI's files on the CFR. Within the 336 pages released to us, some 263 instances of censoring were evidenced; with some of those censorings being virtual blackouts of entire pages. Reasons cited for these censorings included:

With regard to the Council on Foreign Relations, the FBI has never investigated this organization.3S Director Kelley's convoluted denial to Senator Hartke was in direct contradiction to the FBI's own evidence; evidence such as the FBI's previously quoted "Confidential" messages detailing investigations of the CFR; including the FBI's February 10, 1972 message which revealed that Hoover had in fact launched an investigation of the CFRjust before being found dead. An investigation which was so well established that (according to the February 10, 1972 document) the White House and State Department were even notified that the New York FBI office: ... Is actively investigating [the CFR] and will immediately appraise the Bureau of all developments. CONFIDENTIAL.36 Under Kelley, more gag orders followed, and three more pages of FBI information gathered in 1974 remain deleted to this day by Presidential order, to remain "secret in the interest of national defense." Another 1974 document appears to be an internal FBI briefing sheet on the CFR. Marked "SECRET," much of that document is also censored, "in the interest ofNational defense. " During the next several years the new FBI appears to have worked hard to convince the public that the CFR was harmless and that no investigation had ever transpired. Several released documents display this new spin. For instance, in April 18, 1979, Deputy Assistant Director Francis X. O'Brien replied to a citizen concerned with the CFR that: Although this Bureau has received other letters such as yours concerning the possibility of the FBI investigating the Council on Foreign Relations, we have found no basis for conducting an investigation into this organization.37 But even while maintaining that official fable, the record shows that the FBI forwarded a copy of the concerned citizen's letter to the CIA!

Eleven excisions as, "specifically authorized under ••• Executive (Presidential) order to be kept secret in the interest of national defense • • • and are in fact properly classified pursuant to such Executive order" (USC Title 5, Sec. 552 bI) Seventeen excisions at the discretion of FBI

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In addition to the above documents which were partially censored, the FBI withheld thirty-five pages from us in their entirety, sending blank pages instead which stated only the reason that the originals were being withheld in their entirety. Sometimes, pages were even withheld for more than one serious reason. These reasons included: Denials of 12 pages as, "specifically authorized under • . • Executive (Presidential) order to be kept secret in the interest of national defens~ . . • and are in fact pr~perly classified pursuant to such Executive order" (USC Title 5, Sec. 552 bl) Five of the above pages were also annotated as deleted, "per CIA;" and being withheld as, "Specifically exempted from disclosure by statute • • • such statute requires that the matters be withheld from the public in such a manner as to leave no discretion on the issue. • •. to protect from disclosure intelligence sources and methods . . • in accord with the National Security Act and the CIA Act. . • •" (USC 552 (b3] & fBI letter of 6-17-91). Nineteen pages were deleted in their entirety at the arbitrary discretion of the FBI censor (USC Title 5, Sec. 552 b2). Nineteen pages were deleted in their entirety as material was, "compiled for law enforcement purposes • • • production of such law enforcement records • . • could reasonably be expected to disclose the identity of a confidential source, including an • . • agency or authority or any private institution which furnished information on a confidential basis • • . or by an agency conducting a lawful national security intelligence investigation •••• " (USC Title 5, Sec. 552 b7D).

Summary & Conclusion The facts indicate that the FBI and CIA both have had, and continue to have, a serious investigative interest in the CFR, but that possibly due to political and other dangers, that such investigations are now not only dormant, but are being denied altogether. If it were true that the FBI has had no investigative interest in the CFR, then questions may rightly be asked as to why the FBI has hundreds of pages of investigative materials on the CFR? Other valid questions include why so many of those pages continue to remain censored and withheld for reasons ranging from Presidential order to be kept Secret in the interest of national defense, to CIA prerogative, to law enforcement concerns, to national defense investigation considerations? Although the government has failed to answer many of these important questions, a number of organizations and individuals have attempted to do so. Following is a list of some of their pUblications: Allen. Gary and Larry Abraham. None Dare Call it Conspiracy (Double A Publications: Seattle. Washington. 1983). Drummey. James J .• The Establishment's Man (Western Island Publishers: Appleton. Wisconsin. 1991). Epperson. Ralph A ... The Unseen Hand (Publius Press: Tucson. Arizona, 1985). Jasper. William F.. Global Tyranny . . . Step By Step (Western Islands Publishers~ Appleton Wisconsin, 1992). Kah, Gary H.. Enroute to Global Occupation (Huntington House Publishers: Lafayette. Louisiana. 1992). Lee, Robert W.. The United Nations Conspiracy (Western Islands Publishers: Belmont Massachusetts. 1981). Perl off. James. The Shadows of Power: The Council on Foreign Relations and the American Decline (Western Islands Publishers: Appleton Wisconsin, 1990). Robertson. Pat. The New World Order (Word Publishing. Dallas. Texas. 1991). Skousen, W. Cleon, The Naked Capitalist (The Reviewer, Salt Lake City. Utah. 1970). Stormer. John A .• None Dare Call It Treason ... 25 YelUS Later (Liberty Bell Press; Aorissant. Missouri, 1992). Sutton. Antony C.. Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler ('76 Press: Seal Beach. California. 1976) Wilson. Ann. Bill Clinton, Friend or Foe? (J. Wilson Publishing Co.: St. Clair. Missouri. 1993).

Clearly, many questions related to the C~ still remain unanswered. And to concerned Amencans, those unanswered questions serve as profound WARNING!

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SocIety. sald the people of this Troudeau Imposed the War Wirtz. Postmaster General WID• " country wlll call for such a Measures Act because of threats 'ton Blount, fonner Sec. of De.1, • move ~ct t~" ~.tr~:'Y "ill be by the French separaUsts fense Jlobert M~~amara and taken over without & shot being "Yet those pcoJilc (~pCil'a- Cb~r1es HUeh, president of the . fired. .1 , tlsts) were out of jail a few dayslumversily of CaUfornla. . .elln the 'spring of ,1972." he Jater and the poUce state .The list also Included Presl, told students in the ituden\ cen- sures are sUlI in effect •• 1\ dent Richard Nixon. Students' . let patio. "rloUng wlU statL was just a pretense," he said. applauded as Gumaer &arged. es~onlaneously' on the campuses The CFR is involved in Ca- the President with being an ac-, ' aIid jn the ghettoes. nada as It is in the affairs of 1he tlve member of the CFR untU ., ,"Communications wiD be cut Soviet Union.· ,1962. He is still controlled by the orf a:l~ t':c :;!:c!; =~·~t will go With· headquarters In New CFR, G~er claimed, and 100 ~ broke. ', York City, Gumaer said major members of his adminlstration ./ ,"And then the people ,,111 call Soviet programs are ,cleared 'are erR members. for 'law and order in the streets' first through the CFR, across The speaker also blamed Vice d marshal law will be de- the street from the Russian Em- President Spiro Agnew for maleCJ3:'Cc!' • • • ~:ad 'iii:. \.;l: :lave albassy, before Implementation. Ing 1he naUon choose up sides dictalor&hip.tt He drew a picture for the stu- part of the confrontation plan. · . Ruling this country will be aldel!ts of nea.r-control of the The ultimate aim of the CFR. , group of 1,~ elite called the Umted Slates at the present he said, is to have a one-govern- i ~unci1 of Foreign Relations tlme., " ' , ment, soclalistic worlet with tbe i ~e-tm;trumacl' C:~l1ne • With 'top news executives m1,450 members of the CFR JD . ~ses his theory, which he th~ organizaUon,' the people of control and reaping the profits. . Snsists is fact, on Investigations this country ·'are told only What Leaving home in New York at! of the CFR by another former the CFR wants them to know." 18, Gumaer joined Fidel Castro FBI agent, Dan Smoot, and his The CFR also Is in control of guerillas in 1957. He was a beat- -. undercover work in various left- the ''n~win war in Vietnam" nik and marxist In Greenwich J wing student racOon groups dur- an~ the Paris Peace .Talks Vlllage and participated in van- • jng the earner half of this dec- which are just a charade to OUS left-wing radical group con&de. . , m&!te people here despair, he ferences, be said. , ' Currently be Is making a tour claimed. ', • He says he saw what these J of campuses across the nation "w~o don't let our men go In people are reaDy doing and dis-' In hopes of persuading students ~n~ wm the war," Gumaer said. covered it was n~ !l humanlta- , , IIOt to become duped into the sln~ the generals In the CFR rian cause. ConUnumg to work IUPposed plot." ~ave more to gain by dragging with the radical groups, he beThe CF~ wants confrontation, It. on ••• and letting our men gan feeding Information 10 the r"\ be Aid, and Is using legitimate ~: '' ' . FBI. ".. .. !&sues like poverty and ecology Our men don't bomb Hai On quesUonlng from the stuto promote strife. "., rhong Harbor." he claimed ents, he said the FBI and some / ' ,But the Issues arc being ~cause It is full of our allies ections of the military are the 'wisled, he said, 10 that rea60ll shIPS along with the tanker nly groups Dot fully conIs leCL out. " , . from StaSldard OIL" :taminated by the powerful CFR. Q''-; "2: . 'J'hings are ~Udin, unUl 1972 Nelson Roeke£eJler, who owns Ev~~ the House Un-American / ' ~t:rf.~ 0 :' when 'the dIctatorship takes Standard, Is a member of the AcUVlt.ies Commlttee, DOW QJo< t-4 tJ ;. owr.. UjusL liko Hiller ••• wJth CFR, he charged. "called House Committee on In~~ IlD sbots being fired • •• on the After telling more about busl- ternal Security, is composed of > pretense of law and order." , ness betwe~ Amerlcan com- two CFR members DOW. 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Written by a former Intelligence officer, this heavily documented booklet reveals the SECRET which Bill and Hillary Clinton hope you will never know--the SECRET that they were aided in their climb to power by Marxists and that they are now staffing their administration with followers of that same misbegotten ideology. This booklet reveals how Bill lived with European Marxists and admits adopting their beliefs; how Hillary was trained by a veteran communist, and how the U.S. and USSR Communist Parties aided Bill's campaign. Also uncovered is the Clinton's association with the IPS group---a Marxist-terrorist organization whose followers have long under FBI investigation for murder, terrorism and espionage.

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Accounts of how Bill's closest friend and advisor (an IPS man) openly espouses Marxist doctrines and has bragged since 1980 of a plan to elect a President who would promote Socialism in America--a President like his best friend, Bill Clinton! Also exposed are the names (and rap sheets) of the multitudes of IPS members and activists, and outright Marxists, now being ushered into the highest echelons of the Clintonista regime-along with a peek at the menu of afflictions they plan to soon serve us. SECRET exposes this scandal with surgical precision and challenges readers to join in a coordinated and devastating plan of action which is already halting Bill and Hillary's ruinous agenda! 1 for $10; 3 for $20; 5-20 for $5 each; 21 -49 for $4 each; 50-249 for $3 each; 250-999 for $2 each; 1000+ for $1 each. nt.

BILL CLINTON

Unlike our other serious publications, THE BILL CLINTON JOKE BOOK is as whimsical & silly as, well, as the thought of Bill Clinton joining the Marines or being faithfull to Hillary and the Constitution! This timely collection of politically incorrect wisecracks and waggish quips aimed at our Fearless Leader withers poor 'Slick Willie' in a barrage of rapidfire repartee. With cartoons, breezy one-liners, reflective epigrams, good old fashioned American cynicism' and dead pan humor, we sizzle Comrade Bill and company while mercilessly lampooning their absurd policies, idiotic gaffes and bizarre idiosyncracies.

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THIS FOLDER CONTAINS SENSITIVE INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION

Of all the materials which have been written about the secretive and elitist group, The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), none have included incriminating information on that group which was gathered by U.S. government investigators-until now! WARNING! is just such a resource--finally breaking open and analyzing the FBPs files on the highly controversial CFR group. Unseen until now but by a handful of trusted agents, WARNING! now exposes and reprints these explosive files for the benefit ofthe general public.

Here at last is the untold story of the CFR being investigated by the FBI for Nazi espionage, communist association, and domestic subversion. But that story does not have a happy ending--here also are the frightening accounts of strange deaths and sudden firings of high government officials-osuch as JFK, J. Edgar Hoover, and Patrick Gray III--who dared oppose the CFR! This documentary of intrigue, subterfuge, power politics, scandal and cover up is more than just a thriller for adventurous readers; and more than a valued documentary for scholars. This booklet provides all Americans with a very timely WARNING!

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