A 1973 Thames Television UK documentary on the Club of Rome’s The Limits to Growth explained that only through complete control of societies can catastrophe be avoided and that a coming revolution should be planned.
However, the models used to make those predictions were deeply flawed and based on pre-conceived outcomes rather than any solid data.
Alexander King was the President of the Club of Rome (1984–1990) and Dennis Meadows is an honorary member. See a list of past and present Club of Rome members HERE. According to former intelligence officer Dr. John Coleman, the Club of Rome is a servant body of the Committee of 300.
The Committee of 300, also known as The Olympians, goes back to the German politician Walter Rathenau (1870-1922), the Weimar Republic’s Foreign Minister in the early 1920s. He purportedly said: “There is a Committee of 300 men whose identity is known only to each other who rule the world”. In a 1909 article, “Geschäftlicher Nachwuchs”, in the Viennese Neue Freie Presse he wrote, “Three hundred men, all of whom know one another, direct the economic destiny of Europe and choose their successors from among themselves.”
In his 1991 book ‘The Conspirators’ Hierarchy: The Committee of 300’, Dr. Coleman describes King as “a favourite with the Committee of 300.” King and Strong are both named on Dr. Coleman’s list of past and present members of the Committee of 300 (see pg. 231 of The Conspirators’ Hierarchy).
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