Society on Foreign Policy
This is what the Danish club for world-government looks like
The Danish branch of "Council on Foreign Relations", which was formed in 1919, is called "Det udenrigspolitiske Selskab". See especially "The Dodo" no. 5, "None dare call it conspiracy"(Danish version) for a more thorough explanation of CFR, the powerful "club" for the formation of a tyrannical world government and the corresponding international chain of similar societies.
CFR and the "independent" English "Royal Institute of international Affairs" (RIIA) was created during the Versailles peace negotiations as the conspiring "One World" fanatics answer to the refusal of the US to become a member of the League of Nations. They had to adapt themselves to a long-term, hard propaganda-job in all countries, but especially in the two world powers, from which the idea sprung, the United States and Great Britain. Even though many organisations work for the world government, such as "Never again war", from where "Mellemfolkeligt Samvirke" came and "One World", which is part the UN-league, "The Society on Foreign Policy" is probably the most powerful open organisation in Denmark.
Uffe Elleman-Jensen, who has been a member of the Bilderberg group since his time as minister of foreign affairs, has now also been the chairman of this society for a number of years. Another Bilderberg-member, who is in the hard core of this "world minister club", the bureau, which can be called the worlds highest (half open/half closed) planning organ for international politics, is the chief editor of the Danish ("Jewish") daily, Politiken, Toeger Seidenfaden. He is also a member of the Society of ForeignAffairs (see below). This has almost a hereditary right, because it was his father, Erik Seidenfaden, who started the society shortly after the War, together with one Per Gudme – on English inspiration
CFR has been called "the school for statesmen". The leaders of the West have almost all been through it. Presidents choose their top-people from the list of members. International top-positions are filled from it. Its magazines, in Denmark it is called Udenrigs (Foreign), are considered the to give the academic outline of the "correct opinion" about "national" foreign policy, which has to be followed, if one wants to make something of oneself, whether it is in politics, media or culture. To go against the agreements is equivalent to the death of one's career. If one is on the inside, one does as one is told, in return one has the possibility of getting the highest positions in the world. And there is "jobs on the side" for everyone – just look at the chairman of the society.
From the beginning the line has been leftist and promoting the world government. This is true in spite of the presentation in Udenrigs (f.ex. no 4, 1998):
"The society of foreign policy" is a non-profit, independent society, founded in October of 1946. The purpose of the society is to forward the knowledge of, and interest in foreign policy issues. The society does not commit itself to any political problem. Only the editorial office and writers are responsible for the opinions published. Any Danish citizen can become a member, if the membership is considered beneficial for the purpose of the society.
Foreigners with a special connection to Denmark can become associated members without a right to vote. Institutions and concerns can become collective members."
During the period when Joe McCarthy in the USA revealed the communist infiltration and the subversive activities in all of the American public life, Erik Seidenfaden, took a leading part in condemning "the communist scare" and "the witch hunt of McCarthyism". But the subversive activities in the US were real enough, the communist infiltration visible everywhere and during recent years it has been revealed, through declassified secret government documents, that McCarthy was absolutely right in his accusations.
Just one trivial example among many: 30.11.98 Aktuelt: Uffe Elleman-Jensen, who follows the globalisation-course of the society as Bilderberg member and the present chairman of the society, Klaus Carsten Pedersen, pressured prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen and the government to be more active in removing the Danish EU-reservations (exemptions), "Denmark's only foreign policy problem". Independent, non-profit? Sure, that is the usual lullaby.
The Society looks like this (by end 1998):
His Royal Highness Crown prince Frederik
Bodil Nyboe Andersen, executice director, National Bank of Denmark, Bilderberg
Arne Christiansen, prev. Minister, prev. Bilderberg
Uffe Ellemann-Jensen, chairman, prev. Foreign minister, Bilderberg
Troels Frøling, secretary general
Charlotte Fuglsang, consultant
Connie Hedegaard, journalist, (pt. Minister, june 2005)
Rikke Helms, leader of institute
Henrik Henriques, broker
Erik Hoffmeyer, Ph.D, (prev. Exec. Dir., National Bank of Denmark)
Kjeld Hillingsø, lieutenant general, prev. NATO-commander
Kristian Hvidt, konsulent, Ph.D. , historian
Peter Ilsøe, cand.polit
Anne E. Jensen, cand.polit., prev. Editor Danish daily, Berlingske Tidende
Bent Jensen, professor, Ph.D., historian, expert on Russia, Soviet
Anne Knudsen, chief editor, Ph.D.,
Steen Langebæk, lawyer
Ole Lippmann, director
Herbert Pundik, journalist, prev. Chief Editor, Da. daily, Politiken
Sten Rasborg, bank director
Tøger Seidenfaden, chief editor, Da. daily Politiken
Vibeke Sperling, journalist, (now, June 2005, Politiken. Not allowed to enter Russia)
Niels Thygesen, professor, dr.polit., (zealous EU-supporter and behind-the-scenes expert, ed. 2005)
Johan Wilhjelm, lawyer
Torben Krogh (responsible editor)
Bodil Nyboe Andersen
Svend Aage Christensen
Address, phone and fax etc.:
Det Udenrigspolitiske Selskab, Amaliegade 40A, 1256 København K
Phone: 33148886 fax 33148520
The magazine "Udenrigs" is published with funds from the library administrations pools and lotto funds in March, June, September and December. The society runs a library with subscriptions of 100 Danish and foreign magazines among other things. It is open to the public Monday through Friday from 12.00 – 16.00 or by appointment.
Read in "The Dodo" no. 5 about the "Society in the book(in Danish) "None dare call it conspiracy" by Gary Allen. (do not know, just now, where the original, in English, can be obtained. Search "Google"
The books "The shadows of Power" by James Perloff (1992 or later edition) and "Global Tyranny... Step by Step – The united Nations and the Emerging World Order" (1993 or later editions) by William Jasper, describe in even more detail the enormous power of the chain of societies, its deeds in the past and present and its insisting on being "independent". Can be purchased at "Western Islands, Post Office Box 8040, Appleton, Wisconsin 54913, USA" (John Birch Society publishing house).
Knud Bjeld Eriksen,
April 24th 1999.
A few additions June 2005