Tavistock Institutions in The United States

Dr. John Coleman


Conspirators’ Hierarchy – The Story of the
Committee of 300



    Gets contracts from the National Institute of Health.




    Gets contracts from the U.S. Navy, analyzes data from satellites.




    Does work in the field of pollution control.




    Part of approximately 350 firms who
    conduct research and conduct surveys, make recommendations to
    government. They are part of what President Eisenhower called “a
    danger to public policy that could itself become captive of a
    scientific-technological elite.”



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    Dedicates its work to what it calls a “national agenda.” Wrote
    President Hoover’s program, President Roosevelt’s “New Deal,” the
    Kennedy Administration’s “New Frontiers” program (deviation from it
    cost John F. Kennedy his life), and President Johnson’s “Great
    Society.” Brookings has been telling the United States Government
    how to conduct its affairs for the past 70 years and is still doing
    so on behalf of

    the Committee of 300




    Under the direction of
    Herman Khan, this institution has done more to shape the way
    Americans react to political and social events, think, vote and
    generally conduct themselves than perhaps any except the BIG
    FIVE. Hudson specializes in defense policy research and
    relations with the USSR. Most of its military work is classified as
    SECRET. (One idea during the Vietnam War was to build a moat around
    Saigon.) Some of its earlier papers were entitled “Stability and
    Tranquility Among Older Nations,” and “Analytical Summary of U.S.
    National Security Policy Issues.”

    Hudson prides itself on its diversity; it helped NASA with its space
    programs and helped to promote new youth fashions and ideas, youth
    rebellion and alienation for the Committee of 300, ostensibly funded
    by Coca Cola. Hudson may be quite properly classified as one of the
    Committee of 300’s BRAIN-WASHING establishments. Some of its nuclear
    war scenarios make for very interesting reading and, if they can be
    obtained, I would recommend “The 6 Basic Thermonuclear Threats” and
    “Possible Outcomes of Thermonuclear War” and one of its more
    frightening papers entitled “Israeli-Arab Nuclear War.”

    Hudson also does corporate advising for
    Committee of 300 companies,
    Rank, Xerox, General Electric, IBM and General Motors, to name but a
    few of them, but its really big client remains the U. S. Department
    of Defense which includes matters of civil defense, national
    security, military policy and arms control. To date it has not got
    into “wet NASA,” that is to say, the National Oceanographic Agency.




    NTL is also known as the International Institute for Applied
    Behavioral Sciences. This institute is definitely a brainwashing
    center based on Kurt Lewin principles which include so-called
    T-Groups (training groups), artificial stress training whereby
    participants suddenly find themselves immersed in defending
    themselves against vicious accusations. NTL takes in the National
    Education Association, the largest teacher-group in the United

    While officially decrying “racism,” it is interesting to note that
    NTL, working with NEA, produced a paper proposing education vouchers
    which would separate the hard-to-teach children from the brighter
    ones, and funding would be allocated according to the number of
    difficult children who would be separated from those who progressed
    at a normal rate. The proposal was not taken up.





    Founded by Eric Trist, one of the “brain trusts” of
    Wharton has become one of the more important Tavistock institutions
    in the U.S. in so far as “Behavioral Research” is concerned. Wharton
    attracts clients such as the U.S. Department of Labor—which it
    teaches how to produce “cooked” statistics at the Wharton
    Econometric Forecasting Associates Incorporated. This method is
    very much in demand as we come to the close of 1991 with millions
    more out of work than is reflected in USDL statistics.

    Wharton’s ECONOMETRIC MODELING is used by every major

    Committee of 300

    company in the United States, Western Europe and by the

    International Monetary Fund
    , the

    United Nations
    and the

    World Bank
    Wharton has produced such note-worthy persons as George Schultz and
    Alan Greenspan.




    This is the institute set up by “brain trusters” from
    Rensis Likert, Dorwin Cartwright and Ronald Lippert. Among its
    studies are:

    • “The Human Meaning of Social Change”

    • “Youth in

    • “How Americans View Their Mental Health”

    Among the
    institute’s clients are

    • The Ford Foundation

    • U.S. Department of Defense

    • U.S. Postal Service and the U.S.Department of Justice



    This is not a typical Tavistock institution in that it is funded by
    the Ford Foundation, yet it draws its long-range forecasting
    methodology from the mother of all think tanks. Institute for the
    Future projects what it believes to be changes that will be taking
    place in time frames of fifty years. The institute is supposed to be
    able to forecast socioeconomic trends and to blow the whistle on any
    departures from what it has laid down as normal.

    Institute for the Future believes it is possible and normal to
    intervene now and give decisions for the future. So-called “Delphi
    ” decide what is normal and what is not, and prepare position
    papers to “steer” government in the right direction to head off such
    groups as “people creating civil disorder.”


    (This could be patriotic
    groups demanding abolition of graduated taxes, or demanding that
    their right to bear arms is not infringed.)

    The institute recommends actions such as liberalizing
    laws, drug usage and that cars entering an urban area pay tolls,
    teaching birth control in public schools, requiring registration of
    firearms, making the use of drugs a non-criminal offense, legalizing
    homosexuality, paying students for scholastic achievements, making
    zoning controls a preserve of the state, offering bonuses for family
    planning and last, but by no means least, a Pol Pot Cambodia-style
    proposal that new communities be established in rural areas. As
    will be observed, many of the Institute for the Future’s goals have
    already been more than fully realized.




    One of the “Big Three,” IPS has shaped and reshaped United
    States policies, foreign and domestic, since it was founded by
    James P. Warburg and the Rothschild entities in the United States,
    bolstered by Bertrand Russell and the British Socialists through
    its networks in America which include the League for Industrial
    democracy in which Leonard Woodcock played a leading, if
    behind-the-scenes role. Local lead players in the League for
    Industrial Democracy included “conservative” Jeane Kirkpatrick,
    Irwin Suall (of the ADL), Eugene Rostow (Arms Control negotiator),
    Lane Kirkland (Labor leader), and Albert Shanker.

    For record purposes only, IPS was incorporated in 1963 by
    Marcus Raskin and Richard Barnett, both highly-trained Tavistock Institute
    graduates. Most of the funding came from Rothschild associates in
    America like the James Warburg Family, the Stern Family Foundation
    and the Samuel Rubin Foundation. Samuel Rubin was a registered
    member of the Communist Party who stole the Faberge name (Faberge
    was “Jeweler of the Imperial Russian Court”) and made a fortune out
    of the Faberge name.

    The objectives of IPS came from an agenda laid down for it by the
    Round Table
    , which agenda in turn came from
    Institute, one of the most notable being to create the “New Left” as
    a grass roots movement in the U.S. IPS was to engender strife and
    unrest and spread chaos like a wildfire out of control, proliferate
    the “ideals” of left wing nihilistic socialism, support unrestricted
    use of drugs of all types, and be the “big stick” with which to beat
    the United States political establishment.

    Barnett and Raskin controlled such diverse elements as,

    • the Black

    • Daniel Ellsberg

    • National Security Council staff member Halperin

    • The Weathermen Underground

    • the Venceramos

    • the
      campaign staff of candidate George McGovern

    No scheme was too big
    for IPS and its controllers to take on and manage.

    Take the plot to “kidnap” Kissinger, which was in the hands
    of Eqbal Ahmed, a British MI-6 intelligence agent of Pakistani
    origin, laundered through “TROTS” (Trotskyite terrorists based
    in London). The “plot” was “discovered” by the FBI so that it could not go too far. Ahmed went on to become the director of
    one of IPS’s most influential agencies, The Transnational Institute which, chameleon-like, changed from its former name,
    Institute of Race Relations, when intelligence agents of BOSS
    (Bureau of State Security) in South Africa unmasked the fact
    that it was tied directly to Rhodes Scholarship-Harry Oppenheimer
    and Anglo-American-British mining interests in South Africa. BOSS
    also discredited the South Africa Foundation at the same time.

    Through its many powerful lobbying groups on Capitol Hill, IPS
    relentlessly used its “big stick” to beat Congress. IPS has a
    network of lobbyists, all supposedly operating independently but in
    actual fact acting cohesively, so that Congressmen are pummeled from
    all sides by seemingly different and varied lobbyists. In this way,
    IPS was, and is still, able to successfully sway individual
    Representatives and Senators to vote for “the trend, the way things
    are going.” By using key point men on Capitol Hill, IPS was able to
    break into the very infrastructure of our legislative system and the
    way it works.

    To give only a single concrete example of what I am talking about:
    in 1975, an IPS point man persuaded representative John Conyers
    (D-Michigan) and forty-seven members of the House to request IPS to
    prepare a budget study that would oppose the budget being prepared
    by President Gerald Ford. Although not adopted, the request was
    reinstated in 1976, 1977, and 1978 gathering sponsors as it went.

    Then in 1978, fifty-six Congressmen signed their names to sponsor an
    IPS budget study. This was prepared by Marcus Raskin. Raskin’s
    budget called for a fifty percent cut in the Defense Budget, a
    socialist housing program “that would compete with and steadily
    replace private housing and mortgage markets,” a national health
    service, “radical changes in the educational system that would
    disrupt capitalist control over the distribution of knowledge,” and
    several other radical ideas.

    The influence of IPS on Arms Control negotiations was a
    major factor in getting Nixon to sign the treasonous ABM Treaty in
    1972, which left the United States virtually defenseless against ICBM attack for almost 10 years. IPS became, and
    remains to this day one of the most prestigious “think tanks”
    controlling foreign policy decisions, which we, the people, foolishly believe are those of our law makers.

    By sponsoring militant activism
    at home and with links to revolutionaries abroad, by engineering
    such victories as “The Pentagon Papers,” besieging the
    corporate structure, bridging the credibility gap between
    underground movements and acceptable
    political activism, by penetrating religious organizations and using
    them to sow discord in America, such as radical racial politics
    under the guise of religion, using the establishment media
    to spread IPS ideas, and then supporting them, IPS has lived up to
    the role which it was founded to play.




    Jesse Hobson
    , the first president of
    Stanford Research
    in a 1952 speech made it clear what lines the institute was to


    Stanford can be described as one of the “jewels” in Tavistock’s Crown in its rule over the United States. Founded in
    1946 immediately after the close of WW II, it was presided over
    by Charles A. Anderson, with emphasis on mind control re-search
    and “future sciences.” Included under the Stanford umbrella was
    Charles F. Kettering Foundation which developed the “Changing
    Images of Man” upon which the Aquarian Conspiracy rests.

    Some of Stanford’s major clients and contracts were at first
    centered around the defense establishment but, as Stanford grew, so
    did the diversity of its services:

    • Applications of Behavioral Sciences to Research

    • Management

    • Office of Science and Technology

    • SRI Business Intelligence Program

    • U.S. Department of Defense Directorate of Defense

    • Research and Engineering

    • U.S. Department of Defense Office of Aerospace Research

    Among corporations seeking Stanford’s services were

    • Wells
      Fargo Bank

    • Bechtel Corporation

    • Hewlett Packard

    • Bank of

    • McDonnell-Douglas Corporation

    • Blyth

    • Eastman

    • TRW Company

    One of Stanford’s more secret projects was
    extensive work on chemical and bacteriological warfare (CAB)

    Stanford Research is plugged into at least 200 smaller “think tanks”
    doing research into every facet of life in America. This is known as
    ARPA networking and represents the emergence of probably the most
    far-reaching effort to control the environment of every individual
    in the country. At present Stanford’s computers are linked with 2500
    “sister” research consoles which include the Central
    Intelligence Agency (CIA), Bell Telephone Laboratories, U.S.
    Army Intelligence, the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI),
    RANI, MIT,
    Harvard and UCLA. Stanford plays a key role in that it is the
    “library,” cataloging all ARPA documentation.

    “Other agencies”—and one can use one’s imagination here, are allowed
    to search through SRI’s “library” for key words, phrases, look
    through sources and update their own master files with those of
    Stanford Research Center. The Pentagon, for instance, uses SRI’s
    “master files” extensively, and there is little doubt that other
    U.S. Government agencies do the same. Pentagon “command and control”
    problems are worked out by Stanford.

    While ostensibly these apply only to weapons and soldiers, there is
    absolutely no guarantee that the same research could not, and will
    not, be turned to civilian applications. Stanford is known to be
    willing to do anything for anyone, and it is my belief that if ever
    SRI were to be fully exposed, the hostility which would arise from
    revelations as to what it actually does would most probably force
    SRI to close.




    This major institute is not generally recognized as being a part of
    Tavistock U.S.A. Most people look upon it as a purely American
    institution, but that is far from being the case. MIT-Alfred Sloan
    can be roughly divided into the following groups:

    • Contemporary Technology

    • Industrial Relations

    • Lewin Group Psychology

    • NASA-ERC Computer Research

    • Office of Naval Research
      Group, Psychology

    • Systems Dynamics.

    Forrestor and Meadows wrote

    Club of Rome’s “Limits of Growth” zero growth study


    Some of MIT’s clients include the following:

    • American Management

    • American Red Cross

    • Committee for Economic

    • GTE

    • Institute for Defense
      Analysis (IDA)

    • NASA

    • National Academy of Sciences

    • National Council of Churches

    • Sylvania

    • TRW

    • U.S. Army

    • U.S. Department of State

    • U.S. Navy

    • U.S. Treasury

    • Volkswagen Company

    So vast is the reach of IDA that it would take hundreds of pages to
    describe the activities in which it is engaged, and IDA is fully
    described in my book on the role played by Institutions and
    Foundations in committing treason against the United States of
    America, which will be published early in 1992.




    Without a doubt, RAND is THE think tank most beholden to
    and certainly the RIIA’s most prestigious vehicle for
    control of United States policies at every level.

    Specific RAND policies that became operative include our ICBM
    program, prime analyses for U.S. foreign policy making, instigator
    of space programs, U.S. nuclear policies, corporate analyses,
    hundreds of projects for the military, the Central intelligence
    Agency (CIA) in relation to the use of mind altering drugs like
    peyote, LSD (the covert

    MK-Ultra operation
    which lasted for 20

    Some of RAND’s clients include the following:

    • American Telephone and
      Telegraph Company (AT&T)

    • Chase Manhattan Bank

    • International Business
      Machines (IBM)

    • National Science Foundation

    • Republican Party

    • TRW

    • U.S. Air Force

    • U.S. Department of Energy

    • U.S. Department of Health

    There are literally THOUSANDS of
    highly important companies,
    government institutions and organizations that make use of RAND’s
    services, and to list them all would be an impossible task. Among
    RAND’s “specialities” is a study group that predicts the timing and
    the direction of a thermonuclear war, plus working out the many
    scenarios based upon its findings.


    RAND was once accused of being
    commissioned by the USSR to work out terms of surrender of the
    United States Government, an accusation that went all the way to the
    United States Senate, where it was taken up by Senator Symington and
    subsequently fell victim to articles of scorn poured out by the
    establishment press. BRAIN WASHING remains the primary function of

To summarize, the major Tavistock institutions in the United States
engaged in brainwashing at all levels, including government, the
military, business, religious organizations and education are the

  • Brookings Institution

  • Hudson Institute

  • Institute for Policy

  • Massachusetts Institute
    of Technology

  • National Training

  • Rand Research and
    Development Corporation

  • Stanford Research

  • Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania

It is estimated by sources of mine that the total number of
people employed by these institutions is in the region of 50,000
with funding close to $10 billion dollars.

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