By Kent and Phoebe Courtney
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The membership of the Council on Foreign Relations is restricted to 700 resident members, those whose residence or place of business is within 50 miles of City Hall, New York City, and 700 non- resident members who reside or do business outside that 50-mile radius . For the purpose of this book, no differentiation will be made regarding "resident," or "non-resident" members, inasmuch as the two different designations relate to geography, and not to the influence or importance of the member . S .
NATO is interested in uniform Social Security for member countries . . Politically, NATO is the means by which the One World superstate is being "assembled" from above through the UN, and horizontally in NATO, SEATO, and the Organization of American States . And then Senator Jenner made the amazing statement that We cannot even find out what is going on . A five-year report on NATO was compiled in November, 1954 . When, a few days ago, I asked for later information, I was told it was classified .
Even though the Internationalists promote NATO as a "shield" against Communist aggression, those who drew up and signed the North Atlantic Treaty which established NATO did not actually intend NATO to be an effective counter-force to Soviet aggression, because the Preamble of the North Atlantic Treaty reads : The parties to this treaty reaffirm their faith in the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations . . Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty, in discussing action to be taken by members in the event of attack, states : Any such armed attack and all measures taken as a result thereof shall immediately be reported to the (UN) Security Council .