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Posted: Monday, May 20, 2002 10:00 pm

Both its history and its current activity demonstrate that the Council on Foreign Relations is dedicated to the submergence of our nation in the world government run by the United Nations.

Yet the little-known, New York-based private organization confirms that 503 of its approximately 4,000 members are "government officials" of the United States. These include the vice president, secretary of state, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, national security adviser and numerous members of Congress, Supreme Court justices, heads of our military and other top appointees.

The cover of the CFR's 2001 Annual Report shows photos of only three people: President George Bush, Chinese dictator Jiang Zemin - who spoke at the council's headquarters in September - and U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, a regular visitor to the council.

All three are CFR favorites precisely because all three are pushing the world into the grasp of the U.N., where totalitarian control over mankind will be administered as it is being administered in China.

Americans must become aware of this sell-out before it's too late to extricate our nation from the United Nations.

Aileen Boyce Lodi

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