Quigley and Clinton 
     JCT: Since we are studying Tragedy and Hope by Dr. Carroll 
Quigley, Bill Clinton's professor at Georgetown University in 
Washington D.C., I think this article might be of interest in giving 
our readers a true feel for his importance in the scheme of things. 
>Date: Thu Feb 18 07:17:57 1999
>From: APFN@netbox.com (American Patriot Friends Network)
>Subject: *****THE BIG CON OF 99*****
>Article II, Section 4 of the Constitution of the
>united States of America reads:
>STATES! And the reason I know that is because BILL CLINTON TOLD US 
>And to prove that, we must go back to 1992, and listen to the words 
>spoken by candidate Clinton at the Democrat National Convention. 
>"As a teenager, I heard John Kennedy's summons to citizenship. And
>then, as a student at Georgetown [University], I heard that call 
>clarified by a professor I had named Carroll Quigley."
>So Bill Clinton was telling the American people that these two men 
>were responsible for getting him involved in politics.
>It is certain that most Americans know that John Kennedy was 
>President from 1961 - 1963. But only a few know who Dr. Quigley was.
>It is known that Bill Clinton went to Georgetown between the years 
>of 1964 and 1968, when he graduated, and took many courses taught by 
>Prof. Quigley.
>In 1966, meaning sometime between Clinton's sophomore and junior 
>year at Georgetown, Dr. Quigley wrote a 1348 page book entitled 
>TRAGEDY AND HOPE (the book is still available and may be purchased 
>on AMAZON.COM) (and by the way, for the critics of what I am 
>writing, I do not work for Amazon.com, and therefore receive no 
>compensation for suggesting this online bookstore as a source for 
>the book should you wish to purchase a copy so that you can read 
>these things for yourself. I just wanted you to know where you could 
>purchase it) and it is in this book that Dr. Quigley wrote about the 
>existence of this "international network." (We know for certain that 
>young Clinton read the book, because it was required reading for one 
>of his courses.) 
     JCT: For those who have written to me requesting information on 
where to get the book, thanks to Ralph Epperson for this info. 
>This is what the Professor wrote on page 950 of his book:
>"There does exist, and has existed for a generation, an 
>international Anglophile network [meaning that the network is 
>basically controlled by Englishmen] which operates, to some extent, 
>in the way the radical Right believes the Communists act.
>In fact, this network, which we may identify as the Round Table 
>Groups [Dr. Quigley identifies these "Round Table Groups" as being 
>the major controlling power in England and America for the past 70 or
>80 years] has no aversion to cooperating with the Communists, or any 
>other group, and frequently does so."  
>But the most relevant thing that the Professor taught Bill Clinton 
>was this quote taken from page 73:
>"The business interests [meaning this "international network" 
>expected to control both political parties [in the United States] 
>equally. Some of them intended to contribute to both and allow an 
>alternation of the two parties in public office in order to conceal 
>their own influence, inhibit any exhibition of independence by 
>politicians, and allow the electorate to believe that they were 
>exercising their own free choice."  
     JCT: You'll notice that I've included this quote the analysis I 
just posted. 
>And to show you that President Clinton's mentor supported this
>"international network," he wrote these words also on page 950:
>"I have no aversion to it or to most of its aims and have, for much 
>of my life, been close to it or to many of its instru-ments."
>So the Professor agreed with the goals and methods of this conspiracy
>and he taught the President that the way to get into politics was to 
>follow their "yellow brick road" to the White House!
>These are some of the other things that the President learned in
>Professor Quigley's book:
>1.  The goal of this conspiracy: (from page 324 of TRAGEDY AND HOPE:
>". . . the powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching 
>aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control 
>in private hands able to dominate the political system in each 
>country and the economy of the world as a whole"  
>2.  This "network" financed both sides (meaning America and Germany)
>prior to and during World War II (from page 435 of TRAGEDY AND HOPE:
>[Adolf] "Hitler [the head of the German government, the government 
>that started World War II, prior to and during the war]... began to 
>receive his chief financial support from the industrialists."
>3. Dr. Quigley introduced Clinton to Cecil Rhodes, one of the members 
>of this "international network:" from pages 130-131 of TRAGEDY & 
>HOPE: "Rhodes left part of his great fortune to found the Rhodes 
>Scholarships at Oxford [University, London.]"
>It will be remembered that in 1968, after graduation from Georgetown,
>young Mr. Clinton went to Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship. And it was 
>here that he learned more about those that the Dr. had written about.
>On page 582 of Quigley's book, young Bill Clinton read:
>"The more moderate Round Table group [meaning a branch of the
>"international network,"] set up the Council on Foreign Relations in 
>New York."
>And Mr. Clinton joined the Council on Foreign Relations in 1988.
>So young Bill Clinton learned his lessons well from Dr. Quigley.
>And other Senators in both parties know that what the future 
>president learned is absolutely true!
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