Romos klubas

Romos klubas (angl. Club of Rome) yra pasaulinė Idėjų kalvė, sudaryta iš iškilių intelektualų bei sprendimus priimančių asmenų, tokių kaip Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Rafael Hernandez Colon. Šie ir kiti nariai reguliariai susitikdavo nuo 1968 metų aptarti tai, ką jie vadina „pasaulio problematika“. Klubą įkūrė Aurelio Peccei. Jo tikslas – spręsti aplinkosaugos problemas, skatinti darnų ekonomikos ir aplinkos vystymąsi.

Remiantis „Romos klubo“ manifestu, jų tikslas yra veikti kaip „pasauliniam pasikeitimų katalizatoriui, kuris yra visiškai nepriklausomas nuo politinių, ideologinių ar verslo interesų“.

Mitai apie Romos klubą


Nepaisant kilnių tikslų, daug konspiracijos teoretikų vis dar prisibijo klubo turimos galios. Kai kas netgi tiki, kad slaptas „Romos klubo“ tikslas yra „nugalėti“ JAV ir pertvarkyti pasaulį į 10 atskirų „karalysčių“.

Kas jį įkūrė?

Kodėl JAV klube dalyvauja, jei jo tikslas yra „nugalėti“ JAV?

Kodėl tik portugališkai ir ispaniškai kalbantys iškilūs intelektualai bei sprendimus priimantys asmenys nurodyti, ir tos nuorodos - į neegzistuojančius Wiki puslapius?

The Club of Rome was founded in April 1968 by Aurelio Peccei, an Italian industrialist, and Alexander King, a Scottish scientist. It was formed when a small international group of people from the fields of academia, civil society, diplomacy, and industry, met at a villa in Rome, hence the name.
Hasan Özbekhan, Erich Jantsch and Alexander Christakis were responsible for conceptualizing the original prospectus of the Club of Rome titled "The Predicament of Mankind".

Notable members

  • Bohdan Hawrylyshyn (born 1926, Ukraine) – Chairman International Management Institute – Kyiv (IMI-Kyiv), Honorary Council of Ukraine.
In his Plast uniform:

    Римский клуб в России

    В 1989 году в СССР была создана Ассоциация содействия Римскому клубу. После 1991 года она реформировалась в Российскую ассоциацию содействия Римскому клубу и действует под эгидой Фонда поддержки перспективных исследований.

    В разное время действительными членами клуба были академики РАН Д. М. Гвишиани,

    (Почётный гражданин и посол доброй воли города Хьюстон (Техас, США).

     Сын генерала НКВД М. М. Гвишиани (ум. 1966). Был женат на дочери А. Н. Косыгина Людмиле Алексеевне, дети Татьяна и Алексей.[1] Последний является известным учёным-геоинформатиком, академиком РАН и директором Геофизического центра РАН.)

    Е. К. Фёдоров, Е. М. Примаков, А. А. Логунов, В. А. Садовничий, писатель Ч. Т. Айтматов.

    Почётными членами являлись М. С. Горбачёв и Б. Е. Патон.

    До 2012 года Россию в Pимском клубе в качестве действительного члена представлял профессор С. П. Капица.[6]

    29-30 мая 2000 года впервые в России прошла конференция Римского клуба на тему «Устойчивое будущее России?!», организаторами которой стали Римский клуб – Европейский центр поддержки (Вена, Австрия), Институт Клауса Штайльманна (Бохум, Германия) и МГУ им. М. В. Ломоносова.


    Kam taip kuklintis?

    Dzhermen Mikhailovich Gvishiani was born on December 24, 1928, in Akhaltsikhe, South Georgia (Dzhermen - named after Dzerzhinsky and Menzhinsky).

    His father Mikhail Gvishiani was a Head of Far East NKVD.

    Mikhail Gvishiani was Head of Far East NKVD and the central Asian KGB.

    Deportation of the Chechens

    The three men who in 1944 ordered and oversaw the deportation of the entire Chechen nation were the ethnic Georgians highly positioned in Moscow: Colonel Mikhail Gvishiani of NKVD; chief of the Soviet secret police Lavrenti Beria; and Joseph Stalin.[1]

    ...был начальником личной охраны Берия, длительное время работал на Дальнем Востоке с Гоглидзе...

    In 1951 Dzhermen Mikhailovich Gvishiani graduated from the Moscow International Relations Institute.

    He was a Rector of Moscow Institute of Economics, Politics and Law, President of the Russian Association of the Club of Rome, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1970).


    made his son-in-law Djerman Gvishiani an academician, a member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Central Committee and Chairman of the State Committee for Economic Ties.


    In 1973 Djerman Gvishiani was Deputy chairman of of the Soviet Council of Ministers for Science and Technology.[1]
    Aurelio Peccei 

    had trained as an economist and was sent to China by Fiat in 1935. After the war, spent in the resistance and in prison, he returned to Fiat, first helping to get the group back on its feet and then, in 1949, as head of its Latin American operations. He quickly realized that it would make sense to start manufacturing locally and set up the Argentine subsidiary, Fiat-Concord. In 1957 he was delighted to be asked to create and run Italconsult (a para-public joint consultancy venture involving major Italian firms such as Fiat, Innocenti, Montecatini), seeing this as a way of helping to tackle the problems of the Third World which he had come to know first-hand. But Peccei was not content merely with the substantial achievements of Italconsult, or his responsibilities as President of Olivetti, and threw his energies into other organizations as well, including ADELA, an international consortium of bankers aimed at supporting industrialization in Latin America. He was asked to give the keynote speech in Spanish at the group’s first meeting in 1965, which is where the series of coincidences leading to the creation of the Club of Rome began.

    Peccei’s speech caught the attention of Dean Rusk

    then American Secretary of State, and he had it translated into English and distributed at various meetings in Washington. A Soviet representative at the annual meeting of ACAST (the U.N. Advisory Committee on Science and Technology), Jermen Gvishiani, read the speech and was so taken by it that he decided he should invite the author to come for private discussions, outside Moscow. Gvishiani therefore asked an American colleague on ACAST, Carroll Wilson, about Peccei. Wilson did not know Peccei, but he and Gvishiani both knew Alexander King
    by then head of the Scientific Affairs directorate of the OECD in Paris, so Wilson appealed to him for information.

    As it happened, King did not know Peccei, but he was equally impressed by the ADELA paper and tracked down its author via the Italian Embassy in Paris. King wrote to Peccei, passing on Gvishiani’s address and wish to invite him to the Soviet Union, but also congratulating him on his paper and suggesting that they might meet some time as they obviously shared similar concerns. 

    Taigi, nereikia kuklintis:

    I believe the two founders of the Club of Rome (Scotsman King and Italian Peccei) were introduced to each other by the son-in-law of Kosygin (the premier of the USSR 1964-1980), Jerman Gvishiani. The CoR’s commissioned book, “The Limits to Growth,” was presented in Moscow (and Rio–I don’t know why Rio) the year before publication. That fact is written in the book. 

    Some current members of the Club of Rome or its two siblings:

    Al Gore – former VP of the USA, leading climate change campaigner, Nobel Peace Prize winner, Academy Award winner, Emmy winner. Gore lead the US delegations to the Rio Earth Summit and Kyoto Climate Change conference. He chaired a meeting of the full Club of Rome held in Washington DC in 1997.

    Javier Solana – Secretary General of the Council of the European Union, High Representative for EU Foreign Policy.

    Maurice Strong – former Head of the UN Environment Programme, Chief Policy Advisor to Kofi Annan, Secretary General of the Rio Earth Summit, co-author (with Gorbachev) of the Earth Charter, co-author of the Kyoto Protocol, founder of the Earth Council, devout Baha’i.

    Mikhail Gorbachev – CoR executive member, former President of the Soviet Union, founder of Green Cross International and the Gorbachev Foundation, Nobel Peace Prize winner, co-founder (with Hidalgo) of the Club of Madrid, co-author (with Strong) of the Earth Charter.

    Diego Hidalgo – CoR executive member, co-founder (with Gorbachev) of the Club of Madrid, founder and President of the European Council on Foreign Relations in association with George Soros.

    Ervin Laszlo – founding member of the CoR, founder and President of the Club of Budapest, founder and Chairman of the World Wisdom Council.

    Anne Ehrlich – Population Biologist. Married to Paul Ehrlich with whom she has authored many books on human overpopulation. Also aformer director of Friends of the Earth and the Sierra Club, and a member of the UN’s Global Roll of Honor.

    Hassan bin Talal – President of the CoR, President of the Arab Thought Forum, founder of the World Future Council, recently named as the United Nations ‘Champion of the Earth‘.
    Sir Crispin Tickell – former British Permanent Representative to the United Nations and Permanent Representative on the Security Council, Chairman of the ‘Gaia Society’, Chairman of the Board of the Climate Institute, leading British climate change campaigner.

    Kofi Annan – former Secretary General of the United Nations. Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.

    Javier Perez de Cuellar – former Secretary General of the United Nations.

    Gro Harlem Bruntland – United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Change, former President of Norway

    Robert Muller – former Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations, founder and Chancellor of the UN University of Peace.

    The Dalai Lama – The ‘Spiritual Leader’ of Tibet. Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.

    Father Berry Thomas – Catholic Priest who is one of the leading proponents of deep ecology, ecospirituality and global consciousness. 

    David Rockefeller – CoR executive member, former Chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank, founder of the Trilateral Commission, executive member of the World Economic Forum, donated land on which the United Nations stands.

    Stephen Schneider – Stanford Professor of Biology and Global Change. Professor Schneider was among the earliest and most vocal proponents of man-made global warming and a lead author of many IPCC reports.

    Bill Clinton – former President of the United States, founder of the Clinton Global Iniative.

    Jimmy Carter – former President of the United States, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.

    Bill Gates – founder of Microsoft, philanthropist

    Garret Hardin – Professor of Human Ecology. Originator of the ‘Global Commons‘ concept. Has authored many controversial papers on human overpopulation and eugenics.

    Other current influential members:
    (these can be found on the membership lists of the COR (
    here, here, and here), Club of Budapest, Club of Madrid and/or CoR National Association membership pages)

    Ted Turner – media mogul, philanthropist, founder of CNN
    George Soros – multibillionare, major donor to the UN
    Tony Blair – former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
    Deepak Chopra – New Age Guru
    Desmond Tutu – South African Bishop and activist, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
    Timothy Wirth – President of the United Nations Foundation
    Henry Kissinger – former US Secretary of State
    George Matthews – Chairman of the Gorbachev Foundation
    Harlan Cleveland – former Assistant US Secretary of State and NATO Ambassador
    Barbara Marx Hubbard – President of the Foundation for Conscious Evolution
    Betty Williams – Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
    Marianne Williamson – New Age ‘Spiritual Activist’
    Robert Thurman – assistant to the Dalai Lama
    Jane Goodall – Primatologist and Evolutionary Biologist
    Juan Carlos I – King of Spain
    Prince Philippe of Belgium
    Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands
    Dona Sophia – Queen of Spain
    José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero – current Prime Minister of Spain
    Karan Singh – Former Cabinet Member of India, Chairman of the Temple of Understanding, Ambassador to U.S.
    Daisaku Ikeda – founder of the Soka Gakkai cult
    Martin Lees – CoR Secretary General, Rector of the UN University of Peace
    Ernesto Zedillo – Director of The Yale Center for the Study of Globalization
    Frithjof Finkbeiner – Coordinator of the Global Marshall Plan
    Franz Josef Radermacher – Founder of the Global Marshall Plan
    Eduard Shevardnadze – former Soviet foreign minister and President of Georgia
    Richard von Weizsacker – former President of Germany
    Carl Bildt – former President of Sweden
    Kim Campbell – former Prime Minister of Canada and Senior Fellow of the Gorbachev Foundation
    Vincente Fox – former President of Mexico
    Helmut Kohl – former Chancellor of Germany
    Romano Prodi – former Prime Minister of Italy and President of the European Commission
    Vaclav Havel – former President of the Czech Republic
    Hans Kung – Founder of the Global Ethic Foundation
    Ruud Lubbers – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
    Mary Robinson – United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
    Jerome Binde – Director of Foresight, UNESCO
    Koïchiro Matsuura – Current Director General of UNESCO
    Federico Mayor – Former Director General of UNESCO
    Tapio Kanninen – Director of Policy and Planning, United Nations
    Konrad Osterwalder – Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations
    Peter Johnston – Director General of European Commission
    Jacques Delors – Former President of the European Commission
    Domingo Jimenez-Beltran – Executive Director of the European Environment Agency
    Thomas Homer-Dixon – Director of Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Toronto
    Hazel Henderson – Futurist and ‘evoluntionary economist’
    Emeka Anyaoku – former Commonwealth Secretary General, current President of the World Wildlife Fund
    Wangari Maathai – Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, founder of the Green Belt Movement
    and many more….

    In 1976, the United States Association of the Club of Rome (USACOR) was formed for thepurpose of shutting down the U.S. economy gradually.

    Šaunuoliai, gerai sekasi

    The Club of Rome is a conspiratorial umbrella organization, a marriagebetween Anglo-American financiers and the old Black Nobility families of Europe, particularly the so-called "nobility" of London, Venice and Genoa

    The key to the successful control of the world is their ability to create and manage savage economic recessions and eventual depressions. 

    The Committee of 300 looks to social convulsions on a global scale, followed by depressions, as a softening-up technique for bigger things to come, as its principal method of creating masses of people all over the world who will become its "welfare" recipients of the future.
    The committee appears to base much of its important decisions affecting mankind on the philosophy of Polish aristocrat, Felix Dzerzinski, who regarded mankind as being slightly above the level of cattle.  

    The Club of Rome was created in 1968 by the Morgenthau Group, its original purpose was to create a New World Order by the year 2000. The Club of Rome has an hidden agenda to divide the entire world into ten regions or kingdoms.

    In April, 1968, the Club of Rome was founded by members of the original Morgenthau group during a meeting at Rockefeller's private house in Bellagio, Italy. The meeting was organized by Aurelio Peccei, an Italian industrialist who had close relations to the Olivetti Corporation and Fiat. He claimed to have solutions for world peace and prosperity, which could be accomplished through a New World Order. 
     Do you see No 5?

    And many more...

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