Rhodes Scholars: Leaders Educated for the New World Order
By Carole Hornsby Haynes, Ph.D November 28, 2019
The 2020 American winners for the Rhodes Scholarship, the most prestigious of awards for American college graduates, will join winners from more than 60 countries to begin their studies at Oxford University in October 2020.
The scholarship fund was created by Cecil John Rhodes, a 19th century British imperialist who wanted the world to be consolidated under British rule. He was famous for his plan to build a railway across the entire continent of Africa that would be totally under British rule. Rhodes wanted to create an international movement for a New World Order under British rule.
"Why should we not form a secret society with but one object, the furtherance of the British Empire and the bringing of the whole world under British rule, for the recovery of the United States, for making the Anglo-Saxon race but one Empire?"
In 1891 the Secret Society was formally established and, in effect, was the birth of the New World Order cabal. Information about the organization is found in Robin Brown's "The Secret Society: Cecil John Rhodes’s Plan for a New World Order."
Rhodes mission was to use the vast fortune he had acquired to fund his secret society for the political purpose of buying governments, politicians and public opinion. His goal was to gain control the world secretly. The state would be controlled by a small ruling class who would impose their authority on the ruled inferiors. They, in turn, would be required to respond with absolute, unquestioning obedience.
The man who exposed the secret scheme was the highly esteemed professor of history at the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and lecturer at Princeton and Harvard, Carroll Quigley. Because exposure of the scheme would have destroyed his career by the Establishment, Quigley's 1949 book, "The Anglo-American Establishment", was not released until 1977, after his death.
To achieve his goal of world dominance by the elite, Rhodes would select and train world leaders. They would attend Oxford University where they would be indoctrinated in socialism and world government.
Rhodes scholars can be found in careers such as government positions, international banks, media, universities, the U.N., the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Supreme Court. This very short list of American Rhodes scholars is revealing from the standpoint of their careers and political philosophies. (For others, click Here and here)
U.S. Senator and 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Cory Booker, Indiana mayor and 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, U.S. Army General Wesley Clark, Democrat President Bill Clinton, Chairman of Senate Foreign Relations Committee William Fulbright, Superintendent of U.S. Military Academy and Chancellor of Texas A&M University System Howard D. Graves, Council on Foreign Affairs President Richard Haass, TV show host Rachel Maddow, U.S. National Security advisor Susan Rice, Supreme Court Justice David Souter, Democrat advisor and political commentator George Stephanopoulos, CIA director James Woolsey, Jr.
The liberal tilt of the Rhodes Trustees is evident in the press release:
“...a Rhodes Scholar should be committed to make a strong difference for good in the world, be concerned for the welfare of others, and be conscious of inequities.”
Changes to the original instructions by Cecil Rhodes have been made over the years. In 1976 women were allowed to apply for a scholarship. The 2020 class includes 21 women, the greatest number ever elected, bringing the total to 588 for women who have won the scholarship.
The press release by the Rhodes Trust notes that diversity is considered in the selection of winners. For the third consecutive year the majority of winners are minorities and almost half of the winners are first generation including one DACA recipient. Diversity now includes gender identify. “One is the first transgender woman elected to a Rhodes Scholarship; two other Scholars-elect are non-binary.”
Education is the vehicle that continues to shift America to the far left. The direction in the selection of Rhodes scholars and their education poses great concern about the leftward direction they will take the world as future leaders.