Still working on the Bilderberg-Arkansas connection
. Bilderberg James William Fulbright - Rhodes Scholar...
Winthrop Rockefeller - Bill "Clinton" Rockefeller - Rhodes Scholar - Both Gov. Arkansas
Bilderberg Brooks Hays - Friend of Al Gore Sr. who was a "friend" to Armand HammerThen there is another prominent ex- Arkansas Governor and "The Family" Sothern Baptist : Michael Dale "Mike" Huckabee
whose Lt. Gov was you guessed it: Winthrop Paul Rockefeller the "only child" of Winthrop Rockefeller, a former governor of Arkansas and an heir to the Rockefeller oil fortune. (he died of a rare disease recently} (not counting bastard children like Clinton) Winthrop Paul Rockefeller (September 17, 1948 – July 16, 2006) was a Republican politician who served as the 13th Lieutenant Governor of the U.S. state of Arkansas from 1996 until his death.The Crimes of Mena
Barry Seal — gunrunner, drug trafficker, and covert C.I.A. operative extraordinaire
The documents confirm that from 1981 to his brutal death in 1986, Barry Seal carried on one of the most lucrative, extensive, and brazen operations in the history of the international drug trade, and that he did it with the evident complicity, if not collusion, of elements of the United States government, apparently with the acquiescence of Ronald Reagan's administration, impunity from any subsequent exposure by George Bush's administration, and under the usually acute political nose of then Arkansas governor Bill Clinton http://www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net/encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx?entryID=1652James William Fulbright was and remains among the best-known Arkansans. As a Democratic U.S. senator,
he was a force for change. Like his Oxford tutor, R.B. McCallum, Bill Fulbright believed that a “Parliament of Man” was possible, that educated, enlightened human beings were able to recognize that their individual interests and were inextricably bound up with the well being of the community. The crux of that education was knowledge about and appreciation of other cultures. Tolerance, peaceful coexistence, respect for human rights, and collective security are Fulbright’s bequests to the nation and the world...Fulbright, J. Williamhttp://www.jwhfulbright.org/legacy/index.htmlWilliam Fulbright (1905-1995), born in Sumner, Missouri, was raised in Fayetteville, Arkansas and was educated at the University of Arkansas. He then attended Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar where he received a Master of Arts degree.http://www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net/encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx?entryID=122#
Rockefeller mounted a strong campaign against Faubus in 1964, but Arkansas stayed with the Democratic Party that year by a vote of fifty-six percent for Faubus. Rockefeller quickly announced that he would be a candidate again in 1966.The election of 1966 was a watershed in Arkansas political history, for it not only saw the election of the state’s first Republican governor since 1872
, as well as a Republican U. S. congressman in northwest Arkansas, but it was an election in which black voters cast the deciding vote. The segregationist wing of the state Democratic Party mustered a final victory by nominating former Supreme Court Justice James D. (Jim) Johnson, a protégé of segregationist presidential candidate and Alabama governor, George C. Wallace. While Rockefeller welcomed black votes, Johnson refused to shake hands with them. In the end, Rockefeller won with fifty-four percent of the voteFormer U.S. President William Jefferson Rockefeller
I--------------------------Hays, Brooks http://www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net/encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx?entryID=506
Lawrence Brooks Hays (1898–1981)
Lawrence Brooks Hays was a twentieth-century political, civic, and religious leader in Arkansas.
Hays accepted a series of presidential appointments, first to the board of the Tennessee Valley Authority
under Eisenhower, then as Undersecretary of State for Congressional Affairs and Special Assistant to presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson.
QuoteThe elder Gore made many a mark upon the American landscape in the course of his career; he was a kingpin in the establishment of the mighty Tennessee Valley Authority, or TVA
, effort to socialize electrical power and a sponsor of the $50 billion National Highway Defense Act of 1956, the largest public-works project ever undertaken. He initially acquired substantial wealth as Hammer's partner in the cattle business.Interesting Bilderberg - Gore connection with Brooks Hays:Baptist's in Soviet Russia? Come on!: Quote
Last year he made a brief non-political trip to Russia to communicate With Soviet Baptists.http://media.sbhla.org.s3.amazonaws.com/852,26-Apr-1959.pdfApril 26, 1959
For Hays' TVA Office
WASHINGTON--(BP)--Capitol Hill observers here predicted quick confirmation by the U. S. Senate of the nomination of Brooks Hays as a director of Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).
President Eisenhower announced he would nominate the former Arkansas Congressman, now serving as president of the Southern Baptist Convention, to fill an unexpired term running about one year. Hays would succeed Frank J. Helch of Lexington, Ky., who resigned before the end of his term. It was not known Whether Hays would seek reappointment to a full nine-year term on the TVA board in 1960.
In the position on the three-member TVA board, Hays office would be in Knoxville, Tenn. Since his Congressional term ended earlier this year, Hays has devoted his time to private law practice here, frequent lectures throughout the country, and his responsibilities as SEC president
He emphasized to his Baptist friends that the TVA appointment would not impair his service in Baptist office. His term as president of the Southern Baptist Convention expires May 22 and there will be very little overlapping of time between his TVA and Baptist offices even with fast Senate confirmation. During his 16 years of Congressional service, Hays was noted for his interest in the welfare of the nation that transcended his party (Democrat) allegiance.
The TVA director-nominate recently returned to the United States from a Visit to Latin-American nations where he toured Baptist mission points. Last year he made a brief non-political trip to Russia to communicate With Soviet Baptists.During the past year he has been active in helping Baptists of America seek ways they can work toward world peace. At his suggestion the Southern Baptist Convention last year named a Committee on World Peace
. The Committee, of which Hays is a member, will report May 22 to the 1959 session of the SBC at Louisville, Ky.Another member of the peace committee has been Sen. Albert Gore (D., Tenn.), who comes from the heart of the TVA region. Gore, also a Baptist, said of Hays' TVA nomination, "I believe he is a friend of the TVA concept. He is a man of ability and integrity.And the "WORLD PEACE COMMITTEE"http://media.sbhla.org.s3.amazonaws.com/754,24-Sep-1958.pdf
...september 24. 1958
CUTLINES: Baptist PressWORLD PEACE COMMITTEE
---These are the members of the Committee on World Peace of the Southern Baptist Convention
. Appointed at Houston during the 1958 session, the committee has the responsibility for finding ways in which Southern Baptists may help bring about world peace.
seated from left, A. C. Miller of Nashville, executive secretary, Christian Life Commission; Walter Pope Binns, chairman, president of William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo.; Convention President Brooks Hays, who called for appointment of a committee.
Standing from left, E. H. Westmoreland, Houston minister; Baker James Cauthen, executive secretary, Foreign Mission Board, Richmond; Porter Routh, Nashville, executive secretary, Executive Committee; Chester L. Quarles, Jackson, Miss., executive secretary, Mississippi Baptist Convention, and first Vice-president of the SEC.
They are standing beneath a portrait of the late Dr. George W. Truett, Dallas, former Convention president.
Members of the committee not present are Joe Culpepper, Kansas City, Mo., layman, and Sen. Albert Gore (D., Tenn.).--
Press Photo.Who was Brooks Hays? Bilderberer, 33 degree mason and organizer of "The Family" http://www.scribd.com/doc/10556257/Who-is-Billy-Graham
...33rd Degree Freemason Brook Hays
(who was a famous figure in the political history of the state of Arkansas) was the President of the Southern Baptist Convention in 1957. Billy Graham was an ally of Hays
. Hays once believe in a moderate poison in terms of solving civil rights issues. He was a Phi Beta Kappa. Brook Hays was in the bar (of law) in 1922. He practiced first at Russellville, and then at Little Rock, Arkansas. He co-sponsored the GI Bill of Rights
and was also the House sponsor for the International Exchange Program created by Senator J. William Fulbright [Bilderberg].
He also served as a delegate to the United Nations
and became a ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Hays help to desegregate the Southern Baptist Church. Hays was the first man of his denomination to met with the Pope.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brooks_Hays
1953, Hays sponsored House Resolution 60, to create within the Capitol building, “a place of retreat as an encouragement to prayer.” This followed a trend of religious legislation which had manifested the previous year in the establishment of the National Day of Prayer, and would continue in following years with the insertion of the words "under God" into the Pledge of Allegiance (1954), and the addition of “In God We Trust” to the national currency (1955).[
1953 also saw the inception of the Presidential Prayer Breakfast, later re-named the National Prayer Breakfast, an event sponsored by International Christian Leadership, also known as The Family (Christian political organization). Hays
, whom the Washington Post’s Drew Pearson described in a June 20, 1954 column as "one of the foremost experts in psychological warfare against communism,"
used his evangelical connections to help build a Christian conservative consensus in favor of the aggressive internationalism The Family called "Militant Liberty," an approach favored by internationalist Republicans and conservative Democrats. February 9, 1961 - President Kennedy addresses the dedication breakfast of International Christian Leadership, Inc. at the Mayflower Hotel JFK - Remarks at the Dedication Breakfast of International Christian Leadership, Inc. - February 9, 1961
"I do not regard religion as a weapon in the cold war. I regard it as the essence of the differences which separate those on the other side of the Iron Curtain and ourselves."