>German Chancellor Willy Brandt, announced the creation of GMF
Willy Brandt (1913-1992) was the fourth chancellor of Germany, president of the Socialist International and chairman of the Social Democratic Party of Germany, which he had joined in 1930.
The 21-member Brandt Commission, headed by former West German Chancellor Willy Brandt, is the offspring of the Club of Rome and the Club of Rome's parent organization, NATO.
The Brandt Commission is the front end of the Club of Rome's decade-long effort to create NATO-linked military blocs in the Third World and to enlist Europe, East and West, in a new Malthusian "global order" premised on the end of scientific progress, technological growth, and their institutional vehicle, the sovereign nation-state.
The emergence of Brandt into international policymaking prominence and the creation of the Club of Rome in the late 1960s were two, crucial, interrelated aspects of a NATO policy reorientation taking place at that time. It is hardly surprising from this standpoint that it is Brandt's government which, through the agency of the government-owned Volkswagen Foundation, provided the original seed money for the Club of Rome's early 1970s "Limits to Growth" report. ..
Brandt had been cultivated for decades by Brttlsh intelligence as an "asset" after he had taken exile from the Hitler regime in Germany.
After serving as Mayor of Berlin from 1957-66, Brandt was brought in as West German Foreign Minister as part of one of the most important-and delicate social-political experiments conducted by NATO's Tav-istock psychological warfare planning unit in the postwar period.
To understand exactly what Brandt means by these terms, it is useful to look at one of his close collaborators, Henry Kissinger.