Committee of 300

The Committee of 300 is an international council which determines the political, economical, banking, media, and the military policy for centralized global efforts. The committee is part of the Round Table Group, and is superior to groups such as Club of Rome and the Trilateral Commission.


History of the Committee of 300

the British East India Company headquarters in London, 1817
the British East India Company headquarters in London, 1817

The Committee of 300 evolved out of the British East India Company which was established in 1727 by the British elite, the group is also known as the Olympians. The number 300 is derived from the 1909 article Geschäftlicher Nachwuchs by Walter Rathenau of General Electric.

In 1909, Walter Rathenau said the following about the Committee of 300: “Three hundred men, all of whom know one another, direct the economic destiny of Europe and choose their successors from among themselves.

For nearly a century the British East India and Dutch East India Companies gathered fortunes from their opium trade with Asia and now through the Committee of 300 they continue to wage phony drug wars around the world today.

Members of the Committee of 300

Dr. John Coleman, a former MI6 British Intelligence agent, has authored more than ten books which uncover the New World Order, focusing mostly on the Committee of 300. In his book, ‘Conspirators Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300‘, Dr. Coleman reveals how the committee controls and socially engineers the population.

In ‘Conspirators Hierarchy’ John Coleman wrote the following about the committee, “The Committee of 300 is the ultimate secret society made up of an untouchable ruling class, which includes the Queen of England, the Queen of the Netherlands, the Queen of Denmark and the royal families of Europe. These aristocrats decided at the death of Queen Victoria, the matriarch of the Venetian Black Guelphs that, in order to gain world-wide control, it would be necessary for its aristocratic members to â€?go into business’ with the non-aristocratic but extremely powerful leaders of corporate business on a global scale, and so the doors to ultimate power were opened to what the Queen of England likes to refer to as â€?the commoners.

The most notable members of the committee are:

  • The British royal family
  • Dutch royal family
  • House of Hapsburg
  • Lord Halifax
  • Winston Churchill
  • Cecil Rhodes
  • George Bush
  • Aldous Huxley
  • Henry Kissinger
  • David Rockefeller
  • Giuseppe Mazzini
  • H.G. Wells