Iranian Foreign Minister inside the lair of the globalists

Globalists HQ

The Royal Institute of International Affairs in London, or Chatham House, is the key globalist Anglo-Saxon think tank. The initiative for its creation was first announced in 1919 at the Paris Peace Conference by the representatives of the British and American delegations. A key role was played by Lionel George Curtis  - a representative of the globalists Round Table Society founded by Cecil Rhodes and other major British industrialists and representatives of the ruling circles. The talks resulted in the creation of the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London in 1920, and in New York in 1921 the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). The main goal of both organisations is the use of intelligent software for Atlanticist world domination and to promote the globalization process with a view to the establishment of a world government in the future.

Soft strangulation

A distinctive feature of the strategy of Chatham House and the CFR is the integration of national elites into their structure, which allows them to create a very strong and active network of influence. Unlike other globalists, particularly neoconservatives, these structures aim to achieve their goals, not by direct confrontation with the opposite geopolitical pole, but through its impact on the ruling elite.

Objectives of CFR and Chatham House on Iran

Iran geopolitically belongs to the Rimland zone, despite its emphasis on Continentalist geopolitical orientation at present. It is the reason Iran has an inherent struggle between Continentalist and Atlanticist trends. After signing a nuclear deal with Iran, the Atlanticist center of power seeks to use it against the Iranian leadership's strategy of engagement. The objectives of this policy - the destruction of the union between Russia and Iran, because Russia is a more serious opponent than Iran, and the gradual integration of Iran into the globalist paradigm with the prospect of regime change in the future.


The visit of Iranian Foreign Minister at Chatham House is the first visit by an Iranian senior official of such level and has a symbolic meaning. It is significant that the current Foreign Minister of Iran for most of his adult life lived in the United States. Mohhammad Zarif received education there and later worked for the Iranian mission to the UN. As a senior diplomat, Zarif was seen repeatedly attempting to establish rapprochement between the US and Iran.

Iranian multivectorness

At the same time, from the 1st to the 4th of February, Russia was visited by an advisor to Iran's supreme leader on international politics, former Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Velayati. He met with a number of dignitaries (including Head of the Russian Security Council and Minister of Defence) and addressed the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies - a continentalist think tank ran by the Administration of the President of Russia. Last week Italy, the Vatican and France were visited by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. These visits of representatives of the three levels of Iranian leadership - advisor of the Supreme Leader (Rahbar), foreign minister and president of the country, to the three geopolitical centres which two rigidly opposed to each other, and the second is independent, only hypothetically shows the current Iranian foreign policy as being multi-vectored.


The visits of Rouhani, Velayati and Zarif also demonstrate the existence of different geo-political sympathies inside the Iranian leadership. It is significant that the spiritual leader of the country retains a continentalist geopolitical orientation. At the same time the globalists' attempts to draw Iran into its sphere of influence raises concerns.