In 1968, an Italian industrialist by the name of Aurelio Peccei founded a global think tank called the Club of Rome after a two-day meeting in 1968, to discuss the problems facing mankind, and the need to act globally. The meeting that Peccei had worked hard to have funded, was not a success. Due to reasons cited, the group of European economists and scientists were unable or incapable of focusing on a distant future.
After the meeting, a small group returned to Peccei’s villa in Rome. It was here that the club was born and given the name The Club of Rome. What became was an unlikely and unexpected success to “rebel against the suicidal ignorance of the human condition.” In 1972, a report was published by the group titled “The Limits to Growth.” The publication called for a reduction in the consumption of resources and a re-evaluation of humanity and its exploitative attitude towards the earth itself. From there, the Club of Rome was propelled into the international arena.
This isn’t surprising. On face value, Peccei‘s intentions have an honorable sentiment. But it has been rumored that Aurelio Peccei once confided in his friend and former US Secretary of State, Alexander Haig that he “felt like Adam Weishaupt reincarnated.” It is also noted in some research that Peccei was probably a Freemason and Bilderberg member.
Today the Club of Rome still exists. It actively supports WWF, but it is the other institutions, which the Club of Rome equally support that is concerning, such as: The Trilateral Commission; Council of Foreign Relations; Rockefeller Foundation; and many more. It is interesting to note, that on the official page, Queen Beatrix, a Bilderberger and Committee of 300 affiliate, is also an honorary member.
It is no great surprise that Rockefeller became a listed founder of the Club. Some argue he was there from the beginning when the initial 1968 meeting took place, reportedly occurring in his own Bellagio villa in Rome. 
Regardless, of the founding history, the agenda remains the same: One world, one economy, one religion – maybe no religion…a New World Order. It argues for a decrease in population and a sustainability that can only be achieved by halting growth on all scales, dramatically. Read 2052 if you don’t believe me. 
The sway of this club and its reach into all corners of the globe is phenomenal, but it isn’t as “transparent” as one may think. The Club of Rome are a convincing organization, and are careful to keep the Rockefeller name away from its official webpage. This requires a lot of reading between the lines, and as you read, your head quietly nods in resigned agreement until you pull yourself back into reality.
Careful, this Club isn’t for the faint hearted. Beware of extreme manipulation, convincing arguments, and scientific jargon. This is the current literature supporting and pertaining to the establishment of a New World Order, and it makes no apology for the means of which they will use to obtain their ideologies.
 FOLLOWING REFERENCE IS SPECULATION ONLY: Savant Noir (29 April 2010) http://recyclewashington.wordpress.com/2010/04/29/unraveling-the-club-of-rome-part-1/ WordPress (Retrieved 10 October 2014)