— in The First Global Revolution, pp.104-105 by Alexander King, founder of the Club of Rome and Bertrand Schneider, secretary of the Club of Rome
Henry Kissinger is one of his member - as many like who is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) - a Rockefeller's organization founded by one of his agent Colonel House - and one of his secret president has been Dick Cheney by his own confession see his video speech here.
Originally this group was organized in 1968 by the Morgenthau Group and the majority of Club of Rome executives were drawn from NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization).
During the period 1968-1972, The Club of Rome became a cohesive entity of new-science scientists, Globalist, future planners and internationalists of every stripe.
The Club of Rome is famous for promoting the idea of "Limits to Growth" like in a 1972 book modeling the consequences of a rapidly growing world population and finite resource supplies. This is just the same kind of Thomas Malthus ideas when he wrote An Essay on the Principle of Population.
Not astonishingly, critics have charged the Club of Rome with "Neo-Malthusianism" and strong elitism in its membership, which interlocks with European power elite groups such as Bilderberg (with such members as David Rockefeller) and to a lesser degree Anglo-American elite members.
More recently the Elite Agenda of Club of Rome is hidden behind ideas such as "Sustainable Development" and "Global Warming" see Rockefeller Brothers Fund article.