while writing his dissertation, received a *Fulbright fellowship to study in Italy. He was hired into his current position at BYU in 1994
Benfell was a fellow in an NEH seminar on the seven deadly sins, which was held in Cambridge, England. He has taught on three London Study Abroad programs, serving as director for the London summer and fall programs in 2008.
MA, PhD, Near Eastern languages and civilizations, University of Chicago, 1972, 1981
Bowen teaches comparative politics, gender politics, and Middle Eastern politics in the Department of Political Science at BYU. She writes on the intersection of religion, tradition, and politics in the Middle East and has authored numerous articles and books dealing with the relation of Islam and political policy, specifically social policy concerning family planning and abortion. Her recent book, the second edition of Everyday Life in the Muslim Middle East, is widely used in universities.
She was named Alcuin Fellow (1995–98). Two Fulbright grants have provided research opportunities overseas
Bowen has completed consulting projects on aspects of population, politics, development, and women’s status for the World Bank, the Ford Foundation, the Smithsonian Institution, and the United States Agency for International Development.
We taught English and economics at China Foreign Affairs University in Beijing, 2006–07 and 2008
MBA, University of California, Berkeley, 1966
Kirk and Midge participated in the China Teachers Program at China Foreign Affairs University for the academic year 2006–07 and for fall semester 2008.
Earl Frye: coordinator
Canadian Studies research program
PhD, political science, UCLA, 1976
Fry has served as Fulbright lecturer, Sorbonne; director of International Education and Canadian Studies, State University of New York at Plattsburgh; Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellow; and special assistant in the U.S. Trade Representative office (USTR)–part of the Executive Office of the President of the United States—specializing in international investment issues and in U.S.–Canada trade relations. He has also been a visiting professor at the Université de Montréal (1989) and at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris (1990). In addition, Fry was visiting fellow at the Americas Society in New York City (1991–92) and the Bissell–Fulbright professor in Canadian–American Relations, University of Toronto (1995–96). Fry served as president of the Washington, D.C.-based Association for Canadian Studies in the U.S. and on the board of directors of the Fulbright Association.
Pate is a member of NAFSA (National Association of Foreign Student Advisors) and ASEE (American Society of Engineering Education). She currently serves as a committee member for Women’s Conference held at BYU each year. And she is also the creator and advisor to “Global Citizens for Study Abroad,” an organization that provides opportunities for students returning from study abroad to continue to stay internationally involved.
Serving God and The Satanic Psychopaths?
* lluminati and the faculties of colleges and universities were to cultivate students possessing exceptional mental ability belonging to well-bred families with international leanings and recommend them for special training in internationalism. Such training was to be provided by granting scholarships to those selected by the Illuminatists. That gives you an idea what a "Rhodes scholarship" means. It means indoctrination into accepting the idea that only a one-world government can put an end to recurring wars and strife. That's how the United Nations was sold to the American people. One of the most notable Rhodes scholars we have in our country is Senator William J. Fulbright, sometimes referred to as half-bright. His entire voting record spells Illuminati. All such scholars were to be first persuaded and then convinced that men of special talent and brains have the right to rule those less gifted on the ground that the masses don't know what is best for them fiscally, mentally, and spiritually. (Myron C Fagan)
Ezra Taft Benson and Cleon Skousen both relied on Myron C Fagan for their understanding of the Secret Combinations and the Illuminati.
Donna Lee Bowen
"So I went into the village prepared to ask women about their families, about the children, and whether or not Islam would permit family planning for them...My personal interest was in the area of family planning. I had come to Morocco to study attitudes toward family and religion and had found that the best way to learn about any concept was to examine a force that attacked it....I returned to the capital city, Rabat, and pored over the data. Finally I realized that the women who were against family planning and saw it as un-Islamic were women to whom any reduction of family size or the inability to have children threatened their position as wife and mother. (Source)
"Although a majority of Muslims worldwide agree with the stance taken at the population conference, and most would state that Islam forbids abortion, the Muslim theological position on abortion does not approximate the Roman Catholic condemnation of the practice. A full prohibition of abortion represents neither the sophisticated Muslim jurisprudence literature on abortion nor current practices of some Muslim women." (Source)
"Globalisation in the form of must-have mobile phones affects gender and generational relations in the Middle East and North Africa. As this new form of communication technology spreads to secondary and university students, it impacts the traditionally strong institution of the Middle Eastern family. In Morocco, gender relations and generational dynamics are changing as this technology breaks down traditional spatial and associational boundaries between young men and women. Membership in a global citizenry offers young Moroccans both status and western patterns of romance. This study demonstrates that young women and young men utilise mobile phones for different purposes. Mobile phones facilitate behaviour that young people know violates Moroccan social norms, but which are permitted by the western mores conveyed through global media. Our research in Morocco may have resonance in the rest of the Middle East but differs from what research reports in Europe." (Source)
Benfell, V. Stanley.
Prophetic Madness: The Bible in Inferno XIX
MLN - Volume 110, Number 1, January 1995 (Italian Issue), pp. 145-163
The Johns Hopkins University Press
Stanley Benfell - Prophetic Madness: The Bible in Inferno XIX - MLN 110:1 MLN 110.1 (1995) 145-163 Prophetic Madness: The Bible in Inferno XIX V. Stanley Benfell The Prophets Isaiah and Ezekiel dined with me, and I asked them how they dared so roundly to assert that God spoke to them; and whether they did not think at the time that they would be misunderstood, & so be the cause of imposition. Isaiah answer'd, "I saw no God, nor heard any, in a finite organical perception; but my senses discover'd the infinite in every thing, and as I was then perswaded, and remain confirm'd, that the voice of honest indignation is the voice of God, I cared not for consequences, but wrote. . . ." --William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell In his Ruin the Sacred Truths, an attempt to view literary history as a succession of "strong" poets, Harold Bloom aligns Dante with Milton: two poets pursuing a prophetic vision in despite of orthodoxy and Christian doctrine. "Dante, like Milton," he writes, "was essentially a sect of one, not as pilgrim, but as prophetic poet. Milton was Bible-haunted and yet attempted things both in competition with and even beyond the scope of the Bible. The Comedy, for all its learning, is not deeply involved with the Bible" Bloom's argument against a strong Dantesque biblicism seeks to disjoin Dante's poem from typical theological discourse so as to redefine the Comedy as prophetic. But Bloom's disjunction of Dante's identity as prophetic...
Population Reduction & Eugenics?
Training Communist Spies?
* China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU) is the only institution of higher learning which operates under the guidance of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China. It aims at preparing high calibre personnel who are competent to discharge their official duties in fluent foreign languages in the fields of foreign service, international studies, and international business and law. (Source)
Council on Foreign Relations IS the Illuminati! (Myron Fagan)
"I find it very disconcerting that the majority of BYU faculty when I was there had a strong pro-left attitude that didn't seem in keeping with the Church; in my field of pr/journalism, they hired a Christian Science Monitor editor to get the attitudes moving toward globalism at the school paper, The Daily Universe. I remember thinking at the time: why would such a renowned (non-LDS) scholar, as he was, want to come to BYU? In light of what is really going on, I think it's interesting to think about perhaps not that he wanted to but was asked to, as have many others, to do some pro-Marxist work. It is also interesting to think Jeff Holland, former BYU Pres, was a "Yalie" .... The Russian department head was totally pro-Russia in a way that really got to me (Gary Browning--he got sent to be a mission president over there and was almost anti-Baltic in his pro Russian approach -- the Baltics were lumped in with the Russian mission, despite the fact that they have a terrible fear of and enmity toward Russians who are their oppressors)." (Source)
"Dr. Earl Fry, who is a prominent professor of political science (political economy) at BYU, as well as the mastermind behind the development of the Kennedy Center for International Studies (which is now considered a UN supporting NGO!) is a CFR member. Only Fry could have pulled that off -- a UN front now part of BYU campus! Way back in the early 80s, he used to sit in his office listening to the CBC Radio by short wave with headphones on. CBC is the Canadian (very pro socialist) government-run network." (Source)
CIA Recruitment Center?
I recall Stan Taylor also being really in with Georgetown University and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. There's another program he was highly connected with: the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. I think part of his role was to get top notch BYU students (who are gullible or willing to believe anything they hear at an Ivy League school) to attend Fletcher and then go on into careers with the CIA and FBI. I often heard when at BYU that those two organizations loved to hire Mormon students because they were so honest. Honest, and gullible, or should I say naive. (Source)