Monday, December 23, 2013

NYPD Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly to Join Council on Foreign Relations

I didn't realize the CFR had hooks into big city police departments, but now that I think about it, it does make sense.

Raymond W. Kelly, commissioner for the New York Police Department, will join the  CFR as a distinguished visiting fellow. Kelly will be joining CFR in early January and will be based at the organization's headquarters in New York. He will focus on counterterrorism, cybersecurity, and other national security issues.

Kelly will leave the NYPD as the longest-serving police commissioner in the city's history. He also served as New York City police commissioner from 1992 to 1994, under then mayor David N. Dinkins, and is the first person to serve in two nonconsecutive mayoral administrations. Kelly served in twenty-five different commands before being named commissioner, spanning a forty-three–year career with the NYPD.

Previously, Kelly served as senior managing director of global corporate security at Bear, Stearns & Co. Inc. from 2000 to 2001. From 1998 to 2001, he was commissioner of the U.S. Customs Service. He also served as undersecretary for enforcement at the U.S. Treasury Department, the third–highest ranking position in Treasury at the time. From 1996 to 2001, Kelly was vice president on the board of the international police organization Interpol.

In 1995, President Clinton appointed Kelly director of the State Department's International Police Monitors mission, tasked to restore order in Haiti following the return of then president Jean-Bertrand Aristide.

Kelly received his undergraduate degree from Manhattan College. He is also a lawyer and holds a law degree from St. John's University School of Law and a masters of laws from New York University School of Law. Kelly also holds a masters of public administration from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Kelly served in the U.S. Marine Corps and Reserve for thirty years and is a combat veteran of Vietnam. He retired with the rank of colonel.


  1. Helluva resume'll never hear his kind thanking the American tax-payer for financing it.
    His ENTIRE life........sucking on the teat.
    A fast food burger flipper who wants to do a good job and voluntarily contracts with a private sector employer holds higher esteem IMHO.

  2. Damn! That IS one hell of a resume. He's made the most of working for Sauron in Mordor, that's for sure.

  3. Imagine that. It is shown by Jordan Maxwell, and others, that similar to The Port of Chicago, New York City Port Authority involves itself with Maritme Law and jurisdictions. The CFR represents the Rothschild bank political campaign to destroy our republic, and New York City harbors (no pun intended) fugitives from 9-11-2001 U.S. government justice because congressional mewling to the CFR disables congress investigative abilities and skills. An immediate replacement of congress and the U.S. Attorney General is in order, lest the mess worsen. Trouble is, the treasonous elements of the U.S. government are waiting in the wings, fully armed, for such a call to ring out. The American sheeple have voted themselves into a good thrashing, one way, the other, or by staying sat on their behinds swilling GMO soda pop and munching Cheetos.

  4. What can a bloody cop know about Foreign Affairs?

    1. Not much but he doesn't need to he already has the "dark skinned people deserve government thuggery and then some" mentality with being NYC's top government thug