Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Ruler of the world?

The international financier, David Rockefeller (1915 - ), has been described as the most powerful man in the world.

He, probably more than anyone else, living or dead, is responsible for the promotion of the globalised ‘new world order’ that we are currently forced to endure.

Here’s something he admitted to in his 2002 biography, Memoirs:
“For more than a century, ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. 
Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as 'internationalists' and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure — one world, if you will.

If that is the charge, I STAND GUILTY, AND I AM PROUD OF IT…

Populists believe in conspiracies and one of the most enduring is that a secret group of international bankers and capitalists, and their minions, control the world's economy. Because of my name and prominence as head of the Chase for many years, I have earned the distinction of ‘conspirator in chief’ from some of these people.

Populists and isolationists ignore the tangible benefits that have resulted in our active international role during the past half-century. Not only was the very real threat posed by Soviet Communism overcome, but there have been fundamental improvements in societies around the world, particularly in the United States, as a result of global trade, improved communications, and the heightened interaction of people from different cultures. 
Populists rarely mention these positive consequences, nor can they cogently explain how they would have sustained American economic growth and expansion of our political power without them.”
'The very real threat posed by Soviet Communism?' Wall Street bankers financed the Russian Revolution and aid from this source to the Commies never ceased during the 70-year lifetime of the USSR.

‘Global trade?’ That would be the trade that saw so many in the west lose their jobs and the industries that provided them? This was beneficial? To the Rockefellers and the third world, perhaps, not to us.

‘Heightened interaction of people from different cultures?’ I wonder if he means mass immigration of the alien hordes into our back yard? I think he probably does. Along with the cheap flights to Benidorm & Disneyland for the Little and Large, Eastenders and X-Factor generations. The Blackpools, Scarboroughs and Bridlingtons have suffered greatly as a result of such interaction.

Yeah. I think these might be some the ‘positive consequences’ he’s on about.

Anyone out there, outside of the banking elites experiencing ‘sustained economic growth’ right now? No? How about the world-wide recession? How about Detroit? Anyone outside black gangsterism, hip-hop and rap still living there?

I’ll give him his ‘expansion of political power.’ But that won’t last forever. Not with hatred of America increasing exponentially alongside an ever-increasing awareness of fat-cat machination.

As for the ‘populists,’ they’d be the popular types who appealed to the people, wouldn’t they? Those who promised to give them what they wanted? As opposed to what the Rockerfellers said would be good for them in a thousand years time? Understandable why a bloke like Dave would demonstrate considerable contempt for such undesirables, I guess.

In a 13 November 2007 interview with Benjamin Fulford, Rockerfeller said this:
“There have been people, ever since I've had any kind of position in the world, who have accused me of being ruler of the world. I have to say that I think for the large part, I would have to decide to describe them as crack pots. It makes no sense whatsoever, and isn't true, and won't be true, and to raise it as a serious issue seems to me to be irresponsible…

I think that the best hope for peace and prosperity in the world is greater cooperation among nations, which in turn will be produced if both our governments and the people of our countries travel more and get to know each other better.”
More globalism then.

Bill Moyers described Rockefeller thus in his 1980 TV special, ‘The World of David Rockefeller’:
“The unelected if indisputable chairman of the American Establishment ... one of the most powerful, influential and richest men in America... sits at the hub of a vast network of financiers, industrialists and politicians whose reach encircles the globe.”
At a UN-hosted event celebrating the publication of his biography in 2002, Secretary-General Kofi Annan said this of Rockerfeller:
“I think without internationalists like you, the international system we have been trying to build, the international system we have today, wouldn't be here.”
An anonymous 1970s wit was quoted as follows in the 1991 biography, ‘Rockefeller Conscience: An American Family in Public and in Private,’ by John Ensor Harr and Peter J. Johnson:
“For David Rockefeller, the Presidency of the United States would be a demotion.”
Oh yes, the Obamas, Bushes, Clintons, Blairs, Browns and Camerons take their orders from someone.

Maybe it's this guy. Whatever, I'll bet you a pound to a penny they all call him 'sir'.

In many places on the internet it is claimed that the Rockerfeller are secret or crypto-Jews.

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