David Rockefeller, Sr.
Who is he: The aging David Rockefeller, Sr. is the youngest and last surviving child of John D. Rockefeller, Jr.
David Rockefeller, Sr. is commonly held to be one of the leading elites in implementing what has come to be known as a global One World Order led by Anglo-American elites. Rockefeller describe his life goal in his 2002 autobiography entitled Memoirs, as follows:
"For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum.... have attacked 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's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it."
This leading elite family, along with other American and European families, have effectively ruled the United States behind a veneer of regulatory democracy. The costs to the American taxpayers are incalculable but one can imagine that over time tens of trillions of dollars have been looted via unnecessary wars and unnecessary fiscal and monetary adventures. Under the US Federal Reserve, an elitist-run central bank, the dollar has been debased by at least 95 percent.
The leadership and global governance goals of this and a few other very wealthy families have bankrupted the US and are rapidly bankrupting the EU as well. Central banking ruin, planned wars, strategic famines and other repugnant strategies all seem to be tools that the Anglo-American elites use to further reduce the power of Western middle classes in order to prepare for the eventual imposition of one-world government.
Although David Rockefeller's personal net worth is something over $2 billion dollars, placing him among the 300 richest people in the world, this is but a small percentage of the Rockefeller fortune. Most of the family wealth and power is maintained inside of untaxed family trusts created before the income tax became law and accumulates – often tax-free offshore – in successor companies of Standard Oil established by David's father, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., and in their vast real estate empire.
The elite drive toward global governance and a one-world government has been thwarted somewhat by the rise of the Internet, which has exposed elitist plans. However, energetic elitists like David Rockefeller pose a formidable challenge to those who wish to live in a freer and more prosperous world for all. David Rockefeller is old and decrepit now, but his life bears testimony to how only a few intelligent and motivated people with enormous sums of money at their disposal can place the world on certain paths that benefit an impossibly wealthy handful while impoverishing billions.
Background: David Rockefeller was born on June 12, 1915 in what was then the largest private residence in New York City. The home has since been donated to and is now a part of the Museum of Modern Art.
Due to the vast wealth and many estates owned by the family, David Rockefeller spent much of his childhood on the vast family estate of Pocantico and at a large mansion on Mount Desert Island at Bar Harbor in Maine, where elite families like the Fords enjoyed the summers. Rockefeller attended the Lincoln School in Harlem, which was influenced by the leftist John Dewey.
Like other children of the power elite, David Rockefeller graduated from Harvard University (after writing a senior thesis on Fabian socialism), did some graduate work and spent a year at the London School of Economics. David Rockefeller's childhood and young adulthood was steeped in elite privilege of a certain type and this much has not really changed for Rockefeller scions. The wealth and power of the family with their private trusts, foundations and organizations like the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Bilderberg Group puts it at the top of the Anglo-American Axis power elite.
Following service in the army during World War II and at executive levels for US intelligence in North Africa and France, David Rockefeller, Sr. returned to the family business. Rockefeller joined the Council on Foreign Relations in 1949 as a director and later became the chairman from 1970 to 1985 of this most influential of the numerous Anglo-American organizations.
David Rockefeller had a close working relationship with the CIA through the Dulles Brothers, and at its inception it was even housed conveniently in Rockefeller Center. During this initial period the CIA was involved in the coup that put the Shah of Iran in power. Conspiratorial historians especially believe that much of Washington's Middle East problems and military interventions stem from a foreign policy created to expand Rockefeller oil interests.
Oil was only one part of the vast Rockefeller financial empire. David joined the staff of Chase National Bank, "the Rockefeller Bank," and served as Chairman and CEO from 1969 to 1980. Rockefeller also built the Chase Manhattan Plaza, the largest bank building in the world, appropriately just across the street from another controlled institution, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. It was the bank of the United Nations and had over 50,000 correspondent bank relationships. The Rockefeller family donated the land on which the UN was built.
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