At the age of 101 years old, former Chase Manhattan Chief Executive and billionaire David Rockefeller died as a result of congestive heart failure. According to family spokesperson Fraser P. Seitel, David died in his home earlier this Monday morning.
Here’s an excerpt from the Rockefeller Foundation’s statement on his death:
The statement is fairly vague, and offers the audience a forgiving image of the man that highlights his philanthropic efforts. What the statement doesn’t include is how Rockefeller, with the aid of his family name, was able to become one of the key members of the shadow government through influencing the government, healthcare, the energy system, and many other industries, largely for strategic power gains.
Who Is David Rockefeller?
David was the youngest of six children to John D. Rockefeller Jr. and the grandson of Standard Oil co-founder John D. Rockefeller. He graduated from Harvard University in 1936 and then went on to study at the University of Chicago in 1940, where he received a Doctorate in Economics. In 1940 he married Margaret McGrath, with whom he had six children, and became the President of Chase Manhattan in 1961. Eight years later, he was appointed as CEO and chairman (source).
Rockefeller wasn’t shy about his views on American capitalism, stating that it “brought more benefits to more people than any other system in any part of the world at any time in history.”
“The problem is to see that the system is run as efficiently and as honestly as it can be,” he added.
If you know anything about the shadow government and the lack of transparency within the U.S. political system, it’s easy to see through his statements. I don’t have to tell you that the system is far from honest! Generally speaking, we have no idea what’s in our food, who’s creating laws, or how we’re being controlled and manipulated.
Capitalism has certainly served us in many ways, but it’s not a sustainable system. Capitalism now only serves the elite and the upper classes, further perpetuating separatism and division within society. David Rockefeller was born into a life of privilege and wealth, so his views are likely tainted by the benefits capitalism has provided him and family, not to society as a whole.
“He spent his life in the club of the ruling class and was loyal to members of the club, no matter what they did,” New York Times columnist David Brooks noted in 2002, citing the profitable deals Rockefeller had made with “oil-rich dictators,” “Soviet party bosses,” and “Chinese perpetrators of the Cultural Revolution.”
He was certainly a part of the shadow government and the elite, but he was actually proud of it. As he explained in his Memoirs (source):
Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political economic structure – One World, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and am proud of it.
The Rockefellers have their hands in practically every industry, including financial, health, food, and more. Over a century ago, the Carnegie and Rockefeller foundations began to alter university medical curricula to reflect a greater focus on pharmaceuticals so they could increase their profits. They put their money into drug-based research and made that the main focus of modern day healthcare.
Since then, the Rockefellers and banking elite have been able to control and profit from the drug industry. The AMA, the largest association of physicians in the U.S., enforces the drug-treatment paradigm by heavily lobbying Congress and publishing one of the most influential journals, JAMA,which is largely funded by pharmaceutical advertisers. It has also engaged in suppressing alternative health treatments, which you can read more about in our article here.
Mainstream media networks are owned by less than five multinational corporations, and all of these corporations have ties to the Rothschild and Rockefeller families. If you dive in even further, you’ll discover that all of the same corporations are directly related to the suppression of clean energy technologies. This isn’t necessarily surprising given the Rockefellers’ strong ties to the oil and gas industry, but concerning nonetheless. You can learn more about this free energy suppression here.
The Rockefellers were also involved in the creation of the United Nations (UN), which you can read more about in our CE article here. This may not raise red flags to those who aren’t familiar with the Rockefeller family, but consider this: The UN was created in 1945 as a result of World War 2. In practically every global conflict, something is created out of that conflict to give the illusion that whatever is created will solve it. Have you ever thought that the people who created the conflict are doing so so they can propose the solution in order to manipulate the population and gain further power?
And of course, perhaps the most notable industry the Rockefellers have their hands in is the financial industry, or the big banks. Foster Gamble, the heir to Proctor & Gamble, explains the issue with the big banks and the corruption within them perfectly:
As difficult as it was for me, I’ve come to an inescapable and profoundly disturbing conclusion. I believe that an elite group of people and the corporations they run have gained control over not just our energy, food supply, education, and healthcare, but over virtually every aspect of our lives; and they do it by controlling the world of finance. Not by creating more value, but by actually controlling the source of money.
Watch the full video from Foster Gamble’s documentary, THRIVE Movement, here:
Another great video that depicts how the big banks work, like the ones the Rockefellers control, is by this 12 year old girl:
Source: Collective Evolution