Category: Americas

The Origins of Modern Finance Part 3 (of a 3 Part Series)

The American Century  The Rockefeller group of international oil companies and its associated banks emerged from the Second World War in a position of enormously increased power.  At the apex of this power stood the 5 Rockefeller brothers. Because the New York Federal Reserve Bank had accumulated the bulk of the world’s official gold reserves […]

The Rockefeller Empire Part 6 (of a 6 Part Series)

Policy Groups Rockefeller had a lifelong association with the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) when he joined as a director in 1949. In 1965, Rockefeller and other businessmen formed the Council of the Americas to stimulate and support economic integration in the Americas. In 1992, at a Council sponsored forum, Rockefeller proposed a “Western Hemisphere free trade area”, […]

The Rockefeller Empire Part 5 (of a 6 Part Series)

David Which brings us to Junior’s youngest. Born in June 1915, David was trained by both his father and grandfather to be serious about money. After completing school and university (Harvard, the LSE, University of Chicago), David got married and joined the Chase Bank. Junior realized his mistake with the other 4 boys, and took […]

The Rockefeller Empire Part 4 (of a 6 Part Series)

The Brothers For the Rockefeller brothers, the war years provided a release from the disciplines of their father. Nelson discovered his quest would be for political power in Washington. John D 3rd, out of his father’s grasp for the first time in his life was now ready, as he stated, “to find my real interests. […]

The Rockefeller Empire Part 3 (of a 6 Part Series)

The Years (1945-2020) Gold Crisis and Dollar Debasement  Two days after his inauguration as President on March 6, 1933, Roosevelt decreed a four-day national banking holiday. The main aim was to prevent anyone from hoarding or exporting gold or silver.  Every bank in the United States was shut down. Neither deposits nor withdrawals were possible, as […]

The Rockefeller Empire Part 2 (of a 6 Part Series)

The Years 1914 – 1975 World War 1 Philanthropy John D Rockefeller was a Baptist. The only recreation he had outside of business was the church. His contributions from an early life were given to the church. As his income grew, so did his charity. By 1882, he was giving away some $65,000 a year. A […]

The Rockefeller Empire Part 1 (of a 6 Part Series)

The Beginning: (1863-1913) The Middle East is the center of the world. As time goes on, this region will come to dominate news and events to a greater degree than before. Understanding the regions requires us to understand 3 key imperatives; Islam, Jews/Zionism, and oil. The oil industry’s key figure is the Rockefeller family.  The […]

The Rise of the House of Rothschild Part 3 (of a 6 Part Series): 1860 – 1890

North America and the United States was the New World. It was a land that was free of the dogmas attached to Europe, and it was worked by hard, determined people.  There was no restriction to upward mobility, unlike Europe. It was also a land very rich in natural resources, with a temperate climate. Since […]

The Rise and Fall of the British Empire Part 3 (of a 3 Part Series) (1897 – 1989)

London- May 1897- A group of the wealthiest robber barons from America have been invited by the Rothschilds for a serious discussion. The British Empire has ongoing operations in several parts of the world. Consequently, their military has been stretched to the limit. The Boxer Rebellion in China, periodic uprisings in India, the Boer War […]

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