Tag: Rockerfeller

Rising rates = Financial Implosion

The US The North American region is in a more fortunate position than Europe. It has enough energy, raw materials and food to reduce its reliance on imports. It is mainly in manufacturing that the US has fallen way behind. In 1980, manufacturing was nearly 75-80% of the economy; and in 2023, it has been […]

American Society under Relentless Attack Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

We continue with the story, from Part 1 – – – 3. Energy There are many reasons why the fuel price at the retail level has risen so high so fast. Especially for refined products, examples are diesel, jet fuel, and ordinary gasoline. 2 million barrels/day of obsolete refining capacity in the US and the […]

American Society under Relentless Attack Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

American Society under Relentless Attack  Since the end of World War 2, in 1945, the Rockefeller brothers began an unprecedented onslaught on the American people. This occurred through various means. The dumbing down of education, the move to a pharma-based health system, the move to a GMO-based food system, the slow eradication of faith, and […]

Yamashita’s Gold Part 5 (of a 5 Part Series)

Conflict of Interest      In March 2001, only weeks into the new Bush Administration, two U.S. Navy ships arrived in the Philippines carrying teams of SEAL commandos.  They were sent to the Philippines to recover gold as part of a plan to enlarge America’s reserves. This gold would come from two places: – new excavations […]

The Break Up Part 1 (of a 2 part series)

This a very brief background on the two most powerful financial empires in modern history. The world has never seen anything like this before. In past history, many other great and powerful financial dynasties existed. The difference between then and now was that the current financial dynasties are global, and operate below the radar.  Their […]

Iran: A Case Study Part 3

The real story of Iran’s revolution is a tale that makes spy stories and James Bond movies seem tame by comparison. It is necessary to look behind the closed doors of the world’s most powerful banks, oil companies, and industrial corporations, and into the paneled boardrooms of elite clubs such as the Council on Foreign […]

Iran: A Case Study Part 1

The first oil discoveries in the Middle East were made by the British in Iran, in 1909. A company, Anglo-Persian Oil was formed to exploit this concession. This find also ignited the already brutal contest between Britain and Germany. During the 2nd World War, Iran was occupied in the north by the Russians, and in […]

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