David Rockefeller Dead at 101
“Some even believe [the Rockefellers]are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterising my family and me as ‘internationalists’ 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’m proud of it.” -David Rockefeller
While I am not one to gloat over the death of anyone, there are some people that leave this world that I can’t say I will miss. David Rockefeller is one of them. He died on Monday at the age of 101, leaving everything behind he worked towards obtaining.
The New York Times spent thousands of words praising the Chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank.
His stature was greater than any corporate title might convey, however. His influence was felt in Washington and foreign capitals, in the corridors of New York City government, art museums, great universities and public schools.
Mr. Rockefeller could well be the last of an increasingly less visible family to have cut so imposing a figure on the world stage. As a peripatetic advocate of the economic interests of the United States and of his own bank, he was a force in global financial affairs and in his country’s foreign policy. He was received in foreign capitals with the honors accorded a chief of state.
He was the last surviving grandson of John D. Rockefeller, the tycoon who founded the Standard Oil Company in the 19th century and built a fortune that made him America’s first billionaire and his family one of the richest and most powerful in the nation’s history.
As an heir to that legacy, Mr. Rockefeller lived all his life in baronial splendor and privilege, whether in Manhattan (as a boy he and his brothers would roller-skate along Fifth Avenue trailed by a limousine in case they grew tired) or at his magnificent country estates.
Imbued with the understated manners of the East Coast elite, he loomed large in the upper reaches of a New York social world of glittering black-tie galas. His philanthropy was monumental, and so was his art collection, a museumlike repository of some 15,000 pieces, many of them masterpieces, some lining the walls of his offices 56 floors above the streets at Rockefeller Center, to which he repaired, robust and active, well into his 90s.In silent testimony to his power and reach was his Rolodex, a catalog of some 150,000 names of people he had met as a banker-statesman. It required a room of its own beside his office.
Many people will remember him for a lot of the things mentioned in the piece by the Times. Still, there are those of us who will remember him for other things, things which we oppose. Jim White reminds us of the total globalist power grab that Rockefeller and many others sought.
Freedom Outpost’s Fred DeRuvo commented on Rockefeller in 2014 concerning his being a globalist.
David Rockefeller is, today, the oldest living patriarch in the Rockefeller line. He calls the shots in many ways and has done more to uproot the foundational rule of law in America than anyone else. Working closely with the United Nations, he has created numerous agencies that exist for no other purpose than to continue his clandestine activities that undermine America’s Constitution. Aside from serving on the Advisory Board of the Bilderbergers, he has either created or is heavily involved in the following groups:
- Trilateral Commission
- Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
- Americas Society
- Council of the Americas
David Rockefeller’s Global Elite have done and continues to do everything possible to overthrow society. Through the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, he has given huge sums of money to organizations like Planned Parenthood. Incidentally, Margaret Sanger was also backed by previous Rockefellers because of her interest in eugenics, from which arose what eventually became Planned Parenthood. This organization – originally called the American Birth Control League – was designed to eliminate those individuals who were deemed less than ideal, which normally included minorities.
I also discussed Dr. Dennis Cuddy in my last article, and introduced comments by him. He notes that David Rockefeller, at least in some ways, has been fairly transparent about his motives for doing the things he does that end up chipping away at the sovereignty of America (and other countries). Most may be familiar with his quote from his own book titled, “Memoirs,” published in 2002. There, he admits that he is part of a secret cabal.
“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.”
Of course, there are those who argue that Rockefeller did not mean what it appears he did mean, and they go to lengths to dispel the truth of his words. Cuddy does the same thing, but ultimately shows that what Rockefeller said is actually what he meant. Cuddy points out that people like Ari Goldberg disagree with the commonly accepted meaning of David Rockefeller’s own words.
“The best way to answer that question is to explore DR’s worldview. DR is part of the modern version of what Philip Freneau in AMERICAN MUSEUM (July 1792) referred to as the ‘hereditary elite.’ Not too long ago, DR told Congressman William Dannemeyer that ‘some men are born to rule, but most men are born to be ruled.’
“David Rockefeller is a globalist, a world citizen who, with other elitists, believe they have a responsibility to manage (rule) the world.
“This is not just my impression, because in 1959 the Rockefeller Brothers Fund Special Studies Project issued a report titled, ‘The Mid-Century Challenge to U.S. Foreign Policy,’ in which one reads: ‘We cannot escape, and indeed should welcome, the task which history has imposed on us. This is the task of helping to shape a new world order in all its dimensions—spiritual, economic, political, social‘.”
While David Rockefeller will be missed by many elites, he will not be missed by those who love live, liberty and American sovereignty.