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David Rockefeller is dead...
« on: March 20, 2017, 10:59:14 AM »
David Rockefeller, Philanthropist and Head of Chase Manhattan, Dies at 101
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/20/business/david-rockefeller-dead-chase-manhattan-banker.html?_r=0
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« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2017, 11:00:14 AM »
There must be 3 generations of his to follow in his footsteps by now  :P

"Philanthropist" indeed...

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« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2017, 11:01:17 AM »
Who Wants To Live For Ever !
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"Who Wants To Live Forever"

There's no time for us,
There's no place for us,
What is this thing that builds our dreams, yet slips away from us.

Who wants to live forever,
Who wants to live forever.....?
There's no chance for us,
It's all decided for us,
This world has only one sweet moment set aside for us.

Who wants to live forever,
Who dares to love forever,
When love must die.

But touch my tears with your lips,
Touch my world with your fingertips,
And we can have forever,
And we can love forever,
Forever is our today,
Who wants to live forever,
Who wants to live forever,
Forever is our today,
Who waits forever anyway?

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« Reply #3 on: March 20, 2017, 11:06:23 AM »
Must have missed his weekly fetus blood transfusion...
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« Reply #4 on: March 20, 2017, 11:15:51 AM »
"You see? Death comes to us all." -- Queen Isabella (Sophie Marceau) in Braveheart
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« Reply #5 on: March 20, 2017, 11:19:23 AM »
Real Estate prices in Hades have just crashed . . . .
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« Reply #6 on: March 20, 2017, 11:24:48 AM »
https://soapboxie.com/social-issues/David-Rockefeller
David Rockefeller: An Immoral Life of Evil and Treason
Updated on November 30, 2016
Wesman Todd Shaw

David Rockefeller: A Life of Extreme Wealth

For every second in David Rockefeller's long life, he's been one of the wealthiest human beings on the planet. Like the devil in the song by the Rolling Stones, he has always been a man of wealth and taste. 
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David Rockefeller - A Life of Deceit and Dishonor

    We are grateful to The Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine, and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination [democracy] practiced in past centuries."

—David Rockefeller in June 5, 1991 at the Bilderberger meeting in Baden Baden, Germany (a meeting also attended by then-Governor Bill Clinton.

If you've ever entertained the passing thought that mass media exists to create division and not unity, well, you're on to something. If you've realized that nothing of any value is transmitted to you on television, then you are, in my never humble opinion, a very bright person. If you've gone even further and realized that mass media and the flow of misinformation is planned and contrived by global oligarchs, then pat yourself on the back: you are utterly brilliant.

You can pay your dues to David Rockefeller for this, and spit on his very grave when you get the chance. The man has invested far more billions into mass media than the number cited on Wikipedia as his total wealth. Of course he is an international banker with close ties to the worst family on planet Earth, the Rothschild family.

In fact, if you point your finger at anything foul in the USA, somewhere lurking in the unpublished darkness of a monopolized mass media bent on disinformation, there you will find David Rockefeller.
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Why So Many People Are Waiting for David Rockefeller to Die
Michael Gentilucci
9/10/2014

Big-time philanthropists tend to fall into two categories: Those who give money away as soon as they get it, and those who hang on to it for as long as they can, and then create legacy foundations or pledge bequests to nonprofits late in life.

There are arguments for both approaches. Those who hold off on their philanthropy may tell you they’re better at building businesses, creating jobs and generating wealth than they are at deciding which causes are worthy of their support. They believe that the best use of their time and resources is building the biggest pile of cash they can while they can and letting someone else worry about distributing it later.

On the other side, the pay-as-you-go model is increasingly common. These folks believe in giving it away while you have it, and spending down their wealth before they die. In some cases, like Bill and Melinda Gates, philanthropists even set limits on how long their foundations will operate after their deaths.

Proponents of this philosophy will tell you that they want to control where the money goes and avoid creating a bloated grantmaking bureaucracy, but they will also tell you that giving sooner is better because an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Just like a dollar invested in the stock market can increase in value and pay dividends, investing that dollar in a charitable cause early on can compound its effects. For example, vaccinating children now is better and cheaper than dealing with their health problems later. 

While some prominent financiers like David Gelbaum and John Arnold seem to be taking this approach, others like David Rockefeller still largely adhere to the former model.

It’s not as if Rockefeller hasn’t made large gifts—for example, the $25 million he gave in 1994 to his alma mater, Harvard, to create the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, or the $7.5 million he’s given for the historic preservation of Colonial Williamsburg.

The bulk of his giving, however, is set to happen upon his death—a legacy he began to create in 2005, when, for his ninetieth birthday, he pledged to donate $5 million a year to the Museum of Modern Art, and bequest another $100 million when he dies. He also made a $100 million pledge to the school that bears his family’s name, Rockefeller University, for capital improvements and the support of graduate studies. Harvard was added to the list in 2008 when Rockefeller pledged $100 million to give undergraduates more international opportunities and experiences in the arts.

His largest pledge, however, came in 2006, when he announced he would give $225 million to the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, which he started with his brothers John, Nelson, Laurance and Winthrop, all now deceased. The gift is a big boost to the total assets of that foundation, and will be used to create the David Rockefeller Fund for Global Development. (Or at least that was the plan eight years ago.)

Rockefeller made another bequest of $25 million to the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture. That brings the total set to go out the door upon David Rockefeller's death to $575 million.


Which leads us wonder what other organizations might be receiving large gifts when Rockefeller passes. Some of the more obvious potential beneficiaries include the slew of charitable organizations that bear the Rockefeller family name. Maybe he'll increase his pledge to the Rockefeller Brothers Fund or beef up the Rockefeller Family Fund, which has only modest assets, or turn his own David Rockefeller Fund, which is tiny, into a full-fledged foundation. Or perhaps he'll drop a lot of money on the Rockefeller Foundation, where his son, David Rockefeller, Jr., serves as the board chair.
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Whatever the case, there are number of organizations that will see their finances radically change after David Rockefeller dies. 
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« Reply #7 on: March 20, 2017, 11:31:55 AM »
He may have gotten away with crimes while he was in the flesh, but there is no escaping now.

Interesting that he dies on the Spring Equinox.  That's got to be some kind of sign?
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« Reply #8 on: March 20, 2017, 11:41:15 AM »
The Proud Internationalist will now finally answer for his crimes over a lifetime! His background!

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« Reply #9 on: March 20, 2017, 11:44:45 AM »
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« Reply #10 on: March 20, 2017, 11:51:14 AM »
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« Reply #12 on: March 20, 2017, 12:44:35 PM »
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« Reply #13 on: March 20, 2017, 12:48:32 PM »
He died of congestive heart failure on his 8th heart! How do you go through that many hearts?!
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« Reply #14 on: March 20, 2017, 12:58:45 PM »
He died of congestive heart failure on his 8th heart! How do you go through that many hearts?!

I dunno?  You're gonna have to ask Dick Cheney.

In all seriousness, just goes to show you, you can have all the money in the world, it isn't going to save you from death.
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« Reply #15 on: March 20, 2017, 01:01:36 PM »
Update  headsup .... the heart transplant stories appear to be fake news ...

He died of congestive heart failure on his 8th heart! How do you go through that many hearts?!

Right 7 + 1 original heart which is still beating in hell;

http://anonhq.com/david-rockefeller-breaks-record-heart-transplants-age-101/
[UPDATED] David Rockefeller Breaks Record for Most Heart Transplants at Age 101
ByEV -September 8, 2016

That’s right; the Rockefeller family patriarch refuses to let nature take its course, and has instead opted to have another heart transplant at age 101, officially making the record as having “more heart transplants than any other human being that’s ever existed,” according to sources. This is David’s seventh heart transplant.

The 2016 International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation states that patients should be 70-years-old or younger to be considered for cardiac transplantation, and even then, these patients are carefully selected based on their current health, including BMI (body mass index). This recent heart transplant comes after David’s last one failed a couple weeks ago.


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https://worldnewsdailyreport.com/david-rockefellers-sixth-heart-transplant-successful-at-age-99/
David Rockefeller’s Sixth Heart Transplant Successful at Age 99

Billionaire philanthropist David Rockefeller has successfully undergone his sixth heart transplant in 38 years at the venerable age of 99 years old.

The heart transplant surgery, which lasted 6 hours and was done by a team of private surgeons at his principal residence, on the family estate in Pocantico Hills, New York, doesn’t seem to have tired the legendary business man known for his dynamism and cunningness.
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«Every time I get a new heart, it is like the breath of life is swept across my body. I feel reenergized and alive» he told reporters.

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The man that has also had two kidney transplants in 1988 and 2004 is still extremely positive about his health and hopes to live up to 200 years, he told reporters jokingly and in good spirit, only hours after his operation
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China's First Nuke 50th Anniversary - thx Rockefeller Rothschild Israel

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China's First Nuclear Test 1964 -- 50th Anniversary



China's Advance toward Nuclear Status in Early 1960s Held Surprises for U.S. Analysts, Generated Conflicting Opinions about the Potential Dangers

Early RAND and INR Views Proved More Accurate than DOD's Office of International Security Affairs' Overwrought Scenario

The United States and the Chinese Nuclear Program, 1960-1964 Part II

National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 488

Posted - October 16, 2014

Edited by William Burr

Washington, D.C., October 16, 2014 – Fifty years ago today, on 16 October 1964, the People's Republic of China (PRC) joined the nuclear club when it tested a nuclear device at its Lop Nur test site in Inner Mongolia. For several years, U.S. intelligence had been monitoring Chinese developments, often with anxiety, hampered by the lack of adequate sources. Early on, opinions within the U.S. government varied widely -- from the views of RAND Corporation and State Department INR [Intelligence and Research] analysts who estimated that a nuclear-armed China would be "cautious" to the Institute for Defense Analyses, which saw "increase[d] risks for the United States and its allies that China will escalate hostilities to the point of initiating nuclear operations." As the Chinese nuclear test approached, the Defense Department's Office of International Security Affairs was alone in taking an alarmist view, projecting 100 million dead Americans in the event of conflict with China in 1980.

To mark the anniversary of the Chinese test, the National Security Archive and the Nuclear Proliferation International History Project are publishing, mostly for the first time, a wide range of declassified U.S. government documents from the early 1960s on the Chinese nuclear program and its implications. Documents include intelligence estimates and analyses reflecting efforts by U.S. intelligence to forecast when Beijing could and would test a weapon and what its diplomatic and military implications could be. During the summer of 1964, the discovery through satellite photography of a test site led to speculation that Beijing would soon stage a nuclear test. Other documents provide information on the State Department's decision to announce the Chinese test in advance — which it did on 29 September 1964 — in order to minimize its impact on world opinion.
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 An INR report prepared a few weeks after the test demonstrated how perplexed the U.S. intelligence community was over how Bejing had acquired the U-235. While a gaseous diffusion plant in Lanzhou had in fact produced the U-235,[2]  U.S. intelligence did not believe that it had been in operation long enough to produce enough fissile material, but could not identify another possible source in China; moreover, it was "difficult to imagine that the Soviets would supply weapons-grade U-235."

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Evidence suggests that "Red China's" first explosion of a nuclear device was in fact a joint venture between Israel and Red China.

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http://www.nytimes.com/learning/general/onthisday/big/1016.html
China Tests Atomic Bomb, Asks Summit Talk On Ban; Johnson Minimizes Peril
Oct. 16, 1964

Hong Kong, Oct. 16--Communist China announced tonight that it had exploded its first atom bomb. Peking pledged that it would never be the first to use nuclear weapons in the future.

A communique stated that a nuclear test was successfully conducted at 3 P.M. Peking time (3 A.M., Eastern daylight time) in the western region of China. No details were disclosed. [In Washington, the test site was reported to be in Sinkiang, a province bordering the Soviet Union.]

"The success of China's nuclear test is a major achievement of the Chinese people in the strengthening of their national defense and the safeguarding of their motherland as well as a major contribution by the Chinese people to the cause of the defense of world peace," the communique asserted.

An accompanying Government statement declared that the purpose of developing nuclear weapons was to protect the Chinese people "from the danger of the United States' launching a nuclear war."

http://www.thecrimson.com/article/1964/10/17/communist-china-explodes-its-first-nuclear/
Communist China Explodes Its First Nuclear Device
By Robert J. Samuelson,
Published: Saturday, October 17, 1964

Experts appeared to agree on two points:

* that it will take from four to ten years before the Chinese can develop an operational nuclear delivery system
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Yesterday's test caught few experts by surprise. On Sept. 29, Secretary of State Dean Rusk announced that the United States expected the Chinese to set off their first atomic bomb "in the near future."

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New Economy or Transnational Ownership?
The Global Political Economy of Israel
Shimshon Bichler, Haifa University - Jonathan Nitzan, York University

The world is ours, we are its lords, and ours it shall remain.
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Restructuring

Together, the two processes of centralisation and transnationalisation made the ownership scene dynamic to an extent never seen before in Israel. And indeed, incessant restructuring was now the third hallmark of the Israeli power structure. What was until a decade ago a very rigid structure, has turned into one of permanent flux. For instance, during the first 50 years of its existence, Koor was under the joint ownership of the Histadrut and Bank Hapoalim. And then, in a matter of ten years, the company was sold and bought several times, first to Shamrock, an investment arm of the Disney family, who then sold it to Bronfman and Kolber, who in turn dismembered it by selling off unwanted assets and buying new ones. Similarly, state assets, once privatised, began rotating between the different actors.

The Israel Corporation and Israel Chemical Industries, for instance, were sold to one of Israel’s biggest foreign investors, Saul Eisenberg.

When Eisenberg died in 1997, his family resold the companies to the Ofer brothers, who then proceeded to chop it to pieces, keeping the parts they liked and selling those they didn’t.


The investment company Clal, which since its inception in 1962 was held jointly by IDB, Bank Leumi and Bank Hapoalim, was taken over by IDB and merged into its operation through massive reorganisation.

All in all, the ownership structure remains as concentrated, complicated and interlinked as before; but now it was also constantly changing.

http://www.kantakji.com/fiqh/Files/Economics/c363.pdf
The Global Political Economy of Israel
Jonathan Nitzan and Shimshon Bichler

First published 2002 by Pluto Press
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By now, our reader must find it a little difficult to make head and tail of this complicated genealogy of the military, politics and business – and yet the plot continues to thicken.

The Elyashar clan, with which these figures were intermarried, dates back to the Ottoman period. The family represented various  European business interests and Zionist organisations, and generally got along well with the regional superpower of the day, supplying food to the Turkish army during the First World War (in partnership with the famous Palestinian Hussaini family), and to the British forces during the Second World War. From this perspective, Israel’s independence in 1948 was somewhat of a setback, particularly since the Israeli Defence Ministry seemed to favour ‘Ashkenazi’ suppliers like Saul Eisenberg and Marcus Katz, over ‘Sephardi’ dealers such as the Elyashars.

And, indeed, Elyashar’s memoirs, To Live with Jews, are replete with nostalgia for the good old days, before the Ashkenazi took over the country, destroying the beautiful coexistence between Sephardi nobility and local Palestinians.

Of course, by the 1980s, when these memoirs were written, the Elyashars were so deeply intertwined with other Israeli ruling families, Ashkenazi as well as Sephardi, that the ethnic line sounded a bit hollow.

Some of these family ties included the Navons, founders of the Jaffa–Jerusalem line, Palestine’s first railroad; the Amzalegs, who represented the British Lloyds, and the Valeros, who were among the first Jerusalem bankers.
All of these families were in turn connected through marriage with the affluent Moialle, Kookia and Shlush families.

The Moialles themselves were linked to Israel Rokach, who, when acting as Interior Minister in Sharet’s government,
nominated his cousin, Aharon Moialle, as his general manager. Yossef Kookia, whose family was Jerusalem’s biggest landlord in the 1930s and the Recanati’s first big depositor, became General Manager of the Justice Ministry during the Austerity period. The Shlush family had intimate business links with the Carassos, Recanati’s partners in  Discount, as well as with the Saharovs with whom they also intermarried.

Like many of its contemporaries, the Saharov family started its career in the wood business, from which it ventured into new areas such as insurance, banking, weaponry and, of course, public service.

Their eldest son, Yekhezkel, was Chaim Weitzman’s bodyguard and Israel’s first chief-of-police.

His deputy in the force was Amos Ben-Gurion, who was nominated for the post while his father, David Ben-Gurion, was Prime Minister. In their infinite wisdom, both Chief Saharov and Deputy Ben-Gurion were hectically mixing public duty with private business, and eventually, after dozens of scandals, were forced to quit their posts. Both were given a second chance.

Amos Ben-Gurion was made manager of Israel’s largest clothing company, Ata, which belonged to Swiss
financier Tibor Rosenbaum
, and whose Israeli representative at the time was Amos Manor, former head of Shin Beit (Israel’s internal security service). When Rosenbaum’s Banque de Crédit Internationale collapsed with much fanfare in the mid-1970s, Ata was passed on to Saul Eisenberg, who replaced Amos Ben-Gurion with Yossef Hermelin, another former head of the Shin Beit.

Yekhezkel Saharov didn’t fare any better. After leaving the police he became Israel’s ambassador to Austria, but was ousted on convictions of false testimony; later, he also got entangled in scandalous land deals in the West Bank. His brother, Liberal Party controller Israel Saharov, had a less illustrious but perhaps more productive career. When Ezer Weitzman became Minister of Defence in Begin’s government, he nominated him to manage the state-owned Israel Aircraft Industries, the country’s largest industrial company. As it turned out, his main job was less to manage and more to privatise, a task to which he devoted himself with much zeal. The news of his success spread quickly, and when Yigal Hurwitz, Weitzman’s second cousin, became Minister of Industry and Trade, he moved Saharov to the helm of another government-owned firm, Israel Chemical Industries, for much the same purpose. Incidentally, the earlier nomination to Israel Aircraft Industries was also motivated by Weitzman’s own business dealings.

As it turns out, Saharov’s daughter was married to a family friend of the Begins, David Koolitz, who, together with Ezer Weitzman and Michael Albin of the Eisenber group, were among the first Israelis to deal openly in arms. Their company, Elul Technologies, represented the U.S.-based General  Dynamics. When American weapon shipments started flowing into the region during the 1970s, the three partners were making commission on every F-16
fighter jet delivered to the IDF.

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Shaul Nehemia Eisenberg, a highest-level Mossad chief and head of Israel Corp., Atasco, and Atwell Security, is suspected of being the chief mastermind of the false-flag terrorism of 9/11.  Eisenberg is also thought to be dead, since 27 March 1997.  Did Shaul Eisenberg, the founder of Israel Corporation, fake his death in 1997 to avoid scrutiny and prosecution for a long list of very serious crimes – including running Mossad's U.S. drug network and 9/11? -
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Biography (from ulike.net)

Eisenberg was active with Asia's Jewish community during World War II, not as a compatriot of the Allies but as a close intelligence and business partner of Japan's Imperial government, which was allied with Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy in the Axis Alliance.

Escaping Nazi-controlled Europe, Eisenberg settled in the Far East, making his primary bases of operation Japanese-occupied Shanghai and Japan itself. In Shanghai, Eisenberg, along with Imperial Japanese military intelligence units, formed units of future Jewish terrorist groups -- the Irgun and the Shanghai Betar (Betar was founded in the 1930s by the Polish Zionist Yakob Jabotinsky, a supporter of Italian Fascist leader Benito Mussolini, to battle the British for control of Palestine and the ideological godfather of later neoconservative oracle Leo Strauss).

The Japanese taught the Jewish paramilitary forces in Shanghai, including some who escaped from Joseph Stalin's Jewish Autonomous Region creation in the Soviet Far East on the Chinese border, how to disrupt colonial occupiers' logistics and command and control elements, strategies that had been successful against the British, Dutch, French, and American colonial authorities in Asia.

The Irgun and Betar gangs would eventually use the knowledge gained from the Japanese in their terror campaign against British and Arab forces in Palestine following World War II. Eventually, Irgun and Betar veterans would form the present-day Likud Party, now headed by Binyamin Netanyahu, a noted extreme right-winger.

After the war, Eisenberg began selling war surplus material, including iron and steel scrap. Married to a Japanese woman, Eisenberg established the Israel Corporation, a huge holding company , which, during the 1970s, began to secretly export Israeli military equipment and weapons to China.

Under a Panama-based company called United Development, Inc., Eisenberg also began exporting weapons to Central America's most insidious dictatorships, including that of Anastasio Somoza in Nicaragua. Eisenberg's vast holdings eventually included Israel Aircraft Industries and Zim Israel Navigation Company.
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« Reply #17 on: March 20, 2017, 01:23:56 PM »


The bulk of his giving, however, is set to happen upon his death—a legacy he began to create in 2005, when, for his ninetieth birthday, he pledged to donate $5 million a year to the Museum of Modern Art, and bequest another $100 million when he dies. He also made a $100 million pledge to the school that bears his family’s name, Rockefeller University, for capital improvements and the support of graduate studies. Harvard was added to the list in 2008 when Rockefeller pledged $100 million to give undergraduates more international opportunities and experiences in the arts.

His largest pledge, however, came in 2006, when he announced he would give $225 million to the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, which he started with his brothers John, Nelson, Laurance and Winthrop, all now deceased. The gift is a big boost to the total assets of that foundation, and will be used to create the David Rockefeller Fund for Global Development. (Or at least that was the plan eight years ago.)

Rockefeller made another bequest of $25 million to the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture. That brings the total set to go out the door upon David Rockefeller's death to $575 million.


Which leads us wonder what other organizations might be receiving large gifts when Rockefeller passes. Some of the more obvious potential beneficiaries include the slew of charitable organizations that bear the Rockefeller family name. Maybe he'll increase his pledge to the Rockefeller Brothers Fund or beef up the Rockefeller Family Fund, which has only modest assets, or turn his own David Rockefeller Fund, which is tiny, into a full-fledged foundation. Or perhaps he'll drop a lot of money on the Rockefeller Foundation, where his son, David Rockefeller, Jr., serves as the board chair.
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Whatever the case, there are number of organizations that will see their finances radically change after David Rockefeller dies. 

I think the total $575 Million is WAY BELOW what his real net worth was... that guy was a billionaire; too many crimes for too many years to be a measly $575M.
Perhaps the answer is in Swiss bank accounts, and we'll never know.

How many heart transplants did he have? Or other organ transplants?
All from young men, no doubt; and young men who were sacrificed (Libya, Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Afghanistan, Kosovo, Haiti...) to give him his replacement parts.
Sick greedy manipulative corrupt controlling eugenicist.

Funny how all that money that he worked so hard to accumulate stays right here with his dead body, as his soul moves on.
And to what? With that legacy, it can't be good.


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« Reply #18 on: March 20, 2017, 01:24:09 PM »
So, one of the controllers of the Office of the Presidency, the entire legislative and judicial branch, (David Rockefeller) worlds most dangerous genocidal terrorist shitbags is now exactly where he belonged decades ago.  Looks like your cybernetic transhumanist agenda to make yourself into an immortal mechano-electrical-bio super being failed heh David?  Too bad you don't have a video camera that can survive the environment of hell so you can video record what it's like down there and then ask God to forward that video footage to your pals in Bilderberg, CFR, RAND Corp, CSIS, all the three to five letter "govt" agencies so they can see what's in store for them next.

Could not have happened to a nicer guy.  You piece of f**king goddamned dogshit.  David Rockefeller, guilty of mass genocide of tens of millions, mentor of Adolph Hitler, part owner of the entire military industrial complex, instrumental in the murder of JFK, instrumental in numerous if not all false flag attacks worldwide especially 9/11.

How "elite" are you now scumbag?


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« Reply #19 on: March 20, 2017, 01:32:19 PM »
I think the total $575 Million is WAY BELOW what his real net worth was... that guy was a billionaire; too many crimes for too many years to be a measly $575M.,,,

Sorry that article was talking just about the amounts that would be DONATED to foundations upon his death ...
His worth ( or the "family" )  worth is well over a trillion ...


https://soapboxie.com/social-issues/David-Rockefeller
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How Much Money Does David Rockefeller Have?

What is David Rockefeller worth? You will find many *cough* "official statements" on seemingly reputable websites that cite an obscene number, but you shouldn't believe it because the real number won't be found.

Call it a "404 page not found" error if you like, but David's grandfather was the first billionaire in America, and if you know how "it takes money to make money," then you know the official numbers are just bunk junk for public consumption. If you were one of the wealthiest men on the planet, then you would surely prefer that people believe that Bill Gates is worth more than you, and you'd only leave a trail for a very small portion of your wealth. This is what David Rockefeller has done.

He's rumored to be worth over a trillion dollars, but Wikipedia says he's worth only $2.9 billion, which is a number so ridiculously low one has to wonder if the person who put it there knows how to balance their own bank account. Wikipedia is terrific for facts, but only if they fit the agendas of the global oligarchy.

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« Reply #20 on: March 20, 2017, 01:32:58 PM »
If They're using classified life extension technologies They'd have to announce the kingpin's death at some point.

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« Reply #21 on: March 20, 2017, 01:41:10 PM »
If he is dead it's very ironic the timing of this....with The Resistance and Trump taking power and all....hmmmmmm...maybe it caused him to go into a depression which was too much for him in his advanced age.

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« Reply #22 on: March 20, 2017, 01:43:17 PM »
^^^^^

yeah, he probably just gave up because he didn't want to live anymore knowing all his money and effort went to waste.

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« Reply #23 on: March 20, 2017, 01:51:24 PM »





Don't believe me. Look it up yourself!

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« Reply #24 on: March 20, 2017, 01:58:38 PM »
The truth will set you free
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9/11 was an inside job
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« Reply #25 on: March 20, 2017, 02:01:42 PM »
The world is ours, we are its lords, and ours it shall remain. – Jack London, The Iron Heel

The big question is who has the keys now ? Gates? Soros? Who?

http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/US-Sen-Jay-Rockefeller-Heads-into-Retirement-287414211.html
U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller Heads into Retirement
Five-term U.S. senator from West Virginia to remain active
Published at 1:53 PM EST on Jan 3, 2015
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John D. Rockefeller IV - universally known as Jay - was born in New York City in 1937. His father, John D. Rockefeller III, was a well-known philanthropist. Uncles Winthrop (Arkansas) and Nelson (New York) were Republican governors. Another uncle, David Rockefeller, ran Chase Manhattan Bank.

Jay Rockefeller took a different path.

http://www.johnahartford.org/events/view/the-2017-national-voices-of-medicare-summit-and-senator-jay-rockefeller-lec
The 2017 National Voices of Medicare Summit and Senator Jay Rockefeller Lecture
Posted March 6, 2017

The 4th Annual National Voices of Medicare Summit and Senator Jay Rockefeller Lecture will be held on Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 8:30 am (breakfast and registration at 8:30 am, event begins at 9:00 am).

Senator Sherrod Brown will speak as this years Senator Jay Rockefeller Lecturer. Senator Jay Rockefeller will introduce Senator Brown and join in the Q&A.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jay_Rockefeller


http://www.cfr.org/experts/asia-and-pacific-japan-cybersecurity/john-d-rockefeller-iv/b11886
John D. Rockefeller IV

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Cybersecurity, intelligence, Japan, and East Asia.
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n 1984, he was elected to the U.S. Senate, and re-elected in 1990, 1996, 2002 and 2008, retiring at the end of his term in 2015. He has been a member of the Council on Foreign Relations since 1978.
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« Reply #26 on: March 20, 2017, 02:07:40 PM »
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« Reply #27 on: March 20, 2017, 02:21:01 PM »
Kock Bros.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/08/23/rick-manning-soros-koch-brothers-collude-empty-federal-prisons/
Rick Manning: Soros and Koch Brothers Collude to Empty Federal Prisons
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It all makes sense from George Soros’ perspective, as he seeks to finish the transformation of the United States from a place where people are free from government intrusion into their lives to one where the government determines what freedoms the people will be allowed.

The question is what is up with the Koch Brothers?

In a recent letter to funders of their contribution network, Mark Holder, the General Counsel of Koch Industries and the Chairman of their umbrella political funding operation, Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce, urged these donors to accomplish another of Soros’ and Black Lives Matters objectives by “banning the box.” The evil box in question is the one on an employment application that asks if someone has ever been arrested or convicted of a crime and for them to explain.
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« Reply #28 on: March 20, 2017, 02:26:43 PM »
DO YOU REALLY THINK IT'S A COINCIDENCE HIS DEATH WAS ANNOUNCED AT THE SPRING EQUINOX?

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I have to laugh at the subheading over that quote... "Populist paranoia"
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« Reply #30 on: March 20, 2017, 05:22:02 PM »
Bilderberg Expose in 1981 Penthouse Magazine
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Found another thing again in one of these dirty old porn mags. Seems back in the 1980s Penthouse was very anti-establishment - they even had this hilarious article in another issue where they depicted David Rockefeller as a cockroach.



Ouch - 'David Rockefeller: The American Disaster'. That didn't win it any friends back then I assume. Shame the magazine has turned into total softcore porn peddling ever since the '90s - forget about any articles of this ilk ever appearing in there again.



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A Penthouse reporter infiltrates for the first time the most exclusive private meeting on earth and discovers a horrifying truth about the people who run the world.

There are those who believe that the world secretly is ruled by the Central Intelligence Agency. There are those who believe that the world secretly is ruled by the Skull and Bones Society of Yale College. There are those who believe that the world secretly is ruled by the Council on Foreign Relations. There are those who believe the world secretly is ruled by The Trilateral Commission. There are those who believe that the world secretly is ruled by the Bavarian llluminati, despite evidence that the strings are really being pulled by the Rosicrucians (AMORC) out in San Jose.

But there is one point on which all who believe that the world secretly is ruled by somebody will agree: the ultra-elite that rules those who appear to rule us, the shining eye at the top of the pyramid on the flip side of the dollar bill, meets each year in a mysterious, tightly secured conclave known as "Bilderberg."

And it's true. I know. I was there, at Bilderberg 1980, the first journalist in history to infiltrate the most exclusive private international gathering on earth. I emerged, having discovered the deepest, most closely guarded secret of Bilderberg, which I am privileged to share, in all its horripilating ghastliness, with you.

In April of each year, approximately 100 of the Western world's most influential individuals converge on a small hotel somewhere in Europe or America for the two and-a-half-day Bilderberg meeting. The Bilderberg meetings have been a major factor in the unwritten history of the past quarter-century. The interpersonal links forged at the conference were, for example, instrumental in bringing German Socialists into the Western system in the 1950s, in resolving the discord caused by the Anglo-French invasion of Egypt in 1956, and in dissipating the Trans-Atlantic tensions caused by the refusal of the European nations to give landing rights to the United States' airlift to Israel during the 1973 war. The Common Market was nurtured at Bilderberg, and the meetings were a catalyst in the process by which Britain decided to join. The Trilateral Commission, which, heaven help us, taught candidate Jimmy Carter everything he knew about foreign affairs and in 1977 supplied him with a prefab administration, germinated at the 1972 Bilderberg meeting.

Among those who have participated in the conferences are top personnel of such publications as the New York Times, the Washington Post, Time, Newsweek, Britain's the Economist, Germany's Die Zeit, Italy's La Stampa, and France's Le Monde. Yet in the 27 years that the conferences have been held, no firsthand account of a single one of them has appeared in any major medium.

This peculiar lapse has three causes. First, the media personnel who have attended have been invited, not as working press, but as full participants. They understand that should they publish stories about Bilderberg, their calls to the priceless sources that can be developed at the conferences will thereafter not be returned.



"First, the media personnel who have attended have been invited, not as working press, but as full participants. They understand that should they publish stories about Bilderberg, their calls to the priceless sources that can be developed at the conferences will therafter not be returned."

"Second, efforts are made to discourage and deflect press coverage. It is difficult to obtain any information about an upcoming conference. Security arrangements at the gatherings are forbidding."

"Third, and perhaps most significant, is a lack of inclination to explore the nature and structure of power on the part of media personnel grown intellectually sluggish from sucking on the teat of government handouts and programmed leaks"



Second, efforts are made to discourage and deflect press coverage. It is difficult to obtain any information about an upcoming conference. Security arrangements at the gatherings are forbidding.

Third, and perhaps most significant, is a lack of inclination to explore the nature and structure of power on the part of media personnel grown intellectually sluggish from sucking on the teat of government handouts and programmed leaks.[/b]


The result of this amalgam of discretion, security, and laziness has been a de facto news blackout of one of the most remarkable and important institutions of our time. That blackout ends with this article. The first step in getting into the 1980 Bilderberg conference had to be to find out where and when it was to be held. No press release or other public announcement of this sensitive information is ever made. So I must improvise.

Bilderberg Meetings, the foundation that runs the conferences, is not listed in the Europa Yearbook or in any of the other standard reference works containing addresses of international organizations. The foundation is organized under the laws of the Netherlands. A contact at the Dutch Embassy is able to obtain the address of its office for me. I write:

The undersigned is conducting a study of emerging patterns of international cooperation and in this connection would appreciate receiving information literature regarding your organization's activities and publications.

Also, to be informed of the date and location of the next plenary meeting to be sponsored by your organization.

Many thanks for your consideration.

I get back a politely typed letter that informs me that "the executive Secretariat is in The Hague, but there is also an American office in New York: American Friends of Bilderberg, Inc. . . . I have sent a copy of your letter to this address, and I am sure you will hear from them shortly." My question about the date and location is ignored.[/size]


the executive Secretariat is in The Hague, but there is also an American office in New York: American Friends of Bilderberg, Inc


A month goes by. Nothing from American Friends of Bilderberg. I write them a letter identical in wording to the one I sent to Bilderberg Meetings. There is no response.

It's time to take off the gloves.

American Friends of Bilderberg, Inc., retains a New York public-relations man to conduct its office. My assistant telephones his secretary.

"I'm making reservations for my boss, who's going to be at the Bilderberg meeting," she says, "and I need to know the name of the nearest airport."

"It's Cologne," says the unsuspecting secretary. Koln, the westernmost large city in the Federal Republic of Germany. "And how far is it from there to the conference center?"

"It's about forty-five minutes away. But there'll be transportation from the airport to Aachen."

Aachen... center of Catholic resistance to Hitler. First city to surrender to the invading Allies in 1945.

The conferences always run from a Friday through a Sunday, usually in late April. My assistant takes a shot. "What time are most of the conferees flying out of Cologne on the twenty-seventh?"

"You mean the twentieth," says the secretary.

Bingo. "Let me see here—right, April twentieth."

"Well, the meeting concludes with lunch on Sunday. So most of the participants will be leaving that afternoon."

I call my travel agent and ask him where he would stay in Aachen, West Germany, if he were secretly ruling the world.

"Only one possibility," he says. "The Quellenhof. Old, five stars, plenty of class."

"Book me in there as a single. Arrive Thursday April seventeenth, depart Sunday the twentieth."

But the agent calls me back. "I telephoned the Steigenberger reservation service in Manhattan. They said the Quellenhof's completely booked for the dates you want. So I telexed the hotel. And sure enough—they have nothing available. Over a weekend in April? I can't see it."

"I can," I say. "Don't worry about it. Catch you later."

I write the hotel as follows:

Gentlemen:

I am planning to be in Aachen for the Bilderberg meeting and wish to reserve a single room with shower, arriving April 17, 1980, departing April 20.

Kindly write me, confirming the above arrangements.

I receive a prompt reply:

Dear Sir:

We have received your request and hasten to let you know that reservation orders concerning the event "Bilderberg Meeting" are to be directed to the following address:

Dr. Franz Schoser Deutscher Industrie und Handelstags Adenauer Allee, 148 5300 Bonn We should be glad to find your requirements at the reservation-list and remain Sincerely, STEIGENBERGER PARKHOTEL QUELLENHOF Direktion /sj Kurt F. Seidler

Deutscher Industrie und Handelstags (DIHT) is the West German Association of Chambers of Industry and Commerce, headed by Otto Wolff von Amerongen, Cologne industrialist and a key Bilderberg figure. Schoser is the organization's executive director. Evidently DIHT is acting as the Aachen meeting's local sponsor. I compose a letter to the group and arrange to have it sent out on the letterhead of a company owned by a friend:

Dear Dr. Schoser: I am writing to you at the suggestion of the direction of the Steigenberger Parkhotel Quellenhof in Aachen.

I am planning to visit Aachen on business from April 16 through April 23, 1980. I would like to stay at the Quellenhof. I am, however, informed that all rooms are being held by you for a conference that will take place for several days during that period.

May I prevail upon you to see whether you still anticipate requiring all the accommodations at the hotel for this conference, and, if you can spare a room or suite, to notify the hotel so that it can make a reservation in my name?

I would appreciate your writing me, letting me know whether this will be possible so that I can make other arrangements if it is not.

Many thanks for your kind assistance.

Weeks go by. There is no answer from Schoser. I make reservations at a small hotel around the corner from the Quellenhof and book my Cologne flights, in via Paris and out via Zurich.

I call the New York PR man.

"I understand you handle American Friends of Bilderberg, Inc.," I say.

"Handle?" he says. "Well, not precisely. I'm assistant secretary of the group. What can I do for you?"

"I'm going to be doing an article for Penthouse on the meetings. I'm going to be in Aachen, and I'd like to get into the Quellenhof."

"Oh, I'm afraid that wouldn't be possible," he says. "The hotel will be closed. Only those who are attending the meeting will be allowed to enter the building. It's a rule of very long standing."

"I know," I say. "That's why I'm calling you. I want you to make me the exception that proves the rule."

"But it's not up to me, you see," he says. "It's up to the Bilderberg Meetings people over in Holland. I'm certain that if you write to them, they'll be happy to consider your request."

I get a hunch. "What's the address there?"

"I don't have it on my desk right now. And unfortunately my secretary has stepped away. I'll drop you a note with it. How's that?"

That's precious. The guy who runs the office of American Friends of Bilderberg trying to get me to believe he doesn't know the address of the organization he's the American friend of.

"Let me explain something to you," I say. "No one has ever succeeded in keeping me from covering a story. You're not going to be the first. If you don't want to, you needn't tell me the address of Bilderberg Meetings so that I can write them. I can get it very easily. It's printed at the top of the letter they wrote me, suggesting that I write you."

"Hmm," he hmms. "I see."

"Now what I'd very much appreciate at this point is that you put an end to this very tiresome runaround and write to The Hague, requesting that I be admitted to the hotel. Is that agreeable to you?"

"Yes, well, okay then," he says. "I'll see what I can do and get back to you." Too much time passes. I call back. He says The Hague hasn't answered his letter.

"Listen," I say. "I'm holding plane and hotel reservations for Aachen. I'm going to be there one way or the other. When I come back, I'm going to write about it. I appreciate your position. I know that you would prefer not to have any press coverage. I understand that the prospect of my being there must be very disturbing to you. But I suggest that since I'm going to be writing about Bilderberg regardless of what you do, it would be in your best interest to cooperate with me as much as possible."

"I'm trying to, Mr. Karpel."

"I know you are. But I don't want to hear about letters to The Hague not being answered. If this really is so, and I have difficulty believing that it is, cable The Hague. Telephone The Hague. Send a bank courier to The Hague, but get me an answer. In the meantime, I'd be grateful if you would take the matter up with your fellow officers of American Friends of Bilderberg. What I write will have a direct and immediate impact on them, and I think the most prudent course they can take is to see to it that I am not antagonized."

"I'll see what I can do."

He calls back. "I've discussed your request with Bill Bundy, who's the honorary secretary-general of the Bilderberg Meetings for the United States. I hope to have an answer for you shortly."

I do not get an answer shortly. It is getting close to the date of the meeting. I call him yet again. He tells me that the question is still under consideration.

"Consider this," I say, "I'm going to get inside the Quellenhof during this conference. The only question is whether I will get inside with or without your cooperation."

"Mr. Karpel," he says, "even the participants' wives won't be able to go into the Quellenhof. They have to stay at another hotel, nearby!"




"Mr. Karpel," he says, "even the participants' wives won't be able to go into the Quellenhof. They have to stay at another hotel, nearby!"



"But I'm not a participant's wife. I'm a journalist."

We agree to talk again the following week. When I call him, prepared for yet another fencing match, to my amazement he tells me that Bundy has agreed to play. I ask him to send me a note confirming this so there won't be any misunderstanding when I get to Aachen. He says he will.

More than a week goes by, however, and no letter. It is only days until my departure. The sand is running out of the hourglass. My eyes narrow to slits. Steam begins to come out of my ears. I have my assistant call and tell him that since his letter evidently has gotten lost in the mail, she is sending a messenger over to his office right now to pick up another one. In case the "replacement" letter isn't quite ready when he gets there, the messenger will have instructions to wait.

An envelope is waiting at his office when the messenger arrives. The letter inside doesn't commit to anything. It wouldn't pass me into the Circle Twin Cinema in Helena, Mont., let alone into a Bilderberg meeting. It does, however, say, " . . . I suggest that you contact Mr. William P. Bundy at the Quellenhof Hotel Thursday morning, April 17, should you not get any information from me earlier." I figure that this sentence will at least allow me to raise a stink if I get stiff-armed in Aachen, and I pack my bag...

The Aachen meeting was to take place in the early days of the deepest rift in European-American relations since the Second World War. The full horror of the spastic flailings of the midget in the White House was beginning to dawn on Europe. Jimmy Carter had spooked European leaders into instituting sanctions against Iran by threatening to take military action if they refused. Yet less than a week after the conference ended, he would take military action anyway. Carter had responded to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan by speaking loudly and carrying a small stick. The people of West Germany looked at 16,000 Warsaw Pact tanks poised on their eastern border and swallowed hard. The 1980 meeting would be the most critical in the history of Bilderberg. Its agenda would be as encompassing as the emerging sense of crisis: "America and Europe—Past, Present, and Future." And I would be there.

Each flight into Cologne Airport that has Bilderberg participants aboard this sunny Thursday afternoon is met at the gate by a chauffeur engaged by Deutscher Industrie und Handelstags—and by me. I stand with arms folded, the stubby, black antenna of my Wilson HH-400C walkie-talkie protruding from the pocket of my suit jacket. I nod gravely at the two municipal police officers opposite me. They nod gravely back. If you can't beat the security men and you can't join them, act like one. The Quellenhof, four stories of turn-of-the-century gentility, overlooks lawns bedded with flowers. All of its rooms have been reserved for the participants and their assistants. For those Bilderbergers who wish to take the waters, there is a bathhouse next door. Across a reflecting pool is the International Spielcasino, convenient in case any members of the power elite wish to put their chips on the line. In the driveway of the complex's underground parking garage, on the roof, and in front of the hotel are pairs of Aachen policemen in green uniforms with gold shirts, one member of each with a Heckler & Koch nine-millimeter submachine gun slung muzzle down over a shoulder.

I buttonhole Bundy, editor of Foreign Affairs, ultraprestigious journal of the Council on Foreign Relations, and introduce myself. Bundy is a good sport.

Bundy: So you're definitely doing this for Penthouse?

Karpel: Look, I'm not picky. I'll do it for Foreign Affairs if you'll cover my hotel and air fare.

Bundy: I'm afraid our economics aren't, uh, scaled for that kind of expenditure.



Karpel: Look, I'm not picky. I'll do it for Foreign Affairs if you'll cover my hotel and air fare.

Bundy: I'm afraid our economics aren't, uh, scaled for that kind of expenditure.


Har har. Criminal CFR magazine didn't want to shed light on the oh-so-precious Bilderberg meetings - they're even feeding the 'enlightened' a lot of crap and baloney then if they keep these little secrets from them.


Karpel: Well, then, it looks like I'm definitely doing it for Penthouse. Bundy: Wish we could afford to spring for that sort of thing. Part of the benefits of being a mass publication, I suppose..

Bundy introduces me to Paul B. Finney, executive editor of Fortune, who after the Aachen meeting will be superseding Bundy as Bilderberg's honorary secretary-general for the United States. Bundy and Finney appear so relieved that I am not wearing alligator clips on my nipples, a black patent-leather jockstrap, and snakeskin chaps that they seem on the verge of running me for the prime ministership of a small country—oh, say, Iceland. Finney in turn introduces me to Vernon E. Jordan, Jr., president of the National Urban League, and investment banker George W. Ball. The next thing I know I'm tete-a-tete with Marcus Wallenberg, the ancient Stockholm banker.

As other Bilderbergers see me chatting with the most powerful man in Sweden, they assume I must belong where I am. I feel myself blending in. I find that if I act as if I know the participants, they act as if they know me. By striding purposefully at all times, and composing my features to simulate concern as to whether my latest drop-lock floating-rate bond offering will be fully subscribed while I'm away from the office, I am able to move freely about. What language, I wonder, do they speak in Iceland?

The presence of David Rockefeller is indispensable at Bilderberg. Rockefeller is not just the chairman of the board of Chase Manhattan Bank. He is, figuratively, the chairman of the board of the Western economy. But where is he? It's after dinner on Thursday, and no David.




"The presence of David Rockefeller is indispensable at Bilderberg. He is, figuratively, the chairman of the board of the Western economy."



I am seated next to the Bilderberg registration table, pretending to be fascinated by Steigenberger Journal, the house organ of the chain that runs the Quellenhof. A DIHT aide bounces over, bearing glad tidings. "David will arrive by private plane at twenty-two fifteen," he happily tells Franz Schoser, the German trade group's executive director. The men of DIHT and the ladies of the Bilderberg Secretariat decide to celebrate. A tray of Bloody Marys appears. It disappears. Several trays of Bloodys later, David's Grumman Gulfstream has had time to land, and the staff is feeling no pain. "When David comes in," the aide vamps, "we must put away the whiskey."

A Mercedes pulls under the porte cochere. The booze goes on the floor, and Schoser goes out the door. False alarm. Out from under the table comes the tray. Every time a Mercedes approaches, the same little ballet. Franz Schoser makes up a song. "David" he calls across an imaginary alpine valley. "David, David, David, David-David-David, Day-y-y-y-vid!" His colleagues fall down. They are having difficulty breathing. Schoser is killing them.

"David! David, David, David-David-David, David, Day-y-y-y-vid!"

Another Mercedes. Who can be bothered to hide the Bloodys? Schoser wobbles out the door. He is back instantly, the picture of sobriety. "It's him!"

As the tray clatters to the floor, in walk David Rockefeller and James A. Perkins, former president of Cornell University and retired member of Bilderberg's International Steering Committee, now chairman of the International Council for Educational Development and a director of Chase. Rockefeller is wearing a medium gray suit, a light blue shirt, a dark gray tie with a gold clip, and is carrying a tan canvas Pan Am bag. He is slightly stooped at the shoulders but, in all, looks ten years younger than 65. He shoots a smile at the hostesses. Perkins walks up to the table. "Mr. Perkins and Mr. Rockefeller," he says, as if they didn't know.

As soon as they are safely on the lift, there are groans of relief from the Bilderberg staff and a tray of Bloody Marys rises from the floor.

The formal sessions of Bilderberg are absolutely private. A Uomo Vogue fashion spread of state police with pistols bulging under their tweeds is stationed at the door of the hotel's conference center with strict instructions to keep out the press—namely, me. However, the Penthouse reader's right to know is not to be thwarted by a mere dozen heavily armed fops.

Once one is inside the Brussels Hall, there is no security. The conferees are seated in alphabetical order so that Sir Harry Tuzo of Marconi Space and Defense Systems Ltd., the former British army commander in Northern Ireland, sits next to Victor H. Umbricht, the Swiss businessman (Ciba-Giegy A.G.) behind the International Red Cross, who sits next to Helen Vlachos, the Greek newspaperwoman who was a key figure in the opposition to the regime of the colonels, who sits next to Marcus Wallenberg. David Rockefeller is flanked by Romano Prodi, professor of industrial economics at Italy's University of Bologna, on his left, and Lord Roll, the London investment banker, on his right. Henry Kissinger is in between Helmut Kohl, parliamentary leader of West Germany's Christian Democrats, and Walther Leisler Kiep, finance minister of the West German state of Lower Saxony.

The tone of the controversy is set at the first session, on Friday morning. The conferees can be divided into two categories. The majority, including most of the old Bilderberg hands, insists that nothing unusually disturbing is going on in the world, that the alliance will muddle through somehow, as it always has, and that a business as-usual approach to world affairs will suffice. A minority holds that the use of Soviet troops in Afghanistan, traditionally considered a buffer state, dramatically ruptures the status quo; that the chaos in Iran has created a dangerous power vacuum; that under the spastic presidency of Jimmy Carter, the United States has lost its ability to cooperate with its allies and contend with its adversaries; and that a reassessment of the premises and capabilities of the Western alliance is needed.

We are in Germany, land of fairy tales; so it is fitting that the dominant faction at Bilderberg says the emperor's clothes are in tolerably good shape, while a rump group cries that the sky is falling. The business-as-usual crowd includes such personalities as Denis Healey, British Labor party leader, former defense minister and chancellor of the exchequer, one of the original Bilderbergers; Greek shipowner Costa Carras; McGeorge Bundy, formerly U.S. national security adviser, now a professor of history at New York University; and Douglas Hurd, number three in the British Foreign Office.

Its big gun is George W. Ball, 71, America's best-known "former under secretary of state." Ball's most prepossessing quality is the sharpness of his wit. It is not Ball's ideas that are so decisively influential here, but his ability to ridicule the ideas of others. "I don't think he knows where Somalia is," he says of a fellow Bilderberger, loud enough for others to hear.

The Chicken Little contingent does not want for acute minds. There are Germany's Kohl and Kiep; New York oil consultant Walter J. Levy; former Kissinger aide Helmut Sonnenfeldt, now with the Brookings Institution; Max Kohnstamm, president of the European University; Hedley Donovan, who quit as editor-in-chief of Time and joined the White House staff to try to keep the Carter presidency he'd help float from sinking. But Ball is able to shoot down every proposal they make. Spend big numbers for theater nuclear forces in Europe? Absurd. A stern response to Soviet mischief in Afghanistan? Inane. Military action against Tehran? Ludicrous. Economic sanctions? Farcical. Ball masterfully exploits his clubmates' terror of having their dignity punctured by a flick of his barbed tongue.

At the Saturday morning session, Kiep expresses dismay at the way America's economic excesses are dragging Europe down with her. "The European observer cannot fail to be irritated by the fact that by comparison with European prices, the price of gasoline, taxes included . . . represents . . . less than half the selling price in the Federal Republic of Germany, France, and Italy.... Stabilization of the dollar is only . . . conceivable in the long run to the extent that the U.S. restores equilibrium to its balance of payments. To do this, it must begin by substantially reducing dependence on energy imports, by persuading the consumer to conserve energy, and by imposing on its energy sector a free-market price system."

West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt arrives just after lunch. Schmidt shrugs his topcoat into the hands of an aide and strides momentously into the Brussels Hall. It turns out that no one has told Schmidt that he is expected to address the group. The chancellor asks for a summary of the proceedings. He is told that the consensus is that no extraordinary action is necessary. One of those who view Iran and Afghanistan as chunks of falling sky cannot contain himself. "That doesn't sound like the meeting I've been attending," he complains.

Schmidt says he will go along with Carter's call for sanctions, but he thinks they will have little effect. In no event will they be permitted to interfere with the Federal Republic's diplomatic opening to the Soviets. U.S. unreliability requires that Europeans take no steps that would compromise their own security or economic interests. "There's trouble in the family," he says.

Demonstrators gather across the street. It's probably my fault. I took the liberty of tipping off the local newspaper to what Bilderberg was, and that it was being held in Aachen. The result was a front-page photo in the Aachener Nachrichten, showing four men at the pinnacle of planetary power—Lord Home, former British prime minister and foreign secretary, the meetings' chairman; Otto Wolff von Amerongen, Cologne industrialist, president of DIHT; William P. Bundy; and an unidentified individual bearing an uncanny resemblance to the author of this article. The story has brought out the masses—more precisely, eight representatives of the masses, carrying placards that read, in German, "BILDERBERG=ARMS TRADE + COLD WAR," "MONEY DOESN'T SMELL BUT THE MONEYBAGS SMELL," and similar sentiments. During a break many of the Bilderbergers walk outside to see what the excitement is about. The masses are outnumbered by the elite. The conferees joke nervously among themselves and, with much shaking of heads and clucking of tongues, translate to each other the demonstrators' leaflets.

"I feel uncomfortable being on this side of a picket line," Murray H. Finley, president of the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, says to me, apparently under the impression that I am a malefactor of great wealth.

"Don't let it get to you, Murray," I say. "Happens to me all the time."

No wonder the predominant view in the meetings' sessions is that, given America's lack of resolve, its allies are best advised to shift toward a neutralist stance. Leave aside the 20 Soviet divisions in East Germany—eight West German leftists and a crayon and the Bilderbergers' palms begin suddenly to sweat. "STOPPT DIE KALTEN KRIEGER 'BILDERBERGER' IN AACHEN," say the demonstrators' leaflets. If they only knew how stoppt the reluctant cold warriors of Bilderberg really were.

George Ball, Bilderberg's Mr. Warmth, stalks back into the hotel. Vernon Jordan is chatting with Paul Finney.

"You know what one of their signs says?" Ball growls. " 'BILDERBERGERS STEP ON THE FACES OF THE POOR TO GET TO THE WORLD'S RESOURCES!' Go out there and tell them, Vernon. Tell them you step on the faces of the poor to get to the world's resources."

The head of the Urban League furrows his brow and jives. "I think they talkin' about you, George!"

Saturday, eight o'clock. Dinner is served. A main topic of discussion among the diners is the divisive effect on the Atlantic alliance of oil. Therefore the power that keeps the stars in their courses has thoughtfully contrived to name the conference's dining room the Schwarz Gold Saal: the Black Gold Room.

At the final session, the following morning, Kissinger has been asked to sum up. He is not in sympathy with the complacency of the Bilderberg inner circle. It is the incoherence of Carter's economic and foreign policies, he says, that has precipitated the current crisis of confidence in Europe. If this administration is not turned out of office, it must be made to see that its policy of encouraging revolts against authoritarian governments results in the seizure of power by regimes that are even more repressive of human rights. Both America's deprecation of the use of power and its cancellation of defense programs embolden the Soviet Union. The United States and Europe together must delineate limits of acceptable conduct to the U.S.S.R. The Russian offensive must be halted. The hour is late. The Western world is drifting out of control.


At the final session, the following morning, Kissinger has been asked to sum up. He is not in sympathy with the complacency of the Bilderberg inner circle. It


The discovery of Bilderberg is the discovery that there is an extent to which private power is institutionalized and centralized, that the drama takes place at particular times on particular stages, and that the players have names. That this is not well known is due to the fact that the public government plies the press with leaks and releases, while the private government does its best to maintain media silence.


"The discovery of Bilderberg is the discovery that there is an extent to which private power is institutionalized and centralized, tha the drama takes place at particular times on particular stages, and that the players have names. That this is not well known is due to the fact that the public government piles the press with leaks and releases, while the private government does its best to maintain media silence"

There is nothing reprehensible about the privacy of Bilderberg. If we wish to have a society with a private sector, we cannot begrudge the leading actors of that sector the right to meet in privacy, even in secrecy. That a private group should do its best to exercise its share of power is not a scandal, but the essence of our system. If the influence of Bilderberg among the nations of the West is an outrage, consider the nations of the East. The citizens of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, of the People's Republic of China, need not fall in line with the policies, sometimes wise, often wrongheaded, of a private government. They need only submit to the dictates of an implacable, all-inclusive public government. It is a lamentable fact that in the West the elite attempts to use the state. This problem does not exist in the East. In the East the elite are the state.


That a private group should do its best to exercise its share of power is not a scandal, but the essence of our system. If the influence of Bilderberg among the nations of the West is an outrage, consider the nations of the East. The citizens of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, of the People's Republic of China, need not fall in line with the policies, sometimes wise, often wrongheaded, of a private government. They need only submit to the dictates of an implacable, all-inclusive public government. It is a lamentable fact that in the West the elite attempts to use the state. This problem does not exist in the East. In the East the elite are the state

Nice false dichotomy there. 'What would you rather have, the Soviet elites?" Hey buddy, what if they are both on the same team, eh? Ever thought of that?


The implication that centralization means control is part of the illusion of Bilderberg. The reality is that private power is so diffused in the Euro-American world—among corporations, banks, unions, and every imaginable type of pressure group—that concerted action is extremely difficult to mobilize unless the threat is grave, imminent, and extraordinarily easy to understand. But the revival of Islam as a geopolitical force and the reappearance of a traditional, pre-Soviet, Russian expansionism, are not yet widely comprehended—either by the public at large or by the men of Bilderberg.

The problem with Bilderberg is that it is, in the truest sense, reactionary. It reacts. Reviewing the agendas of recent meetings, one sees that there is no reluctance to confront troublesome issues, but it always seems to be last year's troublesome issues that are being confronted. One might imagine that the goal of Bilderberg must secretly be to attempt to shape future events and seek to profit from them. But in practice the purpose of the meetings is to assess what has already happened and to figure out how best to respond to it, with a view toward hanging onto past gains. One of the innermost Bilderbergers told me that there was concern among his colleagues "that the West is playing catchup ball with the Soviet Union." I said I found this not surprising, since it was my impression that the Bilderberg conferees were playing catch-up ball with world problems in general. Where among the ostensible heavy hitters of Bilderberg, I asked, were the MVPs who could pull off the clutch plays needed to get the West out of its slump?

The innermost Bilderberger thought for a while. "These are men of affairs," he said, "not visionaries."

But what if we find ourselves in a world where great vision is required merely to conduct one's affairs? The men of Bilderberg are not leaders but managers. Their search for stability over the past quarter century has helped plunge us into a dizzying whorl of instability. In 1980 they met, not to formulate a plan, but to reassure each other that their world would somehow survive without one. Their agenda did not consider this question: Can a civilization preserve itself if the main concern of its managers is self-preservation?

It is not inherently sinister to convene an assembly of wise men, led by those whom the wise believe to be the wisest. But one feels a certain queasiness when, like Dorothy's little dog, Toto, one pulls aside the curtain and discovers that wizards haven't the slightest idea what to do. To insinuate oneself into such company, and to return then to the realm of roller disco and headphone radios, is like slipping up the spiral stairway of a transoceanic 747 and into the cockpit only to discover that there is no one there. The night is dark. A howling storm lies ahead. You descend to the main cabin. The dinner service has been concluded. A number of passengers are noisily airing petty complaints. The lights dim. The movie is about to begin...

And so the secret, the hideous grisly secret of Bilderberg is revealed. There's nobody at the controls, folks. We're flying blind. Let's hope there's foam on the runway, friends and neighbors, 'cause we're coming in on a wing and a prayer.

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Re: David Rockefeller is dead...
« Reply #31 on: March 21, 2017, 07:34:48 AM »
Bill & Hillary Clinton pay tribute to late ‘friend’ David Rockefeller
https://www.rt.com/usa/381553-rockefeller-tributes-clinton-bush/
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Re: David Rockefeller is dead...
« Reply #32 on: March 21, 2017, 10:44:39 AM »
Interesting how little coverage of the death in the MSM of a demon ... 
Even Alex is muted lets see if he covers it later ...

Must be an illuminati Sabatean private affair ...



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Corbett Report: David Rockefeller, Eugenics-Obsessed Globalist, Dies at 101
« Reply #33 on: March 21, 2017, 01:01:34 PM »
David Rockefeller, Eugenics-Obsessed Globalist, Dies at 101
https://www.corbettreport.com/david-rockefeller-eugenics-obsessed-globalist-dies-at-101/
Corbett • 03/22/2017

David Rockefeller, Sr., the last surviving member of the so-called “third generation” of the infamous Rockefeller dynasty, died in his sleep on Monday, aged 101.

If we lived in a world where headlines bore any connection to reality, the front pages of newspapers around the world would be informing us that one of history’s richest and most powerful eugenicists, an arch-globalist and committed enemy of humanity, had finally shuffled off this mortal coil.

Sadly, we do not live in such a world.

Instead we get this treacle-covered dreck served up to us by the New York Times: “David Rockefeller, Philanthropist and Head of Chase Manhattan, Dies at 101.

Or this narcolepsy-inducing nonsense from our friends at PBS: “David Rockefeller, billionaire philanthropist and businessman, dies at 101.

And the brightly-colored peacock? They omit even to mention that tawdry bit about business: “Billionaire Philanthropist David Rockefeller Dead at 101.”

On the other hand, I can sympathize with their conundrum. It would be impossible to condense such villainy down to a single headline. It would be like announcing the death of Darth Vader, except without the redemptive bit at the end. “Lord Vader, Scourge of the Galaxy, Dies on the Death Star; Ewok Funeral Pyre Dance at Sundown.”

Indeed, where does one begin when attempting to enumerate the evils embodied by this man?

Chase Manhattan Bank? Chairman and CEO, David Rockefeller.

Council on Foreign Relations? Chairman, David Rockefeller.

Bilderberg? Founding member and advisor to the steering committee, David Rockefeller.

Trilateral Commission? Founder, David Rockefeller.

Rockefeller Brothers Fund? Co-founder, David Rockefeller.

Eugenicist? When the world’s richest eugenicists meet to plan how to reduce the world’s population, they are called to the table by David Rockefeller and they meet at The President’s House of Rockefeller University (where else)?

Recolonization of China? Spearheaded by David Rockefeller.

Chairman Mao? His “revolution” was admired by David Rockefeller.

North American Union? Forget that, David Rockefeller was busy working on a North and South American Union.

Globalist? Well, don’t ask me, ask him:

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“Some even believe we (the Rockefeller family) 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.”
-David Rockefeller, Memoirs, page 405

I could go on. And on and on. And don’t worry, I will in this week’s edition of The Corbett Report podcast. But let’s be clear: There is no joy to be had in the death of another, even a Rockefeller. He left this world as he came into it: filthy rich, gluttonously greedy and mercilessly cruel. He has bequeathed that to the next generation of minions who will swoop in to fill his place in the power vacuum. The world has gained nothing by his death, surely not a respite from the powers-that-shouldn’t-be who will continue on exactly as before.

As always, the solace is to be found not in the death of a Rockefeller but in the mass of humanity that is awakening to his machinations. Let us neither mourn nor celebrate this day, but continue on with our quest as those aligned against us will no doubt continue on with theirs.

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Re: David Rockefeller is dead...
« Reply #34 on: March 21, 2017, 01:06:24 PM »
But do the "cousins" have the globalist keys to the trillions?

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-03-20/david-rockefeller-banker-philanthropist-heir-dies-at-101
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Leadership of the family now falls upon the generation known as “The Cousins,” the great-grandchildren of John D. Rockefeller. David Rockefeller said he was confident his six children and grandchildren would carry on the philanthropic and activist legacy of the family’s century-old fortune.

“If they will have learned the important things about life and how to lead it, that could be my greatest contribution,” Rockefeller said in a May 2007 interview. “I have reason to think that they will.”
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earlier Moma :

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abby_Aldrich_Rockefeller
Abigail Greene "Abby" Aldrich Rockefeller (October 26, 1874 – April 5, 1948) was an American socialite and philanthropist. Through her marriage to financier and philanthropist John D. Rockefeller Jr., she was a prominent member of the Rockefeller family. Referred to as the "woman in the family", she was known for being the driving force behind the establishment of the Museum of Modern Art, on 53rd Street in New York, in November 1929.
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Abby was born in Providence, Rhode Island to Senator Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich and Abigail Pearce Truman Chapman, a distant descendant of the fourth signer of the Mayflower Compact. She was a sister of Congressman Richard Steere Aldrich and banker/financier Winthrop Williams Aldrich.
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In the fall of 1894 she met her future husband, John Davison Rockefeller Jr. (1874–1960), the only son of Standard Oil co-founder John Davison Rockefeller Sr. (1839–1937) and schoolteacher Laura Celestia "Cettie" Spelman (1839–1915), at a friend's house in Providence. They went through a protracted engagement, during which they were invited for a trip to Cuba in 1900, on President William McKinley Jr.'s yacht. They finally married on October 9, 1901, in the major society wedding of the Gilded Age, in front of around a thousand of the elite personages of the time, at her father's summer home in Warwick Neck, Kent County, Rhode Island.[2]

They settled in 13 West 54th Street from 1901 until 1913, when the construction of the nine-story mansion at 10 West 54th Street, the largest in New York city at the time, was completed by her husband. They resided at Number 10 until 1938, when they moved to a 40-room triplex apartment at 740 Park Avenue. They became the parents of six children, including the famed five "Rockefeller Brothers" - and established the renowned six-generation-strong business/philanthropic/banking/real estate dynasty:

    Abigail Aldrich "Abby" Rockefeller (November 9, 1903 — May 27, 1976)
    John Davison Rockefeller III (March 21, 1906 — July 10, 1978)
    Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller (July 8, 1908 — January 26, 1979)
    Laurance Spelman Rockefeller (May 26, 1910 — July 11, 2004)
    Winthrop Aldrich Rockefeller (May 1, 1912 — February 22, 1973)
    David Rockefeller (June 12, 1915 — March 20, 2017)
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Re: David Rockefeller is dead...
« Reply #35 on: March 21, 2017, 01:21:47 PM »
On a positive note, have a look at the comments in the papers
More people are becoming Awake than I would dared to have guessed,

Example :
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4331804/Billionaire-philanthropist-David-Rockefeller-dies-age-101.html#comments

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Re: David Rockefeller is dead...
« Reply #36 on: March 21, 2017, 01:23:12 PM »
He basically just announces the death ... thats it ... thats all ...
The trillionaire globalist behind the shitload for the last 80 years and he DOESN'T cover him
 


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Re: David Rockefeller is dead...
« Reply #37 on: March 21, 2017, 02:34:33 PM »
http://stateofthenation2012.com/?p=1296
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John McCloy – A strong Rockefeller supporter and close friend from Chase Manhattan Bank. The former Assistant Secretary of Defense and head of the World Bank later became a member of the Warren Commission to “Cover-up” the assassination conspiracy.

https://nodisinfo.com/david-rockefellers-attempted-911-cover/


From Clifford Shack: “Allen Dulles' best bud, John McCloy,is shown here with David Rockefeller and Chase Manhattan executives after he successfully merged
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« Reply #38 on: March 21, 2017, 02:54:43 PM »
David Rockefeller (1915 - 2017)

David Rockefeller, the patriarch of the Rockefeller family and a former chairman and chief executive of Chase Manhattan Bank, died Monday, March 20, 2017. He was 101.

Rockefeller was quietly one of the leading international figures of the 20th century. Both as a member of the wealthy Rockefeller family and as the chairman and chief executive of Chase Manhattan Bank, he wielded tremendous influence on the world stage. In the wake of World War II, he was a key player in the drive to integrate economics and politics into a single worldwide system.

Writing in his autobiography, "Memoirs," he addressed his critics and explained his goals as he saw them. "Populists and isolationists ignore the tangible benefits that have resulted from our active international role during the past half-century." He continued, "There have been fundamental improvements in societies around the world, particularly in the United States, as a result of global trade, improved communications, and the heightened interaction of people from different cultures."

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Born June 12, 1915, David was the youngest of John D. Rockefeller Jr. and Abby Aldrich Rockefeller's six children. He was raised in luxury in Midtown Manhattan. His father was a financier and philanthropist, and his mother was a socialite who helped establish the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The Rockefeller fortune began with David's grandfather, John D. Rockefeller, who co-founded Standard Oil and was arguably the wealthiest American of all time.

Rockefeller was educated at Harvard University and the London School of Economics. He received his doctorate from the University of Chicago. He found employment after school in the administration of New York City Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia.

He enlisted in the U.S. Army after Pearl Harbor and served in North Africa and France. He served in military intelligence and was stationed at the American Embassy in Paris, as he was fluent in French and had many family and business connections useful to the Allied war effort. He was discharged in 1945 with the rank of captain, and he was awarded the U.S. Legion of Merit and the French Legion of Honor.

Rockefeller joined Chase National Bank in 1946. He oversaw its merger with the Bank of the Manhattan Co. to become Chase Manhattan Bank in 1955. He grew the bank's international business and became the bank's president in 1960. He was named the chairman and chief executive in 1969 and held those titles until 1980. He retired as chairman in 1981. Under his leadership, Chase Manhattan became a pillar of the world banking system. Today it is known as JPMorgan Chase.

In addition to his role in private business, Rockefeller was also sought out for public service. He was an unofficial diplomat on several occasions and had dealings with several U.S. presidents, including Jimmy Carter, who at one time approached him for the cabinet position of secretary of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. A lifelong moderate "Rockefeller Republican," he worked closely with both Republican and Democratic politicians.

Though other members of the family were active in politics, including his brother Nelson, who served as a governor of New York, David Rockefeller never sought elective office. He focused, instead, on involvement in nongovernmental policy groups. He served on the board of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and he was the director of the Council on Foreign Relations, both foreign policy think tanks. He also maintained an enduring working relationship with Henry Kissinger both before, during and after his time as secretary of state.

Rockefeller met with diverse world leaders, including those who were not friendly with the U.S., such as former Cuban President Fidel Castro and the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev. He also had relationships with former allies that eventually became enemies, like Saddam Hussein, Iraq's fifth president. He drew criticism for his role in lobbying the U.S. government to allow the former Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, to enter the U.S. for medical treatment. This was one of the events that led to the Iran hostage crisis in November 1979.

The Rockefeller family has also been notable for its focus on philanthropy. David was active alongside his brothers and sister in the establishment and management of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. The fund's stated mission is to "advance social change that contributes to a more just, sustainable, and peaceful world." In 2006, Rockefeller pledged $225 million upon his death to create the David Rockefeller Global Development Fund. Other notable gifts have included $100 million to the Museum of Modern Art and $100 million to Rockefeller University, a postgraduate university in New York City, notable for its work in biomedical research.

Rockefeller married Margaret McGrath, the daughter of a partner in a prominent Wall Street firm, Sept. 7, 1940. They had six children and remained married until her death in 1996.

He was interested in the study of insects, often carrying jars on business trips to collect beetles. He was also an avid art collector, partly the influence of his mother, and much of his collection has been donated to the Museum of Modern Art.

Rockefeller was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret. He is survived by his children, David Jr., Abigail, Neva, Margaret, Richard, and Eileen Rockefeller, as well as several grandchildren.

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