Tuesday, November 2, 2010


A civilization is what its leading groups are.

It is true that the emergence, rise and fall of a given culture are profoundly affected by the natural, social and historical circumstances. But ultimately, it all depends on the ability of its leadership to deal with such circumstances, no matter how adverse or beneficial they could be.

The current oil civilization and the Pax Americana have earned armies of detractors and enemies not without reasons. However, we must recognize that, thanks to it, humanity has experienced momentous growth in all areas. In just a century, it has boosted human development incredibly more than in the past hundreds of thousands of years.

Among the groups who have exercised leadership of the civilization of oil and the Pax Americana on a global level, the Rockefeller clan has a very special place.

The influence of the Rockefellers in the economy, politics and culture not only American but global is particularly important. That is the reason why anything done or said by a Rockefeller can never be taken lightly, quite the opposite.

In previous posts we have referred to the affection that the Rockefellers have shown toward Fidel Castro since the beginning of his political career. Such affection has persisted despite the fact that one of the first measures of his government was the confiscation of the large properties of this family in Cuba, the greatest in Latin America at that time.

As we shall see, Castro's relationship with the Rockefellers transcends the mere whim or extravagance, involving, paradoxically, the particular interests of the Rockefellers and the long range plans of the global financial elite.

A lot has been said and speculated about the origins of the Rockefellers. But despite the countless conspiracy theories, this doesn’t have any historical significance.

The founder of the family of the Rockefellers was John Davison. He has been regarded as the paradigm of self-made man, entrepreneur and philanthropist.

John D. came out absolutely from nowhere to become one of the richest and most powerful men in the world.
During his life, Rockefeller made the greatest philanthropic donations ever made by a human being, more than 50% of his incalculable personal fortune, the greatest of his time.

But also, John D. Rockefeller was the father of modern monopoly, the trust, and their ruthless tactics, which gave him entry into the very small club of the most influential men on Earth.

Despite being the archetypal capitalist, John D. Rockefeller, in his heart, was the greatest enemy of competition, the essence of capitalism.

"Competition is a sin," he would say John D ", so we must eradicate it." [1] And, therefore, devoted his entire life to the eradication of its competitors.

Rockefeller bought his first oil refinery in 1863, ripping off his trading partners, which made metastatic into the Standard Oil Company, the prototype of monopoly. [2]

Between 1872 and 1873, in only two years, John D. used brilliantly his most treacherous and ruthless business practices to absorb most American competitors. Thus, he came to encompass 90% of the U.S. oil refining and distribution. [2]

But America became too small to John D.

During the 1880's, with his usual methods, Rockefeller introduced China to the ends of an improved oil lamp that will transform the lives of hundreds of millions of human beings. Thus, Western and crush all competition will give the Standard Oil monopoly on oil exports to China. [3]

Thank to the most ferocious and unscrupulous tactics, the Standard Oil became the main supplier of the principal ports in the world, absorbing the cardinal oil markets.

However, despite its enormous power and influence, John D. couldn’t prevent the public outrage from promoting the adoption of antitrust laws.

After several years of legal battles, in 1911, the U.S. Supreme Court announced its decision to dismantle the Standard Oil into 34 different companies.

Of course, all these split companies continued being owned by Rockefeller but they could not longer work as a large predatory organism from the legal and accounting standpoint.[4]

However, this did not nick the immense power of the Rockefellers, on the contrary.

Even before the breakup of Standard Oil, John D. gradually began to retire from business to devote himself to his philanthropic enterprise. Instead, he left his youngest son, John D. Junior, in his place to which he bequeathed his incalculable wealth in life.

John D. Sr. tried to monopolize the entire global refining and distribution of oil and even made heavy investments in certain political campaigns. However, he wasn't too keen to influence national policy and even less in the international.

In fact, John D. Rockefeller Sr. was an extremely conservative Republican and supporter of American political isolationism… until his son convinced him of the opposite.

Most testimonies agree that John D. Junior was a friendly and malleable person who lacked the aggressiveness and ruthlessness of his father.

John D. Junior seemed to feel more like an executor of the family fortune instead its owner and spent most of his time focused on philanthropy.

Junior had a broader philanthropic disposition and outlook than his father. He not only made strong donations to academic institutions as his father but he also expanded these to medical research, the creation of vast natural reserves and the development of modern arts. [5]

Still, John D. Junior was who led the Rockefellers to the leadership of the international financial elite.

According to some sources, Junior was introduced to the internationalist ideas by Raymond B. Fosdick. [6]

Fosdick was one of Junior's closest confidants as well as a Trustee and, later, President of the Rockefeller Foundation.

Fosdick was an ardent supporter of the liberal internationalist ideas of President Woodrow Wilson, in whose administration he held various positions of importance. It seems that these ideas came from Wilson's enigmatic adviser, "Colonel" House, a mysterious character who will be involved in the creation of the Federal Reserve and the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

Wilson and Fosdick, influenced by "Colonel" House, were in favor of a new world order established under a global federalist government to avoid chaos in international relations and economic, political and social crises.

Although the idea sounds great, there is now a powerful international movement against the supporters of a New World Order. These are acussed of conspiring to impose a single government - collective, and controlled by bureaucratic and plutocratic elite sectors, etc. - at the global level in order to eliminate democracy and rule of law. [5]

John D. Junior was introduced to the internationalist ideas by Fosdick, who had a close relationship with "Colonel" House.

When Junior became the head of the Rockefellers he followed his new internationalist vocation and partnered his clan's most formidable competitors as Vanderbilt and Carnegie.

But the actual momentous partnership for the Rockefellers was with JP Morgan.
In fact, Junior started his corporate career with the simultaneous management of Standard Oil and the JPMorgan U.S. Steel Co. [6]

J.P. Morgan not only was the most important banker of the U.S. He also was the secret representative in the U.S. of the Rothschilds, the most powerful house in Europe and possibly the world. [7]

The father of J.P. Morgan, Junus Morgan, had become a partner in the financial firm of George Peabody.

Nathan Rothschild had hired Peabody to penetrate the inaccessible London high society.

The Rothschild had been incapable to access it despite they had the British crown and the Bank of England in their pocket.

Since then, the Peabody’s company became a secret branch of the Rothschilds. [8]

When Peabody retired, Junus Morgan became the head the firm, renaming it as JSMorgan Co. Then, he sent his son, J.P., to New York as his agent. [9]

J.P. Morgan rapidly became the most prominent financial tycoon from the monopolist generation that emerged from the American Civil War.

J.P. transformed his company, in fact, in the central bank of America. [10]

With the Rothschild's secret but colossal backing, Morgan used his usual tactics of acquiring and modernizing the management of bankruptcy companies. Thus he monopolized vital branches of the economy as railroads, metals production, the emerging electric industry, and especially banking. [10]

The finance company of J.P. Morgan -which later will become the Rockefeller's Chase- operated sometimes in fact as central bank of U.S. [10]

The economic depression of 1893 -in part caused by Morgan's speculation in railways - forced the Cleveland’s government to appeal to Morgan in order to supply gold to the nation's treasury.

Morgan, with the Rothschilds' support, made to flow large quantities of gold from Europe to U.S. This literally put the U.S. economy and government finances in the hands of Morgan and his European bosses. [10]

Such was the power that Morgan acquired over the U.S. economy that, during the crisis of 1907, his company had the luxury of acting as a central bank to ease the crisis and forced the country's financial institutions to create contingency plans. [10]

This last crisis and Morgan's control over the U.S. economy allowed him to legalize, after more than a century of political struggles and conspiracies, an American central bank. Its completely private ownership has been undercover under the "official" name of Federal Reserve of the U.S.

The Federal Reserve System, as we shall see, has put the U.S. economy and the budget of his government under the control of the largest American tycoons and, above all, of the Rothschilds.

This was because all the power that Morgan had over the economy and the U.S. budget was in name of Rothschild. On Morgan's death, it was discovered that he actually owned less than 10% of his colossal fortune. The rest was owned by the House of Rothschild. [11]

The alliance of John D. Junior with J.P. Morgan and Rothschild, as we'll see in following articles, will give the Rockefellers access to the global financial powers. This will allow John D. Junior and his descendants to have decisively influence the economics and politics of both the U.S. and the rest of the world.

The influence of John D. Junior over the world affairs will be inherited by his son David, the current head of the Rockefeller family.

The long relationship of David Rockefeller with Fidel Castro, as we shall see, is deeply connected to the global financial and political leadership of the Rockefeller clan.



[1] http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/j/john_d_rockefeller.html
[2] http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/rockefellers/timeline/index.html
[3] Standard Oil and Petroleum Development in Early Republican China by Noel H. Pugach.http://www.jstor.org/pss/3112809
[4] http://www.history.rochester.edu/fuels/tarbell/UPTO37.HTM
[6] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_D._Rockefeller,_Jr.
[7] ROCKEFELLER INTERNATIONALISM: The New World Order Vision of the Rockefellers 1920-2006 By By Will Banyan http://www.martinfrost.ws/htmlfiles/third_section.html
[8] http://thechangeishere.blogspot.com/2009/10/rothschild-and-jp-morgan-connection.html
[9] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Peabody
[10] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._P._Morgan
[11] http://www.xat.org/xat/moneyhistory.html

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