David Rockefeller, Eugenics-Obsessed Globalist, Dies at 101

03/22/201735 Comments

by James Corbett
March 21, 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:

"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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  1. tyler.c says:

    Thanks for the article James.

    I tend to agree that there is no joy associated with this death. The Rockefeller system shambles on, its head soon to be regrown.

  2. mkey says:

    I often toyed with a concept found in this movie

    Self/less (2015)

    The plot is basically this: the wealthy don’t have to die thanks to technology which allows transfer of their mind into a younger often unwilling host. Take one healthy person, perform a mind enema and install the new consciousness into it.

    When people like these die, it very much seems like we’re trapped in a world in which this is a reality. They have such a strong generational transfer of wealth and ideas that common folk can’t possibly compete. Even when you get “the one” who has the capacity to move the masses, it’s just way too easy to assassinate this person.

  3. mkey says:

    Also, I heard some stories about many of his medical producers. Is there any solid information on these? Story recounts 6 or 7 heart transplants and biannual blood replacement. Could someone survive that many surgeries?

  4. rltmlt says:

    Rockefeller’s long life only confirms the age old saying that states “Only the good die young !”.

  5. torres says:

    Certainly good news although not the last of his ilk.

  6. VoltaicDude says:

    Great conclusion James. The legacy David Rockefeller “stewarded” in his own lifetime continues to live on.

    “Treacle-covered dreck” it may be, but glad you linked the NYT’s article.

    In it one reads: “The 1974 recession hammered Chase, which had an unusually large portfolio of loans in the depressed real estate industry.”

    What first came to mind was not a Chase investment per se, but the Rockefeller Group’s embroilment in N.J. Governor Christie’s baroquely complex “Bridgegate” scandal:

    Compare the above info with this tome: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Lee_lane_closure_scandal.
    Where is the Rockefeller name? There’s a cameo appearance by Gov. Jay Rockefeller – as a concerned legislator!

    And compare this familiar list of associates regarding Rockefeller Center:
    “In 1985, Columbia University sold the land beneath Rockefeller Center to the Rockefeller Group for $400 million.[15] In 1989, Mitsubishi Estate… purchased the entire Rockefeller Center complex, and its owner, Rockefeller Group. In 1996, the entire complex was purchased by a consortium of owners that included Goldman Sachs (which had 50 percent ownership), Gianni Agnelli, Stavros Niarchos, and David Rockefeller, who organized the consortium. Tishman Speyer, led by Jerry Speyer, a close friend of David Rockefeller, and the Lester Crown family of Chicago, bought the original 14 buildings and land in 2000 for $1.85 billion.[16]”

    Another few interesting NYT’s quotes:

    “In silent testimony to his power and reach was his Rolodex, a catalog of some 150,000 names of people he had met as a banker-statesman. It required a room of its own beside his office.

    “‘…He spent his life in the club of the ruling class and was loyal to members of the club… Mr. Rockefeller had cut [profitable deals] with ‘oil-rich dictators,’ ‘Soviet party bosses’ and ‘Chinese perpetrators of the Cultural Revolution.’

    “…presidents as ideologically different as…Carter and…Nixon offered him the post of Treasury secretary. He turned them both down…

    “[However, he] said his brand of personal diplomacy, meeting with heads of state, was crucial in furthering Chase’s interests…

    “In 1968, he put together a syndicate, including his brother Nelson and the CBS chairman, William S. Paley, to buy Gertrude Stein’s collection of modern art.…

    “…His involvement in municipal affairs dated to the early 1960s…as founder and chairman of the Downtown-Lower Manhattan Association, he recommended that a World Trade Center be built.”

    Looking forward to your next pod.

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Rockefeller “search results” on CorbettReport.com

    • VoltaicDude says:

      Thanks HomeRemedySupply – that’s one of the best comments I’ve ever seen (wish I had thought of it).

      Recently somebody commented that the Corbett Report is now listed as “fake news” by Harvard (I guess as a guideline for students’ papers?) – which says more about Harvard’s questionable standards than anything else.

      I hope their students take up the challenge and start writing papers about “fake news,” including analysis of Chomsky’s “Manufacturing Consent” and Corbett’s various work on, for instance, Mockingbird.

      The link in your comment more accurately illustrates the Corbett Report as one of the most important “pods of record.”

      “All the news that is fit to pod.”

  8. Mishelle says:

    Thanks James, always. “Mortal coil” I like that, new to me! I say celebrate, why not, it’s spring (they say) and the wicked witch is dead. I just saw the Wizard of Oz again after many years. Brilliant work, positively brilliant! Now we can give it a better ending, perhaps? Dorothy not only recognizes the value of home after unveiling the pathetic man behind the curtain, but will return to slay his henchmen and women with a million ruby slippers of sabotage! 🙂

    • ccuthbert2001 says:

      “Mortal coil” is from the “to be or not to be” soliloquy in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, one of, if not THE, most quoted in the English language.

      As my dear departed mother used to say, “I don’t like Shakespeare’s plays, full of cliches.” Shakespeare must have gotten that particular one from James. 😉

  9. bgree says:

    Can’t wait for your Rockefeller episode which should go under “How big oil conquered the world pt. 2”

    Can’t wait
    Can’t wait
    Can’t wait

  10. candlesnstones says:

    I agree with mkey, these bastards never really die. Their synaptic engrams infest the masses in some sorta trickle down evil

  11. candlesnstones says:

    Facebook won’t play your squid vid for some reason. Let me try something else

  12. tribunusi says:

    I don’t see a reason to punch the air, but the loss of an arch-globalists can be celebrated since he was also a champion for the “elites”, and now that symbol is gone. Yeah yeah, others are already stepping in and will continue his life’s work, but then again him, as a champion, is no more.
    And for those of us who have had enough confirmation about the existence of the afterlife, he is not dead as in gone forever, but has just lost all his perks and incentives for being an enemy of humankind — death being the great equalizer — and his karma bill is past due.

  13. Corbett says:

    I’m working on the Rockefeller episode right now, but I need your help!

    My kingdom for anyone who can link me to the full interview that this clip is excerpted from! Come on, gang, we can do it!


  14. okgardener says:

    Perhaps we should refocus our spotlight on the Rothchilds since they seen to avoid all light like the vampires they are.

  15. i8bugs4fun says:

    I love the “Treacle covered dreck” comment!
    All written is so true but I have actually prayed the man. I am thinking he may just be in need.

    • danmanultra says:

      “Pray for your enemies, bless those that curse you”. For me the saddest thing about monsters like the Rockefeller family is that they are so abundantly blessed that they could actually make the world a better place if they wanted to. So I always pray they could eventually see the light and turn around and bless others. What kind of amazing testimony would that be? Sadly, many of these people seem to have sold their souls a long time ago….

  16. vumxmx says:

    David Rockefeller’s Chilling 1991 Speech At A Bilderberg Meeting


  17. Octium says:

    Start the dance music and hang a mirror ball over his grave I say!

    I’ll be celebrating his death. Not that I believe for one minute that his passing is going to change anything within the Rockefeller snake-oil empire, he passed the baton long ago.

    However, I see no harm in counteracting the “philanthropist” propaganda that has been put out there.

  18. Pablo de Boer says:

    The Sackler Family are also selfmade American Billionaire Parasites

    — The OxyContin Cartel: Billionaire Family 16th Richest in the U.S. —

    Oxycontin is a semi-synthetic opiate that was first created in 1916 from thebaine, a chemical found in poppy plants and related to other narcotic drugs, such as morphine and heroin.

    The Sackler family have profited handsomely from the highly addictive painkiller, according to Forbes.




    Nine Million Oxy Pills To One Pharmacy In Town Of 392 People

    — Oxycodone History and Statistics —

    Oxycodone was first developed as part of an effort to find non-addictive alternatives to these drugs, which were commonly used in medicine before and during World War I.

    Unfortunately, oxycodone also has significant potential for abuse and addiction. Like all opiates, oxycodone works by binding to opioid receptors in the brain and spinal cord, and these receptors are responsible for both

    –Opioid overdose deaths just jumped again–


    Tipped by

    Keiser Report: Trail of ‘American carnage’ (E 1049)

  19. whateverittakes2 says:

    James, you have been one of the people most instrumental in the alt media willing to shatter the image of David Rockefeller, where he came from and what he necessarily became. Clearly, as your tale reveals, Rockefeller comes from a gene pool of psychopaths.

    There is a very interesting documentary circulating on YouTube about a woman by the name of Katherine Horton who for obscure reasons fell afoul of the spy agencies when she left the field of particle physics after obtaining her degree from Oxford and decided to study social organization. Horton admirably points out the features that characterize these leaders of the world: They are psychopathic scumbags to the last man…

    Every single one of the line-up of Presidents since JFK as well as their handy henchmen fall into this category. They have garnered the positions they hold because of unrestrained selfishness, viciousness that comes from a complete absence of concern for other human beings, and a belief in their own invincibility. The latter is reinforced through the “company they keep,” since scumbag psychopaths gravitate toward one another and are peculiarly fitted for the derangements necessary to reach the pinnacles of power. We see it again and again and again.

    David Rockefeller was probably one of the more adept in understanding how to bend the rules of this tawdry game: As I listened to this tale about a man who was no more than a gutter snipe, I couldn’t help thinking of his victims in Iran, Iraq, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, in Central America where he had to protect his United Fruit Company and killing or having people killed to do so meant nothing to him. And then there’s China — China!? In truth: No country in the world is safe from people like this and until Americans begin to understand how the power game works, who plays it, how and why, we will keep performing the same filthy tricks.

    This is a great documentary and again, as usual, as always, you deserve heartfelt commendation for the work you do in enlightening us all.

  20. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Eugenics & 1682 Laurel Hollow Rd, Syosset, NY 11791
    Corbett’s mentions this Truthstream Media report in his “Recommended” part of https://www.corbettreport.com/the-brain-chip-cometh/
    VIDEO – Hidden History: the Eugenics Record Office Is for Sale

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