John D. "Moneybags" Rockefeller (1839–1937).

John D. Rockefeller was a British Secret Service agent who dominated the U.S. and world economy for over 70 years. He created the modern petroleum industry, and he is the father of the foul air polluting gasoline automobile.

Rockefeller in 1888.
Rockefeller in 1888.
 

The ancestor of Rockefeller was named Johann Roggenfelder and he came to the Colonies from Germany in 1722.

By 1722, Germany–the birthplace of the blessed Reformation–was already saturated with British spies.

Prussia was added to the British Empire in 1701.

John D. Rockefeller was the original "Robber Baron" and the role model for all the money-mad financiers that followed him.

 

 
Rockefeller in 1904.
Rockefeller in 1904.

When the Civil War broke out in 1861, Rockefeller was only 22 years old. Like his fellow spy J. P. Morgan, he bought a substitute for $300.00 and sent him off to get killed.

Here is a quote from an authorized biography of Rockefeller:

So why didn't Rockefeller act on his keenly felt sympathies when Lincoln appealed for 75,000 volunteers after Fort Sumter's fall in April 1861? Why did he turn a deaf ear to the torchlight rallies and street-corner recruiters swarming through Cleveland that spring? "I wanted to go in the army and do my part," Rockefeller said. "But it was simply out of the question. We were in a new business, and if I had not stayed it must have stopped—and with so many dependent on it." This last sentence hinted gingerly at what must have been the main reason behind his failure to serve: his father's desertion of the family and his own need to sustain it. Though the Union government offered no occupational exemptions from the draft, men were excused if they were the sole means of support for siblings, children, or parents. Though only twenty-two at the outbreak of the war, John D. was effectively in the position of a middle-aged father responsible for a family of six. (Chernow, Titan, p. 69).

Rockefeller had no real sympathy for the Union but he did make a fortune with a partner named Stephen V. Harkness selling WHISKEY to the Union army.

Rockefeller and the U.S. petroleum industry

The first U.S. oil discovery was in Clarion County, Pennsylvania, by Colonel Edwin L. Drake in the year 1859. Subsequently, oil was discovered in Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Arkansas, Colorado, Montana, California, and the last great find was in Alaska. The industry grew rapidly until by 1900 it was one of the largest in the country.

Colonel E. L. Drake drilled the first oil well in 1859.
Colonel E. L. Drake drilled
the first oil well in 1859.
 

Oil was discovered in Pennsylvania in 1859.

To keep Britannia ruling the waves, the British were keenly interested in oil to fuel their vast fleets.

In 1867, the firm of Rockefeller, Andrews & Flagler was formed in Cleveland, Ohio.

 
The first well was drilled in Oil Creek, Pennsylvania.
The first well was drilled in Oil Creek, Pennsylvania.

Clark and Andrews–the original partners of Rockefeller–were his liaison with the Bank of England:

For all his later evangelical fervor about oil, John D. Rockefeller didn't behold its potential in a sudden revelatory flash but made an incremental transition from produce to oil. Clark and Rockefeller might have taken on consignment some of the first crude-oil shipments that reached Cleveland in early 1860, but it was the friendship between Maurice Clark and Samuel Andrews, an Englishman from Clark's hometown in Wiltshire, that drew Rockefeller into the business. A hearty, rubicund man with a broad face and genial manners, Andrews was a self-taught chemist, a born tinkerer, and an enterprising mechanic. Arriving in Cleveland in the 1850s, he worked in a lard-oil refinery owned by yet another Englishman, C. A. Dean, and acquired extensive experience in making tallow, candles, and coal oil. Then, in 1860, Dean got a ten-barrel shipment of Pennsylvania crude from which Andrews distilled the first oil-based kerosene manufactured in Cleveland. The secret of "cleansing" oil with sulfuric acid–what we now term refining–was then a high mystery, zealously guarded by a local priesthood of practical chemists, and many curious businessmen beat a path to Andrews's door. (Chernow, Titan, pp. 76-77).

In 1870, the Standard Oil Company was incorporated in Ohio by John D. Rockefeller. It was illegal under Ohio law (and almost every other state) to control a company in another state. Rockefeller managed to secretly buy up and control all the independent oil producers and refiners.

Rockefeller killed the electric car!!

With a lot of help from the Bank of England, robber baron Rockefeller was a billionaire by 1910.

Henry Ford (1863-1947).
Henry Ford (1863–1947).

 

In 1908, nobody dreamed that the air polluting gasoline engine would replace the electric car.

Henry Ford was financed by the Standard Oil Company.

Rockefeller and worked closely together to kill the electric car.

1909 Ford Model T.
1909 Ford Model T.

In 1908, Henry Ford began mass production of the infamous gasoline air polluting car known as the Model T. Most people in the U.S. believed that automobiles would be powered by the newly discovered wonder of ELECTRICITY. What most people did not realize was that the Ford Motor Company was a SUBSIDIARY of the Rockefeller owned Standard Oil Company.

When the other car companies saw the vast profits that Ford was making on his gasoline powered Model T, they abandoned the electric car, and began to produce their own air polluting cars.

In the early 20th century, National City Lines, which was a partnership of General Motors, Firestone, and Standard Oil of California, purchased many electric tram networks across the country to dismantle them and replace them with GM buses. The partnership was convicted for this conspiracy, but the ruling was overturned in a higher court. Electric tram line technologies could be used to recharge BEVs and PHEVs on the highway while the user drives, providing virtually unrestricted driving range.

Rockefeller and the "Federal" Reserve Bank

The diabolical "Federal" Reserve Bank is the 3rd reincarnation of the corrupt 1st Bank of the "United States."

Morgan's winter hideaway was an island off the coast of Georgia:

In 1897, two years after acquiring the Newport "box" he (Morgan) bought an apartment on Jekyll Island, a former plantation turned into a resort off the coast of Georgia. (Strouse, Morgan: American Financier, p. 362).

In 1910, a top secret meeting was held on this island to create the blueprint for the Federal Reserve System or the 3rd Bank of the United States:

In mid-November 1910, several members of the Aldrich Commission went down to the Millionaire's Club at Jekyll Island, probably courtesy of Morgan, to work out a specific plan. The expedition included Aldrich, Davison, Vanderlip, Warburg, A. Piatt Andrew, and Ben Strong, now a vice president at Bankers Trust. Eager to deflect public suspicions of a Wall Street cabal drawing up plans for the country's economic future, they told reporters they were going duck hunting, and on their way south in Aldrich's private railroad car addressed each other by first name only. Davison and Vanderlip went so far as to call each other Orville and Wilbur, though a sighting of the famous Wright brothers was unlikely to forestall gossip among the porters. (Strouse, Morgan: American Financier, p. 626).

Abby Aldrich was married to Rockefeller's son, John D. Rockefeller, Jr.

Former home of J. P. Morgan on Jekyll Island, Georgia.
Former home of J. P. Morgan on
Jekyll Island, Georgia.
 

The groundwork for the 3rd Bank was laid at a top secret meeting on Jekyll Island, Georgia, in 1910.

Rockefeller and Morgan were represented by 1/4 of all the wealth in the world.

 

 
Nelson W. Aldrich (1881 - 1911), was father-in-law to Rockefeller, Jr.
Nelson W. Aldrich (1881–1911),
was father-in-law to Rockefeller, Jr.

The conspirators represented the biggest names in the Rockefeller-Morgan empire: Nelson W. Aldrich was head of the Aldrich Commission. Henry P. Davison was senior partner of the J. P. Morgan Company. Frank A. Vanderlip was president of the National City Bank. Paul M. Warburg was a senior partner in Kuhn, Loeb & Company. Abraham Piatt Andrews was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. Benjamin Strong was head of J. P. Morgan's Bankers Trust Company.

Woodrow Wilson (1856 -1924).
Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924).
President from 1913 to 1921.
 

The "Federal" Reserve Act was signed into law by Woodrow Wilson on December 23, 1913.

This corrupt bank is the 3rd reincarnation of the 1st bank that financed Napoleon.

Thanks to this bank, most of the U.S. supply of silver and gold is now in London!!

 
Federal Reserve Bank headquarters in Washington City on Constitution Avenue!!
"Federal" Reserve Bank headquarters in Washington City on Constitution Avenue!!

This corrupt bank was chartered in 1913 . . . just in time to finance World War I.

Rockefeller Plaza was British WWII spying headquarters!!

Rockefeller Plaza was the headquarters of MI6 during World War II. From there, MI6 engineered the Japanese "surprise attack" on Pearl Harbor.

Sir William Stephenson
Sir William Stephenson
(1897–1989).
 

Canadian Sir William Stephenson coordinated British espionage against the U.S. during WWII.

Stephenson (code named Intrepid) had 2 entire floors at 630 5th Ave., Rockefeller Plaza, New York City.

His assistant was Royal Navy Commander Ian Fleming.

Navy Commander Ian Fleming
Commander Ian Fleming
(1908–1964).

The British condescended to teach the U.S. the spying business and their first pupil was "Wild Bill" Donovan. In early 1941, "Wild Bill" was sent on a trip to Yugoslavia to persuade that GREAT nation to side with Hitler. He did manage to persuade the Prince Regent to side with the Nazis, but as soon as he left, brave Yugoslav patriots led a coup against the traitorous Prince Regent, and delayed Hitler's invasion of Russia by 6 weeks. That delay cost Hitler WWII.

"Wild Bill" Donovan
"Wild Bill" Donovan
(1883–1959).

"Wild Bill" Donovan was the first British-U.S. spying pupil.

His mission to keep Yugoslavia on Hitler's side was a failure!!

Despite his failure, Donovan went on to found the OSS which later became the CIA.

Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller
Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller
(1908–1979).

Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller was Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs during the war.

Nelson's position as Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs gave him direct access to Roosevelt, and he helped fellow spy Stephenson with finances for his vast spying network in the New World:

Nelson Rockefeller had persuaded Roosevelt to let him start a new agency in the unguarded vastness of South America–"our soft underbelly," Lee called it–where Stephenson operated a network, hampered by shortages of equipment and money. This new Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs acted covertly on information from BSC on Nazi sympathizers in sensitive jobs. Millions of Rockefeller dollars went into various schemes to discredit, depose, or in other ways damage the pawns of Axis conspirators in South America. The FBI and the State Department were at loggerheads over who had jurisdiction in the region; it was easier for Rockefeller to show personal initiative and foot the bill than settle an argument about counterespionage in foreign lands. This also protected FDR's public stance of noninvolvement until Americans would demand to go to war. (Stevenson, A Man Called Intrepid, p. 160).

Rockefeller Center was a beehive of British spying activity during the entire war. This is where the British planned the "surprise attack" on Pearl Harbor in order to drag the U.S. into their war with MI6 Hitler:

The conflict began to hamper Intrepid's operations in mid-1941, a crucial time. Hoover decided to force disclosure of BSC operations and began to seek legal ways of doing so. He did not know what he was asking, for he was not conscious of the full extent of the training and build-up of secret armies in Europe, or of ULTRA, whose reports of enemy intentions did not reveal the source. He knew many channels had now opened between Washington and London, and that BSC's functions had changed and expanded. The British fear was that by sticking to the letter of the law he would require them to put on paper a full account of their activities, which would inevitably get into the enemy's hands, or to shift intelligence headquarters elsewhere–an almost impossible task, for by now Rockefeller Center was employing 2,000 full-time specialists. (Stevenson, A Man Called Intrepid, p. 271).

If only the U.S. had a brave man like general Jackson at that time to send them all running to their ships or planes!!

The Twin Towers were called David and Nelson Rockefeller!!

The demolition of the Twin Towers has all the earmarks of an MI6 psyop. The British secret service has over 400 years of experience in carrying out false flag operations.

Nelson Rockefeller with NYC Mayor John Lindsay inspecting model of Twin Towers.
Nelson Rockefeller with NYC Mayor John Lindsay inspecting model of Twin Towers.
 

The Twin Towers were called David and Nelson after the Rockefeller brothers.

They were demolished on Sept 11, 2001.

The demolition has all the earmarks of an MI6 psyop or false flag operation.

 
Demolition of the Twin Towers on Sept. 11, 2001.
Demolition of the Twin Towers
on Sept. 11, 2001.

Assassination, disinformation, doubles, propaganda, false flag operations, are all part of the deadly arsenal of espionage that the British are using against the United States . . . and Russia!

The only weapon that Gog and Magog fears is the Sword of the Spirit which is the Holy Bible properly translated:

No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of JEHOVAH, and their righteousness is of me, saith JEHOVAH. (Isaiah 54:17).


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References

Chernow, Ron, Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr., Random House, New York, 1998.

Hyde, Montgomery H. The Quiet Canadian; the Secret Service Story of Sir William Stephenson. Quality Book Club, London, 1962.

Strouse, Jean. Morgan: American Financier. Random House, New York, 1999.

Stevenson, William. A Man Called Intrepid. The Life of Sir William Stephenson. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York, 1976.


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