Billionaire Globalist David Rockefeller Dies At The Age Of 101

By Jay Syrmopoulos

Multibillionaire globalist David Rockefeller has died at the age of 101.

Rockefeller was the last surviving grandson of John D. Rockefeller, the founder of the Standard Oil Company, which he built into an oil empire that made him America’s first billionaire and transformed his family into one of the most powerful in the world.

David Rockefeller was a renowned banker and philanthropist who controlled Chase Manhattan bank for more than a decade. Rockefeller worked diligently to spread globalist neoliberal capitalism to the world, and in the process, wielded uncanny global political influence.

According to a report in The New York Times:

Chase Manhattan had long been known as the Rockefeller bank, though the family never owned more than 5 percent of its shares. But Mr. Rockefeller was more than a steward. As chairman and chief executive throughout the 1970s, he made it “David’s bank,” as many called it, expanding its operations internationally.

His stature was greater than any corporate title might convey, however. His influence was felt in Washington and foreign capitals, in the corridors of New York City government, art museums, great universities and public schools.

Mr. Rockefeller could well be the last of an increasingly less visible family to have cut so imposing a figure on the world stage. As a peripatetic advocate of the economic interests of the United States and of his own bank, he was a force in global financial affairs and in his country’s foreign policy. He was received in foreign capitals with the honors accorded a chief of state.

The businessman, who had an estimated fortune of $3 billion, retired as head of Chase Manhattan in 1981 after a 35-year career.

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Rockefeller was known for his intimate embrace of international politics, as noted by The New York Times:

His forays into international politics also drew criticism, notably in 1979, when he and former Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger persuaded President Jimmy Carter to admit the recently deposed shah of Iran into the United States for cancer treatment. The shah’s arrival in New York enraged revolutionary followers of the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, provoking them to seize the United States Embassy in Iran and hold American diplomats hostage for more than a year. Mr. Rockefeller was assailed as well for befriending autocratic foreign leaders in an effort to establish and extend his bank’s presence in their countries.

“He spent his life in the club of the ruling class and was loyal to members of the club, no matter what they did,” The New York Times columnist David Brooks wrote in 2002, citing the profitable deals Mr. Rockefeller had cut with “oil-rich dictators,” “Soviet party bosses” and “Chinese perpetrators of the Cultural Revolution.”

The billionaire died in his sleep at home in Pocantico Hills, New York, on Monday morning as a result of congestive heart failure, according to a family spokesperson Fraser P. Seitel.

In the statement from The Rockefeller Foundation confirming his death, he was described as “one of the most influential figures in the history of American philanthropy and finance, considered by many to be ‘America’s last great international business statesman’.”

Rockefeller is a prime example of the dominance of ruling elite oligarchy. He stood at the pinnacle of private/government collusion and was often used as an intermediary in diplomatic negotiations — a back channel.

Essentially, Rockefeller helped usher in an era of billionaire globalist domination over nation/state sovereignty. This influence is best summed up by David Rockefeller in a direct quote from his memoir:

Some even believe we [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.

Rockefeller did more to shatter the sovereignty of nations and push the world toward a one world globalist government than anyone else in history. Rather than allowing individuals to decide the trajectory of their own societies, men like Rockefeller have worked tirelessly to shape the world to operate by their own designs.

Jay Syrmopoulos writes for TheFreeThoughtProject.com, where this article first appeared.

  • NJguy – Proudly Deplorable

    May he burn in Sheol for the rest of eternity.

  • Ohiolad

    For awhile, I thought this devil would never die.

    • Koi Roy

      You can bet your life and the lives of your descendants that as new technologies extend lives ever closer to their coveted immortality, it will be the uber-rich, pompous, ever greedy for more power, riches and control sumbitches like Rockefeller. They can never reach far enough to spread their misery throughout the universe and beyond for what they hope to be eternity. I imagine he deems himself most qualified to sit in the throne to rule over heaven and all creation for eternity. Frail, old men must surely be easily chilled. May they enjoy Hellfire and Brimstone to warm their souls!

  • Jas

    Finally a celebrity death that doesn’t make me sad!

  • opm6065

    Unrest In Limbo! Great Riddance!

  • Pete Greco

    Great news. Now, these come in 3’s, so let’s hear it for Bush Sr. and Soros.

  • CAWS

    So the head of the Hydra is gone. Who are his heirs? Stay vigilant.

  • Greatgeezer

    What is this that stands before me?

    Figure in black which points at me

    Turn around quick, and start to run

    Find out I’m the chosen one

    Oh nooo!

  • BeeTheChange

    It has been predicted for some time that the 3/20/17 equinox would mark the tipping point. This death is highly symbolic.

    • Joe Blow

      What “tipping point” are you talking about here? Any links?

      • BeeTheChange

        Sorry, real information doesn’t always come with links. You’ll have to figure it out on your own.

        • Joe Blow

          Never mind, I have other things to think about, thanks.

    • Christopher P.

      It’s also International Day of Happiness…

  • pubpubpub

    They are mortals. Hear that, Soros?

  • bobo

    satan has lost one of his fingers

  • bobo

    I really expected David Rockyfellow be fitted by a google boston dynamic robocop just to elongate his miserable life. If his eleven heart transplantation were not enough either. Was he waiting for the right donors or he just ordered them to be killed?

  • Paggertheblagger

    The hearts this beast used for wickedness finally said ( No more) and the world rejoiced to hear so! 7th time lucky! ( For the people).

  • phicrappazappa

    Lucifer now has competition.

    • Peter Afzelius

      And I was thinking he just went home…

  • LINCOLN

    World’s number one criminal that instigated many wars, conjunction with Rothschild Family. What philanthropist, it was cover to steal natural resource from other countries. He never helped any country, including mine .He was anti-Constitution, had share in Federal Reserve, he always hide behind authority, while working on the destruction of the Constitution. Go a head and watch You Tube and see his videos that he was complaining regarding too many people on this earth? He was involved in reducing population of the world? What philanthropist??

  • Grace Joubarne

    And in his wake he leaves us his medical-pharmaceutical destructive machinery. Tens of millions killed at the hands of his philanthropy…remember, first we had real medicine and doctors for centuries (homeopathy, herbal, spiritual, energy). Then in the 1930’s he donated millions to medical schools on the understanding that HE would set the curriculum. Within 3 years, the teaching of all real medicine was forbidden and only drug-medicine would be taught. Look at the wondrous killing machine we have today…the 3rd leading cause of death and disability in North America. The Rockefellers always capitalized on the one thing that was consistent about humans…they are lazy and seek ‘convenience’. What’s more convenient than a pill…a pill for all reasons, including as a substitute for learning how to navigate life.

  • Common Sense

    Everything this man spent a lifetime acquiring. Money, material possessions, even power, will now go to someone else. All the harm and manipulation could not save him, or any of us, in the end. Death is the great equalizer. The only thing you take with you is what you have learned. Poor David. He didn’t learn much.
    It’s a shame that only now when it is too late does he truly see.

    Experience life. It’s a gift. All the rest can be taken from you.
    Spend time with family and friends, see the world, fill your mind. It’s all you will take on the final journey.

  • Bodhi Mom

    Good news. The planet feels lighter now.

  • BillinDetroit

    Sorry he died … about 85 years too late.

  • Ritchard

    He could have done much for the world if he had past much earlier.

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