“Great Humanitarian”: Clintons Mourn David Rockefeller

By S.M. Gibson

Social Media was set ablaze Monday morning with articles announcing the death of 101-year-old David Rockefeller. While most in the comment sections were not mourning the loss of the former chief executive of Chase Manhattan bank, political figures from both sides of the aisle felt compelled to publicly express their sympathies for the deceased billionaire.

Bill and Hillary Clinton paid tribute to the career banker by releasing a statement soon after Fraser P. Seitel, a Rockefeller family spokesman, confirmed the passing.

The Clintons, whose remarks were published on the Clinton Foundation website, read in part:

David Rockefeller was a consummate businessman, a great humanitarian, and a serious scholar. He was a kind, good man to all who met him. Hillary and I are grateful for his friendship and his remarkable life.

Former president George H.W. Bush and his wife Barbara also issued their condolences in a public statement of their own, lamenting the loss of their “wonderful friend.”

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“Barbara and I were deeply saddened to hear that our wonderful friend, David Rockefeller, has passed from this good earth,” said former President George H. W. Bush in the statement. “So many knew him as one of the most generous philanthropists — and brightest Points of Light — whose caring and commitment to the widest range of worthy causes touched and lifted innumerable lives.”

The grandson of Standard Oil co-founder John D. Rockefeller was also eulogized by former New York City mayor, Michael Bloomberg.

“No individual has contributed more to the commercial and civic life of New York City over a longer period of time than David Rockefeller,” Bloomberg said in a statement. “During my time in City Hall, he was always there for the city when we called.”

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9 Comments on "“Great Humanitarian”: Clintons Mourn David Rockefeller"

  1. Look who’s praising this man…..the Clintons, the Bushes, and Bloomberg. Such a great “point of light”, at least compared to all of us “useless eaters”. Good riddance, David. Hopefully, you will soon be joined by Soros, and Kissinger.

  2. NJguy - Proudly Deplorable | March 21, 2017 at 2:13 pm |

    One requirement for all aspiring globalists is that they had to suck rocky’s member.

  3. It could be his passing solidified their own mortality and that is what they are lamenting.
    Many of their numbers are coming up very soon.
    What horrors may wait on the other side for the evil deeds done in this life.
    Perhaps that occupies their thoughts.

  4. Leave it to the Satanists to turn everything upside down. Black is white.

  5. The Clinton’s will miss that paycheck.

  6. David R.’s death makes it easy to see where people stand on the moral compass.

  7. I am willing to bet Michael Rivero, Alex Jones, Doug and Joe Hagmann, Steve Quayle, Dave Hodges, Jim Marrs, Daniel Estulin, F William Engdahl, Jerome Corsi, Jon Rappaport, John Whitehead and others would have a different take on Mr Rockefeller’s life work. (though I’m sure Michael Aquino would give Dave 2 thumbs up!)

  8. Yes, the Rockefellers, just like the Carnegies, the Fords, the Clintons, the Gates and many more, used a charitable trust as a way to protect the family wealth while providing a relatively small percentage of their money to “good things”. Nobody seemed able or willing to mention the effect of foundation money on our system of education, our foreign policies, our healthcare, or any other key areas where such funds exert nearly total control.

  9. This means that we should all get his share of the unFederal bank, since we the people send our taxes back and, of course, printed the green satanic symbols that is called money and placed all the debt we are now supposed to pay back for his enterprises of misery and death.

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