By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
December 15, 2008
Twas the night before Christmas, and with great elation,
Barack Obama was planning to “change” the nation.
Corporate stockings were hung at the Congress with care
in the hopes that bailouts soon would be there.
The public was nestled all snug in their beds,
while visions of tax cuts danced in their heads.
Women in their kerchiefs and men in their caps
had unfortunately settled for political c___.
When over the airwaves there arose such a clatter,
people sprang from their lethargy to see what was the matter.
Away to the TV, they flew like a flash,
heard economic bad news and feared for their cash.
Stocks on the Dow hit a new fallen low,
creating more fears down the tubes we would go.
When what to our tearful eyes should appear
but Congressional leaders allaying our fears.
With their leader Obama so lively and quick,
we knew in a moment there must be a fix.
More rapid than politicians fleeing all blame,
Barack whistled and called his allies by name.
Now Daschle, now Geithner, now Gates and Biden,
on Rahm, on Pelosi, on Reid and Clinton (Hillary).
“To the top of the world,” we heard him call,
“Proclaim our agenda, Socialism for all!”…
Obama flashing his smile spoke in such prose
that the world was in awe at this king that arose.
He sprang to his throne, to his team gave a whistle.
National sovereignty was gone without the firing of missiles.
But I heard him exclaim from his lofty height,
Now I possess such great power, there’s no use to fight (it)!
In addition to the educational and social control elements of the Rockefeller plan, the economic component has also been important. Mayor John Hylan (mentioned in Part 1) of New York City, in the March 27, 1922 NEW YORK TIMES claimed that the Rockefeller-Standard Oil interests and a small group of others “virtually run the United States government for their own selfish purposes.” These “selfish purposes” would even include helping the Nazis, as on July 15, 1941 Major Charles Burrows of military intelligence wrote that Standard Oil of New Jersey was diverting 20% of its oil going to the Canary Islands instead to refueling Nazi submarines with 6 of the oilships manned mainly by Nazi officers.
A few years later, on July 26, 1950 Gen. William Donovan (former head of the O.S.S.) as chairman of the American Committee for a United Europe (ACUE) wrote a memo on how to promote a European Parliament. By 1958, the Federalist European Movement received over 53% of its funds from the ACUE, which itself was funded by the Rockefeller Foundation and others. The globalist Bilderbergers held their first meeting in May 1954, and have also been funded by the Rockefeller Foundation.
In the next decade (1960s), James Simon Kunen in THE STRAWBERRY STATEMENT (1968) revealed Esso (Rockefeller) money went to Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) “to make a lot of radical commotion so they can look more in the center as they move more to the left.”
This “move more to the left” was exemplified by David Rockefeller in his August 10, 1973 article in THE NEW YORK TIMES. David Rockefeller had attended the London School of Economics (founded by Fabian Socialists), which from 1924 to 1949 had received $3 million from the Rockefeller Foundation and the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial Fund. And in David’s article he praised the economic and social “success” of the brutal Chinese dictator, Chairman Mao, who had killed millions of innocent Chinese civilians.