The Rockefeller Plan, Part 5
By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
February 9, 2009
[NOTE: On July 2, 2008 Barack Obama in Colorado said, “We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded as the military.” Obama’s attorney-general Eric Holder on NBC’s This Week (May 2, 1999) said: “[The Second Amendment] talks about bearing arms in a well-regulated militia. And I don’t think anywhere it talks about an individual.” Since Holder doesn’t believe you as an individual have a right to bear arms, can you envision Obama’s civilian national security force knocking on your door and asking you to turn over any weapons you may have? What would you do?
Further to my recent column “If War Had Not Come In Fierce and Exaggerated Form,” the (London) Daily Mail on December 20, 2008 published “Secret of the Lusitania: Arms Find Challenges Allied Claims it was Solely a Passenger Ship.”]
Continuing with the final (political/New World Order) element of the Rockefeller plan, in David Rockefeller’s Memoirs (2002) he revealed on page 405 that he’s part of a “secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States,… conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure – one world, if you will.” Of course, in David Brooks’ lengthy review of this book in The New York Times on October 20, 2002, there’s absolutely mention of this remarkable admission by Rockefeller.
Many believe Americans will never succumb to the Rockefeller plan. However, that’s why David Rockefeller praised Chairman Mao in his August 10, 1973 New York Times article, helping to open the door to Communist China and thus increasing its economic (and military) power. More recently, Bush Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson had traveled to China 70 times and started the U.S.-China Strategic Cooperation and Communication Initiative. Paulson was formerly with Goldman-Sachs, which financially represents China in the U.S. in some important areas. In addition CFR member Paulson recently was given authority by Congress to use TARP (Emergency Economic Stabilization Act) money any way he saw fit, so Bank of America used $7 billion of their loan from Paulson to buy an interest in a Chinese bank (Citigroup used $10 billion to buy 44 Spanish toll roads).