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Hollywood director and documentary film maker Aaron Russo has gone in-depth on the astounding admissions of Nick Rockefeller, who personally told him that the elite's ultimate goal was to create a microchipped population and that the war on terror was a hoax, Rockefeller having predicted an "event" that would trigger the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan eleven months before 9/11.
Rockefeller also told Russo that his family's foundation had created and bankrolled the women's liberation movement in order to destroy the family and that population reduction was a fundamental aim of the global elite.
Originally posted by Nygdan
But why should we beleive Nick Rockefeller? Maybe he is just the 'nut' of the family who has crazy beleifs but no actual knowledge???
The mission of the Rockefeller Foundation, set out by John D. Rockefeller, Sr. to “promote the well-being” of humanity, has guided the work of the Foundation since it was formed in 1913. This mission has not changed, nor has our steadfast commitment to achieving it by addressing the “root causes” of some of the world’s largest problems. Our values, likewise, endure.
The Foundation funded the majority of early work in public health in the United States, and in many places around the world. Today Harvard’s School of Public Health alone has an endowment of about $850 million. The Foundation led the way in funding basic research that eradicated yellow fever. Today, the World Heath Organization spends $900 million a year, while the National Institutes of Health spend $28 billion annually.
We see, instead, powerful allies that have joined the fights we pioneered. We see opportunities everywhere for new partnerships and networks. We see, in short, greater chances to promote the well-being of humanity. And we inherit a very powerful legacy, providing us with standing—and inspiration.
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Third we must relentlessly press our advantages. Among these: our capacity for the risk that underlies most innovation, for venturing where others remain reluctant to go; our ability to be patient in developing sustainable solutions rather than illusory quick-fixes; and our “brand,” the embodiment of our heritage, including not just our convening power, but also the ability to move not just money but minds and policies.