posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 04:39 PM
THE ROCKEFELLER PLAN
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).
How’s any of this supposed to help homeowners in the U.S. not default on their mortgages? It’s not! And where are we now in 2009? The Chinese are
poised economically to begin to coerce the U.S. to restructure our education and economy in order to compete successfully globally. Recently on the
national news, it was reported that BYD Auto Company of China would introduce soon its electric car which simply could be plugged into a wall socket
overnight. An auto industry analyst said there are those in Detroit who are “sweating bullets” over this because BYD’s car will cost only
$22,000 compared to the first American electric car which will cost about $40,000 when it’s introduced.
Since BYD has only been making cars about 5 years, how could they beat the U.S. with the first mass-produced electric car? It may well be because
education in China is far more rigorous than in the U.S.
For example, there’s a small town in China named Zhenzhou which has a high school where its 10,000 students arrive at 6 AM for calisthenics and
don’t leave school until 10 PM. In China, high school students take four years of biology, four years of chemistry and four years of physics, with
the Senior year integrating all three subjects. Regarding math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus and statistics are integrated in all four
years of high school. Compare this to American students who never take four years of all these subjects.
In the workplace, I’ve already mentioned one town in China that specializes in the manufacture of neckties. Another town, Putian, is the largest
shoe manufacturer in the world, and one-third of all shoes in the U.S. come from Putian.
In previous columns, I’ve mentioned how years ago I proposed a number of ways to improve elementary and secondary education in the U.S. Regarding
higher education, about 30 years ago I proposed colleges offer courses called “Contemporary Cultures,” which would introduce students to the
history, geography, culture (e.g., art and music), language, politics and economics of individual foreign nations. Had colleges done this, we may well
not be in the dire position we are in today in terms of global competition. Now, it’s probably too late!
On the other hand, Chinese institutions of higher education have Departments of Entrepreneurship. This sounds contradictory for a “Communist”
regime, but one must realize that David Rockefeller’s promotion of China over 35 years ago wasn’t because his ideal was for a nation of just
communal peasants. The Rockefeller plan was rather that China would be the fulfillment of Frederick Gates’ “dream” of docile rural folk
satisfied with their own lot and led by an educated elite. This would not only be a political elite, but a technical elite as well, such as those at
BYD who beat Detroit in the mass production of an electric car.
There is still a large rural population in China, and those poor who move to cities such as Shanghai often live as poor workers in hovels between the
modern skyscrapers. A friend of mine actually took photos of this, as well as of two women on the front lawn of a skyscraper cutting the grass with
just scissors! It’s the return to feudalism described in W.J. Ghent’s Our Benevolent Feudalism (1902), which Jack London in The Iron Heel (1907)
proclaimed would be “the textbook” the oligarchs and plutocrats would use in “moulding the thought processes of the nation.” At the end of my
book, The Road to Socialism and the New World Order, I quote extensively from Ghent’s plan, which I project as resulting in a Techno-Feudal
Socialistic New Age New World Order (including a World Socialist Government).
As I’ve written before, crises are used to get the public into accepting things they otherwise would resist. In that regard, in “Global Economy
Hit By Massive Wave of Job Cuts” (The Economic Times, January 26, 2009), one reads that “British Prime Minister Gordon Brown insisted that the
[current economic] crisis should ultimately give birth to ‘a new global order.’… We could view the threats and challenges we face today as the
difficult birth-pangs of a new global order – and our task now as nothing less than making the transition through a new internationalism to the
benefits of an expanding global society.” Toward that end, the “moulding of thought processes” mentioned above is brought about by saying only
global solutions can solve global problems.
Relevant to this, Ben Barber with Demos (which has received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the Rockefeller Foundation) on Tavis Smiley’s show
on PBS (January 16, 2009) stated that “the war on terrorism, like the war on drugs, like the war on AIDS, like the war on over-leveraged banks and
markets can only be fought together, not one nation at a time…. President Obama has a chance to create a shared destiny for an interdependent world
in which the United States leads but it also listens, in which the United States is a model for change and for democracy but also learns from others
how it’s done.” Barber has led “Interdependence Day” on September 12 of each year since 2003, and Tavis Smiley referred to him as “a great
American public intellectual.”
It’s efforts like those of Demos and Barber which will help bring about the fruition of the Rockefeller “one world” plan. And the movement
toward Socialism in the U.S. will be an important part of this effort.
Concerning this movement, Dick Morris in “The Obama Presidency: Here Comes Socialism” (January 20, 2009) wrote that “We will shortly become like
Germany, France, the United Kingdom