For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms. Ephesians 6:12
Nelson Rockefeller kept busy after WWII. He remained very active with the Council on Foreign Relations (Part 19), which many authors have effectively shown to influence international policies which help further its various forms of population control.
Henry Kissinger has been Nelson Rockefeller’s “agent” inside the CFR, advancing the population control agenda to the point that Christopher Hutchins effectively demonstrated that Kissinger should be tried as a treasonous war criminal (Harper’s, March 2001). How did Kissinger get pulled into the Rockefeller camp?
Nelson Rockefeller was Eisenhower’s assistant for international affairs in 1955. In that position, he invited Kissinger to discuss national security issues at the Marine base in Quantico. Kissinger ended up writing several military proposals for Nelson and worked in his financial interests. Fortunately, Eisenhower saw things for what they were and turned it all down. Rockefeller resigned right after, seeing he wasn’t getting anywhere in that administration.
Kissinger then wrote a 468-page treatise based on CFR “studies.” In short, it proposed the viability of a tactical nuclear war and a bomb shelter in every home. It sounds like a tag line to the famous campaign slogan, “A car in every garage and a chicken in every pot.”
To quote Kissinger directly: “The willingness to engage in nuclear war when necessary is part of the price of freedom.” Pg. 285
Remember that Eisenhower once warned in a speech that “…the gravest threat to world security, democracy, and even spirituality was the growing military-industrial complex.”
He didn’t name names, but it is apparent it is directed at the Rockefellers along with the European royal families and banking cartel.
Although he struck out with Eisenhower, Kissinger scored big with Nixon, who found Kissinger impressive and just the guy to help him direct foreign policy from the White House.
According to the testimonies of former CIA directors William Colby and Richard Helms, “…it was Kissinger who must be credited for selecting the option to develop the exquisitely unique immune suppressive viruses…that Litton Bionetics executives…developed and later delivered to the Russians. (Horowitz, 1998) These viruses…were closely related to HIV.”
Nixon’s fall in disgrace in May of 1973 provided the opportunity for the shadow government to actually take control of America. Before President Ford was confirmed, this “interim” government was a power grab by Kissinger and Alexander Haig and directed by Rockefeller.
The subsequent Carter administration had Nelson Rockefeller’s protégé, Zbigniew Brzezinski, as the National Security Advisor and Joseph Califano as the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Together, they supported USAID, which had as its mission to sterilize one quarter of the world’s women. Their activities are outlined in Chapter 18 of Dr. Horowitz’s Death in the Air: Globalism, Terrorism, and Toxic Warfare.
As of today, that sterilization goal has been achieved in the Third World and most indigenous populations, including American Indians and the urban-dwelling black population.
All of this was facilitated by the U.S. Government under the guise of preventing the Third World “threat” of economic chaos and revolt as economies totter. Indeed, this official U.S. policy was shown when, on 4/30/2000, the NSA placed all research regarding AIDS under military intelligence command. Then, under advice from the NSA, President Clinton formally declared AIDS to be a national security threat.
President Clinton’s legislation empowered the CIA to act against scientific ‘dissidents’ who raised concerns regarding the origin of AIDS and genocidal aspects of vaccination policies. Pg. 292
Next: Using DNA to transmit viral infections through electromagnetic means and the conclusion of the series.
Mike was Expected to explode with the energy of a few megatons. But its designers had engineered every component to maximize its yield. It yielded 10.4 million tons of TNT equivalent, a thousand times more violent than Little Boy (The Hiroshima bomb, yield 15 kilotons)…’The fireball,” writes Leona Marshall Libby, “expanded to 3 miles in diameter…'”
Isidor Isaac Rabi was an American physicist and Nobel laureate, recognized in 1944 for his discovery of nuclear magnetic resonance, which is used in magnetic resonance imaging (wikipedia.org ). His observation regarding the bomb: “When you turn the resources of modern science to the problem of killing people, you realize how vulnerable they really are.”
These quotations are from the Pulitzer Prize winner, “The Making of the Atomic Bomb” by Richard Rhodes.