Lust, Greed and Glory
Updated: Jul 19
In order to find your place in the world, it's important to know who's you're living in.
Just thinking of our beautiful planet Earth, there are several facts you know are true. The elements are all connected and everything is intertwined—food chains, waterways, the sun, soil, and oxygen all allow life to thrive in harmony.
If we can clearly see nature this way, why is it that we refuse to see our society through a similar lens?
In order to understand all the connections holding the American empire together, you need to do heavy research and be prepared to unlearn a little. Consider it a history class you were never able to take in school. Also—the news won't tell you about this, so I took it upon myself to give you a little taste, and hopefully it will inspire you to learn more and find your place in the world.
Let's start by reading up on some of the most powerful families in America.
Do you Know the Rockefellers?
Family photo from
The late Godfrey Lewis Rockefeller, born in 1793, was a farmer, plantation owner and businessman that colonized Richford, New York. His parents William and Christina Rockefeller were third cousins; and William's grandfather was Johann Peter Rockefeller II, a miller who migrated from Rhineland, Germany, to Philadelphia where he was a plantation owner and landholder in Somerville, and Amwell, New Jersey.
On Rockefeller Rd in Richford, you can visit the old homestead and ruins of their old settlements, foundations, orchards and farms. There is not much left, as nature has since reclaimed most of it.
William Avery "Devil Bill" Rockefeller Sr. the son of Godfrey Lewis Rockefeller first worked a lumberman and became a traveling salesman who went by two identities—and secretly had two wives.
Disguised as Dr. William Levingston, he identified himself as
a "botanic physician" and sold elixirs. He would peddle bottles of his home-brewed patent medicine, promising it could cure any illness or disease—even cancer. He promoted pop purple to cure stomach pain that were were purple berries, and even told pregnant women they could cause them to miscarry to make it seem more credible.
John Davidson Rockefeller Sr.
William Avery Rockefeller Sr. was the crooked "botanic physician" con-artist father of the late John Davison Rockefeller Sr. (July 8, 1839 – May 23, 1937) who is still known as the wealthiest American of all time, and the richest person in modern history—who kicked off the oil industry.
When John Sr. was young, his father William Sr. would play trust games with him while abusing the rules to teach him lessons. For example, he would encourage him to jump from his high chair, only to step back and to watch the boy crash to the floor. “Remember,” father told son. “Never trust anyone completely, not even me.”
"I cheat my boys every chance I get, I want to make ‘em sharp. I trade with the boys and skin ‘em and I just beat ‘em every time I can. I want to make ‘em sharp," said William Sr.
His son, the restless John D. Rockefeller, ended up bringing a fortune to his family name. He did so by founding Standard Oil in 1870 with a business partner, investors and associates.
(Important to note that he was not the first to FIND oil. The earliest discovery of oil had been found by the Chinese in 600 B.C. and they transported in pipelines made from bamboo.)
The first oil drilled in America was effected by Colonel Edwin Drake in Pennsylvania in 1859.
Edwin Drake (Right) at the drilling site. Photo courtesy of the Drake Well Museum.
Although he established the first drill, Edwin Drake wasn't aggressive enough, and it ended up costing him the opportunity to invest further in his oil discovery. John D. Rockefeller Sr. and his business partner Henry H. Rogers left him penniless, and living on charity in Bethlehem, PA.
The state legislature later voted to award him an annual stipend for his contribution to the advancement of industry, but Rockefeller never looked back.
Prior to the discovery of crude oil, whaling was the main source of oil for lamps. Whaling left many species severely depleted in the middle of the 20th century but it wasn't until 1986 that the International Whaling Commission (IWC) banned commercial whaling because of the extreme depletion of most of the whale stocks.
18th century whalers. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.
So, did petroleum save the whales from extermination?
Not really. The heavy use of fossil fuels continues to threaten their population through climate change. Warmer currents make it harder for them to breathe, and also affect their food supply. Also—just like the how the development of electronic storage mediums and e-mail did not necessarily lead to dramatic reduction in paper consumption, our economies and societies only continue to expand, and quickly require more resources to survive. Non-fossil energy sources at the time were for the most part added to, not used in place of, fossil fuels.
The Evolution of Standard Oil
Back in 1904, when president Theodore Roosevelt was in office, one of the first projects he took on was to rip apart Standard Oil and investigate the petroleum industry. They had heard of bribing, predatory pricing and when all else failed—straightforward intimidation by Rockefeller and his associates. After 444 witnesses and 12,000 pages of testimony, the court rules that Standard Oil’s unreasonable business practices violate the Sherman Anti Trust Act. 
It was decided that Standard Oil had six months to break up.
In its place, 34 smaller companies were formed. These later became Exxon, Mobil and Chevron. Even though he was forced into restructuring the industry, the defeated Rockefeller was still left with a net worth, in today’s money, of $660 billion. 
In late July 1911, Standard Oil announced its plan for dissolution and divided into several different entities, here are some:
Standard Oil of New Jersey (Exxon)-kept almost 50% of net value
Standard Oil of New York (Mobil)-kept 9% of net value
Standard Oil of California (Chevron)
Standard Oil of Ohio (Sohio) (American arm of BP)
Standard Oil of Indiana (Amoco)
Continental Oil (Conoco)
Atlantic (part of ARCO and then Sun Oil)
The company was split into 34 major entities based on geographical area. Hence–why you'll see some gas stations names in small towns, but not in bigger cities. Just remember that the money is going into the same pockets.
Standard Oil has since been renamed Exxonmobil (under which you will find Esso, Mobil, etc.) which was "founded" in 1999 by John D. Rockefeller, who died in 1937. You read that right.
Another view of the Standard Oil evolution:
But oil was used for far more than transportation—it introduced a whole new era of convenience and industrial development for America. It opened up a new world that unfolded very quickly—similar to the speed of today's technological advancements.
John D. Rockefeller hired chemists who would develop 300 by-products from each barrel of oil (a barrel of oil is ~ 42 US gallons or159L)
From this, came different lubricating oils to anesthetics. Kerosene (distilled oil) ended up being a cheaper substitute to whale oil, coal oil, and, for a while, even electricity and took the lead in powering America's homes, factories and streets.
Kerosene lighting greatly transformed homes and businesses across the country, and was also shipped to Europe which had a wealthier marketplace.
But in 1869, Rockefeller was in a panic. His fear was that his already immense wealth (he was only 29 years old) might disappear due to the volatile market, despite his shady deals with rebates (discounts on shipping oil by rail) with the New York Central, the Pennsylvania & Erie railroads, all three major railroads connected to Cleveland. Its location was convenient.
New York Central Railway Company. Photo courtesy of Britannica.
With his increased profits in 1872, Rockefeller, aged just 33 and his business partner Henry Flagler bought twenty-three companies (virtually all the competing oil refineries in Cleveland Ohio), and created the country’s first monopoly.
He then controlled 90% of the North American oil supply. This period of three months was called The Cleveland Massacre.
Here's how each party who agreed to associate with Rockefeller benefited:
Railroads - The Pennsylvania, Erie, and New York Central railroads would receive regular oil shipments at a guaranteed ratio. This would end the chaotic price wars they engaged in, and allow for each concern to turn a profit on their oil shipments.
Trading houses - Firms in New York would receive the right to purchase oil at fixed rates as well. This would increase the stability of their trade, and allow them to make a consistent profit on East Coast and overseas sales. One of the largest firms - Bostwick and Tilford - had been covertly acquired by Standard Oil in 1871.
Refineries - Standard Oil and others would receive rebates on their oil shipments, in return for guaranteed volume (again, spread among the participating railroads). Competing refineries with smaller shipments would be charged higher rates.
The losers were the oil drillers, refineries, and traders who were left out of the loop. Riots broke out and protests happened on the streets.
Credit: Ron Chernow
Those who did submit were treated well, while those who resisted were annihilated. Whether he knew a thing or two about history or not, Rockefeller intuitively applied these tactics to the business world.
To comfort everyone and reinstate hope, Rockefeller came up with the solution of selling the public Standard Oil Stocks.
Slogan: "Take Standard Oil stock, and your family will never know want."
Most who took the deal became rich men, and some were offered lucrative positions within Standard Oil. The story doesn't end very well for the rest.
In just a few months, Rockefeller had provided a masterful example of using diversionary tactics to distract the attention of the media from The Cleveland Massacre.
Shortly after, Cornelius Vanderbilt, who owned the New York Central Railroad and the only rail bridge in NYC (the gateway to the country's largest port and market) tried to force better rates on Rockefeller to keep transporting his oil.
Tom Scott, railroad executive and industrialist (one of Vanderbilt's rivals/competitors) also saw this as a great opportunity, and moved in quickly to seal a deal with Rockefeller.
Rockefeller, being the evil businessman that he is, played them against themselves, and left them both in the dark.
Vanderbilt and Scott then formed an alliance, cutting Rockefeller away from their rail lines. Their goal was to start another war—but what they didn't know, was that Rockefeller had more oil to transport than both of their railroads could even carry.
Enter the first pipeline.
His rapid rise lead to him building a 4,000 mile pipeline to deliver oil from Cleveland, Ohio to Pennsylvania—avoiding the railroads altogether.
The pipeline hit the stocks of the rail companies so bad, 1/3 of the country’s 360 rail road companies were wiped out. The crash was the worst America had ever seen in its history.
The pipeline enabled Standard Oil to cut off the flow of crude oil to refineries Rockefeller wanted to buy. When a rival company attempted to build a competing pipeline across Pennsylvania, Standard Oil would quickly buy up land along the way to block it.
Rockefeller also resorted to outright bribery of Pennsylvania legislators. In the end, Standard Oil had ownership of nearly all the oil pipelines in the nation.
Tom Scott, seeing the pipeline as the future, started investing in his own. Scott invested with his protégé, Andrew Carnegie, who gained a fortune himself in the steel industry, then became a major position of division superintendent of the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1859.
This is when Rockefeller asked his Chief Operating Officer not to send any more oil through Scott’s pipeline, forcing Scott to fire 10,000+ workers and cutting wages, which was devastating for the local economy.
It was clear that Rockefeller's ultimate goal was to have complete control of his country, and eventually the global oil market. The family still uses the same tactics to this day, but the media won't shed light on the psychology behind their war games because we're all players in their game.
"I believe the power to make money is a gift of God… to be developed and used to the best of our ability for the good of mankind. Having been endowed with the gift I possess, I believe it is my duty to make money, and still more money, and to use the money I make for the good of my fellow man according to the dictates of my conscience."
— John D Rockefeller
While Rockefeller-funded corporations and chemists were researching alternative uses for oil, the perfect opportunity was presented. At the time, kerosene was declining in value with the rise of hydroelectricity.
They discovered that the noxious and flammable waste that was produced after distilling the oil to make kerosene was in fact usable. Other refineries were quick to get rid of it—sending it down waterways, even making rivers flammable.
The Cuyahoga River on fire, back when water pollution did not trouble the city’s residents very much. Instead, water pollution was viewed as a necessary consequence of the industry that had brought prosperity to the city.
“We used to burn it for fuel in distilling the oil,” said Rockefeller, “and thousands and hundreds of thousands of barrels of it floated down the creeks and rivers, and the ground was saturated with it, in the constant effort to get rid of it.”
This lead to the discovery of gasoline, which is still used to this day to power internal combustion engines driving the majority of transportation in the 20th century.
Rockefeller discovered gasoline before the popularity of automobiles, and at the time, no other refinery knew what to do with this "waste" other than Rockefeller, who saved it and used it as fuel.
As soon as the automobile industry took off, Standard Oil capitalized on the new market, which saved them from the decline in revenue due to kerosene's competition with new hydro methods developed by Thomas Edison in 1879 which were greatly improved and perfected by Nikola Tesla. That's a whole other story.
This meant that by the time the automobile industry took off, Rockefeller’s Standard Oil was ready to capitalize on this new market, saving them from the decline in kerosene sales.
The Manmade Cure
The discovery of petrochemicals has completely industrialized our society and took over the world like a wildfire, to the point where we have been consuming and purchasing beyond what is sustainable for far too long.
Products such as:
and much more is made from refining crude oil. For this reason, oil is an extremely important part of our economy today.
A petrochemical factory. Credit: Zora Zhuang
The principle we can't forget is that every hydrocarbon taken from the ground can be used to make a profit, and if there's no profit—the elites see no use purpose in investing in it.
Refining oil lead to the discovery of petrochemicals, which are essential to modern Western medicine. Ingredients such as cumene, phenol, benzene, and other aromatics are used to make not only aspirin, but also penicillin and many cancer-fighting drugs.
Some examples of petrochemicals:
Ethylene: Used in paper, consumer electronics, detergents, footwear, and adhesives
Propylene: Used in paints, furniture, textiles, pharmaceuticals, and food packaging
Benzene: Creates pharmaceuticals, furniture, electronics, and food packaging
Methanol: Used in thermal insulation and building construction
Toluene: Creates inks and sports equipment
Side-effects of ingesting products made of petrochemicals can be serious, and are different for everyone. It is widely proven that pharmaceuticals disrupt our natural microbiome.
"Trillions of symbiotic microbial organisms live in and on the surface of the human body. They can be found in and on nearly every part of the body, including the gut, brain, ear, skin, nose, the oral, gastrointestinal, respiratory, urinary and vaginal tracts and the bloodstream. Their genes are now thought to contribute more to human survival than the genes of the human. Such genes, the human microbiome, are, for example, pivotal to the process of aging, digestion, the immune system, the modulation of the central nervous system, and a person’s mood and cognitive ability. This makes the human microbiome an essential organ in the human body. Without it the human body cannot function." [*]
Image courtesy of whatisbiotechnology.com.
Western medicine has never been, and never will be a "one side fits all" as much as the World Health Organization makes it seem. Petrochemicals healed symptoms temporarily, but the real profits come from the ill and those who are prescribed daily doses. Taking pharmaceuticals long-term presents many underlying issues, but are appealing as a quick "band-aid" to our problems.
No human has the same microbiome. It is as unique as a person’s fingerprint. The human microbiome, however, is a dynamic system that alters over the course of a person’s life.
A result of petrochemicals found in prescription drugs are Xenoestrogens.
They're “foreign” estrogens, substances that are close enough in molecular structure to estrogen that they can bind to estrogen receptor sites with potentially hazardous outcomes. Sources of Xenoestrogens include plastics, pesticides, fertilizers, chemicals, and water. Basically, they're in most of what you consume through your government's system.
Xenoestrogens have been linked to huge increases in prostate cancer. Estradiol in men is essential for modulating libido, erectile function, and spermatogenesis, and are disrupted by Xenoestrogens.
Source: American Cancer Society (founded by Rockefellers)
These chemicals also affect women, of course. Xenoestrogens are known to exaggerate the carcinogenic effects of radiation, and may increase the breast cancer risk among women who were subjected to prenatal exposure to them.
Strange how an organization that creates a problem can give you the solution—and profit off of both. The Rockefellers founded the American Cancer Society—and they also get billions of dollars in charity donations a year. How does that add up?
This simple equation is how billionaires hide behind "philanthropy" and collect their wealth. They do everything to guilt-trip you into funding their causes.
It's the exact same strategy used to control populations. Why fight your people when you can induce fear and have them obey your every command? The equation is no different! It's total mind control.
The CDC released these projections for 2020:
Between 2010 and 2020, we expect the number of new cancer cases in the United States to go up about 24% in men to more than 1 million cases per year, and by about 21% in women to more than 900,000 cases per year.
The kinds of cancer we expect to increase the most are—
Melanoma (the deadliest kind of skin cancer) in white men and women.
Prostate, kidney, liver, and bladder cancers in men.
Lung, breast, uterine, and thyroid cancers in women.
Looks like a massive government disease business to me:
And the revenues just keep coming in!
It's no surprise, cancer brings in the most pharma revenue to the American Cancer Society.
According to Evaluate's calculations, oncology drugs reached US $123.8 billion in sales in 2018, more than double that of the next item on the list, drugs treating diabetes with US $48.5 billion dollars in sales. By 2024, cancer drug sales are expected to almost double to US $236.6 billion dollars.
Vaccines also bring in billions of dollars each year. But the future mandatory COVID-19 vaccine crafted by computer engineer Bill Gates and the Rockefeller-funded World Health Organization will bring in an exceptional amount of money for pharma companies.
I can't believe they are also asking for donations! These are the RICHEST people in the world profiting off disease! Highway robbery.
The latest approved vaccine Ad5-nCOV that has been reported as a potential cure for COVID-19 was created in China and was approved for a study in June. One of the many ingredients in the vaccine is HEK-293—a genetically engineered cell line derived from aborted human embryonic kidney cells grown in tissue culture. Additionally, in order to test the vaccine, these human tissues are required for implantation into severely immune-compromised mice to create chimeric animals that have a human immune system.
For those who didn't know, from 1979 until 2015, the Chinese Communist Party had a one-child policy. It was the most extreme state of a birth control project in history, and Chinese women have not yet recovered from the trauma.
Their government has never even apologized to them. China performed up to 23 million abortions a year. That comes down to 43 abortions per minute. Today, almost every woman has gone through forced sterilization or abortion.
Another problem with petrochemicals and Xenoestrogens is the feminization of men through pesticides and fertilizers. Also, all the preservatives used in our foods and water supply.
These pesticides alter our DNA and affect our nervous systems, our physical development, and our minds. Weakened genes can cause development problems for future generations.
Tyrone Hayes, an incredible biologist discovered that a top-selling herbicide called atrazine (that has been widely used for 40 years in some 80 countries) turned male frogs into females that were able to mate and successfully reproduce.
It's widely used on golf courses, over 50% of corn crops, wheat (so it's in grain), fruits & vegetables, and it ends up in our water supply, damaging the environment.
Atrazine was banned in Europe in 2003 over concerns of widespread groundwater contamination. There are currently 13 products containing atrazine that are permitted for use in Canada. They are commonly used on corn crops in Ontario, Quebec and parts of Manitoba.
The chief scientist at Sygenta, Tim Pastoor, called the study flawed, and was afraid that if the info leaked there would be a ban on his product so he proceeded to threaten Tyrone.
"Tim Pastoor, for example, before I would give a talk, would literally threaten, whisper in my ear that he could have me lynched, or he would—quote, said he would 'send some of his good ol’ boys to show me what it’s like to be gay,' or at one point he threatened my wife and my daughter with sexual violence. He would whisper things like, 'Your wife’s at home alone right now. How do you know I haven’t sent somebody there to take care of her? Isn’t your daughter there?' So, eventually, it really slipped into some, you know, pretty scary tactics," said Tyrone.
Sygenta is now owned by ChemChina, a Chinese state-owned enterprise. Ironically, their website is all about fighting climate change. It's time we see past the buzzwords and start questioning what is really going on behind the scenes. They are making a mockery of science and censoring it from us.
Look at their website! How are they fighting climate change with their chemicals?
One of the physically noticeable symptoms of high estrogen levels in men:
Atrazine suppresses luteinizing hormone (LH), a chemical responsible for ovulation (release of an egg) in females and sperm production in males. It can also change levels of dopamine, which helps brain cells communicate, and somatostatin, which regulates the release of other hormones. Longer exposure to atrazine can lead to decreases in body weight and affect the kidneys and heart. It can also delay the formation of bones in unborn children. These more serious effects only occur at high doses (70 mg of atrazine/kg a person’s body weight); hormone suppression, however, is quite sensitive and occurs at doses as low as 3 mg of atrazine/kg body weight.
Also scary—it ends up in our water systems. Great way to make us sick (to control the population numbers) and pollute our precious resources. Atrazine is just one of the many!
Here's how widely it was used in 2016, and is still being used today. (It was banned in Europe in 2003)
The Plastic Plague
Another invention was polyethylene (plastic) was discovered in 1933 from burning ethylene. It is durable and pliable polyethylene became the most commonly used polymer.
In the early 20th century, petroleum and chemical companies began to develop alliances and form integrated companies. Today the largest players: DowDuPont, ExxonMobil, Shell, Chevron, BP and Sinopec—are integrated companies that produce both fossil fuels and plastics.
Plastic pollution in the ocean courtesy of CNN.
Remember the image of the Cuyahoga River on fire? Here's a modern version for you. Our problems have not gone away, they've only changed form. Plastic is choking our oceans, and microplastics are found in wildlife, in water all over the globe, and in our food. That's right, we ingest plastic through food.
What else have petrochemicals brought us?
Drugs. And lots of them.
Yes—you read that right. Drugs are derived from fossil fuels, and Western medicine was completely driven by profit after the discovery of petrochemicals.
Don't worry though, the elites are well aware of the effects humans have on climate change.
It's all part of their Agenda 2030 plan with the United Nations (also funded by the Rockefellers). Bill Gates has expressed many times that we need less humans on Earth, and has since successfully sterilized plenty of women without their consent.
Vaccines, for Bill Gates, are a strategic "philanthropy" that feed his many vaccine-related businesses (including Microsoft’s ambition to control a global vac ID enterprise) and give him dictatorial control over global health policy—the spear tip of corporate neo-imperialism.
Here's a talk he did called "Innovating to Zero" in 2010 where he says: "Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, healthcare, reproductive health services, We could lower that by perhaps 10% or 15%." @ 4:40
Safe to say our plastic problem will disappear when the elites decide to ban single-use plastics and stop producing so much of it. Then, we'll have more sustainable methods and better options to carry on with our lives. But oh no, the profit they will lose! That's how they get us with their other plans...
The World Health Organization Campaign
The differences between Western medicine and traditional medicine is that Western medicine treats symptoms alone, and neglects treating the cause—while traditional medicine prevents the cause, and views the body as a whole microcosm of the universe, such as emperor is the heart of the kingdom.
When petrochemicals were discovered, Rockefeller made sure traditional medicine was extremely suppressed and questioned. Indigenous healing methods were almost erased and called out to be nothing more than "placebo" effects by the World Health Organization, who exposed their feelings in this article comparing their Western methods to traditional medicine:
"In wealthy countries, the public often reacts in a negative way to health care that is seen as over-medicalized and over-specialized, with the patient treated like a collection of specialized body-parts, and not as a whole person. People want more control over what is done to their bodies. They want to self-regulate their own health. As seen in the movement of vaccination refusal, science is often mistrusted, sometimes even vilified. Rumours spread via social media can carry more weight that hundreds of well-designed peer-reviewed research reports. The industry fiercely defends its territory, its claims, and its profits. Aggressive marketing that makes unsubstantiated claims has antagonized many in the medical establishment. As medical professionals argue, most alternative medicines are introduced onto the market, via over-the-counter sales or the Internet, without any regulatory oversight."
Aggressive marketing for natural remedies? I haven't seen any ads in a long time!
But wow! 7,1,00,000,000 media articles about COVID funded by the WHO is not aggressive?
Their campaign "One World: Together at home" was even curated in collaboration with Lady Gaga! Ah, our government using celebrity endorsements again and paying them big bucks, while average citizens lose their jobs, businesses, lives, and their homes. What about the families starving in Africa the WHO says they fund and support? Oh, yeah supporting them wouldn't be profitable. But you, North American, are next.
Remember when doctors endorsed smoking? That was a very similar monopoly in the early 19th century.
The rise of American Tobacco Company happened after the Civil War in 1890, and in the early-to-mid-1900's, doctors were paid to endorse cigarettes to bring revenue to its founder J. B. Duke who merged between other tobacco manufacturers including Allen and Ginter and Goodwin & Company. The company was one of the original 12 members of the Dow Jones Industrial Average in 1896.
Wow, a doctor promoting smoking! Sounds wild today, doesn't it? It is only as of recent years that we finally understand the dangers of smoking. But look at all the profit it made them!
Here's a long list of all the drugs approved for lung cancer treatment. Guess where the money goes? I think you can think for yourself by now. Rockefellers are directly involved.
Did you hear about how the U.S. tested biological warfare on America in the 1950's? It started with the spraying of San Fransisco.
"Nearly all of San Francisco received 500 particle minutes per litre. In other words, nearly every one of the 800,000 people in San Francisco exposed to the cloud at normal breathing rate (10 liters per minute) inhaled 5,000 or more particles per minute during the several hours that they remained airborne."
This was among the first but far from the last of these sorts of tests.
Oh, and Dow Jones, the company behind the media is a parent organization of News Corp. You're familiar with News Corp, you just probably didn't know. I just Googled it now for you to see:
You saw it here first! Disney, Fox News, Hollywood, Sony, Viacom... What is going on!?
Wow, there's a LOT more.
So who's behind News Corp.?
Meet Rupert Murdoch. Net worth: 17 billion USD.
Why is he so important? Most of us let the media manipulate our every move. It's really dangerous when one guy is put in charge.
Don't let their biographies fool you—these men are far more dangerous and powerful than they seem. Look up Bilderberg. The media moguls meet with all the other billionaires every year at this event, where they all talk about how they're going to manipulate us through the news and advertising.
Did you know the Rockefellers founded the World Health Organization?
"In recent years, there has been a growing debate about what role foundations should play in global health governance generally, and particularly vis-à-vis the World Health Organization (WHO). Much of this discussion revolves around today's gargantuan philanthropy, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and its sway over the agenda and modus operandi of global health. Yet such pre-occupations are not new. The Rockefeller Foundation (RF), the unparalleled 20th century health philanthropy heavyweight, both profoundly shaped WHO and maintained long and complex relations with it, even as both institutions changed over time." 
Today, the World Health Organization receives 90% of their funding from Bill Gates and several countries they have ties with. The USA recently cut ties with the WHO under the Trump administration, and they were their biggest funder ($893M). I can't help but wonder why.
Bill was previously best known as an American computer programmer and entrepreneur who cofounded Microsoft Corporation. He was born in a rich family with no degree.
Did you see the recent video of Bill and Melinda Gates laughing when they mention "the next pandemic?" It's kinda weird.
How do you feel after learning about how the greedy Rockefeller family is one of the few who run our world as we know it?
Here are some major organizations the Rockefellers either founded or massively funded:
The United Nations: The United Nations is an international organization founded in 1945 after the Second World War by 51 countries committed to maintaining international peace and security, developing friendly relations. Their end goal? To have a one-world democratic government. China is also pushing for it.
American Cancer Society: The American Cancer Society is a nationwide voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer established in 1913.
The Trilateral Commission: The Trilateral Commission is a non-governmental, nonpartisan discussion group founded by David Rockefeller in July 1973 to foster closer cooperation between Japan, Western Europe and North America.
The Council on Foreign Relations: Independent nonpartisan think tank and publisher that promotes understanding of international relations and foreign policy. Includes government officials, activists, scholars, business leaders, journalists, and professionals from corporations and nonprofit groups.
The World Health Organization: Also majority funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, founders of Microsoft who are the head of the COVID-19 campaign investing heavily in a vaccine and marketing.
General Education Board: General Education Board was a philanthropic non-governmental organization which was used primarily to support higher education and medical schools in the United States. Pushed for industrial farming, manufacturing, engineering and Western medicine practices. Founded in 1903.
Standard Oil: Well, you read all about it above!
and many, many more.
do we Have the Money?
Trudeau is spending over $88M on COVID-19 advertising in Canada? Does that not seem a little excessive, especially considering we have none? It only makes sense if they're only going to get the revenue back from vaccines in the end.
But where is all this money coming from? Everybody accepts their government cheques, but nobody seems to question what the price will be. Will we owe this money back in taxes? My general rule is if it feels wrong, then something must be up.
It's time to ask ourselves these questions, because those who know a little more can make a better guess. I don't have the answers, but I can tell you that Canada has a central bank (Bank of Canada) and the USA has the Federal Reserve.
It's never a good sign when we need to borrow from these banks, because we contribute of their empire, and drives us further down the hole and increases interest.
The Bank of Canada's shares are held by about a dozen European banking organizations, mostly British, and most notably the Rothschild banking dynasty. [*] Rothschilds are but another incredibly powerful family, just like the Rockefellers. I consider them to be even more powerful. The Rothschilds and Rockefellers have worked together since the early days, combining their empires to take over the world with their fortune.
The Rothschild banking empire benefited tremendously from the French Revolution. During the war, Rothschild facilitated monetary transactions for Hessian mercenary soldiers
Now, with the help and technology from China; oil, health, surveillance—We will meet together as one.
You might think you're loaning from the government, but in fact—it is quite the contrary. They are actually borrowing (...taking) money from you and loan it to others, to build more profits off everyone's interest. Basically, printing money that doesn't exist, hoping that someday everyone will pay it back. Trudeau has no money... The people he works for does. They own the banks!
Let's say a person has no money (and is already in debt) and a credit card company offers them a new card with a very low interest rate, should they take it and spend to the limit now?
Trudeau is the person who took it. When you shake hands with the big boys, you play their game. They don't play yours.
We live in their machine. Those tied to the banks own everything. If you live in Northern Canada, they own your mines. They own entire cities in the GTA. They disguise themselves as corporations and invest in creating civilizations for their profit. They have a massive umbrella of companies and organizations, that all boil down to the same thing.
Tract housing and mortgages are a product of this:
Tract housing evolved in the 1940's when the demand for cheap housing rocketed. Economies of scale meant that large numbers of identical homes could be built faster and more cheaply to fulfil the growing demand. Developers would purchase a dozen or more adjacent lots and conduct the building construction as an assembly-line process.
This lifestyle then lead to industrial farming (and all the serious problems that come along with that), and now here we are programmed to rely on big corporations for our food supply, where hormones and diseases are common.
The Rothschilds are always keeping their eyes on their next investment. They even hired Newfoundland's top geologist Claude K. Howse to guide a 228-man prospecting corps in Labrador where they uncovered iron-ore, titanium, copper, lead, zinc, nickel and nearly twenty million cords of virgin timber (the basis of a possible pulp-and-paper industry in Goose Bay) fed by a new railroad opening up the Labrador interior. View the article for yourself on MacLeans.
Rothschilds also eyed water resources of Labrador, including Churchill Falls as hydroelectricity to combine timber, mineral, and water resources for industrial development.
Just like this one:
Tilt Cove Mine, ca. 1900
Newfoundland and Labrador's first major mine opened at Tilt Cove in 1864.
Photographer unknown. Reproduced by permission of Archives and Special Collections (Coll. 137 13.06.001), Queen Elizabeth II Library, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NL.
But when an entity or individual cannot service its debt, creditors will lay claim on its assets. Looking at natural resources today makes me think—could we possibly lose our National Parks?
Here a document explaining the values of the Economic Value of a National Park by EUROPARC.
We can't forget that as fragile and precious as these areas are to our environment and to our cultures and hearts, the government could easily turn around and plan to industrialize them if they need immediate profit. To extract oil.
Reminds me of Bill 61 they tried to slip under the rug this June in Québec.
A bill disguised to re-open the economy, that had dark underlying motives. It wasn't until lawyer Stéphane Blais caused an uproar and fought back that the bill was put on hold until the fall. All coverage of the bill is in French, but you can find a video that explains it well here.
Here's what it was disguised to be:
Here were some of the laws that stood out that were buried within the bill:
National Parks (building in National Parks): In the event that the boundaries of a national park must be changed to allow the implementation of a designated stimulus project, the Bill allows the public hearing required for this purpose to be held by the Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’environnement (BAPE) at the same time as the public hearings related to the project itself, rather than holding separate public hearings.
Expropriation (Kicking you out of your home and not giving you the right to fight the law): The Bill allows the Québec government to rely on an accelerated expropriation procedure, similar to the one used for the Réseau Express Métropolitain light rail network, for infrastructure projects, including the extension of the “Blue Line” of the Montreal Metro. Under the accelerated procedure, the expropriated party cannot challenge the right to expropriate, the expropriating party has 90 days following the notice of expropriation to communicate the indemnity offered to the expropriated party and, in certain circumstances, the acquisition of the property by Transport Québec, by contract or expropriation, will not have to be preauthorized by the Québec government. Also, under certain conditions, the provisional indemnity for the expropriation of a farm, a business or an industry will be determined by the Québec government, and not by the Québec Administrative Tribunal. The expropriated party and the tenant will no longer be authorized to request to remain in possession of the expropriated property and the indemnity for the expropriation will be fixed without taking into account any gain resulting from the public announcement of the project.
Fidel Castro Justin Trudeau
For shits, here's a photo of his scandalous mother Margaret and Fidel Castro in Cuba in the 1970's... holding Justin!
Why is she touching him like that?
Oh dear, they look absolutely identical!
Castro’s regime was successful in reducing illiteracy, stamping out racism and improving public health care, but was widely criticized for stifling economic and political freedoms.
Dictatorship is terrifying! Something worries me about it. Does anyone remember this time in 2010 he said he admired China out of every country in the world because of its dictatorship?
RELEASING PRISONERS? SINGING BANS?
And why are they banning singing from churches? An increase on 'contaminated droplets' is not enough of an explanation. China did this as well, so everyone could worship their president Xi Jinping.
As a result, here's what worship looks like in China:
As of 2018, it was estimated that the Chinese authorities may have detained hundreds of thousands, perhaps a million, Uyghurs, Kazakhs, Kyrgyz and other ethnic Turkic Muslims, Christians as well as some foreign citizens such as Kazakhstanis, who are being held in these secretive internment camps to strip them of their culture and freedoms. They are still being contained today and are watched 24/7, abused and punished for communicating with others. They call these "re-education camps". Watch what you fight for.
China is getting more and more power at the UN in the Human Rights Council Panel, this is something we should all be concerned about. They have no idea what human rights are!
It's time we start to think beyond germs and masks. There is a lot going on that we can't control. But what we can control is our minds, our hearts, and our emotions.
Our trigger buttons are being pressed every single day by world leaders and billionaire-funded organizations through the media, and we're reacting to them without first letting ourselves process what is really going on. Our leaders purposely create problems and push our buttons and turn us against each other. They love to cause chaos and fear so that we all accept and welcome their proposed solutions.
What are the 10 effective emotional triggers to drive sales? Here's the list brought to us by Entrepreneur.com to drive sales. You'll recognize them right away.
1. Fear: Fear is an emotion that can be used in a wide variety of marketing messages. Insurance companies often appeal to the emotion of fear with messages like "Don't get caught with too little insurance."
2. Guilt: Consumers are easily affected by messages that trigger emotions of guilt. Nonprofit organizations use the guilt trigger effectively in copy such as "Don't let them suffer anymore."
3. Trust: Trust is one of the hottest trends in marketing, and every company seems to be trying to jump on the trust bandwagon in their marketing messages. Financial companies are leading the way with messages like "no hidden fees."
3. Value: Value is another hot trend in marketing, and many promotions appeal directly to the emotional trigger of getting a good deal. For example, promotional messages that say "If you find a better price for the same product, we'll match it" are effective in piquing feelings related to value.
4. Belonging: Few people truly want to be alone. Human nature dictates that most people want to feel like they belong to a group, and customers often purchase products in an attempt to feel part of a specific group. Many companies effectively appeal to consumers' desires to belong, using copy like "You're part of the family."
5. Competition: The old adage of keeping up with the Joneses is an adage for a reason. Many consumers are affected by a competitive desire to feel equal to or better than their peers. Copy like "Make them drool" is a great example of a message that elicits feelings of competition.
6. Instant Gratification: We live in a world where people expect instant gratification in all aspects of their lives. Messages that cater to a sense of urgency are well-received by consumers who already desire instant gratification. Use words like now, today, in one hour or less, within 24 hours, and so on to appeal to the emotional trigger of instant gratification.
7. Leadership: A lot of consumers want to lead the way in trying new products, and this audience responds strongly to marketing messages that appeal to their feelings related to leadership. Messages that make them feel like they're first or in control are powerful for this audience. Phrases such as "Be the first on your block" effectively appeal to the emotional trigger of leadership.
8. Trend-setting: Many consumers want to feel cool or trendy, so appealing to those emotions in copywriting is fairly standard. Variations of "all the cool kids are doing it" are commonplace in copywriting and can be used to market a wide variety of products and services to an even wider audience. The famous Gatorade ad featuring Michael Jordan and the copy "Be like Mike" is a perfect example.
9. Instant-gratification: We live in a world where people expect instant gratification in all aspects of their lives. Messages that cater to a sense of urgency are well-received by consumers who already desire instant gratification. Use words like now, today, in one hour or less, within 24 hours, and so on to appeal to the emotional trigger of instant gratification.
10. Time: In the 21st century, people are busier than ever. As such, they desire more free time to pursue personal interests, spend time with family and friends, and so on. Marketing messages that appeal to that desire for more free time are extremely effective, such as "Cut the time it takes to vacuum your house in half."
Recognize some of these? Maybe recently you've felt guilty... or felt fear, which is at the top of the list?
There's a reason for that. It's the easiest emotion to trigger to manipulate the masses.
The pyramid below taken from a Psychology Today article shows the only 5 fears we all share:
Ego Death is at the top of the list. But what does 'Ego Death' mean?
"The fear of humiliation, shame, or any other mechanism of profound self-disapproval that threatens the loss of integrity of the self; the fear of the shattering or disintegration of one's constructed sense of lovability, capability, and worthiness."
We're living in interesting times. The world is transforming before our eyes. If you are able to look beyond your comfort zone, you can see it all so clear. And there's more, oh—so much more! But this is probably enough for now. I'm always available if you have any questions or need to chat.
There will be shifts, wars, laughs, cries—misunderstanding, separation, deaths, but growth will be the most prominent.
Trust your instincts, enjoy nature, fresh air, friends and family. Live without fear, and don't wait till tomorrow to make your dreams come true. The time is now. Live by example, and spread the word of truth and live in honesty.