Additional Articles By Servando GonzalezDeath Of A President
Jun 17, 2017
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A few months ago an American sitting President died. Surprisingly, no state funeral was held. No flags flew at half-mast, the White House was not draped in black, no official ceremonies were arranged, and no mourning period was declared. His body did not lie in state in the Capitol Rotunda and no funeral procession from the Capitol to Arlington National Cemetery occurred.No guard of honor provided a ceremonial presence at his burial, a nine-person team did not carry the casket, and no military chaplain escorted his family.
No military caisson carried the casket and no American flag draped it. No riderless horse with a pair of boots reversed in the stirrups and an empty saddle followed it. No rifle salute was fired over his grave. Even stranger, we still don’t know who will pick up the torch of the American power he held for more than half a century.
I am not talking about any of the puppets the American sheeple elect every four years to live in the White House, who, not surprisingly, seamlessly continue the policy of destruction of the American economy, its culture and its people carried out by his predecessor.
No. I am talking about the true American President, the one who elected himself to the highest office of the land in 1949, when he appointed himself director of the Council on Foreign Relations and thus became the President of the Invisible Government of the United States and thus became the de facto President of the United States.
I am talking about David Rockefeller, the man who, like the Wizard of Oz, was the true power behind the U.S. Presidential throne. Of course, if you are an average American citizen who gets your information from the mainstream press, watches the TV news and reads history books written by “serious” scholars, you will most likely ignore the death of President David Rockefeller because neither the politicians in Washington D.C. nor the mainstream media want you to know about it.
How did David Rockefeller become the President of the Invisible Government? It is a long, long story, but I’ll give you the short version.In 1947, the Rockefellers — who somebody has called the family that has done the most damage ever to mankind — took a big step to get control of the U.S. government when their puppet Harry S. Truman signed the National Security Act that created both the CIA and the National Security Council.
By the late-1960s, U.S. Presidents, fully under David Rockefeller’s control,[i] had accumulated so much power that somebody coined the term “Imperial Presidency” to describe it.[ii] Practical men, the Rockefellers realized that it was a lot easier, and cheaper, to control a single corrupt politician than the lawless, corrupt mob we call the Congress.
The fact that David Rockefeller was the true and only President of the United States was known to everybody in the world except the American people. Proof of this is that any place David visited, he was given the treatment due of a head of state. And he traveled a lot. During 1973 alone, David met 27 heads of state, including the rulers of the Soviet Union and Communist China, plus scores of lesser dignitaries.[iii]In his Memoirs, David mentions how he enjoyed meeting leaders of the most undemocratic, dictatorial countries, such as Romania’s Nicolae Ceausescu, Poland’s Wojciech Jaruzelski, Paraguay’s Alfredo Stroessner, Algeria’s Houari Boumedien, Zaire’s Mobutu Sese Seko, Chile’s Augusto Pinochet, Iraq’s Saddam Hussein and Soviet Union’s Nikita Khrushchev.
[iv] Last, but not least, he enjoyed visiting his buddy Fidel Castro.In February 2001, a high-level delegation of the Council on Foreign Relations led by David Rockefeller visited Cuba and held a long meeting with Castro. After the meeting, CFR chairman Peter Peterson praised the Cuban leadership’s passionate commitment to providing high education and health standards for its people.
“I suspect that Cuba is among the best educated countries in the entire hemisphere,” he added.[v]
No wonder some of his critics have said, “David Rockefeller has never met a dictator he didn’t like.”[vi]Actually, however, he not only couldn’t find a tyrant he didn’t like but also discovered and nurtured monsters such as Henry Kissinger, Allen Dulles, John McCloy, Fidel Castro and Barack Obama, just to mention a few. David Rockefeller, his banks and his allies, working hand-in-hand with the CIA, bolstered repressive regimes in Peru, Brazil, Ecuador, Cuba and Paraguay.
He contributed to the forcible dislocation of native peoples in South America. Hunger, genocide disease, and the ongoing destruction of the Amazon rain forest, are the direct legacy of his policies.David Rockefeller managed to hide himself his whole life behind a disingenuous façade of altruist, philanthropist and patron of the arts. Nevertheless, one day he will be remembered for what he really was: one of the darkest characters of…………………