- Paperback: 195 pages
- Publisher: '76 Press; 1st edition (June 1, 1976)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0892450010
- ISBN-13: 978-0892450015
- Package Dimensions: 6.9 x 4.1 x 0.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 52 customer reviews
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The Rockefeller File 1st Edition
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About the Author
GARY ALLEN was one of America's premier investigative reporters, writing primarily about the uses and abuses of great wealth and power. He was a Contributing Editor of American Opinion magazine for more than two decades, where over 200 of his article appeared. His eight previous books include: NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY, TED KENNEDY: IN OVER HIS HEAD. Millions of copies of his books have been sold. He finished the manuscript for SAY "NO" TO THE NEW WORLD ORDER shortly before his death in November 1986.
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THE TRUE STORY OF THE BILDERBERG GROUP BY Daniel Estulin and
THE CREATURE OF JEKYLL ISLAND by by G. Edward Griffin. I strongly recommend all three.
ALL these book present such an interesting web of deceit and power spun for an agenda that is still relatively unknown.
If you take the time to read ALL of these books you'll be nothing less than astonished.
Other books I highly recommend:
SEEDS OF DESTRUCTION: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation by William Engdahl
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO MONSANTO by Marie-Monique Robin
The book does contain a couple factual errors in my humble opinion. He obviously has an axe to grind. The book is too small to properly flesh out many of the accusations. So it increases the readers quest for more books that help explain the mysteries behind the latter day unveiling of the 'new world order'. If you still do not realize that a mean and radical 'new world order' is being unveiled, you must have fallen off of the pumpkin cart and suffered an acute cranial injury.
It is vastly entertaining above almost anything else. I have suffered through several books that were strictly aimed at documentation and education. Much like a long distance runner, I find myself looking forward to the end and being proud of finishing text book like tomes. This is absolutely not the case here.
As for me, I'm not ready to believe that the Rockefellers are solely responsible for the negative effects of their 'terminator like' advance towards absolute world domination. I suspect it is at least equally due to the greed and avarice of legions of Rockefeller lietenants who also aspire to stratospheric 'Rockefeller wealth'.
These are exciting times. This book clearly explains much of the history that went into the modern day climax of all of the brilliant and hard work put into the Rockefeller dynasty over the past century.
We all indirectly work for the Rockefellers whether we know it or not. The Rock has got a piece of you.
The best part of this book is how Allen goes through and exposes the Rockefellers' "foundation" scam whereby they funnel their own money through tax exempt foundations back to themselves through complicated investment schemes and tax loopholes that their buddies wrote specifically for them in Congress. Also, Allen documents the Rockefellers' main tool of control-- the CFR-- and how they basically act as the invisible government in this country. It's absurd how many people belong to these Rockefeller founded and funded groups who are considered to be movers and shakers in our society; it's even scarier to think about what these groups are pushing ideologically.
Allen, in his somewhat sardonic writing style, also does a good job exposing the endgame-- world government. He talks about the Rockefeller's weird connections to movements that should seemingly be anathema to everything they stand for, as well as their deliberate dumbing down of the American schoolchild through their gigantic tax exempt education foundations.
He also discusses how the U.S. basically built the Soviet war machine; also, don't forget about the Rockefeller's investments in building up the Soviet Union and their sweetheart deal loans to the Communists through Chase Manhattan Bank. Sometimes Allen appears to be somewhat of a hawk is his discussion of the detente agreements between the U.S. and the Soviets, but read and taken in the context of Allen's time, it's understandable. In order to ensure a smoother merger of the U.S. and the U.S.S.R., the Insiders had to even the playing field by disarming America, arming the Soviets, and bringing our standard of living down to the rest of the world's (instead of bringing the rest of the world up to us). This was, and should have been, incredibly alarming that our beloved leaders were selling our military capability out to our supposed archenemies; Allen's reaction and analysis concerning the military situation is therefore not only spot-on, but appropriate due to its enormous implications (that of course the whore media of the day wouldn't touch with a 50 foot pole).
America hasn't been America for quite some time now; in fact, I've never known America as it could and should be-- most people alive probable haven't due to the insidious influence the disgusting Rockefeller family has exerted over world politics, finance, education, medicine, and just about every other important field of human endeavor you can think of.
Also, as an amusing aside, Allen's sobriquets for the various Rockefellers and Insiders kept me smiling as I read this book. His analysis of Nelson Rockefeller is quite humorous (albeit quite true); especially in the sense that he of course recognizes that the vice presidency, or even the presidency would be a demotion for Nelson (irrespective of the fact that everyone already knew that his brother David was the real head of the family over at Chase Manhattan).
This book is still timely and I highly recommend anyone and everyone to read this and learn something they probably didn't know.