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Ah, and not bad for a late night drinking poster
I try, despite my potatoe-squeezin addled mind.

Mmmmmm.... cheap non-russian vodka(gag).

Valentine Moxie

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Ah, and not bad for a late night drinking poster
I try, despite my potatoe-squeezin addled mind.

Mmmmmm.... cheap non-russian vodka(gag).

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have a look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rockefeller_family I know for a fact that this is what Rockefeller is referring about, and if you read that wiki link, you'll understand why

or this http://www.thewatcherfiles.com/blood...ockefeller.htm

Here's the interview that probably generated most of this: http://hubpages.com/hub/Astonishing_...ck_Rockefeller
This is a great post.

http://hubpages.com/hub/Astonishing_...ck_Rockefeller

The video interview here exemplifies the entire concept of conspiracy theories, the mindset of the Illuminati and where the the fictional idea of "Rockefeller" fits into it all.

So, as the interview states, one of the Rockefeller children predicted the 9/11 disaster a year before it happened and proposed all of the invasions and war on terror as actually being part of a massive conspiracy to "control" the American people and the economy. I've heard these before, I had no idea that the name "Rockefeller" was in the mix. Nice.

Thank you for that post, zardpz.

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have a look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rockefeller_family I know for a fact that this is what Rockefeller is referring about, and if you read that wiki link, you'll understand why

or this http://www.thewatcherfiles.com/blood...ockefeller.htm

Here's the interview that probably generated most of this: http://hubpages.com/hub/Astonishing_...ck_Rockefeller
This is a great post.

http://hubpages.com/hub/Astonishing_...ck_Rockefeller

The video interview here exemplifies the entire concept of conspiracy theories, the mindset of the Illuminati and where the the fictional idea of "Rockefeller" fits into it all.

So, as the interview states, one of the Rockefeller children predicted the 9/11 disaster a year before it happened and proposed all of the invasions and war on terror as actually being part of a massive conspiracy to "control" the American people and the economy. I've heard these before, I had no idea that the name "Rockefeller" was in the mix. Nice.

Thank you for that post, zardpz.

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Originally Posted by zardpz View Post
have a look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rockefeller_family I know for a fact that this is what Rockefeller is referring about, and if you read that wiki link, you'll understand why

or this http://www.thewatcherfiles.com/blood...ockefeller.htm

Here's the interview that probably generated most of this: http://hubpages.com/hub/Astonishing_...ck_Rockefeller
This is a great post.

http://hubpages.com/hub/Astonishing_...ck_Rockefeller

The video interview here exemplifies the entire concept of conspiracy theories, the mindset of the Illuminati and where the the fictional idea of "Rockefeller" fits into it all.

So, as the interview states, one of the Rockefeller children predicted the 9/11 disaster a year before it happened and proposed all of the invasions and war on terror as actually being part of a massive conspiracy to "control" the American people and the economy. I've heard these before, I had no idea that the name "Rockefeller" was in the mix. Nice.

Thank you for that post, zardpz.

Valentine Moxie

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Doh! Ok, now that I'm a little more sober I see where I got confused.

Yea, like a couple of people previously said, the Rockefeller reference was probably more a reference to wealth and power that fit into the "rock and roll" slot of sex, drugs and rock and roll.

I misunderstood that he was taking Rockefeller too literally (or was he?).

(curse you cheap potato-squeezins)

Valentine Moxie

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Doh! Ok, now that I'm a little more sober I see where I got confused.

Yea, like a couple of people previously said, the Rockefeller reference was probably more a reference to wealth and power that fit into the "rock and roll" slot of sex, drugs and rock and roll.

I misunderstood that he was taking Rockefeller too literally (or was he?).

(curse you cheap potato-squeezins)

Valentine Moxie

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Doh! Ok, now that I'm a little more sober I see where I got confused.

Yea, like a couple of people previously said, the Rockefeller reference was probably more a reference to wealth and power that fit into the "rock and roll" slot of sex, drugs and rock and roll.

I misunderstood that he was taking Rockefeller too literally (or was he?).

(curse you cheap potato-squeezins)

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"Sex, Drugs, and Rockefeller" has been a long used phrase, particularly in America, to denote the high life of out of control capitalistic power. It's a bastardization of the classic phrase "Sex, Drugs and Rock n' Roll" to anyone not also familiar with that.

Rockefeller refers to John D. Rockefeller, the oil tycoon in the American Industrial Revolution who, through vertical and then horizontal consolidation (Hell yes, 9th grade History class), bought out pretty much... everything, including the also famously rich Andrew Carnegie (the biggest steel tycoon in American history).

As someone said before, his net worth by today's standards would be 318 billion dollars, several times the amount of the richest men today. For the course of his lifetime, he basically owned America through sheer wealth and influence.

Squiver

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"Sex, Drugs, and Rockefeller" has been a long used phrase, particularly in America, to denote the high life of out of control capitalistic power. It's a bastardization of the classic phrase "Sex, Drugs and Rock n' Roll" to anyone not also familiar with that.

Rockefeller refers to John D. Rockefeller, the oil tycoon in the American Industrial Revolution who, through vertical and then horizontal consolidation (Hell yes, 9th grade History class), bought out pretty much... everything, including the also famously rich Andrew Carnegie (the biggest steel tycoon in American history).

As someone said before, his net worth by today's standards would be 318 billion dollars, several times the amount of the richest men today. For the course of his lifetime, he basically owned America through sheer wealth and influence.
 

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