But the dark history of the Council and its guiding philosophy reveal Rockefeller’s true interest in this “problem” and its ultimate “solution.” John D.
” It’s a scene that has played itself out many times: a Western tourist overwhelmed by the bustling crowds of the Indian subcontinent. Rockefeller approached that mission as a representative of the Population Council, a group that he himself had founded to address the “problem” in Dhaka and elsewhere.
But this was no mere tourist passing time on his holiday. On its surface, the Population Council was a straightforward organization with a straightforward task: to support medical and scientific research into the question of the growing human population.
“Who is to determine the ‘parents who are above average in…affection?
’ […] Also, who would decide the persons having better than average personality?
What many do not realize, however, is that the oil order was never about oil. And, having long outgrown their financial dependence on the commodity that brought them their power and riches, they are at the forefront of this push for the post-carbon era.
Now, the oiligarchs are seeking to bring in a new international order.This is the story of what the oiligarchs really desire, and how they plan to achieve it.DHAKA, 1963 It’s a day much like any other in Dhaka. Into that swarm of people steps a most unlikely figure.The streets are crowded, dirty, squalid, smelly, and absolutely swarming with people. Wearing his drip-dry suit and hugging his briefcase, he sticks out from the crowd.Surveying the scene, he shakes his head ever so slightly before remarking, half to himself and half to his traveling companion, “Well, that’s the problem, isn’t it? And, armed with the unimaginable wealth, power and influence that his family name bestowed on him, he was on a mission to do something about the “problem” of overpopulation.Like his father and grandfather before him, Rockefeller had learned to use philanthropy and largesse as a mask for his true intention: control.