35 Burst results for "Rockefeller"

Why James Rosen Wrote a Book About John N. Mitchell

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:12 min | Last month

Why James Rosen Wrote a Book About John N. Mitchell

"At the center of the Watergate scandal is of course a man called John Mitchell. Let's remind ourselves of who this man was from his testimony. When you received your briefing from those involved on what happened at the Watergate. At that moment in retrospect, aren't you certain now that the country would have been better served on the president would have been better served by calling to account every single person in the administration who even allegedly had anything to do with it and to express to the president personally what happened. Now you're talking about not only the Watergate but these other activities. Everything that occurred from January 20th, 1969 until June 22nd, 1972. Senator, if I could have been assured at that time that the president had been reelected, I'd agree with your whole heart. You wrote a whole book about this individual James. Why him? Why not ehrlichman? Why not the more flamboyant G. Gordon Liddy or the plumbers? Tell us the role this man played and why you wrote a book about him specifically. John Mitchell was Richard Nixon's law partner in New York City in the period after Nixon had lost the presidency to John F. Kennedy in 1960, lost the gubernatorial election in California in 1962 and famously pronounced himself through with politics saying to the press, you won't have Nixon to kick around anymore. So he went east to New York to make money in the big white shoe law firm arena. And there he found himself law partners with John Mitchell, who was actually a few months younger than Richard Nixon, but up to whom Richard Nixon looked like an older brother. And Mitchell had a kind of calm demeanor about him, and he smoked a pipe, he was a World War II navy veteran. And as a young man on Wall Street as a lawyer, Mitchell had pioneered a certain kind of form of bonds that were used in all 50 states and most intensively by Nelson Rockefeller, the governor of New York, to build public works projects of various sizes and shapes. And so this put John Mitchell in touch with governors and elected officials in all 50 states of both different parties. And he moved easily among them with self assurance.

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Daleep Singh: Keystone Pipeline Is a Distraction

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Daleep Singh: Keystone Pipeline Is a Distraction

"Let's go to delete sing Talib Singh deputy national security adviser expert on all things Here's dalip at 7 go Does this situation in Russia and the need for more domestic production That's really nice Guys who's on with Joe Scarborough and Mika brzezinski Go ahead Do any pause and cause you to reevaluate the president's decision to cancel the permit on Keystone at all over environmental concerns No that's a distraction Willie Keystone is an oil pipeline is a distraction What do you need pipelines This is just incredible to me It's just incredible to me Do they believe this crap If oil pipelines were distraction if they weren't necessary why do we have them Why do we have them ladies and gentlemen Why did John D. Rockefeller create pipelines to begin with It's just a distraction We can move that stuff on trains and in trucks and it's a distraction folks Oil pipelines Why do companies want to invest in oil pipelines Because it's a distraction It doesn't affect anything Besides it would have been years away from completion you know Years away First of all it would have been completed by now but for the Democrat party And but for their advocates

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Will Biden Nominate Kamala Harris to SCOTUS?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:27 min | 7 months ago

Will Biden Nominate Kamala Harris to SCOTUS?

"To. Let me ask you the issue of Kamala Harris being floated as a potential nominee for the Supreme Court. She is a floater. She is definitely a floater to replace breyer, she really is somebody that anybody who knows what's going on behind the scenes knows that the Biden camp despises the Harris camp and vice versa. They're like each other. And they're both right. And they both have a lot of good points in their hatred. It's proof you can sleep your way to the middle and just sort of float to the top of the bowl. Well, of course, I have no idea what you're referring to, but let me say you say this. It is genuinely likely that Biden will see this as an opportunity to get her out of the way by promoting her to the Supreme Court because she's already a known figure. And then installing as his vice president, you know, a Gerald Ford type, a governor Rockefeller type. Somebody behind maybe a nurse or, you know, maybe a Doctor Who specializes in vegetative states, maybe Fauci. I think the one they want somebody better at preserving human life. Maybe they'd get Peter

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Truth Is Not a Left Wing Value

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:12 min | 8 months ago

Truth Is Not a Left Wing Value

"Jussie Smollett. It's found guilty. Can you explain to me I read this headline and it was not clear to me Don lemon said he lied on the stand. Are you familiar with that? That Don lemon said that about Jussie Smollett, who has been his friend the entire time. Well no, but if Don lemon abandons you, it's not a good sign. But he has Black Lives Matter because you can not trust anything the Chicago police department says, even if it's true. Black Lives Matter is a perfect example of my longtime explanation of the left truth is not a left wing value. Who says something is the left wing value. Truth is not determined by the truth of what happened. But by who said it, just like the prime minister of New Zealand, there is no other truth other than what you hear from the government. She actually said that. I've played it for you. At least half a dozen times. Truth is who says it? This is a left wing change of the notion of truth. Truth is not an independent virtue. It is dependent upon the purveyor of the idea of the event of whatever it might be. If a white says it, it's a lie. That's it, that is the Black Lives Matter hate filled. Did I say hate filled? Hate filled. It's a hate organization. Given hundreds of millions of dollars by by companies and by the Rockefeller foundation and the like. They fund hate in this country. One day, the people who did that will have to answer. Either two history or to God and hopefully to both.

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Christmas Tree Outside Fox News Building Set on Fire

The Dan Bongino Show

01:22 min | 8 months ago

Christmas Tree Outside Fox News Building Set on Fire

"So I turned to TV on as I'm brushing my dentist there in the bathroom And I find out that the fox Christmas tree the beautiful 50 foot Christmas tree outside of Fox gorgeous Beautiful I mean really it would attract so much I'm telling you I'm my humble opinion I think it's as nice as the Rockefeller center I'm just saying I grew up in New York my opinion you may feel otherwise But some lunatic decided to be a good idea to walk inside the tree or climb up the tree and burn it from the inside out destroyed it Now the CEO of Fox News and Scott I applaud all right you know I do work there obviously But if this has nothing to do with it this is me being as objective as I possibly can Suzanne Scott did the right thing the CEO of Fox News And she's like listen man we're not going to be intimidated by you dip wads Jim's like did she say that Well not exactly It wasn't her exact words I'm kind of paraphrasing a damp on Genoese a little bit But she's like we're gonna rebuild this damn thing And you could plan a wet one on my caboose I didn't know that wasn't in there either It was kind of You read the statement Jim and Dan bongino E's that that was it You didn't see that in there Okay he did anyone else Paraphrasing but it was kind of like that Would you agree Where were you building this thing And you guys can go pound sand But it got me thinking You know this thing burning from the inside out really destroyed this tree I said to myself kind of what's happening with the country right now isn't

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Mike and Caller Ron Discuss the Sickening Crime Wave Plaguing American Cities

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:17 min | 8 months ago

Mike and Caller Ron Discuss the Sickening Crime Wave Plaguing American Cities

"Ron and San Diego here in the relief factor dot com studios wants to weigh in on this crime rave, this surge we're seeing throughout the country. 81 year old music executive's wife shot dead in her Beverly's Beverly Hills home last week. Hey Ron, how are you? Hey, Mike. You know, I'll tell you the crime ways that sweep in this country right now and all these cities is just out of control. And the thing that kills me the most. And you know, I'm close to this, George gascon guy up here in LA. And, you know, this guy wasn't appointed, Mike. He was voted in. I know. By the people. And, you know, they reelected that mayor garce city. And you know, I can't help it, you know, think that these people in LA, if you go up there, you know, I went to the amundsen theater the other night to see Christmas Carol and downtown LA. And then I'll tell in LA between the crime and the homeless, it looks like a third world country. It stinks, it's what I'll never go again. Ron, listen, let me take you to the other coast for a minute. I walked through the 42nd street subway station, a week or two ago in New York City. It was like between the angry aggressive, homeless people and creeps. It looked like a movie set from night of the living dead. It was like the zombies. It was unbelievable. It was scary. It was and people are getting assaulted. There were two women beaten, so badly the other day by a guy who had been arrested 14 times and they won't lock him up because of bail reform laws, the one woman is permanently disfigured. Can you imagine a tourist visiting Los Angeles wants to go see the Christmas Carol or go she rock the Christmas tree at Rockefeller center in New York and you get beaten to a pulp and they won't put the perpetrator in jail? Because they were for me. Mike, they have the early release program here in California and it's like these criminals are running the streets. It's just if you defend yourself by God, you're the one that gets thrown in jail. Oh, you pull out a gun and shoot what you blow one of these miscreants or away? You'll wind up in 20 with 20 years behind

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Corporations Now Bow Down to the Marxists

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 9 months ago

Corporations Now Bow Down to the Marxists

"It's shocking And more and more of the corporations let me tell you a little secret Like so many of you I used to defend these corporations because all they are Are legal creations that allow individuals to operate freely To build things to create things to produce things to develop things to sell things to purchase things That's all And aggregate or a collection of individuals who invest who make What's wrong with that And of course there would be attacked because of their belief in capitalism But not anymore Not anymore These corporations are now run by corporatists Their CEOs their COOs their CFOs their board members These are corporatists Many of them come out of the same colleges and universities and graduate schools as the other American marxists Many of them are just bowing to the mob because they think it's good for business But either way it's corrupt When you look back at the John D. Rockefeller's when you look back at the vanderbilts when you look back at the great the great capitalist the industrialists Of course you're now supposed to hate them

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79-foot Christmas tree arrives in New York City's Rockefeller Center

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

79-foot Christmas tree arrives in New York City's Rockefeller Center

"New York City ushers in the holiday season Saturday with the arrival of one of the world's most famous Christmas trees in Rockefeller Center crowd cheered as the seventy nine foot Norway spruce was set up in the plaza Devon prices family donated it it's the first time a tree it's come from Maryland since the tradition began eight decades ago Rockefeller Center chief gardener Eric Jose founded while scouting Christmas trees just stood up and looked absolutely gorgeous the lighting ceremony is set for December first Julie

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How Truck Driver Ed Durr Defeated New Jersey's Most Powerful Lawmaker

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:26 min | 9 months ago

How Truck Driver Ed Durr Defeated New Jersey's Most Powerful Lawmaker

"When I saw the story. Did anyone watch the live stream last night that I was doing? I don't think I've laughed that hard my entire life. When I just saw this, I was flipping through social media and I couldn't control myself when I saw this story of this truck driver from southern New Jersey who spent a 153 total dollars on his campaign. $153. And as of right now, the election is about to be called in certified. He's about to beat the second most powerful person in New Jersey, the head of the Senate presidency in New Jersey by 2000 votes, right? And so and by the way, this is not even about Republican or Democrat. It's not about any of that, right? It's about wait a second time out. Like, what? And so I did some digging into this, right? I was like, okay, who is this guy, right? Is he a son of Jeff Bezos or like, you know, is he part of the Rockefeller family or was he born with some sort of birthright and so you look at this guy and his name is Durer, right? And yeah, you could laugh at the name, whatever, but you look into it. It's like if you were to have central casting of like what the normal American was. Now, some of you guys might not remember the 2000 was it 16 or 2012 president presidential debates of that guy that wore that like red sweater? Do you remember that? Then bone, right? Thank you. Guys, remember that, maybe not as before your time. It's like, I just want to give that guy a hug, right? He's just wants what's right for the world. So few people like that anymore. It seems in public life. And so this guy Eddie decides to do the ultimate David and Goliath type exercise. Now, I don't know how I'm gonna do my best to describe this to you. The guy he was running against is the head of the Senate of New Jersey, okay? It's untouchable. An example would be like if a random candidate decided to run up against Chuck Schumer, okay? That's just or a random candidate would just be like, I'm gonna run against Nancy Pelosi. This guy runs the state of New Jersey. Now, he was to give an idea, he's been an elected office since 2004. Some of you were born in 2004, okay? I know I know that because I actually just talked to someone that was literally born in 2006, not even born. And so this guy has run the state of New Jersey. He runs the entire political apparatus and machine. And so when you start to look into it, you're like, all right, how did this guy make it happen? So you look at his campaign receipts are like, did he get a big contribution from the pharmaceutical companies? Spend a $153, $85 of which was spent at Dunkin Donuts. And the remaining $70 was spent on flyers and materials and so they said, what was your grand strategy? He's like, I just kind of showed up and asked people for their vote. And so he was conducted in an interview last night. The first thing he said is like, I have no idea what's going on, right? The first thing he says, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn express last night, but no, I'm kidding. But all of a sudden you read deeper into this and this is an important thing is he ran because he was so disgusted and he was so upset that he is a truck driver continually kept this economy opening and keep going and he just felt continually insulted by the people in charge.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

03:43 min | 10 months ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"He wrote their to charters. He presented on their on their behalf to parliament. And because francis bacon is such a significant part of history. It would just make sense that there has to be at least some sort of mentioned to francis bacon within This enormous museum gone to jamestown yet. There was no mention of him nor there was no reference to the john smith map of virginia. So typically you know one of the best ways of controlling. The story is not necessarily Lies being told troops that have been omitted Yeah that's my jamestown. Williamsburg story seeing like another level of reality of how another part of how reality is shaped in this seemingly benign historical context but then also like it everywhere you turn around and see these are all these these stories these false stories given to the masses on how they are to understand history Their experienced what to look at and what not to look at. Yeah well it's funny. You know as you're telling me this story. I'm kinda just looking through the wikipedia and not only are the rockefellers involved. But in jamestown. I i think the president of a three hundred year old church had its three hundred year anniversary in nineteen o seven around the time when they were kind of conceiving all this was j. p. morgan he was involved and then and then another person who was involved is sorry. On hauser bush family and they created busch gardens williamsburg which. I'm sure people have seen before that like Kind of like kazoo seem parked. Type thing. Bush garden yeah busch gardens. is is theme park and busch gardens burgers probably like fifteen minutes away. You're you're absolutely right I don't know her anheuser busch. I wanna say we're out of st louis correct right and so whenever i hear saint louis obviously we can think about the mountains there and like the arch and all of that sort of stuff I don't remember i remember. Once i was trying to look and see if the bush family the presidential family on bush fan line they were connected. I don't believe that they were all bread. And their confirmation. They're they're sort of loosely connected to the pfizer company at. I always it really isn't it. It's one of the big pharmaceutical company. Yeah it's saying here pfeiffer. But i don't know if that's the same could just be a similar name but yeah they're they're royalty from germany and we both know that a lot of that german royalty made its way into the british royalty says she is now windsor. That's all german right. that's a taxi. Go their line right right but yeah it's it's certainly an interesting area. The other thing that i noticed that was strange's that williamsburg colonial williamsburg was built in sixteen ninety nine and then The reenacted williamsburg became a on.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

05:40 min | 10 months ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"Threes on. Bring up all these details about other projects. Which john d. rockefeller jr. funded. You get an understanding of what was important to him. He just kinda follow the money where things that he built when you look at the world and you like how influential is so. It's like how influential is the un. How important is the counseling foreign relations. How influential is the american medical association. All these sort of things you could see. They're very very significant in shaping our reality and so when i see that colonial williamsburg's was one of was was one of john d. Rockefeller projects like a big project. You have to go and reverse engineer that you know this is owned. That level of significance in terms of the same level is like council would foreign relations and the un like in terms of. It may not be as big as those but this guy doesn't play small so this has to be there. There's more there is more to this story. At least that's what you know where the angle which i'm coming at it with and then i start looking around. I'm like well. What the hell is this you know. At first i'm not thinking anything really about what williamsburg is you know. When i was going to go down there i was thinking about. I want to go to jamestown. And then i'd seen jogging locked. Keller i do You know. And and i'm kinda hooked and i'm looking at things very very different. Like what am i experiencing. What am i witnessed so turn out that that colonial williamsburg for things. So when john me rockefeller gets involved the colonial williamsburg all of these old buildings. They are in disrepair their ruined. Okay and so everything which you see now. Beautiful there's beautiful reproduction of colonial times for the most part. It's all made up now. How far we say it's all made up you know we don't exactly know but we do know that. This was not accurate. I sorta asking a whole bunch of question from my. You know i was driving. People nuts like asking him all these questions. But i was fascinating. I wanted to know unlike. So when i see this house right here in this house actually exists like well. No well did really well. How do you know what was inside. You know how you know this well. No we can look at these references and this and that and the rest of it is just kind of like a a the best that we have. You know easily kinda know that. That's what this is all of the buildings you know when you see like the beautiful reproduction of the Of the governor's palace like well. This isn't exactly on the same foundation you know the we were. I think they said out of the two hundred buildings. There were eighty eight that were based upon or on actual buildings that existed there and then the other ones they just like invented And then to the degree of those eight which were supposedly real buildings you know. They've all been modified. We don't really know what they look. So we've got that going. On and then you go a little bit. Deeper into colonial williamsburg in colonial williamsburg was the first they invented. This whole idea Living.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

02:23 min | 10 months ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"And to me. These are always the most interesting things when looking out one of these Foundations or or institutions. Which are for the most part public. You know those that that are free. You wanna go and see well who's really paying permits because they're the ones who get to dictate and chick writing a check. So i was very very. I was very. I did not know this. Until i saw this wall philanthropy. This is a one hundred percent. John d. rockefeller jr. Funded experience while all roads lead. Rockefeller so i wanna say this began. Mich- began in the nineteen twenties is when when colonial williamsburg unison so the rockefellers. That name was kinda like thrown out fish thrown out a lot. I do it myself like you know you. Just use it as looking general general Word but there are different generations and different people. Different things you know. Beginning with john rockefellers Senior and john rockefeller junior. And the david rockefeller and like you know his brothers and all of that. So johnnie rockefeller. Jr. he's the key is the son of the primary rockefeller that started. You know on paper. At least this this powerful powerful family was very wealthy family. So john junior is born into the money and so he's raised he's raised. You know to do whatever he is to do. And you go when you look at the things that are associated with john. D. rockefeller jr. This is the guy who is behind the united nations. The council on foreign relations They're medical association You know all of those things. When you hear about like the rockefeller Eugenics programs of the early nineteen hundreds like that. That was all john. Rockefeller jr. stuff. This is all stuff done under the guys Funded either directly or indirectly from the rockefeller foundation. And so you can go and look and the reason i bring up.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

02:32 min | 10 months ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"My house where. I'm living right now. Okay and you know what. I mean by by st correct. Yeah yeah. I imagine okay. We'll do right you. You click on the little yellow man and then they you stand right right lou from so what google maps or google earth does is it. It'll show you kind of like more playing looking down at you. Know the land and then google street view puts you in from a different perspective but the same thing so the reason why i i like to look at google google earth google street view. They they are immensely valuable. But you have to go into it or i recommend you have to go into it realizing you know this is information which is coming from. You know the google system that level reality whatever that is you just have to take that in consideration you know with everything what you said. There's lots of good stuff you know. There's a lot of gold. Nuggets should be filed within it. But then you also have to be a little bit Aware of of you're getting from so that being said About a year ago. I when i first looked at st you of this house which i'm living and i noticed that street view that there is a split. There's a lich right in the front door of my house. And when i mean by split so i don't know how the do google street view like i don't understand the technology computer processing but know i can. I can make some pretty okay assumptions. You can take your smartphone and and do that panorama of knew where you were. You open up the aperture and you scan an area and somehow payment process what is seen into one trite. Like we see that. I'm talking about so. I'm assuming that when they create bruegel street view that it's something similar to that that i've seen google cars policy was moving cars. They probably have a variety of cameras or like a camera device which is poisoning maybe three hundred sixty degrees or maybe taking the four directions up and down and it's just driving through other..

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

05:57 min | 11 months ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Acquired

"He thinks he's the best he would even for the like. The rest of his life rockefeller with intensely defend his father. Chur now would rate that ino- area. Did bill impress his eldest son more or did his eldest son prove more impressionable than in the magical realm of money. Big bill had almost sensual love.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"Vital nutrients. That'll create problems. Everyone knows about scurvy is a deficiency of vitamin c it is increased by intellect that the that those deficiency syndromes can be treated by just increasing the nutrients of vitamin c and associated nutrients connected to that bioflavonoids cetera. You know helps to have like the whole spectrum. That goes along with each one of them but simplicity will help you know so you increase the things that need to be there and you decrease the things that don't need to be there terrain theory in a nutshell. All of health is caused by the things. That should never be there. Are there endotoxins that the body is making toxins inside of the body that aren't being removed properly. An excess toxins toxins. That are coming in from outside. We're talking food. Skin air and water like that kind of thing and they should never have been there and started to reduce exposure and then tried to re reduce the toxins. That came in and there are ways to do that. Addition and subtraction. Like that and that's kind of terrain theory in a nutshell is just understanding. That like each person is completely unique. Every situation for creating health is custom. Built. it is it is a bespoke is the word in like british language. It is custom built for each person. It is not a one-size-fits-all. I know it would be wonderful to think in monopoly terms. But it's a plurality term a plural of many methods so that you have many methods to to address these things then there's terrain that this then there's germ theory the germ theory of disease still listed as germ theory of disease and wikipedia widely accepted according to wicked pedia not widely accepted is is the reigning theory that was promoted again by the rockefeller medicine institute. The whole institution of those people. The the folks who funded all of the doctors all of big pharma and their conglomerates in insurance and banking that go behind all of them and they own the five major media companies. So they're all walking in lockstep to go say the same thing a pathogen comes from outside you know i. It used to be bacteria then they could actually find bacteria copes and then they came up with the theory of viruses before they even had electron microscopy so they didn't even see viruses but they theorized viruses and then they came up with scanning electron microscopes and t. m. scopes and that's when they actually started labeling particles as viruses. They made the claim that the bacteria or virus or in some cases a type of east or mold or You know the only relevant one actually parasites would come in from outside and the body which succumb to the damages. The tissues would be damaged. Cells would be damaged and that these would be transmissible from person to person from the environment to the person and that includes from other people's person so the immune system response with this antibody system where these small particles identify the offending toxin. Were the offender actually not talks to the offending pathogen. And that's where it responds to the pathogen. Initiating you know white blood cells to go ahead and attack the invader and other other cells of the immune system so called. That's the theory like that. And if the immune system is strong it handles it all on its own especially by the mechanism of raising the internal temperature to cook them out a.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"Fighting championship or mma fights that kind of thing they do a lot of bluster ahead of time and that's all theater show for the actual combat but in the midst of it. They're the most palm and put the people because they're going into the most dangerous brain damaging textile situations possible getting struck in the head too many times in order to to to triumph over that and get to that belt and that's that that winning point the reigning theory that was promoted again by the rockefeller medicine institute. You know the whole institution. Those people the the folks who funded all of the doctors all of big pharma and their conglomerates and insurance and banking that go behind all of them and they own the five major media companies. So they're all walking in lockstep to go save same thing. A pathogen comes from outside. At first it used to be bacteria then they could actually find bacteria under scopes and then they came up with the fury viruses before they even had electronic prosperity so they didn't even see viruses they theorized viruses ladies.

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Hippies Were More Conservative Than the Rockefeller Conservatives Were

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Hippies Were More Conservative Than the Rockefeller Conservatives Were

"There. There was this aspect of the hippie era that we as conservatives made fun of and it's it's understandable because some of their demands were so outrageous and especially when it came to their embrace of the sexual revolution. But there was this part of the hippie era. Were the hippies. Were actually more conservative than the rockerfeller conservatives were not on social conservative not on social issues but on issues that came to maintaining a certain way of life it was the rockerfeller bush. Republicans from kennebunkport maine. That'll you know what it's not a big deal all of a sudden if our kids are staring at screens for seven hours a day who cares as long as our taxes are low and the hippies that were in the one thousand nine hundred nineteen seventy s. They were the ones that were talking about. How technology could become a massive existential threat to human existence.

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Attica Prison Uprising: The New York State Troopers Storm the Prison

American Scandal

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Attica Prison Uprising: The New York State Troopers Storm the Prison

"Happened when the new york state troopers stormed the prison. Wow well you know it it really. It kind of depends on from where you're sitting. What happened i for the men who woke up that morning. It was a cold rainy chilly morning but it was a morning. That was very much like all the others that had come before it every morning. They kind of expected that negotiations would continue that morning they had met at the gate with representatives from the department of corrections. Who had said the same thing that they said every morning. Which is you know. It's time to release the hostages and surrender and let's give up We're done now. And they said no we are going to give up. We believe that negotiations to continue and it was only after a few moments that it began to dawn that you know things were not exactly quite the same. There was the catwalks above. Were largely clear. There was no troopers looking down on them with guns cited as there had been on days before and it you know it was a little eerie because there had been no observers that had been there and it was kind of weirdly quiet and then they had seen a helicopter pass over and and for the first moment. There is a bit of elation. Because i think they thought that maybe rockefeller was coming. You know a bit of a cheer goes up. Maybe he's gonna come. Maybe he's gonna finally endorse the idea that they could surrender when it was time without reprisals without injury then it disappears and then they get really really scared. Prisoners are terrified. The hostages are terrified because they know in that moment that all of this is going to hinge on whether or not the state of new york in fact values their own state. Employees lives in will resist the temptation to send their state troopers in with gun splashing and of course. They can't resist. That temptation

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"But now i mean similar to brooklyn actually really doesn't have it the reality of of the of the moment that she she lives. What the character goes through which in her case especially. I think it's hard that you know the scene where jerry's got tied to the bed and so then the following day on that we actually We shot the scene. Then where she's got a gun pointed. Yeah and yeah. I'm gonna i part of them. I'm i guess. I'm gonna have to give away a little bit of the movie but In the script. Jerry picks up the gun I wasn't that was always a place fuller in some ways. It's sort of a cop out again. It's like you're letting her off the hook. She actually make the decision. I put it to her. I as i had planned to do i and so you know what. What would you do in this situation. If he doesn't pick up again and she thought about it and said you know. Based on what i went through last night Yeah i would. It really worked And again it's it's about people making choices in the worst possible conditions and that's one of the maintains that you explored really well great to talk to you about this film settlers and highly recommended tribeca festivals election fantastic. Thanks again for your time right. It's been a pleasure. Thank you real pleasure of my party. Hi this is brian pease. I worked the graphic novel. Whatever happened to the world of tomorrow. And you're listening to sifi car..

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Is don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have the experience anyway but people at all day thanks in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusions. i wide. It good to talk to you about this movie. Yes saying thank you. We are here. Why rockefeller the writer. And director of settlers man. What an intriguing movie to me. It really is kind of a mix of character study and survival store. Yeah and i think just to to to add to that i i really saw as the western and i think for that survival reason that it is people struggling to survive on the fringes great cash to johnny miller. Sophia tell who just an amazing actress and really also a young actress brooklyn prince. Who just did an amazing job to talking about the cashing in his movie. And there's some others we'll talk about to sure it will. It started with brooklyn and her family. So i at this point. It was just my wife. And i should actually one of the producers on the film and we had basically sent the script to anyone we knew or knew someone in the industry and Out of the blue got a call from an agent at uta and said who you know. Who are you thinking about this. I really like script and you know at that point. We had said you know it'd be great to find someone like brooklyn print and turns out. They they represented gotta the script in jenner parents. It and and we're keying and so we that's really what started this whole thing off and and really made it real and then i each of these actors signed on it. Just you know that really put us into a different category and we were able to dream a little bit bigger thing. Thanks to their involvement but Yeah i know. I almo because as a first time feature director know they were they. Were taking a chance with me but it was was a great collaboration. I love working mickey to them and and learned a lot from each to them to tell you. each crews cordova gives very interesting performance a lot of shades. His character just speak about the character. Jerry a little bit and how you kind of layered him to give him all kinds of sides. You know i i. It's a a lot of people. Come up to me in there like i. I know i'm supposed to hate jerry. But i do. I get where he's coming from. And you know i.

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COVID-19: The Great Reset Theory With Clay Clark

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19: The Great Reset Theory With Clay Clark

"January of twenty twenty. I already had a copy of this thing called the rockefeller plan and for people. That don with the rockefeller plan is you can download it. Time to free. America dot com. Or you can call it this book. Covert nineteen the great reset written by klaus schwab certificate of vaccination idei. I knew of this stuff in two thousand and ten okay. I knew event to when i knew about it. But i was weak and terrible and i need to repent. I was politically correct january. Two thousand twenty. And i the lord was calling me to use all my skills and to seek first the kingdom of god and all these things will seek. God i and i'm going. I don't know you know. Know millions of listeners. And i don't know that i should speak out about it but i knew five things eric that i needed. I needed to tell everybody. i knew. In january of twenty twenty that the models to the two point two million americans will die. Those are false. The tests are falsely calibrated to inflate the number of cases three cove nineteen is one hundred percent treatable using tonight ivermectin hydroxy clerk when for the buyers kobe. Nineteen was made in a gain of function laboratory in wuhan. Were they take fresh never frozen fetal tissue from a baby and they mix it with naturally occurring credit tissue to increase the transmissibility pathogen. And i knew that the cove nineteen back scenes were actually created before the copa nineteen virus was on the scene. And that's the last thing you said is the only thing that i'm confused by. So let's just put that aside for a second but you know if what if any of what you said if fifty percent of what you just said is true. I just think it's. It's so astonishing that we're living in a time when the information that you just said which i know most of that i can know already is true. I have got questions about a few of those things. But the point is the idea that we've come to a place where it falls too radical go-getters like you to sound the alarm because it sounds like stuff we would make up. Doesn't it that that that the bazillionaire rockefeller foundation. We do like mr burns from the from the simpsons like there's nobody that evil. There's nobody that's horrible but there

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Horace Fletcher: 'The Great Masticator'

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Horace Fletcher: 'The Great Masticator'

"Born in lawrence massachusetts in eighteen forty nine. Horace didn't play an instrument or hustle. Amateurs at chess no. He didn't cobbled together. Shoes in italy. Horace fletcher like the chew. As a young man fletcher traveled around performing odd jobs following his interests he worked as a writer and artist and even managed in new orleans opera house for a time. He loved to read and he indulged in many of life's pleasures mainly food. It was this pleasure. However that inflicted some of the worst pain he'd ever experienced in his life for one. As he got older he struggled with obesity and it side effects such as chronic stomach pains he also found himself being refused coverage from a life insurance policy or rejection. That sounded alarm bells for him. He quickly realized it was time to make a change one day while traveling to chicago on business the middle aged fletcher began chewing his food. He'd always shoot his food before but this time was different. He kept chewing and chewing and chewing until all that was left was a liquidity goo on his tongue. He believed that this was the key to proper digestion and weight management according to this new practice which he dubbed fletcher ism. All food needs to be chewed until it has been turned into liquid. Any solid particles were deemed unnecessary and could be spat out. It sounds absurd today. But at the time fletcher ism caught on. He became known as the great mass decatur and argued that his practice could increase a person's strength despite reducing the amount of food they actually eight. He also had strict rules about win. To consume sustenance followers. Were instructed to avoid eating when they were sad or angry and to wait until they reached the point. That fletcher called good and hungry. No midnight snacks for him. He started touring the united states giving lectures on his methods methods which were scoffed at by doctors and scientists as nothing more than self-important hokum. That didn't matter. Though fletcher ism had reached far more important spokespeople than doctors celebrities and titans of industry had begun shoeing with wild abandon among them. Were john d. rockefeller and author upton sinclair. Even mark twain was considered a friend

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Making Beautiful Music With Community-Driven Partnerships

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

05:35 min | 1 year ago

Making Beautiful Music With Community-Driven Partnerships

"Henry donahue is the executive director of save the music a national nonprofit that helps students schools and communities reach their full potential through the power of making music prior to save the music. Henry was the ceo and head of partnerships at purpose a digital strategy and creative agency that focuses on social impact projects. Notable clients included every town for gun safety the aclu oxfam international. The ford foundation nike. I- kia audi and liverpool f c. Henry has also worked as a media. Executive focused on digital product development is held senior positions at discover conde nast primedia and lendingtree dot com spent most of the nineteen nineties on the road across the usa as a fundraiser for political candidates including us senators. Jay rockefeller from west virginia. And ron wyden from oregon at the same time. He was playing guitar in an indie rock band and running into small independent record label. Henry has an abbey in american history from harvard college and an mba from darden graduate school of business at the university of virginia henry. Great to have you with us. Sharing the story of save the music and the lessons contained within the be here could see joe thanks. Hey i'm delighted to have you. So why don't we start sharing with our listeners. The origin story of save the music. What was the germ of its mission and tell us a little bit about the journey. Yeah i mean safe. The music's mission and vision are the same today as they were back. joni urine. John sykes aretha franklin one. Dvd's categories aretha flying sleep dion and Every student every public schools should be making music as part of their education. I think you had a great overview of why at the intro. We know for decades of research that when schools have music students do better. The school does better. The community does better In normal times. I travel all around the country even in the toughest schools when you get to that band room or that choir room. You know. it's that joy and inspiration and hope for the future and all those things. So i i love going to high schools middle schools elementary schools. I love interacting advanced features van kits. It's amazing the landscape out there. Is that most schools in the. Us do have music as part of their school day. there's a quote for geoffrey canada That i'm sure i'm angling but it's something to the effect of if you wanna see what a quality education looks like. Look what rich people do about. Eighty percent of american schools have music and art as part of their school day And the programs that caught over the years. And we're we do. Most of our work are in schools that serve black students immigrant students and in rural rural students as well. What do you love about your job. Henry donahue because you loved this i love so it you you mentioned. I mean i've worked in politics and advocacy and social impact in various ways for for a long time You know at purpose Which some of your listeners might be familiar with worked on gun safety. We worked on marriage. Equality we worked on A project involving immigrants and You know the fight for the fifteen dollars minimum wage. All of which were were were deeply deeply satisfying. But when chris mccarthy who's the guy runs. mtv now came to me in we had this conversation about the h. one. Save the music which five six years ago you know still had a very solid sort of core group of program team people working there doing amazing work but has sort of been what i call know an orphan corporate asset on. Cbs empire. You know. I was presented with the opportunity to do the thing that i did for my job. Which was you know corporate impact strategy advocacy and combined with the thing that i spent my whole life in love with which which is music. Which by the way you. You don't have the benefit of seeing henry. But i do. And i see a keyboard. And i see a guitar so yeah. This is a music guy. You're a. You're a an advocate Andrew musician and you get to do both in the same job. That's pretty awesome. Yeah i think this is sort of at the core of was eighth. music does Which is i remember myself as a pretty angry and somewhat directionless

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CEOs of oil giants Exxon, Chevron discussed mega merger

MarketFoolery

02:52 min | 1 year ago

CEOs of oil giants Exxon, Chevron discussed mega merger

"I'm gonna start with something that happened yesterday. A quiet snowy sunday here in the greater metropolitan washington dc area and it was lovely. It was nice to. It's nice to just look outside and see the snow falling in a place where snow doesn't fall very often and i was snapped back into reality at some point during the day when i looked at twitter and saw the news reported by the wall street journal and reuters that last year the ceos of exxon mobil and chevron discussed the possibility of their two companies merging and i wasn't around in one thousand nine hundred eleven when standard oil was broken up. But i've studied enough of my business history to know that well to inform. That was my first thought. We're getting the band back to like. Are they going to rename the company standard oil. I mean what did you think when you first saw this news. Well the first thing that came to mind was was rocket rockefeller and standard oil in time. Time certainly have changed since standard oil. Right i mean the world is slowly but surely evolving its energy policy. And it's it's clearly going towards renewables. Things like solar and wind and in batteries and further away from fossil fuels. I mean that's no secret. Now i mean i think the time line is such that it. It's gonna take a while to get there. I mean when you think about fueling the entire planet. It's not just it's not just cars right. I mean we're talking about all sorts of different all sorts of different All sorts of things that really need to be powered and so to me. I actually could see world war for this does make sense in part of it is because this this industry is one more scale really really counts. I mean it in. Furthermore you have to businesses here. That really aren't quote unquote lighting. The world on fire. Either i mean you look at exxon over the last five years shares are down about forty percent chevron i think relatively flat over that same time period and they they have just become smaller companies. They're just not the behemoths that they used to be in so to me. I mean i feel like this probably would have been a little bit more realistic. Had they done it or tried to do a year ago. I'm not sure it would really pass muster in this current political environment. I think the the scrutiny would probably be a little bit to create particularly is is the biden administration has really got fossil fuels the crosshairs but i mean i could see a world where this actually made

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A rare Botticelli portrait fetches $80 million in Sotheby's auction

The Art Newspaper Weekly

04:31 min | 1 year ago

A rare Botticelli portrait fetches $80 million in Sotheby's auction

"About cheddi portrait. This week smashed the auction record for the nasal artist. Portrait of a young man with a roundell hammered at eighty million dollars. Sotheby's in new york on ninety two point one million with fees. The previous record for was relatively low. Ten point four billion dollars set in two thousand. Thirteen by the so-called rockefeller madonna portrayed. A young man had lost come to auction in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and its attribution to put. A chill was doubted by everett. Fall by then. The director of new york's frick collection. Who declared to be by francesco. Totti cini a follow of botticelli for he apparently later changed his mind and now the work is widely agreed to be a botticelli but while that work the price it was expected to a small but luminous rembrandt painting abraham and the angels from sixteen forty six which had estimate of twenty to thirty million dollars was withdrawn at the last minute. As we recorded the podcast sotheby's not yet given an explanation for its withdrawal. I spoke to scott rayburn a contributor to the newspaper and the new york times immediately after the sale. About whether it's a risk to bring these works wash now amid the pandemic and what it tells us about the market for your masters in general scott before we talk about the particular. Lots came sotheby's today. I wanted to ask you about the old master market in general and obviously the fact that he are in the middle of a pandemic and we're in an economic crisis. Does it make sense to bring these kind of lots to watch it this time. Well this is how the b.'s. new york gets the big master cell. Everyone wants to consigned to this sale. This is the moment The markets dealers on people. I speak to in that world. Say new york is where everyone wants to sell their overly only one sale year evening sale and that was the time to sell uncles. The pandemic been going on for nearly a year now in terms of restrictions on auctions sotheby's created incredibly slick format for this hybrid livestream sale It seems to be working. Well the thing about losses of courses. This isn't contemporary art. It's an unfashionable collecting field and it was always going to be a real test for that collecting field in the current environment. That's the interesting thing is because of course the leonardo so and of course the leonardo salvator mundi was very very unusual. So we have to caveat everything with that sure but christie's when they sold that put that into the contemporary sale. Luckily and i wondered how you feel about whether old master lots might do better in more mixed fields versus the traditional roadmaster sale. And who dictates that but with the salvator mundi. My understanding was that it was just a brainwave by the genius auction air Loic gouzer Thinking well let's put it in a contemporary sale. It's such a strange object If it's an old master sale than people just pick it to bits and criticize it in a contemporary sale be would just be looking at the image. And of course christie's marketing machine went into absolute overdrive and they marked it absolutely brilliantly Using the typeface of the dan brown novel to promote it You know they pulled out every stop and it worked sensationally. Well whether you the extent to which you can do again is is really questionable. Because that is as you point out in uttar outlaw. They self-talk mundi in in every respect. But what was interesting about. The marketing of this sale at celebici's is once again. The sophistication of the marketing with every lot. The work was shown online hanging on a white wool in a contemporary style. Interior where you'd expect a damien hirst to hang on then there would be to further reassure the contemporary minded by will the asian bah. There was a very attractive. Cooley dressed asian girl standing next to the painting in a contemporary interior. I that all walking the hilarious thing about this marketing ploys that in both cases they weren't actually looking at the picture they were just standing there. It was clearly if he's of marketing to reassure contemporary art buys but it was very smart and slick and clever and they and they're pulling out the stuff that incredibly inventive about it

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New York's Rockefeller Tree Lighting 2020: All the Details

Clark Howard

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

New York's Rockefeller Tree Lighting 2020: All the Details

"In Rockefeller Center this evening. Why In New York City Christmas Tree lighting ceremony taking place without a live audience. The 75 FT Tall Norway spruce was illuminated as part of the yearly Nbcuniversal broadcast with covered 19 pandemic force producers to make changes as performances were pre recorded, and people who wanted to see the tree in person will have to sign up and get a designated time and specific place to view the tree for up to five

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Miley Cyrus leads celeb support for Elliot Page as star comes out as trans

the NewsWorthy

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Miley Cyrus leads celeb support for Elliot Page as star comes out as trans

"Movie. Juno has come out as transgender elliott page announced the news on instagram. Yesterday saying he is trans and his pronouns are he or they. This is a big announcement from one of hollywood's most recognized actors as ellen page. He started several critically acclaimed films including two x. men movies inception and like we mentioned no most recently. He's starring on netflix's the umbrella academy and ready reports page will continue to play the role of von. You hargreaves in the series page. Says he feels lucky to be able to share his authentic self and also acknowledge that trans people deal with a lot of abuse violets page has received an outpouring support from stars like miley cyrus and companies like netflix. An mtv

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Formally, the family office of the Rockefeller Family fortune, Hey, comes to us, the Marilyn Church and Morgan Stanley as well as having an undergraduate degree in economics from Colgate and a law degree from Yale. Let's talk a little bit about your current place of employment. The Rockefeller family office has been around for a really long time. What was the thinking behind transforming this? Into Rockefeller Capital Management. Barry Lynn, Let me walk you through How rockets are capital management came into existence, and it will provide some color on the Rockefeller legacy. So in March of 2000 and 18 we bought Rock and Co and Rocking Co was originally the family office of John Rockefeller Seniors. That guy, the one who started it all. Way back in 18 82. It became a multi family office in the 19 seventies, and when we bought in March of 2018 we rebranded it renamed it Rockefeller Capital Management because we wanted to be clear that we were in partnership with the Rockefellers, but that we were taking care of clients across the broads. Spectrum of client So we thought Rock and Coast sounded more like a specific family office. So it's Rockefeller Capital Management. We are in partnership with the Rockefellers. So many of them are our clients. Two of them sit on our board David Rockefeller Jr and Peter O'Neill. They are part owners of Rocket Fire Capital management, the family On their important partners, and they care about what we do with their iconic name on how we treat it, and the name has been spectacular. It is a name that is respected in every corner of the United States and around the world what the family has been over decades over many decades in philanthropy in the United States and in different parts of the world. There's a hospital in Beijing at the family started in 1921 that's still there and highly regarded the Rockefellers started spell. In college way back in the 18 eighties, the reach of the Rockefellers in terms of the imprint that they've made in a positive sense of society, the philanthropy they were one of the earliest in sustainable investing. In fact, the Rockefellers coined impact investing at one of our sister organizations. Rockefeller Foundation. So, uh, the Rockefellers are amazing part of United States history and iconic name around which we're building our business. So our business That is really advising and counseling crunk clients across wealth management. Strategic advisory, investment banking and asset management and all those different pieces fit together. Well, the wealth management is the business that the predecessor company was in, and it's really what we're putting at the heart of Rockefeller Capital Management. And what we've been working on Barry in the last 2.5 years is building from scratch. A private wealth business focused on Um, best in class private wealth advisors taking care of clients as they do throughout the industry. Marrying that to a family office that capability. Including trust companies and other things that the business that we bought bring to the table to create a holistic offering for clients..

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"rockefeller" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Gut check for your big ideas. They Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. Does not look very good, and it is getting attacked on social media that the tree is getting absolutely blasted, excoriated. For being the perfect example of 2020. Yeah, I'm looking at an image of the tree. The tree was brought in from I think. Yeah, it's his only aunt in New York. And folks I don't know if this tree needs to be Fluff the little bit. I don't know what the story is here. But this tree it looks like a said Charlie Brown free. It's up, You know, Typically, these trees are big and they're full and they're lush. But the tree's been brought in, and it's just getting blasted. Have the tree went up on Tuesday yesterday and it just looks like there are branches missing, and they're a sparse spots, and it's just It's just a terrible looking tree. Just I'm sorry. It looks sad. And it just looks pathetic, which, I guess is the perfect tree exclamation point for 2020. But Rockefeller Center is say just well, Just wait. Just just be patient. In fact, hanging them. It is a little update here. Yeah, There's there's an update that the tree, I guess is now slamming haters. Listen, so so Wait a minute. The tree is actually commenting on social media about the haters blasting the tree. Look, I'm looking at pictures of the tree. I don't know how you put missing branches back on it. It looks like the tree was in a car accident on the way from upstate New York. Down to Manhattan to midtown to Rockefeller Center. It looks like maybe the flatbed carrying the Christmas tree that maybe the truck Jack knifed. It flipped over the tree was dragged along the highway for about a quarter mile. That's kind of what's the trade. Looks like I'm telling you, it's it's a Charlie Brown Christmas tree. Uh Boyd arrived over the weekend from Oneonta, New York. It just doesn't look good. Wow. You almost look great. Right after a two day drive, huh? Just wait until I get my lights on. That's what Rockefeller is sent to tweeted. Yeah, it's a 75 ft. Norway spruce. And the online criticism is just scathing, folks. I'm telling you, I don't know how they make the tree look better. The tree looks really, really lousy. I don't know if you get like that, that spray on hair can you get spray on trade toe like, you know? Oh, boy, just, uh Kind of nuts. Hey, Should we start the funeral Watch for The testing's our Brett. Degree or Yeah, he's talking about the country facing and absolutely dangerous situation. And the surge? Yeah. He did an interview earlier today. And this is the health and human services. Assistant Secretary Brett Gear or I always have trouble saying his name G I r o ir. Gear or And he on TV earlier today said that we here in the U. S. We face quote an absolutely dangerous situation from the coronavirus. Pandemic. And he didn't pull any punches. So I wonder if if he's gonna be in jeopardy as well here But he's listen is he'll be the next one to be fired. I guess that's what it what it comes down to. Well, we'll see. We'll see. 808 01 89 99 the nationwide number here on Smith 808 01 89 99. That's how you get on the program loved heavy on in fact..

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"rockefeller" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"We're going to work unto a statement. Remember this picture by the way we're going to research this and the study about how to predict covert nineteen. Well, that sounds nice and good right tour I'm being sarcastic, but the point is they. Will they want you to think? Think was. We're just GONNA. Make sure we can fight this. We're going to find ways to predict whether it's coming. They didn't say oh. We're going to create some technological tracking device to stick on every person's arm in the world, and then we'll predict it right, not exactly what they sold it to you as but guest. That's exactly what they ended up doing. Right April eighth right flash forward today, same thing Rockefeller neuroscience institute AI driven monitoring. Doesn't that sound lovely? Sciences students applying its integrated neuroscience infrastructure. To rapidly deploy an innovative national study to understand the spread of covid nineteen. Okay understanding, this red, protecting your health an economy. RNA scientists. Have partnered with Aura. To unveil a potential breakthrough by developing an artificial intelligence driven model. That can identify individuals before before they become contagious. Medical Pre crime. How long have I been telling you this? Now you can argue I mean. Let's just pretend that they work. Let's pretend that they work one hundred percent of the time. Are you, still pretending that does not going to be somebody that would use this for nefarious purposes I mean of all governments in the world. The last person you trust with something like this is the US government. Here telling me that they wouldn't suddenly use this to manipulate an influence, certain political parties are certain. Or certain dissidents. Or arrest them or keep them quiet. Guys are history in this country is rife with this stuff from trump to Obama to Bush to have the whole way back. They will use their power against the people who oppose their agenda. I mean it's a ridiculous thing that we cannot see that. This is who this government has been. They that's how always duct. An artificial intelligence guys. This is the point. This is what he webb been talking about. This was the plan for a long time ago. They tried to push artificial intelligence about mass shootings. They tried to push artificial intelligence about is right. It's on and on and on and just trying to use whatever is in front of them. And now they're scared. Digest enough now. They're going to force it onto your ring or onto your hand. The Rockefeller, neuroscientist smartphone APP goes beyond physical symptoms. Doesn't that sound even better and body temperature tracking through holistic? God holistic integrated neuroscience approach measuring daily. Changes in physiology psychology. Cognitive and behavioral biometrics Oh. Good so now they're going to be able to tell whether or not. You're mentally sound. 'cause that totally makes you feel comfortable, right? We'll guess what we think. You're a little bit. We think you have what's called. oppositional defiant disorder. You will you just don't listen to authority guys? That's an actual diagnosis. Think about how crazy that sounds so somebody who does not want to listen to authorities? Who Cares if they've lied about everything? All the time doesn't matter. You don't trust authority where you have oppositional defiant disorder. Get Drug and put you in holding just for just to make sure you're safe. It's all about you, so this ring is not just about priding start fighting Gobert. Nineteen Physiology Psychology Cognitive N. behavorial book they're tracking every single thing about you. Sure it's A. It's I mean think about the we could always continue to say well. It's just a choice skies, but ask yourself. What do you really think about vaccines? Perfect analogy. Just like it was before vaccine. Okay, we'll give them to people who want them. If you want to keep yourself safe well, it very quickly became well. We need mass. We need heard men. Do we need a? Now Blanca the term. Herd! Immunity? Right. That's why I gotTa have heard of unity. Right will sudden. What change all of a sudden it was done. It's not you can do if you want to. You can have exemptions will now suddenly it's well. We need to get her immunity or it doesn't matter so now. We're going to remove religious exemptions which I already showed you were happening. There are places that are already doing that. Same thing here. So. What do you think is if you get forty people in the country wearing these rings? What do you think that's going to do for anybody? Under the guise of what they claiming it will do. I argue that nobody should accept this, but the point is. They need the majority. Otherwise. This doesn't do anything. It doesn't make any sense. It doesn't actually function, so don't lie to yourself and be naive. Even pretend this won't end up being forced on you in one way or another whether they tell you you have to wear it, or you have to have it to work at a certain job, or you have to have it to enter certain areas, or you have to have it to be able to fly or shop or blah. Blah Blah because we'll. The safety of the masses outweigh the safety of the I mean. This is where we are. None of our savings. All was her safe right. This is what they're building. I just don't know why people cannot see it. Holistic again the idea that they're trying to you know I just to be clear. That's actually an incorrect use of the word, but the point is, it's it's insulting to me that they're trying to use the word Listrik. To talk about this in while it's something that this government this these shadow government. These people have been waging a war against in regard to medicine for deck for centuries. Rockefeller Rockefeller Carnegie are the ones that created that push. Creoles just say they created the flexner report. They drove. They made everything happen. which then drove our country in the early nineteen hundreds into a petrol chemical medical system? which we can see what that did now we're all are sicker all far heavier. We're all for worse off in every possible way, right because holistic and homeopathy. These the way to go, and we're GONNA. Find that out one day way down the line and be like man. I can't believe you're listening to these governments. Rockefeller himself used a homeopath homeopathic homeopathy. HOMEOPATHY HOW INTERESTING! He used a homeopathy doctor till the day he died. Live to ninety five back in back in the mid nineteen hundred make sense. Anyway I had just on. That point bothered me so much, but with this holistic approach, the data analytic team is able to predict the onset of the physical symptoms before they occur. Gin so they're gonNA. Come to your door and say hey. You have to come with us for your safety because your ring just told us that you're, GonNa get sick. That's that is exactly what this is. Now sure you may actually be getting sick, but for those that people out there who are aware of how much they've lied about everything that's been happening. Why in the world would you allow them to do this now? Making a prophet to over nineteen where they don't belong people who die with it, instead of from people who had just aren't who? are diagnosed visually because of their symptoms, and who are put on a ventilator and die and get put down as g-o-v nineteen when they were never even tested right I mean it's unreal what we've seen by the way which was like night was upwards of ninety percent of people on these on these ventilators over sixty die. But they keep doing it. Anyway. Watch the is the actual this is this is on their website. This is what they want you to see us, and this is horrifying to me. wearable devices for sharing syncing. Excuse me Oh. We'll look at that. You have a problem apparently stemmed from your crotch or or your stomach. I guess the line, and it shoots off in the cloud. Let me, just real quick. Look at what it's saying here. Automatic get that! We don't want to get the writing off their. They're automatic and sensory nervous system. Sleep functional.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:03 min | 3 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The school rock and rock of Rockefeller Rockefeller something Rockefeller's rock at the Rockefeller school right out of the jump to I don't even think sixties that all commercial break is first come out of the chute hot now and give to people exist at Rockefeller University she's like that was hard yeah Rockefeller elementary Rockefeller University Rachel Maddow couple years back shoes walk into the holes thank you said it what's up with the dude wall what's up with the duty wall there's a wall with portraits of scientists from the university who have won the Nobel Prize or the Lasker award which is another notable where did you have you did you win Alaska where the the day ha ha I was close so I was just it's down yeah I've been I've been really working out of sorry I should have asked you that should have been a better friend and then there Hey now it's one of the things that really don't ask about your fox news is you don't ask about mine what we should do maybe I should I should at least do but I know I should be the change I want to see in the world there yeah I was thinking the same ia I ma also want to change and change the world so I'll do whatever it is that you have planned okay yeah was perfect then so will change nothing right I think that's a good conclusion so over the wall these men who won his awards and and they were all men thirty paintings and thirty minutes so Rachel Maddow caught at the dude wall what's up with the dude walk to the female neurobiologist she said it's imposing I think every institution is to go out into the hallway and ask what kind of message are we sending it sends a message every day when you walk by it that science consists of old white men man I thought is the you are a sick person and I mean I don't mean sick like like a perverted I mean you're you're infected you affected with the disease of the mind you're sick if you see a wall of portraits portraits of amazing scientists who have clearly achieved amazing things advancements in medicine and all the rest save countless of lives to the research if you look at that and all you see are white men your mind and your heart you are infected with progressive secular has been victim mode and how old do you look at the world through those how what how could you not look at them the achievements of those men and if you're gonna play any identity game if you want you look at those men and you say I'm gonna work so hard that one day my picture is going to be up on that wall isn't it obvious position to take was not obvious clues not obvious but that it you think that's what it was about all look at those although much of white men of their younger works of art I'm gonna I'm gonna get my picture up there well I'm gonna win a Nobel Prize but it said you don't do that you said take them all day so no med schools all around the country are doing is they're taking that out including Harvard med school they have a wall just like that and they took all the pictures down to call down and only one person dissented publicly one person it was the former dean of the Harvard med school he went back to give a lecture they took a picture of an auditorium he said when I last lectured at this auditorium the walls were adorned with portraits of prior luminaries of medicine and surgery connecting us to a glorious past and now they're all gone I hope everyone's happy I'm not neither were those I asked but they were afraid to say openly sad about that is the former dean of the of the Harvard med school took down all the portraits of people connecting us to a glorious past so why are people calling for this what what what's what's up with this with the progress is doing this because it all over the place right statues murals of George Washington up in San Francisco the Betsy Ross flag whatever everywhere what's going on so this is rod Dreher and this fits perfectly into something we could talk about a lot the last few months that that secularism is a religion progressive secularism is a religion the kind of people who removed photographs of a medical institutions group past greats because those grades are white men are making a fundamentally religious decision they are purifying the temple they're purifying the temple the problem is the temple of the world you can never be fully purified it will not stop with the photographs removed the cycle of cation the purging and purification will continue until they have built utopia which of course is an impossible goal the pseudo religious man is will not be stopped until those who recognize it for what it is put a stop to it because they will destroy every institution until they're stopped the end game is not finding a more just a way to live together amid are common human brokenness their end game is about identifying and purging the ball the body politic of the transgressors that's you and then it's what would you do that and if we don't know where we've been there's no way we're gonna know where to go we're gonna be lost a nameless without without any identity without any purpose and anxious and I'd argue that were were a lot we see a lot of those things today in our culture lost a must without purpose without identity and anxious full of anxiety now here's the worst part of all this is potentially what we could see if no one's brave enough to stand up.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:23 min | 3 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Or Traffic call news toll free and weather eight eight on to the patriot. six to seven Keeping an eight eye on road toll closures free, eight in eight two hills zero six two orchard seven lake eight eight northwestern highway and let's see if approaching we can't the just intersection there right hit year, our fourteen goal from mile. that. I don't know You'll find where we're going all to go. roadways I closed only there God due to knows. an accident investigation. And I would have never seen that coming Also yesterday in Clinton township ten thousand metro in order Parkway to keep and gross back the pen. at the intersection that Wow. is closed as well because of an Eighteen overnight minutes accidents before the hour. and following investigation Let me let me share right with now. you this column by Grady means again, I don't know his AG must have been around a long time though because he worked with Rockefeller Nelson Rockefeller and he worked with. Elliot richardson. Here's what he argues. He says the president unquestionably. This is what this is great. He means his characterization. The president is often appalling in his style his self aggrandizing dreadful treatment of opponents and subordinates public embrace of homicidal dictators rambling speaking style draw portrait of a leader embarrassing too, many Americans he's been vaccine to all sides in Washington and yet over his first two years. He's enjoyed remarkable political diplomatic policy and leadership success when making the case for Trump. You gotta start in a defensive whole, for example, immoral often as tag hung on him, but his proclivities, especially in regard to women pale in comparison to Jack Kennedy and Bill Clinton who reportedly turned the White House into a virtual board. Delo, there's there's little hint at all of that with the Trump presidency. Similarly, similarly, his immoral treatment of. Undocumented immigrants differs little from his predecessors. Finally, he hasn't blundered into an unnecessary shooting war, which many would find immoral in the field of corruption. He's been thoroughly investigated. There's nothing to match the smarmy signs of pay to play kickbacks alleged in the Clinton State Department in the field of dictatorship. It's hard to argue that he's suppressed free press the free press or public criticism, which has been running wild. He certainly couldn't match the apparent political weaponization of the IRS the FBI and the Justice department under Barack Obama or match the numerous contempt of congress charges against many of those officials to the contrary Trump has exerted far less of a direct influence over his agency leaders who often publicly defy him, white, nationalist. Nope. Ev there's every indication that he's trying to be a president for all the people. His trade policies are designed to benefit middle class predominantly union workers. If anything they undercut big business, offshoring strategies. The economic and employment data suggest he's provided more jobs and income opportunities to African Americans Hispanics and women than any president over the last forty years. Trump's awkward attempt to acquaint the behavior of the white nationalist thugs who precipitated the Charlottesville carnage with the antique thugs who came prepared to inflict violence of their own was off the Mark. But it certainly was not a strong case for hanging a racist or white nationalist label on him clumsy is far more accurate. He says he's divisive but shows the unprecedented rejection of the two thousand sixteen election by the congressional Democrats and the rise and resist movement and the endless criticism from the media. He has shown remarkable personal strength in standing up to relentless attacks. Moving from the defensive to the positive side of the balance sheet despite all of the attacks despite all of the resistance, Trump is accomplished more in two years than his four immediate predecessors accomplished in four to eight years. The economy is in the best shape in modern history. New and better trade agreements have been developed with the major Connie's our defenses much stronger, including a stronger and better funded NATO, our principal adversaries, Russia, China, Iran. North Korea are more off balance than they have been in decades. Each of them is tough and ruthless. But they see in Trump somebody who understands them in his equally tough in defending his country and with the collapse of ObamaCare. Trump has a huge opportunity to advance an effective market based approach to American healthcare coverage belying the hysteria of the left all Americans are moving forward. These are not Shad times. And there is no crisis. This raises the central question to be framed in the next election. What should we demand of our president? If we're looking for dignity matters grace and orderliness Trump is vulnerable. If we're looking for strong leadership to provide real opportunity for economic advancement for all Americans and a strong defensive America and its interest. Then Trump has acclaimed greatness over his current opponents and his predecessors the weak field of Democrats presents voters. He says with the virtual Hobson's choice. It will be interesting to see how they choose to really really smart analysis, Grady means over the hill dot com will post it it. Mike online dot com here in the relief factor dot com studios. If you want to read that share with your friends coming up Andy Mangione from amac. We're gonna dive into it. The Democrats are doing to our our our whole process of governance. The radicalization of the democrat party continues..

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"rockefeller" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on WTVN

"Okay. I let me start this way with Alexandria, Akasha, Cortes, and all the other budding, socialists and marxists. Let me take five of the wealthiest human beings ever. John D Rockefeller Sam Walton. Sam Weyerhaeuser Bill Gates. Andrew Carnegie, Jeff Bezos. Why are they billionaires? Why are they billionaires? They changed the world. That's why they're billionaires. And I could name thousand more billionaires multimillionaires, what did John Rockefeller? He invented oil pipelines, whereas natural gas used to be burned off. Oil and natural gas Ray able to move all over the country. And if your homes. And to make all kinds of things possible. Including heating your home during the winter. Including later. Fuelling your automobiles your vehicles. Well, think about what we do with oil and natural gas today. And he helped fuel if you will the industrial revolution. Sam walton? Well, you know, what Sam.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on GONE

GONE

06:04 min | 3 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on GONE

"Balance. Throughout most of the Netherlands tenure as colonial governors of the western half of NEW GUINEA, they hadn't interfered too much with the odds Motte and the Osmond for their part sought the white people from across to see had come from Steph on the land of spirits, but as the Dutch tried to prove to the world that the island was getting ready for self rule. They started to become more involved in the as much region. First and foremost, they wanted to make it very clear that head hunting had been outlawed in late nineteen fifty seven and early nineteen fifty eight a sort of war broke out between two neighboring villages. Oma desktop and Oceana up after deceptive attack by the men of Modesto killed scores of men from ocean app. Ocean m protested the bloodshed went back and forth until the two related villages managed to reach a truce when a leader from Oma Desa gave his. Daughter to ocean app unaware of the treaty. The Dutch governors were focused only on the bloodshed in head hunting, a colonial patrol officer named max Lapre decided that he needed to make it clear that this behavior was unacceptable appraise and a force of armed police to the village of Medecin where they arrested a number of men confiscated weapons and burned canoes two weeks later in early February nineteen fifty eight l- apprai- learned that the village of ocean was putting up a fight. So he headed there himself with an armed contingent of Papuan police after a long journey up the river, LA pray arrived at the village to find all the men waiting for him some had weapons, but others didn't both appraise crew and the ocean of villagers were scared intentions were running high. It's hard to know, exactly. What happened? But everyone seems to agree that there. Was a misunderstanding and several appraise men. Started shooting within seconds five villagers were dead their bodies mutilated by firepower. The locals had never seen before. In one respect laprud succeeded. The Osmond realized a Dutch didn't react well to head hunting. But the practice didn't stop the villages that continued to practice. It simply move the rituals deeper into the jungle where the white men wouldn't see it. And this intern allowed the Dutch to claim that headhunting and cannibalism no longer existed. In Dutch NEW GUINEA, they were one step closer to their goal. Little did any of them know that one of the richest men in America was about to step into this, cultural and political tinderbox at almost the same time. As appraise raid. Nelson a Rockefeller Cihan of one of America's wealthiest families. And soon to be governor of New York was opening the museum of primitive art in New York City having spent a lot of time in Latin America Nelson Rockefeller had developed a love of pre Columbian art and had gradually. Been expanding his collection to include works from Africa and the Pacific islands as well. Up to this point most other western museums had presented pieces from non-european societies. Especially those deemed as primitive as ethnographic and anthropological fines rather than works of art with his new museum Nelson. Rockefeller's goal was to present the pieces heat source from non-european societies in the same way that the Liuw or the met would present European art as art without an ethnographic context, all of New York's movers and shakers attended the opening party for the new museum as did Nelson. Rockefeller's nineteen year old son, Michael Michael had little interest in either the family business or politics, but he did share his father's passions for art culture and adventure. And his father's new museum gave him some ideas for alternate. Post college plans after he graduated from Harvard in nineteen sixty Michael spent six months in the US army reserve gaining the discipline and fitness of military training, and then he managed to postpone his family's expectations that go into business finance or real estate by getting himself staff does the sound technician on an ethnographic documentary. Sponsored by the Harvard Peabody museum, while he had no experience as a sound technician. Michael had plenty of enthusiasm. And no doubt the Rockefeller money. He was able to put into the project probably helped guarantee his place on the trip. And so Michael and the Harvard team touchdown in the highlands of Dutch NEW GUINEA in early April nineteen sixty one their goal to document the Doney an isolated community who lived in the bay Liam Valley High in the mountains in the middle of the island for his part. Michael rock. Keller fell in love with NEW GUINEA, he loved the landscape the art and interacting with the isolated people. Who had no idea he was a Rockefeller now trustee on the board of the museum of primitive. Art, Michael decided he wanted to collect art for the museum that had never been seen in New York before the director of the film had put him in touch with Adrian hair. Bronze Adecco ethnographer who lived in NEW GUINEA and had written about us, not art and soon as Michael looked into the Osmond region with its cannibals, it's forbidding landscape its ornate woodcarvings, it's decorated skulls, and it's is elated location. He knew that was where he had to go, but his destiny and us, but would be far darker than he imagined. We'll

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"rockefeller" Discussed on GONE

GONE

08:28 min | 3 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on GONE

"In the early hours of November nineteenth nineteen sixty one two men clung to their overturned catamaran several miles of the southwestern coast of NEW GUINEA their boat had capsized nearly twenty four hours earlier their local guides had immediately swamp for help, but there'd been no signs of rescues since. And the current was pushing them further out to sea before long they'd be out of sight of land. And in the shark-infested open ocean. One of the two men was a Dutch anthropologist. The other was Michael Rockefeller Rockefeller was the youngest son of the governor of New York Cihan of one of the wealthiest families in the world. He also happened to be a strong swimmer. He wasn't going to be left stranded. So he decided to swim for sure and get help. He said, I think I can make it and then set off for the coast of what was then known as Dutch NEW GUINEA. That was the last time Michael Rockefeller was ever seen. Hi, I'm Molly. And I'm Richard welcome to gone the show where we searched for everything missing. Every other Monday, we examined mysterious disappearances and the theories they spawned from the amber room to Michael Rockefeller, Picasso paintings to the trust can language the Roanoke colony to the lost Russian cosmonauts. If it's gone, we're looking for it. You can find previous episodes as well. As park has other podcasts on your favorite podcast directory. Some of you have been asking how you can support gone. Well, if you enjoy the show the best way to support us is to leave a five star review wherever you listen. Today. We'll be looking into Michael Clark Rockefeller, the youngest son of former New York, governor and United States. Vice President Nelson Rockefeller the twenty three year old Michael disappeared after his boat capsized off the coast of Dutch NEW GUINEA during an art collecting an anthropological expedition in nineteen sixty one after a ten day. Search that followed no sign of the young man was found. He was officially declared lost at sea. But very few people have ever been satisfied with that explanation today. We're going to delve into the various theories about what could have happened to Michael Rockefeller. The first theory is the official one accepted by his family. And the Dutch government that Michael died before he reached land the second theory posits that Michael made it to land only to be picked up by a local tribe with whom he lived for the rest of his life. Life either by choice, or as a captive and the third and most disturbing theory suggests that Michael made it to shore only to be killed and eaten by members of a local village that still practiced ritual cannibalism in order to understand. Why Michael Rockefeller's disappearance has captivated adventures for more than fifty years? We have to go back to the mid twentieth century to Indonesia, and the most remote reaches of what was then known as Dutch NEW GUINEA to the place that captured Rockefellers imagination in nineteen Forty-five as World War Two was ending changes were happening worldwide on August. Seventeenth nineteen Forty-five the Indonesian islands which had been Dutch colonies for nearly three hundred fifty years prior to Japanese occupation during the war decided to declare their independence. After four years of brutal guerrilla warfare, the Netherlands finally recognized Indonesia's independence, but they refused to hand over the western half of the island of NEW GUINEA, desperate. Not to lose their last remaining sphere of influence in Asia. The Dutch argued that the culturally Melanesian NEW GUINEA wasn't part of Indonesia as many waning, colonial powers did. The Dutch claim that they were now acting as a guide for Dutch NEW GUINEA, they would help the islands people's prepare themselves for self determination and self rule in the modern world. And as the Dutch government pointed out with a wink and nod to other western governments. They didn't have communist sympathies like Indonesia's new president Sukarno did this uneasy peace was kept until nineteen fifty seven when Sukarno pressured the international community to get the Dutch to hand over their half of NEW GUINEA. Against the backdrop of the Cold War tension started to rise. In the meantime, the Dutch colonial government hit spent the nineteen fifties rapidly expanding their reach across the island for the previous century and a half only the Christian missionaries had gotten to know the local cultures while the Dutch administrators had left much of the island and its people alone. But now that the Dutch wanted to prove that Dutch NEW GUINEA could be a functioning independent country. The government was on a mission to bring what they saw as primitive societies into the so-called modern world one of the areas with the least Dutch colonial presence was a lush swampy area along the island's southwestern coast known as the asthma region. Even for the local peoples who lived there for generations Osmond is a hard place to live. It's muddy jungle criss crossed by countless rivers on the edge of the era for a C isn't. Very conducive to growing crops. Big game options are restricted to the saltwater crocodiles that prowl the rivers and the occasional wild-boar, fishing and shrimping or adequate at best the steamy tropical climate means intense daily rainstorms and plenty of mosquitos and other biting bugs. The culture that evolved here his insular and tribal as it would have to be in order to survive in such a place traditions entails passed down by families through storytelling tradition involving both music and dance. Nearly every functional object is or neatly carved conveying, meaning tradition or a story. It would be these strong artistic traditions that would alternately draw Michael Rockefeller to us. Not just like, the Matz, art and culture their worldview had developed to explain life in such a harsh isolated place. According to journalist Carl Hoffman who spent four months in Osmond and a month living with a tribe, the osmond's traditional worldview dictates that nothing happens by chance and that everything from illnesses to storms is driven by interactions with spirits. Additionally, everything in the world must be kept in balance at all time. Times. For example, a sick person will only get better when the evil spirit has been placated or otherwise dealt with in order to restore balance. And just as the people lived on one side of the see the spirits and ancestors lived on the other side of the sea in a place called Sophon, but the aspect of the Osmond concept of balance that they became most famous or really infamous for was head hunting and the subsequent ritual cannibalism while as much cannibalism may have initially grown out of a practical lack of protein it had become an elaborate custom integral to the us. Mott worldview in order for the head hunting ritual to be carried out villages would raid one another or trick gullible victims from neighboring villages into murderous traps. As successful raid or trapped triggered a long prescribed ritual of butchering eating honoring celebrating and more. In which a whole village would traditionally participate, but when one village raids another they would know in expect that the village that they had raided would likely do the same to them at some point in the future. The world had to be kept in balance.

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