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David Rockefeller's life shows how the rich shape everything from who gets elected to office to what art is allowed to be produced. [Read More]
World oldest billionaire, David Rockefeller dies at 101 He had also declined an offer from his brother Nelson to appoint him to Robert F Kennedy's Senate seat after Kennedy was assassinated in June 1968, a post Nelson also offered to their nephew John Davison Rockefeller IV. Last year, on his 100 birthday, Rockefeller donated 1,000 acres of land to a ME national park. Chase Manhattan Corp, of which Rockefeller was chairman, and whose principal... [Read More]
David Rockefeller has just passed away.You may have already heard that news. You may have... [Read More]
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When David Rockefeller Sr. died March 20, at the age of 101, he was worth $3.3 billion, according to Forbes. And with his passing, the city lost one of the last of its brand-name billionaires. The Rockefeller name has long captured the American imagination, becoming shorthand for "richest of the rich." For more than a... [Read More]
"David Rockefeller is dead. But what does it mean? How do we measure the life of someone who has shaped the modern world to such an extent? Join us for this week's edition of The Corbett Report where we examine David Rockefeller's life, his works and the world that he left in his wake." For more on the significance of the Rockefeller dynasty and David Rockefeller in particular, check out my recent LRC blogs here, here, and here. [Read More]
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which the Times says had roughly 150,000 names in it... [Read More]
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Billionaire David Rockefeller's death has prompted some observers to assume that the US establishment's globalist concept has lost some wind. However, geopolitical analyst Gilbert Mercier explained in an interview with Sputnik why it's too early to jump to conclusions. [Read More]
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David Rockerfeller, champion of Lower Manhattan, dies at 101 March 27, 2017 | Filed under: News | Posted by: Bill Egbert Associated Press / D. PickoffBanker and philanthropist David Rockefeller, who died on March 20 at age 101, is regarded by many as one of the founding fathers of Downtown's resurgence, dating from his push to keep the headquarters of Chase Manhattan Bank in Lower in the late 1950s. BY COLIN MIXSON Billionaire philanthropist and tireless promoter of Lower Manhattan David Rockefeller died at... [Read More]
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At One Chase Manhattan Plaza and the Museum of Modern Art, he made the land-use review process seem effortless. For him, maybe it was. [Read More]
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"Sunday Morning" remembers newspaper columnist Jimmy Breslin, banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller, and "Gong Show" creator Chuck Barris. [Read More]
Chairman of Chase Manhattan bank and one of the US's leading philanthropists... [Read More]
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The passing of the last grandchild of the late US oil pioneer John D Rockefeller is the end of a chapter that covered the birth of the modern hydrocarbon industry. [Read More]
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David Rockefeller, who died this week, will be buried at his family's cemetery in Sleepy Hollow. But other family members are buried elsewhere, in the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery and in Ohio, where John D. Rockefeller originated. Video by Jordan Fenster. [Read More]
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David Rockefeller does not show up in nearly as much tax litigation as I thought he might, but the two cases I did find are kind of interesting. [Read More]
Long before there was the expression "fake news" — or, as the president tweets it, "FAKE NEWS" — there was the National Enquirer. This was pretty much understood to be the definition of fake news. The Lindbergh baby might have been carried off by the Loch Ness monster — that sort of thing. While the president labels many outlets "fake news," he speaks with nothing but respect about the National Enquirer. He did so in his recent interview with Time magazine, whose Washington bureau chief brought up the tale of the Cruz family and the JFK assassination. ... [Read More]
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David Rockefeller grew from a shy, insecure child into a leader in banking, philanthropy and international relations. The former chief executive of Chase Manhattan Bank died Monday at age 101. [Read More]
With the passing of David Rockefeller, I started to reflect on his views of the world. Time and time again he pushed for a New World Order and a one world government, which would allow the elite and world bankers to hold complete control over the global population. This got me thinking: Do people even understand the gravity of the situation at hand, or what a one world government would mean? What the New World Order Would Look Like Myths, Misunderstandings and Outright lies about owning Gold. Are you at risk? Throughout history, numerous politicians and members of the elite have... [Read More]
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David Rockefeller was a very nice evil man. So was his father. He always thought he was doing the right thing. Maybe once in a while, he did something really good. I just can't think of anything. Rockefeller was a big promoter of modern art. So was his brother Nelson. The brothers promoted an artistic rebellion against the common man's taste. The more that a typical citizen would regard a piece of art as ugly or silly or meaningless, the more money a Rockefeller would pay for it. Americans love Norman Rockwell's paintings. The Rockefellers did not. I can... [Read More]
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United States billionaire philanthropist David Rockefeller dies at 101 Rockefeller's grandfather was one of the original American "robber baron" tycoons of the 19th and early 20th centuries, employing brass-knuckles business tactics to build his oil empire before the US Supreme Court ruled in 1911 that his Standard Oil company should be broken up.He was named Chase Manhattan's president in 1961 and chairman and CEO eight years later.While the 1970s proved to be a rocky... [Read More]
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