by Dr. Joseph Mercola, Mercola:
- Ivor Cummins interviews Jacob Nordangard, a Swedish researcher and author, about The Great Reset and plans for a totalitarian future
- The interview takes you on a journey from the late 19th century to present day, laying out the nefarious path of how we ended up in the place we are today, on the verge of takeover by a corrupted few
- Nordangard is the author of “Rockefeller: Controlling the Game,” a book that explores how this prominent family funded and shaped key aspects of society, from environmental and climate research to education, medicine, politics and agriculture, all using propaganda techniques
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- The Rockefellers’ goal was a transformation of the world’s economy, culture and governments into a new world order — with the Rockefellers and their select cronies at the helm
- Much of the new world order’s plans are based on crisis management, and the idea that a great crisis will occur that will lead to the great transition, where globalists will swoop in to save the day, transforming society into the promised paradise — which actually takes away sovereignty
A common mantra was chanted by world leaders during the COVID-19 pandemic — a Great Reset is necessary to “build back better” from the crisis and create a new sustainable future. This future is one led by a powerful global cartel eager to gain control over society and, ultimately, humanity.
But this message of a new world order swooping in to save the masses from a fearful enemy didn’t start during the pandemic. Its origins go much deeper.
In the video above,1 Ivor Cummins, a biochemical engineer with a background in medical device engineering and leading teams in complex problem-solving, interviews Jacob Nordangard, a Swedish researcher and author who has a Ph.D. in technology and social change, a Master of Social Science in geography and a Master of Social Science in culture and media production.
Nordangard is the author of “Rockefeller: Controlling the Game,” a book that explores how this prominent family funded and shaped key aspects of society, from environmental and climate research to education, medicine, politics and agriculture, all using propaganda techniques. Their goal was a transformation of the world’s economy, culture and governments, into a new world order — with the Rockefellers and their select cronies at the helm.
The interview takes you on a journey from the late 19th century to present day, laying out the nefarious path of how we ended up in the place we are today, on the verge of takeover by a corrupted few.
While the topics covered are a good primer, it is important to understand that the interview fails to uncover any information on Rockefeller’s link to the Rothschild family, who are exponentially wealthier, as they have been global bankers for centuries before the Rockefellers started and are likely stealthily pulling their strings.
The Rockefellers’ Rise to Power
In the late 19th century, John D. Rockefeller became the richest man in the world. He started Standard Oil Corporation in 1870, which soon came under fire. In 1911, Standard Oil was ruled an unreasonable monopoly and split into 34 companies, which became Exxon, Mobil, Chevron, Amoco, Marathon and others.2
To improve his image and exert more world control, Rockefeller got into philanthropy, allowing him to avoid taxation and put money into society in ways that would benefit his businesses. Rockefeller founded the University of Chicago and the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, allowing him to set the research agenda to further their own interests.
Then, in 1913, John D. Rockefeller set up the Rockefeller Foundation. Around the same time, Andrew Carnegie, who was in the steel industry, also became very wealthy and set up a foundation. Nordangard explains:3
“The idea was to have this money and make it work for … a new order of the world and that was meant to be built on management philosophy, because they thought that the government of the day was not efficient — it was inefficient.
So they thought it’s better for us to influence the politics and direct it more international, because that’s a very important thing with the foundation of their work … it was an internationalist course and that was just for it to create this good world where we would have a big human family and all these buzzwords, but it was more about business.”
Meanwhile, at the time, Rockefeller still had an image problem. The Foundation he created under his named was deemed “a menace to the future political and economic welfare of the nation.”
The Foundation, in partnership with Andrew Carnegie and educator Abraham Flexner, then set out to centralize U.S. medical schooling, orienting it to the “germ theory” of disease, which states that germs are solely responsible for disease and necessitate the use of pharmaceuticals to target said germs.
With that narrative in hand, Rockefeller financed the campaign to consolidate mainstream medicine, adopt the philosophies of the growing pharmaceutical industry and shutter its competition.
Rockefeller’s crusade caused the closure of more than half of U.S. medical schools, fostered public and press scorn for homeopathy, osteopathy, chiropractic, nutritional, holistic, functional, integrative and natural medicines, and led to the incarceration of many practicing physicians.4
What many don’t realize, however, is that the Rockefeller Foundation was the precursor to the World Health Organization and also played an important role in the transition of the League of Nations to the United Nations.5,6
The Shapers of Our Future
In 1940, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund was set up to act as the philanthropic arm for the five Rockefeller brothers, the grandchildren of John D. Rockefeller — John, Nelson, Laurance, Winthrop and David. It, too, echoed the same talk of world domination via a new world order. In 1959, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund announced:7
“We cannot escape, and indeed should welcome, the task which history has imposed on us. This is the task of helping to shape a new world order in all its dimensions — spiritual, economic, political, social.”
Eventually, the Rockefellers, who were instrumental in setting up the United Nations, came to view it as their own private club,8 and each of the grandsons became powerful in their own right. Nelson Rockefeller became vice president of the U.S. while David Rockefeller became the head of Chase Manhattan Bank, for instance. The Fund devoted money to various activist groups to influence public opinion, and also relied on philanthropy as part of their propaganda.
In order to gain public trust and favor, however, you need to tell the truth. To do this, they focused on recreating the perception of what’s true to match their agenda, so what they said fell in alignment. If you notice any connection to what occurred during the pandemic, with fact checkers called upon to reshape the truth to fit an overarching narrative, it’s not a coincidence.
In the beginning, there was public outrage against Rockefeller’s empire, with people aware that he was ruining small businesses and trying to run the government. So, he hired Ivy Lee, known as the father of PR, to massage his image. Soon, the media began featuring images of Rockefeller hugging his grandchildren and giving away dimes to poor children.9
Here again you’ll notice a connection to modern-day Bill Gates, who tried to monopolize the early computer market with his software company Microsoft. Using PR and philanthropy, he was able to change his ruthless corporate image to one of a generous philanthropist. But, like Rockefeller, Gates uses his donations to grow his own wealth, as the money spent on “charity” ultimately ends up benefiting his own investments and/or business interests.