Rockefeller, Morgan, and War

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World War II might therefore be considered, from one point of view, as a coalition war: the Morgans got their war in Europe, the Rockefellers theirs in Asia.”

“It should be clear that the name of the political party in power is far less important than the particular regime’s financial and banking connections.”
Murray N. Rothbard

NAWAPA Conference : Expert Hal Cooper on the Bering Strait Rail link

Dr. Hal Cooper, engineer and rail expert, talks about the Bering Strait tunnel project, a pathway by which we can connect Asia and North America through a cooperative relationship between Canada, USA, China and Russia

This project represents:

“A reversal of the conventional economic thinking
of the financial interests of the world”
“A return to development and prosperity”
“A critical geopolitical shift” Continue reading