September 19th, 2014
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OLD, BUT STILL GOOD: MURRAY ROTHBARD AND THE TWO FACTIONS OF BANKSTERS

Murray Rothbard might be unfamiliar to many, but he is a bona fide economist, with what some would qualify as libertarian leanings and views, and the author of numerous books on economics and, most imp0rtantly, banking. He is an established name in the field, and that makes his views here even more interesting:

Rockefeller, Morgan, and War

Beyond the numerous dots connected by Rothbard in this short article, one sees the outlines of something that it is worth drawing attention to here, for I have drawn attention to it not only in various blogs here, but also in various books and talk show appearances. First, by calling attention to the Rockefeller and Morgan interests, Rothbard is in fact pointing to the existence, within what I have called the Anglo-American corporate elite, and what others such as The Daily Bell call the “Anglosphere”, of two predominant factions: the “Rockefeller” interest, representing a constellation of oil and banking, and the Rothschild interest (via the Morgans), representing a kind of mirror image, banking and oil.

As I have noted elsewhere(The Nazi International, Babylon’s Banksters, and now more recently, Saucers, Swastikas, and Psyops and the book of co-author Scott D deHart and I now in press at Feral House), the numerous patent and license agreements between the Rockefeller interest and I.G. Farben and other German pre-war combines represents a peculiar feature of that particular faction, namely, the acquisition and control of advanced technologies of all types. In a distinctively different approach, if one studies the patterns of the Rothschild interest or faction rather carefully, one will see an emphasis not so much on technology, but of actual control of land. One may think only of the Rothschild faction’s backing of the so-called World Wilderness Bank congress in the late 1990s, wherein a scheme was floated for a new form of currency backed by the world’s wilderness land. Of course, such a scheme of classification has its drawbacks, since the Rockefeller faction, with its vast penetration into agribusiness, is obviously interested in land, and conversely, the Rothschild faction can hardly avoid technology.What Rothbard’s article highlights, however, is the willingness of these factions to work together if in their mutual interest to do so.

However, to anyone really paying attention, there is a third party, a third faction, that is so often overlooked in the analyses of historians and economists like Rothbard, and it is of course, once again, the post-war Nazi faction and I would argue, the large criminal syndicates with which it is affiliated, which, however one slices it, was sitting on top of a massive pile of cash and other liquid assets, and in the possession, by any accounts, of some rather advanced technology for the day. And this points out an area of analysis that economic historians such as Rothbard would do well to concentrate upon: the postwar role of large off-the-books macro-economies, such as the black budgets and programs of intelligence and military bureaucracies. The kind of dot-connecting Rothbard does here needs to be done, as I have attempted to do in The Nazi International or even LBJ and the Conspiracy to Kill Kennedy, but there is much more that needs to be done. I suspect that if a genuine economic history of the postwar period incorporating these underground elements into the total picture could at least be outlined, we would have a powerful clue into the nature of the mess we’re now in. We are, in short, dealing with much more than the irreponsibility of banksters or oil men, but also with a criminal underground class, with advanced technologies, and with hidden power structures. One need only look at figures like John J. McCloy, erstwhile American lawyer for IG Farben, postwar High COmmissioner of Germany, and Warren Commissioner, or Allen Dulles, money-launderer par excellence for the Nazis and the American financial elite, negotiator with Nazi General Reinhard Gehlen, former director of the CIA, and yet another Warren commissioner, to see the overlap of these three factions and their importance in the post-war world.

10 Responses to OLD, BUT STILL GOOD: MURRAY ROTHBARD AND THE TWO FACTIONS OF BANKSTERS

  1. First of all i would like to say that i love your work Joseph and find myself in agreement with most of what you say. As to the above i would recommend that you get a copy of Glen Yeadon and John Hawkins work “The nazi hydra in america”. Have almost finished it myself and it does go into the nazi international quite heavily, especially the US side of facism and the dirty deals done by the Rockefellors, Bushes, Allen Dulles and all those lovely people. looking forward to your future work

  2. Dear Dr Farrell,

    I posted somewhat of a lengthy comment on factions within the Military Industrial Complex in yesterday’s blog-entry on the Intelligence Agency Corp business. It does not seem it ever got posted.

    My question here on the Rockefeller/Rothschild-Morgan: How did they come together under the JP Morgan Chase (former Chase Manhattan/Manufacturers Hannover) umbrella in recent years, to split up again later.

    Are these two factions waging battles on each other? at this time of financial collapse. Who declared war on who on 9/11?

    Thank you in advance for your attention,

    Miguel

  3. New Greek PM Lucas Papademos and prospective new Italian PM Mario Monti are both members of David Rockefellers` Trilateral commission.

    Does the Rockefeller faction take the lead?

  4. It’s ironic that I finished “Nazi International” just yesterday, and I am lost for words.

    It is also the sixth book by the good Dr. that I have read, and it’s easy today to use the expression of “connecting the dots”, BUT, this book does it in an extroardinary way.

    Friends, if you haven’t read it, get it, and considering the above comments by Dr. Farrell, his expose “a” of what has been going on since WW2, is truly a book of dot connecting.

  5. ‘Just passing thru quickly and OFF TOPIC here but:

    I just received “The Giza Death Star Deployed.”

    I have already read “Babylon’s Banksters,” “The Cosmic War,” and “The Giza Death Star.” I am reading them in order now and this one looks GOOD. Also, FWIW, I have been listening to the FINE series of interviews you did with George Ann Hughes on ‘The Byte Show;” trying to get the whole picture.

    You are an excellent author, Joseph. Please keep them coming.

    • I forgot. I have read “Reich of the Black Sun” also. So I will go directly to “The Giza Death Star Destroyed” next.

      • Quazer Citizen,

        I wouldn’t use a weasel as a shaving implement. So it didn’t ZAP me!

        While we’re studying different aspects of:

        Ancient Egyptian Heritage I thought it a good idea if there was some MODERN equivalent of the lifestyles of the ANNANUKI!

        Click this to see for yourself a Marvelous IMAGE?

        No don’t click: I need some assistance from my wife in how one can do the simple “copy and paste.” I am the dummy in my house when it comes to computers.
        (If I can post it I will?

        • Pasting can be done with Elmer’s glue, paste, or (my favorite) Scotch tape. You will have to figure copying out for yourself though.

          Thank you for your input.