Globalist Agenda Watch 2015: Update 15 – Like it or not, here is more on the Rockefeller connection to Austrian economics

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When you pursue the truth, you sometimes come across information that you really wish wasn’t true, even though you know it is. And after being programmed for many years to see Ron Paul as a hero and Austrian economics as an economic panacea, it appears that many are feeling discomfort from being told it was all part of the bankster plan. In fact, one reader has challenged me to prove my observations about Paul and the Austrian school. In response to this challenge, I can say only one thing: as you wish. 🙂 Since providing more supporting evidence will require a lot of extra effort on my part, though, I ask this of you in return: please set aside your emotional attachments to Paul and Mises and follow wherever the evidence leads. You cannot learn and grow if you let your emotions tether you to fixed ideas.

As I began my research for “Project Paul,” I quickly realized that I’m not the first to see Ron Paul and Austrian economics for what they are. I ran across an intriguing article from Anthony Migchels called How the Money Power created Libertarianism and Austrian Economics. Although I’m still in the process of exploring and vetting the article’s information, here are a couple of interesting passages worth sharing…

1) >>> Fred Koch founded the John Birch Society in 1958. Ed Griffin was educated there. He later wrote a famous book, “the Creature of Jekyll Island”. This was a rehash of Eustace Mullins’ brilliant ‘Secrets of the Federal Reserve’, with one exception: it left out all Mullins’ analysis of the Gold Standard as a Banker operation and how Britain’s demand for taxes payed in Gold were the cause of the war of Independence. Instead it called for the reinstatement of a Gold Standard. This is a key part of the story how Austrian Economics managed to take over the ‘Truth Movement’. <<<

If we look back at the two books, Mullins’ works on the Federal Reserve were published in 1952 (Mullins on the Federal Reserve) and 1983 (Secrets of the Federal Reserve). Griffin’s works came in 1993 and 1994 with first a movie, then a book, called The Creature from Jekyll Island. Given Griffin’s connection to the John Birch Society and the Kochs, it makes sense that his work was meant to co-opt Mullins’ work. If we look at Griffin’s background, we see this…

>>> Griffin was born in Detroit, Michigan, on November 7, 1931, and became a child voice actor on local radio from 1942 to 1947. He later emceed at WJR (CBS), and continued as an assistant announcer at the public radio station WUOM. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in 1953, majoring in speech and communications. In 1954, he served in the United States Army, and in 1956 was discharged as a sergeant. Griffin worked as a writer for Curtis LeMay [firebomber of Japan’s cities], vice presidential running mate for George Wallace during his 1968 presidential campaign. Shortly thereafter, he began writing and producing documentary-style videos about the same controversial topics covered in his books, such as cancer, the historicity of Noah’s Ark, the Federal Reserve System, the Supreme Court of the United States, terrorism, subversion, and foreign policy. <<<

With his background as a voice actor working for Establishment media and his training in speech and communications, he would be a suitable choice for a faux-truther talking head, wouldn’t he? This is all part of the way the Illuminati work: through “philanthropic” foundations and direct giving, they fund think tanks, societies, movements and talking heads which indoctrinate the public in their various “isms,” such as communism (on the “political left”) and libertarianism (on the “political right”). They then work their dialectics using the two sides they created.

2) >>> David Rockefeller himself was quoted as saying: “Finally, in his most surprising statement, he revealed he considers himself a follower of the Austrian school of economics. Friedrich Hayek had been his tutor at the London School of Economics in the 1930s.” <<<

Clicking on the link Migchels provided with this quote, I was led to a website belonging to Mark Skousen

Austrian economist Skousen has an even more Establishment background than G. Edward Griffin…

>>> Skousen was an economic analyst for the CIA from 1972 to 1975. He later worked as a consultant for IBM and Hutchinson Technology, and other companies. He was a columnist for Forbes magazine from 1997 to 2001, and has contributed articles to The Wall Street Journal as well as to various libertarian periodicals. He has been a speaker at investment conferences and has lectured for think tanks. From 2008-2010 he was a weekly contributor on CNBC’s Kudlow & Company and has also appeared on C-SPAN Book TV and Fox News. <<<

…and the Migchels link led to this specific article of his

Note the passage that mentions “the new global free market economy of the 1990s and beyond.” This gives a description of exactly what the globalists have been building with the New World Order, and if you think about it, Austrian economics is the perfect economic theory to underlie such a system.

As for the second passage I highlighted, it clearly establishes that David Rockefeller is a Mises devotee, and has been since he studied at the London School of Economics. If you know anything about the London School, you’ll know that it was founded by the Fabian Society, which is socialist. Seeing this, unawakened people might wonder how someone can go to a socialist economic school and emerge a libertarian, but if you realize that the London School is an Establishment institution tasked with upholding their dialectic strategy, it’s easy to understand. Both the “left wing” and the “right wing” are attached to the same demon.

To add one more tidbit on how far back the connection between Ludwig von Mises and the Rockefellers goes, have a look at this passage from page 144 of an economics reference text titled the Elgar Companion to Hayekian Economics

There can be no mistake about who is behind the promotion of Austrian economics, but I will continue to write more on the subject nonetheless.

For the previous updates in this series, click here.

With love…