Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
January 5, 2015
Jim was amazed that David Rockefeller admitted he was part of a "secret cabal" for "one world," and he wondered why the press/media had not picked up on this. I told Jim that David Brooks in THE NEW YORK TIMES had written a long book review about Rockefeller's book, but nowhere in it did he mention the "secret cabal" quote. I went on to say that I tried to get a USA TODAY reporter who had written about the Bushes and Skull & Bones to write about what Rockefeller had said, but he declined.
I explained to Jim that we have not really had an independent press for a long time, and I quoted John Swinton (editorial page editor of THE NEW YORK TIMES, 1860-1870) as saying to a gathering of journalists at the Twilight Club in New York City on April 12, 1883: "There is no such thing in America as an independent press, unless it is in the country towns. You know it and I know it. There is not one of you who dare to write his honest opinions, and if you did you know beforehand they would never appear in print....The business of the New York journalist is to destroy the truth, to lie outright, to pervert, to vililfy. to fawn at the feet of Mammon....You know this an I know it, and what folly is this to be toasting an 'independent press.' We are the tools and vassals of rich men behind the scenes. We are the jumping-jacks; they pull the strings and we dance. Our talents, our possibilities and our lives are all the property of other men. We are intellectual prostitutes."
Following this, I gave Jim 4 examples from the 20th century to back up my point. On February 9, 1917, U. S. Rep. Oscar Calloway inserted the following statement in the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD: "In March 1915 the J. P. Morgan interests, the steel, shipbuilding, and powder interests, and their subsidiary organizations got together 12 men high up in the newspaper world and employed them to select the most influential newspapers in the United States and sufficient number of them to control generally the policy of the daily press of the United States. These twelve men worked the problem out by selecting 179 newspapers, and then began, by an elimination process, to retain only those necessary for the purpose of controlling the general policy of the daily press throughout the country. They found it was only necessary to purchase the control of twenty-five of the greatest newspapers. The twenty-five papers were agreed upon; emissaries were sent to purchase the policy, national and international, of these papers; an agreement was reached; the policy of the papers was bought, to be paid for by the month; an editor was furnished for each paper to properly supervise and edit information...."
J. P. Morgan was the banker in the United States who was helping to facilitate Cecil Rhodes' secret Society of the Elect's plan to "take the government of the whole world." And Rhodes wanted to control four mail aspects of life---politics, economics, education, and journalism. Therefore, Morgan's takeover of the press in this country was toward the fulfillment of Rhodes' plan.
The second example was from Christopher Hobhouse's OXFORD AS IT WAS AND IS TODAY (1939), in which he revealed: "It is the Editor of THE (LONDON) TIMES and his circle of associates...(who) elect to consider themselves the powers behind the scenes. The duty of purveying honest news is elevated in their eyes into the prerogative of dictating opinion. It is at All Souls (College, Oxford University) that they meet to decide just how little they will let their readers know."
The third example is from Herman Dinsmore (foreign editor of THE NEW YORK TIMES from 1951 to 1960), who wrote in ALL THE NEWS THAT FITS (1969) THAT "THE NEW YORK TIMES today is deliberately pitched to the so-called liberal point of view....Positively and negatively, the weight of THE (NEW YOK) TIMES has generally fallen on the side of the communists since the end of World War II." Four years after Dinsmore's book was published, Power Elite member David Rockefeller in the August 10, 1973 NEW YORK TIMES wrote a glowing op-ed article praising the Communist dictator Chairman Mao, even after most people knew he had killed millions of his own innocent people.
Rockefeller was chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) from 1970 to 1985 and chairman emeritus since then. And, as example number four, in the October 30, 1993 edition of THE WASHINGTON POST, that newspaper's ombudsman, Richard Harwood, described the role of the CFR's press and media members in the following manner: "Their membership is an acknowledgment of their ascension into the American ruling class (where) they do not merely analyze and interpret foreign policy for the United States; they help make it."
Rockefeller once told Congressman William Dannemeyer that some men are born to rule, but most men are born to be ruled. Power Elite member Rockefeller was and is helping to facilitate fellow Power Elite member Cecil Rhodes' plan for world control, including the use of journalism via the journalists' CFR membership.
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