Rockefeller Internationalist - Emanuel Josephson



This book introduces the Rockefeller 'Empire', with a detailed emphasis on the tax-free foundations and trusts set up by John D. Rockefeller II in order to influence American politics, culture, education, and especially medicine. The activities of these philanthropies are shockingly subversive, and appear to be part of a plan to erase national borders and promote internatioalism. The book also details the Rockefeller influence over American banking, industry, and both political parties.

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Physical Symbol of Rockefeller-Soviet Axis At West Corner of Park Avenue and 68th Street there stand three buildings side by side that are the emblem of the Rockefeller-Soviet Axis. 'A' is the home of Rockefeller's Council on Foreign Relations, the Foreign Office of the Rockefeller Empire. 'B', on the opposite corner is the home of the Soviet Russian Delegation to the UN. 'C' houses Rockefeller's Institute of Public Administration, controlling city and state governments.

[Book Cover] from The Man Who Misrules the World by Emanuel Josephson
[Book Cover] from The Man Who Misrules the World by Emanuel Josephson


Rockefeller Internationalist
the Man who Misrules the World

By EMANUEL M. JOSEPHSON




The Plot

"The Carnegie-Rockefeller influence is bad. In two generations they can change the minds of the people to make them conform to the cult of Rockefeller, or the cult of Carnegie, rather than the fundamental principles of American democracy."
—Sen. Chamberlain (Ore.) March 26, 1917


"In our dreams we have limitless resources and the people yield themselves with perfect docility to our molding hands. The present educational conventions fade from our minds, and unhampered by tradition, we work our own good will upon a grateful and responsive rural folk . . . The task we set before ourselves is a very beautiful one, to train these people as we find them to a perfectly ideal life just where they are. So toe will organize our children into a little community and teach them to do in a perfect way the things their fathers and mothers are doing in an imperfect way, in the home, in the shop and on the farm."
—The objectives of Rockefeller "philanthropies" stated by him and Gates in Occasional Letter No. 1 of the G.E.B.



"ANYTHING ROCKEFELLER WANTS IS OK."
— Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, "Bipartisan", San Francisco Conference For UN Organization, May 1, 1945, quoted by Drew Pearson.



"Even after we were in the war, Standard Oil of New Jersey was putting forth every effort of which it was capable to protect the control of the German government over vital war material.

"As Patrick Henry said: 'If that is treason (and it certainly is treason) then make the most of it'.

"YES IT IS TREASON.

"You can not translate it in any other way." Harry Shippe Truman, March 27, 1942



"They should look at their hands. THERE IS BLOOD ON THEM—the dried blood of the last war and the fresh blood of the present one."
Chicago Tribune editorial, December 9, 1950



" ... by thy words thou shalt be condemned."
—Matthew, 12:37



Warning!

Soviet Russia is controlled by a ruthless gang of criminals, moral and ethical lepers who pose as "philanthropists" and champions of "the masses". They are bent on conquering, looting and raping the world; and will not stop until, either they have accomplished it, or themselves have been destroyed. Any dealings with them as a government merely gives them the advantage of the delays and aids implied in international amenities, that they scorn but use to full advantage.

There never has been a more effective way of checking the spread of contagion than isolation. A policy of strict isolationism would weaken the Soviets by withholding from them the material they require for their mad, criminal plans.

Their accomplices in our midst have undertaken to discredit isolationism and make it a term of opprobium and reproach, to further their conspiracy. They foster "internationalism" which Stalin has dictated shall mean that:

"An internationalist is one who is prepared unreservedly, unhesitatingly and unconditionally to defend the USSR". (New Leader, March 11,1950)

All of the conspirators' "internationalist" schemes, the Marshall Plan, the NATO, the MSA, the Point 4 program, etc. are designed to supply the Communists with the equipment and material without which they can not wage war on us. The material is sent to our treacherous "allies" in the East and the West, and is transhipped by them, to their criminal scum, Communist partners indirectly, when not sent directly. To increase their loot, the Red racketeers are now resorting to blackmail, in the ransoming of our prisoners, the "snatch racket".

We must act immediately to oust and bar from public office any person identified with the vicious conspirators.

Most absurd of the futilities with which the conspirators are deluding us is the idea that the Communist criminal scum, or our own, will ever change their stripes—that there ever can be any peace with them so long as we make war so profitable for them. The Korean "truce" farce demonstrates that well.

Unless we abandon "internationalism", and frustrate the conspirators, it will inevitably lead us to bankruptcy and destruction by the enemies within and without our gates.



About the Author

Emanuel M. Josephson was born in Baltimore, Md., September 23, 1895. Educated at Johns Hopkins University and Columbia University. B.S. 1916, M.D. 1917. In 1921-22 he was Assistant to the Medical Director of the American Red Cross in Europe. Since then he has engaged in medical research, in the practice of medicine, and in writing on medicine, politics and economics. He has been fearless in his exposure of sham and corruption in those fields.

Among his publications are:

  • The Gold Standard Myth
  • Your Life Is Their Toy
  • Rackets—Social Service & Medical
  • Merchants In Medicine
  • Glaucoma & its Medical Treatment With Cortin
  • Near-Sightedness Is Preventable
  • The Thymus, Myasthenia Gravis & Manganese
  • Breathe Deeply and Avoid Colds
  • The Strange Death of Franklin D. Roosevelt


Credits To References

Credit and thanks is extended to the following references:

  • Biography Of The Rockefeller Brothers, by Joe Alex Morris. Harper and Brothers
  • Drew Pearson column. Copyright 1945 by Bell Syndicate, Inc. Reprinted by special permission of the author and the N.Y. Mirror.
  • Dubinsky, Winthrop Rockefeller and Corsi May Be Fusion Slate, by Murray Snyder. Reprinted by permission of the New York Tribune
  • John D.: A Portrait in Oil, by John K. Winkler. Vanguard Press Inc.
  • John D. Rockefeller, by Allan Nevins. Charles Scribner's Sons.
  • Prejudice and The Press, by Frank Hughes. The Devin-Adair Co.
  • Rockefeller Profits From The Marshall Plan, Chicago Tribune editorial, by Col. Robert McCormick
  • Rockefeller Or God, by Henry H. Klein
  • The Free And Responsible Press, Don R. Mellett Lecture at the University of Syracuse, May 8, 1947, by George E. Sokolsky.
  • The Tragedy Of George Marshall, by Walter Trohan. The American Mercury.
  • We Fight For Oil, by Ludwell Denny. Alfred A. Knopf Inc.

To my many patriotic friends who have helped me unstintingly in my efforts I offer my sincere gratitude.

This book is dedicated to the Constitution a blueprint of human organization drawn up by the wisest group of men who ever assembled for that purpose.

It is eternally true in its concept of freedom as the fundamental basis of government.

This is published in the hope of restoring the Constitution as our basic law, and preserving the freedom that it was designed to give us, against the onslaught of conspirators from without and within, so that America may become again " . . . the land of the free . .

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