These individuals, families, and corporations are the real forces behind our political corruption, our planet’s destruction, and our economic enslavement. These corporations and Industrialists wants to Enslave People and destroy their freedom to fulfil their greed, at the cost of Everything. See their names below and what they are doing.
1. The Rockefellers
The Rockefellers are arguably one of the most evil families in American history. J.D. Rockefeller, the US’ first billionaire, was responsible for monopolizing the American Medical establishment over 75 years ago, and led the campaign to discredit other natural remedies in favor of the pharmaceutical industry he helped to create. He and his descendants later funded the Tavistock Institute for Human Relations, which used Freudian techniques to influence the opinion of the masses.
Graduates of this institute went on to assume leadership roles in mainstream media, the government, and corporations. David Rockefeller is the only surviving grandson of J.D. Rockefeller, and, as such, continues his family’s dark legacy by using his incredible personal wealth. He has openly admitted that his family’s long-standing plan has been to create a one world government controlled by elites saying:
“Some even believe [the Rockefellers] are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’, conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure – one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I’m proud of it.”
David Rockefeller has been instrumental in planning the advent of this “new world order” via his influence in the Bilderberg Group, Trilateral Commission, and the Council of Foreign Relations.
Monsanto has been the subject of ire for over a decade, most recently following international studies and revelations regarding the carcinogenic nature of their best-selling pesticide Round-Up, also known as glyphosate. Monsanto, in the past, helped contribute to atomic bomb research and created Agent Orange which was used to deforest large sections of Vietnam during the US invasion among other chemicals.
Agent Orange alone caused half a million Vietnamese children to be born with deformities and poisoned over 3 million people. Monsanto currently still markets Agent Orange as a pesticide for GM corn in the US.
In addition, Monsanto’s business model for the dissemination of its biotech products has created untold suffering around the world, particularly in India. After GMOs were introduced in the country in 2002, poor Indian farmers became trapped in vicious debt cycles after adopting GM seeds and herbicides.
Originally marketed as a method to make farmers more productive and wealthier, they have instead become so indebted to foreign GM seed and agrochemical companies that many farmers have been taking their own lives.
In 2009, the number of GM-debt related suicides was so high, that an Indian farmer was estimated to commit suicide every 30 minutes. The situation in India has repeated itself in numerous other countries, but Monsanto has yet to be held accountable.
3. George Soros
George Soros is one of the most notorious billionaires in the world. Soros made it rich as a currency manipulator, famously making a billion dollars in one day by initiating a British financial crisis and betting on the outcome.
During the 1997 Asian financial crisis, Soros was accused by the Malaysian government of bringing down the nation’s currency through his insider trading activities. He did something similar in England, prompting Thailand to call him an “economic war criminal.”
Yet, Soros is more well-known for his funding of political causes, as well as his machinations that helped lead to Europe’s refugee crisis.
Soros has also been accused of rigging elections as he has strong ties to several of the companies which produce electronic voting machines. Many of these Soros-funded voting machines malfunction and even switch votes. Soros also pushes for a “one world government”, and has worked to erode American sovereignty as well as the sovereignty of other nations in pursuit of that goal.
Despite their motto of “don’t be evil,” Google has left its relatively humble beginnings far behind, transforming into a tech behemoth with a sinister dark side. With its development secretly funded by the CIA from the outset, Google was intended to be – and has become – a tool of war against enemies of the U.S. government and anyone who stands in the way of the “global order.”
“Google is getting WH [White House] and State Dept support and air cover. In reality they are doing things the CIA cannot do . . . [Cohen] is going to get himself kidnapped or killed. Might be the best thing to happen to expose Google’s covert role in foaming up-risings, to be blunt. The US Gov’t can then disavow knowledge and Google is left holding the shit-bag.”
Indeed, Google has been exposed as fomenting uprisings throughout the world, particularly ones that benefited U.S. imperialism such as the Arab Spring. In addition, Google has been pegged as having the ability to swing elections due to its influence on the internet’s flow of information and is rumored to have the capability to predict one’s online actions due to the massive amount of data it stores about their users – most of whom are unaware that Google logs every search they make and every YouTube video they watch.
5. The Rothschilds
Last but not least, we have the Rothschild family. The Rothschilds are arguably the richest family in the world and essentially own a majority of the world’s central banks – which are private institutions in most countries – as well as the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. The Rothschilds’ most well-known patriarch, Mayer Amschel Rothschild, once said:
“Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes the laws.”
This has been the maxim of the Rothschild family ever since. The Rothschilds are also responsible for Zionism, a racist ideology opposed by many Jews, and the State of Israel, which has caused numerous wars in the Middle East in its short history and is responsible for the unbelievable suffering of the Palestinian people.
With so much money and so much power, the Rothschilds have incredible amounts of influence in US and international politics, so much so that even Hillary Clinton has begged them forgiveness in leaked emails. This one family has the power to economically destroy any nation that doesn’t do what the Rothschilds want.
The world’s largest food company, Nestlé is guilty of numerous crimes against humanity, ranging from its dubious and misleading marketing strategies to intentionally selling poisoned food to stealing freshwater from communities who desperately need it.
For instance, Nestlé – the largest artificial baby milk producer – is largely responsible for the deaths of the 1.5 million infants who die annually due to being fed artificial milk over breast-milk, thanks to Nestlé’s aggressive marketing.
Nestlé has also promoted the use of untested nano-technology and GM food, the exploitation of farmers, the use of child labor, and extensive pollution.
In addition, Nestlé has been caught on several occasions intentionally selling poisoned or tainted products. The most recent example was their marketing of lead-poisoned noodles in India, which led to the entire product being placed under a nationwide ban. In addition, Nestlé is well-known for illegally extracting groundwater, particularly in Brazil.
In the United States, they also do the same – though “legally.” Recently, they made headlines for tripling the amount of freshwater they pump from a source near Flint, Michigan – a community that has been without clean drinking water for multiple years.
7. Bill Gates
The Microsoft founder and the world’s richest man – under the guise of “philanthropy” – has directly financed and caused the suffering of thousands of people, particularly in the developing world where his efforts are largely focused. An admitted proponent of global population reduction, Gates has widely promoted vaccination programs as well as biotechnology (i.e. GMOs and associated agrochemicals.)
While such efforts would normally be applauded, Gates has only pushed the vaccines and biotech products in which he personally has a financial stake. For instance, Gates has multi-million dollar investments in major biotech companies like Monsanto, Cargill, and Dow Chemical – all of which benefit handsomely from his foundation’s initiatives pushing the adoption of biotechnology in the third world.
The same is true of his support for vaccination programs as Gates’ foundation is invested in 15 pharmaceutical companies with $52 million invested just in the German vaccine company CureVac.
Some of Gates’ vaccination initiatives have crippled communities throughout the developing world. In one particularly egregious example, Gates’ initiative to eradicate polio has continuously pushed the use of an oral polio vaccine that is no longer used in Western countries as it was found to actually cause polio.
However, Gates didn’t let this dangerous and unsafe vaccine go to waste and instead found a market for the deadly vaccine in India. Indian doctors have reported that this particular “charitable” project of the Gates Foundation has led to over 47,500 cases of paralysis. Cases of paralysis were found to be directly proportional to the the doses of oral polio received.
8. Goldman Sachs
Widely considered to be one of the world’s most evil banks, Goldman Sachs has been duping and robbing the American public for decades – not to mention most of the world. For example, Goldman Sachs intentionally deceived its clients and investors immediately prior to the Great Depression in the 1930s, a calamity they helped create and which netted them a massive profit.
In 2001 they lobbied for the now infamous Enron and also “cooked the books” to allow Greek into the EuroZone, an act largely responsible for Greece’s current and dismal financial situation. More recently, they had a major role in creating the 2008 financial crisis which – like the Great Depression – generated a handsome profit for the bank at the expense of American consumers.
9. Henry Kissinger
Henry Kissinger is a war criminal like no other, though some of his proteges – such as Hillary Clinton – have come close. Not surprisingly, he’s been one of David Rockefeller’s closest friends since 1954. Kissinger, while serving as Nixon’s Secretary of State, oversaw a bloody coup in Chile, an illegal bombing campaign in Cambodia, and millions dead in Vietnam.
However, because of his insider connections to the military-industrial complex, Kissinger ended up being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, a decision so outrageous that several members of the Nobel committee resigned in protest.
Also noteworthy is Goldman Sachs’ control over U.S. politics and, thus, U.S. policy. The last several Treasury Secretaries – Henry Paulson (George W. Bush), Tim Geithner (Barack Obama), and Steve Mnuchin (Donald Trump) – were all Goldman Sachs employees prior to overseeing the U.S. Treasury.
Goldman also has more than 30 ex-government officials working as its lobbyists on Capitol Hill and contributes thousands to political campaigns to ensure the loyalty of powerful politicians.
Not surprisingly, Goldman Sachs has avoided prosecution for its numerous crimes and has prevented the U.S. government from passing any meaningful banking reforms thanks to its strong government ties. Essentially, Goldman Sachs has free license to do as it pleases, to the detriment of everyone else.
10. British Petroleum
Though many other oil and gas companies have committed their fair share of crimes against humanity, British Petroleum stands apart – not just for its negligence or contamination of the environment – but for its efforts to intentionally make the disasters it has caused even worse. Of course, the most famous BP oil spill – the Deepwater Horizon spill in the Gulf of Mexico – took place in 2010.
This disaster, considered the largest and most devastating oil spill in human history, dumped more than 200 million gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico. Even though the spill happened over 7 years ago, it is still washing up along the Gulf Coast’s shores and helped create a permanent hypoxic “dead zone” near the spill’s epicenter. The Gulf of Mexico’s ecosystem and human economic activity based around it has been devastated and may never recover.
Yet, even worse than BP’s devastating oil spill – legally recognized to have been caused by the company’s “negligence” – has been its “clean-up” efforts. Instead of trying to remove the oil from the environment, despite the fact that such technology existed at the time, BP chose to use an oil dispersant that hides the oil from view but doesn’t actually do anything to clean the environment.
Worse still, the oil dispersant used – known as Corexit – is actually highly toxic and has been killing marine life in massive quantities. BP used over 7 million liters of Corexit despite scientists’ warnings.
Though Kissinger no longer serves as secretary of state, he still wields enormous influence and works as a consultant for some of the biggest names in US and international politics. He has served as a mentor to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and has been largely influential in the development of the US’ system of perpetual war. His legacy is evident in the never-ending ‘War on Terror’, and in the extrajudicial killings of US citizens via the covert drone war.
In addition to the oil spills and its “clean-up” efforts, BP has also been caught colluding in gross human rights violations, fueling unrest abroad, and devastating the rights and livelihood of indigenous peoples. BP has also drilled and spilled in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) and has also been recently cleared to drill next to a newly discovered coral reef near the mouth of the Amazon river.
11. Larry Summers
Larry Summers not be very well-known, but his influence has been substantial nonetheless. Summers was a key player in economic policy under Bill Clinton’s administration, serving various important positions within the US Treasury until becoming the Secretary of the Treasury in 1999.
Summers, along with his mentor Robert Rubin, were responsible for deregulating the US banking system via the removal of the Glass-Steagall Act, making him more responsible than any other person for the economic crisis of 2008, as well as the economic crisis we are soon to face.
Not only that, Summers also conspired with a cabal of banker big-shots to deregulate the banks of the entire world. Summers and his cronies forced nearly every government in the world to sign the Financial Services Agreement, an addendum to the international trade agreements managed by the World Trade Organization.
The only country that refused was Brazil, one of the few countries who avoided the worst of the 2008 crisis. Summers pushed all of this deregulation to make the bankers richer as the 2008 crisis was essentially a massive wealth transfer from the people to the bankers. With Summers still very influential in the US government, his work will only make the inequality divide in the US worse with time
12. International Monetary Fund
The International Monetary Fund (IMF), along with similar institutions like the World Bank, has been a major player in the global economic landscape ever since its creation in 1944. The international banking organization, which is privately controlled by the notorious Rothschild banking family, first pressures nations to deregulate their financial sector, allowing private banks to loot their economies.
Once governments are forced to bail-out their deregulated financial sector, the IMF or World Bank sets up a loan package written in secret by central bankers and finance ministers that undermine their national sovereignty and force them to adopt policies of austerity that harm workers, families, and the environment. For instance, the disastrous Greek debt crisis is a direct result of the IMF’s under-handed tactics.
In addition, The last three directors of the IMF have all been the targets of legal action, with two – including current director Christine LaGarde – having been found guilty of corruption. Rodrigo Rato, IMF director from 2004 to 2007, was recently convicted for fraud and will spend four years in prison.
Though it gained notoriety for its “reconstruction” efforts after the U.S. Invasion of Iraq in the early 2000s, Halliburton’s crimes reach far beyond the Middle East. Halliburton is one of the largest providers of products and services to the fossil fuel industry but a considerable amount of their corporate profits come from civil and military projects, particularly for overseas U.S. operations. Most recently, Halliburton made headlines after it pled guilty to destruction of evidence regarding its role in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon (B.P.) oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Halliburton’s connections to the U.S. military has protected it from prosecution, despite its numerous crimes. For instance, from 1992 to 2000, Halliburton forced thousands of villagers in Burma to work on its pipelines and related infrastructure, often without pay. They lost their homes due to forced relocation and were raped, tortured and killed by soldiers hired by companies as security guards for the pipelines. No one at Halliburton was ever punished for this practice.
However, Halliburton’s illegal activities really came into their own when Dick Cheney became its chief executive in 1995. While Cheney was the CEO of Halliburton, it was involved in a cover-up of its widespread use of asbestos, a bribery scandal in Nigeria, a corruption scandal in Indonesia, and the poisoning of communities in New Mexico and Texas among others.
Of course, Halliburton is most famous for the war-profiteering racket that Dick Cheney’s position as vice president enabled when the U.S. illegally invaded Iraq in 2003. Halliburton reaped a nearly $40 billion profit from the contracts it received following the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Halliburton has also been accused of racial discrimination, gender discrimination, and of being viciously anti-union. In one case, taking place in Iraq, a female worker for a Halliburton subsidiary was gang-raped by her co-workers and Halliburton tried to cover it up. They tried to intimidate the female worker after the crime took place by trapping her in a shipping container without food or water for 24 hours.
14. Bayer AG
A well-known and global pharmaceutical brand, Bayer’s first patented product was heroin, which they marketed to children around the world for decades as a cough medicine free of side effects, despite the dangers of addiction. Bayer soon established themselves as the dominant pharmaceutical company in Europe after trademarking aspirin a year later. However, Bayer then became involved in the manufacture of chemical weapons, including the invention of chlorine gas in World War I and its founding of a “School for Chemical Warfare.”
During World War II, Bayer – as part of the now defunct conglomerate IG Farben – produced all of Nazi Germany’s explosives and used more than 83,000 forced laborers and concentration camp inmates in its factories. They also financed torture in concentration camps and manufactured the infamous Zyklon B, a cyanide-based pesticide that claimed the lives of over a million people in the gas chambers of Auschwitz and Majdanek. Bayer has since resumed production of Zyklon B.
Bayer, in the years since, has also been responsible for a slew of crimes including dumping toxic waste in Nepal, dumping acid in the North Sea, abusing workers, intentionally creating antibiotic-resistant bacteria, and financing human experimentation.
More recently, Bayer went to court after 24 children in a remote Andean village were killed and 18 more severely poisoned when they drank a powdered milk substitute that was actually methyl parathion – a Bayer pesticide. The white powder that resembles powdered milk and has no strong chemical odor was packaged in small plastic bags that provide no protection to users and give no indication of the danger of the product within. The bags were labeled in Spanish only, and carried drawings of healthy carrots and potatoes but no images indicating danger or toxicity.
15. Rio Tinto
Though not a household name in the U.S., Rio Tinto is one of the world’s largest mining companies and one of the most notorious corporations for human rights violations and other crimes. From its founding, Rio Tinto has exploited and mistreated its workers. During the Spanish civil war, for example, Rio Tinto applauded then Dictator Francisco Franco’s forces for assassinating their more “radical” (i.e. unionized) workers.
Source : thetrueactivist