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The Evil of the Rockefellers

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Jean-Paul Udeh
History 102
Professor Brown
The Evil of the Rockefellers
When I think of the Rockefellers I think of the Koch brother’s today.
They’re no different that one another. Bother family aim to steer this nations
future in the direction that best suits their family’s interest. In my opinion, the
Rockefeller Family is one of the most evil families in American history. Beginning
with William Rockefeller, father of the John D. Rockefeller who founded
Standard Oil, a snake oil salesman, notorious womanizer and accused multiple
rapist, the Rockefeller family has been responsible for more serious crime than
any family in American history.
William’s grandson John D. Rockefeller Jr. was the key figure behind
monopolizing the American Medical establishment over 75 years ago. Using his
vast wealth and enormous political influence, he create the American Medical
Association (AMA), bribed every medical school, gained control over medical
licensing, and forced all medical doctors to practice allopathic medicine, the
slash, poison, and burn form of medicine, the patentable and most profitable
form of medicine. Of course, this form of medicine has never been very
effective, only expensive.
Not to mention that the current American school system took its root
from these people. In 1903, John D. Rockefeller founded the General Education
Board, which provided major funding for schools across the country and was

especially active in promoting the State-controlled public school movement. The
General Education Board was not interested in encouraging critical thinking.
Rather, its focus was on organizing children and creating reliable, predictable,
obedient citizens. These people saw schooling as a branch of industry and a
tool of governance. The Rockefellers, along with other financial elite and their
philanthropic organizations have been able to mold society by funding and
pushing required state schooling for the masses. Before school was really...

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