James Corbett’s mini-documentary, How Big Oil Conquered The World, reviews the history of JD Rockefeller and his family, including David Rockefeller. JD’s credo was that “competition is a sin”, and this documentary shows how the destruction of competition actually was accomplished – not just in the oil industry – but everywhere Rockefeller money was invested. That includes education, health care, banking, and even the food supply. The goal is to monopolize everything, including life itself.
Greece’s commissioner for the EU on immigration, has boasted that the EU bloc has the “tools, the means, and the power” to force EU member states to accept Islamic migrants. He said this during a visit to Poland, which currently refuses to accept economic migrants. The Commission, consisting of unelected ‘administrators’, has threatened to fine member states $270,000 for every migrant they refuse.
Sweden’s government reported that fewer than one in five foreign rapists were deported for their crimes between 2010 to 2014, and the deportations for child rape were even lower at a rate of 13%. These astounding statistics speak louder than words about who really controls the Swedish government. As in most so-called democracies, it obviously is not the voters.
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus said that Europe has not kept its promises on the migrant deal and, therefore, the agreement is ended, and Turkey is threatening to unleash two-million migrants on Europe. This would be a self-punishing move on the part of the Turks inasmuch as the Dutch invest $22 billion per year in Turkey and are Turkey’s 10th largest importer. Invasion by immigration would guarantee a backlash in Europe and a recession in Turkey.
The Netherlands has banned rallies by Turks living there who are conducting political campaigns for an election in Turkey. There are 5.5-million Turks living in Europe, and many of them are allowed to vote in their homeland elections. Consequently, Turkish President Erdogan has been sending his agents abroad to garner those votes – but the Dutch want no part of it. Leaders in The Netherlands are worried that Turkish voters in their country, who are divided on support for Erdogan, will clash with each other and cast an unfavorable light on immigration. In response to the ban on Turkish political rallies in Holland, the Turkish government has threatened the Dutch government with sanctions and has theorized that The Netherlands army of 48,000 soldiers could not prevail against 400,000 Turkish immigrants.
Groups that organized last week’s ‘Day Without A Woman’ march in Washington, DC were given $246 million by George Soros. These are the same groups that marched against President Trump on his inauguration day. Critics believe that Soros is using women against Trump to build support for his one world government and point out that the march failed to address severe oppression of women internationally in places such as Saudi Arabia.
Dimitris Avramopoulos, the EU’s Commissioner for Migration, has publicly called for the admittance of 6-million more immigrants into Europe. He recommends establishing offices in all the countries of the southern coast of the Mediterranean and West Africa to oversee the ‘legal’ immigration that will screen out nationalists and populists. He also lied when he said that all but one Islamic terror attack was committed by a refugee.
The American Civil Liberties Union is moving away from legal advocacy to organizing and training revolutionary protest groups called People Power. Soros’ Open Society Institute has given the ACLU over $35 million and millions more to other leftist organizations to file lawsuits against the policies of President Trump. This is part of Soros’ strategy to “reshape the American justice system” which includes funding leftist district attorneys in political races across the country.
The victory of Marine Le Pen spells doom for the EU and the soft-coup over France by immigrants. The European Parliament voted to lift the immunity from prosecution for Le Pen for tweeting graphic images of executions by ISIS. She tweeted the photos in 2015, after a journalist compared her party to ISIS, in an effort to show the difference between her nationalist political party and the extreme violence of ISIS terrorists. If she is prosecuted and convicted, she could face up to 3 years in prison and a fine of more than $100,000.