Friday, 13 December 2019

Rockefeller: Controlling the Game

 Jacob Nordangård has written a new book that should interest anyone who is interested in the history behind Climate alarmism: 


Rockefeller: Controlling the Game
Ingemar Nordin, professor emiritus of Linköpings universitet writes:
"The same day as Greta Thunberg was appointed Person of the Year by Time Magazine, the English edition of Rockefeller – Controlling the Game was released." 
"In the book you can read, among other things, about the close links between Time Magazine and the Rockefeller family. Time-Life Building is part of the Rockefeller Center and Time-Life founder Henry Luce was included in one of the panels for the Rockefeller Brothers Fund’s ”Special Studies Project” in the 50s (in this very ambitious report, led by Henry Kissinger, the seed was sown to make climate change to the most critical issue for humanity). 
"Svante Arrhenius’s disciple, meteorologist Carl-Gustaf Rossby, graced the cover of Time Magazine in 1956 and foretold a time to come. The book analyses the Rockefeller Family’s surprisingly important role in building up the climate issue internationally."
The whole presentation is here: http://www.klimatupplysningen.se/2019/12/12/rockefeller-controlling-game/ 

Yes, I have read the swedish edition a few months ago and I can garantee that it is a professional work with lots of details and an astonishing story.
Jacob has a PhD at Linköping university, and has worked as a senior lecturer in Linköping/Norrköping and in Stockholm. He is one of the CLINTEL signers from Sweden. 

1 comment:

  1. The '50s. Back when big oil saw an end to oil down the road, and "scientists" were seeing a population boom that was going to inundate the planet. Even then they realized that there were more profitable ways to use "fossil fuels" then burning it and wanted to find a way to save it for bigger bucks. They were never expecting to get to the day when people would spend $4 or more for a gallon of gasoline. Even though they now realize that crude is not from "fossils," the market for plastics, etc., is far more profitable than "watching the money burn up" in heating oil or other petroleum products.

    As for too many people? For their types, all they need is enough to make sure their every need is met, and any more than that is over population. Fastest way to reverse the population trend, then and now, is to cap reliable energy, and in so doing, cap food production. Let hypothermia reduce the population.

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