Still, with all that power, David Rockefeller did acknowledge that:
It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government.
Back then we had no internet to bring our own lights of publicity. Now it is possible to march away from that "supranational sovereignty of world bankers" and we must to have any hope of world peace.
The world is marching away from a unipolar world order dedicated to rule by multinational corporations, and we must march away as well. Just by trusting ourselves to instinct when we are asked to swallow another "black is white" media absurdity, such as the though secret agreements like the TPP that essentially surrenders national sovereignty to multinationals is constitutional, we can go a long way. Just by avoiding the airwaves, or regarding everything you hear and see with the skepticism you would give an abusive and hateful pathological liar, we can go a long way. We now know exactly how we have been controlled and it reaches the highest levels of power imaginable.
1) Here's the media arm of the American Israeli Political Action Committee, or AIPAC lobby, controlling both the "left" and right" on your television set: News Corp. President Peter Chernin, Paramount Pictures Chairman Brad Grey, Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Robert Iger, Sony Pictures Chairman Michael Lynton, Warner Bros. Chairman Barry Meyer, CBS Corp. Chief Executive Leslie Moonves, MGM Chairman Harry Sloan, NBC Universal Chief Executive Jeff Zucker. Then you had the print media, particularly the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Washington Post. These were assets in play fromlong before, since the advent of Operation Mockingbird and the CIA infiltration of the US media to plant cover stories, conduct PSYOPS.
2) To be itemized and expanded upon in update.
3) Seligman, M.E.P., Maier, S.F. (1967). "Failure to escape traumatic shock". Journal of Experimental Psychology, 74(1), 1-9.