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The Men Who Built America: The Shadow Government From Birth to Current Events (Video)

Sunday, November 6, 2016 16:02
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As I watched this series the other night, I realized nothing under the sun had changed, this same Oligarchy are still in control.

History repeats.

Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, J.P. Morgan and Henry Ford are names synonymous with innovation and big business in America.

They all built empires and created advances in technology.

They helped shape the country in its early days by doing things such as developing the models for modern railroads, creating the modern financial system and making cars accessible to the masses.

The men came from meager beginnings to build their respective empires, which helped formulate the concept of the American Dream.

This series profiles the lives of these early visionaries and includes perspectives from such modern business icons as Donald Trump, Mark Cuban, Alan Greenspan, T. Boone Pickens and Jack Welch.

Pay special attention to their government manipulation and how they actually appoint the President of The United States, this clip of history is the missing link that you were never taught in school.

This is a real look at the Shadow Government and how the political system in America really works. Also, note how they have always used the Media and Propaganda to control the masses.

“The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun.”  Ecclesiastes 1:9
 

The Men Who Built America

Episode 1 A New War Begins

Cornelius Vanderbilt grows from a steamboat entrepreneur to the head of a railroad empire, and gets into a heated rivalry with Jim Fisk and Jay Gould; the up and coming John D. Rockefeller founds Standard Oil and starts to expand his wealth by diverting his business from the railroads to a new innovation, oil pipelines.

Episode 2 Bloody Battles

Andrew Carnegie builds an empire around steel, but finds himself struggling to save face after the ruthless tactics of his business partner, Henry Frick, result in both the Johnstown Flood as well as the bloody 1892 strike at the Homestead Steel Works.

Episode 3 Changing the Game

J.P. Morgan proceeds to banish the dark with the direct current electric light of Thomas Edison, but the two soon face serious competition from the alternating current of George Westinghouse and Nikola Tesla.

As the 19th century comes to a close, the titans of industry must try to work together to stop a new threat in budding politician William Jennings Bryan, who threatens to dissolve monopolies in America.

Episode 4 When One Ends Another Begins

Rockefeller, Carnegie and Morgan team up to help elect William McKinley to the U.S. presidency by paying for his 1896 campaign, to avoid a possible attack on monopolies.

However, fate intervenes when McKinley is suddenly assassinated, and vice president Theodore Roosevelt assumes the presidency and promptly begins dissolving monopolies and trusts in America.

Meanwhile, Morgan buys out Carnegie Steel to make Carnegie the richest man in the world, and Henry Ford designs an affordable automobile with his Model T and starts his own business, Ford Motor Company, which sets a new business model for companies to follow.

Episode 5

The series focuses on Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, J. P. Morgan and Henry Ford and how their industrial innovations and business empires revolutionized modern society.

 

Episode 6

 The series focuses on Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, J. P. Morgan and Henry Ford and how their industrial innovations and business empires revolutionized modern society.

How they monopolize industry and further empower themselves. Look around you today, can you see any similarities?

 

Episode 7

 The series focuses on Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, J. P. Morgan and Henry Ford and how their industrial innovations and business empires revolutionized modern society. 

Episode 8

As Rockefeller faces the court system he asked, what do you want from me, just tell me. He has never met a man he couldn’t buy.

The series focuses on Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, J. P. Morgan and Henry Ford and how their industrial innovations and business empires revolutionized modern society and shape our policital system forever.

The series is directed by Patrick Reams and Ruán Magan and is narrated by Campbell Scott. It averaged 2.6 million total viewers, 1.2 million Adults 25–54 and 1 million Adults 18–49 across 4 nights.

Check out more contributions by Jeffery Pritchett ranging from UFO to Bigfoot to Paranormal to Prophecy

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  • the most ruthless and unamerican men ever. stealing, lying, cheating to eliminate competition and private ownership.

  • There are so many dirty little secrets omitted from these videos !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    What about Levi Strauss or John Jacob Astor that went against these ruthless connivers. Or the plotted Titanic sinking with both Strauss and Astor aboard who were against creating the Federal Reserve !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Or J P Morgan being a Rothschild front man.

    Or Prohibition deliberately created because Rockefellar did not want Ford cars running on alcohol as Ford created the engines to run on farmer created alcohol or Rockefellar gasoline !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Or Rockefellar creating the American Medical Association to control health care hiding all the cures and creating a dependence on medicine. Buying government to make it illegal to grow hemp or marijuana.

    What about William Randolph Hearst, another tyrant that destroyed forests in mass instead of using hemp for paper.

    The greed and tyrannical stunts of these men have created the miserable oligarchy we now live in. They are not to be admired but rebuked for their self centered gains. There was no chivalry but immense ego in every turn.

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