Aaron Russo-Death Be Not Proud

The late, great Aaron Russo

Aaron Russo “Mad As Hell”

Aaron Russo….do you know this name?  Does it mean anything to you?  Does his name ring a bell?  For a very few of you, the answer will be yes, for most of you, the answer will be no.

This man was. as we like to say, a hero and a  “Godsend”.   Born on Feb. 14, 1943, Aaron grew up in a very tough neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York.  In his early twenties, he opened up a night club in Chicago called the Electric Theater.  He changed the name to the Kinetic Playground and booked numerous prominent rock groups including The Grateful Dead, Iron Butterfly, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, Led Zepplin and the Who.

Within a few years, he found himself managing Bette Midler and the Manhattan Transfer.  Next stop, Hollywood, where he became an extremely successful movie producer giving us “Trading Places”, “Wise Guys” and “The Rose”.  Aaron Russo became a millionaire from these various endeavors and had it stopped there, he would just be the subject of a six second memorial slide presentation at the end of the Oscars in 2008.  But somewhere in his travels through the upper echelon circles that opened up to him, Aaron bumped shoulders with a fellow named Nick Rockefeller.

Aaron Russo and Nick Rockefeller

Aaron Russo and Nick Rockefeller

Over time, there has been much debate about Nicholas Rockefeller, a California attorney. Critics have claimed that Nick was just an invention of Russo’s fertile imagination.   These critics are the ones with fertile imaginations.  Nick Rockefeller is very, very real.   Here are some links to reassure yourself:

http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=759648&privcapId=21813173&previousCapId=52612471&previousTitle=CSIP%20Group

http://www.nytimes.com/1999/08/03/business/international-business-asian-luxury-hotel-is-near-a-rare-sale.html

The elite are always on the prowl, looking for talent to either wittingly or unwittingly help them push their ball further up the field toward the ultimate goal of total enslavement and control of the human race.  So it was when Nick started whispering in Russo’s ear.  Nick Rockefeller invited Russo to join the CFR.  That is some serious wooing.

When Russo refused to join in on the elite reindeer games, Rockefeller coldly questioned why Russo cared about the serfs.  “I used to say to him what’s the point of all this,” stated Russo, “you have all the money in the world you need, you have all the power you need, what’s the point, what’s the end goal?” to which Rockefeller replied (paraphrasing), “The end goal is to get everybody chipped, to control the whole society, to have the bankers and the elite people control the world.”

Eleven months before the now infamous destruction of the Twin Towers on Setember 11th, 2001, Nick had told Russo about an impending “big event” that was going to facilitate the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan.  Most likely, this was done to win Aaron’s trust and to make him feel like a chosen one, an “insider”.  Instead, it activated Russo’s inherent disgust for bullies and galvanized him into becoming a whistle blower and political activist.

According to Nick, eventually, all financial transactions will take place through this chip.  In the future, the very, very near future, they won’t have to snuff whistleblowers and truth tellers, they’ll simply disable your chip so that you can’t buy so much as a loaf of bread….a loaf of Monsanto Frankenbread…not even that.

It was recently announced that “cashless banking” is being tested in Nigeria.  All citizens are to be issued a “multipurpose” biometric national identity smart card.  Perhaps we should remain extra vigilant with respect to any future legislation calling for a national I.D. card or biometric smart card, because having one isn’t really so smart at all.

Cashless Society

Today, on the anniversary of Aaron’s death, we won’t go into the rumors that he was snuffed by the CIA.  We will just remember Aaron with love and gratitude.  It might be a good day to listen to him, so here is Aaron Russo’s final interview:

R.I.P. Aaron....and thank you

R.I.P. Aaron….and thank you

 

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