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Old 1st February 2007, 07:43 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by ktesibios View Post
...if you Google "Nick Rockefeller", you come up with multiple pages of conspiracist cybermetastasis of Russo's claim.
Very true. There is NO evidence that the Nick Rockefeller Russo refers to is a member of the John D. Rockefeller family.
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Old 1st February 2007, 08:12 PM   #42
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The only question worth asking on this is...

Which one is lieing? Paul Watson (likely)? Russo (very likely)? Nick Rockefeller (possible, but likely not)?

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Old 1st February 2007, 08:43 PM   #43
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I had one of my cats microchipped last week, but I would never, ever microchop one of my cats.
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Old 2nd February 2007, 07:36 AM   #44
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Originally Posted by WildCat View Post
I had one of my cats microchipped last week, but I would never, ever microchop one of my cats.
But you wouldn't want them to have kittens.

We had our new cat microchopped a couple months ago. They took her little cat ovaries and now she doesn't pee on the bed anymore.
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Old 6th August 2008, 02:03 AM   #45
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http://www.nicholasrockefeller.net/

Got this... Looks like Nick Rockefeller IS on the CFR and from what I can tell, IS in the John D. Rockefeller family.
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Old 6th August 2008, 02:11 AM   #46
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Originally Posted by Firestone View Post
And can he just do it? Is this covered by free speech, or can Nick Rockefeller sue him for this? (Theoretically speaking, I guess that Rockefeller will not sue a nobody like Russo.)
My understanding is that you can't sue dead people - certainly that's how it is in the UK, don't know about elsewhere.
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Old 6th August 2008, 05:32 AM   #47
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Originally Posted by JonathanClement View Post
http://www.nicholasrockefeller.net/

Got this... Looks like Nick Rockefeller IS on the CFR and from what I can tell, IS in the John D. Rockefeller family.
Yeah... not that I'm saying that website isn't a reliable source of information or anything but... yeah...

Originally Posted by Whois lookup
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2828 Cochran St.
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Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: NICHOLASROCKEFELLER.NET
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Interestingly enough, this is also the registration info for www.nicholasrockefeller.org which is listed as "another" site on the .net.

However, they did in fact link to a NY Times article that confirms that yes, Nicholas is "a lawyer in California."

Anyone got a good CFR source for this threads glorious ressurrection?

Edit: Also, searching the CFR website gets 0 matches on that name. That is zero, as in "none." Anyone got confirmation on his membership besides some random website that some guy set up?
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Old 7th August 2008, 12:45 AM   #48
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Originally Posted by JonathanClement View Post
http://www.nicholasrockefeller.net/

Got this... Looks like Nick Rockefeller IS on the CFR and from what I can tell, IS in the John D. Rockefeller family.
I saw no evidence on that page that the person in question in a member of the John D. Rockefeller family. Anyone put a link to John D. Rockefeller on a website.
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Old 7th August 2008, 08:17 AM   #49
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Originally Posted by JonnyFive View Post
Yeah... not that I'm saying that website isn't a reliable source of information or anything but... yeah...



Interestingly enough, this is also the registration info for www.nicholasrockefeller.org which is listed as "another" site on the .net.

However, they did in fact link to a NY Times article that confirms that yes, Nicholas is "a lawyer in California."

Anyone got a good CFR source for this threads glorious ressurrection?

Edit: Also, searching the CFR website gets 0 matches on that name. That is zero, as in "none." Anyone got confirmation on his membership besides some random website that some guy set up?
Funny, that site went up less than a few months after the late Russo's PP article.
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Old 7th August 2008, 12:10 PM   #50
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Did Rockerfeller hire Jarvis Twitch, aka "The Mad Hatter" to design his mind control chips?
IF so, someone tell Batman, for Heaven's sake.
At times I really think CTers take a LOT of their theories from Comic Books.
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Old 7th August 2008, 01:42 PM   #51
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Not mind controll. "Tracking chips".
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Old 7th August 2008, 08:44 PM   #52
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Nick Rockefeller? I thought it was Julian Rockefeller that wanted to microchop everybody.
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Old 8th August 2008, 02:52 AM   #53
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So we cannot actually discredit Russo with this? I suppose we'll just have to hope he was crazy or lying.
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Old 8th August 2008, 03:02 AM   #54
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"it allowed them to get children in school at an earlier age, enabling them to be indoctrinated into accepting the state as the primary family, breaking up the traditional family model."

I've got to admit that does make some sense. Maybe I just hate my parents.
Can't say that I love the state though.
Nor do most people.

I suppose they are talking about nursery school. Who could afford that?

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Old 8th August 2008, 07:21 AM   #55
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Originally Posted by albie View Post
So we cannot actually discredit Russo with this? I suppose we'll just have to hope he was crazy or lying.
Other than the fact that no evidence seems to exist to verify what he says, and all the "evidence" shown seems to lead in a circle back to various non-authorities, and the fact that nobody can even verify that Nicholas Rockefeller is even who Russo says he is...

No, other than those things I guess we can't discredit Russo. Like, Russo hasn't actually said "yeah, all that stuff I said was a load of crap."

Still, he's pretty much batting 0.000 here.

Well, maybe 0.010 since there does seem to actually be a "Nicholas Rockefeller" somewhere out there.
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Old 8th August 2008, 07:23 AM   #56
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"it allowed them to get children in school at an earlier age, enabling them to be indoctrinated into accepting the state as the primary family, breaking up the traditional family model."

I've got to admit that does make some sense. Maybe I just hate my parents.
Eh? I don't recall any of my schooling being designed to indoctrinate me into accepting the state as anything.
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Old 8th August 2008, 10:56 AM   #57
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Originally Posted by stateofgrace View Post
And what,exactly,is wrong with microchip implants?

Ehhh, only if you like ultra-gorgeous females with huge lips, long blonde hair, and magnificent, curvy hips who are physically strong enough to throw you around and do what they want with you.


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I do note the CT nature of this with the "population reduction" issue. Anybody power-hungry person knows you need to grow your population to keep ahead of the neighboring rulers. That's part of Evil Mastermind 101.

That free society economics supports growing a population over the long-term faddish prudery with respect to it really relegates this thought to full-blown woo-woo-ism, both from the CT aspect of it, and the eco-nut aspect of it.
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I do note the CT nature of this with the "population reduction" issue. Anybody power-hungry person knows you need to grow your population to keep ahead of the neighboring rulers. That's part of Evil Mastermind 101.
To be fair, shrinking your neighbouring populations would work just as well. Which is presumably why we see the populations of rivals like China and India shrinking so quickly that they are well on their way to becoming the least populous countries in the world. Or something.
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There's a setting for "microchop" on my Cuisinart, right next to "frappe". I must have gotten one of the NWO models.
My microwave has a button on it labelled "Chaos defrost". Honestly.

I'm too frightened to press it.
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Isn't that a serious problem, having RFID chips in money?

I know counterfeiting is a b*tch, but I don't think it's right for the government to be able to track every single dollar moving throughout the country. Why does the government need to know this?


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Old 17th August 2008, 12:09 PM   #61
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They can't--an RFID chip doesn't do that. All it does is verify that the bill is genuine.
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Originally Posted by INRM View Post
Isn't that a serious problem, having RFID chips in money?

I know counterfeiting is a b*tch, but I don't think it's right for the government to be able to track every single dollar moving throughout the country. Why does the government need to know this?


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Alex? Alex? Is that you?

That's Prison Planet type gold, that is. RFID can be active or passive. To actively track every bill in circulation would probably cost more than those bills are worth.

"Yeah, that's why I don't use government issued currency, loyal listeners. I trade in pookah shells."
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Originally Posted by Foolmewunz View Post
Alex? Alex? Is that you?
"Yeah, that's why I don't use government issued currency, loyal listeners. I trade in pookah shells."
Feh. Real paranoids keep their assets in Flainian Pobble Beads.
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Originally Posted by INRM View Post
Isn't that a serious problem, having RFID chips in money?

I know counterfeiting is a b*tch, but I don't think it's right for the government to be able to track every single dollar moving throughout the country. Why does the government need to know this?


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I know like three people beat me to it, but RFID chips don't work like that. An active RFID chip requires a power supply to actively transmit, and even so would be limited in range. A long-range transmitter of the type needed to track someone would require a power supply and antenna a bit larger than would conventionally fit into, say, a dollar bill.

The RFID chips being discussed are similar to those you might find a in DVD movie in a store. It will respond to a particular signal within a very short range to allow for bill verification. Any claims of global RFID tracking networks are pure hooey - it simply isn't physically possible with a device that small.

I suppose you could develop an immense network of passive RFID reading stations. You'd need one every thirty feet or so in order to read the RFID tags, and you'd need a way to uniquely identify and track every single piece of money in circulation.

Did I mention that a moderately strong magnet will fry the RFID circuit?
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Feh. Real paranoids keep their assets in Flainian Pobble Beads.
That lightweight junk? you should do what I do, I have all my assets in these.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rai_stones
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Of course Aaron Russo, being in the film industry should know that recording something on film could be used as evidence.
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Of course Aaron Russo, being in the film industry should know that recording something on film could be used as evidence.
The government microwave death rays destroyed all his film, I'm sure.
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