The article states:
The group scouted out Rockefeller's address and waited for him to exit, watched closely by security guards, before informing him of the fact that a citizen's grand jury was seeking his indictment for his involvement in 9/11. Rockefeller, stooped and shuffling like some evil hunchback cartoon character, did his best to ignore the group and enter a waiting car while his security pushed away the activists. Rudkowski made it clear to Rockefeller that "We know about your New World Order, we won't be silenced about it - national sovereignty will prevail - you guys will never have a New World Order." The group were then threatened by security and told to "Take your story some place else."
Okay, let's fix that statement.
The group stood on the corner, across the street from Rockefeller's home, wearing hoods with baseball hats under them. They were holding video cameras, wearing large backpacks, and videotaping the house and security guards outside; the guards who clearly see them videotaping the area.
So, after standing outside, for an unknown amount of hours, they finally see Rockefeller leaving his house. They immediately rush down the block, over to the security who were just waiting for them to do something. They have, what seems like at the least, 4 cameras between them. Rushing across the street, calling his name, they yell towards him about the citizens grand jury as he continues to get in his car. The "evil hunchback cartoon character," who's 91 years old I might add, does indeed look a bit frightened, and his security holds the boys back. After Rockefeller gets into his car, they start in on the New World Order accusations. I'm sure Rockefeller could barely hear them, but that didn't stop them from claiming a victory in successfully scaring him with their "knowledge."
The video and article also show that Rudkowski had a copy of Rockefeller's book, Memoirs, and was confronting him with some of his own words from the book.
For more than a century, ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as "internationalists" and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure - one world, if you will. If that's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.
So Rockefeller admits it all. Wonderful. But, am I the only one who sees a problem here? The reason we "conspiracy theorists" are not taken seriously by the media is because of things like this.
The man is 91 years old. if you were that age, trying to get to your car, and some kids with hoods on and video cameras came running up to your car, after standing outside your house for god knows how many hours, I'm sure you'd be scared as hell too. I doubt Rockefeller even HEARD half of what they said to him, he just wanted to get into his car before being attacked, I'm sure.
I went to a few of the 9-11 truth rallies in Manhattan that Alex Jones and Dylan Avery were at on the 5th anniversary, and some of the people there scared the hell out of me. They weren't people looking to expose the truth, they were a mob, practically foaming at the mouth, looking for someone to lynch.
Stop hunting people down and bombarding them with cameras and insinuations in the street. It changes nothing, and it only makes the rest of us look crazy. There are plenty of forums to give your opinion and help change things. There's no need to harass people or gather in large, loud groups, screaming to the heavens about Zionist conspiracies. A protest is one thing, an angry mob is another.
Give up on this religious conspiracy nonsense as well. The Jewish employees in the WTC were not all forewarned and told not to go into work that day. I'm sure theres plenty of people who may read this article, who probably know some people who were Jewish and were in one of those buildings that day. You are insulting everyone who lost loved ones that day by insinuating the Jewish people orchestrated it and saved their own people, just to further their plans based on some book, The Protocols of The Learned Elders of Zion, which has been proven many times to be Russian propaganda, and a fake.
The plane that hit WTC2 was not a missile with a hologram around it, and it did not fire a missile into the building before impact. The helicopters flying overhead were not dropping bombs on the buildings. Bush was not reading that book upside down and, to the general public, we do indeed all sound crazy. I'm not even going to comment on the "Reptilian Agenda" articles, because I don't think I'll be able to stop laughing long enough to type a coherent sentence.
Get over yourselves, thinking that calling into Hannity's radio show spouting "the truth," is going to garner any reaction other than him hanging up on you. If we actually want to get somewhere, and actually want to try and tell people what's really going on, we need a better venue.
Calling Bush "evil incarnate" and saying David Rockefeller is really Lucifer, will not change people's minds and make them say "Oh my god you're right, he really IS evil, and they really ARE trying to control us!" Theres enough evidence everywhere that can be shown, and everyone has their own way of paying attention and learning things, screaming at them is generally not one of those ways. Calling them "sheeple" is probably not the best way of getting their attention either.
Realize most people can't and won't disagree with a logical argument, and that the others just don't want to hear about it. They're happy thinking what it is they want to think, and they want to be left alone. Stop shouting to get them to listen, because you're only scaring away all the logical ones.
P.S. - Just because you have a blog, does not make you a "conspiracy-columnist." So don't expect anyone to take you any more seriously than Rosie O'Donnell; at least she has a T.V. show.