"What does this have to do with Fox News, Glenn Beck and the Koch family?" I asked
"Yes, well Glenn Beck works for Rupert Murdoch and Rupert Murdoch and the Koch brothers fund the Tea Party Movement in the U.S.. You must ask about the background of this powerful media mogul, Rupert and the Koch Brothers. The Kochs worked with Hitler's American agent William Rhodes Davis, who repeatedly tauted his relationship to Cecil Rhodes, founder of the DeBeers Diamond mines and Jefferson Davis the President of the slave-holding Confederacy in America. Now are you seeing the connection? William Rhodes Davis is the father of recalled California governor Gray Davis who was replaced by Austrian born, Arnold Schwartzenegger, a Republican and married to the granddaughter of recalled British Ambassador, Joseph P Kennedy. Cecil Rhodes was a close associate of the Rothschilds in London. But back to Rupert Murdoch.
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model used as Glacier Metals which Brown's
management insights promised to improve.
"Tavistock's Elliot Jaques would argue that within the capitalist system there was stratification of workers based on their ability to conduct increasingly complex and longer and longer tasks. At the bottom of the caste were those who could do simple assignments that required little ability. Sweeping and mopping comes to mind. Above them were those able to do more complex projects, like fit Henry Ford's bumpers onto metal bumper hangers. Then there were those who were able to oversee a few dozen bumper hangers. Then there were those able to see the bigger picture and order the new bumper for next years' production and run the whole automobile plant. At the top of the heap were those able to see the very big picture...twenty years out into the future. These were inevitably the same people who had a big bank account, usually inherited....well, like the Saxe-Gotha family or the Rothschilds or the Murdochs. You see a pattern here?"
"Most realistic capitalists will tell you that in their world nobody sees twenty years into the future. The myth supports the desired conclusions so there you have the connections of Murdoch to the Kochs and to Freud and to the power elites using Freud's mind control methods. That their group in the US carries the name 'Tea Party' is quite laughable," said Dr. Komski. "Jaques assumed that the top of the pyramid had the corner on vision and he and Lord W. Duncan Brown called the pyramidal model the 'requisite organization'. That is comforting to monarchists....that they are required above all else. Of course Oliver Cromwell didn't think so and lopped off the king's head as did the French with their king. That's what George Washington would have done, too, but unlike Cromwell, Washington was surrounded by guys like Jefferson, Franklin and others who didn't accept the British requisite model and did quite nicely in the New World that is quickly becoming the Old World. Jacques was a dutiful Canadian, a British subject, who lacked the wit of the Canadian artist, Robert Bateman, who commissioned by the Canadian government to paint a picture as a wedding gift for Prince Charles and Princess Diana, titled it 'Aquatic Birds'. It was two loons, but without the ears and jewelry " said Dr. Komski smiling.
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and Glenn Beck,
Fox New's Rupert Murdoch
I explained that all that was a long time ago. "Could you be wrong about all this?" I asked.
"Could I be? Yes. But I am not. And of course you have simply to look at President George Herbert Walker's daughter, Doto Bush Koch, to see the connection. Her husband is head of the Wine Institute that lobbies for American wines like those produced by Baron Phillipe Rothschild and Robert Mondovi in Napa Valley called Opus One. Could I be wrong? Yes. Am I wrong? No. Sadly I am not," said Dr. Komski.
For a view of Ray Iott, Ohio Tea Party Congressional candidate with an interest in a Wiking SS reenactment group, called Wiking, that appears to have a revisionist history bias that further supports this story, see The Atlantic....http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2010/10/why-is-this-gop-house-candidate-dressed-as-a-nazi/64319/