Rediscovered and posted for archival purposes. The original still exists- http://prorev.com/bush2.htm
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In the late 19th Century, Samuel Bush moved to Ohio from Orange,
New Jersey, where he had attended the nearby Stevens Institute
of Technology in Hoboken. He made the first big move in his manufacturing
career as an engineer with Buckeye Steel Castings Company, which
produced gun barrels and railroad parts. Samuel Bush became a
confidante of the company’s president, Frank Rockefeller, a brother
of the enormously wealthy and powerful John D. Rockefeller, who
owned Standard Oil. Another participant in Buckeye Steel was
railroad baron E.H. Harriman. . .
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Samuel Bush took over from Frank Rockefeller as president of
the company in 1908, and held that job for the next 20 years.
. . Samuel Bush’s Buckeye Steel made the gun barrels for Remington.
. . During World War I, Remington supplied 67 percent of all
the weapons and ammunition used by the Allied forces.
Samuel’s son, Prescott Bush, served as
an artillery liaison officer with the French forces during the
war and wrote back home about his heroic exploits in letters
that were published. But the exploits proved to be fabricated,
forcing Prescott to apologize. But that didn’t deter him – or
dim his career prospects. . . Continue reading Looking behind the Bushes – Great moments in a great American family
US billionaire philanthropist David Rockefeller dies at 101
“While it is impossible to imagine the University without David, he will live on in every scientific advance and breakthrough made in University laboratories”
“Under his leadership, Chase was the first US bank to open offices in the Soviet Union and China.
In 1974, it was the first to open an office in Egypt after the Suez crisis of 1956.
He was also behind the project that led to the World Trade Center in New York City.
Mr Rockefeller retired in 1981 aged 65
Former President George HW Bush and his wife, Barbara, released a statement saying they were “deeply saddened” by the passing of their “wonderful friend”
He had six children – David Jr, Richard, Abby, Neva, Margaret and Eileen – with his wife Margaret (nee McGrath). She died in 1996.”
See Also: 5 Reasons Billionaire David Rockefeller Won’t Be Missed
Note: This great philanthropist, did not fund the hemp plant as an alternative to OIL for plastics, drugs, energy. He did not explore natural means to boost immunity, he did not explore how to inform the public about the nature of the deceit of debt based money. As an economist did he inform US presidents of the deceit of central banks? He did not fund the potential exponential gains in solar technology that could have followed the same trajectory as the microprocessor.
In short you could assert that technologies/information that empowered humanity are rejected, ignored by this philanthropist.
What are these globalist getting excited about now? Gene editing and manipulation. Permanent change in the gene pool.