Book divulges 'shocking' and 'frightening' secrets about the Rockefellers

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John D. Rockefeller is considered to be the wealthiest American of all time, earning his immense fortune after gaining control of 90 percent of American oil production in the late 1800s. The oil industry tycoon and his family became a political and financial dynasty, and remain one of the most powerful families in the world today.

The Rockefeller File offers a critical look into the lives -- and secrets -- of the controversial family behind the colossal fortune. The shocking, true story was written by Gary Allen almost 30 years ago, yet still garners acclaim for being one of the most in-depth scrutinies of the House of Rockefeller.

As Lawrence P. McDonald, Member of Congress, writes in the book's introduction: "Enough books have been written about the Rockefellers to fill a library... And to my knowledge, not one has dared reveal the most vital part of the Rockefeller story: that the Rockefellers and their allies have, for at least fifty years, been carefully following a plan to use their economic power to gain political control of first America, and then the rest of the world."

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(Original Caption) The Rockefellers Arrive at Restoration Via Buggy. Tarrytown, New York: John D. Rockefeller waves greetings upon his arrival at Philipse Castle for the restoration ceremonies. The castle donated by the Rockefellers as a museum of historic note was built in 1683. Mrs. John D. Rockefeller is seen in the car with her husband. The car, an electric buggy is 35 years old.
Opening of Rainbow Room -- Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Voell Ceo Rockefeller center on right. Middle David Rockefellers. December 09, 1987. (Photo by David Rentas/New York Post Archives / (c) NYP Holdings, Inc. via Getty Images)
The Nelson Rockefellers. February 02, 1974. (Photo by Vernon Shibla/New York Post Archives / (c) NYP Holdings, Inc. via Getty Images)
John Davison Rockefeller (1839 - 1937, right), American industrialist and founder of the Standard Oil Company, with his son J D Rockefeller Jnr (1874 - 1960). Original Publication: People Disc - HK0156 (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
(Original Caption) 8/4/21-Roscoe, New York: An unusual photo of the Rockefeller family is this one made at Roscoe, N.Y. where the Rockefellers unusually spend part of the summer months. It shows three generations of the Rockefeller family. John D. Rockefeller, Sr., John D. Rockefeller, Jr. and the latter's children.
JUL 2 1964; Denverites Attend YWCA Luncheon For Mrs. Laurance S. Rockfeller At Denver Hilton; Mrs. James M. Robinson, Mrs. Will Pirkey and Mrs. Glenn Leonard, from left, are at Wednesday luncheon honoring the Denver visitor. Rockefellers are en route to national YWCA conference at Grand Teton National Park, Wyo.; (Photo By Cloyd Teter/The Denver Post via Getty Images)

Gary Allen, an American conservative journalist, discusses the family's abuse of great wealth and power, diving deep into the lives of the Rockefeller individuals and their allies.

In the second chapter, Allen cites John D.'s father, William, as a "bigamist, horse thief and child molester". He allegedly raped a 15-year-old girl, then deserted his wife and children to marry a 20-year-old.

"'The Rockefeller File' is not fiction. It is a compact, powerful and frightening presentation of what may be the most important story of our lifetime."

Circulating themes of wealth, power, government and socialism, the must-read gives an unconventional analysis that may change your perception on the Rockefellers and other families of similar status and backgrounds.

As McDonald concedes, "The picture that is revealed when The Rockefeller File is finally opened may shock you." Check out the book here.

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