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Sins of the century: How J.P. Morgan J.D.Rockefeller and H.Ford blocked Nikola Tesla’s ideas for better world

“Let the future tell the truth, and evaluate each one according to his work and accomplishments. The present is theirs; the future, for which I have really worked, is mine.” (N. Tesla)

Current world’s crises is mostly spinning around following issues: high oil prices, food shortage, environmental issues, earthquakes on financial markets, huge difference between developed and underdeveloped countries…They are very much connected but where are the roots? Would it be possible to have different world as we have it now? 

It’s hypothetical, but less greed at the beginning of 20th century would tremendously change the part of our civilisation. All needed tools were there but in the name of personal power and prestige they were cut for world citizens. The sins and the sinners, how ironically, are the same as 100 years ago.

It was Nikola Tesla, who invented alternating curent electric power and electrified the world. But he invented so much more. He was one of greatest scientist of our millennium. My father gave me his biography at my early age. It was him why i studied electronics in high school. Briliance of his mind, ideas beyond our time, mysticism, x-rays, photographing thoughts, resonanting planeth Earth, vedic philosophy, friendship with Mark Twain…

He was from ex-Yugoslavia, where i lived so I knew him as national hero, but he was much less known worldwide. I’ve read about him a lot, watched movies, but every time he inspires me the same and i am amazed with his vision and work. I recommend every one to dive into his tremendous work and ideas. For me he is The most enigmatic and the most brilliant mind of past century.

I’ve read lately another book of him;  Tesla: Man out of time  by Margareth Cheney. Very good portrait of Tesla as scientist and person but more than that. It’s overview of industrial revolution, centres of power and newborn elite. Its a pity to read how such a great mind depended so much of funds of J.P. Morgan and elite which still rule the world. And how the same elite blocked inventions which would dramatically change the world and eliminate factors which dictate current world’s crises.

The sins:

With free wireless electricity  (employing Eart’s own resonance) divide between developed and underdeveloped countries would be much smaller;  but which banker would invest money to give electricity to people for free – Morgan withdrew his investment

  • When the great truth accidentally revealed and experimentally confirmed is fully recognized, that this planet, with all its appalling immensity, is to electric currents virtually no more than a small metal ball and that by this fact many possibilities, each baffling imagination and of incalculable consequence, are rendered absolutely sure of accomplishment; when the first plant is inaugurated and it is shown that a telegraphic message, almost as secret and non-interferable as a thought, can be transmitted to any terrestrial distance, the sound of the human voice, with all its intonations and inflections, faithfully and instantly reproduced at any other point of the globe, the energy of a waterfall made available for supplying light, heat or motive power, anywhere — on sea, or land, or high in the air — humanity will be like an ant heap stirred up with a stick: See the excitement coming!
    • “The Transmission of Electric Energy Without Wires” in Electrical World and Engineer (5 March 1904)
  • No oil crises due to environmentally clean electric car–> no environmental issues, no wars in the    name of oil, no need for bio-fuel so smaller food shortage

    With the discovery of electricity, everybody expected that all cars would be electric and run on rechargeable batteries. Tesla had gone one better and actually produced a working automobile that ran on electricity taken from the surrounding ether like an antenna picks up radio waves. This would revolutionize travel just like his AC induction motor had revolutionized the industrial world.

    Maybe new  Tesla roadster will bring some change in opinion, powered by mobile phone batteries …

    The sinners:

    Morgan, Rockefeller and Ford had to sabotage his idea at all costs….No air polluting gasoline engine meant no oil monopoly for Rockefeller and the Standard Oil Co. No oil monopoly meant no excuse for Rockefeller to own the U.S. government, and no excuse to be involved in foreign countries . . .

    Bulbous nosed baboon J.P. Morgan (1837-1913), was the chief enemy of Tesla’s AC system; his wireless transmission system and his electric car.

    J. D. Rockefeller (1838-1937) was the founder of the Standard Oil Co. His killing of the electric car allowed Standard Oil to amass a vast fortune which is still pouring into Rockefeller controlled companies to this very day.

    Henry Ford (1863-1947) is credited with mass producing the noisy air polluting gasoline engine. By 1932, Ford controlled over 1/3 of gasoline engine production worldwide. He was very familiar with electricity because he worked for George Westinghouse and Thomas Edison. Hitler admired Ford so much that he kept Ford’s picture in his office. Many of the trucks used by the Nazis during WWII were built by the Ford German and French subsidiaries.


    ‘Nikola Tesla invented the 20th and 21st Century. A ‘discoverer of new principles,’ Tesla was the sole inventor of the alternating poly-phase current generators that light up every town in the world today. He was the original inventor of the radio, and placed his ideas in print and demonstrated them before the public 5 years before Marconi. By the turn of the century, he had discussed the feasibility of television; he created an atom smasher capable of evaporating rubies and diamonds; he built wireless neon lamps that gave off more light than today’s conventional bulbs provide; he built precursors to the electron microscope, the laser and X-ray photographs. He sent his shadowgraphs to the discoverer of X-rays in 1895 as soon a Roentgen published his famous pictures. Tesla also created Kirlian-like photographs 75 years before they became famous. All of this took place before 1900!’


    That’s verified in the Congressional Record for 1917, which reported that “…the J.P. Morgan [banking] interests…. and their subsidiary organizations got together 12 men high up in the newspaper world and employed them to select the most influential newspapers in the United States and sufficient number of them to control generally the policy of the daily press of the US…. They found it was only necessary to purchase the control of 25 of the greatest papers. …an editor was furnished for each paper to properly supervise and edit information….”[9]

    Woodrow Wilson was elected President in 1913, beating incumbent William Howard Taft, who had vowed to veto legislation establishing a central bank. To divide the Republican vote and elect the relatively unknown Wilson, J.P. Morgan and Co. poured money into the candidacy of Teddy Roosevelt and his Progressive Party.

    The Council on Foreign Relations was incorporated as the American branch in New York on July 29, 1921. Founding members included Colonel House, and “…such potentates of international banking as J.P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, Paul Warburg, Otto Kahn, and Jacob Schiff…the same clique which had engineered the establishment of the Federal Reserve System,” according to Gary Allen in the October 1972 issue of “AMERICAN OPINION.”

    The founding president of the CFR was John W. Davis, J.P. Morgan’s personal attorney, while the vice-president was Paul Cravath, also representing the Morgan interests. Professor Carroll Quigley characterized the CFRas “…a front group for J.P. Morgan and Company in association with the very small American Round Table Group.” Over time Morgan influence was lost to the Rockefellers, who found that one world government fit their philosophy of business well. As John D. Rockefeller, Sr. had said: “Competition is a sin,” and global monopoly fit their needs as they grew internationally.


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    7. Until I heard Nicolai Tesla’s name on a local radio talk show and heard what a truly remarkable man he was—probably the world’s greatest inventor—and how his brilliant ideas were sabatoged by the greediness and selfishness of J.P. Morgan, J.D. Rockefeller and Henry Ford, I had never heard of Tesla! I was also surprised to learn that Thomas Edison was too stubborn to acknowledge Tesla’s dicovery of AC currents which led later on to Tesla’s invention of the electric car in 1931! Morgan, Rockefeller & Ford were against the electric car because their ties to the oil industry would dry up THEIR money! Right now, we would not be at the mercy of oil-rich terrorists if Tesla’s invention had been allowed to be mass-produced!

      Comment by Helen Reade Curl | May 15, 2010 | Reply

    8. Interestingly enough, you can only hold back the river for so long. Albeit Tesla’s work was ahead of his time, we now have the knowledge to build on his work and complete process both politically and economically. The seeds have been planted, and so now blossoms a new drive for economic development and technological advancement the likes which can’t be held back anylonger. Thank you for posting this information…it is inspiring!

      Comment by Toliasc | November 22, 2010 | Reply

    9. Everybody has to know the big company’s,politicians they don’t care about us just they care about his own interest they want the normal civilians suffer, pay more than should pay, destroy the resorces, etc.We have to wake up !!!!!!!Excellent information,thanks!!!!

      Comment by Ankek | June 19, 2011 | Reply

    10. Yes, yes , he was a great inventor, but let’s be real about those early autos. They were only good to compete with horse buggys. The invention of solid state controls and better batteries now are giving things a second chance. No one needed to discourage the electric auto 100 years ago, it just was not very good.

      Comment by phil | July 21, 2013 | Reply

    11. Henry Ford never, ever worked for Thomas Edison or George Westinghouse. To even think that shows a lack of knowledge about the history of American Industry. Any electric car Tesla might have invented would have been seriously limited in power, range, and not very practical seeing how at that time only a small portion of the US was wired for electricity (no way to charge the batteries) Well, maybe with a gas powered electric generator. LOL . .

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    12. So true, thank you for sharing this information.

      Comment by Regina Regina Walsh | August 3, 2017 | Reply

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