1 John 2:16-17 "For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of theeyes, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world. And the worldpasseth away, and the lust thereof: but he that doeth the will of God abideth forever."
John D. Rockefeller
(1839-1937) laid claim to the title of being the "most ruthless American."He was a war profiteer during the Civil War selling unstamped Harkness liquor to Federal troopsat a high profit, gaining the initial capital to embark on his drive for monopoly in the oilbusiness.In 1870 Rockefeller, along with his associates and older brother William, incorporated hispetroleum holdings into the Standard Oil Company (Ohio). Rockefeller bought out hiscompetitors or put them out of business through tactics that included price cutting and theacquisition of such supporting enterprises as pipelines, oil terminals, and cooperage plants. By1881, when Rockefeller formed a trust with nine directors to control Standard Oil and itsaffiliates, he had a near monopoly of the petroleum industry in the United States. Rockefeller wasalso prominent in the affairs of railroads and banks, being second only to J. P. Morgan in thedomain of finance.When the United States Steel Corporation was formed (1901), Rockefeller was one of thedirectors. From 1897 Rockefeller had turned his interests toward philanthropy. He funded theBaptist Church, the YMCA, and to the Anti-Saloon League, and founded (1892) and endowed the
University of Chicago
, ultimately giving the school more than 80 million dollars. He endowedmajor philanthropic institutions, including the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research,founded (1901) in New York City and since 1965 known as Rockefeller University, the
GeneralEducation Board (1902),
organized (1902) to make gifts to various educational and researchagencies; the Rockefeller Foundation (1913), established to promote public health and to furtherthe medical, natural, and social sciences; and the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial Foundation(1918), named for his late wife. 
, "... 1889 Rockefeller [made] the first of what wouldbecome $35 million in gifts, over a period of two decades, to found the University of Chicago. ...In 1903 he created the
General Education Board
at an ultimate cost of $129 million to promoteeducation in the United States....Rockefeller was prepared to begin the Rockefeller Foundation in1909, even signing a deed of trust to turn over 72,569 shares of Standard Oil of New Jersey stockworth $50 million. But delays and difficulties in seeking a federal charter for the Foundation, ...resulted in a lapse until 1913, when the Foundation was officially incorporated in the state of NewYork. Since its inception the Rockefeller Foundation has given more than $2 billion to thousandsof grantees worldwide and has assisted directly in the training of nearly 13,000 RockefellerFoundation Fellows...."
From an article about Rockefeller and UFO's: "By the 1920s John D. Rockefeller, the founder ofthe Rockefeller dynasty, was funding the notorious "racial hygiene" think tank Eugenics RecordsOffice. Its ideas of mass sterilization, the 'inferiority' of Black people and "breeding better" ' '