Rockefeller stooge Henry Kissinger was a US Army translator for Nazi POWs in 1947. On September 11, 1973, Kissinger installed the Pinochet dictatorship in Chile, which used the same war criminals to run torture centers and death squads.
Standard Oil Company (today Exxon-Mobil), the Rockefeller family jewel, was partnered with IG Farben (today Bayer, Hoechst, and BASF corporations), which built Auschwitz concentration camp for slave labor, where 4 million Jews were brutally mass murdered.
After extensively collaborating with the Nazis in WWII, John D Rockefeller II used his lawyer and cousin, Allen Dulles to utilise Nazis held prisoner by the US Army in three ways: 1)Install Hitlers' SS spy agency as West Germanys' new spy agency, led by Reinhard Gehlen, Hitlers' master spy who had tortured 4 million Russian POW's in WWII. Gehlen remained head of the BND (Germanys' CIA) until 1968, with SS veterans remaining in control well into the 70's. 2)Dulles brought 2000 Nazi scientists to the USA to run NASA's rocket programs and develop various weapons of mass destruction for the US military industry. This was called "Operation Paperclip". 3)Dulles and his trusty translator Henry Kissinger (of "Army Intelligence") in 1947 devised the "Ratline" by which thousands of Nazi war criminals were secreted away to Argentina. From there they went on to become torturers and assassins for various South American dictators supported by the CIA, including Alfredo Stroessner of Paraguay, the military juntas of Brasil, Hugo Banzer of Bolivia, Pinochet of Chile, and Videla of Argentina's "dirty war". In fact, Kissinger installed Gen. Pinochet on September 11, 1973, as dictator of Chile, to preserve Rockefeller business interests, massacring 3000 people in the violent overthrow of Chiles' democracy. Pinochet hosted Nazi war criminals at Colonia Dignidad, a torture and execution center run by 300 Germans who still live there today. In 1976, when Nelson Rockefeller was Vice President of the USA, Kissinger, CIA-Director George Bush Sr, and Pinochet collaborated with the other dictators to assassinate 30,000 leftist activists, throughout South America, in "Operation Condor". This was based out of Colonia Dignidad, and is extensively documented in the "Archives of Terror", found in Paraguay in the '80s. Today David Rockefeller is the scion of his families' empire, as Chairman of Chase-Manhattens' International Advisory Board, as founder and Chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and of the Trilateral Commission, as Chairman of Rockefeller Center (headquarters of Time-Warner and NBC, etc). Paul Bremer III, former Director of Kissinger Associates, is today Bush's ruler of Iraq