CLAIM: Aaron Russo was told by Nick Rockefeller, allegedly of the Rockefeller family, 11 months before 9/11 that there would be an event that would cause us to invade Iraq, Afghanistan, and Venezuela, eventually leading to the bankers controlling the world through implanting chips in our bodies.
THE BULLSHIT: Neither of these guys are who you're supposed to believe they are.
1) AARON RUSSO - Aaron Russo was a movie producer that became politically involved, started his own political party, then became Libertarian, did a standup show complaining about the powers of the federal government, stopped paying taxes, then did a movie about how taxes are illegal. You are telling me that the Rockefellers would confess their plans for world domination to this guy? That's like confessing your shoplifting plans to the Indian guy behind the counter at 7/11. Then he claims nonchalantly that the Council on Foreign Relations, a renowned policy think tank (here assumed to be part of the evil plot), wanted to recruit him? Him? A movie producer? A political nut? Recruited for a major policy institute?
2) NICK ROCKEFELLER - Google him -- the only info about this guy anywhere on the internet comes from Aaron Russo himself! Nick's a nobody, he's neither powerful nor important -- the only reliable info anyone has found is that he's a lawyer who does business in China and has served on some international think tanks -- nowhere does it even indicate that he is a member of the Rockefeller family. Not a single site that posts the video asks for facts, nor do they supply them. Why request facts when you have a video?
3) THE INTERVIEW - When friends see the video they usually say, well why would Aaron lie? He tells the story so convincingly to Alex Jones that it must be the truth.
The reality is that the interview was done years after Aaron was diagnosed with cancer, and just months before his eventual death. He had nothing to lose by claiming that 7 years earlier he had been given evidence that backed up something he had been arguing about for the previous 5 years of his life.
IN OTHER WORDS: A dying libertarian movie producer claims to have uncovered the secret to world domination from some random guy with an important last name. This is hearsay -- it doesn't stand up in court for a reason.