For the last 55 years, the Anglo-American empire has been following the lead of the Rockefeller brothers. Happy with their centuries-old massive profit, they developed an ideology which would ensure they did not have to share the world’s resources. It invented The Club of Rome which told us there was a limit to growth and we were going to have to do with less. It also barred peripheral capitalist countries from expanding their populations by trotting out Malthus’ theory of a population bomb. F. William Engdahl debunks all this.