SONY = Standard Oil New York….

I always refer to Standard Oil , established in 1870 and broken up in 1911 – It controlled 90% of the US oil supply – and its business practices were judged to be anti competitive . It ‘owned ‘ its supply chain – to the detriment of any competitors . Basically competition was not allowed – which is how it should be when you are running a monopoly !

It may have been broken up into 34 different companies – but Rockefeller still owned a 25% share in all of the resultant companies – this made him the richest man in modern day history.

ExxonMobil , Conoco , Chevron , other parts were subsequently incorporated into Shell , BP . If Standard Oil had not been broken up , its estimated it would be 4 times larger than the current largest conglomerate.

As a side interest .. In 1941, an investigation exposed a “marriage” cartel between John D. Rockefeller’s United States-based Standard Oil Co. and I.G. Farben.( at one point the worlds No4 largest company ) It also brought new evidence concerning complex price and marketing agreements between DuPont. IG Farben cooperated closely with Nazi officials and directed which chemical plants should be secured and delivered to them after the invasion of Czechoslovaki and Poland .

SONY , founded in Japan , 1946 , after the Atomic Attacks – is said to stand for Standard Oil New York .

Could it really be that the wealth used to finance Standard oil, and secure its position was just spread around – its influence whilst hidden to the public , still overbearing ?

TAP From an anonymous comment.  Is the SONY acronym true?  It’s plausible.  All other Japanese names were Japanese.  Hitachi.  Toyota.  Mitsubishi.  And so on.  SONY is not a Japanese word or name or even sound.  – NY endings don’t exist in Japanese.  It had to come from somewhere.


The very first thing made and sold by S.O.N.Y. was a rice cooker.

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3 Responses to “SONY = Standard Oil New York….”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Tap – Doesnt the founding date in 1946 tell its own story – The right time for US Wealth to take more of a foot hold in what would become modern day Japan ?

    Also – the official explanation of where the word SONY comes from – that Japanese execs were attracted to the ‘ sonny ‘ boys image which they wanted to portray – well that sounds like garbage to me .

    ESSO – S.O – standard Oil .

    Also the timing of the break up – 1911 .. Hm do you think the same guys who made all the cash upon the break up could have had anything to do with the foundation of the Federal Reserve ? Do you think JP Morgan was working Rockefeller ?

    Sean

  2. Anonymous says:

    Tap ,

    On IG Farben , I should add a few more notes .

    From Wiki..

    IG Farben held the patent for the pesticide Zyklon B[20] (used in Holocaust gas chambers), and owned 42.2 percent (in shares) of Degesch (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Schädlingsbekämpfung) which manufactured it. IG Farben also had managers in Degesch’s Managing Committee. Of the 24 directors of IG Farben indicted in the so-called IG Farben Trial (1947–1948) before a U.S. military tribunal at the subsequent Nuremberg Trials, 13 were sentenced to prison terms between one and eight years. Some of those indicted in the trial were subsequently made leaders of the post-war companies that split off from IG Farben, including those who were sentenced at Nuremberg.

    Due to the severity of the war crimes committed by IG Farben during World War II, the company was considered to be too corrupt to be allowed to continue to exist. The Soviet Union seized most of IG Farben’s assets located in the Soviet occupation zone (see Morgenthau Plan), as part of their reparation payments. The Western Allies however, in 1951, split the company up into its original constituent companies. The four largest quickly bought the smaller ones. Today Agfa, BASF, and Bayer remain.

    Once Germany had surrendered, the US moved quickly to commercially exploit all German patents and scientific knowledge.

    Konrad Adenauer stated “According to a statement made by an American expert, the patents formerly belonging to IG Farben have given the American chemical industry a lead of at least 10 years. The damage thus caused to the German economy is huge and cannot be assessed in figures.

    Sean

  3. Anonymous says:

    Simply had to share this prog today from the BBC:-

    Bread Kills
    2/5. Considering the impact food has on health by looking at two deadly loaves from history.

    see:- http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01hzn5z

    listen again:- http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/b01hw6gh

    above is currently the 1st part i recommend you listen to the 2nd part live on tuesday.

    a crucial part near the end covers banned chemicals used for bulk manufacture of bread for the masses which were banned due to a link with cancer.
    but then they state new chemicals now used (enzymes) that are not even listed on the ingredients list!!!!!! HELP.
    & miss-understood side effects of modern loafs are “stated” AAAaahhhhh WTF the arrogance & statement of the manufacturers main man is clearly delivered with gusto,(these widely used “CHEMICALS” are no big deal they even fad away in the cooking process HA!!!) where have we heard this kind of arrogance before?

    bread is a staple product everyone embraces like water milk, air? are we simply sitting ducks to the slaughter !!
    How can we trust any massmarket staple product.

    or am i just renting ? your thoughts folks

    HETT

    This is even without my rant about “live” n “DEAD” food thats killing us all everyday thankyou factory food, NOT.

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