The Most Secretive Treasury in History…Meet the Rothschilds


The Rothschilds at Waddesdon

The Rothschild family home, Waddesdon Manor, is like a French chateau set down in the Buckinghamshire countryside . Now owned by the National Trust, 350,000 people visit it every year.

One of the most intriguing stories surrounding financial endeavors throughout the world and its history of banking and investment, the Rothschilds defy every traditional view of how wealthy families operate, interact with the outside world, and report their financial gains.  History has been good to the Rothschilds.  The German namesake has its roots all the way back into the 1800s and has been a force with which to be reckoned ever since.

The current banking model is the product of hundreds of years of planned development, structuring, manipulation, force and trickery which began in earnest with Mayer Amschel Rothschild, who first established banking and finance houses in Germany in the 18th century.

The careful cultivation of his wealth with the assistance of his five sons allowed Rothschild to profit immensely during the French Revolution by providing financing and war materials to Austria, which in turn allowed the budding family empire to evolve into a multi-national organization, henceforth becoming a major financier of industry and war.

Around that time, Rothschild sent his five sons to live in the capital cities of various European countries. His goal was to have each of his children establish a banking business in Frankfurt, Naples, Vienna, Paris, and London, and throughout the 1800s, they did. With Mayer Rothschild’s children spread across Europe, the Rothschilds became the first bank to transcend borders. Lending to governments to finance war operations for the past several centuries provided ample opportunity to accumulate bonds and shore up additional wealth in a range of different industries.

Rothschild was operating under a holdover from the Medieval-type banking system developed centuries before by the Knights Templar and appropriated by the Vatican.  This system of banking that was able to propel the Rothschilds into a position of near impregnable power that served to establish a future Federal Reserve Bank in the United States through the efforts of other wealthy banker families including the Rockefellers, as well as the International Monetary Fund (World Bank).

Fast forward to 2016, the Rothschild family is a dynasty of unimaginable wealth which manages to somehow conceal it for the most part, never quite being publicly credited as the richest and most influential family in the world. By dividing up their capital and holdings amongst the many members of the family, including numerous descendants and heirs, occasionally a single member of the family will appear on a list of the world’s top individuals; however, the family as a whole represents the largest fortune ever known.

Traditionally, the Rothschild fortune is invested in closely held corporations. Most family members are employed by these corporations directly or invested in operations that generate family wealth. The remarkable success of the family has largely been due to a strong interest in cooperation, being entrepreneurs and the practice of shrewd business principles.

The fact that this family has been able to spread its wealth in so many different and varying locations and over so many different family members abroad is a testament to their devotion to hiding their true wealth and its influences throughout the planet.  It's no wonder that the world is pretty much subject to the whim of the Regressives who would much rather lead a world in the mold of the ancient feudal systems where only the few at the top were the lords and ladies in their manors and the rest were the serfs in the fields of the gentry.  The Rothschilds, through their many efforts, intent on bringing about a reemergence of such societal conditions and hope to do so with the willing and devoted assistance of the Left.

Source:  Activist Post, TheJC



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