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  1. dub

    24,402 posts.

  2. jessie1

    7,219 posts.

    This stuff has been rehashed (including here on HC) so much that it can only at best be described as proof by assertion - i.e. repeat a myth so many times and then quote an earlier copy of the myth as evidence of proof.


    What is really interesting to know is that the author's columns have appeared on:

    The David Icke website, Paranoia and several other journals.

    I guess this says it all really...

    A sure way to start the usual rehashed debate - here we go...

  3. tobyjack

    6,066 posts.

    Cames across this a while back Interesting reading but can't vouch for it.

    The History of the House of Rothschild

    (Foreign Money Power In The United States)

  4. spanners

    3,523 posts.

    Seems a Court believes the Rothchilds have a shady
    past. You don`t get that rich working for a living.

    From the link tobyjack supplied,


    One of Rothschild's couriers was a man named Rothworth. When the outcome of the Battle of Waterloo was won by the British, Rothworth took off for the Channel and was able to deliver this news to Nathan Mayer Rothschild, a full 24 hours before Wellington's own courier.

    At that time British bonds were called consuls and they were traded on the floor of the stock exchange. Nathan Mayer Rothschild instructed all his workers on the floor to start selling consuls. The made all the other traders believe that the British had lost the war so they started selling frantically.

    Therefore the consuls plummeted in value which was when Nathan Mayer Rothschild discreetly instructed his workers to purchase all the consuls they could lay their hands on.

    When news came through that the British had actually won the war, the consuls went up to a level even higher than before the war ended leaving Nathan Mayer Rothschild with a return of approximately 20 to 1 on his investment.

    This gave the Rothschild family complete control of the British economy, now the financial centre of the world following Napolean's defeat, and forced England to set up a new Bank of England, which Nathan Mayer Rothschild controlled.

    Interestingly 100 years later the New York Times would run a story stating that Nathan Mayer Rothschild's grandson had attempted to secure a court order to suppress publication of a book which had this insider trading story in it. The Rothschild family claimed the story was untrue and libellous, but the court denied the Rothschilds request and ordered the family to pay all court costs.

  5. jessie1

    7,219 posts.

    ...yes, the guy is a nutter.

    "iamthewitness" sort of says it all really - paranoid, self-centred and delusional.

    By the way, all these people tie in with each other - Smith, Icke and their Ilke and then they all reference Eustace Mullins, who in turn was proud to be protege of notorious Facist, Ezra Pound - the modern elder of these conspiracies and Mussolini and Hitler supporter/admirer and of course an untreated schizophrenic.

    Some of the more modern beliefs/conspiracies:

    We are being invaded by descendants of reptilians from the constellation Draco.

    The moon landing was fake.

    ...yes, says it all really.

  6. Nathaniel Rothschild recently went to sue the Daily Mail newspaper for calling him a puppet master.

    The judge ruled, "You are a puppet master"




    It's well known that the Rothschild's operate from the shadows and have front men such as Soros to hide their power. Need I say more than the court case above.

    'Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes the laws.' - Mayer Amschel Rothschild

  7. golfzoner

    5,605 posts.

    Fascinating read this:
    Amongst the incredible stuff I found this a little disconcerting.

    "The federalism at the heart of the US Constitution is identical to the federalism laid out in the Freemason's Anderson's Constitutions of 1723. William Randolph became the nation's first Attorney General and Secretary of State under George Washington. His family returned to England loyal to the Crown. John Marshall, the nation's first Supreme Court Justice, was also a Mason. [3]"

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