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The World Order
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On July 27, 1844, Mazzini said, “Rothschild could be King of France if he so
desired.” The Jewish Encydopedia noted (1909 edition), “In the year 1848
the Paris house (of Rothschild) was reckoned to be worth 600,000,000 francs
as against 352,000,000 francs held by all the other Paris bankers.”
Prof. Werner Sombart wrote, “The principal loan floaters of the world, the
Rothschilds, were later the first railway kings. The period of 1820 onwards
became the 'Age of the Rothschilds’ so that at the middle of the century it
was a common dictum : There is only one power in Europe and that is
Rothschild. (Jews and Modern Capitalism).
Hearst’s Chicago Evening American commented, Dec. 3, 1923, “The Rothschilds can start or
prevent wars. Their word could make or break empires.”
Reeves notes, “The fall of Napoleon was the rise of Rothschild.” Napoleon
was later slowly poisoned to death with arsenic by a Rothschild agent. They
had no need of another “return from exile”.
The New York Evening Post noted July 22, 1924, “The Kaiser had to consult
Rothschild to find out whether he could declare war. Another Rothschild
carried out the whole burden of the contlict which overthrew Napoleon.”
The Kaiser’s Chancellor, Bethmann-Hollweg, who actually precipitated World
War I, was a member of the Frankfurt banking family, Bethmann, and a cousin of the Rothschilds.
After the fall of Napoleon, Salomon persuaded the ruler of Austria to issue
patents of nobility to the five brothers. The Congress of Vienna was the
emergence of the moth from its cocoon. The diktat of this Congress was a
simple one – the aristocracies of Europe must submit to our will, or they are doomed. The death sentence upon the
noble lines of Europe was pronounced by those who had the will to carry out
their edict. It took another century to perfect the work, not because the
killers were weak, but because they wished to proceed cautiously, without
revealing their full strength. In combat, the decisive weapon is the one
your opponent does not know about.
It was not necessary to pronounce a death sentence upon the ruling families
of America, because there were none. During the 19th century, a few
descendants of colonial entrepreneurs had amassed wealth, and could afford a
life of leisure and travel They remained slavishly dependent upon Continental arbiters in every matter
requiring personal taste and judgment. Because they had no guiding
philosophy, and no program, this American “upper class” never made it to the
top of the stairs. They remained “below stairs” as servants of the London
princes of the World Order. Their self-abasement not only manifested itself
in an unusually high rate of suicide, but also in the slower forms of
self-destruction, alcoholism, drug addiction, and homosexuality.
Homosexuality is not so much a type of sexual drive as it is the
_expression_ of deeper needs, the desire for self-degradation, or the
seeking of a partner whom one can humiliate and degrade. It could hardly be
unexpected that such a “ruling class” would eagerly hail the twentieth
century crusade to enthrone Communism as the vehicle of the World Order.
In their quest for wealth, the Rothschilds did not overlook either the small
farmer or the stockpiling and wholesaling of grain. They developed a “farm
loan” system which has been the curse of the farmers for more than a
century. R.F. Pettigrew noted in the British Guardian, “This system of
banking (causing the ultimate ruin of all those who cultivate the soil) was
the invention of Lord Overstone, with the assistance of the Rothschilds,
bankers of Europe.”
One of their greatest triumphs was the successful outcome of the Rothschilds’
protracted war against the Russian Imperial Family. The family name of the
Romanovs was derived from Roma Nova, New Rome. It embodied the ancient
prophecy that Moscow was to become “the New Rome.” The family originated with Prince Prus,
brother of Emperor August of Rome, who founded Prussia. In 1614, Michael
became the first Romanov Czar.
After the fall of Napoleon, the Rothschilds turned all their hatred against
the Romanovs. In 1825, they poisoned Alexander I; in 1855, they poisoned
Nicholas I. Other assassinations followed, culminating on the night of Nov.
6, 1917, when a dozen Red Guards drove a truck up to the Imperial Bank Building in Moscow. They loaded the Imperial jewel collection and $700
million gold, loot totalling more than a billion dollars. The new regime
also confiscated the 150 million acres in Russia personally owned by the
Of equal importance were the enormous cash reserves which the Czar had
invested abroad in European and American banks. The New York Times stated
that the Czar had $5 million in Guaranty Trust, and $1 million in the
National City Bank; other authorities stated it was $5 million in each
bank. Between 1905 and 1910 the Czar had sent more than $900 million to be
deposited in six leading New York banks, Chase, National City, Guaranty
Trust, J.P. Morgan, Hanover, and Manufacturers Trust. These were the
principal banks controlled by the House of Rothschild through their American
agents, J.P. Morgan, and Kuhn, Loeb Co. These were also the six New York
banks which bought the controlling stock in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in 1914. They have held control of
the stock ever since.
The Czar also had $115 million in four English banks. He had $35 million in
the Bank of England, $25 million in Barings, $25 million in Barclays, and
$30 million in Lloyd’s Bank. In Paris, the Czar had $100 million in Banque
de France, and $80 million in the Rothschild Bank of Paris. In Berlin, he
had $132 million in the Mendelsohn Bank, which had long been bankers to
Russia. None of these sums has ever been disbursed; at compound interest
since 1916, they amount to more than $50 billion. Two claimants later
appeared, a son, Alexis, and a daughter, Anastasia. Despite a great deal of
proof substantiating their claims, Peter Kurth notes in “Anastasia” that
“Lord Mountbatten put up the money for court battles against Anastasia.
Although he was Empress Alexandra’s nephew, he was the guiding force behind
Anastasia’s opposition.” The Battenbergs, or Mountbattens, were also
related to the Rothschild family. They did not wish to see the Czar’s
fortune reclaimed and removed from the Rothschild banks.
Kurth also notes “In a 1959 series on the history of the great British
banks, for example, the Observer of London remarked of Baring Brothers, 'The
Romanovs were among their most distinguished clients. It is affirmed that
Barings still holds a deposit of more than forty million pounds that was
left them by the Romanovs. Anthony Sampson editor in chief, said no
protests were made. This story is generally considered to be true.”
In the early 19th century, the Rothschilds began to consolidate their profits from government loans into various business ventures, which
have done very well. Fortuitous trading on the London Stock Exchange after
Waterloo gave Nathaniel Mayer Rothschild a sizeable portion of the Consols
which formed the bulk of the deposits of the Bank of England. Joseph
Wechsberg notes in “The Merchant Bankers”, “There is the Sun Alliance life
insurance company, most aristocratic of all insurance companies, founded by
Nathan Rothschild in 1824; Brinco, the British Newfoundland corp., founded
by the British and French Rothschilds in 1952; the Anglo-American corp.;
Bowater, Rio Tinto and others.”
Not only does the bank rate of the Bank of England affect the interest rates in other nations; the price of gold also plays a crucial role in the
monetary affairs of nations, even if they are no longer on the gold
standard. The dominant role played by the House of Rothschild in the Bank
of England is augmented by another peculiar duty of the firm, the daily
fixing of the world price of gold. The News Chronicle of Dec. 12, 1938, describes this ritual : “The story of the gold-fixing has often
been told. How every weekday at 11 a.m. the representatives of five firms
of bullion brokers and one firm of refiners meet at the office of Messrs.
Rothschild (except on Saturday) and there fix the sterling price of gold.
There is, however, a great deal of activity which lies behind his final act
– this centralization of the demand for, and the supply of gold in one
office and the fixing of the price of gold on that basis. A price of gold
is first suggested, probably by the representative of Messrs. Rothschild,
who also acts for the Bank of England and the Exchange Equalization
The banking houses privileged to meet with the Rothschilds to set the world
price of gold are known as “the Club of Five”. In 1958, they were : N.M.
Rothschild, Samuel Montagu, Mocatta and Goldsmid, Sharps Pixley, and
In 1961, the London Accepting Houses operating by approval of the Governor
of the Bank of England were : Barings; Brown, Shipley; Arbuthnot Latham;
Wm. Brandt’s & Sons; Erlangers; Antony Gibbs & Co.; Guinness Mahon
Hawkins; S. Japhet; Kleinwort & Sons; Lazard Bros.; Samuel Montagu;
Morgan Grenfell; N.M. Rothschild; M. Samuel; J. Henry Schroder; and S.G.
Warburg. These chosen firms rule the financial establishment in “the City”
In 1961, the leading business groups in England were listed by Wm. M. Clarke
as : 1. Morgan Grenfell Ltd. (Lord Bicester) the Peabody J.P. Morgan
firm; 2. Jardine Mathieson; 3. Rothschild-Samuel-Oppenheimer, comprising
Rio Tinto, British South Africa Co., Shell Peteroleum, Brinco (British
Newfoundland Corp.); 4. Lazard Brothers-Shell, English Electric, Canadian
Eagle Oil; 5. Lloyd’s Bank; 6. Barclay’s Bank; 7. Peninsular & Orient
Lines; 8. Cunard; 9. Midland Group – Eagle Star – Higginson (Cavendish-Bentinck);
10. Prudential; 11. Imperial Chemical Industries; 12. Bowater; 13.
Courtauld’s; 14. Unilever.
Although this list shows the Rothschild group as only one of fourteen, in
fact they hold large positions or influence in the other groups of this
In 1982, the principal directorships held by the London Rothschilds were :
Lord Rothschild – N.M. Rothschild & Sons, Arcan N.V. Curacao, chmn.
Rothschild’s Continuation, and Rothschild Inc. USA. Edmund Leopold de
Rothschild – N.M. Rothschild & Sons, Alfred Dunhill Ltd., Rothschild
Continuation, Rothschild Trust, Rothman’s International, chmn Tokyo Pacific
Holdings NV; Baron Eric Rothschild – N.M. Rothschild & Sons; Evelyn de
Rothschild – chmb N.M. Rothschild & Sons, DeBeers Consolidated Mines Ltd.
South Africa, Eagle Star Insurance Co., chmn The Economist Newspaper Ltd.,
IBM UK Ltd., La Banque Privee S.A., Manufacturers Hanover Ltd., Rothschild
Continuation Ltd., chmn United Race Courses Ltd; Leopold de Rothschild –
N.M. Rothschild & Sons, Alliance Assurance Co., Bank of England, The London
Assurance, Rothschild Continuation Ltd; Rothschild Continuation Holdings AG
Switzerland, Sun Alliance and London Assurance Co., Sun Insurance Office Ltd.
The British firms comprising the major basis of the Rothschild fortune are
: Sun Alliance Assurance, Eagle Star, DeBeers, and Rio Tinto. Eagle Star’s
directors include Duncan Mackinnon, of Hambro Investment Trust; Earl
Cadogan, whose mother was a Hambro; Sir Robert Clark, chmn. Hill Samuel
Co.; Marquess Linlithgow (Charles Hope) whose mother was a Milner – he
married Judith Baring; Evelyn de Rothschild; and Sir Ian Stewart of Brown
Shipley Co., who has been parliamentary private secretary to the Chancellor
of the Exchequer since 1979.
DeBeers directors include Harry F. Oppenheimer, Sir Philip Oppenheimer, A.E.
Oppenheimer, N.F. Oppenheimer, Baron Evelyn de Rothschild, and Sidney
Spiro. Spiro is also a director of Rio Tinto, Hambros Bank, Barclays Bank,
and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. DeBeers interlocks with
Anglo-American Corp. of South Africa, of which Harry F. Oppenheimer is
chairman, and Anglo-American Gold Investment Co. of which Julian Ogilvie Thompson is chairman, and Harry F. Oppenheimer
DeBeers interlocks with Hambros Bank, whose chmn. is Jocelyn Hambro;
directors are R.N. Hambro, C.E. Hambro, Hon. H.W. Astor, Sir Ian Morrow,
chmn. UKO Int. and The Laird Group, International Harvester, Rolls Royce,
and the Brush Group; J.M. Clay, director of the Bank of England; Mark
Weinberg, and Sidney Spiro.
back← Chapter One
Coming Battle documents from Congressional records, newspaper reports
and writings by the founding fathers and others a chronology of events long
forgotten that shaped our fledgling nation from 1776 to 1899. Read about the
manipulation of our money and its supply, the intentional creation of
recessions, depressions and panics, manipulation of the stock markets, and
the demonetization of silver.
Taking Back Your Power
by Allen Aslan Heart
WHAT CAN YOU DO? Stop playing THEIR game.
Take back your power. Stop paying taxes that are not legal or lawful. Stop
paying bills you don't really owe. Stop using THEIR money. There ARE ways if
you open your mind and look for the gaps in their fences that keep the
sheeple in their pasture. Are you chattel or a real person? You are the one
who makes that choice.