The Ominous Secret

How could the House of Rothschild (HR) take control of the monetary system of a grand country like America without its name ever coming up? The answer lies in the rulebook of the dynasty’s founder. It goes back to Mayer Amschel Bauer alias Rothschild in Frankfurt in the early 1770’s. He established very strict rules that would never by transgressed by his sons or their descendants. One rule stated that family members were to intermarry with their own first and second cousins so everything could be kept in the family. Another stated that the family was to maintain absolute secrecy; the family name was never to be associated with any business transaction and no family asset inventory was ever to be disclosed. Another important rule was that the eldest son of the eldest son was to be head of the family and he was to do everything in his power to get the most accurate information ahead of everybody else in the world.

Mayer Amschel Rothschild’s rules have been followed to the letter. For instance, in studying the family tree of the various branches of the family, one is dumbfounded that the Rothschilds have married Rothschilds almost exclusively. And as for secrecy, we know that the founder was a banker, that his sons and their descendants were bankers, and that the Rothschilds own the most prestigious vineyards in the world, but that’s about it. To this day, it’s as if the Rothschilds have never been involved in world affairs; many wonder if their wealth and power wasn’t just a myth. As for world information, Reuters, Associated Press, and Agence France Presse—the three world news agencies that I call the three Gorgon sisters—have Morgans, Lazards, and other Rothschild minions as major shareholders, but no Rothschild per se.

To my knowledge, the FED, the UN, the IMF, the World Bank, NATO, EU, UNESCO, and many more international administrative entities have never been subjected to an external independent audit. The bottom line is that people can’t believe that HR created America because there’s no mention of it in the history books and because it’s impossible for them to think in terms of power instead of wealth.


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