The grandaddy of scams

While his people, Salomon, Morris and Hamilton, were creating the Bank of North America in 1781, Mayer Amschel Rothschild was busy getting ready for a much bigger project in Europe where the real action was at the time.

 

In 1773, he had recruited Adam Weishaupt in order to set up Masonic Lodges throughout France. Mayer had wanted his own private communications network, which was a mindboggling concept for the times. The Holy Roman Empire had its church network that infiltrated deep into the countryside as well as the courts of Europe while the City bankers had no network at all, but Mayer wanted his own personal network, for he knew that getting raw, unadulterated and secure information ahead of everybody else wasn’t a bad idea. By the time the French Revolution was launched, Weishaupt had opened over 1000 new Lodges. The first private information network of all time had been cheap and easy to set up.

 

It was natural for the City bankers to want to destroy the Holy Roman Empire by attacking and destabilizing France, the Church’s cornerstone, but Mayer was the catalyst. As a matter of fact, it was Mirabeau, one of  Weishaupt’s prime recruit who got things started. Mayer, like the City bankers, had no doubt wanted to destroy the Holy Roman Empire, but he was more interested in his Machiavellian plan, the one that would make him the wealthiest and most powerful man in the world and allow him to overwhelm all of the Bank of England bankers put together. The first order of business was to get Mirabeau to get the Assignat Bill passed, for that was the key to launching the greatest real estate scam that the world has ever seen, the French Revolution.

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