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Stealing the American Pie

When Mayer Amschel Rothschild brokered the soldiers-for-America deal for Prince William, he wasn’t as wealthy and powerful as the City bankers in London, but he had foresight.


We’ve already seen how the bankers got together in London after the Glorious Revolution in 1688, and how they created a Parliament in 1689 and the Bank of England in 1694. Because of the great political stability, the bankers didn’t hesitate to finance all the R&D they could, and a period called the Industrial Revolution followed.


The English bankers were making a lot of money with the triangular trade but the European continent with its wars and great populations was a much more lucrative place to invest. Moreover, the bankers were more interested in destabilizing the Holy Roman Empire than listening to the complaints coming out of the 13 Colonies.


Not so for Rothschild. When he sent Haym Salomon as his agent toAmerica, he knew exactly what he would do. He would finance the Patriots using the gold earned brokering the Hessian soldiers deal. It’s hard for us today to imagine how insignificant the 13 Colonies were compared to Europe—New York City had a population of 14000—and how a low budget operation financing the Patriots was. That plus the fact the English weren’t prepared to have Englishmen fighting Englishmen made it very easy for Rothschild. Luck did help, however, when his agent was asked to broker the huge French aid package. Creating the Bank of North America was in the pocket.



The term conspiracy could best be defined as a line of thought that goes against the official and accepted interpretations of academia. It could also be said that in this age of mass communication censure is built-in. There are a lot of nuts expounding extravagant theories and it’s very natural for most people to want to counter them. In fact, the three news agencies, Reuters, AFP, and AP, are happy to air those outside-the-box theories, accurate or not, because they automatically all go in the same bag, the one called conspiracy. Although books are no longer burned on the public square, censure is indeed alive and well.

Analyzing the why’s of history doesn’t constitute conspiracy. It’s ludicrous to think that my blog and book are conspiratorial, for I think that Mayer Amschel Rothschild is the greatest man that ever lived. We should all be grateful to the FED, and that’s the truth of it.

What’s wrong with knowing that Rothschild brokered the Soldiers-for-America deal for Prince William of Hesse? What’s wrong with knowing that he had to have an agent, and that his name was Haym Salomon? Why shouldn’t we know that Haym was sentenced to hang by the English because he abetted the Patriots? Does denying the fact that Haym financed George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, the Patriots and the whole war effort as well as the politicians in Philadelphia mean that he didn’t? Why should we not believe that Haym brokered the French Aid Package in 1768, and that he had enough gold to finance Robert Morris and Alexander Hamilton and create the Bank of North America in 1781? All those facts are known and available for scrutiny. If we can’t make the connection between Rothschild and the first commercial bank of the USA, the Bank of North America, it’s because we refuse to do so, and that’s self-censure.

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