Muggeridge is an obvious reactionary, but one with the personal and historical credentials to pull it off with the utmost class and credibility. He describes his birth in to a family of committed British socialists. They even flirt with, though never quite join, an experimental commune being set up in their area, about which Muggeridge has the best stories: The land was cheap in those days, and they acquired it by purchase; then, to demonstrate their abhorrence of the institution of property, ceremonially burnt the title deeds.
The House of Rothschild 50 years after the Bank of England opened it's doors, Amschel Moses Bauer, an 18th century German Jewish moneychanger and trader in silk cloth in the ghetto called "Judengasse" or Jew Alley in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, opened a coin shop a counting house in When his son 'Amschel Mayer Bauer' inherited the business, he decided to change his name to 'Rothschild'.
He soon learned that loaning money to governments and kings was more profitable than loaning to private individuals. Not only were the loans bigger, but they were secured by the nations taxes.
Mayer Rothschild had 5 sons.
He trained them all in the skills of money creation, then sent them out to the major capitals of Europe, to open branch offices of the family banking business. His first son Amschel Mayer stayed in Frankfurt to mind the hometown bank.
His second son Saloman Mayer, was sent to Vienna. His third son Nathan, the most clever, was sent to London.
His fourth son Carl, was sent to Naples. His fifth son Jakob, was sent to Paris. InMayer Amschel moved his entire family to a larger house, a five story dwelling he shared with the 'Schiff' who later changed their name to Bush family.
This house was known as the 'Green Shield'. The Rothschilds and the Schiffs would play a central role in the rest of European history and in that of the United States.
Rothschild owns the Bank of England and the London gold bullion exchange where Rothschild sets the daily international market price for gold. Rothschild owns the gold and diamond mines of South Africa and major extractive industries such as Rio Tinto and British Petroleum.
Rothschild financed England and France in the Napoleonic wars. Rothschild knew who won the Battle of Waterloo a day before the King of England and British investors.
Rothschild caused a selling panic in the London bond "consul" market intimating to investors that England lost to Napoleon. Bonds issued by the Bank of England to finance the war crashed and sold for pennies on the dollar. Rothschild sold to drive the price down and then bought all the bonds back at rock bottom prices.
The next day when word of England's victory over Napoleon hit the market, bond prices soared. Rothschild made 40 times his investment in one day on insider knowledge. Rothschild also made 30 percent interest on the gold he loaned to the kings to fight each other. The king issued bonds as a debt obligation to Rothschild to be paid by future taxes on British citizens.
The ensuing debt was so much that Rothschild was able to take over ownership of the Bank of England, which subsequently financed the mercenary German Hessians to fight the American revolutionaries in colonial America because Washington issued its own money called greenbacks.
It wasn't about tea. Rothschild of course owns all of the major European central banks: Rothschild partnered with the original seven American families who became the regional depository banks in the US Federal Reserve.BibMe Free Bibliography & Citation Maker - MLA, APA, Chicago, Harvard.
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