Ok this has been discussed before here on ATS but it was back in 2005 before the specific film was uploaded to Youtube.
(At least as far as I can tell from the search results)
so thought I would share for those who have not yet seen it as its
very eye opening, and well worth viewing.
Its basically a Rothschild propaganda film and attempts to portray their struggle with persecution.
Though the beginning clearly shows how they hid their money from(and bribed) a German tax man.
I can only assume this was to well known so they had to include that bit?
Another highlight is where the duke of Wellington is shown sucking up to
Nathan Rothschild and remarking on his 'ingenious way of finding out
information well ahead of anyone else'. Nathan of course doesn't oblige him
with how its done, but I suspect they were using homing pigeons perhaps.
So for those who haven't already seen it, enjoy.
edit on 4-10-2014 by surfer_soul because: Link not working
the video is no longer working. Could you fix it? Yes it was believed they used homing pigeons early on to pass on time sensitive information which
worked well for insider trading. I wonder what would happen if I get their family crest tattooed on my face???
Thanks for pointing that out, however I have exceeded the max number of hours to edit the post now.
But the link above the embedded vid, will take you directly to the film on youtube. So people can still find it.
So they really did use homing pigeons, that was a good guess of mine then. Of course there's loads of info about the Rothchilds on here and all
over the web so I thought best not to regurgitate everything that's already been said. But just find that particular film to be a real gem, and a
good watch for those yet to see it. Shame it failed to embed, if anyone else can do that it would be welcomed.
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