posted on Mar, 18 2016 @ 07:52 PM
a reply to: CIAGypsy
I would agree with you in regards to the Rockefellers but not the Rothschilds.
By the mid to late 1800s, they controlled half of the world's wealth.
When you have that much money and control that much of the planet, you absolutely have the ability to camouflage your wealth.
You're not going to find this in writing, there isnt going to be a "paper trail". The only thing you'll be able to substantiate is that they are no
longer as rich and powerful as they once were, obviously.
At one time, it was public knowledge that they not only established but controlled the world's central banks, that they printed the world's money.
We're now supposed to believe that over the last 100 (or so) years, their heirs have given up that control?
Its interesting because if you look at their wikipedia entry, it actually gives you an idea of how wealthy they really are. You'll notice in the
margin a small list of their palaces/estates. They've owned or built the most expensive and exclusive properties in history.
And what do they do when they're done with them? Nothing. They just give them away. Why sell them? Its not like they "need the money".
Château de Ferrières, considered by far the largest and most luxurious 19th-century château in France, was built in 1859 by Baron James de
Rothschild . It is set on a 30 km2 (12 sq mi) estate.
It was donated to the University of Paris in 1975 by Guy de Rothschild.