posted on Apr, 26 2006 @ 08:16 PM
It seems to me that money sure is the root of all evil, and everyone knows that money makes the world go round. Two pretty simple truths really. The
part people need help understanding is that if the Rothschild's have their hand in one thing, it is money, lots and lots of money, why heck, they
have even had the right to print the money for certain nations, and charge the cost of printing the money back to the people of those nations!!!
It has even been said that the Rothschild's set a place at their table for Satan.
Amschel Mayer Rothschild said, "Give me control over the creation of money and I care not who makes the laws of the land".
By using scripture I am not saying that I am a believing Christian, more of a student of many religions with an open mind.
"I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are
the synagogue of Satan."
Sounds like a parable about rich Jewish Satanic bankers if you ask me.
Didn't a Rothschild finance the original Bavarian Illuminati?
To understand the absolute cold intelligence this family possess I highly recommend that people read The Fifth Man by Roland Perry, personally I find
the history of the begginnings of the Rothshild's to be more interesting from a conspirational point of view, but The Fifth Man is probably the best
insight into the mind and doublecrossings of one Lord Victor Rothschild.
It details his activities during World War II and the Cold War, one has to wonder at the absolute genius it requires to be a double-double agent
between Britain and the USSR and come out on top of everything.
It has been written that "In the begginnings of the twentieth century, young boys in America wanted to be Superman and Captain Marvel whilst young
boys in Europe wanted to be a Rothschild."
This family knows how to manipulate money and power better than anyone on Earth.
An anonymous contemporary described Nathan Rothschild (the second head of the house) as he leaned against the 'Rothschild Piller' at the London
Stock Exchange, hung his heavy hands into his pockets, and began to release silent, motionless, implacable cunning:
"Eyes are usually called the windows of the soul. But in Rothschild's case you would conclude that the windows are false ones, or that there was no
soul to look out of them. There comes not one pencil of light from the interior, neither is there one gleam of that which comes from without reflected
in any direction. The whole puts you in mind of an empty skin, and you wonder why it stands upright without at least something in it. By and by
another figure comes up to it. It then steps two paces aside, and the most inquisitive glance that you ever saw, and a glance more inquisitive than
you would ever have thought of, is drawn out of the fixed and leaden eye, as if one were drawing a sword from a scabbard. The visiting figure, which
has the appearance of coming by accident and not by design, stops just a second or two, in the course of which looks are exchanged which, though you
cannot translate, you feel must be of most important meaning. After these the eyes are sheathed up again, and the figure resumes its stony posture.
During the morning numbers of visitors come, all of whom meet with a similar reception and vanish in a similar manner. Last of all the figure itself
vanishes, leaving you utterly at a loss."