posted on Oct, 27 2008 @ 07:04 AM
I think the important thing to think about when you're trying to establish what something is worth is to look at the system by which it's worth is
For example, to try to categorize the rothschilds' wealth would be impossible when you use a monetary standard, because money is, at it's root, just
an idea. It's a piece of paper that our government has told us holds value, when it in fact does not, as it is not backed by anything more than
computer entries in a database.
The rothschild family has ascended above wealth. They are to the point where money as it stands doesn't matter to them, since they control so much of
If the world woke up and realised the same thing, that money is just an idea, it would be a strong step forward in making the world a better place. a
poster earlier said that a dollar today is worth what 4 cents was in 1913. You also have to remember that in 1913, our money operated on a gold
standard. It was actually backed by something more than debt, so naturally it would have been worth more regardless of inflation.
If you want to put the rothschild family into a category, the category i would suggest is the "We own the world" category. Control is the only thing
that could possibly hold any interest for them at this point, since they conquered money long ago.