posted on Jul, 13 2009 @ 06:08 PM
500 trillion dollars? Are you aware of how much that is? That is the equivalent of taking the net household worth of every single American combined
and multiplying it by 10. That isn't an absurd figure or anything...
Even if it were 15 trillion dollars...that is still crazy. If you take the ASSETS of JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, and Bank Of America and pool
them together, that is still only worth 7 trillion dollars. That 7 trillion excludes liabilities (money those firms owe), of which (combined) total
6.6 trillion. So the net worth of all of those banks combined is really only 400 billion dollars. Not to mention the fact that one person does not own
each of these corporations; they are comprised of shareholders. The total shareholder (equity) value of these corporations combined is 610 billion
dollars. So even if you want to make the case that they have some hidden stake (which is near impossible considering the SEC regulation) in these
companies or any other member banking giants of the Federal reserve, the amount invested can't be worth much. With that said, I find it highly
improbable that the Rothschilds are worth anything near that much.