It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Originally posted by Emerald The Paradigm
It is estimated that the Rothschild Family has well over $300 TRILLION now!
Originally posted by audas
Your trying to tell me that Rothschild owns the Australian central bank - you people are retarded - seriously get a grip - moronic post.
Originally posted by infinite
That is not true. The figure is based on conspiracy theorists doing best estimation two years ago. The net value is probably in the low trillions, about $5 trillion.
I am just thinking out loud of course and though like I say he is carrying an authoritative air of benevolence there is also a look in the eye that tells me he is a good man – could he be a good man after all? I put much stock in the eyes you see and I know many may flay me for saying this but I actually can see a good man just on the basis of that photograph of course.
By the end of the 19th century, the introduction of national taxation systems had ended the Rothschild's policy of operating with a single set of commercial account records, resulting in the various houses gradually going their own separate ways. The coherence that had worked so well for the five brothers and their successor sons had all but disappeared by World War I. In Britain, the introduction of estate taxes resulted in Rothschild inheritors handing over multi-millions to the government and brought an end to the passing down of their great mansions. However, the estate tax relative to the bank and corporate assets was far more detrimental long-term because it restricted growth at a time when publicly owned banks were expanding rapidly with huge resources raised on capital markets.
The decline of the French and British Empires particularly after World War I along with increased nationalization by governments restricted growth potential for the Rothschilds. However, business analysts generally agree that their failure to shift their focus to opportunities in the United States, where the greatest industrial expansion at that time was occurring, is a major factor in the belief that the Rothschild bankers of today are only minor players in the global economy.
In 2003, following the retirement of Sir Evelyn de Rothschild as head of N M Rothschild & Sons of London, the English and French firms merged to become one umbrella entity called "Group Rothschild." Ownership was shared equally between the French and English branches of the family under the leadership of David de Rothschild. In 2007, the English branch sold their share to the French branch. The French branch now fully own N M Rothschild & Sons.
As of 2008, David de Rothschild holds the following corporate positions:
Chairman of N M Rothschild & Sons
Chairman of Rothschilds Continuation Holdings
Vice Chairman of Rothschild Bank AG
Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Paris Orleans
Senior Partner of Rothschild & Cie Banque
Member of the Supervisory Board of Compagnie Financiere Saint-Honore
Member of the Supervisory Board of Compagnie Financiere Martin Maurel
Member of the Supervisory Board of De Beers Group
Member of the Supervisory Board of Groupe Casino
David de Rothschild also owns a share of the Château Lafite-Rothschild vineyard but is not active in the day to day operations.
Originally posted by jinx880101 I agree with you... he looks innocent and even sad deep down. I don't think it's fair to judge people by their family.
Originally posted by jinx880101 I What if he does not agree with their doings and wants out. He seems like he is trying to make it on his own and just enjoy his life sailing the oceans.
Originally posted by jinx880101 I Then again, it is so difficult to trust these days...but I believe everyone should be granted the benefit of the doubt. Innocent until proven guilty right. Or is it the other way around on this site?
When talking about the distance between the eyes, I mean the horizontal distance between the tips of your eyes. This distance, in face reading, determines this person's concern for details. If the distance is small, then that person may be very detail-specific but if it's large that person may be more interested in the bigger picture.
Say hello to the God of Earth: David De Rothschild
Originally posted by grantbeed
His eyes are too close together. I was told as a youngster never to trust someone like this.