posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 04:14 PM
Mayer Amschel Rothschild dies. In his will he lays out specific laws that the House of Rothschild were to follow: all key positions in the family
business were only to be held by family members; only male members of the family were allowed to participate in the family business, this included a
reported sixth secret bastard son (It is important to note that Mayer Amschel Rothschild also has five daughters, so today the spread of the
Rothschild Zionist dynasty without the Rothschild name is far and wide, and Jews believe the mixed offspring of a Jewish mother is solely Jewish); the
family was to intermarry with it’s first and second cousins to preserve the family fortune (of the 18 marriages by Mayer Amschel Rothschild’s
grandchildren, 16 were between first cousins - a practice known today as inbreeding); no public inventory of his estate was to be published; no legal
action was to be taken with regard to the value of the inheritance; the eldest son of the eldest son was to become the head of the family (this
condition could only be overturned when the majority of the family agreed otherwise).
There is nothing unusual about the setting up of a family Trust, such as the one that Mayer Rothschild established. It's purpose is more about
maintaining a central core of wealth that transcends normal inheritance division and renders that wealth immune from numerous taxes. It is because
they formed a Trust that they have any business left at all, having lost the majority of their European assets during the First and Second World War,
only those in Britain, because of Trust Law, were in any way protected, however, due to the provisions of that Trust, the European branches of the
Rothschild's were not excluded from inheritance.
According to Niall Ferguson, author of The House of Rothschild, who was given access to the family archives, there is indeed a provision that excludes
female off-spring from participating in the family business, as well as their spouses. However, such a provision could, with the agreement of the
appointed Trustees, be over-turned. In terms of your latter point, Jacob, the current head of the Rothschild's was not initially allowed to enter
into the business due to a veto from his father, Victor, he had to first 'prove' himself and gain the vote of other trust members, which he did by
first gaining his own, independent, fortune.
Either way, interbreeding was unnecessary to maintain the fortune, since that fortune was under the control of a Trust and appointed Trustees.
Also, other countries have different rules, but in Britain, a Last Will and Testament is a public document, and can be accessed by anyone who makes a
request to view it. A Trust though is not. The British Trust Law is why all the richest people in the world bank here and one of the reasons why
Sterling will always out perform the Euro.