Wednesday, August 14, 2013


Chateau Rothschild in Paris.

Are the Rothschilds worth trillions?

"Theirs remained the biggest bank in the world up until the First World War."

(Historian Niall Ferguson, in "The House of Rothschild: The World's Banker 1849-1999")

James de Rothschild (centre right). 

During World War II, the Luftwaffe seized the Rothschild family home in Paris.

In 1981, President Mitterrand nationalised the Rothschild's French financial empire, Banque Rothschild.

The chances are that the Rothschild fortune has declined since the middle of the 19th century.

We suspect that the CIA likes to blame everything on the Rothschilds.

Mayer Amschel Rothschild

The 'facts' about the Rothschilds are disputed.

1. Mayer Amschel Rothschild, in 1838, allegedly said: "Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws!"

"Mayer Amschel Rothschild died in 1812."

(No primary source for this quote is known and the earliest attribution to Rothschild known is in Money Creators, 1935, by Gertrude M. Coogan)

2. Allegedly, the Rothschild family have US$ 500 trillion in gold

"The total value of ALL the gold ever mined in human history, amounts to US$ 9.2 trillion."

Rothschild myths

The Fed

3. Allegedly, the Rothschild banking family own and control the US Federal Reserve partly "through the Rothschild Bank of Berlin."

"The Rothschild Bank of Berlin, does not and has never existed. 

"The last German branch of the Rothschild Bank, was in Frankfurt and this branch closed in 1901 some eleven years before the Federal Reserve Act was even passed."

"By law, virtually all the of the Federals Reserve’s vast profits, are paid to the US Treasury."

Rothschild myths

4. Freedom of Information requests in the US to determine the ownership of the Federal Reserve Banks have reportedly been obstructed. 

Some people, like Eustace Mullins, assert that the Rothschilds have a stake in the Fed.

But it is an assertion.

Alleged Federal Reserve Ownership - Web Skeptic

Mullins in a 1952 article "Adolf Hitler: An Appreciation" expressed the belief that America owes a debt to Hitler.[23]

One of the Rothschilds' mansions in Germany - destroyed in an allied bombing raid, in 1944.

Since 1900, 1,200 large country houses have been demolished in England.[5]

Waddesdon manor. James de Rothschild bequeathed the house and its contents to the National Trust in 1957. 

Since the end of the 19th century, the Rothschilds have donated many of their estates, as well as much of their art, to charities and museums.

These big houses have become too expensive to run.

Annabelle Rothschild (Annabelle Neilson) who was married to Nat Rothschild. Website for this image / The extrovert lifestyle of the former Mrs Nathaniel Rothschild

Rich families do sometimes see declines in their wealth.

In 2012 Forbes reported that Lakshmi Mittal had suffered the largest loss of any individual on the Forbes list, dropping $10.4 billion in just one year.

Billionaire Busts: The Year's Biggest Losers - Forbes

In 2011, the 100 richest people in India together saw their net worth falling by 20 per cent in one year.

Forbes list: Mukesh Ambani richest Indian, Anil biggest loser | NDTV ...

Wealthy members of the Astor family used to live at Rokeby House, in Barrytown, New York. At Rokeby Hall, a member of the family remembers how the roof leaked and there wasn't much heat in the winter. Often they didn't have enough money to buy food.

"The names are still household words: Vanderbilt, Astor, Carnegie, Rockefeller, Morgan, Gould, Mellon, Harriman, Frick, Huntington, Croker, Flagler, Duke, and Hearst.

"And yet none of those names are among the great American fortunes of today.

"Indeed, only three of those names - Rockefeller, Hearst, and Mellon - make the Forbes list of today’s 400 largest fortunes, and not one is near the top...

"John D. Rockefeller Sr. was worth perhaps $2 billion in 1915...

"By far the wealthiest living Rockefeller—largely on account of a long, successful career in finance - David in 2009 had a net worth of $2.2 billion...

"Taking inflation into account, however, his fortune is only about 10 percent the size of his grandfather’s...

Eike Batista’s net worth dropped $19.4 billion in only one year. Biggest Loser Of The Year,

"Fortunes have almost always been divided with each generation, so even the largest of them are soon spread through an ever larger pool of descendants...

"Old American fortunes do not disappear so much as they are eclipsed by newer ones as the economy expands and opens up new areas for entrepreneurial activity...

"Andrew Carnegie said that 'the man who dies rich dies disgraced,' and gave away almost his entire fortune."

The Transience of American Wealth

A Rothschild villa donated to the Académie des Beaux Arts division of the Institut de France. Now open to the public.

The Rothschilds have had a lot of money in bonds.

The historian Niall Ferguson wrote: "As we have seen, however, wars tended to hit the price of existing bonds...

"Now having made their money, they stood to lose more than they gained from conflict."

Rothschild family - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Consider that since the 1850's there's been several enormous wars, and wars have a way of making paper wealth go 'poof'.

"Also consider that global trade levels today are just starting to get back to the levels that they were prior to World War I...

"The individuals are going to be splitting the inheritances up each generation, so the total family wealth is what you'd have to look at."

What's the Net Worth of the Rothschilds? - Above Top Secret

Lord Victor Rothschild's son Amschel Mayor James Rothschild, who died in mysterious circumstances. 

The Rothschilds are not immortal.

"French police have determined that Amschel Rothschild, heir to the fabulous Rothschild banking fortune, was murdered, according to well-placed European sources...

Four years after the death of Amschel, Raphael de Rothschild died of a heroin overdose in New York. 

The Israeli Supreme Court, including a pyramid with the all Seeing Eye.

According to Paul Vallely in The Independent, 16 April, 2004:

The Rothschild family split over the question of a Jewish homeland, with some members supporting the first Zionist settlement in Palestine and and others opposing it.

David de Rothschild

According to Paul Vallely in The Independent, 16 April, 2004:

"The Rothschilds never gained the foothold in America they needed.

"The world became corporate. Private banking got left behind.

"Still, the family has moved down only from fabulously rich to enormously wealthy. And they adjusted to the times."


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The masters of creative accounting?

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Anonymous said...

There was an article in the Independent in 2004 by Paul Vallely that said the total welth of Rothschilds was measured in trillions but it is shrouded in secrecy'

So mainstream media also believe Rothschilds are worth trillions


Lord Jacob Rothschild still lives in a private walled estate on the larger Waddeston Manor estate. He directs the staff on the estate (the original manor is open to visitors and the 'dairy' is an events centre (weddings etc).
What "National Trust" means is that he still (in reality) owns the estate but we pay for it. It is socialism for the rich.

The modern Rothschild motto is said to be "Own nothing. Control everything."

I wouldn't take a blind bit of notice of a word Niall Ferguson says. In his 2009 book "The Ascent of Money". He failed to even mention the most significant events in financial world history over the last 200 years. The taking over of the power of money creation from international bankers by 4 different American presidents.

That tells you who owns the whore Ferguson. The banking system. Probably led by a Rothschild.

Anonymous said...

If you look at the work of Professor Margrit Kennedy, she shows how the money system causes money to flow upwards towards the richest people in society.

So the notion of a gigantic fortune existing in private hands is not outlandish at all. Wealth trickles upwards, not downwards

Anonymous said...

Likewise on Ferguson. I watched his 'Ascent of Money' documentary series and found it to be the biggest crawly-bumlick I'd ever seen. Rothschild actually had Ferguson up to his private apartment to look at his etchings. No really! Mind you, the etchings were all vintage anti-Semitic depictions of his forebears as parasites etc. Whilst the camera didn't linger to see if the prints had any sort of aphrodisiac affect on Ferguson I wouldn't rule it out entirely.

best etc. etc.

CanSpeccy said...

Yeah, it's the upkeep on all those mansions that depletes the family fortune.

And unless the current generation is as smart and as highly motivated as the first, they're just not gonna keep up with the Goldman Sachs's of the modern financial world.

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Here's more information on the topic:



Marxism, globalism, the new world order, liberalism...All these are euphemisms for a phenomenon embodied in the invisible empire of the Rothschild family.
Although ever since World War II the Rothschild departments for the creation of public opinion have been assuring people that the power of the Rothschilds today is insignificant and that they will be remembered by their vineries in France or gardens and philanthropy in Great Britain, reality projects a completely different picture. Building upon the foundations laid by their fathers and grandfathers, the present-day descendants are completing a mission that has lasted for several centuries. Today, the Rothschilds are the steam engine of a Khazar train heading for Russia and the vast expanses of Siberia. This train, which runs through the Balkans, is to be boarded with armies of the newly recruited members of NATO, which will then fight for the Rothschild empire.

Read the rest:

Anonymous said...

I care not what someone suspects, the fact as I see it is that the most wealthy families in the world hold private trusts in which their wealth is stored. This is the reason you will not find them on any seriously researched 'Rich list'.
The individuals hold very little wealth, everything is held in Trust.
Their is a distinct difference between private & public.

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Fungus the Photo! said...


Abolish income taxes, they discourage endeavour a little.

But! Tax all property! Trusts and nominee accounts at the highest rate. Business assets particularly!

All assets.

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