The Rothschild conspiracy explained in 4 minutes


not a bad video..most of the readers wont find anything new in it but its a good one to pass onto friends and family who maybe a little hypnotized or zombified..


~ by seeker401 on March 31, 2016.

10 Responses to “The Rothschild conspiracy explained in 4 minutes”

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  2. So what is left now, for South Korea to help North Korea join/ become indebted to the IMF?

    Or has North Korea blackmailed the U.S. and or China for enough money for Uranium to buy in themselves?

    It would seem ‘they’, the Rothschild aka Vatican International Banksters, just about have the entire world tangled in their dirty little web of deceit, no wonder they are so sure of their New World order…..

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  4. i’ve read the whole rothschilds-own-all-the-central-banks-but-a-few thing over and over for years, and it certainly seems believable, but is there any serious research demonstrating that one family owns or controls all the central banks?

    • trying to glean information like that is nearly impossible..even trying to find out who controls aussie banks is a tangled web..and thats how they like it..we do know the Rothschild boys were all assigned different countries in europe..i suppose from that its plausible to think all countries would have some sort of trail leading back to familiar names and dynasties..but good luck getting anything concrete..

      The Rothschild family is a wealthy family descending from Mayer Amschel Rothschild, a court Jew to the German Landgraves of Hesse-Kassel, in the Free City of Frankfurt, who established his banking business in the 1760s.[1] Unlike most previous court Jews, Rothschild managed to bequeath his wealth, and established an international banking family through his five sons,[2] who established themselves in London, Paris, Vienna, Naples and modern Frankfurt.

    • It’s more about control, rather than ownership, I deduce: either direct, like the Bank of England or indirect, in most of the cases, through the chain of sovereign debt in the hands of banks &/or private investors which practically always leads to the usual suspects.
      In a survey I read recently about the debt of a small European country form the beginning of the XX it turned out that the whole $ amount of what the country exported for decades went to pay the interests of the loans hold by Deutsche Bank & Co…Little remained to the country except for the bribes for the administrative who used to sign the loans and make the public tenders granted to the companies linked to the same “usual suspects”.
      The play we saw in 2015 repeats has been repeated over and over for the last century or so in as many countries as they could get their usury-hends on…

  5. great post.

  6. great post

  7. another clip of T.L. which i havent seen b4

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