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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    It's an interesting concept this Rothschild mob. A lot of attention piled onto them and the Royals as well. If they truly did control the world as a lot believe, then they would surely keep themselves out of the limelight. Not hard when all the media are owned by a small group, and the internet at very source could scrub any references to them. On top of that, the Royals are a constitutional "appointment" rather than a hereditary fiefdom.

    Probably better to look towards the old families who do not feature in the rich lists than this Rothschild cliche.
    The only time the Rothschilds have any "attention" on them is when they want it! The western media gets the vast majority of its "news " from two sources, then they repeat this news rather than report it, the two sources are Reuters and Associated press, both owned by the Rothschild family, they also own the economist as well as many other publications, in other words they control the news to a large degree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airportwo View Post
    the two sources are Reuters and Associated press, both owned by the Rothschild family,

    They are not.

    However you do not need to own something to control it.

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    None, and for quite obvious reasons.
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    The wealth of that ^ family is so (singularly) vast,...it cannot measured by using the normal "rich list" guidelines.


    Thrid times a charm... they are in the Sunday Times rich list. Each individual member of the family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    you do not need to own something to control it.
    They've learned very well how to hide what they control...and how to hide their true wealth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    They've learned very well how to hide what they control

    Just like the Federal Reserve.

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    ^^^ ?

    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.75)]The House of Zionist Rothschild bought Reuters news service in the 1800's. Within the last 20 years, Reuters bought the Associated Press. Now the Elite own the two largest wire services in the world, where most newspapers get their news. The Rothschilds have control of all three U.S. Networks, plus other aspects of the recording and mass media industry according to research by Eustice Mullins in his book 'Who Owns the TV Networks'.[/COLOR]
    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.75)]"Not a single announcement will reach the public without our control. Even now this is already being attained by us inasmuch as all news items are received by a few agencies, in whose offices they are focused from all parts of the world. These agencies will then be already entirely ours and will give publicity only to what we dictate to them." - Protocol 12:4 The Protocols of the Elders of Zion[/COLOR]
    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.75)]"In 1913 Jacob Schiff sets up the Anti Defamation League (ADL) in the United States. This organisation is FORMED TO SLANDER ANYONE WHO QUESTIONS OR CHALLENGES THE ZIONIST ROTHSCHILD GLOBAL CONSPIRACY AS BEING ANTI-SEMITIC."[/COLOR]

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    Looks like a load of clickbate bullshit to me. It's not true. The Rothschilds, like the monarchy, are the bull fighters cape, keeping you distracted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    The Rothschilds, like the monarchy, are the bull fighters cape, keeping you distracted.
    So they're upper level management...for who?

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    Kuntsler gives me a giggle now and then... btw, how's that Santa Clause rally coming along?

    A Fretful Holiday
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    A Fretful Holiday - Kunstler

    Many threads to tug on at the close of this tumultuous work-week before the supreme holiday of white privilege rolls through, all silver bells and hovering angels. It took hours of rumination and prayer to arrive at a coherent notion about the strange doings in Gen. Mike Flynn’s sentencing hearing, but here goes: Judge Emmet Sullivan sent Gen Flynn to the doghouse for three months to reconsider his guilty plea. The judge may believe that Gen. Flynn needs to contest the charge in open court, where all the Special Prosecutor’s janky evidence will be subject to discovery and review. Mr. Mueller tried to toss a wrecking bar into the proceedings the day before by pressing charges against two of Gen. Flynn’s colleagues in the Turkish lobbying gambit, which was meant to terrify Gen. Flynn as a hint that separate charges would be dumped on him if he doesn’t play ball. A lot can happen in three months, including the arrival of a new Attorney General, and we’ll leave it there for the moment.


    The stopgap spending bill before congress — to avert a government shut-down — is based on the comical idea that the money is actually there to spend. Everyone with half a brain knows that it’s not money but “money,” a hypothetical abstraction composed of hopes and wishes. The USA is worse than broke. It’s down to liquidating its rehypothecated hypotheticals. After all, financialization added up to money with its value removed. The global credit markets seem to be sensing this as the tide of borrowings retreats, exposing all the wretched, slimy creatures wheezing in the exposed mudflats who have no idea how to service their old loans or generate credible new ones. But, no matter. We’ll continue pretending until the US$ flies up its own cloacal aperture and vanishes.


    Contingent on that exercise is “money” for Mr. Trump’s promised-and-requested border wall. The wall is really a symbol for the nation’s unwillingness to set a firm policy on immigration. Half of the political spectrum refuses to even make a basic distinction between people who came here legally and those who snuck in and broke the law. They’ve super-glued themselves to that position not on any plausible principle, but because they’re desperate to corral Hispanic votes — and notice how eager they are to get non-citizens on the voting rolls. Their mouthpiece, The New York Times, even ran an op-ed today, None of Us Deserve Citizenship, (is that even grammatical?) arguing that we should let everybody and anybody into the country because of our longstanding wickedness.


    The simple resolve to firmly and politely send interlopers back across the border would go a long way to providing border security, but we’ve allowed this process to be litigated into incoherence so that it is increasingly impossible to enforce the existing rules. Mr. Trump’s wall is an acknowledgement of that failure to agree on lawful action to defend the border. It evokes the works of past empires, like the wall built across Britain by the Roman emperor Hadrian to keep out the warlike, filthy, blue-faced Scots, or the Great Wall of China built to block marauding Mongols. Of course, these societies didn’t have closed circuit TV, drones, laser sensors, four-wheel-drive landcruisers, and night-vision goggles. I’m not persuaded that the US really requires Mr. Trump’s wall, but it does require a functioning consensus that national borders mean something, and the president’s argument is a lever to produce that consensus.


    In the meantime, the condition of the US economy, which Mr. Trump has boasted is roaring on his account, wobbles badly. It has been based for two decades on a three-card-monte trade set-up in which China sends us amazingly cheap products and we send them IOUs (dollars, i.e. Federal Reserve promissory notes). It was not an arrangement bound to last. And it entailed a lot of mischief around the theft of complex intellectual property. The damage there appears to be already done. China may have enough computer mojo now to make all kinds of trouble in the world. Of course, China will have enough political and economic trouble when its Molto-Ponzi banking system flies apart, so I would not assume that they are capable of attaining the kind of world domination that scenario-gamers in the US Intel-and-Military offices dream up.


    To me, these disturbances and machinations suggest the unravelling of the arrangements we’ve called “globalism.” That’s what we face most acutely in 2019, along with the fragile conditions in banking, markets, and currencies that can put the schnitz on supply lines as everybody and his uncle around the world fear that they will never get paid. It all makes for a suspenseful holiday. Bake as many cookies as you can while the fixings are still there and stuff a few in your ammunition box for the fretful days ahed.

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