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Conspiracies, CoverUps, Truths,
Facts, Oddities, Research
THE ROTHSCHILD DYNASTY
(Condesced from "Descent Into Slavery" by Des Griffin, Chapter Five)
For many years the words international banker, Rothschild, Money and Gold
have held a mystical type of fascination for many people around the world but
particularly in the United States.
Over the years in the United States, the international bankers have come in for
a great deal of criticism by a wide variety of individuals who have held high
offices of public trust - men whose opinions are worthy of note and whose
responsibilities placed them in positions where they knew what was going on
behind the scenes in politics and high finance.
President Andrew Jackson, the only one of our presidents whose administration
totally abolished the National Debt, condemned the international bankers as a
"den of vipers" which he was determined to "rout out" of the fabric of
American life. Jackson claimed that if only the American people understood
how these vipers operated on the American scene "there would be a revolution
Congressman Louis T. McFadden who, for more than ten years, served as
chairman of the Banking and Currency Committee, stated that the international
bankers are a "dark crew of financial pirates who would cut a man's throat to
get a dollar out of his pocket... They prey upon the people of these United
John F. Hylan, then mayor of New York, said in 1911 that "the real menace of
our republic is the invisible government which, like a giant octopus, sprawls its
slimy length over our city, state and nation. At the head is a small group of
banking houses, generally referred to as 'international bankers.'"
Were these leading public figures correct in their assessment of the situation, or
were they the victims of some exotic form of paranoia?
Let's examine history analytically and unemotionally and uncover the facts.
The truth, as it unfolds, will prove to be eye-opening and educational to those
who are seeking to more clearly understand the mind-boggling events that have
been (and are) taking place on the national and international scenes.
Europe, towards the end of the eighteenth century or at the time of the
American Revolution, was very different from what we know in the same area
today. It was composed of a combination of large and small kingdoms, duchies
and states which were constantly engaged in squabbles among themselves.
Most people were reduced to the level of serfs - with no political rights. The
meager 'privileges' that were granted to them by their 'owners' could be
withdrawn at a moment's notice.
It was during this period of time that a young man appeared on the European
scene who was to have a tremendous impact on the future course of world
history; his name was Mayer Amschel Bauer. In later years his name, which he
had changed, became synonamous with wealth, power and influence. He was
the first of the Rothschilds - the first truly international banker!
Mayer Amschel Bauer was born in Frankfurt-On-The-Main in Germany in
1743. He was the son of Moses Amschel Bauer, an itinerant money lender and
goldsmith who, tiring of his wanderings in Eastern Europe, decided to settle
down in the city where his first son was born. He opened a shop, or counting
house, on Judenstrasse (or Jew Street). Over the door leading into the shop he
placed a large Red Shield.
At a very early age Mayer Amschel Bauer showed that he possessed immense
intellectual ability, and his father spent much of his time teaching him
everything he could about the money lending business, and the lessons he had
learned from many sources. The older Bauer originally hoped to have his son
trained as a Rabbi but the father's untimely death put an end to such plans.
A few years after his father's death Mayer Amschel Bauer went to work as a
clerk in a bank owned by the Oppenheimers in Hannover. His superior ability
was quickly recognized and his advancement within the firm was swift. He was
awarded a junior partnership.
Shortly thereafter he returned to Frankurt where he was able to purchase the
business his father had established in 1750. The big Red Shield was still
displayed over the door. Recognizing the true significance of the Red Shield
(his father had adopted it as his emblem from the Red Flag which was the
emblem of the revolutionary minded Jews in Eastern Europe), Mayer Amschel
Bauer changed his name to Rothschild; in this way the House of Rothschild
came into being.
The base for a vast accmulation of wealth was laid during the 1760s when
Amschel Rothschild renewed his acquaintance with General von Estorff for
whom he ran errands while employed at the Oppenheimer Bank.
When Rothschild discovered that the general, who was now attached to the
court of Prince William of Hanau, was interested in rare coins he decided to
take full advantage of the situation. By offering valuable coins and trinkets at
discount prices he soon ingratiated himself with the general and other
influential members of the court.
One day he was ushered into the presence of Prince William himself. His
Highness bought a handel of his rarest medals and coins. This was the first
transaction between a Rothschild and a head of state. Soon Rothschild was
doing business with other princes.
Before long Rothschild tried another ploy to secure an 'in' with various local
princes - and to further his own aims! He wrote them letters that played on their
princely vanity while asking them for their patronage. A typical letter would
"It has been my particular high and good fortune to serve your lofty princely
Serenity at various times and to your most gracious satisfaction. I stand ready
to exert all my energies and my entire fortune to serve your lofty princely
serenity whenever in future it shall please you to command me. An especially
powerful incentive to this end would be given me if your lofty princely serenity
were to distinguish me with an appointment as one of your Highness' Court
Factors. I am making bold to beg for this with the more confidence in the
assurance that by so doing I am not giving any trouble; while for my part such
a distinction would lift up my commercial standing and be of help to me in
many other ways that I feel certain thereby to make my own way and fortune
here in the city of Franfurt."
His tactics paid off. On September 21, 1769, Rothschild was able to nail a sign
bearing the arms of Hess-Hanau to the front of his shop. In gold characters it
read: "M. A. Rothschild, by appointment court factor to his serene highness,
Prince William of Hanau."
In 1770 Rothschild married Gutele Schnaper who was aged seventeen. They
had a large family consisting of five sons and five daughters. Their sons were
Amschel, Salomon, Nathan, Kalmann (Karl) and Jacob (James).
History records that William of Hanau, "whose crest had been famous in
Germany since the Middle Ages," was a dealer in human flesh. For a price the
Prince, who was closely related to the various royal families of Europe, would
rent out troops to any nation. His best customer was the British government
which wanted troops for such projects as trying to keep the American colonists
He did exceptionally well with his 'rent-a-troop' business. When he died he left
the largest fortune ever accumulated in Europe to that time, $200,000,000.
Rothschild biographer Frederic Morton describes William as "Europe's most
blue-cold blooded loan shark" (The Rothschilds, Fawcett Crest, 1961, p. 40).
Rothschild became an agent for this 'human cattle' dealer. He must have
worked diligently in his new position of responsibility because, when William
was forced to flee to Denmark, he left 600,000 pounds (then valued at
$3,000,000) with Rothschild for safekeeping.
According to the late Commander William Guy Carr, who was an Intelligence
Officer in the Royal Canadian Navy, and who had excellent contacts in
intelligence circles around the world, the founder of the House of Rothschild
drew up plans for the creation of the Illuminati and then entrusted Adam
Weishaupt with its organization and development.
Sir Walter Scott, in the second volume of his Life of Napoleon, states that the
French Revolution was planned by the Illuminati and was financed by the
money changers of Europe. Interestingly enough, the above book (which this
author has both seen and read) is the only book written by Scott that is not
listed under his name in any of the 'authoritative' reference works. It is now a