Continued from the The Rothschilds in the 19th-20th Century article.
Alphonse (1827–1905), of the French House bank and ‘New Trinity’, was the 4th head of the House of Rothschild. He was an aristocratic man and friend of many prominent leaders of his day. He was also an adulterer, his most notable affair being with the Comtesse de Castiglione. He and his wife were called ‘the most lavish entertainers of their day’. The sophisticated Alphonse was friends with Belgium’s King Leopold and England’s Prince of Wales.
He also improved upon his inherited network of Rothschild agents, an underground system that would continue to grow well after his death. He was one of best informed men of his day. His older sister Charlotte (1825–1899) married Nathaniel (1812–1870) of the English House. His brother Gustave (1829–1911) also had an affair with the Comtesse de Castiglione. His youngest brother, Edmond #1 (1845–1934) was a genius and a main figure in the creation of a Jewish homeland in Israel.
He helped divide the world’s oil between Shell and the Rockefeller’s Standard Oil. His other brother Salomon James (1835–1864) married a Frankfurt Rothschild and is the subject of a weird circumstance described by biographer Virginia Cowles. In 1864 Baron James’ third son, the brilliantly clever Salomon James, dropped dead. The boy had become a compulsive gambler which had caused his father great anxiety, as anyone with the Rothschild name was given unlimited financial credit.
DE ROTHSCHILD FRERES
De Rothschild Freres, the French House bank, was very powerful. It got its hands into electrical industries, the development of the Mediterranean Railway and North African business. It also controlled, with the British House, the Baku oil fields in Russia, which made the Rothschilds the main competitors of the Rockefeller trust. The oil business was principly run by Edmond #1.
When Alphonse died in 1905, the new generation of the French House came under the charge of Baron Edouard (1868–1949) a quiet and very rich man. Edouard was a director of the Bank of France. Baron Edouard also ran the de Rothschild Freres with his cousin, Robert (1880–1946, who married a Beer), son of Gustave (Robert’s sister, Alice Caroline married Sir Edward A. Sassoon). These two carried de Rothschild Freres through the tumult of the first world war.
Their policies were passive, as they were extremely protective of the family wealth. Baron Edouard and Robert had close business dealings with JP Morgan. One of the operations of the Morgan-French Rothschild combine, involved economic manipulation that allowed the Vienna House to almost fully regain the losses that the Austrian Rothschilds had incurred during WWI.
The son of Edmond #1, James Armand (1878–1957) carried on the Israel work of his father. James Armand’s brother Maurice (1881–1957) was the black sheep of the Rothschild’s new French generation.
Maurice was a banker, a Senator in the French Parliament and a very scandalous figure in the aristocratic scene. He was known as Don Juan de Rothschild.
BRITISH HOUSE, LATE 19TH AND EARLY 20TH
Lionel de Rothschild (1808–1879) of the ‘New Trinity’, brought the British House into the late 19th century. Lionel was a very powerful man. He ran New Court shrewdly and financed many prominent ventures, such as Cecil Rhodes’ gold and diamond mines, and the purchase of the Suez Canal. He was also the first Jewish member of Parliament. His sister, Charlotte (1807–1859) married another member of the ‘New Trinity’, Anselm (1803–1874) of Vienna.
Another sister, Louise (1820–1894) married Mayer Carl (1820–1886) of the soon-to-be extinct Italian House. Lionel’s brother Anthony (1810–1876) – who described the Rothschilds as ‘complete slaves to business’, married Louise MONTEFIORE (1821–1910) and was knighted by the Queen – thus Sir Anthony de Rothschild. Lionel’s next brother, Nathaniel (1812–1870) was the father of the Mouten Rothschilds. Nathaniel, though of the British House, loved France and moved to Paris in 1851.
In 1853 he bought vineyards that became known as Mouton Rothschild and he lived at these vineyards several months of the year. His descendants, the Mouton Rothschilds, are citizens of France but are of the British House. Another of Lionel’s brothers, Baron Mayer, Mayer Amschel de Rothschild (1818–1874), politician, horse breeder married Juliana COHEN (1831–1877).
Mayer built a spectacular house, Mentmore Towers. The Mentmore Towers were turned over to Mayer’s daughter, Hannah, when he died. Hannah married the Earl of Roseberry in 1878. The Earl of Roseberry became Prime Minister of England in 1894-95. The Mentmore Towers are still owned today by the son of Hannah, the current Earl of Roseberry.
NATHANIEL ‘NATTY’ DE ROTHSCHILD
The Baron Mayer de Rothschild was a member of Parliament (never made a speech), and loved horse breeding and racing. He was the sporting member of the family. When Lionel died in 1879 a new generation of British Rothschild appeared on the scene led by Lionel’s aristocratic son, Nathaniel (Natty) de Rothschild (1840–1915). Natty took control of New Court, the Rothschild’s British Bank.
He was elected to the House of Commons in 1865 and then, in 1885, Queen victoria made him a Lord and he entered the House of Lords, as the first Lord Rothschild. The Intelligent and extroverted Natty was an ornate speechmaker, unlike his father, Lionel and uncle Mayer. Lord Natty has been described as exclusive, lofty, humorless, ‘one of the three rudest men in England’, selective, blunt, aloof, powerful and a man with an explosive temper.
A perfect representative of the ruling class. Said one biographer: “Although Natty lacked the soaring Intelligence of his rough, unsociable grand father (Nathan, 2nd head of the Rothschilds) he had a strong personality and the authoritative air of a man who is not accustomed to being contradicted”. Lord Natty was a good friend of Prime Ministers Disraeli and Gladstone. He played the philanthropy game of the rich very well.
The powerful head of New Court was known for his charities, especially to the Jews. He was called ‘King of the Jews’, as have many other Rothschilds. The haughty Lord Rothschild was even chairman of the British Red Cross. Lord Natty won the hearts of the London police (an effective measure when one is in the Illuminati). Every Christmas he presented them with a ‘handsome cheque’ and any officer could receive a four course meal at his home.
NEW COURT WAS VERY POWERFUL
Rothschild carriages were always given the right of way in traffic. In business Lord Natty was very conservative. He did not take very many risks and looked only for safe family investments. His self-confidence told him to manage his wealth himself and not trust his investments with people who might strike a painful blow to his riches. Natty was brusque and humorless and did not suffer fools gladly.
Nor could he allow his money Into the hands of a fool, caution was a necessary device as far as he was concerned. New Court was very powerful at this time, it controlled the Ruby Mines in Burma and the banks operations covered most of South America. Brazil was the Rothschild’s ‘preserve’ in South America, as Argentina was the ‘preserve’ of London’s other major banking family – the Barings.
While Lord Natty’s two brothers, Alfred and Leo, helped run New Court, Natty was almost totally calling the shots. Natty stood for finance, Alfred for the arts, Leo for sport.
Natty became good friends with the son of the Queen, the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) and soon the Prince was close friends with most of the British House and others of the Rothschild clan, Including Natty’s brothers, Alfred and Leo. The group of friends became known as ‘The Marlborough Boys’, named after the Prince’s Marlborough House at which they regularly gathered.
THE MARLBOROUGH BOYS
‘The Marlborough Boys’ were intent on having fun. The small circle of partiers were living a life where “wit took precedence over etiquette” The Prince probably had a hand in convincing the Queen to grant Natty peerage. The Rothschilds were suspected, rightfully so, of financing the Prince’s investments and paying off his debts.
As you can see, Rothschild influence extends far and wide. Alfred, Lord Natty’s brother, was an eccentric man. He had a zebra four-in-hand, a pet goat, a private philharmonic which he conducted and a private circus which he would ringmaster. Needless to say, the Baron Alfred was a man with flair. “He loved music, clothes, furniture, paintings, beautiful women and, above all, luxury”.
He was also Involved in business – he worked at New Court and was the first Jewish Director of the Bank of England. The Baron was among those in charge of the last rites over Disraelis’ dead body (Queen Victoria might have had an affair with Disraeli that the Rothschilds covered up). Alfred’s demeanor was like that of a diplomat and was very Interested in foreign affairs. He was instrumental in easing the English – German tensions around the turn of the century.
It was not to the Rothschilds benefit to have war. Alfred parted with tradition when he gave, in his will, his great wealth to his daughter. His daughter, in turn, used some of that Rothschild money to fund the expedition into Egypt that discovered Tutankhamen’s grave. Lord Natty’s other brother, Baron Leopold de Rothschild, was not much of a businessman. He much more preferred horse racing and automobiles.
He had the reputation of being a kind man. His wife, Maria Perugia, was the sister of Mrs. Arthur Sassoon. The first world war supposedly hurt the British House financially (although it appears their missing riches only went underground), but as always they bounced right back (in the eyes of the public). Thus a new British House of Rothschild began the 20th century, lofty Lord Natty leading the way.
AUSTRIAN HOUSE, LATE 19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURY
Baron Anselm von Rothschild, of the ‘New Trinity’, brought the Austrian House to the close of the 19th century. Anselm lived under the reputation of his father, Salomon, and his uncle, Amschel (with whom he spent a good deal of his time). But he did not necessarily ride their coat tails, he proved his worth. His most notable act being the creation Creditanstalt, which destroyed the financial challenger of the Rothschilds, Credit Mobilier.
As a young man, Anselm was a bit wild and frivolous, so his father sent him away to apprentice. Anselm ended up working under his uncle Amschel in the Frankfurt bank. Frankfurt mellowed hlm and he lived there for 30 years. When his father died in 1855, Anselm returned to Vienna to take his father’s place. He became a very active businessman. Anselm had influence in the Habsburg court.
Baron Anselm’s name was inscribed in the Golden Book of the capital and in 1861 he had been made a member of the Imperial House of Lords. He also knew how to incur his wrath. One club in Austria refused him membership because be was a Jew. Baron Anselm simply bought a sewage disposable unit and installed it right next to the club. The smell was horrible.
The club then tried to give him a membership card, to mend the problem, but he returned the card doused in perfume and informed them that he would not move his sewage unit. The Rothschilds set off the financial crisis of 1873 in Vienna. SM Rothschild und Sohne totally controlled Hungarian finance. Creditanstalt was the financial powerhouse of the Habsburg realm. Anselm’s children carried on in Vienna after he died in 1874.
Albert was afraid of the common people and he built a mansion that was more of a citadel than a house. Its walls were seven feet high and on top of that sat another eight feet of iron fencing. Anselm’s second son, Baron Ferdinand, was a member of Prince Edward’s ‘Marlborough Boys’. He remained in England, becoming a naturalized citizen. ‘Ferdy’, as he was called, was an intellectual socialite.
He built an Incredibly grandiose mansion named Waddeson Manor, one of the most awesome of all the Rothschild homes. The Manor was so marvelous that the Queen herself paid it a visit. Visitors to its halls ranged from the Empress Frederick to the Shah of Persia. Ferdinand also had a zoo. One of Anselm’s daughters, Alice, also moved to England. The unmarried Alice was a very ‘tyrannical’ person.
She even yelled at the Queen when she saw her Inadvertently trampling a flower-bed. The Queen and Alice remained friends and the Queen nicknamed Alice ‘The Al Powerful’. When Ferdinand died, Alice received Waddeson Manor. Head of the Austrian House, Albert died in 1911.
THE MORGAN CONNECTION
George Peabody, a Massachusetts’s trader, set up a banking house – George Peabody & Co. in London in 1837. He became regarded as a financial ambassador in London. Carrol Quigley attributes the use of tax-exempt foundations for manipulation of society to Peabody, seen in his IllumInati Peabody foundation. Daniel Colt Gilman, a member of the Skull & Bones and first President of the Carnegie Institution, was involved in the establishment of the Peabody foundation.
He was in such high regard by the elite that they have erected a statue of him across from the Bank of England. Peabody was getting old and needed a younger partner. Junius Morgan, of Hartford, Connetticut, was recommended to Peabody. In 1854 Junius and his family arrived in London to join George Peabody & Co. When the elite’s concocted American Civil War broke out, Peabody and Junius Morgan raised loans for the North.
It appears JunIus played both sides of the war. Junius was one of the Rothschild agents who shipped supplies to the South. When Peabody retired in 1864 Junius took over the business. The firm was re-named JS Morgan & Co. That same year Junius’ son, JP Morgan, became a junior partner in the firm. A year later JP left for America to represent the firm in New York.
After the end of the Franco-Prussian War, Junius Morgan was called on to help restore the French economy. Around this time, his bank was talked of as a rival to the Rothschild’s New Court, but Junius was a Rothschild agent, when he prospered, so prospered the Rothschilds and the Illuminati. JS Morgan & Co. was one of the Rothschild’s great power tools in the United States. In 1869 JunIus’ son, JP Morgan went to London to meet with the Rothschilds.
They laid out the plans to form Northern Securities, a company that would act as an agent for New Court in the US, JP ruling as a proxy for the family. In 1871 Junius’ son, JP Morgan, made an alliance with Tony Drexel, heir to the powerful Philadelphia bank. Their firm, Drexel, Morgan & Co., resided in an extravagant new building on Wall St., which is still Morgan headquarters today.
After the Europeans got over their lack of confidence at the end of the CIvil War, money began to stream across the ocean to the US, providing massive profit for the firm. It set out to finance the growing number of industrial projects in America. The House of Morgan was getting extremely rich. Junius retired in 1879 and JP took over JS Morgan & Co., reorganizing it under the title JP Morgan & Co..
JP Morgan soon became a symbol of the growing centralization of American money. He was very monopolistic. His agents would create cartels through ‘Morganization’. By 1896 the IllumInati families Payne, Whitney and the Vanderbilts all had money in Morgan-Guarantee Company which was run by the JP Morgan and Guggenheim outfits. At a certain point he controlled nearly half the American railroad system.
He established the United States Steel Corp. (based on Andrew Carnegie’s Pittsburgh Steel mills) In 1901 by raising the unprecedented amount of $1.4 billion. JP was adept at creating financial syndicates for the Illuminati joint efforts to further the ‘Great Plan’. President William McKinley (1843-1901) began prosecuting the Rothschild’s Morgan-run Northern Securities under the anti-trust laws in 1900.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT – COMPLETELY ILLUMINATUS
In 1901 McKinley ran for a second term and appointed a new vice-president, Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt, a lock, stock and barrel Illuminatus. Less than a year later he was assassinated. When Teddy became president the prosecution of Northern Securities stopped. For this reason some people think McKinley’s death was ordered by JP Morgan and the Rothschilds. He was able to set up a syndicate, with the help of a Rothschild agent, August Belmont, Jr., that bailed the US out of a Treasury depletion.
The syndicate raised $65 billion in gold. The sum would be repaid by an issue of bonds. JP received some criticism for the strict terms of the deal. For 5 months in early 1907, JP Morgan was in Europe, traveling back and forth between London and Paris, presumably visiting the Rothschild House’s there. A Ralph Epperson writes: “Apparently the reason Morgan was in Europe was because the decision was being made to have Morgan precipitate a bank panic in America.
When he returned, he started rumors that the Knickerbocker Bank in New York was insolvent.” Panic ensued. People began a mass withdrawal of their deposits – a run. The Knickerbocker run had a domino effect, other banks had runs and the Panic of 1907 was complete. JP Morgan oversaw the banking communities response to the Panic of 1907. The whole Incident helped the elite push for a central bank.
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