For years activists and researchers have been predicting that the ruling class would begin coming out of the shadows when the world was on the verge of economic collapse, to offer the preplanned solution to the problem that they themselves created.
Interestingly enough, in the past week two different members of the Rothschild family have come forward in rare media appearances and editorials to give their comments on the global financial crisis and its implications. They have not yet announced the establishment of a one world currency or massive tax hikes yet, but that’s what many are expecting. Right now though, it seems as if they are just getting warmed up to the media and setting the tone for future political action.
Just afew days ago I reported on an interview that Sir Evelyn de Rothschild had with a well established British news source. In the interview, Rothschild discussed the need to “reinvent capitalism”, referencing the work of John Maynard Keynes and Karl Marx in a positive light. As I mentioned in my article earlier this week, the aristocrats favor the expansion and centralization of political control, so these are the sorts of “solutions” that we can expect them to offer in the coming months and years.
Now less than a week later Lynn Forester de Rothschild has written an editorial that has gone viral through financial news circuits, with the same general plan and rhetoric that we heard from Sir Evelyn De Rothschild, as if both media announcements were a part of a planned public relations campaign.
According to her Wikipedia page:
“Lynn Forester de Rothschild was introduced to Sir Evelyn de Rothschild byHenry Kissinger at the 1998 Bilderberg Group conference in Scotland,and they married on November 30, 2000 in London, England, after Rothschild (almost 23 years older than Forester) had left his wife and three children. She is his third wife. On the announcement of the marriage, the de Rothschild couple were invited to spend their honeymoon at theWhite House. The couple splits their time between New York and London.”
Her article is titled “How Capitalism Can Repair Its Bruised Image”, but before we get too deep into that, it is important to address their use of the word capitalism, and to do so I am going to cite my article from last year, “Has Capitalism Ever Existed in America”. Therein i pick apart the semantics of the term, saying that:
“Recently there has been a lot of discussion about capitalism in the news and among activists. Many people are taking stances on either one side of the issue or the other, but very few are stopping to consider the fact that capitalism may have never even existed. This concept may come as a surprise to some, but it shouldn’t. If you examine most of the words used to describe our society such as democracy, freedom, representative or capitalism, you will find that these words are simply abstract euphemisms which are used to disguise the true nature of authoritarian civilization.
We are supposed to believe that we are represented by people who don’t represent us, that we are somehow “free” in a situation where we are constantly being exploited and ordered around. Much in the same way that we are told we are “free” in our personal lives, we are also told that we are “free” in our financial lives. The word “democracy” is used to make our oppressive political system seem more benevolent and legitimate, while the term “capitalism” is used to give the impression that we operate under a “free market” economy. Obviously, neither are true.
Capitalism itself has been defined many different ways, but the rights to private property, as well as private production of goods and a free market economy, cross over between all of these definitions. Currently none of the above rights are being fully respected in the United States and most Western countries that claim to be capitalist. Sure, at face value it may seem like these ideas are prevalent in Western culture, but when you take a look at property taxes, government subsidies for big corporations and the mountain of red tape faced by entrepreneurs it should become painfully obvious that capitalism has probably never existed in this country; perhaps it has never even existed in this world.
The system that we have in place today could more accurately be called fascism, mercantilism or cartelism. These words describe a system where the elite use their power in government to control the rest of society, as well as prop up their businesses by eliminating competition through the political system. The monolithic corporations that now exist would have never been able to grow into what they are today without the help of government intervention and protection. Without government intervention, the infamous lobbyists in Washington would become obsolete because there would no longer be any ability to manipulate the marketplace through bribes or coercion. Government intervention and protection is the primary means by which the world’s biggest corporations have devastated their competition and developed massive monopolies.
In a system of true free market capitalism there would be absolutely no need for a government, because any “service” that is apparently provided by the government can actually be better handled by entrepreneurs. In today’s system we don’t have independent businesses working on a level playing field, instead we are left with a few massive corporations and cartels that use their power in government to maintain their monopolies and stomp out their competition. This is the very definition of fascism — the merger of state and corporate power — this is the dominant economic system in the world, and has been for centuries, in various different forms.”
In this new article from Lynn Forester de Rothschild she attempts to scapegoat business owners for the collapse and unrest that the ruling class which she is a part of has created. In the article she points out that:
“The need is acute, because the general public’s sense of disenfranchisement goes well beyond the Occupy Wall Street movement or protesters on the streets of Athens and Madrid. A recent poll by the Public Religion Research Institute found that 70 percent of white working-class Americans, 78 percent of blacks, and 69 percent of Hispanics believe that the US economic system “unfairly favors the wealthy.””
We have a system that favors the wealthy for many reasons, and it has very little to do with average business owners. One of the primary reasons that a system such as this exists is because ruling class families like the Rothschilds use their control of the money supply to manipulate the marketplace and use the government to write their crimes into law.
Yet in the next paragraph, Lynn Forester suggests that the class struggle that we face today falls under the responsibility of the business owners. It is important to mention that when a Rothschild talks about business owners, they are certainly not speaking of themselves, but rather of their competition, the competition that they use government to force out of the market.
In the next paragraph she says that:
“Businesses can help combat such views—and help themselves in the process—by taking specific steps to make capitalism more inclusive. Yes, “inclusiveness” has been invoked in pursuit of dubious social-engineering ends, but in this case it is appropriate to describe what businesses can do to better share the fruits of capitalism with those who have been excluded.”
The article goes on to suggest a variation of investment strategies that she feels larger businesses should take with smaller businesses to enrich the workplace, and suggests that workers should have more access to available jobs, but really fails to draw any comparison to the ruling class or the forced monopolization of the marketplace. Not that anyone would have expected her on any other Rothschild to reveal such a truth.
The Rothschilds are one of the wealthiest of the ruling class bloodlines and share the biggest piece of the global tax and land plunder with the Merovingian bloodline, then with the Rockefellers following close behind.
The hierarchy of these families is still heavily debated, but many agree that these three specific bloodlines have significant global influence.
These family lines can be traced back to the feudal nobility of the middle ages and they are still in control of the majority of the world’s attainable wealth. They also own most of earths land surface and they continue to influence global policy in many ways.
The primary way that the Rothschild bloodline has maintained their control, is through monopolizing the money supplies of entire countries. This allows them to covertly extract wealth from billions of people through their governments without them even realizing it.
It is likely that we will see a more public involvement in economic debates from these families as the fiat currencies of the world begin their implosion.
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J.G. Vibes is the author of an 87 chapter counter culture textbook called Alchemy of the Modern Renaissance, a staff writer and reporter for The Intel Hub and host of a show called Voluntary Hippie Radio.
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