Wednesday, May 14, 2014

They are Killing Off Rothschild Family Members - Media Silence

Part I
View the following video. Nine Rothschild family members were killed at Sotheby's by an assassin named James Casbolt a.k.a. Michael Prince. No trial, no convictions. Just business. Killings occurred in 2012.

Part II

Heir To Rothschild Empire Found Dead In Paris Hotel

by on June 13, 2011

Amschel Rothschild, the man many believed would be the prestigious Rothschild Bank’s next leader, hanged himself in a Paris luxury hotel, a newspaper reported Thursday.

Rothschild’s body was found by a cleaning lady Monday in his room at the Hotel Bristol, not far from the presidential Elysee Palace, the Paris daily Le Parisien said. Rothschild, 41, was widely expected to take over the British merchant bank N.M. Rothschild and Sons.

Police officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, told the paper the banker hanged himself. Both the bank and the Rothschild family refused to comment on the death.

Rothschild was appointed chief executive of Rothschild Asset Management in 1990, later becoming its chairman. The moves led to speculation that he was being prepared to succeed his cousin Sir Evelyn Rothschild as chairman of the family bank.

The Rothschild family gained prominence by financing such projects as the construction of European railroads and the British military campaign that led to the final defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo in 1815.

Rothschild is survived by his wife, Anita Guinness, a son, and two daughters.

Funeral arrangements were not announced but were expected to be private.

Heir To Rothschild Empire Found Dead In Paris Hotel
Amschel Rothschild, the man who many people believed was in line to lead the Rothschild family’s legendary banking dynasty, committed suicide this week, the company said today.

N. M. Rothschild & Sons, the privately held family bank, confirmed that the death was a suicide after two French newspapers reported that a chambermaid had found him hanged in his room at the Bristol Hotel in Paris on Monday. But relatives of the 41-year-old Mr. Rothschild refused to give any details of his death, which was originally reported as having resulted from a heart attack.

Bankers in the City of London, the financial center where the bank is based, speculated only that he might have been unhappy about losses suffered at Rothschild Asset Management Ltd., the division he headed.

Mr. Rothschild oversaw something of a financial recovery at Rothschild Asset Management, but the bank as a whole has had static profit, especially when compared with those of another big, independent British investment bank, Schroders.

Indeed before his death, the rumor mill in the City of London was casting doubt on Amschel Rothschild’s prospects of inheriting the mantle of the banking empire. Some people said he had been depressed about the deaths of his parents and a split with his half-brother, Lord Rothschild, and his cousin Sir Evelyn Rothschild.

Amschel’s grandfather Charles committed suicide in 1923 while suffering from encephalitis, a brain illness.

“One has to realize the kind of pressure that someone who belongs to a family with that much money and that much in the public eye comes under,” said Derek Wilson, author of “Rothschild: A Story of Wealth and Power.”

“Some members thrive on it, and others don’t. Some want to be quiet people, but as a Rothschild you can never be that.”

Amschel Rothschild graduated from City University of London in 1976. Before joining the family business, he tried his hand for a time on the business side of journalism, working as circulation manager for a literary magazine, New Review, which is now defunct.

Mr. Rothschild, who is a member of the sixth generation of the family, entered the family business in 1988, rising to chairman of Rothschild Asset Management in 1990. Many experts said that put him in line to succeed Sir Evelyn, who is 64, as chairman of the entire bank.

Even then, people in London’s financial district said they thought that he was happier on his farm in Suffolk and while dabbling in auto racing and stunt-flying in his favorite biplane.

Financial experts in the City of London said that although the death of Amschel Rothschild would raise questions over succession, they did not believe that it would affect the performance of the Rothschild business.

The most likely candidate to succeed Sir Evelyn now appears to be a French cousin, David Rothschild, though there is some question as to whether the City’s British banking establishment would react well to working with a member of the French branch of the family.

Amschel’s brother, Lionel, is said to be a “gentleman farmer” who is not interested in being part of the banking business.

Sir Evelyn’s oldest son is considered too young for the job and is reported to have shown little interest in finance.




Tamohara dasa said...

thanks for this inside info, most interesting, and frankly, welcome.

Anonymous said...

Kill them all!

Unknown said...

So I'm not alone?

Unknown said...

So I'm not alone?

Larry Oping said...

Keep up the good work.

Honest & Descent Inhabitants of Earth only please. said...

Why are the Rothschilds so greedy and blood thirsty for war and all the death that comes with battle. If they hate us humans so much why don't they go and live in another solar system and let our humanity flourish. Please go Rothschilds you are not welcome on EARTH. GOOD BYE.

Unknown said...

Need the rest of rothschilds killed so rest of humanity can live normally please assassin's of earth hear my plea

Unknown said...

Well said!!!!

Unknown said...

It's a plea for the sake of humanity!

Mickey 12 said...

Agreed. No Rothschild should live.

Anonymous said...

I have no idea if this is true or not, I certainly hope so. I can't think of a more deserving group of people, as they have killed millions over the years. If true, keep out the outstanding work. You're a hero to humanity! Thank-you!

Anonymous said...

Out with.

Samuel said...

The world needs all these bastards dead, the federal reserve and all their other bullshit banks obliterated. Leave nothing but dust. Only then can we be free

lairdog said...

Have always wondered how these greedy bastards have gotten away with this 'cartel' of mafioso corruption for the past two hundred years !!! Good ridence...hope they all get wiped out !!!