“Have Rothschilds lost their hold on Russia?”

“All wars are banker’s wars!”

Have Rothschilds lost their hold on Russia?

Published on Thursday, 18 February 2016

Anthony Sutton’s Wall St and the Bolshevik Revolution revealed the hand of the banking Structural Elite in eliminating Tsar Nicholas and colonising Russia. Post-Soviet Russia was parcelled out to oligarchs acting on Rothschilds’ behalf, taking control of the country’s natural resources and the economy – Boris Yeltsin was either outsmarted, bought or both. Vladimir Putin has proven a far more wily and formidable opponent who rolled back Rothschilds’ influence and control by eliminating/removing those oligarchs most obviously in Rothschilds’ pay. That is why Russia has been in the cross-hairs for destabilisation, vilification and regime change. However, the sanctions imposed, to weaken Russia and cause disaffection to lead to Putin’s ouster, have backfired; the Russian economy is in much better shape than Rothschilds’ news organ for elevated cattle, the Economist, would have you believe.

How Russia wins economically by Phil Butler

Potential – Russia has always been about the future, and about what “could be”. Now, owing to the current economic situation, never before has Russia been so close to achieving her full potential. Most of your reading this, especially in Russia, you may scoff at this statement. If you will bear with me, I can prove what I claim is actually true, that Russia is about to emerge as the most progressive and financially stable country in the world.

This is why tensions are rising over Syria, Ukraine and Russia itself – all wars are banksters wars and Rothschilds will resort to war on Russia, irrespective of the risks, if all else fails.

Rothschilds have been very effective in hiding their ruthless power and fabulous wealth behind agents, nominees and under a cloak of respectability but glimpses of their connections, when aggregated, hint at their true power.

Deripaska and Rothschild

Deripaska is believed to have helped Rothschild to find investors for Atticus Capital and to extend his business interests. Rothschild has helped Deripaska to gain a foothold in some of the world’s most lucrative markets. Their joint interests now span timber, insurance, banking, mining, airports, construction, and cars. The Rothschilds are also partners with Deripaska in a yacht port in Montenegro run by Peter Munk, chairman of Barrick Gold. The partners include: British investment banker Lord Jacob Rothschild and his son Nathaniel (Nat Rothschild, a member of the International Advisory Board of the Barrick Gold Corporation); French businessman Bernard Arnault, CEO of luxury-goods firm LVMH; Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska; Hungarian real estate tycoon Sandor Demjan; and his eldest son, Anthony Munk, managing director of Onex Corp. Adriatic Marinas, a Munk company, is the developer.

Sibel Edmonds’ Boiling Frogs Post site corroborated this connection and that between Rothschilds and John McCain in January last year.

BFP Exclusive: A Rothschild Plot against Putin? by Filip Kovacevic

More than six years ago, on October 1, 2008, with the 2008 presidential elections just a month away, the left-wing Nation magazine published an article entitled “McCain’s Kremlin ties”.[i] This article investigated the ties between one of the richest and politically most powerful persons in Russia, the husband of Boris Yeltsin’s grand-daughter, Oleg Deripaska and the long-time US Senator and, at the time, the Republican presidential candidate John McCain.

Still, from my perspective, the equally important part of the article is the elaboration of the tightly-knit business links between Deripaska and Nathaniel Rothschild, the only son and heir of Lord Jacob Rothschild who, as the New York Times claimed in 2007, may become “the richest Rothschild” yet.[iii] The article notes that the lobbying of the US corporate intelligence company Diligence, partially owned by Rothschild, helped Deripaska receive an important loan from the World Bank/EBRD.

The source of Rothschilds power is obvious, the most pernicious and corrosive flaws in the current political economy: usury (interest) and their control of land and resources, take those away and their influence and control will evaporate. They won’t let that happen easily but we are many and they are few. (emphasis added)

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