Friday, 1 April 2016

Critical Thinking : Rothschilds own all the banks

A short video about the Rothschilds appeared on BFTF's Facebook timeline a while back...

The Rothschild conspiracy explained in 4 minutes

...It did at least have the virture of being short..

The central bank in your country is owned
and controlled by the Rothschild family, apparently

Not true. The Bank of England is an independent public organisation, wholly owned by the Treasury Solicitor on behalf of the government, with independence in setting monetary policy.

The run the central bank of every country
 in the entire world (except three) apparently

...Except, according to the video, for North Korea, Iran and Cuba - presumably this means that, for example, the Central Bank of China is under Rothschild control - something that is difficult to imagine, given the one party state in place there...

There isn't actually any evidence of Rothschilds controlling ANY central banks, much less virtually ALL of them.

Unless, of course, a Facebook video with no references for its assertions is "evidence".

Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya

...The video alleges that there were four other countries who had independent central banks in 2000 (Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya) and that the Rothschild family the US to gain control of the Afghanistan and Iraqi central banks by invading, and used the UN to gain control of the Sudanese and Libyan central banks. It further alleges that the thaw in relations between the US and Cuba/Iran is to allow their central banks to be taken over too. Oh, and it'll be the war thing for North Korea soon....

BFTF notes that these kinds of conspiracies always refer to the Rothschilds family, never to any of the other major banking families around the world, such as Barenburgs, Coutts, Fuggers, Goldman-Sachs, Rockefellers, Morgans or Warburgs.

Sad that real issues of loss of sovereignty such as TTIP or groups combating global financial injustice such as the Jubilee Dept Campaign do not get this kind of airtime.

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