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Jacob Rothschild has died

Lord Jacob Rothschild, British financier and prominent member of the Rothschild banking family, died on Monday aged 87. He was a member of the UK parliament’s upper House of Lords between 1991 and 1999 and started his career in the family bank, NM Rothschild & Sons, in 1963.

After clashing with his cousin Evelyn, Jacob left NM Rothschild & Sons Ltd. in 1980 to focus on Rothschild Investment Trust. The offshoot business – now known as RIT Capital Partners Plc – which remains one of the UK’s largest investment trusts and was the head of the British wing of the fabled banking dynasty that dates back to the 18th Century.  Jacob also co-founded the UK’s largest wealth manager St. James’s Place in 1991.

His death could trigger a “Succession”-style battle between his heirs for his vast real estate and investment empire.

Lord Jacob Rothschild’s cousin Sir Evelyn de Rothschild was chairman of NM Rothschild between 1976 and 2003 and was said to have advised Queen Elizabeth II on financial matters. She knighted him in 1989 for his services to banking and finance.

According to The Richest, Jacob was the second wealthiest of the Rothschilds, and David Mayer de Rothschild was the wealthiest member of the family. However, there is some confusion on The Richest website as they show a photograph of David René but describe David Mayer

As Evelyn’s son David Mayer became an environmental activist and his other son, Anthony James de Rothschild, was a record producer,  British financier Evelyn sold his shares to his French cousins in 2007 for a reported $233 million, and David René de Rothschild became chief executive officer as the London (NM Rothschilds) and Paris (Rothschild & Cie Banque) banks fully merged in 2012.

In 2018, the Anglo-French bank changed its website to Rothschilds & Co and David René’s son Alexandre de Rothschild became the Executive Chairman of Rothschild & Co Gestation, Rothschild & Co.’s managing partner.

Jacob had four children with his wife of more than 50 years, Serena Mary Dunn, who died in 2019.  The youngest of those children, and only son, is 52-year-old Nathaniel “Nat” Rothschild, who was seen as the obvious next-in-line to the throne, This is Money reported.

But his father disliked his playboy lifestyle and rebellious streak.

It is Nat’s older sister, 61-year-old Hannah, that has recently emerged as a frontrunner to take the crown, the New York Post reported.

Aside from the Rothschild children, there are multiple other prominent members of the family whose names have been floated during succession talks. Among those is Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, who was married to their cousin Sir Evelyn de Rothschild from 2000 until he died in 2022.

Baroness Nadine de Rothschild, 91, could also be an heir to Jacob. Back in 1997, the former actress was thought to be the richest member of the family, according to a Washington Post story at the time, when her husband, Edmond de Rothschild, died of emphysema.

In a statement on Monday, his family called Jacob “a towering presence in many people’s lives.”  This is true although perhaps not a welcome presence.

Dr. John Coleman’s list of members of the Committee of 300 that rules the world included unsavoury characters such as Henry Kissinger, Maurice Strong, David Rockefeller and members of the Rothschild family, as well as Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; Prince Edward, Duke of Kent; and, Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester, amongst other aristocrats.

“The Rothschild family and their Khazarian mafia have gained a foothold in almost every country since the mid-1700s,” clinical psychologist and author Dr. Laura Sanger said during a podcast in March 2022.

The Rothschild dynasty began with Mayer Amschel Rothschild who was born in 1744.  There are varying speculations as to the origins of the name Rothschild. For example, Mayer Amschel was a dealer in coins and a money lender in the Frankfurt ghetto whose “house was near a red shield – hence roth schild.”

According to the book ‘13 Bloodlines of the Illuminati, author Fritz Springmeier says the Rothschilds’ surname was originally Bauer. 

They may be referred to as Ashkenazi Jews but this is a cover story.  They are not Jews who worship the God of  Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (Israel), in practice they worship another god.  Springmeier noted that according to eye-witnesses who were prominent enough to visit one of the British Rothschild homes, the Rothschilds worship satan.  You cannot worship both God and satan at the same time.

Springmeier goes on to say that the name they adopted for their family actually comes from the fact that in the 17th century, Mayer Amschel Bauer began hanging out a red hexagram in front of their house to identify it. Mayer Amschel then decided to take the name red-schield (Rothschild in German) after the red Seal of Solomon that they used. They set a place for satan at their table. The Rothschilds have been satanists for many generations.

The Rothschilds are an important part of the history of the Seal of Solomon (also known as hexagram, Magen David, six-pointed star, Star of David.) The Seal of Solomon, the hexagram, was not considered a Jewish symbol before the Rothschilds began using it. Throughout the Middle Ages, the Seal of Solomon had been used by Arab magicians, cabalist magicians, druid witches and satanists. One of the few ancient uses of the symbol was on the floor of a 1,200-year-old Moslem mosque found where Tel Aviv is today. In the twelfth century an Ashkenazic Jew Menahem ben Duji, who thought he was the Messiah, used the magical symbol. Because the Rothschilds were satanists they adopted this powerful magic symbol in 1822 for their coat-of-arms.
The Rothschild Bloodline, Ganino and The Rothschild Bloodline, Bibliotecapleyades

The video below gives a brief history of the Rothschilds, how they became so influential and how they have grown a worldwide empire that spans numerous industries.  It’s not about leadership, it’s about control.

How the Rothschilds Brutally Rules the World, 31 October 2023 (26 mins)

Seemingly always hovering around the centre of all the wrong things, former Prime Minister Tony Blair paid tribute to his “dear friend” describing Jacob as a “wonderful human being.”  Sending his condolences to the Rothschild family, Sir Tony Blair said he would miss his friend immensely, according to the BBC.

That Blair is enamoured with the Rothschilds should come as no surprise.  While investigating the background of the trustees of the UK charity ‘My Life My Say’ – which collaborates closely with the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change – researcher Ben Rubin discovered that Glen Manning, a My Life My Say trustee, is a senior banker with Rothschild & Co. “I also note that he has enjoyed a long career with known Rothschild entities like J.P. Morgan,” Paul Cudenec wrote.

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