- It would be extraordinarily naive to even consider the
possibility that a family as ambitious, as cunning and as monopolistically
minded as the Rothschilds could resist the temptation of becoming heavily
involved on the American front.
- Following their conquest of Europe early in the 1800s,
the Rothschilds cast their covetous eyes on the most precious gem of them
all -- the United States.
- America was unique in modern history. It was only the
second nation in history that had ever been formed with the Bible as its
law book. Its uniquely magnificent Constitution was specifically designed
to limit the power of government and to keep its citizens free and prosperous.
Its citizens were basically industrious immigrants who 'yearned to breath
free' and who asked nothing more than to be given the opportunity to live
and work in such a wonderfully stimulating environment.
- The results -- the 'fruit' -- of such a unique experiment
were so indescribably brilliant that America became a legend around the
globe. Many millions across the far flung continents of the world viewed
America the Beautiful as the promised land.
- The Big Bankers in Europe -- the Rothschilds and their
cohorts -- viewed the wonderful results borne by this unique experiment
from an entirely different perspective; they looked upon it as a major
threat to their future plans.
- The establishment Times of London stated: "If that
mischievous financial policy which had its origin in the North American
Republic [i.e. honest Constitutionally authorized no debt money] should
become indurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its
own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without a debt
[to the international bankers]. It will become prosperous beyond precedent
in the history of the civilized governments of the world. The brains and
wealth of all countries will go to North America. That government must
be destroyed or it will destroy every monarchy on the globe."
- The Rothschilds and their friends sent in their financial
termites to destroy America because it was becoming "prosperous beyond
- The first documentable evidence of Rothschild involvement
in the financial affairs of the United States came in the late 1820s and
early 1830s when the family, through their agent Nicholas Biddie, fought
to defeat Andrew Jackson's move to curtail the international bankers. The
Rothschilds lost the first round when in 1832, President Jackson vetoed
the move to renew the charter of the 'Bank of the United States' (a central
bank controlled by the international bankers). In 1836 the bank went out
- PLAN OF DESTRUCTION
- In the years following Independence, a close business
relationship had developed between the cotton growing aristocracy in the
South and the cotton manufacturers in England. The European bankers decided
that this business connection was America's Achilles Heel, the door through
which the young American Republic could be successfully attacked and overcome.
- The Illustrated University History, 1878, p. 504, tells
us that the southern states swarmed with British agents. These conspired
with local politicians to work against the best interests of the United
States. Their carefully sown and nurtured propaganda developed into open
rebellion and resulted in the secession of South Carolina on December 29,
1860. Within weeks another six states joined the conspiracy against the
Union, and broke away to form the Confederate States of America, with Jefferson
Davis as President.
- The plotters raided armies, seized forts, arsenals, mints
and other Union property. Even members of President Buchanan's Cabinet
conspired to destroy the Union by damaging the public credit and working
to bankrupt the nation. Buchanan claimed to deplore secession but took
no steps to check it, even when a U.S. ship was fired upon by South Carolina
- Shortly thereafter Abraham Lincoln became President,
being inaugurated on March 4, 1861. Lincoln immediately ordered a blockade
on Southern ports, to cut off supplies that were pouring in from Europe.
The 'official' date for the start of the Civil War is given as April 12,
1861, when Fort Sumter in South Carolina was bombarded by the Confederates,
but it obviously began at a much earlier date.
- In December, 1861, large numbers of European Troops (British,
French and Spanish) poured into Mexico in defiance of the Monroe Doctrine.
This, together with widespread European aid to the Confederacy strongly
indicated that the Crown was preparing to enter the war. The outlook for
the North, and the future of the Union, was bleak indeed.
- CZAR ALEXANDER II
- In this hour of extreme crisis, Lincoln appealed to the
Crown's perennial enemy, Russia, for assistance. When the envelope containing
Lincoln's urgent appeal was given to Czar Alexander II, he weighed it unopened
in his hand and stated: "Before we open this paper or know its contents,
we grant any request it may contain."
- Unannounced, a Russian fleet under Admiral Liviski, steamed
into New York harbor on September 24, 1863, and anchored there, The Russian
Pacific fleet, under Admiral Popov, arrived in San Francisco on October
12. Of this Russian act, Gideon Wells said: "They arrived at the high
tide of the Confederacy and the low tide of the North, causing England
and France to hesitate long enough to turn the tide for the North"
(Empire of "The City," p. 90).
- History reveals that the Rothschilds were heavily involved
in financing both sides in the Civil War.
- Lincoln put a damper on their activities when, in 1862
and 1863, he refused to pay the exorbitant rates of interest demanded by
the Rothschilds and issued constitutionally-authorized, interest free United
- For this and other acts of patriotism Lincoln was shot
down in cold-blood by John Wilkes Booth on April 14, 1865, just five days
after Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomattox Court House, Virginia.