In 1800, The Bank of France was established in Paris in the same manner as the Bank of England. However, when Napoleon took power, wanted to get out of debt and found the Bank of France to be untrustworthy. He decreed, that,
“... when a government is dependant on bankers for money that the bankers, not the leaders of the government are in control. The hand that gives is above the hand that takes. Money has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency: their sole object is gain.”
― Napoléon Bonaparte
In 1803 France and the United States forged a deal which saw the United States give France $3 million in gold for a territory of land called Louisiana. With this money, Napoleon rode across Europe conquering wherever he went. The Bank of England opposed Napoleon, so they financed every nation at war with France. They took in gigantic profits, the profits of war. Prussia, Austria and Russia went into massive debt in a desperate attempt to stop Napoleon.
In 1807, when most of the French army was off fighting in Russia, Nathan Rothschild financed an attack from Spain. Nathan established a brash scheme to smuggle gold through France to the Duke of Wellington.
Wellington’s attacks in conjunction with other defeats eventually caused Napoleon to surrender and King Louis XVIII was acclimated. Napoleon was sent packing to the island of Elba. While he was in exile, temporarily defeated by England, with the financial backing of the Rothschilds, America was struggling to break free of its central bank.
In 1811 a bill was put before Congress to renew the charter of the First Bank of The United States. The debate became impassioned and the state legislatures of Pennsylvania and Virginia passed resolutions asking the federal congress not to renew the bank’s charter. The press core of the day launched attacks at the bank, usually acquainting them to some sort of vile creature, “a vulture”, “a viper”, “a cobra”. How’s that for an independent press!
Congressmen P.B. Porter (Whig-NY) said on record in Congress:
“If the bank’s charter was renewed congress will have planted in the bosom of this constitution a viper which one day or another will sting the liberties of this country to the heart.”
Things weren’t looking so hot for the bank. Several writers claimed that Nathan Rothschild had said that the United States would,
“...find itself in the most disastrous war if the charter is not renewed”.
At the end of the day, the renewal bill was defeated by one vote in the house of Representatives. Over in the Senate, the bill was deadlocked. As a result, the banks charter was not renewed.
Now remember those numbers from earlier?
That’s okay if you don’t, they were from 1791 and 1720. Now I want to make this real simple for everyone, so here goes:
5 months after the end of the First Bank of The United States, in 1811; well early 1812 actually but my analogy works better with 1811, so let’s just go with that... Canada(c/o England) declared war on the United States of America. That’s right folks! Don’t believe any of the Conservative B.S. spin propaganda that Harper’s putting out there about the war of 1812. England was the AGGRESSOR! They declared war on the United States 20 years after a charter was granted to a bank. War was declared after warnings from Rothschild that the U.S. would be in a war for not renewing a bank. War was declared after a bank was not renewed. Jesus Christ people! Am I the only one who thinks going to war over a fucking bank is absolutely, 100% CRAZY?! It’s a god damn bank. But, again, you’ll never read this in an American or Canadian text book.
England had its hands tied with the war against France, so they... luckily for us North Americans, did not put their full effort into the war of 1812. The war ended in 1814 in what is now widely accepted to be a “draw”. However, this was not the case in reality as you will see in a future MONEY STRUGGLE post.
Okay, back to Europe and that Napoleon business. In 1815, Napoleon escaped Elba and returned from exile. When French troops were sent to capture him, Napoleon used his charms to rally his ex-troops around him. He was once again hailed as emperor. History would tell us that eventually Napoleon would be defeated by the British at the Battle of Waterloo, however, before we get to that, journalists of the day claimed that Napoleon borrowed £5 million to re-equip his army. It was later revealed that these funds actually came from a bank in Paris. Regardless of the “source” of the money, the money came from the same source: the Rothschilds. It was not unusual at this point in history for banks to finance both sides in a war. Now there’s some good corporate governance! Glad to see they are making moral decisions. Geez!
Why would they do this? Because nations will borrow ANY amount to win. And it’s all predetermined, sort of like professional wrestling. The loser is given just enough to hold onto some vain idea of victory, while the winner is given just slightly more than that. Doesn’t matter anyways, because most war loans come with the stipulation that THE WINNER COVERS THE DEBT OF THE LOSER! That’s right, the winner covers it. So much for winning. Where’s Charlie Sheen?
So on July 18, 1815 some 74,000 French troops met 67,000 troops from various countries lead by Britain for what would now be known as the final battle of the war. Rothschild, funding both sides of the war, entrusted a man named Rothworth (no-joke) to be his war snitch. He was stationed just outside of the battlefield zone to the north and saw the whole thing! When the outcome was eventually decided, Rothworth took off via the English Channel to inform Rothschild. Rothschild received the news of the war nearly a full day before the Kings of the countries fighting the war. As usual, Rothschild had to use this to his advantage. He went to the stock market in London, and all eyes were on him due to his reputation in finance. He appeared to look sad, with his eyes looking down to his feet. Why would he be sad? It was an act. He portrayed himself this way so as to make people think Napoleon won. He knew that with Napoleon running across Europe again, Britain’s financial situation would take a turn for the worse. Rothchild began to sell, other investors observed this and surmised that it could only mean one thing! Wellington must have lost! They began to sell. The market plummeted and everyone was selling, prices dropped dramatically. Rothschild through his proxies began to secretly buy back the stocks and government bonds for pennies. Rothschild now had full control of the stock market and The Bank of England. They became involved with other banks, and branched out into various industries. They control nearly every mega corporation on the planet to this day, even though only a select few bare the Rothschild name.