January 8, 2013 by tjefferson2076
For those of you who do not know who the Rothschild’s are, they are a banking dynasty that controls much of the banking industry throughout the world. Their bankster roots go all the way back to 18th century and conspired with the Morgans to set up the banking cartel in the United States: The federal reserve. In other words, they are the elite, they have great influence over our media and politicians. They are the antagonists of freemen. In this article Robert Wenzel blogs what they believe are the ideological thinkers on what capitalism should evolve to: Karl Marx and John Maynard Keynes.
Eighty-one year old, lifetime billionaire bankster, Evelyn de Rothschild told the UK’s Telegraph:
Sir Evelyn says an increasing personal concern is “the huge differential between the haves and the have-nots” and the growth of “impact investment” – investments aiming to generate measurable social and environmental impacts alongside financial return – to “try to help those in a difficult way”.
Rothschild also seems to have quite the spectrum when it comes to evaluating economic views. You get a choice central bank interventionist or total interventionist:
“Inclusive capitalism is a difficult subject and I could speak for a long time on it,” he says. “But I think it’s a reflection on where capitalism was intended [to go].
“Whether you’re talking about Karl Marx or John Maynard Keynes, capitalism today has changed and I think inclusive capitalism is about giving a broader opportunity for people to participate.
Seeming oblivious to what Rothschild is saying here, the reporter appears a bit surprised about the turn the interview takes:
That conversation leads back to regulation and Sir Evelyn has strong views about the kind of principles that should underpin the new operations being put in place.
The Rothschilds and other banksters are all about regulation, They use regulation to build a moat around their businesses so that upstarts can’t threaten. They are skilled propagandists, of course, so they are clever enough to couch their call for more regulation as a means to help the poor. But, the only poor that Rothschild is concerned about are “poor billionaires,” who have to worry about new technologies that help those who attempt to break the grip of the ruling “poor billionaires.” Life can be tough.