Napoleon’s War with the Bank of England and Nathan Rothschild

November 6, 2018 by · 1 Comment 

Napoleon Bonaparte Monetary Reformer from Dick Eastman on Vimeo

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ANDREW JACKSON vs THE CENTRAL BANK

March 23, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

“I am willing it (the Bank) should expire in peace; but if it does persist in its war with the government, I have a measure in contemplation which will destroy it at once, and which I am resolved to apply, be the consequences to individuals what they may.” – Andrew Jackson  (12)

Though the real owners / bosses of The Bank were based in Europe, Nicholas Biddle of Philadelphia ran the United States end of Rothschild’s vast criminal network. Biddle, who had graduated from the University of Pennsylvania at the age of thirteen, was a brilliant financier and highly formidable adversary. To paraphrase a line from the classic film, The Godfather, Biddle “carried around politicians and newspapermen in his pocket like so many nickels and dimes.”

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