Showing posts with label family. Show all posts
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Thursday, September 26, 2019

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

The Dynasty of Rothschild | The Only Trillionaires in the World - Full Documentary








Who is the Richest person in the world? Do you really think your government controls everything? How Rothschild became the richest family in the world? In this documentary video you will the all about Rothschild Family and his biography.
The Rothschild, world kingpins, worth $500 trillion! They own Reuters, AP, and fix the price of gold...
At ToBeFree, I've focused mainly on the Rockefellers, key kingpins in the US, which apparently are secretly worth more than $10 trillion. But the Rothschilds are far more wealthier, and are by many considered the greatest controlling factor worldwide — the kingpins of the world!

In the late '90s, I attended an event in which Gaylon Ross was lecturing. He laid out the big picture for me that has continued to prove true. In addition to speaking about these two families, he laid out the elite's plan to create unions within the continents, and then merge all 5 continents into the one-world government which they control.

Since I heard Gaylon speak and had great discussions with him after that, I've watched time and time again the globalists attempts to unite the Americas. From what I've seen, Skull and Bonesman, President Bush should be considered a traitor for how he handled just this issue alone, doing the bidding of his handlers.

Here is just one tiny aspect of the Rothschild family. Under the surface, the Rothschilds long had a powerful influence in dictating American financial laws. The law records show that they were powers in the old Bank of the United States [abolished by Andrew Jackson].

Rothschild quotes:

"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes the laws."

"I care not what puppet is placed on the throne of England to rule the Empire, ...The man that controls Britain's money supply controls the British Empire. And I control the money supply."

Friday, April 29, 2016

Jacob Fugger the Rich worlds richest man





Was the first documented millionaire weighting $75 Million in sixteenth century dollar and by the time of his death in 1525 had a fortune equaling "just under 2 percent of European economic output". Todays GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of the European Union is USD $18.5 Trillion. Which mean that his net worth would be the equivalent of nearly $370 Billion in 2014.

He was richer than Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, Rockefeller, and Croesus.



Jakob Fugger of the Lily (6 March 1459 – 30 December 1525), also known as Jakob Fugger the Rich or sometimes Jakob II, was a major merchant, mining entrepreneur and banker of Europe. He was a descendant of the Fugger merchant family located in the Free Imperial City of Augsburg, where he was also born and later also elevated through marriage to Grand Burgher of Augsburg. Within a few decades he expanded the family firm to a business operating in all of Europe. 


Divide your fortune into four equal parts: stocks, real estate, bonds and gold coins. Be prepared to lose on one of them most of the time. During inflation, you will lose on bonds and win on gold and real estate; during deflation, you lose on real estate and win on bonds, while your stocks will see you through both periods, though in a mixed fashion. Whenever performance differences cause a major imbalance, rebalance your fortunes back to the four equal parts. – Jacob Fugger the Rich, 1459-1525

Financial assets (stocks and bonds)
Real assets (gold and real estate)



sources:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jakob_Fugger
http://nypost.com/2015/07/26/meet-historys-richest-man-who-changed-christianity/
http://www.beardbooks.com/beardbooks/jacob_fugger_the_rich.html
http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/money/71054829/money-tips-from-jacob-fugger-the-richest-man-in-history
Invest like the Fuggers
http://www.ci.com/perspective/pdf/sterling/200509.pdf

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Trust fund Baby

Being born Millionaire without having to do anything is probably the best life you can get. 
Not having to ever worry about Money is one of the best, if not da best, thing in life.
Not having to whoring yourself in a job you hate for a salary is even better.
You should not risk losing Money in businesses just for the sake of saying that you do something. (Like too many rich kids and retired athletes do). 
You already have the principal thing in life. Money! 


Here is a well-written article "What is a trust fund baby?" that I have borrow from wisegeek.com that explain it all.





A trust fund baby is a person who is born to someone with a large amount of Money, who puts considerable assets aside in a trust for the child to access and use later. The phrase, often used with modern socialites, became popular in the 20th century as more American families became wealthy and had children who inherited Money. The connotations of the term are often quite negative, but many individuals who inherit their Money do not fit the general stereotype and work very hard for themselves and others.

Getting Their Start

Parents or legal guardians who have significant wealth usually establish a trust early on for a child using inherited or earned cash, property or other assets. They often can manage the trust themselves if they want, but it's common for them to have someone else take care of it. Usually, in America, the child doesn't get control of the trust until at least age 18, when a person is considered a legal adult in most states. Sometimes, he won't have access until the parent passes away. He often lives at home until that time, or his guardian or parents help pay for his own place to live.



Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie
are socialite by excellence

Perception by the Public
People tend to describe trust fund babies as spoiled and lazy. They also typically see them as being out of touch with what most people experience or go through, or as not understanding what helpers do to make them feel better. Another common perception is that they don't have the abilities to handle a job or be independent.
Many individuals look down on these well-to-do kids, thinking that they often spend what they have on tropical estates, lavish living arrangements, countless vehicles or long nights out on the town. Buying friends or time in the spotlight is a routine accusation. At the same time, in some instances, the name attached with the trust fund baby carries with it a level of fame and opportunity for success, as well as a certain degree of respect, awe, resentment and envy.
Given how the public usually sees these children, many people, especially those in urban communities, use the term negatively or as an insult. If a person sees someone else who isn't working but who still has nice things, for example, he might say something like, "He's such as trust fund baby, getting everything he wants." Another example might be someone saying, "Nah, I'm no trust fund baby — I actually have to work for my Money."



Dan Bilzerian > $100 Million trust fund baby & full-time Playboy

Concerns

Even though the goal of nearly every guardian or parent generally is to provide a good life for their child, critics often worry that, by having everything provided for them, trust fund babies do not develop a good work ethic. A related concern is that, because the parents or different trustees usually manage the assets, the children do not become financially literate on their own or really recognize what they have. They say that the assets make the children too egocentric, which can cause them to become rude or inconsiderate to others, even seeing those in lower classes as lesser people.



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Debunking the Stereotype

Although some trust fund babies do fit the general stereotype, using their Money just to enjoy themselves, travel and be socialites, some use it to pursue serious goals such as starting their own businesses. Others look into going to school — often at an Ivy League college or university — and developing a career of their choice. Many study law or business, as these subjects directly relate to earning, investing and protecting assets. Putting Money toward a cause such as animal rights or feeding the hungry also are ways they use their wealth to contribute positively to society.
The idea that these people are always happy because of their wealth is another myth. Many find their wealth to be alienating, because others can perceive them as superficial simply because of the assets they have. Trust fund babies may become depressed if they believe their relationships aren't very deep, with some even taking measures to hide their financial status so it doesn't cloud what others think and how they interact. They also may question their ultimate purpose, struggling to find their own talents or place in the world.




Parental Role

Much of the stereotyping with these individuals depends on the idea that parents or guardians don't make an effort to teach valuable life lessons. This concept does not always apply. In fact, as of 2013, as many as 75% of millionaires didn't grow up rich, instead working their way to everything they have. Understanding the value of both money and work, many of these wealthy people make a conscious effort to keep their kids from being spoiled. Some, for example, require their kids to get jobs, go to school or contribute in another way before they can get any of the trust assets. It is becoming more common for those with money to leave less of an inheritance to their kids, giving much of it away to charities or scholarship groups so that the children don't become too comfortable.


Source:
http://www.wisegeek.org/what-is-a-trust-fund-baby.htm





Interesting links:
http://wetpig.com/famous-trust-fund-babies-members-of-the-lucky-sperm-club/
http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevenberglas/2013/01/17/the-pitfalls-and-potentialities-of-belonging-to-the-lucky-sperm-club/
http://www.latimes.com/la-op-frank29jul29-story.html#page=1
http://theweek.com/articles/464130/confessions-trustfund-baby

Monday, August 25, 2014

Trillionaire Rothschild International Banking Cartel




It’s no secret that the Rothschild family amassed the largest private fortune in modern history, making its inner members some of the greatest billionaires who ever lived. But the extent of that wealth deserves exploring a little deeper; at one point, their fortune was thought to be larger than the equivalent of the $6.4 trillion accrued by today’s 1,645 billionaires combined. How much larger? Well, Billionaires Australia has been busy tracking down our contacts and informants, and we can reveal that at one point there is thought to have been as much as $500 trillion in the pockets of just this one family. One thing is for certain, the Forbes’ rich list would have been dominated by Rothschilds if it existed in the 1800s and early 1900s.


A lack of precise accounts makes it difficult to pinpoint their exact wealth, but sufficient data on the Rothschilds exists to suggest that they are ahead of their rivals the Rockefellers when it comes to being the richest family in the world. And just what was the secret to becoming the richest family in history? “Concordia, Integritas, Industria” or “unity, integrity, industry”, according to the family motto. History would show that the first two were mere formalities when it came to making money. In the case of the third, they have never been matched.






Mayer Amschel Rothschild, who started the dynasty, was the son of a money lender and goldsmith who settled in a marginalised Jewish ghetto in Frankfurt during the 1740s. He left the city to be an apprentice at a small bank, but returned to start a business selling rare coins, antiques and curiosities, which would become pivotal to the world’s banking system.

The business really took off when he started extending credit to his customers, and he then moved into foreign currency trading and in government loans. By the beginning of the 19th century he was a banker and a very rich one.


The operation was steeped in secrecy, which worked well when acting as the bank of choice for the world’s governments and pulling off deals, which included financing both sides in the Napoleonic wars (it’s thought that the family fortune increased 20-fold by speculating on the outcome of the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, when Napoleon was defeated by an Anglo-Prussian coalition).


Information was crucial and informants used fast boats, coded letters, flag systems and carrier pigeons to help the family find out what was going on ahead of official sources. The integrity wasn’t matched both ways, however, and Nathan Rothschild’s ability to depress stock prices by using the network of agents to spread rumours, true or false, and then buy the stock up after people panicked was legendary.


At one point, four sons were dispatched to European capitals to take advantage of the rise of capitalism, going to London, Paris, Vienna and Naples to spread the family business. Soaking up the local environments, the French branch developed interests in philanthropy, the arts and winemaking, while the English arm excelled in business, but both sides competed fiercely to add to the fortune.


The Rothschilds’ dominance was cemented by pioneering the bond market, a system of buying and selling government debt. It allowed countries to make investments in projects like the Suez Canal and speculators to earn huge amounts of money, while the Rothschilds sat in the middle taking a cut of everything.


The attitude the family had towards the power they were beginning to obtain over the world’s leaders is a matter of debate. “I care not what puppet is placed upon the throne of England to rule the Empire on which the sun never sets,” says one quote attributed to Nathan: “The man who controls Britain’s money supply controls the British Empire and I control the British money supply.”


Conspiracy theorists and historians debate whether the quote was real, but it’s often difficult to distinguish myth from fact when dealing with such a mysterious family. One of the wilder conspiracy theories is that they started wars just to profit. However, their reliance on government bonds, which would decrease in price during periods of conflict, makes this seem unlikely.


Whatever the truth, we know founder Mayer Rothschild approached the job of dynasty building with deadly seriousness, stipulating that no record of the family’s wealth would ever be made public, all key positions should be filled by relatives, and that family members should marry first and second cousins to help keep the fortune intact.


Five lines of the Austrian branch of the family have been elevated to Austrian nobility as Barons and in France, the word Rothschild became a synonym for “seemingly endless wealth”.

The Rothschild empire began to falter as commercial banking took hold and by the mid-19th century, they had moved from being traders to fund managers.


Mayers’ descendants continue to make money and it’s clear they remain as important as ever to the global financial markets, even if they have opted to play a more hidden role these days. Rothschild’s Merchant Bank profited from UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, known locally as the ‘Iron Lady’, and her privatisation of state-owned industries. And here’s a rare public appearance of Major Edmund Leopold de Rothschild from 2008, when the US bank bailout was being discussed (you can see him walking awkwardly off set at the end):


Lord Jacob Rothschild chairs RIT Capital Partners, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange and appears in the FTSE 250 Index. By its own description it “invests in a widely diversified, international portfolio delivering returns to shareholders in excess of the world’s leading stock markets and its peers”. But, just like a lot of things in the family’s history, its exact activities remain a closely guarded secret. What we can reveal is that the business focuses on publicly traded, but privately held companies; Mayer Rothschild would be proud.


The legacy of that poor orphaned Jewish boy who ended up building an entire dynasty of billionaires lives on today, albeit without the gravitas of being the world’s richest family.


Article from: http://www.billionairesaustralia.com/only-trillionaire-family-history/



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