There Are Only Three Countries in the World Without a Rothschild Central Bank

By June 8, 2017 History, Rabbit Hole

Throughout the past few decades, it has become more and more clear that the Rothschild family is more powerful than we have ever been told. However, what if I told you that they were so powerful that they controlled (almost) the entire global economy.

However, that comes with three exceptions. In the year 2000, there were seven nations left without a Rothschild owned or controlled Central Bank:

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Iraq
  3. Sudan
  4. Libya
  5. Cuba
  6. North Korea
  7. Iran

Ironically, as I am sure you may have guessed by now, is that there were a few nations that dropped off the list. And what makes it ironic, is the fact that if you notice the missing nations in the following list, one thing becomes quite clear: the U.S invaded all of them.

By 2003, the list was already getting smaller:

  1. Sudan
  2. Libya
  3. Cuba
  4. North Korea
  5. Iran

Of course, this was shortly after the September 11 attacks, when the U.S used the opportunity to outstretch their pull-strings.

By 2011, the list had diminished yet again.

  1. Cuba
  2. North Korea
  3. Iran

If you look back throughout the past few years, you can see that in that same year, the United States invaded Libya and overthrew Muammar Gaddafi. Hmm, wonder why they aren’t on the list?

Sadly, as long as we allow the shadow elite, or shadow government, those rich few that seem to control everything, stay in power, this will never end. Well, it will end, but when it does, the result will not be pretty. Take a moment to watch the following documentary about the Rothschild banking system, and then ask yourself if you blame those nations for trying to opt out, before being blown to oblivion.


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