TRAGEDY AND HOPE Chapter 3-6 Analysis
* Turmel analysis has indented paragraphs, Quigley's text does not. * R&R = Rothschilds and Rockefellers
CHAPTER III: THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE TO 1917
Page 88 The abolition of serfdom made it necessary for the landed nobility to cease to regard the peasants as private property. Peter the Great (1689-1725) and Catherine the Great (1762-1796) were supporters of westernization and reform. Paul I (1796-1801) was reactionary. Alexander I (1801-1825) and Alexander II (1855-1881) were reformers while Nicholas I (1825-1855) and Nicholas II (1855-1881) were reactionaries. By 1864, serfdom had been abolished, and a fairly modern system of law, of justice, and of education had been established; local government had been somewhat modernized; a fairly good financial and fiscal system had been established; and an army based on universal military service (but lacking in equipment) had been created. On the other hand, the autocracy continued in the hands of weak men and the freed serfs had no adequate lands. JCT: The fact that Russia was this advanced is just not something that I was ever aware of. We've always been given the impression that Russia was some backward country full of serfs and a dictatorial tsar.
Page 93 The first Russian railroad opened in 1838 but growth was slow until 1857. At that time, there were only 663 miles of railroads, but this figure went up over tenfold by 1871, doubled again by 1881 with 14,000 miles, reached 37,000 by 1901 and 46,000 by 1915. JCT: Again, sounds very advanced considering what I had always been led to believe. Yet, I was raised during the Cold War and it's not that amazing that they never told us much of the truth.
Page 94 In 1900, Russia had 48% of the total world production of petroleum products. The State Bank was made a bank of issue in 1897 and was required by law to redeem its notes in gold, thus placing Russia on the international gold standard. JCT: And as we know from Astle's Babylonian Woe, that put them under the control of the gold bullion brokers as had been most rulers throughout most of history.
Page 97 In 1902, a cartel created by a dozen iron and steel firms handled almost three-fourths of all Russian sales. It was controlled by four foreign banking groups. JCT: Makes sense that the International bankers would end up owning everything once we realize that Russia was hooked to their gold bullion money system.
Page 100 Until 1910, Stolypin continued his efforts to combine oppression with reform, especially agrarian reform. Rural credit banks were established; various measures were taken to place larger amounts of land in the hands of the peasants; restrictions of immigration of peasants, especially to Siberia, were removed; participation in local government was opened to lower social classes previously excluded; education, especially technical education, was made more accessible; and certain provisions for social insurance were enacted into law. He was assassinated in the presence of the Tsar in 1911. The fourth duma (1912-1916) was elected by universal suffrage. JCT: As we read on, assassination and coups seem to be the fate of any politicians who dare enact land reform and Russia seems to be no exception.
CHAPTER IV: THE BUFFER FRINGE
THE NEAR EAST TO 1914 Page 111 The Ottoman Empire was divided into 21 governments and subdivided into seventy vilayets, each under a pasha. The supreme ruler in Constantinople was not only sultan (head of the empire) but was also caliph (defender of the Muslim creed).
Page 121 The Great Powers showed mild approval of the Baghdad Railway until about 1900. Then, for more than ten years, Russia, Britain and France showed violent disapproval and did all they could the obstruct the project. They described the Baghdad Railway as the emerging wedge of German imperialist aggression seeking to weaken and destroy the Ottoman Empire and the stakes of the other powers in the area.
Page 122 The Germans were not only favorably inclined toward Turkey; their conduct seems to have been completely fair in regard the administration of the railway itself. At a time when the American and other railways were practicing wholesale discrimination between customers, the Germans had the same rates and same treatment for all, including Germans and non-Germans. They worked to make the railroad efficient and profitable although their income from it was guaranteed by the Turkish government. In consequence, the Turkish payments to the railroad steadily declined, and the government was able to share in its profits to the extent of almost three million francs in 1914. Moreover, the Germans did not seek to monopolize control of the railroad, offering to share equally with France and England and eventually with the other Powers. France accepted this offer in 1899, but Britain continued to refuse and placed every obstacle in the path of the project. JCT: Of course, at the time, Britain was the seat of the moneylenders and we'll soon see that just like here, their vassal, the English government, obstructed almost everything everywhere. Quite a sad performance.
When the Ottoman government sought to raise their customs duties from 11% to 14% in order to continue construction, Britain prevented this. In order to carry on the project, the Germans sold their railroad interests in the Balkans and gave the Ottoman building subsidy of $275,000 a kilometer. In striking contrast, the Russians demanded arrears of 57 million francs under the Treaty of 1878. The French, in spite of investments in Turkey, refused to allow Baghdad Railway securities to be handled on the Paris Stock Exchange. JCT: I can understand why Quigley's book never made it to the bestseller list when he describes the Germans as honest and honorable. That's not the impression of the murderous Hun we've always been left with to explain why we got involved in the war to end all wars.
Page 123 In 1903, Britain made an agreement for a joint German, French, and British control of the railroad. Within three weeks this agreement was repudiated because of newspaper protests against it. JCT: And who owned the newspapers of the day? The Rothschilds, Rockefellers, and their moneylending ilk were able to scuttle international agreements which I'm sure eventually led to the Great War they were so eager to finance.
When the Turkish government tried to borrow, it was summarily rebuffed in Paris and London, but obtained the sum unhesitatingly in Berlin. The growth of German prestige and the decline in favor of the Western Powers at the sultan's court is not surprising and goes far to explain the Turkish intervention on the side of the Central powers in the war of 1914-1919. Britain withdrew her opposition to the Baghdad Railway in return for promises that: 1) it would not be extended to the Persian Gulf; 2) British capitalists would be given a monopoly on the navigation of the Euphrates and Tigris rivers and exclusive control over their irrigation projects; 3) 2 British subjects would be given seats on the Board of directors; 4) Britain would have exclusive control over commercial activities in Kuwait, the only good port on the upper Persian Gulf; 5) a monopoly over the oil resources given to a new corporation: Royal Dutch Shell Company in which British held half interest, the Germans and French a quarter interest each; JCT: Now let's take a look at these conditions again insisted upon by the British government not to obstruct someone else's railroad. 2) British businessmen were to be made rich with a monopoly; 4) British businessmen were to be made rich with control over commercial activity in Kuwait, the richest part of Iraq. 5) British businessmen were to be made rich with an oil monopoly for their company. Isn't it interesting that making some of their British businessmen rich seemed to be of such great interest to the British government. And everyone else from Turks to Germans were to lose on the deal until these privileged British were given all these concessions. Over and over, we'll see governments interceding on behalf of a few rich businessmen to the detriment of everyone else. This doesn't prove any conspiracy controlling the political apparatus of those nations but sure gives us a good hint.
THE BRITISH IMPERIAL CRISIS TO 1926 Page 127 In England, the landed class obtained control of the bar and the bench and were, thus, in a position to judge all disputes about real property in their favor. Control of the courts and of the Parliament made it possible for this ruling group to override the rights of peasants in land, to eject them from the land, to enclose the open fields of the medieval system, to deprive the cultivators of their manorial rights and thus reduce them to the condition of landless rural laborers or tenants. JCT: Sounds like much of the Third World governments today, doesn't it? Small ruling groups controlling legislatures and judiciaries to the detriment of everyone but themselves.
Page 130 Until 1870, there was no professorships of Fine Arts at Oxford, but in that year, thanks to a bequest,John Ruskin was named to such a chair. He hit Oxford like an earthquake, not so much because he talked about fine arts but because he talked about the empire and England's downtrodden masses as moral issues. Until the end of the nineteenth century, the poverty-stricken masses in the cities lived in want, ignorance and crime much like described by Charles Dickens. Ruskin spoke to the Oxford undergraduates as members of the privileged ruling class. He told them that they were the possessors of a magnificent tradition of education, beauty, rule of law, freedom, decency, and self-discipline but that this tradition could not be saved and did not deserve to be saved, unless it could be extended to the lower classes and to the non-English masses throughout the world. If not extended to these classes, the minority upper-class would be submerged and the tradition lost. JCT: 120 years later, we can safely say that despite the big talk, there was little action in their quest to spread good times to the poor of the world. If there was ever any intention of doing more than flapping their gums for posterity.
Ruskin's message had a sensational impact. His inaugural lecture was copied out in longhand by one undergraduate, Cecil Rhodes. Rhodes feverishly exploited the diamond and gold fields of South Africa, rose to be prime minister of Cape Colony, contributed money to political parties, controlled parliamentary seats both in England and South Africa. With financial support from Lord Rothschild, he was able to monopolize the diamond mines as De Beers Mines and Gold Fields. In the mid 1890s, Rhodes had a personal income of a least a million pounds (then five million dollars) a year which was spent so freely for his mysterious purposes that he was usually overdrawn on his account. These purposes centered on his desire to federate the English-speaking peoples and to bring all the habitable portions of the world under their control. JCT: This all sounds very contradictory. Cecil Rhodes writing down Ruskin's great idea to help the poor as he later helped the Rothschilds oppress the whole world with usurious debt. Unless it was written down to later provide a good laugh.
Page 131 Among Ruskin's most devoted disciples at Oxford were a group of intimate friends who devoted the rest of their lives to carrying out his ideas. They were remarkably successful in these aims. JCT: Though they may have been remarkably successful in talking about these aims, they were quite remarkably unsuccessful in carrying any of them out.
In 1891, Rhodes organized a secret society with members in a "Circle of Initiates" and an outer circle known as the "Association of Helpers" later organized as the Round Table organization. JCT: These are the behind-the-scenes groups who have conspired to keep the poor shackled to their debts and we'll hear much more about Round Table Groups and their nefarious doings.
Page 132 In 1909-1913, they organized semi-secret groups know as Round Table Groups in the chief British dependencies and the United States. In 1919, they founded the Royal Institute of International Affairs. Similar Institutes of International Affairs were established in the chief British dominions and the United States where it is known as the Council on Foreign Relations. After 1925, the Institute of Pacific Relations was set up in twelve Pacific area countries. JCT: And even though the Council on Foreign Relations has been for proving ground of American rulers, whose members usually comprised of both candidates for president as well as the bulk of their administrations, it remained relatively unknown by the general population as it was never written about by the major newspapers whose publishers more often than not belonged to this secretive group. The lid of secrecy on this organization of influential rich people over so many decades seems to be more than accidental.
Page 133 They were constantly harping on the lessons to be learned from the failure of the American Revolution and the success of the Canadian federation of 1867 and hoped to federate the various parts of the empire and then confederate the whole with the United Kingdom
EGYPT AND THE SUDAN TO 1922 Disraeli's purchase, with Rothschild money, of 176,602 shares of Suez Canal stock for #3,680,000 from the Khedive of Egypt in 1875 was motivated by concern for communications with India just as the acquisition of the Cape of Good Hope in 1814 had resulted from the same concern. JCT: This is one the greatest stories about the Rothschild family where even the Rothschild of the day mentioned how silly it was for a whole nation to be coming to get credit from a private individual.
Page 135 As a result of complex and secret negotiations in which Lord Rosebery was the chief figure, Britain kept Uganda, Rhodes was made a privy councilor, Rosebery replaced his father-in-law, Lord Rothschild, in Rhodes secret group and was made a trustee under Rhodes' next and last will. JCT: Cute, making it sound like Rothschild was just another member of the group when in reality, he was probably the leader of the gang. Usually the guy with most money is.
Page 137 By 1895, the Transvaal Republic presented an acute problem. All political control was in the hands of a rural, backward, Bible- reading, racist minority of Boers while all economic wealth was in the hands of a violent, aggressive majority of foreigners, (Utlanders) most of whom lived in Johannesburg. JCT: Boers had all the political control, aliens had all the money, and the natives had nothing. Sounds like most of the Third World today.
The Utlanders, who were twice as numerous and owned two thirds of the land and nine-tenths of the wealth of the country, were prevented from participating in political life or from becoming citizens (except after 14 years residence) and were irritated by President Paul Kruger's intriguing to obtain some kind of German intervention and protection. At this point, Rhodes made his plans to overthrow Kruger's government by an uprising in Johannesburg, financed by himself and led by his brother Frank, followed by an invasion led by Frank Jameson from Rhodesia. Flora Shaw used The Times to prepare public opinion in England while others negotiated for the official support necessary. When the revolt fizzled, Jameson raided anyway and was easily captured by the Boers. The public officials involved denounced the plot, loudly proclaimed their surprise at the event, and were able to whitewash most of the participants in the subsequent parliamentary inquiry. A telegram from the German Kaiser to Kruger congratulating him on his success "in preserving the independence of his country," was built up by The Times into an example of brazen German interference in British affairs, and almost eclipsed Jameson's aggression. JCT: Of course, let's give credit to the Times for having fomented what later became a war costing thousands of British lives, sort of a rehearsal for the cheerleading for the upcoming Great War where they'd lose millions of British lives.
Rhodes was stopped only temporarily. For almost two years, he and his friends stayed quiet waiting for the storm to blow over. Then they began to act again. Propaganda, most of it true about the plight of the Utlanders flooded England from Flora Shaw. Milner was made British High Commissioner to South Africa; his friend Brett worked his way into the confidence of the monarchy to become its chief political advisor. Milner made provocative British troop movements on the Boer frontiers in spite of the vigorous protests of his commanding general in South Africa, who had to be removed; and finally, war was precipitated when Smuts drew up an ultimatum insisting that the British troop movements cease and when this was rejected by Milner. JCT: I find these behind the scenes activities by small groups of men which push nations to war most interesting. I just wish they got more credit for their hard-fought-for results. I hope these writings will give them their due.
Page 138 The Boer War (1899-1902) was one of the most important events in British imperial history. The ability of 40,000 Boer farmers to hold off ten times as many British for three years, inflicting a series of defeats on them over that period, destroyed faith in British power. Although the Boer republics were defeated and annexed in 1902, Britain's confidence was so shaken that it made a treaty with Japan providing that if either became engaged in war with two enemies in the Far East, the other would come to the rescue. This treaty allowed Japan to attack Russia in 1904.
Page 138 Milner's group, known as "Milner's Kindergarten" reorganized the government. By 1914, the Smuts government passed a law excluding natives from most semi-skilled or skilled work or any high-paying positions.
Page 139 By the Land Act of 1913, 7% was reserved for purchases by natives and the other 93% by whites. The wages of natives were about one tenth of those of whites. JCT: Just Milner's way of extending the great British tradition to the poor people of the world.
Page 141 These natives lived on inadequate and eroded reserves or in horrible urban slums and were drastically restricted in movements, residence, or economic opportunities and had almost no political or even civil rights. By 1950 in Johannesburg, 90,000 Africans were crowded into 600 acres of shacks with no sanitation with almost no running water and denied all opportunity except for animal survival and reproduction. JCT: Once again, sounds like the typical U.S. Third World protectorate. Somosa's Nicaragua, Papa Doc Duvalier's Haiti, Marcos's Philippines, Guatemala, El Salvador, Chile, all these American supported dictatorships have natives natives living on inadequate and eroded reserves or in horrible urban slums, drastically restricted in movements, residence, or economic opportunities and with almost no political or even civil rights, crowded into slums of shacks with no sanitation with almost no running water and denied all opportunity except for animal survival and reproduction. Is there any wonder the U.S. is hated all over the world. Let's remember that it's not the American people, not even the American soldiers that they hate, it's the American administrations which do this to them in the name of their rich businessment, just like the previously mentioned British government.
Page 142 In 1908, the Milner Round Table group worked a scheme to reserve the tropical portions of Africa north of the Zambezi river for natives under such attractive conditions that the blacks south of that river would be enticed to migrate northward. Its policy would be to found a Negro dominion in which Blacks could own land, enter professions, and stand on a footing of equality with Whites. Although this project has not been achieved, it provides the key to Britain's native policies from 1917 onward.
Page 143 In 1903, when Milner took over the Boer states, he tried to follow the policy that native could vote. This was blocked by the Kindergarten because they considered reconciliation with the Boers to be more urgent. In South Africa, the three native protectorates of Swaziland, Bechuanaland, and Basutoland were retained by the imperial authorities as areas where native rights were paramount and where tribal forms of living could be maintained at least partially. JCT: I wonder what became of these experiments?
MAKING THE COMMONWEALTH 1910-1926 Page 144 Back in London, they founded the Round Table and met in conclaves presided over by Milner to decide the fate of the empire. Curtis and others were sent around the world to organize Round Table groups in the chief British dependencies to give them, including India and Ireland, their complete independence. JCT: Notice that they were deciding the fate of the empire. I'd bet that not many people realized that these back-room boys controlled their front-room politicians that the ordinary people usually got to vote for. Still, their policies always betrayed whose interests they were really protecting. As their policies resulted in the deaths of many needy in their own countries, we can let those results speak for themselves.
Page 146 The creation of the Round Table groups was so secretive that, even today, many close students of the subject are not aware of its significance. JCT: One good reason for this is that anyone who suggests that secret groups planning the fate of the British or American empire would be immediately derided as 'conspiracy theorists" and everyone who is not a nut knows that the world's upheavals are purely accidental and never the result of planning no matter who gets rich by them.
Page 147 Curtis said, "The task of preparing for freedom the races which cannot as yet govern themselves is the supreme duty of those who can. Personally, I regard this challenge to the long unquestioned claim of the white man to dominate the world as inevitable and wholesome, especially to ourselves. Our whole race has outgrown the merely national state and will pass either to a Commonwealth of Nations or else to an empire of slaves. And the issue of these agonies rests with us." JCT: I'd certainly agree that the responsibility for the agonies of the world should be laid with them. That's what these writings are all about.
EAST AFRICA 1910-1931 Page 149 Publicity for their views on civilizing the natives and training them for eventual self-government received wide dissemination. JCT: But as usual, all talk, no action. Remember that these slave drivers are really good at talking the caring line as long as their deeds never agree with their words. x
Page 150 By 1950 Kenya had discontented and detribalized blacks working for low wages on lands owned by whites. It had about two million blacks and only 3,400 whites in 1910. Forty years later, it had about 4 million blacks and only 30,000 whites. The healthful highlands were reserved for white ownership as early as 1908. The native reserves had five times as much land although they had 150 times as many people. JCT: Other than being white, these small rich minorities exist in every Third World Hell on earth. While the natives perish from poverty and disease, the elites jet-set around the world with others of their ilk.
The whites tried to increase the pressure on natives to work on white farms rather than to seek to make a living on their own lands within the reserves, by forcing them to pay taxes in cash, by curtailing the size or quality of the reserves, by restricting improvements in native agricultural techniques and by personal and political pressure and compulsion. The real crux of the controversy before the Mau Mau uprising of 1948- 1955 was the problem of self-government; Pointing to South Africa, the settlers in Kenya demanded self-rule which would allow them to enforce restrictions on non-whites.
Page 151 From this controversy came a compromise which gave Kenya a Legislative Council containing representatives of the imperial government, the white settlers, the Indians, the Arabs, and a white missionary to represent the blacks. Most were nominated rather than elected but by 1949, only the official and Negro members were nominated. JCT: Just spreading Ruskin's good news for the poor as usual.
Page 152 As a result of the 1923 continued encroachment of white settlers on native preserves, the 1930 Native Land Trust Ordinance guaranteed native reserves but these reserves remained inadequate.
Page 153 Efforts to extend the use of native courts, councils and to train natives for an administrative service were met with growing suspicion based on the conviction that the whites were hypocrites who taught a religion that they did not obey, were traitors to Christ's teachings, and were using these to control the natives and to betray their interests under cover of religious ideas which the whites themselves did not observe in practice.
INDIA TO 1926 Although the East India Company was a commercial firm, it had to intervene again and again to restore order, replacing one nominal ruler by another and even taking over the government of those areas where it was more immediately concerned and to divert to their own pockets some of the fabulous wealth they saw flowing by. Areas under rule expanded steadily until by 1858 they covered three-fifths of the country. JCT: Once again, we have the situation of a private company pocketing all of the fabulous wealth while leaving the local population to starve. Always backed by the British government, these companies benefited while the mass of the English people or the oppressed natives did not. Page 154 In 1857-1858, a sudden, violent insurrection of native forces, known as the Great Mutiny, resulted in the end of the Mogul empire and of the East India Company, the British government taking over their political activities.
Page 157 Numerous legislative enactments sought to improve the conditions but were counterbalanced... by the growing burden of peasant debt at onerous terms and at high interest rates. Although slavery was abolished in 1843, many of the poor were reduced to peonage by contracting debts at unfair terms and binding themselves and their heirs to work for their creditors until the debt was paid. Such a debt could never be paid, in many cases, because the rate at which it was reduced was left to the creditor and could rarely be questioned by the illiterate debtor. JCT: And of course, this is just the same picture of the world that we see today. Moneylenders enslaving everyone with unpayable debt. It just doesn't seem as deadly in richer countries but in the poorer countries, it's quite murderous. I have a videotape of a CBC Man Alive episode called Beautiful Bombay where we see Indian peasants carrying loads of wood around while singing a song with the verses "Damn this usury that chains us down." Later, one of them in his loin-cloth was interviewed by a reporter who asked him if he had any savings. Here is this sentient being who replied to her "Savings? Savings? Lady, I don't even have any clothes." Just another indictment of Rothschild World waiting for them on the other side.
Page 158 In spite of India's poverty, there was a considerable volume of savings arising chiefly from the inequitable distribution of income to the landlord class and to the moneylenders (if these two groups can be separated in this way). JCT: Just like it works in most of the world today. Again.
Page 161 Hinduism was influenced by Christianity and Islam so that the revived Hinduism was really a synthesis of these three religions. Played down was the old and basic Hindu idea of Karma where each would reappeared again and again in a different physical form and in a different social status, each difference being a reward or punishment for the soul's conduct in at it's previous appearance. There was no real hope of escape from this cycle, except by a gradual improvement through a long series of successive appearances to the ultimate goal of complete obliteration of personality (Nirvana) by ultimate mergence in the soul of the universe (Brahma). This release (moksha) from the endless cycle of existence could be achieved only by the suppression of all desire, of all individuality and of all will to live.
IRELAND TO 1939 Page 173 The Cromwellian conquest of Ireland in the seventeenth century had transferred much Irish land, as plunder of war, to absentee English landlords. In consequence, high rents, insecure tenure, lack of improvements and legalized economic exploitation, supported by English judges and English soldiers, gave rise to violent agrarian unrest and rural atrocities against English lives and properties. JCT: Once again, same system, only in a different time and place. We'll see that the same formula applies over and over throughout all of our recent history.
THE FAR EAST TO WORLD WAR I
THE COLLAPSE OF CHINA TO 1920 Page 176 The destruction of traditional Chinese culture under the impact of Western Civilization was considerably later than the similar destruction of Indian culture by Europeans The upper-most group derived its income as tribute and taxes from its possession of military and political power the middle group derived its incomes from sources such as interest on loans, rents from lands and the profits from commercial enterprises. Although the peasants were clearly an exploited group, this exploitation was impersonal and traditional and thus more easily borne. JCT: But still, exactly the same kind of debt oppression at the root of the inequity.
Page 179 Only in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century did peasants in China come to regard their positions as so hopeless that violence became preferable to diligence or conformity. This change arose from the fact that the impact of Western culture on China did, in fact, make a peasant's position economically hopeless. JCT: In the case of oppression by American corporations and moneylenders, whenever the peasants found their lot so hopeless that violence became preferable to starvation, the American administration simply labeled them communists and sent in the Marines to the approval of the sheeple at home who believed it all. I think it was General Smedley Butler who said that he and his Marines were simply gangsters for American corporations in the Third World.
Page 180 Chinese society was too weak to defend itself against the West. When it tried to do so, as in the Opium Wars of 1840-1861 or in the Boxer uprising of 1900, such Chinese resistance to European penetration was crushed by armaments of the Western Powers and all kinds of concessions to these Powers were imposed on China. Until 1841, Canton was the only port allowed for foreign imports and opium was illegal. As a consequence of Chinese destruction of illegal Indian opium and the commercial exactions of Cantonese authorities, Britain imposed on China the treaties of Nanking (1842) and of Tientsin (1858). These forced China to cede Hong Kong to Britain and to open sixteen ports to foreign trade, to impose a uniform import tariff of no more than 5%, to pay an indemnity of about $100 million, to permit foreign legations in Peking, to allow a British official to act as head of the Chinese customs service, and to legalize the import of opium. China lost Burma to Britain, Indochina to France. Also Formosa and the Pescadores to Japan, Macao to Portugal, Kiaochow to Germany, Liaotung (including Port Arthur) to Russia, France took Kwangchowan and Britain took Kowloon and Weihaiwei. Various Powers imposed on China a system of extraterritorial courts under which foreigners in judicial cases could not be tried in Chinese courts or under Chinese law. JCT: So the Chinese had to suffer all these concessions because they didn't want the British peddling heroin to their people. When you realize what the imperialist countries have done to them, it's no wonder that they have a great mistrust, even hate, of these aliens. After four chapters, I think that the pattern of how Rothshild's world of oppression works is quite clear. Corporations take all the profits from resource development and their governments intervene to kill anyone who objects. It's a sad record to be responsible for.
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