Napoleon, The House of the Red Shield and the Battle of 1812

Even though, Mayer Amschel Rothschild died in Frankfurt, Germany in 1812, his power Imagegrew exponentially through his five sons. Possibly, Rothschild’s avidity can be summarized in a quote he personally made which goes like “give me control of a nation’s money supply, and I care not who makes its laws”.  Throughout his life, he coached his sons about the dynamics of finance, formation and handling of monetary funds. Approaching to his time of death, Mayer advised his future beneficiaries that they should bolster Rothschild’s bank, to become Europe’s leading investment company. Wherein he sent his five sons in various major cities in the European continent, Nathan was appointed in London, Amschel, the eldest established himself in Frankfurt. Meanwhile, Salomon organized Vienna’s House of Rothschilds. Carl migrated to Naples. Then, James the youngest of the four opened the French branch in Paris.  The foundation of the quinary centers of the Rothschild Empire was betokened by the five arrows in the family’s coat of arms. The friendly association between the Rothschilds and the Freemasonry group turned illuminati endured with these new breeds. Moreover, Freemasonry was an aspect associated with Adam Weishaupt, three Rothschild male siblings, and French military turned political leader, Napoleon Bonaparte.

In June 1798, Bonaparte was brought into the Freemasonry. He was a member of the Masonic organization, but because of his eminent imperialist ardor. He selected himself as King of France in December 1804.

Napoleon delighted in his colossal achievements as a monarch of France, yet his administration had a capacity of implementing such malefic laws. Napoleon’s Banque de France (Bank of France), which arranges free interest loans to people became a direct threat to the Rothschild’s banking business. The Rothschilds then arrived at conclusion to overpower Napoleon by pecuniary dominance.

The monarch experienced financial deficiency that he conceded to sell French districts to the United States of America through the 1804 Louisiana Purchase. Concurrently, Nathan Rothschild in the English territory took charge of Prince William’s funds, moved it to Germany to Amschel Rothschild and utilized to finance the British military. Jacob Rothschild in the French domain was a member of the many banks outlaying Napoleon’s armed forces. In this we can derive that the House of Rothschilds were engaged at financing both sides in the battle of 1812. Thus, the contemporary financial scheme, a brainchild of the Rothschilds was matching funds for both forces in armed conflicts for 200 years.

Although Napoleon lost in the battle of the Waterloo, the Rothschilds’ dominion reigned in the fiscal sector. It can be justified, because they are the only company who had a system of banking connections and couriers all over Europe, which can traverse from the French and English barriers.  One of their owned couriers was able to pass through the English Channel which then brought news that Wellington won the war, 24 hours advanced before Wellington’s courier.

Apparently, Nathan Rothschild had an idea that he contained crucial information. So, he commanded his employees to sell his British War Bonds. Meanwhile, other banking players noticed his tactics and started to trade their bonds in consternation, because they thought that the bonds would become ignoble. After which, Nathan directed his workers to purchase all British bonds they could find. When, The Big Smoke heard the news that England triumphed against Napoleon, the British bonds’ market price skyrocketed.

The possession of such high-priced bonds suggests that the Rothschilds owned the Bank of England. Starting from the Battle of Waterloo until the present, the influence of the British Royalty and the Rothschilds were so associated that the Rothschilds were given nobility titles. Hereafter, through intermarriage the House of Rothschild became part of the crown.

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