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Thats all bullshit

The Federal Reserve is controlled by the USG.....the Treasury gets the lion share of the profits and the "owners" are the member bank within each district.

Reciting what you hear in these videos doesn't make it true....just means you don't have a clue as to what you are talking about.

The Rothchild's DID NOT create the BOE.....LOL hahahah

The Bank of England foundation in 1694 arose out the difficulties of the Government of the day in securing subscriptions to State loans. Its primary purpose was to raise and lend money to the State and in consideration of this service it received under its Charter and various Act of Parliament, certain privileges of issuing bank notes. The corporation commenced, with an assured life of twelve years after which the Government had the right to annul its Charter on giving one year's notice. 'Subsequent extensions of this period coincided generally with the grant of additional loans to the State'

From Wikipedia

The family's ascent to international prominence began in 1744, with the birth of Mayer Amschel Rothschild in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. He was the son of Amschel Moses Rothschild, (born circa 1710.)

Mayer Amschel Rothschild (23 February 1744 – 19 September 1812) was a German banker and the founder of the Rothschild banking dynasty, which is believed to have become the wealthiest family in human history. Referred to as the "founding father of international finance," Rothschild was ranked seventh on the Forbes magazine list of "The Twenty Most Influential Businessmen of All Time" in 2005.

Nathan Mayer Rothschild,
He operated first as a textile merchant in Manchester, then from 1804 he began to deal on the London stock exchange in financial instruments such as foreign bills and government securities.

So the Rothchilds weren't even alive when the BOE was started..................Gezzzzzzzz...............Aren't you embarrassed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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