by Claire Bernish, October 19th 2016
Months before Hillary Clinton officially announced her bid for the presidency, the Rothschild family was hard at work helping craft her future economic policy.
As Wikileaks reveals in the ongoing hugely-damaging release of John Podesta’s files, Lynn Forester de Rothschild, who maintains an incredibly cozy personal relationship with the Clintons, was already forming Hillary’s economic policy in January 2015 — long before the former secretary of state announced her candidacy.
On January 7, 2015, Lady Rothschild wrote to top Clinton aide, Cheryl Mills, under the subject heading “FW: Elizabeth Warren”:
“I think this blog overstates what Warren was doing, but we need to craft the economic message for Hillary so that Warren’s common inaccurate conclusions are addressed. Xoxo Lynn.”
In the blog Rothschild refers to, Warren attacks Clinton’s close association with Big Banks and Wall Street, by highlighting how enormous free trade deals and banking deregulation line the wallets of the elite at the expense of the working class.
Rothschild’s brief message tells of the upcoming predictably negative public perception Clinton would incur for her fealty to bankers — as clearly evidenced in the transcripts of highly-paid speeches for Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and others — also recently released by WikiLeaks.
Of course, the irony of both Lady Rothschild’s concern and her heralding the “need to craft” Hillary’s “economic message” cannot be overstated.
Heading an elite global banking empire, the notorious — or, more aptly, nefarious — Rothschild family collectively shapes the planet’s economic and, thus, political policies. Lynn Forester de Rothschild, who married billionaire financier Sir Evelyn de Rothschild in 2000, plays prominently throughout Clinton’s political career — including her tenure at the State Department.
In fact, it could easily be argued Clinton’s Big Bank loyalty more accurately lies specifically with the Rothschild family.
Wikileaks’ previous release of Hillary Clinton’s emails disclosed an April 2010 exchange in which Rothschild tells Clinton under the subject heading “Miss you” that she “would love to catch up” and “I remain your loyal adoring pal.” Clinton responds in kind, “let’s make that happen,” and signs off, “Much love, H.”
Then in September 2010, Clinton messaged Rothschild, “I was trying to reach you to tell you and Teddy that I asked Tony Blair to go to Israel as part of our full court press on keeping the Middle East negotiations going.” She also asks, “Let me know what penance I owe you.”
Rothschild thanks Clinton for “personally reaching out to us,” and notes, “You are the best, and we remain your biggest fans. Sweet dreams and Godspeed with everything you are doing.”
In January 2012, Clinton emailed aides, reminding them about an upcoming “conference in England about climate change … sponsored by Jacob Rothschild at his historic estate, Waddesdon.”
And the Rothschild influence obviously continues — on May 12 this year, Clinton showed her true colors by attending a $100,000-per-plate fundraising dinner hosted by none other than Lynn Forester de Rothschild.
Despite their insidious and overwhelming influence in global geopolitics and finance, the Rothschild dynasty manages to shield themselves from public scrutiny — an estimated trillion-dollar fortune makes such evasion simple. When snippets of their intimate relationships with the political and financial elite do surface, it only adds to the all-but-proven theory the Rothschilds essentially rule the globe through puppet politicians.
Considering Lynn Forester de Rothschild’s apparent hand in potential President Hillary Clinton’s economic policy, such theories don’t appear so far from the truth — and only further prove the United States has strayed from its democratically-based roots to become a banking and corporate plutocracy.
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