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The 'Elite'

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o sung wu "And if it's true, these ROTHCHILDS have never been audited"

The problem is they have so much and essentially a lot of what they own or control are behind shelf companies and lots of trusts and various other legal ways to hide they real owner, simply where would you start and bet you would miss lots of their assets.

As an comparison the pentagon is monetarily and complexity wise like the Rothchilds but for years Congress want them audited, hasn't happened.

With the pentagon the problem is where has the money gone as opposed to the Rothchilds which is where is the money.

http://www.thefiscaltimes.com/2016/07/31/Pentagon-s-Sloppy-Bookkeeping-Means-65-Trillion-Can-t-Pass-Audit

Pentagonís Sloppy Bookkeeping Means $6.5 Trillion Canít Pass an Audit

The Defense Department over the years has been notorious for its lax accounting practices. The Pentagon has never completed an audit of how they actually spend the trillions of dollars on wars, equipment, personnel, housing, healthcare and procurements.

An increasingly impatient Congress has demanded that the Army achieve ďaudit readinessĒ for the first time by Sept. 30, 2017, so that lawmakers can get a better handle on military spending. But Pentagon watchdogs think that may be mission impossible, and for good reason.

A Department of Defense inspector generalís report released last week offered a jaw-dropping insight into just how bad the militaryís auditing system is.

The Defense Finance and Accounting Service, the behemoth Indianapolis-based agency that provides finance and accounting services for the Pentagonís civilian and military members, could not provide adequate documentation for $6.5 trillion worth of year-end adjustments to Army general fund transactions and data.
Posted by Philip S, Saturday, 15 July 2017 3:29:22 PM
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o sung wu I can't imagine the money means much to them. We humans have only so many senses to gratify. However running businesses successfully can be extremely gratifying, & almost all consuming. I should imagine running countries & governments by proxy could become all consuming.

I have run a couple of bankrupt companies. One I took from losing millions a year to making millions in just 2 years. This was all consuming, & I worked 14 hours a day 29 days a month, because every day was too important to not be there.

This was not for the money, when you have few expenses & over $100,000, [25 years ago] a year coming in, money is unimportant. I was paid less than a number of weekend staff, working 14 hours on penalty rates. It was the satisfaction of doing it, & having your ideas prove successful that made it a great way to spend your time.

For over 2 years I did not have 2 consecutive days off, & once it got to the stage where I could take a week off with out anything collapsing, I lost interest & left.

Someone has to own those huge companies, & as I don't want to, for me it might as well be the ROTHCHILDS
Posted by Hasbeen, Saturday, 15 July 2017 3:34:47 PM
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Hi there PHILIP S...

I'm sure you're right with the various shelf companies and other deeply arcane off-shore businesses they can operate without, seemingly doing so. Money assures power, and with power you can almost buy governments, why then am I not surprised.

In my previous career I witnessed enumerable examples of the use of power to alter or obfuscate even the truth to such an extent, where any vestiges of wrongdoing were utterly obliterated for all time. Moreover with great power, even the truth itself can become warped to such an extent as to become mendacious! Whereas mendacity can be sufficiently distorted to become truthfulness, all at the merest whim of those who exercise the 'power'.

G'day HASBEEN...

I understand the real buzz you must achieve when you have the opportunity to develop a hopelessly run-down Company, and through your own guile and sweat, manage to turn it back around into a successful going-concern, while operating totally in the black. I hear of old colleagues who've worked and involved themselves and their family, into a small business and slowly see it beginning to succeed? The happiness must resonate right throughout the entire family.

Conversely, when a family has poured all their combined resources and energies into a family enterprise, only to see it fail, and fail again. That can only end in tragedy with a precursor of; public shame, bankruptcy, and sadly (occasionally) a tragic murder-suicide.
Posted by o sung wu, Saturday, 15 July 2017 4:54:37 PM
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I thought I should explain my title, 'The Elite'. Recently one of the Bush's (ex-president) was speaking at a 'closed door' function where no media and therefore recording or photographic equipment was allowed. Someone in the audience recorded Mr Bush, at one point, with his arms outstretched towards the audience, saying 'we are the elite'. I won't say any more but it was very damaging for the people at this gathering if this got out. It would finally show up these people for what they truly are.
Posted by ALTRAV, Saturday, 15 July 2017 6:08:35 PM
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o sung wu,

The principal within the Rothschild family is a figment of your imagination.

While it is still a very rich family, it's also a very large family. Not all are in banking and finance. And some are princes and princesses.

The size of the family fortune is of little significance, as it no longer operates as one.
Posted by Aidan, Sunday, 16 July 2017 1:59:31 AM
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For anyone interested in the family there are two
volumes that should be available at your local
libraries:

1) "The House of Rothschild (V.1): Money's Prophets
1798 - 1848" by Niall Ferguson.

2) "The House of Rothschild (V.2): The World's Bankers
1849 - 1999" by Niall Ferguson.

Both are reputable references and well worth a read.
Posted by Foxy, Sunday, 16 July 2017 10:17:06 AM
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