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Who Sold Iran to the “Khazarian Mafia” in 1872?



Posted by Jonas E. Alexis on April 12, 2015

Mayer Rothschild: “Our late father taught us that if a high placed person enters into a [financial] relationship with a Jew, he belongs to the Jew.”

Mayer Rothschild once said: “Our late father taught us that if a high placed person enters into a [financial] relationship with a Jew, he belongs to the Jew.”[1]

There is plenty of evidence for this. All you have to do is look at the covert operation that the Rothschilds themselves undertook when they first started to hold Europe by the balls. Citing Niall Ferguson, E. Michael Jones writes,

“After Mayer Amschel Rothschild’s sons spread out to the major financial centers of Europe: ‘the multinational structure of their firm enabled them to engage in arbitrage, exploiting price differences between, say, the London and Paris markets.’

“‘They could also bail each other out in the event of liquidity and solvency squeezes. Never—not even in 1848—did financial crisis strike everywhere in Europe simultaneously and with equal severity. When Britain suffered in 1825, James could bail out Nathan. When Paris collapsed in 1830, Nathan could reciprocate.’”[2]

This was largely how the Rothschilds began to dominate much of Europe. Now the members of the family do not need to bail each other out anymore. The government will do that for them. What is equally worse is that they can literally destroy the economy and get a $20 million raise for their evil work![3]

Finally, a Jew by the name of Greg Smith, who worked as an executive director and vice president of Goldman Sachs for years, ended up calling the company “toxic and destructive” because it is guided by “morally bankrupt people” who are literally “ripping their clients off.”[4] Smith said,

““I have seen five different managing directors refer to their own clients as ‘muppets,’ sometimes over internal e-mail.”[5]

Smith left the whole business and wrote an entire book on what Goldman Sachs is doing in secret. The New York Times and Forbes,[6] among other Zionist outlets, quickly began to defend Goldman Sachs, but Smith had already done enough damage. In Smith’s view, someone should have been going to jail:

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In short, the Dreadful Few, or the “Khazarian Mafia,” as Preston James would have put it, can literally plunder the entire economic infrastructure with little consequences:

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What is interesting here is that the Dreadful Few used similar covert operation to own major countries both in the Middle East and Europe. In 1872, they infiltrated Iran through a monkey business:

“Nasir al-Din Shah, Shah of Iran from 1848-1896, sold Baron Julius de Reuter the right to operate all of Iran’s railroads and canals, most of the mines, all of the government’s forests, and all future industries.

“The famous British statesman Lord Curzon called it ‘the most complete and extraordinary surrender of the entire industrial resources of a kingdom into foreign hands that has probably ever been dreamed of.’ Iranians were so infuriated that the Shah had to rescind the sale the next year.”[7]

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Julius Reuter

As the saying goes, once a mush-head pulls the level of a floodgate, you can never tell the water where to land. Reuter, a member of the Dreadful Few, opened the floodgate. Shortly thereafter, the CIA began their covert operation:

“If the Reuters thing weren’t enough to give Iranians a grudge against the Western media, the BBC transmitted a secret code to help Kermit Roosevelt (Teddy’s grandson) lay the groundwork for an American and British coup against Mosaddegh. (BBC Persian also assisted by broadcasting pro-coup propaganda on the orders of the British government.)

“Soon enough the U.S. was training the regime’s secret police in how to interrogate Iranians with methods a CIA analyst said were “based on German torture techniques from World War II.”[8]

Once Iran was viewed as a colony created by the “Khazarian Mafia,” members of the Dreadful Few and their puppets slowly but surely began to think that they could dispose or discard the country and their people at will. Now they can say irreducibly disgusting things about the country, such as:

“These guys [Iranians] are ants. When the time comes, you crush them.”[9]

Once again, let us change the table around. What if one Iranian official happens to utter such a phrase? Wouldn’t the Zionist media broadcast it day after day, month after month, and year after year ad nauseam?

You want to try an experiment? Get a microphone, go to some of the major cities in America and Europe, and take a brief survey. Read the quote above to the people you meet and ask them a simple question: Who do you think said that? Give them some hints: name some countries both in the Middle East and in America.

The answer may surprise you.

“Admiral James Lyons Jr., commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet in the 1980s,has said we were prepared to ‘drill them back to the fourth century.’

“Richard Armitage, then assistant secretary of defense, explainedthat we considered whether to ‘completely obliterate Iran.’ Billionaire and GOP kingmaker Sheldon Adelson advocates an unprovoked nuclear attack on Iran — ‘in the middle of the desert’ at first, then possibly moving on to places with more people.”[10]

Well, in 1988, the United States started to “drill” Iran “back to the fourth century” by literally shooting down a civilian Iranian airliner, “killing 290 people, including 66 children”:

“On July 3, 1988, the USS Vincennes, patrolling in the Persian Gulf, blew Iran Air Flight 655 out of the sky. The New York Times had editorialized about “Murder in the Air” in 1983 when the Soviet Union mistakenly shot down a South Korean civilian airliner in its airspace, declaring, ‘there is no conceivable excuse for any nation shooting down a harmless airliner.’

“After the Vincennes missile strike, a Times editorial announced that what happened to Flight 655 ‘raises stern questions for Iran.’ That’s right — for Iran. Two years later the U.S. Navy gave the Vincennes’s commander the highly prestigious Legion of Merit commendation.”[11]

So, if Iran officials are saying that the U.S. constantly breaches their promises,[12] Iranian officials are just being generous because the U.S. has done a lot worse than that.

What is so amazing is that despite what the U.S. has done, Iran has never invaded a country or manipulated our stock market or sent us to war or even sent us a six-trillion dollar bill.

Obama is certainly aware of what the U.S. has done to Iran, and perhaps this is why he is trying to tell puppets like John McCain to back off.[13] Obama also needs to explicitly tell the psychopath from Tel Aviv the same thing: back off and chill out. Obama would be better off to even send him a nice picture of a chicken, just to remind the psychopath of the chicken thing again.


 



 

 
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