Thursday, May 15, 2014

Inside the London Estate of a Major League Establishment Crony

Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild (59) is the chief executive officer of E.L. Rothschild, a holding company she owns with her third husband, Sir Evelyn Robert de Rothschild (82), a member of THE Rothschild family. The company manages investments in The Economist Group, owner of The Economist magazine, Congressional Quarterly and the Economist Intelligence Unit, Weather Central, LP, the world's largest provider of weather software and data to the broadcast industry, as well as real estate, agricultural and food interests. By virtue of her marriage to a knight, she is known socially as Lady de Rothschild.

Harper's Bazar snapped pictures inside the London estate of  Lady de Rothschild,  here.

From the profile accompanying the layout:
 Her husband, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild, served as an usher at Queen Elizabeth's coronation, and later headed the bank that used to help set the price of gold in the world...She sits on the boards of Estée Lauder and the Peterson Institute for International Economics and is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. But the big date on Lynn's calendar right now is May 27, when E.L. Rothschild will cohost with Fiona Woolf, the Lord Mayor of London, "The Conference on Inclusive Capitalism," a high-powered symposium at the Mansion House and Guildhall, with a list of keynote speakers that includes former president Clinton, International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde, and the governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney....

You can't be friends with Lynn and not know that the woman she most admires is Hillary Clinton. Lynn's own entrée into politics came in 1976, when she worked on New York Democrat Daniel Patrick Moynihan's first senatorial campaign. She met the Clintons when she became actively involved in Bill's presidential run in 1992, and has remained close with them ever since....

It was in 1998 that she met Sir Evelyn de Rothschild, at the Bilderberg Conference in Turnberry, Scotland, when they were introduced by a mutual friend, Henry Kissinger. The couple exchanged vows in London two years later, and were feted back in the States at a wedding party given by Senator Moynihan and his wife, Liz, in a private room at the Capitol, where they were toasted by the Clintons, among others.


  1. Harper's Bazzaar describes Lady Rothschild as an American entrepreneur.
    That little slide show didn't show the Breakfast nook where the creepy super rich dine amidst the whining of chained starving children.
    This is no lie.
    Alex Jones once described how the super rich Global elite do this. His descriptions are entertaining but I felt that this was a little too far so I chuckled.
    A few days later, sure enough, some super rich global elite family was busted in Belgium with a dungeon in their estate with..........starving orphans.
    F'ing weird.

    1. Elizabeth Warren Reveals Inside Details of Trade Talks

      One of Senator Elizabeth Warren’s top priorities since coming to Washington has been opening up ongoing international trade talks to public scrutiny—she has, on several occasions, criticized the secret nature of the negotiations, and has pressed the administration’s trade representative directly about transparency.

      On Wednesday night in DC, at Public Citizen’s annual gala, Warren spoke about the trade deals in some of her most direct remarks to date on the issue—and revealed some inside details about the debate in Congress.

      “From what I hear, Wall Street, pharmaceuticals, telecom, big polluters and outsourcers are all salivating at the chance to rig the deal in the upcoming trade talks. So the question is, Why are the trade talks secret? You’ll love this answer. Boy, the things you learn on Capitol Hill,” Warren said. “I actually have had supporters of the deal say to me ‘They have to be secret, because if the American people knew what was actually in them, they would be opposed.’”