Sunday, March 1, 2015

Top Bankster Comes Out Against Crony Capitalism

 Lynn Forester de Rothschild

When a top bankster comes out against crony capitalism, you know the bankster just thinks the split should be cut a different way. In this case it means the Lady Rothschild doesn't like having to payoff politicians and wants law against it! There are just too many other ways to control politicians without having to pay out cols hard cash. 

Lynn Forester de Rothschild (60), who is married to Sir Evelyn Robert de Rothschild (83), tells the London Evening Standard that
Money in politics is very corrosive. Quite clearly, the laws have to change. I think one reason we’ve got into trouble is because of the influence of money in politics — there is way too much “crony capitalism” in the US and the UK. We can’t condemn the politicians who go out and raise money because if they didn’t they wouldn’t be in the game. This comes back to changing the law. And the Brits are much better on this than the Americans. We have to change the rules of the game.
For the record, her husband was a director at  De Beers and IBM United Kingdom Holdings, and chairman of British Merchant Banking & Securities House Association, and Rothschilds Continuation Holdings AG, and co-chairman of Rothschild Bank A.G., Zurich. In 1989, he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II, for whom he serves as a financial adviser. 


  1. Let me know when she denounces central banking.

  2. what's up with her feet looking so bruised and discolored?

    1. Imagine what you would see with the "special" sunglasses from the movie They Live. Now back to Obey, Consume, Sleep.

    2. Apparently when you drink liquid Gold in your oatmeal, it goes directly into your veins and it creates bruising...

    3. No kidding. Her arms, too. Maybe she and hubby are into S & M?

  3. When I hear a Rothschild say "change the law," I reach for my gold.

  4. Lord Rothschild: World Faces Worst Geopolitical Risk Since WWII

    ‘We are confronted by a geopolitical situation perhaps as dangerous as any we have faced since World War II: chaos and extremism in the Middle East, Russian aggression and expansion, and a weakened Europe threatened by horrendous unemployment, in no small measure caused by a failure to tackle structural reforms in many of the countries which form part of the European Union," Rothschild said.

    Despite the risks, Rothschild stated that equities could remain the preferred investment choice in 2015 given the continued commitment to near-zero interest rates.

    The R's are vocal...wonder why?,_4th_Baron_Rothschild