France and the Rockefellers Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

The current tension between France and America is not happening in a vacuum. There exists a long history between these two countries, and, especially between the dominant power/family in each country. By this I mean the Rockefeller Empire and the French Rothschilds.

There has been a connection between France and America. When the 13 American colonies fought for independence from Britain, France sided with the Americans. This was in 1776. Three years later, France underwent a revolution and was “regime-changed” by Jewish financiers based in London. Then, in the American Civil War in the 1860s, we find that France sided with Britain against Lincoln. This was a war launched by the Rothschilds to break up the US into 2 parts.

During the First World War, the US entered the war towards the end. This was done to bail out the Rothschilds, who were about to lose to Germany.

After the Second World War, the US emerged as the dominant global power. It was determined to eliminate the European powers international grip on Asia , the Middle East and Africa. The aim was to move these regions under the dominance of the dollar. The following 3 decades have seen many of these nations gain independence from the Rothschild’s European countries. This was a key point that increased the hostility between the 2 families. Here, we will deal with the French-American conflicts in several areas, starting with Vietnam.

Before that, let us discuss the different roles of the 2 branches of the Rothschilds-Britain and France. At the end of 1945, Britain, a greatly weakened global power, decided to hitch its wagon to the rising American Empire. It forged a “special relationship” with America, addressing the need for a union between the Anglo-Saxon countries- Britain, Canada, New Zealand and Australia with the US. In short, Britain became a junior partner to the new American Empire.

In addition, after America became the global dominant power, it found that in many areas, it lacked a network and capability of assets within many areas of the world that was dominated by the colonial powers. Thus, the Rockefeller Empire decided to use the British Empire’s assets in these countries. Now, we can discuss specific cases.

1. Vietnam

Vietnam was a French colony in the early 20th century. Japan invaded it in 1942, but was ousted by the victorious allies in 1945. Ho Chi Minh, the Vietnamese nationalist leader, issued a Declaration of Independence based on the American model, but to his dismay, the French returned, aided by America as a quid pro quo for French participation in NATO. What happened next?

The Americans had militarily occupied Japan. They created a war in Korea in 1949, hoping to destabilize China, which had just become a nation again, this time under communist rule. The war ended in a stalemate.

The aim of the Rockefeller Empire was to “take over “Asia from the Rothschilds, in order to have captive economic markets, and at the same time, to bring Asia into the dollar orbit. This first move was to kick the French out of Vietnam and then Laos and Cambodia (also under French influence). After Vietnam gained its independence, the US allowed France to re-take Vietnam in order to legitimize the new American control entity-NATO. A plan was hatched to aid Ho Chi Minh in North Vietnam to drive the French out. With the help of the CIA, a new guerilla war was launched by Ho Chi Minh, culminating in the defeat of France in 1954.

An additional point to note here is that the French controlled the heroin business – the infamous “French Connection’ of a drugs pipeline from south east Asia into Marseilles in France. Within a short time, this heroin business came under CIA control. After this, the CIA turned against Ho Chi Minh, and thus started a new round of fighting. This entrenched American interests in East Asia, with its corresponding benefits to the Rockefeller Empire; a loss for the French Rothschilds and a gain for the Rockefellers.

2. Algeria

At the end of World War 2, in 1945, the 5 Rockefeller brothers became the undisputed rulers of the world. America emerged unscathed from the war, and it had gotten massively wealthy in the process, and behind America stood the Rockefeller family. Their father John D Rockefeller Jnr, parceled the world out to 4 of his sons. Winthrop was not interested. John the 3rd was the eldest – he got Asia. Then came Nelson, who was  given Latin America, Lawrence was given Europe, and the youngest son David got Africa. In 1952 David toured Africa and was so impressed by the “opportunities” that the continent soon began to felt the effects of David’s greed. Were one to look at the struggle for independence amongst the African colonies of the European powers- especially the Rothschilds – one can pinpoint the beginning of this trend AFTER the visit to Africa of David Rockefeller. Rockefeller entities, including those of the US government – were put to work in bringing about a re-orientation of African countries towards the US, and away from Europe.

Algeria was a colony of France. In 1954, the nationalists began to fight to free themselves from France. By the 1950s, the CIA was discretely helping the nationalists of the country who were fighting to free Algeria from the French. After a brutal war, France was forced to leave Algeria. The French never forgave the Americans for this, as Algeria had lots of oil and gas resources.

 In December 1971, Algeria   eventually nationalized the oil and gas concessions given to Total and France. Earlier that same year, the concessions and holdings of Exxon were also nationalized. Algeria became the 100% owner of its oil and gas resources. Since then, Total has won some deals working with Algeria’s Sonantrach – the state-owned oil and gas company.

 At the present date, the 2 Rockefeller companies- ExxonMobil and Chevron – could gain access to Algeria’s vast natural gas resources as the U.S. supermajors are in advanced talks for exploration and production deals in the North African country. Algeria holds huge conventional natural gas reserves, and it is also estimated to have the third–largest shale gas reserves in the world after China and Argentina. ExxonMobil and Chevron could complete the talks on the deals with Algerian state-held oil and gas firm Sonatrach by the end of this year

Currently, Algeria is one of the largest natural gas producers in what is known as the Arab World behind Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Algeria is also the leading gas exporter in Africa with energy supply relationships with France, Spain, Italy, United States . Algerian crude oil reserves amount to about 12.2 billion barrels but Algeria could potentially double its oil and gas production in the next ten years as the Sahara is a largely unexplored territory. Today, oil revenue accounts for about 20% of Algeria’s gross domestic product and about 85% of the country’s total exports Algeria still owns SONATRACH which is Africa’s largest gas producer and the bulk of Algerian oil still comes from the Hassi Messaoud and the Edjele oil fields which were the two major oil fields in 1956. Once again, the French lost out to the Americans – another grievance against the Rockefellers.

3. The Paris Student Riots

In 1959 the external liabilities of the US was equal to her gold holdings, some $20 billion for both.  By 1967 gold reserves dropped to $12 billion, while external liabilities shot up to $36 billion. That same year the sterling crisis threatened to break the entire Bretton Woods construct. A gold pool was established to support the dollar, and France was a part of it.  A short while later, France withdrew from the gold pool. At this time, French industrial growth was the strongest in Europe, and the franc, backed by strong gold reserves and one of the strongest currencies. Then, French leader de Gaulle made one tactical blunder when he passed a law which allowed unlimited convertibility. But it was soon to become the Achilles heel which finished off France at the hands of Wall Street.

As the Rockefeller Empire refused to value the price of gold up, speculators dumped currencies and bought gold.  France withdrew from the gold pool- which upset David Rockefeller. In April 1968, at Washington’s insistence, a special meeting of the G10 was convened in Stockholm. US officials  planned to unveil yet another scheme, creation of a new “paper gold “ substitute through the IMF, so-called Special Drawing Rights SDR , in an effort to postpone the day of reckoning still further- and this was revaluing gold at a higher price. This was just a band aid.

Within days of the French refusal to back Washington’s SDR dollar bailout scheme, France became the target of the CIA’s plan to destabilize the country. The May 1968 student riots in France were the result of French refusal to follow the orders of the Rockefeller family. Within a year, de Gaulle was out of office. The Rockefellers won again, leaving the French Rothschilds furious Again, this was another grievance to add to the file.

The 1973 October War & Its Aftermath

In August 1971, the Rockefellers pulled the plug on the gold-dollar convertibility. The dollar crashed by 40% against major currencies. In October 1973, war broke out in the Middle East between Israel and Egypt/Syria. This war brought about an oil embargo and higher prices. What was worse was that the fact that from April 1975, all oil sales/purchases could only be transacted using the dollar, leaving the other nations in a bind.

To offset this disadvantage, France and Germany made a deal with Iran and South Africa. Both France and Germany would help to industrialise Iran in return for long-term agreements to supply oil by using the franc and the mark as payment instead of the dollar. To make their currencies stronger, a deal was made with South Africa to divert its gold sales to Paris and Bonn (to make their currencies stronger so that it would be acceptable to Iran) instead of London and Switzerland.

This deal infuriated the Rockefeller Empire, that had declared a war on gold, in favor of the dollar. Nonetheless, within a short time of this deal – announced in early 1975, the CIA and MI6 toppled the Shah of Iran, started a revolution in South Africa, and assassinated the architects of this deal in Germany and South Africa. Only France was left alone. The complete story is told, in detail, in the 3-part article, titled “The Iran File “. With the coup against the Shah of Iran, and the imposition of Khomeini as its new leader, all the agreements Between Iran and France/Germany were CANCELLED. This was another gain for the Rockefellers and another loss for the French Rothschilds.

4. Congo & Belgium

When Germany became a unified nation in 1870, its economy began to boom. It went looking for markets and bumped into the Rothschild’s stranglehold on Africa. At the Berlin Conference in 1882, Germany was awarded some real estate in Africa. The Rothschild family had assumed control of Netherlands from their spiritual ancestors who made Holland independent from Spain in the 1500s. After assuming control of Britain and France, the family re-arranged the political chessboard of Europe. And, thus, it made Belgium declare its independence from the Netherlands, and it was recognized in 1831 as a separate nation.

Belgian Congo

Belgian Congo, former French former colony  in Africa, ruled by Belgium from 1908 until 1960, was established by the Belgian parliament to replace the previous, privately owned Congo Free State, after international outrage over abuses there brought pressure for supervision and accountability. Private European and American corporations invested heavily in the Belgian Congo after World War I. Large plantations (growing cotton, oil palms, coffee, cacao, and rubber) and livestock farms were developed. In the interior, gold, diamonds, copper, tin, cobalt, and zinc were mined; the colony became an important source of uranium for the United States during World War II.

 African resistance challenged the colonial regime from the beginning. A rebellion broke out in several eastern districts in 1919 and was not suppressed until 1923. The first nationwide Congolese political party, the Congo National Movement, was launched in 1958 by Patrice Lumumba and other Congolese leaders. In January 1959, riots broke out in Kinshasa after a rally was held calling for the independence of the Congo. Violent altercations between Belgian forces and the Congolese also occurred later that year, and Belgium, which previously maintained that independence for the Congo would not be possible in the immediate future, suddenly capitulated and began making arrangements for the Congo’s independence. The Congo became an independent republic on June 30, 1960.

That’s the background. After David Rockefellers visit to Africa in the early 1950s, the family, through their UN began making a move to evict the Rothschilds from Congo. A bloody war followed. The Rothschild forces utilized their South African assets-through Oppenheimers Anglo American Corp, which hired mercenaries. When the Rothschild forces were losing, an operation was launched by the Rothschilds, called “Operation Celeste”, in which the UN General Secretary, Dag Hammarschold was killed, when his plane was shot down in northern Zambia.

The Americans won by installing Mobuto as the new strongman of Congo, now called Zaire. In the early 1990s, a new war broke out in the Congo, which is still ongoing. This war has cost the lives of more than 10 million people. It has become a proxy war between the 2 families for control of Congo’s’ massive resources- such as Colton and cobalt.

The full story of the Congo will be told, in the future, on “The Geopolitics of The Congo”. God Willing.

So far, to date, it seems that the Rockefellers are winning in the Congo, now known as the DRC.

The Rothschild-Belgium Link

The French Rothschilds have a bank called Paribas. It was one of many entities to house their holdings in many companies under the family’s orbit. The control is established through Belgium’s most powerful bank-Bank Lambert.

The precursor to Banque Lambert was founded in Brussels shortly after Belgium won independence in 1831. At that time, the enterprising Rothschild family opened its first Belgian office, adding, within a few years, a second bank in Antwerp under the direction of Samuel Lambert, a Frenchman born in Lyon in 1811. When the head of the main Rothschild branch in Brussels died, Lambert was named as the Rothschild’s manager for all of Belgium. Samuel was succeeded by his son Léon Lambert, who  solidified his ties to the Rothschilds by marrying a woman from the French side of that family.  Leon was ordered by the Rothschilds to  work closely with the king of Belgium, Léopold II, in financing the king’s venture into what became the Belgian Congo. For his help in this colonial experiment, Lambert was made a baron, a title inherited by his son Henri when the latter assumed command of the bank after World War I. Baron Henri Lambert took advantage of the booming economy of the mid-1920s to split away from the Rothschilds and form his own company, Banque Lambert. His first customers were friends of the family, and the bank remained a selective and largely aristocratic institution during its first decades.

When the Nazis occupied Belgium, the Lamberts were forced to flee to England and the United States, and it was not until 1949 that a second Léon Lambert, Henri’s son, took control of the bank which bore his name.

In 1981, socialists’ came to power in France – another factor that was to help the businessman on his way. The French bank Paribas, at risk of being nationalised, contacted Albert Frère, with whom it had a long partnership, requesting him to protect some of its assets. Frère’s solution was to put these assets in subsidiaries based in Switzerland and Belgium, with the condition that Paribas would hand over 51% of shares to trusted partners such as Albert Frère and Paul Desmarais, (this was to constitute their first business partnership). Bolstered by the cash influx and the relationships that went along with it, Albert Frère then came to the rescue of Groupe Bruxelles Lambert, recapitalising it and gradually taking control of it as well as many of Belgium’s top companies.

In the early 1980s, the French government nationalized Paribas, in what seemed to be a major setback for the family. In a bid to protect some of their holdings, a series of mergers took place between various Rothschild entities within their Belgium/French economies.Under a formula worked out between Paribas and Baron Lambert’s deputy and Rothschild cousin, Jacques Thierry; the French bank reorganized their Belgium holdings. In addition, a deal was done with another Rothschild frontee-Albert Frère, Belgium’s wealthiest man. He carved out an international role for himself by selling off Belgium’s prized companies to French transnationals within the Rothschild orbit. His number one company is Groupe Bruxelles Lambert or GBL. Belgium’s second largest commercial bank, Bank Brussels Lambert (BBL) was created in 1975 by the merger of Banque de Bruxelles and Banque Lambert, with Thierry as president.  Of course, the Rothschild connections do not exactly weaken Lambert.

Another Rothschild asset is a Canadian by the name of Paul Desmarais- head of the Power Corp of Canada- a French Rothschild entity. Groupe Bruxelles Lambert (GBL), the holding company owned by Albert Frère and the Quebec Desmarais family, was a key asset in building the most powerful company and bank in Belgium. This is a $25 billion heavyweight.Never heard of Groupe Bruxelles Lambert? Although it boasts a portfolio valued at $25 billion , The company remains relatively unknown, with holdings in companies such as such as Total, Engie, cement (LafargeHolcim) to sports and fashion (Adidas, Burberry), as well as alcoholic beverages (Pernod Ricard), , ore extraction and processing (Imerys, Umicore), inspection and verification (SGS), disposable hygiene products (Ontex), amusement parks (Parques reunidos), agri-food technology (GEA) and finance (Sienna Capital).  GBL  is one of those holding companies through which the Rothschilds and their allied  wealthy families hold majority shares in a number of corporations, playing a key role in influencing these companies’ corporate strategies and decisions. These holding companies often operate by stockpiling companies located in Belgium Switzerland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, which has the dual benefit of reducing their tax bill and enabling them to increase their investment capacity by making the capital of these companies available to minority shareholders while they retain control. This is exactly what GBL did.

Belgium’s prized companies sold to French Rothschild companies. Electrabel was sold to GDF Suez (now Engie), Petrofina went to Total, the insurance company Royale Belge haggled off to Axa, Fortis laid on a platter to BNP Paribas, the GIB supermarket group sold to Promodès before it merged with Carrefour, the BBL bank entrusted to its Dutch competitor ING … Albert Frère’s subsequent career is not much more than a string of Belgian heavyweights sold off to foreign (primarily French) corporations, in exchange for a percentage of the capital in these companies. This is how a Rothschild nominee operates in the shadow world of international finance. It is important to identify –“who’s who in the zoo”.

In short, Belgium’s prized companies were distributed to various other companies within the French Rothschild orbit.

The career of the Charleroi businessman is tightly entwined with the French business elite, first very early on with Paribas, before the company became BNP Paribas, and then later with Suez, joining forces with the company in the eighties against Italian businessman Carlo de Benedetti, to take control of the prestigious bank and holdings company SGB (Société générale de Belgique) and its key asset: Electrabel, which then had a virtual monopoly on Belgium’s electricity in market, and owns several ageing nuclear power plants.

As a Rothschild “nominee”, Albert Frère was also closely aligned with LVMH and its chair and CEO Bernard Arnault-another French Rothschild “nominee” fronting for the family. He does not own the company, but the family always gives its loyal servants a small “piece of the pie”, thus hiding their involvement.  Albert Frère had served as director of LVMH since 1997, but in 2017 gave up the position, taking over the role of advisory board member. His daughter Ségolène Gallienne is a director of Christian Dior, LVMH’s parent company.

As Nicolas Sarkozy’s main economic advisor, Albert Frère was also in league with the political world. The Rothschilds Belgian entities have been involved in a multitude of   human rights abuses and environmental crimes. The Lafarge case in Syria is not a one-off.

Within Wall Street, the infamous Mike Milliken worked for a firm called Drexel Burnham Lambert, or DBL. It was one of the key firms on Wall Street that did much to destroy corporate America during the crazy takeover period of the 80s and 90s. This was a 100 % owned Rothschild firm. The Drexel is a French nominee of the family, with an Anglo-French bank under the same name.

 In another point to note is that Brussels is the headquarters of NATO, the EU, the European Central Bank, SWIFT, and a few other transnational, multilateral entities and institutions. It seems that the Rockefeller Empire found Belgium to be a “hospitable” environment in which to base many of its European operations.

Another issue, very hidden from the public, is that Belgium is the center of child-sex trafficking, and such. The satanic culture and influence are pervasive in Belgium and the surrounding areas. Considering the merger between the satanic forces and the Rothschild family (back in the 1820s), this activity would then makes sense.

5. Brazil

 In 1989, Brazil signed an agreement with France, for which Washington was against. Behind Washington’s opposition to the Brazil-French aerospace program lies an agreement with Moscow.

 Now, U.S. diplomacy has taken upon itself the right to determine which countries may have access to modem technology, by launching a campaign to prevent France from striking a highly advantageous aerospace technology deal with Brazil. The technological package in question is for the construction and launching of two new communications satellites. The European Arianespace consortium–of which France is a major partner-is offering, among other things, to transfer to Brazil the technology for producing Viking-style liquid fuel engines, which would provide Brazil independence in the construction of its own rocket-launching vehicles. This in tum would give Brazil a tremendous boost in its aerospace program, enabling it to join that elite group of nations which controls all phases launching and operation–of space systems. Before the French offer, Brazil had tremendous difficulty in acquiring this technology, since the “club” of the seven most industrialized nations, headed by the United States, has always refused to provide it.

It would appear that the priority of Washington in its relations with Brazil is to preserve its condominium agreement with Moscow. Among the provisions of such a deal, is to prohibit the Third World from gaining access to modem technology, particularly technology that might have military applications. For to allow such ‘ strengthening of the national sovereignty of developing nations would be a fatal blow to the “one-world government” imperial schemes of both Mikhail Gorbachov and his patrons in the West, particularly the Rockefeller Empire.

To cut a long story short, the deal between Brazil and France did not go through. The French Rothschilds had one more issue with the Rockefellers.

6. The Oil Wars

The French Rothschilds were heavily invested in the new industries emerging in the 19th century in Europe. Quite often, loans were made that-for one reason or another-defaulted. If the family found it useful, they would take over the particular enterprise. Such was the case with oil. In the 1870s, Baku was a new oil province. Loans were made to 2 brothers that built a railway line to transport oil from Baku to the Black Sea. Another loan was made to an oil refinery in Trieste, on the eastern Italian coast. Both these loans defaulted. As a result, the family took over these assets. This is how the family entered the oil business. The oil business of the family was headed by Alphonse Rothschild. The full story is told in the articles “The Rise of the House of Rothschild “. See HERE.

By the late 1880s, this new Rothschild business was in heavy competition with the Rockefeller’s Standard Oil. And it was global. In 1892 and 1893, the Rothschilds and Rockefellers came close to bringing virtually all production into one system, dividing the world between them. The head of the oil portfolio (Alphonse) in the family lies with the French branch.  Alphonse even went to New York to meet with the Standard Oil executives. After several attempts, this plan failed. It was only by 1927 that an agreement was reached between these 2 families.

After the 1973 oil crises, Washington managed to get the Collective West, or Zone A nations to establish common response to the Arabs in the oil policy of the West. In order words, act with unity and not each nation doing deals with the Arab oil exporters. The answer was to establish the International Energy Agency, or the IEA. Originally, France was against it as they were very suspicious of the Americans. But, with the following years, the French Rothschilds managed to bring the IEA into its own orbit.

 At the urging of the Rockefeller family, the American Petroleum Institute was founded on 20 March 1919 and based in New York City. The American Petroleum Institute (API) is the largest U.S. trade association for the oil and natural gas industry. It claims to represent nearly 600 corporations involved in production, refinement, distribution, and many other aspects of the petroleum industry. It has advanced climate change denial and blocking of climate legislation to defend the interests of its constituent organizations.

Recently, since 2020, we have seen conflicting reports about the oil industry between these 2 agencies. It seems that the Rothschilds’ IEA and the Rockefellers’ API do have, at times, conflicting views and aims.

7. The Mistral Deal

The previous French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, had approved the sale of two Mistral warships to Russia in 2011, for around €1.2 billion, with options for two more. The vessels are capable of carrying 16 helicopters, up to 1000 troops and 50 armored vehicles.

That deal with Russian president Vladimir Putin drew criticism, with critics pointing to Russia’s 2008 invasion of Georgia, and concern rising when Russian troops seized Crimea and Moscow-backed separatists took control of the Donbas region, Eastern Ukraine, in 2014. The sale of the ships to Russia was canceled over the row between western governments and Moscow over the conflict in Ukraine and annexation of Crimea. If implemented, the sale would have been the most expensive weapons sale by a NATO member to Russia. The then French president, François Hollande, cancelled this deal, under pressure from the U.S. in August 2015.  France paid Russia total reimbursement of €949.75 million for cancelling the order for the Mistrals. The ships were eventually sold to Egypt for nearly a billion dollars.

This cancellation made the Russians very upset. Putin knew that Washington exercised pressure on Paris. This fiasco adds one more grievance against the Rockefellers.

8. The Aukus Deal

In 2016, Canberra signed a deal with France to build 12 Barracuda submarines. Canberra was keen on the French bid because of the ability to switch the Barracudas from diesel to nuclear power — technology that was deemed political poison so recently after the Fukushima disaster in Japan, but that the government believed could become more palatable in time. The project was meant to cost 50 billion Australian dollars (€31 billion). But that figure has since almost doubled. At last count, the Barracudas were going to cost around 90 billion Australian dollars (€56 billion). And that’s before the government factored in the cost of maintenance would set Canberra back a further 145 billion Australian dollars (€90.1 billion) over the life of the subs.

Australia urgently needed new subs to replace its six aging Collins-class submarines, which were slated for retirement in 2026. Without subs, Australia would be left vulnerable at a time of increasing tensions with China. But the first Barracuda couldn’t be delivered until 2035 or later, with construction extending into the 2050s. To avoid a gap, the Australian government said   that it would completely rebuild all six of its Collins-class submarines, at a cost of billions.

Enter AUKUS, a new alliance between Canberra, London and Washington, which will make it easier for the three countries to share information and technology, and pave the way for Australia to get its first nuclear-powered submarines. Then, out of nowhere, Australia cancelled the deal with France.  It’s clear that while Paris is upset with Australia, it is particularly furious with the part the U.S. played in the switcheroo.

The French felt that the Anglo-Saxon English-speaking world was intent on leaving France and Europe out of any lucrative deals between themselves.

French Foreign Minister  said the move was reminiscent of U.S. President Joe Biden’s predecessor in office, Donald Trump: “What concerns me as well is the American behavior- this brutal, unilateral, unpredictable decision looks very much like what Mr. Trump used to do … Allies don’t do this to each other … It’s rather insufferable.”

 “A stab in the back” is how French Foreign Minister described Australia’s move to tear up a submarine deal worth more than €50 billion to instead acquire nuclear-powered subs from the United States.

Add one more grievance that the French Rothschilds have for the Rockefellers.

9. Total vs Rockefeller

Total is a Rothschild company. Its CEO was De Margerie. He  had strong ties with many countries, particularly Russia. As head of Total, he was very critical of sanctions placed on Russia in response to its involvement in Ukraine, labeling them “useless” and advocating for Western oil companies to continue dealing with Russia. He was an astute strategist who recognized that the sanctions had placed the Total Group at a distinct advantage its competitors. He down played the situation by saying that “it was not the first time there was a crisis between Europe and Russia”.

In May 2013, Total was fined $398.2 million in a settlement with U.S. authorities over allegations the company paid $60 million in bribes to obtain oil and gas contracts in Iran between 1995 and 2004. Later that year, citing lack of evidence, de Margerie was acquitted by a Paris court in charges relating to an Iraq oil-for-food scandal, in which Total was accused of using bribery and other illicit means to access Iraqi oil between 1996 and 2003. The Rockefeller Empire did not want any western investment in the Russian oil and gas industry, as a way of punishing Russia. Because he disregarded this warning, the CIA arranged an “incident”, resulting in the death of Total’s chief.

Margerie was returning to Paris after a meeting at the country house of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, near Moscow, subsequent to a business leaders’ meeting in Gorky. The two men had been discussing investments in Russia amid the 2014 pro-Russian unrest in the East of Ukraine and the resulting Western sanctions imposed on Russia as a result of the standoff.  Margerie was killed in an aircraft crash in Moscow on 20 October 2014, along with the three-member crew.  The aircraft, a Dassault Falcon 50, hit a snowplow on take-off from the Vnukovo International Airport. The Russian Order of Honour was posthumously awarded to Margerie, and Putin named a Russian-built icebreaking LNG carrier after Margerie in 2017. Putin paid tribute to de Margerie as a “true friend of our country” via telegram to the French President, Mr Hollande; further stating, de Margerie had “pioneered many of the major joint projects and laid the foundation for many years of fruitful co-operation between France and Russia in the energy sector”.

There have been other brutal and dirty moves by the Americans to reduce the deals that Total makes with Iran, Iraq, Mozambique and others. David Rothschild-head of the French house had one more grievance to settle with the Rockefellers.

10. The Euro – Competition is a Sin!

The euro became the world’s newest currency when it made its introduction in 2000. It was the brainchild of the Rothschilds, who wanted to control Europe through the financial system. Instead of controlling 27 different nations through 27 central banks, the family opted to centralize such control through one central bank.

Since 1991, sanctions were placed on Iraq. In 1995, under heavy Saudi pressure, David Rockefeller (whose family owns the UN), agreed to a new policy for Iraq, called the “food-for-oil” policy, refereed by the UN. At that time the head of the UN was Boutros Boutros-Ghali aka BBG (Egypt), who held office from January 1992 to December 1996.

The Oil-for-Food Program was instituted to relieve the extended suffering of civilians as the result of the United Nations’ imposition of comprehensive sanctions on Iraq following Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait in August 1990.  The Oil-for-Food Program started in December 1996, and the first shipments of food arrived in March 1997. Sixty percent of Iraq’s twenty-six million people were solely dependent on rations from the oil-for-food plan.The program used an escrow system. Oil exported from Iraq was paid for by the recipient into an escrow account possessed until 2001 by BNP Paribas bank, rather than to the Iraqi government. The money was then apportioned to pay for war reparations to Kuwait, ongoing coalition and United Nations operations within Iraq. The remainder, the majority of the revenue, was available to the Iraqi government to purchase regulated items. Over US$53 billion worth of Iraqi oil was sold on the world market. About US$46 billion of this was intended to provide for the humanitarian needs of the Iraqi people such as food and medicine, given the context of international economic sanctions.

Paribas Bank is the main Rothschild bank involved in the oil business. Likewise, Chase Manhattan Bank (known as JPMorgan Chase since Nov 2000) is the principal bank that the Rockefellers use for the oil business.  That’s the background. Now, here comes the real story.

The French Rothschilds maneuvered BBG into granting the contract for the escrow account to be held at the French bank, Paribas-a Rothschild bank. Now, one of the most efficient ways of controlling a nation is to control its income. When news of this reached David Rockefeller, he hit the roof. He was furious- to put it mildly, as he hated the idea of Iraq falling under Rothschild control.  This resulted in BBG being fired as head of the UN by its true owner-David Rockefeller!

The Rothschilds instructed its African vassals to raise up a big hue and cry, insisting that the replacement for BBG must be another African! Thus, David Rockefeller appointed another African as head of the UN-   Kofi Annan (Ghana) who held office from January 1997 to December 2006. By the late 1990s, the threat to Israel on its eastern frontiers was not diminished with the defeat of Iraq in the first Gulf War in 1991. They had revived their old Zionist plan to break up Iraq into 3 parts. This called for the invasion and destruction of Iraq. How to convince the Americans of this? So, they came up with a brilliant plan; and this is how it went.

A suggestion was made to Saddam Hussein that it would be better to sell Iraq’s oil for the new currency –the euro-about to be released. In this manner, he would not have to deal in the “currency of the enemy”. Saddam Hussein fell for the bait. Emerging from a cabinet meeting on 14th September, 2000, he made the announcement that Iraq’s oil sales would be done in euros, with immediate effect.

Saddam Hussein did not realize it at that time, but he had just signed his death warrant. These were some of the after effects of Paribas controlling the “oil-for-food” program that David feared. Now was the time to react quickly to plan a counter-attack on the French Rothschilds. Within a month, through the use and weaponising of derivatives as an instrument of financial warfare, the premier Rothschild bank in America-JP Morgan-went bankrupt, and was bought up by David Rockefeller’s Chase Manhattan Bank. To further disguise obvious Rockefeller control, the new, enlarged entity was renamed JPMorgan Chase!

The beauty of this takeover lies in the fact that JP Morgan owned about 17% of the Federal Reserve Bank. The ownership of the Federal Reserve was split between the 2 families, at the inception of its founding in 1913. The split was two thirds to London and one-third to New York. With the takeover of JP Morgan, the Rockefeller family now owned more than 50% of the Federal Reserve and this brought them control. It was at this time that the Rockefellers decided that a new paradigm in granting home loans be made. These home loans would then be packaged together and sold to various financial institutions around the world-with most of these going to European banks- as a surefire way to cripple and, if possible, destroy these European banks-especially the very large banks-all of who are in the Rothschild orbit. These home loans were low quality and toxic, and issued at low interest rates. Without going into too much detail, the whole thing was rigged, and at the appropriate time, the Rockefeller/Fed combination brought about the 2008 financial crash.

Since then, after careful analyses, we find that the biggest victims of this scam were the European banks-with most of them within the Rothschild orbit. It has been 15 years since the crash. The fallout from this crash has left European banks in a very much weakened position. Long story short-this was the payback from David Rockefeller to the French Rothschilds. Most of the important Euro-zone banks are controlled by the French Rothschilds.

Overall, the Rothschild’s European banking division (all its key Euro zone banks) has suffered massive losses due to the financial war inflicted on it by the Rockefeller Empire. And, this brings us to the next part of this interesting saga. The story continues in Part 2.

One thought on “France and the Rockefellers Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

  1. Mr Parker,
    The education you have given me through your website, is truly a life changing gift…..and my gratitude is beyond words.

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