Just a coincidence or is it?
Quantum is a fictional criminal organization featured as the antagonists in the James Bond films Casino Royale and its sequel Quantum of Solace. The organization exists in the shadows, and is known to contract third parties to avoid implicating itself.
Soros speculates on the world’s financial markets via his secret off-shore company, “Quantum Fund NV”, a private “investment fund” that handles a portfolio of 4 to 7 Billion US$ for several “clients”. The Quantum Fund is registered in the tax haven of the Netherland Antilles in the Caribbean. In order to evade control of his financial activities by the U.S. administration not a single U.S. citizen sits on the board of Quantum. It’s directors are a curious mixture of Swiss and Italian financiers… you tell me. Nothing to see here, keep moving.
Among the members of the board of the Quantum Fund is one Richard Katz. He is, at the same time, head of the “Rothschild Italia S.p.A.” in Milan and is also on the board of the commercial bank “N.M. Rothschild and Sons” in London. Another member of the board is Nils O. Taube. He is a partner in the London investment group “St. James Place Capital” which counts Lord Rothschild among it’s main partners. A frequent partner of Soros in several of his speculations –especially in the driving up of the gold quotation– is Sir James Goldsmith, a relative of the Rothschilds dynasty. On the board of Quantum we also find some heads of some highly “discreet” Swiss private banks (who help the syndicates of organized crime–weapons and drugs–to launder their money). Then there is Edgar D. de Picciotto, head of the Geneva private bank “CBITDB Union Bancaire Privee”, a main player on the gold and investment markets, Isidoro Albertini, head of the Milan stockbroking company “Albertini and Co.”, Beat Notz of the private bank “Banque Worms” at Geneva, Alberto Foglia, head of the Banca del Ceresio” at Lugano. In the course of the recent political corruption scandals in Italy it was found that several Italian politicians kept their money at the “Banca del Ceresio”. Apparently Soros had more than just insider knowledge about the weal points in Italian politics when he attacked the lira in Sept. 1994.
Soros: is just a front man. Soros has been identified as a front man of the Anglo-French Rothschild banking group. Understandably neither he nor the Rothschilds want this important fact to be public, so the tight links to his friends in the London “City”, in the British foreign ministry, in the state of Israel and to his mighty friends in the American establishment would stay concealed.”
William Engdahl explains : “Soros’ connection to the ultra-secret international finance circles of the Rothschilds is not just an ordinary or accidental banking connection. The extraordinary success Soros has on the high-risk financial markets cannot simply be explained with “gambler’s luck”. Soros has access to the “insider track” of the world’s most imporatnt information channels, both government and private.
George Soros: Where Did He Get His Money?
The global elite march in four essential columns: Corporate, Academic, Political and Organized Religion. In general, the goals for globalism are created by Corporate. Academic then provides studies and white papers that justify Corporates goals. Political sells Academic’s arguments to the public and if necessary, changes laws to accommodate and facilitate Corporate in getting what it wants. Organized Religion along with church and state secures corporate, academic and political rule into a global order.
The power behind the Committee of 300 is the Anglo-Jewish cousin-hood that dominate the financial and political systems of the world. This cousin-hood includes the Rothschild, Rockefeller, Oppenheimer, Goldsmid, Mocatta, Montefiore, Sassoon, Warburg, Samuel, Kadoorie, Franklin, Worms, Stern and Cohen families.
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