The Rothschilds and the Conservative Party
In researching that matter I came across this paper, put online by the Margaret Thatcher Foundation being the report by Cabinet Secretary, R.W. Armstrong dated 16th March 1974 describing the events surrounding the drawn out resignation of the Heath Government.
The point I wish to highlight this morning is the close relationship and involvement of Lord Rothschild in the Heath Governance, brought out most forcefully in the description of its final act as follows:
50. From now on it was clear that it was probably only a matter of hours before the Prime Minister resigned......... At about 12.45 pm Sir William Armstrong, Sir John Hunt and Lord Rothschild came to the Cabinet Room to take leave of the Prime Minister over a glass of champagne. It was not a cheerful occasion.
In the light of present events I find the presence of Lord Rothschild at what was effectively the closing ceremony on the Heath Government highly significant.A description of the life of the 3rd Baron Rothschild is linked here, from which it may be noted it was Margaret Thatcher herself who cleared Lord Rothschild's name of suggestions of treachery raised subsequently:
Turning to more recent events the Grandson of the 3rd Baron Nathaniel Rothschild has been a close confidant of the present Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, whose rise to prominence seems otherwise largely unaccountable. From Wikipedia, for Nathaniel Philip Rothschild, linked here, we learn the following:
Given events today across the EU and the state of the international bond markets, is it not now past time we analysed more closely our present subservience to the EU and how it has apparently been effected?
Should we perhaps not contemplate a return to national independence and a democratic constitutional monarchy, on whose abandonment the people of the country have never been consulted?