The Rothschilds and Rockefellers are combined. For what?

Rothschilds and the Rockefellers. © Photo: "BBC News"

Two financial dynasty, the British branch of the Rothschild family and the American Rockefeller family, decided to join the company engaged in investment and asset management.

British "Rothschild Investment Trust", owned by Baron Jacob Rothschild, buys 37 percent. shares of the investment company "Rockefeller Financial Services." The latter controls the familial status Rockefeller and many other U.S. wealthiest families. Seller share package serves French bank "Societe Generale". The deal has not been announced.

"Rothschild Investment Trust" in a statement released Wednesday said that an agreement facilitated personal friendships, for five decades, linking two patriarchs of the families — 76-year-old David Rockefeller, and 76-year-old Jacob Rothschild. Under the direction of "Rothschild Investment Trust" is a £ 1.9 billion / $ 3 billion /. "Rockefeller Financial Services" manages assets worth $ 34 billion. The deal provides a base for the first group of U.S. business. And customers will have access to the Rockefeller investment opportunities of Jacob Rothschild.

"Rockefeller Financial Services' was established in 1882 to manage the assets of the American family dynasty. In 1980, the company started and taking deposits from clients, mostly wealthy families and foundations. "Rothschild Investment Trust" was founded in 1961. It is only part of the financial group, controlled by the British branch of the Rothschilds.

In April this year it was announced the merger of British and French banking assets of the famous dynasty of financiers. The founder of a Frankfurt banker Mayer Amschel Rothschild / 1744-1812 /. Rockefeller dynasty laid oilman and financier John D. Rockefeller / 1839-1937 /, which was considered the first billionaire in history, according to ITAR-TASS.

PS: It's not just. They definitely have a plan. It seems that the New World Order is closer than ever.

All of this becomes even more frightening in this regard.

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