Tim Hayes • The Reign of the House of Rothschild
In a little-known work, A World Problem, first published in Poland and then in the United States in English in 1920, Stephanie Laudyn referred to International Jewish Finance as 'a nation of traders and speculators' who held 'a deep and exalted faith in their royal mission, which is to make them lords over all the nations.'
The profound force of Laudyn's elegant writing is so pertinent it must be memorialized here for the historical record, particularly since in the 88 years that have passed since Laudyn first put these thoughts in print, the power of the Rothschild Empire has expanded beyond comprehension. Laudyn declared:
The gold they garner so greedily is but a palpable means to the attainment of their fantastic aspirations. Concealed under its cover is the burning desire to subject the world and to wrest the moral dominion over humanity. They follow it out logically and are conscious of every step they take.
Have they not made enormous headway in this regard? Have they not reached a high round of the huge ladder which is to lead them to the aggression they have dreamt of in the clouded regions of their historic soul? Have they not taken control of the world's press today? Do they not infuse their spirit into the thought and the moral atmosphere of the time? . . .
This ancient race, which had given birth to priests and prophets and had ever been imbued with a sad mysticism and high aspirations, is not ignorant of the vanities of commercial pursuits — gold and money. Their ambitions reach higher, indefinitely higher.
In ancient times, Jews themselves held in scorn the Phoenicians — the first traders in the world because they gave themselves up to commerce, and — today? Have not the blackest annals been associated with Jewish traders? Does not their golden calf stand in threatening posture, stretching forth his black wings of shame, the one, usury, the other — white slavery?
Terrible indeed! Will there be enough clear water in the Euphrates to wash out the blood stains from their pitiless and greed-crazy hands? Can the rust be taken off their soul by some regenerating strength . . . .
They never tilled the soil they occupied, nor shed their blood in its defense. The spiritual, cultural, and intellectual progress of the people among which they lived was no part of their care and labor. On the contrary, they only bartered and traded, enhancing even mankind's highest ideals for gold, in order to increase capital and upbuild the autocracy of the Jews. Although scattered over the entire world, they formed, nevertheless, a united boy of middle-men who manipulated the products of other nations . . . .
Through long centuries a new worldly Nameless power has gradually been arising, and its roots are striking into every crevice of human effort and today, it rules the enterprise of every nation.
However mysterious, this power is real, merciless in its action and detrimental to the welfare and the ideals of any people in whose midst it develops. Herder, in his work on The Ideals of the History of Mankind, brands the Jews as a 'nation of parasites and middlemen,' depraving the world by their usury.
Even Kant condemned their practices, and Bismarck spoke with horror of the rural population's misery, which was exploited unmercifully by the Jews. Voltaire, Goethe, Schiller all branded them as destroyers. Martin Luther, Schopenhauer and Napoleon warned the people against them.
While the altars of force and abuse have fallen and the gods of tyranny and slavery are lying in the dust, Israel has arisen, and with an added power, dominates the affairs of the world. It leads a servile army of anarchism, and its influence reaches even the leaders of the world's greatest democracies.
The upper classes in the nations — the diplomats, the learned, the writers, the legislators, the people of thought and reflection — protect the Jews and submit to the hypnotism of the Jewish spirit.
But the plain people — the very life and brawn of the nation — the masses that cannot argue, but feel upon their backs the burdensome iniquities arise more and more in despondent revolt. They undertake their own retribution . . . .
—Michael Collins Piper, The New Babylon, pgs. 140-2
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