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"How to Respond to an Anti-Conspiracy Theorist"
The House of Rothschild
(a 1934 film)
By Mike King
In the legal field, there is a concept known as "Statement Against Interest," aka "Admission Against Interest," which simply means that any statement that a suspect or litigant makes against his own interest should be considered true, even if he has lied about other things. The logic behind "Statement Against Interest" is simple.Example: A guilty suspect in a murder case insists that he is innocent. Under interrogation, he spins lies after lie after lie. However, during the course of his interrogation, he slips-up and reveals that he was listed as a beneficiary on the life insurance policy of the deceased. That's a "Statement Against Interest" -- therefore, you can 100% believe it!With that logical concept in mind, your amateur legal scholar here would highly recommend the very revealing 1934 Hollywood film titled, "The House of Rothschild" - a movie produced by a Jewish Mogul (20th Century Pictures / Joseph Schenck) and starring several big-name actors.
Statement Against Interest' is really just another way of saying: "putting one's foot in one's mouth" - which is exactly what Zionist 20th Century Films did when the studio released "The House of Rothschild" -- although, few people would have been astute enough to explore the intriguing story any further.
In a nutshell, the film, although very sympathetic to the Rothschild Crime Gang, essentially confirms the "conspiracy theory" ™ which students of The New World Order have long held in regard to that wretched clan of swindling mass murderers. It's all there; the miserly Patriarch Mayer Amschel Rothschild establishing the Banking Empire, the conspiratorial business dealings, the Jewish ethno-centrism, the branching out of the five brothers to the Capitals of Europe, the war-profiteering, and European statesmen literally begging Nathan Rothschild for money to fight against Napoleon -- who, by the way, had severely limited Jewish usury.
Even Rothschild's buying-up of the London Stock Market at rock-bottom prices is depicted, although the film portrays it as the accidental byproduct of Rothschild's effort to "save" the market from crashing - not the advance insider information which the cunning old greaseball had about the final outcome of the Battle of Waterloo -- by way of his carrier pigeons (which the film hints at).
1. Nathan buys up the British Stock Market after receiving the first news about the outcome of the Battle of Waterloo. Another historical account claims that he was actually present at the battle and rushed back to England as soon as he was sure of the outcome. // 2. It's all explained in PLANET ROTHSCHILD, by yours truly (Banned by Amazon)
The Waterloo "libel" won't go away because it's true!
Although the Rothschilds are sympathetically portrayed as resourceful victims of "anti-Semitism" ™, it is still remarkable that this film which is, for the most part, historically accurate, was ever produced in Hollywood. It could never happen today! Perhaps because the public was even less aware of the Rothschild "conspiracy theory" ™ back then than they are today, so Hollywood must have felt safe in making a film sanitizing the Rothschilds.There is one other amusing side-note about the movie. Boris Karloff, the legendary actor best known for his horrifying portrayal of Frankenstein's Monster (1931), plays the role of an "anti-Semitic" ™ German (Prussian) Count named Ledrantz. It is clear to anyone with eyes to see that the normal-looking Karloff was deliberately made-up to resemble Frankenstein - a nasty little bit of "anti-Germanism" from a Jewish Hollywood that was already aiming to take down Hitler's 1-year old regime.
The film is just 86 minutes long and, although a bit boring at times, makes for a very effective "Statement Against Interest" argumentative tool in convincing others that the power of the Rothschild Family is no "conspiracy theory" ™. Show the "normies" in your life this film, and then introduce them to the two-volume set (banned by Amazon), "Planet Rothschild." That should make a powerful one-two "red-pill" punch.The full film is linked here. But if you don't have the desire or time to watch it all now, have a look at the two minute trailer below. It tells enough.