Causes And Effects Of WW1

Causes And Effects Of WW1


In 1833 The League of the Twelve Just Men of the ‘Illuminati’ secret society organised a fraternity, the B’nai B’rith, to bring about the fulfilment of the ‘Covenant,’ the supposed messianic rule of the Jews overall other people. The leader was Lionel de Rothschild, who founded the Rothschild’s bank in London. Father Nathaniel was himself the son of Meyer Amschel Rothschild, the founder of the Rothschild banking clan and one who worked with Adam Weishaupt to establish the Order of the Illuminati on May 1st (May Day) 1776.

In 1848, Karl Marx (real name Mordecai Levi) was commissioned by the League of the Twelve Just Men to write the Communist Manifesto, based on the Babylonian Talmud and the writings of Weishaupt. In the same year, revolutions broke out all over Europe and beyond against the established order.

The Jew Blumenthal, editor of Judisk Tidshrift in Sweden, wrote in issue no. 75 of that paper in 1929:”. . Only recently our race has given the world a new prophet, but he has two faces and bears two names: on the one side his name is Rothschild, leader of all the capitalists, and on the other side Karl Marx, the apostle of those who want to destroy the others