By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness
(Concluded from part 2)
Nathan Rothschild Won the Battle of Waterloo
To understand how Nathan Rothschild dramatically and deceitfully increased his wealth, you’ll have to know what consols are and how they made him much wealthier than he already was.
The word ‘consols’ is shortened from ‘consolidated annuities’, which David Wilcock writes was the British government’s stock after consolidating its assets in the mid-1700s.
With Napoleon in France fighting battles to conquer Europe, a “seven-nation alliance commanded by the British” was assembled to fight back. The Battle of Waterloo would determine the winner, and if the French won, consols would be dumped. If the British-based alliance won, investing in consols would be crucial.
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