The name “Rothschild” cannot be found in the publication’s list of the 500 wealthiest people on Earth because the family’s wealth has been distributed amongst hundreds of heirs throughout the years, The Rich reports. Although it is difficult to estimate exactly how much this powerful family is worth due to their renowned secrecy and the scale of their operations, the net worth has been estimated at anywhere between $US1 trillion and $US100 trillion.
Many U.S. Presidents warned of the Rothschild family’s intrigues, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson included and two of them, Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy were assassinated for trying to nationalize the Federal Reserve through the issuance of Treasury Department-backed currency.
Last year, some researchers pointed out that Iran is one of the three countries left in the world whose central bank is not under the family’s control. Before the 9/11 event, there were
reportedly seven: Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Sudan, Cuba, Iran and North Korea, but by 2003 Iraq and Afghanistan were already under Rothschild control. By 2011, Libya and Sudan were also gone; in Libya, a bank set up by the powerful family was established in Benghazi while the nation was still at war. The Rothschilds supposedly control the Bank of England, the European Central Bank, the Federal Reserve, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the Bank of International Settlements. They own most of the world’s gold and the London Gold Exchange and, according to an estimation made by Credit Suisse, the $US231 trillion is controlled by Evelyn Rothschild, the current head of the family.