By Anna Von Reitz
Yesterday, I reminded everyone that there literally is and can be no British Monarchy, and that there hasn't been any such thing since 1087 A.D. --- because William the Conqueror made sure of it with the details of The Norman Settlement which took place upon his death in that year.
William was so determined that there would never again be any legitimate British Monarchy that he denied his own sons as much as a cubic centimeter of dirt in England.
All those people who have been strutting around Buckingham Palace for centuries are not actually British and they are not actually kings or queens, either. The present "Queen of England" is a German. She is as British as I am. Literally. And she isn't a "Queen" either; she is an Agent for the Pope, overseeing his Commonwealth interests in England.
Instead of a "British Queen'' we've been dealing with a "German Papist Overlord of the Commonwealth".
In the same way, people are still not grasping the enormity of the fact that "America" is in no way the same as "the U.S." or "the United States, Inc."
America is a good and moral country full of good people. The U.S. is as foreign to us as France and the United States, Inc. isn't a country. It's a commercial corporation in the business of providing governmental services.
The world is still confused about all of this.
And now we come to another little bon mot in the weird, but obvious, history of Israel.
Israel is literally owned as a private nation-state by Jacob Rothschild. Literally. No joke.
Some billionaires buy themselves private islands. Some defrocked priests of Baal get together to buy little mini-nation-states like the Inner City of London or Vatican City or the Municipality of Washington, DC, which are all about one square mile in area---- and completely separate from the rest of the countries they inhabit.
But no puny islands or postage stamp kingdoms for Jacob Rothschild. He wanted a whole country. And he got it. He basically bought Israel from the Government of Westminster and engineered the entire circumstance related to the British Protectorate in the Middle East and the infamous Balfour Declaration. The rights and needs and priority placement of the people that were afterward gratuitously dubbed "Palestinians" by the label-makers, didn't enter into Jacob Rothschild's head. Or anyone else's, either.
"It's his, and he can do what he likes with it." a friend of mine observed many years ago. "Not only did he buy it, the members of the Knesset are his employees."