Sunday, August 21, 2011

Scion of the Rothschilds: Redeemer or False Messiah?

Expedition leader David Mayer de Rothschild is the youngest heir to the infamous Rothschild banking fortune.

On 26 July 2011 he sailed into Sydney Harbor on the Plastiki - a catamaran partially constructed of recycled plastic bottles - after a 4-month voyage that began from San Francisco.

This 33-year-old "adventurer and environmentalist" is the friendliest face of what some consider the most evil conspiracy on earth - the Illuminati banking mafia controlled mainly by the Rothschild-Rockefeller families. Can you imagine being David de Rothschild? It can't be easy... but I hear he's currently dating Cameron Diaz (right)... so it can't be all bad either.

David has led a pretty colorful life thus far. He ranks among 42 humans who can claim to have visited both the North and South Poles. Let's hope he's acquired some skills in unifying polarities!


backStreetGluttons said...

Unless of course he renounces his father's wealth, like the great Buddha did ...

He's just another pampered playboy. Or a humbug. You shouldn't waste your time with fakes like him

Starmandala said...

@BSG... wealth isn't something to be renounced... it's a ultimately just a manifestation of energy, and one chooses the manner in which energy is used and redirected. Perhaps David de Rothschild's ancestors had a big chip on their shoulder about being homeless social outcasts, and that's why they chose to amass great wealth and use it to exploit and enslave others? It would be poetic justice if David, the youngest heir to the Rothschild fortune, chooses to use the power at his disposal for healing and rehabilitation of the natural and social environment.