All hail the House of Windsor?
The royal wedding is finally over and the global media blitz was certainly a case of “Wag the Dog” par excellence, creating the necessary awe to maintain the standings of the House of Windsor. In case you didn’t know, the “real” name for this royal family is actually Saxe-Coburg, which may be one reason they never use a last name. Dropping the “Windsor” insures their preeminence as the world’s leading royal family anyway. A top CIA official (Frank Wisner) once bragged about owning everyone of importance in the media, people he “played” like a giant Wurlitzer. Wag the Dog, it seems, is more real than unreal because our media is actually a controlled cartel, manufacturing consent for an agenda supporting the Oligarchies that really rule the earth. But if you know the puppets are playing the organ, the tunes can sometimes give away some secrets. And while I’m on this subject, is there another royal family on earth treated with anything like the reverence afforded the British-German House of Hanover/Windsor? It seems strange for our supposedly democratic press to lavish so much attention supporting a class system that exists only to ensure a small minority maintain control over vast reserves of wealth and power. Isn’t that system an extreme form of racism? We know many film and TV studios, (as well as their Wall Street backers), are run by persons of Jewish descent, perhaps because Older Money swallowed the world’s primary profit centers (the biggest of which used to be sugar). According to Robert Anton Wilson, the Jewish wing of the global banking elite controls 20% of the system’s wealth. I guess that figure was provided by Bertrand Russell, so you can take that for what it’s worth. While some researchers claim the Federal Reserve is secretly controlled by the Rothschilds, how come Rothschild weddings are never seen or spoken of, much less celebrated with this intense hero-worship? The Rothschilds are, after all, accepted members of European royalty, just as “royal” as the House of Hanover. Seems to me the Pope may be the only living person who enjoys such universally positive promotion as the Windsors. I suspect they may play a somewhat larger role in our lives than some realize. You’d almost think this was America’s royal family, not a former adversary in war. And if the wedding coverage isn’t enough to convince you of this possibility, consider the biggest impact on our Federal Reserve system in recent time was made by a man knighted by the Queen of England for service to her country. What’s that all about?