Big banks control America all over the world

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There are families who are more influential and powerful than the US President and other political masterminds. Over the centuries they have built empires and thus control the fate of the world in the background. Here are those five families who control the world: 

  • The Rothschild family: In the middle of the 18th century, this family rose to Mount Olympus of global influence. The head of the family from Germany, the Jewish banker Mayer Amschel Rotschild, is considered the founding father of the international banking business, according to Forbes magazine. Since then, this clan has been involved in business all over the world and continues to exert a decisive influence on the US central banking system.
  • The Rockefellers: This family empire can be traced back to the 19th century. The source of the Rockefeller Dynasty's wealth was the Standard Oil Company founded by John D. Rockefeller. According to Forbes magazine, the head of the family was the richest man in the world at the time as a successful entrepreneur. Carried out to the present day, he is believed to have owned approximately $ 340 billion. The family moved in the most influential circles and is still one of the political and economic masterminds.
  • The Morgans: Also at the end of the 19th century, John Pierpont Morgan founded the J. P. Morgan & Company. This financial institution is one of the most important banks in the history of the USA and not least of the whole world. The private banker Morgan is considered to be the savior of the US economy because, as the leader of a group of investors, he bought large amounts of government bonds and thus the country from bankruptcy saved. The Morgan family has been associated with trading gold to this day.
  • The Du Pont family: In 1799, the economist Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours reached the United States of America while fleeing the French Revolution. Shortly afterwards, he founded his company, which soon became the largest supplier of explosives to the US military. Only a little later, Du Pont dominated the entire dynamite market. 40 percent of the Allied equipment in World War I was manufactured by the company. Pierre Samuel Du Pont was also involved in the Manhattan Project, which drove the development of the atomic bomb.
  • The Bush family: The world career of this family dynasty began with Prescott Sheldon Bush, an American banker and senator. He is said to have been involved in a company during World War II that made profits from the forced labor of concentration camp inmates and did business with the Nazis. The case was reopened by the Guardian newspaper during the presidency of Prescott's grandson, George W. Bush.

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