Nobel Prize = Rothschild Partner

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Nobel Prize = Rothschild Partner

Postby Masato » Thu May 03, 2018 12:22 am

NOBEL PRIZE AND THE ROTHSCHILDS

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Alfred Nobel

BRANOBEL(The Petroleum Production Company Nobel Brothers, Limited), was an oil company set up by Ludvig Nobel and Baron Peter von Bilderling, in Baku, Azerbaijan and Cheleken, Turkmenistan. Originally established by Robert Nobel (who contributed 25,000 rubles) and the investments of barons Peter von Bilderling (300,000 rubles) and Standertskjöld (150,000 rubles) as a distillery in 1876, it became, during the late 19th century, one of the largest oil companies in the world.

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Alphonse Rothschild

BNITO , or the Caspian and Black Sea Oil Company, was an oil business founded in 1883 by Alphonse Rothschild of the Rothschild banking family of France.

STANDARD OIL was the Massive Monopoly formed by Rockfeller and his associates

In the middle of the 1880s, the battle for power over the world’s oil markets between first and foremost, Branobel, the American Standard Oil and the French Rothschilds’ company, BNITO, got tougher. Agreements and treachery, bribes, industrial espionage, price wars, gossip and slander – every means available was used in the war over the oil market.

The first sign (of a truce)came when Rothschild Fréres contacted the Nobels to hear if they were interested in future cooperation. During negotiations in Paris in May 1884, Branobel was represented by Alfred Nobel, the faithful old servant Michail Beliamin and the economist, Ivar Lagerwall. Ludvig Nobel, who was considering new investments of five million roubles in Baku and Batum, instructed his negotiators to discuss selling 25 percent of Branobel’s shares. But the Rothschilds wanted a majority shareholding in Branobel or nothing at all. Ludvig Nobel needed to find some other form of financing for the new investments and entered into negotiations with the Berlin Diskonto Bank.

By 1883, the American paraffin had been driven out of competition on the Russian market. The American Standard Oil threw out a feeler about a partial merger with Branobel. They saw Ludvig Nobel as an invaluable leader with his knowledge of the Russian market.

THUS THE NOBELs WERE COURTED BOTH BY THE ROCKERFELLER LEAD STANDARD OIL (Which itself had ties with Rothschild) and the ROTCHIILDS themselves
By the end of the 19th century, the European oil companies had been resisting the American Standard Oil’s attempts to gain a foothold in Europe and Russia for more than 30 years. But they had also been fighting among themselves, which made them vulnerable. Now they tried to merge.

BY 1900s IT WAS CLEAR THE NOBELS WERE IN BED WITH THE ROTSCHILDS

In London, at the end of June 1900, Branobel’s sales director, the Norwegian Hans Olsen, negotiated a merger between the French-owned oil company, Rothschild and the Nobel’s sales organisations in England. Hans Olsen also negotiated with the Berlin-based German Russian Oil Import Corporation Naftaport and Standard Oil’s Deutsche Amerikanische Petroleum Gesellschaft in Hamburg, which were always feuding with each other and now realised that the Rothschilds and Nobels had the better of them.

The Nobels and Rothschilds merged into the “British Syndicate” with distribution in England.Now it remained to coordinate the sale of lubricating oils inside and outside Europe. The negotiations between the Russian Nobel and the European and American companies resulted in the Société Anonyme d´Armement, d´Industrie et de Commerce with its headquarters in Antwerp, abbreviated to S.A.I.C. As a result of this merger, Branobel tied up a lot of capital abroad, which avoided it being seized by the Bolsheviks.
The Rothschilds and Branobel could now to some extent continue to control the oil market. Source http://www.branobelhistory.com/themes/t ... ies-merge/

The ties continued till the death of Alfred Noble (in whose honour the Noble prices are given) The fact is by the time of Alfred Noble’s death the bulk of the then existing wealth was from the Noble Foundation which in turn had come almost entirely from its oil business with the Rothschilds There are reports that there was a shortfall in the money needed to fund all the Noble prizes and the Rothschild actually made up the remaining money from their own pocket

BOTTOMLINE THE NOBLE PRIZES WERE AND ARE INEXTRICABLY LINKED WITH THE ROTHSCHILDS AND HE WHO PAYS THE PIPER CALLS THE TUNE OR IN THIS CASE THE WINNERS

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Postby Masato » Thu May 03, 2018 1:02 am

We are taught the impression that things like the Nobel Prizes (Peace, Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Literature) are there for the good of mankind, a neutral organization we can trust to have no further agenda than to better our understanding, etc.

Like the Smithsonian was there to advance archaeological knowledge and share all their collections with the public, or like things with the name Carnegie on them are associated with higher education and learning, etc...

All of these (Nobel, Smithsonian, Carnegie, etc), IMHO are precisely the opposite; to CONTROL our understanding and learning, to ensure only the info is available and celebrated that these power families allow, and to conceal or cover up info they don't want out. Controlling the best libraries in the world is not a power to be underestimated imo, imagine how easily they could wipe things from history or snuff out authors that threaten their interests.

I didn't know that about the Nobel Prizes, but always suspected it was controlled as well because the recipients are so often highly politicized, questionable, or friends of elites.

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Postby Som-Pong » Thu May 03, 2018 10:14 am

You might be interested in checking out the Swedish royal family.

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Postby The Anti-Archon » Thu May 03, 2018 1:13 pm

Solid post. This guy gets it. :lol:

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