Running a tight ship

Suppose that there was only one ruler for the entire Earth. Suppose that all of the corporations and all of the banks and all of the media were controlled by one voice.

The French Revolution of 1789 was wholly engineered by the the Bavarian Illuminati…After the ‘revolutionaries’ executed Queen Marie Antoinette, her son, Crown Prince Louis, was smuggled out by his doctor. The prince arrived in England in February 1804 with the former royal paymaster of France, George Payseur, and was protected by King George III, the monarch at the time of the American War of Independence. The Prince changed his name to Daniel Payseur while George Payseur became George Bayshore. King George III gave the prince, now Daniel Payseur, a ship and awarded George Bayshore 600 acres of land in North Carolina. The prince bought shares in the Virginia Mining Company, which he purchased secretly using a trustee…With the invention of the steam engine, Payseur began to build railroads and leased them to operating companies. He also established the Lancaster Manufacturing Company to produce timber for railroad products and the Lincolnton Iron Company which later located in Chicago and formed two subsidiaries, Carnegie Steel and Pullman Standard Company. To provide fuel for locomotives (or so it was said), the Federal Government (the Virginia Company of which Payseur was a shareholder) allocated all land extending 100 feet either side of the tracks. Much larger areas of land alongside the railroads were also broken up into sections some ten miles square and half of these were given to Payseur who also bought up many others. Thus he and the railroads owned some of America’s prime real estate. Much of this legislation is in the 1854 Congressional Record. The Payseur’s Lancaster Railway was, through the Alabama Mineral Company, the controller of Coca Cola, Pepsi Cola, General Motors, Boeing, Ford and Standard Oil.

“After the manipulated American Civil War in the 1860s, all railroads and real estate owned by the supporters of the losers, the southern Confederates, were confiscated and auctioned off at Wilmington, North Carolina. They were bought by nine trustees of Daniel Payseur at extremely low prices. A deed of trust was signed in Nashville between the railroad owners and the government establishing the United States Military Railroad system which granted the developers a monopoly over transport and communications. All these agreements still apply. Payseur’s chief trustee and general manager was a Rothschild relative called Leroy Springs, formerly Leroy Springstein…Many of the famous American families who appeared to be powerful in their own right turn out to have been leg-men for Payseur and the Virginia Company…

J. Paul Getty got his start by becomming a manager for Payseur on a 5%/95% split. Getty amassed a fortune based on his 5%.

The best available information now places the Payseur fortunes in the hands of the Rothchilds family, which places the railroads, electric companies, utilities, mining and most of the rest of the Worlds economy in the pockets of the Rothchilds and their minions.

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