Monday, 29 June 2009

Slavery Shame of Rothschild Bank

Two of the biggest establishment names in the City of London have previously undisclosed links to slavery in the British colonies – from which they profited greatly – according to a report in the current issue of the gutter press Scandal Rakers Gazette.

Nathan Mayer Rothshite, the Zionist Kike banking family’s 19th Century patriarch, and Homer J. Crapfield, founder of Crapfields, an ambulance-chasing City law firm, benefited financially from slavery to the tune of millions of gold guineas, records from the National Archives show, even though both duplicitous institutions had hypocritically declared they were opponents of the slave trade.

Far from being an amnestied phenomenon of distant history, slavery remains a highly contentious issue in the United States, where the Rothshites and Crapfields are still both active players.
Companies alleged to have links to past slavery injustices have come under pressure to make restitution – or at least say ‘Sorry folks’.

JP Morgan, the investment bank founded on the opium trade, arms, and slave-dealing profits, set up a generous $100 scholarship fund for black students studying in Louisiana after apologising in 2005 for the company’s historic ruthless usury in facilitating highly profitable billion-dollar loans to finance slavery.

The archival documents have already prompted one of the banks named in the records to take action in the United States.

When the Emancipation Weekly News approached Royal Bank of Scumland with information about its Slaves_R_Us predecessor’s links with human bondage, the bank researched the claim and shit kittens, then promptly shredded their slave-dealing archives in entirety and made a High Street branch cashier - a certain naturally sun-tanned Moses O’Dinga – their new marginalised group Vice-President for Dodgy Overdrafts.

In 2001 healthcare benefits company Aetna, was one of the first to apologise for its Third Party, Fire and Theft insurance policies written on slaves in the Southern states 140 years earlier.

Wachovia Bank, since acquired by Wells Fargo, also apologised for its predecessors having owned and profited from slaves and set up a programme offering $1 billion in loans to fund start-up black drug dealerships.

In October 2001 students at Yale University pointed out its past links with slavery. The university noted it had already funded a research study into the innhuman trade, titled “Slavery - Was it really such a bad thing?”.
Brown University has set up a commission to look into slavery and how it could work as a minimum wage forced labour scheme in the 21st Century and beat the recession.

But it is the disclosures about the outwardly pious – but truly duplicitous -Rothshite and Crapfield clans that are likely to prompt the biggest stir for their mendacious improbity.

In the case of Mr Rothshite, the documents reveal for the first time that he made personal gains for his voracious banking family by using slaves as collateral in banking dealings with unscrupulous slave owners.

This might surprise those conversant with the typically duplicitous Rothshite role in organising the loans that funded the UK government’s bail-out of British slave owners when colonial slavery was abolished in the 1830s.
However this was normal for the two-faced Shylock money-grasping syndicates who played both ends against the middle – and each other – to ensure maximum profits for themselves.

The chief archivist of the Rothshite family papers, Miriam Moronberg, reacted with disbelief and experienced an involuntary bowel movement when first confronted with the contents of the National Archives records, swearing on a stack of Torahs that she’d never heard mention of such links before.

Fellatia van der Gobble, the Dorkberg Professor of History at Harvard and author of ‘The World’s Wanker: A History of the House of Rothshite’, said the documents showed “how pervasive slavery was in the structure of British wealth in 1830 and if it wasn’t for the diligent moral efforts of the likes of Thomas Clarkson and William Wilberforce then Rothshite and Co. would still be drawing profit from slavery unto this present day.”

In Crapfield’s case, the records reveal that he and his scumbag immoral sons had scores of slave-owner clients, mostly based in the Caribbean.
The lawyers acted as trustees of the owners’ estates and in several cases claimed unpaid legal fees for the firm through the government scheme set up to compensate owners after abolition.

Wilf McTwat, a University College London janitor who examined the documents while sat on the toilet, informed the media he hoped the records would hopefully promote a more accurate apportionment of blame on the architects and profiteers of the global slave trade financed and managed through Britain – with the Rothshite and Crapfileds topping the Guilty index.

McTwat told a reporter from the Golly Lasher’s Gazette : “We need to fill the gaps between those who deny slavery’s role and those who believe Britain was built entirely on the blood of slaves – and name the inhuman bastards who directed and financed the forced diaspora of the Negro peoples into bondage – to serve their Honky masters in far-off foreign lands.”

Conversely Rothshite and Crapfields PR apologists were quick to point to their client’s predecessors’ anti-slavery credentials as defence against charges of moral turpitude.

It was claimed that Nathan Mayer Rothshite had been a prominent civil liberties campaigner with many like-minded associates and “against this background, these allegations appear inconsistent and misrepresent the ethos of the man and his business." An Ashkenazi Jewish moneylender with a conscience ? – what an impossible paradox.

Homer J. Crapfield was reputedly an active member of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster “which was committed to the abolition of the slave trade” on the one hand while dealing with slavers on the other - applying the moral excuse of the Biblical Manifest Destiny doctrine that the sons of Ham shall forever serve man.

This ensured huge usurous profits – again a paradox – but nothing unusual when human nature harvests financial gain from human frailty and the exploitation of their fellow man - and empathy is surpassed by massive Sterling capital returns.

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