April 21, 2009
In an unbelievable display of shamelessness, the youngest son of sir Evelyn de Rothschild claims that being heir to the Rothschild-fortune somehow makes it more unlikely that he should convince people to ‘go green’. In recent weeks several news outlets have reported on a coming television series presented by David Mayor de Rothschild on the dangers of ‘global warming’ and its supposed effects on the earths ecosystem as he sails around the globe, promoting his cause on a boat made of plastic bottles and recycled waste. The young Rothschild may have painted the family crest green, underneath the red is still shimmering through.
On April 17, the New York Times ran a story about David Mayor de Rothschild and his television debut ‘Eco Trip: The Real Cost of Living’. In the article the journalist cancels all professional reservations to drool mindlessly over Rothschild’s geographical zigzaggings and ecological adventures. As we have come to expect of the New York Times, even the pretext of thinking is being abandoned as the global warming-myth is presented as a well-proven fact and its advocates are sprinkled with shining star- and gold dust.
Starting out by marvelling over David Mayor the Rothschild’s past globetrotting adventures ‘across Greenland’s shrinking icecaps’, the journalist wonders aloud how on earth it is possible for an offspring of the infamous banking family to protect Gaia from the evil oil-drillers.
‘It’s one of those weird things’, Rothschild said in response. ‘(Being a Rothschild) has given me a lot of opportunities, but I think I always have to work harder too.’
A couple of days before the New York Times published their deceptive little panegyric, an article about De Rothschild’s ventures appeared in the Guardian’s environment-section, pointing out that David de Rothschild ‘belongs to the country’s leading ‘eco-toffs’, those young men and women who use their inherited wealth to promote environmental causes.’
By projecting an image of himself as a rich man’s kid drifting away from his predestined path to choose a life of self-inflicted hardships, de Rothschild’s leaves out the fact that his activities are actually perfectly consistent with his family’s long-time ambitions. As so often is the case, we must peel off multiple layers of deception to arrive at the rotten apple-core. De Rothschild’s crusade against ‘climate change’ is not despite of his upbringing- on the contrary: it fits in perfectly with his families age-old trickery, to create and promote a crisis, let it rage for a while and then generously bring out the solution in favour of the globalist agenda. And as the young Rothschild’s environmental enterprises show, the methodology is still very much alive.
Besides making a television series for the impressionable, he specialises in directing the propaganda towards the very impressionable. On his own website AdventureEcology.Com, de Rothschild addresses the children saying ‘a range of learning opportunities connect children with nature, inspire proactive global citizenship and make learning an adventure.’
It was not even a month before the New York Times article appeared about David de Rothschild’s travels, that the PR Newswire announced that ‘Rothschild Australia and E3 International are set to become key players in the international carbon credit trading market, an emerging commodity market that analysts estimate could be worth up to US$150 billion by 2012.’ As the website Rothschild.Com brags, ‘Rothschild has been at the centre of the world’s financial markets for over 200 years. It ranks amongst the world’s largest privately-owned banks.’ A couple of paragraphs later, the website goes on to say that ‘Rothschild is committed to the pursuit of excellence, and for this reason concentrates on sectors and markets in which it can excel.’
Indeed. As the recent carbon credit scheme by the internationalist family clearly illustrates, their members are all too eager to point at the dangers of climate change, and even more eager to make huge profits out of the generated fear with the aim of consolidating control over international finance. David Mayor de Rothschild is certainly not a rogue descendant of the family, denouncing his family’s global ambitions. He is actually a most loyal member, promoting them with a wink and a smile.