5. The Five Arrows


From The Kings Have Won:

“When a government is dependent for money upon the bankers, they and not the leaders of the government control the situation, since the hand that gives is above the hand that takes … financiers are without patriotism and without decency…”— Napoleon Bonaparte

“Yes, the Five Arrows, Amschel Mayer Rothschild, from Frankfurt, Salomon Mayer Rothschild, based in Vienna, Nathan Mayer Rothschild, in London, and Jakob Mayer Rothschild who resided in Paris, and Calmann Mayer Rothschild, in Italy. They were all bankers in their places of residence, all representing the Rothschild Banking empire under various names,” he said.

“The Five Arrows?”

“The Rothschild’s coat of arms includes a hand holding five arrows to symbolize the five brothers,” Schmidt said. 

The five Arrows tell the story of Frau Rosalie Feinhof who is a paleographer. She is hired to transcribe an old document and discovers facts about the implementation of central banks throughout Europe in the early 1800″s. It is a thought provoking story because it introduces the readers to the facts that central banks are private entities with little to no oversight.

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How it all began

Becoming an American citizen led Adrien Gold to study the America’s history. Fascinated by the many momentous but little-known events that he discovered along the way, Gold embarked on writing a series of 19 entertaining and informative short stories of historical fiction, compiled into “The Kings Have Won.” The book recounts America’s 200-year-long battle for the wealth of America.

1. The Pauper Made King

“Of the Founding Fathers, no dream was too grand to dismiss, and I salute them. However, I wish to dedicate all the honors to the builder of Nation, to the man who transformed ideas into realities, to the corruptible genius, to the man so blinded by honor it led him to his death, to the pauper made King; Alexander Hamilton, who helped us, in the words of Thomas Jefferson; “…form the most corrupt government on earth.”

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2. Washington is Burning

At precisely five o’clock, Nathan Mayer Rothschild retired to the grand living room of the impressive New Court on St Swithin’s Lane; a most deserved moment of peace. A few days earlier, the rain had begun to fall over London, and while it varied in intensity, it had never ceased.