Lord Rothschild Warns Investors: "Geopolitical Situation Most Dangerous Since WWII"

Tyler Durden's picture

For Lord Rothschild, preserving wealth has "become increasingly difficult," recently, as he warns, rather ominously, "we are faced with a geopolitical situation as dangerous as any we have faced since World War II." Furthermore Lord Rothschild summarizes his thoughts briefly, eloquently, and ominously... as he touches on the global debasement of fiat currencies, disappointing growth (in light of massive monetary stimulus), and extreme stock market valuations. As Rothschild Wealth Management noted last year, equities are not well supported by current valuations, while monetary policy is limited by high debt levels and interest rates that are already close to zero... exposing equities to a potentially sharp correction.

Lord Rothschild summarizes his thoughts briefly, eloquently, and ominously...

Our policy has been clearly expressed over the years. Simply put, it is to deliver long-term capital growthwhile preserving shareholders’ capital; the realisation of this policy comes at a time of heightened risk, complexity and uncertainty. The economic and geopolitical environment therefore becomes increasingly difficult to predict.


The world economy grew at a disappointing and uneven rate in 2014 after six years of monetary stimulus and extraordinarily low interest rates.


Stock market valuations however, are near an all-time high with equities benefiting from quantitative easing.


Not surprisingly, the value of paper money has been debased as countries have sought to compete and generate growth by lowering the value of their currencies – the Euro and the Yen depreciated by over 12% against the US Dollar during the course of the year and Sterling by 5.9%.


In addition to this difficult economic background, we are confronted by a geopolitical situation perhaps as dangerous as any we have faced since World War II: chaos and extremism in the Middle East, Russian aggression and expansion, and a weakened Europe threatened by horrendous unemployment, in no small measure caused by a failure to tackle structural reforms in many of the countries which form part of the European Union.

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Lord Rothschild's comments appear to confirm the concerns that Rothschild Wealth Management noted last year, that more muddle through was most probable but depression possible:

Notably, equities are not well supported by current valuations, while monetary policy is limited by high debt levels and interest rates that are already close to zero...exposing equities to a potentially sharp correction."


Four main scenarios


We have identified four different scenarios that, in our view, are the most likely to occur.



For each scenario, the position of the bubble shows the combination of growth and inflation that we expect to see in the next one to three years.


The size of the bubble illustrates our view on the likelihood of this scenario occurring – this is subjective, and is intended just to illustrate our thinking.


Growth is expressed in relation to the potential for each country. For example, a growth rate of 4% would be low for China but very high for Europe. Similarly, inflation relates to a country’s individual inflation target.


We have adjusted the size of the bubbles to reflect our view that conditions in the global economy should continue to improve in 2014. We believe the world could begin to move away from our core “muddling through” scenario towards “economic renaissance” and that the “new monetary world” situation has become less likely.


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Implications for returns from asset classes


The table summarises the expected returns of the major asset classes under each of our four main scenarios.


The circles in the boxes show the expected return over the next three years, relative to the long-term expected returns*. Light green means higher than long-term expected returns*, while light red means lower.


These figures are an illustration of our thinking. They are based on an informed interpretation of our fundamental valuation models.


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Maintain portfolio hedges


Although we believe the “depression” scenario is the least likely, its impact would be so disruptive that it must be considered within our investment strategy. Notably, equities are not well supported by current valuations, while monetary policy is limited by high debt levels and interest rates that are already close to zero.

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Back to Lord Rothschild to conclude:

The unintended consequences of monetary experiments on such a scale are impossible to predict.

And yet it appears every talking-head on mainstream media knows better.

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SheepDog-One's picture

Thanks for the heads up, Jew.

COSMOS's picture

Although we believe the “depression” scenario is the least likely, its impact would be so disruptive that it must be considered within our investment strategy.


Self-enslavement's picture
Self-enslavement (not verified) COSMOS Mar 5, 2015 8:08 PM

Chosenites are insane.

wee-weed up's picture

WTF? Since WWII, the damn Rothschilds have been the architects of this fucked-up world we now find ourselves in.

kliguy38's picture

nothing like hearing it from the source and I'll still be called a conspiracy theorist....hehehehe.....it really hurts my feelings too

Self-enslavement's picture
Self-enslavement (not verified) I MISS KUDLOW Mar 5, 2015 8:22 PM

"Lord" my ass...

The old scumbag couldn't tell the truth if his life depended on it.

wee-weed up's picture



""Lord" my ass..."

Oh, he will!

Vampyroteuthis infernalis's picture

Inflation is bad for any honest person. It benefits thieving banksters only!

Thirst Mutilator's picture

LOL ~ Fucking Hell!!! I haven't laughed as much as I did reading this first burst of comments in about a decade!!!


Thanks TYLERS!!! :-)

props to TahoeBilly who sealed the deal!

Squid-puppets a-go-go's picture

I know - attempted plausible deniability from a ROTHSCHILD of all people. good lord.

cnmcdee's picture

OK ZH'ers here is a question.

If the Federal Reserve is a private entity OWNED by private corporations and banks - who are the owners?  Is this not a collusion of interest of the federal government as I understand it the 'owners' are banks in italy and europe or something.

It used to be known in the 1960's I remember a very old conspiracy documentary about it - listing names that since were hidden.

I do know that the Federal Reserve secretly loaned $16 TRILLION to European banks in 2008, but nothing is on the books since.. 

Maybe Royal Num Nutts knows..?

Self-enslavement's picture
Self-enslavement (not verified) cnmcdee Mar 5, 2015 9:25 PM

If you want to know who controls the Federal Reserve, look at who we are supposedly not supposed to talk about...

Thirst Mutilator's picture

Look at a list of "folks" who have been kicked off ZH...

Pinto Currency's picture



The Rothschild's representatives were key architects of the debt-based Federal Reserve money system - present even at Jekyll Island.

After running the LBMA off the rails rigging gold and silver - and therefore global interest rates -  for decades leading to a global debt bubble and economic collapse, he now gives warning. 

Must be nerve racking getting caught with your thumb on the scale.


Can also throw in Rothschild lackie Soros finances the Ukrainian insurrection and coup on Russia's border, lackie David Cameron sends UK military advisors into the Ukraine, and Rothschild is warning us about Russian aggression.  Nice.

zhandax's picture

@cnmcdee, if you are simply speaking of stock ownership, the federal reserve corporation is owned by the member banks.   The largest number of shares is owned by JP Morgan.

GetZeeGold's picture



Lord Rothschild...



Take me to your leader.


Or we can just wait....it shouldn't be to much longer now.

Four chan's picture

i hear he wears an "and its gone" tee shirt around the house.

Self-enslavement's picture
Self-enslavement (not verified) Four chan Mar 7, 2015 1:25 AM

WWII never ended, it's a continuum. Now Russia and China are joining the side of the non-Jews.

tired1's picture

FWIW, I came across this the other day. about US-Russian cooperation against the Rothchild clan under Tsar Alexander I. Sorry I can only offer machine translation. I might add that such discussions are perhaps uncommon in the US culture, but be sure that this is common knowlege among Russians (and probably most of the rest of the world).



fleur de lis's picture

The Rothschilds were very generous contributors to the French Revolution/takedown, several smaller 19th century revolutions/takedowns, the Russian Revolution/takedown, the Chinese Revolution/takedown, WW1, WW2, and will most likely have a lot to say in the course of WW3, and those are only the big past ones.  The Rothschilds are walking talking parasites. 

doctor10's picture

Existing as one of the last nations on the face of the earth that has not allowed itself to become subservient to a privately-owned central bank, Syria now finds that national financial independence does not come without the price of presenting oneself as a preferred target for the banking cartels and the nations they control.


SafelyGraze's picture

"Sith Dark Lord Rothschild Warns Investors .."

tyler's speaking in metaphors here


Squid-puppets a-go-go's picture

and can we pipe down on the Jewish issue? There's oly one war, the class war - all others are a divide and conquer distraction. All the tools you need to fight the oligarchy are at your disposal without the need to enter a race debate, and doing so all you do is lose support from those who would otherwise be your allies. So what if Jews happen to be overly represented in the oligarchy? Its arbitrary and incidental - next millenium it'll be the kalahari fkn bushmen. 

Wise up.

Self-enslavement's picture
Self-enslavement (not verified) Squid-puppets a-go-go Mar 7, 2015 12:59 AM

Fuck you parasite.

Johnny Moscow's picture

I'll admit the hate gets a little bit much at some times but hear me out.

~20% of US senators are tribesman. The Fed is like 60%, including most of the last few chairmen (er, chairpersons). You've got AIPAC and the lobby controlling much of our ME policies. Large swathes of the media are also under their purview (Sulzbergers at the NY Times, all the networks, CNN, even Ailes at Fox (who are staunchly pro-Israel & neo-con, if right-leaning on financial issues) + all of Hollywood.    

Look at the PE and Wall Street world and who donates and it's no surpise that guys like Soros wield so much power. And the Hollywood complex of anti-family, anti-Christian far left "Progressive" values is so corrupt and disingenuous it's almost evil - they fill the common man's world with their lies and half truths day in, day out. 

It would be naive to think that all of the above when combined doesn't have a major effect on the US (and UK) world view that your mainstream media, academia and culture espouse. It's one big bright shining lie and the corruption and ethnocentrism is pretty bad and it's amazing how it's been allowed to carrry on in supposed "democracies". 

RagnarRedux's picture

Sure, as soon as the venomous, predatory, and hypocritical Jewish collective stop with their ubiquitious over the top HATE and attacks on everyday white folk, their nations and cultures. So what's the matter, the "Culture of Critique" can't take some of their own medicine?



cornflakesdisease's picture

Citibank, Chase Manhatten, Morgan Guaranty Trust, Chemical Bank, Manufacturers Hanover Trust, Bankers Trust Company, National Bank of North America, and the Bank of New York (Mullins, p. 179). Together, these banks owned about 63 percent of the New York Fed's outstanding stock. Mullins then showed that many of these banks are owned by about a dozen European banking organizations, mostly British, and most notably the Rothschild banking dynasty. Through their American agents they are able to select the board of directors for the New York Fed and to direct U.S. monetary policy. Mullins explained,

RagnarRedux's picture



* Rothschild Banks of London and Berlin
* Goldman Sachs Bank of New York
* Kuhn Loeb Bank of New York/Shearson American Express
* Lazard Brothers Bank of Paris
* Israel Moses Sief Banks of Italy
* Warburg Bank of Hamburg, Germany and Amsterdam
* Lehman Brothers Bank of New York
* Chase Manhattan Bank of New York (David Rockefeller)

cnmcdee's picture

Wow thank you better yet where did you find that answer?

Israel Moses Sief Banks of Italy..?

Ok now I am curious how much US currency was loaned to these same banks in 2008.. That would be easy to triangulate


cnmcdee's picture

I found this list at : http://www.rense.com/general85/feddrec.htm

$1. Rothschild Banks of London and Berlin.
$2. Lazard Brothers Banks of Paris.
$3. Israel Moses Seif Banks of Italy.
$4. Warburg Bank of Hamburg and Amsterdam.
$5. Lehman Brothers of NY.
$6. Kuhn, Loeb Bank of NY (Now Shearson American Express).
$7. Goldman, Sachs of NY.
$8. National Bank of Commerce NY/Morgan Guaranty Trust (J. P. Morgan Bank - Equitable Life - Levi P. Morton are principal shareholders).
$9. Hanover Trust of NY (William and David Rockefeller & Chase National Bank NY are principal shareholders).
SHRAGS's picture
Federal Reserve Directors: A Study of Corporate and Banking Influence. Staff Report,Committee on Banking,Currency and Housing, House of Representatives, 94th Congress, 2nd Session, August 1976



WhackoWarner's picture

Very easy answer sir,  cncdee.


Just look into the origins of the FED.  Will not take you too long to find the trail.  Nobody can spoonfeed you facts.

Fun Facts's picture

The modern financial system [ponzi scheme] we all endure today was hatched in a pawn shop in Frankfurt Germany by M.A. Rothschild [the house of the red shield] which was the symbol for revolutionary jews in Europe at the time.

Within 2 generations, his offspring [15 of whom married their first cousins to keep it all in the family] were running every single central bank in Europe.

Then they sent warburg over to create the FED and enslave the USA donkeys.

BLOTTO's picture

The House of Rothschild is one of biggest ruling beasts on this planet. One of the biggest pieces of shit lineage on this planet - inbred, perverse, liars, deceivers. Satanists.


Their soulless lap dogs control the world’s media, education, business and politics.


They will have a hand in ushering in the Antichrist.


1972 Rothschild party


Fun Facts's picture

keep your kids away from that faggy old pedophile.

GetZeeGold's picture





inbred, perverse, liars, deceivers. Satanists.


You had me at hello.



weburke's picture

fuck you and your evil associates for adding the word "lord" to your damn name you despicable evil fuck. 

weburke's picture

they rule, they have killed enough guys to rule, and so they do. 

Condition 1SQ's picture

Distubing link you've got there.  Makes you wonder why that didn't get more media attention .. (hah)

scottch's picture

If you have a loan then you are paying it back with inflated dollars.  That helps the banks exactly how?

COSMOS's picture

Well for one thing your pay doesn't keep up with inflation so it takes a toll on your finances.  The banks benefit from all the cheap money printed, they get to fund mergers and acquisitions for the old boy network.

Self-enslavement's picture
Self-enslavement (not verified) COSMOS Mar 5, 2015 9:28 PM

Only the parasites "wages" rise faster than inflation, although they contribute absolutely nothing. To the contrary, they destroy everything of real value.

Pairadimes's picture

The answer is so simple and so outrageous that it seems impossible, but it is true nonetheless. The banks created the money out of thin air when they lent it to you! Through the miracle of fractional reserve banking, the banks can loan out nine times the amount of money they actually have, meaning their loans actually cause money to exist where there was none before. This is why they don't care if you pay back in inflated dollars. They just make sure your interest rate is higher than inflation. Wrap your mind around that.

As Henry Ford once said, if the American people actually understood the monetary system, there would be a revolution by morning.

Squid-puppets a-go-go's picture

actually the traditional ratio was 12 to one, not nine times. And that ratio limitation was dispensed with (i think in clintons term?) which is what enabled bear sterns and lehman bros to get to about 35 : 1 before collapsing.

And if i remember rightly there was a push after the GFC to set it back to 12:1 but the reform was quashed

Squid-puppets a-go-go's picture

further to this, at 12:1 the bank becomes insolvent if the average asset on its lending books drops by 8%. At 33 :1 the average asset need only drop 3% for the bank to become insolvent, which shows how nuts banks were, that they risk their very survival on a presumption that prices will never drop even 3% again.

And then you got places like spain - where housing dropped 40% and still hasnt recovered.

MoneyPowerWomen's picture

so taking this one step further. If the money was created out of thin air, does it matter if the borrower defaults?

GlobalCtzn's picture

It does to the debtor now that they are sending SWAT teams to collect on their asses!