Bank Of England Facts From Wasp

UPDATE – All the parts of this post that affect the history of the United States and The Bank Of England are posted together HERE

The list of the Directors of The Bank Of England was uploaded into the blogpost ‘Who Owns The Bank Of England? Eagle-eyed Wasp spotted that it had since disappeared. I asked him to resupply the list.

Hi Tap, this is not the original e-Mail it was part of which I used to compose original, but the essential information is the same.
I have taken it from my Notes.

This is the List of Governors of The Bank of England I Located, & appears to have been lost on the BOE Article, though you have the video which was sent later. You should now have a full list of all; ‘The Governors’ as I gave you references for the earliest up to this lot.

I will also look out a List of the ‘Pilgrims’, many people haven’t even heard of them, They are the ELITE of The ELITE.

I Believe I sent you a copy of the following, there is a lot of information within, that would taken a lot of e-Mails, but if you want an expansion sent to add to your bank of england Article let me know.

TAP – Yes let’s add an expansion. Thanks. It will help readers to have more detail.

I think you now have more real information on The BOE than most, as Wiki never used to have any, they do now have the earlier directors, which I suspect originated from your site after I gave you the DATA.

TAP – !

As a Joint Effort from many dedicated people this is now virtually complete Information that was never widely available before the project was started.

All that is needed now is for people to realise this & understand the implications. The country is going to be continually in debt on our present course. The money as such is worthless, without the people working & paying their taxes, which is how the bankers get their interest paid, but the Major Corporations make certain they don’t pay any taxes, as the Cabals that control them are the Puppet Masters of The MP Puppets.

Putin has sussed this out that is why the Globalist & Banking Parasites are Ganging up on him. Michael Khodarkovsky, was a Tool of the Rothschilds, he is also a Jew & Jesuit, I read that Rothschilds were instrumental in initially financing Khodarkovsky I will send in more information on this when I find it. But I can tell you Michael Khodarkovsky went to THE JESUIT Loyola University Chicago Q.E.D.

Reference :-

THE WORLD ORDER
A Study in the
Hegemony of Parasitism
First Edition
Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 84-082357
Copyright 1985
Eustace Mullins

Enough has been written about this subject on your site without the need to go over the same information again so here is the information. which I have rewritten as a list. I have included a copy which I am sure you will find very interesting & marked relevent sections w/r/t The BoE. I would however draw your attention to the stuff on Lloyd George,Sir Basil Thompson in British counter-espionage,,Zaharoff, Lloyd George’s political career came to an end after Zaharoff persuaded him to help the Greeks
against Turkey in 1920

Putting them up against a wall facing a firing squad would be too good for them.

These paragons of virtue have killed countless millions, & unless the control is taken away from them & the Hidden Hand that directs them, it will be into The Billions as they have said, but the Sheeple would prefer to bury their heads & watch Morons like Simon Cowell another Jew Link:- http://www.forward.com/articles/10935/ controlled by the Hidden Hand viz previous comments relating to Jesuits use of Jews as a Smoke Screen.

The present directors of the Bank of England are:

TAP Not of all these are alive. The current Directors must be younger!

G.W. McMahon, deputy governor since 1964, economic analyst Treasury 1953-57, adviser British Embassy Washington 1957-60
Sir Adrian Cadbury, chairman Cadbury Schweppes, dir. IBM UK
Leopold de Rothschild, N.M. Rothschild and Sons, etc.
George V. Blunden, exec. dir. Bank of England since 1947, served with IMF 1955-58
A.D. Lochnis, dir. J. Henry Schroder Wagg
G.A. Drain, member Trilateral Commission, treasurer European Movement, Franco-British Council, British North American Committee, lawyer for many unions and health associations
Sir Jasper Hollom, has been on the board since 1936
D.G. Scholey, chairman S.G. Warburg Co., Orion Insurance, Union Discount of London, Mercury Securities, which now owns S.G. Warburg Co. Irwin Holdings
J.M. Clay, dep. chairman Hambros Bank, chairman Johnson and Firth Brown Ltd
Hambros Life Assurance
Sir David Steel, chairman British Petroleum, dir. Kuwait Oil Co., The Wellcome Trust, trustee The Economist (whose chairman is Evelyn de Rothschild)
Lord Nelson of Stafford, chairman GE Ltd. chairman Royal Worcester Co., Natl. Bank of Australasia, International Nickel, British Aircraft, English Electric, Marconi Ltd. chairman World Power Conference, Worshipful Co. of Goldsmiths, Middle Eastern Assn
Lord Weir, chairman The Weir Group, chairman Great Northern Investment Trust
E.A.J. George, exec. dir Bank of England, dir. Gilt-Edged Division Bank of England, IMF 1972-72, Bank for International Settlements 1966-69
Sir Hector Laing, chairman United Biscuit, Allied Lyons, Royal Insurance
Sir Alastair Pilkington, chairman Pilkington Bros. Glass, dir. British Petroleum, British Railways Board.
The Bank of England also dominates the Bank of Scotland, whose chairman is Robert Bruce, Lord Balfour; his title Balfour of Burleigh was created in 1607; he is manager of English Electric and Viking Oil; he married the daughter of magnate E.S. Manasseh. Directors of Bank of Scotland include Lord Clydesmuir, also dir. Barclays Bank, and Rt. Hon. Lord Polwarth, director of Halliburton, which interlocks with the Rothschild First City Bank of Houston and Citibank, Imperial Chemical Industries, Canadian Pacific, and Brown and Root Wimpey Highland Fabricators, which interlocks with George Wimpey PLC, largest construction firm in the British Empire, whose 44 companies have revenues of 1.2 billion pounds per year. Lord Polwarth’s daughter married Baron Moran, High Commissioner of Canada, who previously served as Ambassador to Hungary and to Chad; Baron Moran’s daughter married Baron Mountevans, manager of Consolidated Goldfields.

Directors of George Wimpey PLC included S.S. Jardine; Viscount Hood, who is chairman Petrofina UK, and director J. Henry Schroder Wagg, and Union Miniere; and Sir Joseph Latham, chairman Ariel International, director Deutsches Kreditbank.

Wimpey Co. interlocks with Schroder Ltd, parent of J. Henry Schroder Wagg. The Earl of Airlie (David Ogilvy) is chairman of Schroder; he married Virginia Ryan, grand-daughter of Otto Kahn and Thomas Fortune Ryan; The Earl is also director of Royal Bank of Scotland; directors of Schroder include Lord Franks, director of the Rockefeller Foundation, the Rhodes Trust, and Kennedy Center; he is a former Ambassador to the United States; G.W. Mallinkrodt; Sir E.G. Woodruffe of Unlever; and Daniel Janssen of the Bank of England.

Another point of interest :-

The Bank of England has played a prominent role in American history — without it, the United States would not exist. The American colonists considered themselves loyal Englishmen to a man, but when they began to enjoy unequalled prosperity by printing and circulating their own Colonial scrip, the stockholders of the Bank of England went to George III and informed him that their monopoly of interest-bearing notes in the colonies was at stake. He banned the scrip, with the result that there was an immediate depression in the commercial life of the Americas. This was the cause of the Rebellion; as Benjamin Franklin pointed out, the little tax on tea, amounting to about a dollar a year per American family, could have been borne, but the colonists could not survive the banning of their own money.

Early descriptions of the shareholders of the Bank of England identify them as “a Society of about 1300 persons”. They included the King and Queen of England, who received shares to the value of 10,000 pounds each; Marlborough, who invested 10,000 pounds — he also invested large sums from his “commissions” in the East India Co. in 1697, and later became Governor of the Hudson Bay Company, which paid a 75% dividend; Lord Shrewsbury, who invested 10,000 pounds; Godolphin, who invested 7000 pounds — he predicted that the Bank of England would not only finance trade, but would carry the burden of her wars, which was proven true in the next three hundred years. Virginia Cowles writes, in “The Great Marlborough”: “England emerged from the war as the dominant force, because the Bank of England’s credit system enabled her to bear the burden of war without undue strain.”

Other charter subscribers were William Bentinck, later the first Earl of Portland, he had been a page in William of Orange’s household, accompanied William to England in 1670 on his initial visit, handled the delicate negotiations of his marriage with Mary in 1677, and prepared the details of William’s invasion of England. He was given the title of Earl of Portland, and became the most trusted agent of William’s foreign policy. (In 1984, we find the 9th Duke, Cavendish-Bentinck, is chairman of Bayers UK Ltd, and Nuclear Chemie Mittchorpe GMBH, Germany; he also had a distinguished career in foreign service, joining the Foreign Office in 1922; he represented England at the successive Paris, Hague and Locarno conferences, was chairman of joint Intelligence for the Chiefs of Staff 1939-45, and Ambassador to Poland during the critical years of 1945-47, when that country was turned over to the Soviet Union, with England’s surreptitious support.)

Other charter subscribers to the Bank of England were:

the Duke of Devonshire (William Cavendish) who built Chatsworth; he also had signed the invitation to William to assume the throne of England; he was High Steward at Anne’s Coronation in 1702, and was said to lead a profligate private life — (the present duke sold seven drawings in July 1984 for $9.2 million [and] the 11th Duke married Deborah Freeman-Mitford daughter of Baron Redesdale; his present brother-in-law, Baron Redesdale, is vice president of Chase Manhattan Bank)

the Duke of Leeds, Sir Thomas Osborne, who also signed the invitation to William — he was lord high treasurer and had arranged the marriage of Mary. He was later impeached for receiving a large bribe to procure the charter of the East India Co. in 1691; because of his favored position at court the proceedings were never concluded, and he left one of the largest fortunes in England

the Earl of Pembroke, (Thomas Herbert), who became the first lord of the admiralty, and later lord privy seal

the Earl of Carnarvon, who is also Earl of Powis and Earl of Bradford

Lord Edward Russell, created Earl of Orford 1697; he had joined the service of William in 1683, was appointed treasurer of the Navy 1689, first lord of admiralty 1696-17, and lord justice 1697-1714 (Sir Robert Walpole, the famed British leader, was created Earl of Orford in the second creation)

William Paterson, usually credited with being the founder of the bank of England — he was forced out within a year

Sir Theodore Janssen, who invested 10,000 pounds

Dr. Hugh Chamberlen

John Asgill, an eccentric writer and pamphleteer

Dr. Nicholas Barbon, son of Praisegod Barebones, who started the first insurance company in Great Britain

John Holland, a reputed Englishman who also started the Bank of Scotland in 1695

Michael Godfrey, who died at Namur, Belgium on his way to Antwerp to establish a branch of the Bank of England — he was the first deputy governor of the Bank of England, and nephew of Sir Edward Godfrey, who was murdered by Titus Oakes in 1678

Sir John Houblon and twenty members of his family were also early stockholders; Sir John became lord of the admiralty, and Lord Mayor of London; his brother James was deputy governor of the Bank of England

Salomon de Medina, later knighted by William III

Sir William Scawen

Sir Gilbert Heathcote, director of Bank of England 1699-1701, and from 1723-25; he was Sheriff and later Lord Mayor of London, founded the New East India Co. in 1693; his parsimony was ridiculed by Alexander Pope in his quatrains

Sir Charles Montague, first Earl of Halifax, and Chancellor of the Exchequer — the present Earl is a director of Hambros Bank

Marquess Normandy, John Sheffield, also held the title of Duke of Buckingham — he is buried in Westminster Abbey

Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel, comptroller of the royal household

Charles Chaplin

and the philosopher, John Locke.

In his “The Bank of England, A History”, Sir John Clapham notes that by 1721, a number of Spanish and Portuguese Jews had been buying stock in the Bank of England — Medina, two Da Costas, Fonseca, Henriquez, Mendez, Nunes, Roderiquez, Salvador Teixera de Mattes, Jacob and Theodore Jacobs, Moses and Jacob Abrabanel, Francis Pereira. Clapham notes that since 1751 there has been very little trading in Bank of England stock; it has been very closely held for more than two centuries.

The Bank of England and the Rothschilds continued to play a dominant role in the commercial life of the United States, causing panics and depressions for the Rothschilds whenever their officials were instructed to do so. When the Second Bank of the United States expired in 1836, and President Jackson refused to renew it, [thus] creating great prosperity in the United States when government funds were deposited in other banks, the Rothschilds punished the upstarts by causing the Panic of 1837. As Henry Clews writes in “Twenty-Eight Years on Wall Street”, p. 157: “The Panic of 1837 was aggravated by the Bank of England when it in one day threw out all the paper connected with the United States.”

By refusing to credit American notes and stocks, the Bank of England created financial panic among the holders of that paper. The panic enabled Rothschild’s agents, Peabody and Belmont, to reap a fortune in buying up depreciated stocks during the panic.

The Bank of England has played a prominent role in wars, revolutions, and espionage, as well as business panics. When Napoleon escaped from Elba in 1815, the London gold market jumped overnight from 4lb.6d to 5lb.7d. The leading buyer was Nathan Mayer Rothschild, who was under orders from the British Treasury to dispatch gold to the Duke of Wellington, grouping to stop Napoleon. After Waterloo, the price of gold dropped.

During the twentieth century, the most important name at the Bank of England was Lord Montagu Norman. His grandfather, George Warde Norman, had been governor of the Bank of England from 1821-1872, longer than any other man; his other grandfather, Lord Collet, was Governor of the Bank of England from 1887-89, and managing partner of Brown Shipley Co. in London for twenty-five years.

In 1894, Montague Norman was sent to New York to work in the offices of Brown Brothers; he was befriended by the W.A. Delano family, and lived with the Markoe family, partners of Brown Bros. In 1907, Norman was elected to the Court of the Bank of England. In 1912, he had a severe nervous breakdown, and was treated by [Carl] Jung in Switzerland. He became deputy governor of the Bank of England in 1916, and later served until 1944 as Governor. The Wall Street Journal wrote of him in 1927:

“Mr. M. Collet Norman, the Governor of the Bank of England, is now head and shoulders above all other British bankers. No other British banker has ever been as independent and supreme in the world of British finance as Mr. Norman is today. He has just been elected Governor for the eighth year in succession. Before the war, no Governor was allowed to hold office for more than two years; but Mr. Norman has broken all precedents. He runs his Bank and his Treasury as well. He appears to have no associations except his employees. He gives no interviews. He leaves the British financial world wholly in the thick as to his plans and ideas.”

The idea that one individual ran the Bank of England to suit himself, with no influences, is too ridiculous to be considered. What about the Rothschilds? What about the other shareholders? Carroll Quigley, in “Tragedy and Hope” notes that: “M. Norman said, ‘I hold the hegemony of the currency.’ — He is called the currency dictator of Europe.”

Lionel Fraser of J. Henry Schroder Wagg notes in his autobiography, “All to the Good”, that he was in charge of Lord Norman’s personal investments. He also notes of the firm of Helbert Wagg, former jewelers from Halberstadt and now a London banking house (later J. Henry Schroder Wagg), “The firm was official brokers on Stock Exchange to the great and all powerful House of Rothschild.” Both Wagg and Schroder had been in business in London for 159 years when they merged in 1960. Another writer notes that Lord Norman frequently consulted with J.P. Morgan before making his Bank of England decisions.

Gordon Richardson, chairman of J. Henry Schroder from 1962-72, then became Governor of the Bank of England from 1972-83, when he was succeeded by Robert Leigh-Pemberton, chairman of the National Westminister Bank, also director of Equitable — he married into the Cecil-Burghley family.

The present directors of the Bank of England are:

G.W. McMahon, deputy governor since 1964, economic analyst Treasury 1953-57, adviser British Embassy Washington 1957-60

Sir Adrian Cadbury, chairman Cadbury Schweppes, dir. IBM UK

Leopold de Rothschild, N.M. Rothschild and Sons, etc.

George V. Blunden, exec. dir. Bank of England since 1947, served with IMF 1955-58

A.D. Lochnis, dir. J. Henry Schroder Wagg

G.A. Drain, member Trilateral Commission, treasurer European Movement, Franco-British Council, British North American Committee, lawyer for many unions and health associations

Sir Jasper Hollom, has been on the board since 1936

D.G. Scholey, chairman S.G. Warburg Co., Orion Insurance, Union Discount of London, Mercury Securities, which now owns S.G. Warburg Co. Irwin Holdings

J.M. Clay, dep. chairman Hambros Bank, chairman Johnson and Firth Brown Ltd

Hambros Life Assurance

Sir David Steel, chairman British Petroleum, dir. Kuwait Oil Co., The Wellcome Trust, trustee The Economist (whose chairman is Evelyn de Rothschild)

Lord Nelson of Stafford, chairman GE Ltd. chairman Royal Worcester Co., Natl. Bank of Australasia, International Nickel, British Aircraft, English Electric, Marconi Ltd. chairman World Power Conference, Worshipful Co. of Goldsmiths, Middle Eastern Assn

Lord Weir, chairman The Weir Group, chairman Great Northern Investment Trust

E.A.J. George, exec. dir Bank of England, dir. Gilt-Edged Division Bank of England, IMF 1972-72, Bank for International Settlements 1966-69

Sir Hector Laing, chairman United Biscuit, Allied Lyons, Royal Insurance

Sir Alastair Pilkington, chairman Pilkington Bros. Glass, dir. British Petroleum, British Railways Board.

REGARDS ………… WASP

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