China, Cuba, Venezuela and North Korea are communist countries with tightly regulated state-owned economies.Hungary and Iceland probably are on the list because their banks were nationalized in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. Also, while it's true that the US seems to have perpetual conflict with many of these countries, that has far more to do with their oppressive and aggressive regimes suppressing human rights and provoking confrontations with the rest of the world than any mucking about by the Rothschilds.The third meme I want to knock down is by far the most anti-Semitic, and that's saying something.It's that Hitler was secretly a Rothschild, or generally had a Jewish grandparent.Of course, conspiracy mongers interpret this as these countries "kicking the Rothschilds out" when no such thing is true. And I must have missed the last time we went to war with Iceland, but maybe it's in a non-Rothschild funded history book.The whole "Rothschild Central Bank" myth is many different kinds of wrong and should be dismissed without a second thought.It was suggested that the name `Huttler' was Jewish, `revealed' that he could be traced to a Jewish family called Hitler in Bucharest, and even claimed that his father had been sired by Baron Rothschild, in whose house in Vienna his grandmother had allegedly spent some time as a servant.
As historian Ian Kershaw writes in his book Rumours [that Hitler's grandfather was Jewish] circulated in Munich cafes in the early 1920s, and were fostered by sensationalist journalism of the foreign press during the 1930s.Frank, a Nazi stooge executed after Nuremberg, was ordered by Hitler to investigate his family history.He allegedly concocted a theory that Maria had been employed as a housekeeper for the Jewish Frankenberger family in Graz, Austria.There are far more powerful banks around the world, controlling far greater sums of money. A "central bank" is by definition not a privately owned institution, but a governmental mandate.It's the entity responsible for overseeing monetary policy, interest rates and currency supply for a nation.