BENJAMIN DISRAELI AND THE CONSTITUTIONS OF THE COLONIES In 1804 Benjamin DISRAELI was born the first born son to Isaac DISRAELI. Apparently Isaac DISRAELI had a disagreement with the Elders of the Bevis Marks Synagogue and converted to become an Anglican. Bevis Marks as a street that runs into Tower Street where Lloyds Coffee Shop was situated. According to the Biography of Benjamin DISRAELI he spent 5 years travelling with his father from 1811-1816 to visit the Jewish Communities in Spain, Portugal, Italy, France and Holland At this time the Napoleonic wars were culminating in the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. The Rothschilds had financed all sides in this war and spread a rumour on the British Stock Market that Napoleon had won. There was panic selling as the British Aristocracy who were the main shareholders divested their stock. The Rothschilds, Warburgs and other Jewish Bankers purchased most the shares and virtually end-up owning most of the stock. This provided the Zionist Jewish Community with the leverage to broker an arrangement with the British Aristocracy to increase the influence of Board of Deputies of British Jews on the British Legal System. According to the archives the earliest minutes were written in Portuguese (scroll down "Archives-ACC/3121/A - Minutes") reflecting the influence of the Portuguese Jews on Trade. At the same time Benjamin DISRAELI had returned to England and was trying to enter Politics. He stood 3 times as an MP and was defeated. Finally in 1837 he was elected to represent Maidstone the House of Commons. However long before his successful election, in 1833 he presented a paper to the Sir Robert PEEL Prime Minister called "Vindication of the British Constitution". An interesting document as Britain has never had a written Constitution. DISRAELI's document listed 39 Powers of Parliament for a written Constitution including: I Trade and Commerce II Taxation III Bounties IV Borrowing Money on Public Credit V Postal, telegraphic, telephonic and other like Services This document formed the basis of the Constitution of the first Country to leave the Empire in 1867 - Canada. Australia was the second country in 1901. This document played a key part in convening the first Universal Telecommunication Congress in 1854 and the formation of the Universal Postal Union [UPU] in 1884. The majority of the discussion at the UPU from 1890-1910 was over how much insurance should be paid as a proportion of each stamp to cover the costs of insuring expensive times like diamonds that were sent by post. The insurance on stamps still goes back to the "Safe Syndicates at Lloyds. In 1847 Disraeli supported Lord John RUSSELL with his Act to allow Jews to become members of Parliament. One of the first Jews elected in 1847 was Baron Lionel DE ROTHSCHILDS as the member for the City of London. DE ROTHSCHILDS was re-elected 5 times but did not sit in Parliament for 11 years until the oath of allegiance was amended. In 1874 DISRAELI became Prime Minister and his Government passed many laws that would have exceptional impact both on Britain and the Colonies. These Acts included: 1874 Factory Act 1875 Pure Food and Drugs Act 1875 Public Health Act 1875 Artesians Dwelling Act 1875 Climbing Boys Act 1876 Education Act 1888 Local Government Act - the start of the Separation of the Constitutional Powers Doctrine While these Acts produced great social change for the better, was there an ulterior motive to create a situation whereby Government was going to be increasingly in debt and have to raise taxes or borrow monies from the International Bankers ? In 1876 DISRAELI proposed to Queen Victoria that she accept the Title of Empress of India. In return Queen VICTORIA made DISRAELI the 1st Earl of Beaconsfield so that he could now continue as Prime Minister from the House of Lords without having to be elected. If you go to Liverpool in England and go to St Georges Hall there is a statue of the Earl of Beaconsfield flanked by Queen Victoria on one side and Prince Albert on the other Side. If you visit the magnificent Manchester Town Hall there in Albert Square at the front of the Town Hall is stature to Prince Albert. The Statue has a canopy with 4 sides each with a Star of David. Manchester was the first city in the world to have a Public Library which is in Albert Square. One street that leads off Albert Square is Brasenose St. In Brasenose Street there is a statue of Abraham LINCOLN. At the base of this statue on one side a letter in 1860 from "The People of Manchester to Abraham LINCOLN providing funds to support his campaign for the abolition of slavery" On the other side is a copy of the response from LINCOLN three months later thanking the People for "their Generosity". No figures are mentioned but if you read Jeremy PAXTON's book "Friends in High Places" P 280 he states "the Rothschilds provided 20 Million British Pounds Sterling to compensate British Slave Owners for the abolition of slavery." Why would the Rothschilds and the Merchants of Manchester provide funding to abolish slavery and add cost to their goods ? As explained to me by an Economist "If you abolish slavery and pay people wages you can collect more taxes from people to pay back the money loaned by you the International bankers who have lent funds to the Government. If you fund the Unions to force a wage increase this raise the base cost of products. If you are an International Banker involved with Currency conversions where your fees are based on % it makes sense. Hence raw cotton that costs $10.00 a bale due to labour costs rather than $ 1.00 a bale at slavery cost provides extra revenue for all parties in the chain, the shippers, the currency exchangers, the transport companies, the insurers and the manufacturers. This is the Model the International Bankers have worked out for the Westminster System and International Trade." This is why the "London School of Economics and Political Science [LSE]" to give it its full title was formed in 1896 by the Fabian Society to export this Model. Potential Government administrators (the Executive) from around the world are invited to attend the LSE understand the Model and implement it in their own Country particularly for International Trade. Around the same time Cecil RHODES died in Rhodesia and Baron ROTHSCHILD as the executor of his will, established the Rhodes Scholarship. The Rhodes Scholarship was established to invite potential leaders to Oxford for 3 years to assist those potential leaders fulfil their potential. Rhodes scholars include: Bob HAWKE Bill CLINTON Tony BLAIR Rupert MURDOCH Kim BEAZLEY The influence of the ROTHSCHILDS is still very strong with the announcement in 1994 that ROTHSCHILDS were establishing a branch in China In 1983 Paul KEATING was elected the world's best Treasurer by the International bankers. Why ? Because he had: 1 deregulated the Australian dollar 2 enable overseas investment in the Australian Stock Market 3 made Superannuation compulsory for every employer. The perpetual money machine had been created !! The Thank You he received was winning the unwinable election as Prime Minister in 1993. However a series of incidents around late 1980s paved the way possibly for the attack on the World Trade Centres on Sep 11 2001. In 1987 the UK Archbishop of Canterbury sent his envoy Terry WAITE to the Middle East. Mr WAITE was taken hostage. In 1991 President Jimmy CARTER was involved in securing the release of Terry WAITE. However few people are aware that as part of that release may have been an agreement to establish the Board of Deputies of British Muslims in 1992. This agreement provides the Muslims with the same terms of review of the law making process as the Board of Deputies of British Jews. Does this also include the right to review all Laws in Commonwealth Countries to ensure they do not conflict with Muslim Law ? Or is there another Agenda ?
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