Succession is the perennial problem of all oligarchies, kingdoms, and empires

The House of Rothschild is unique in that, even 200 years later, there are still descendants of the original founders running the firm. These firms usually end up telling the grandchildren or great-grandchildren, some time along the line, “here’s your trust fund, go away and don’t bother us.”

Most other families have become trust fund kids.

We are the barbarians in the desert. So we can produce progeny who will challenge the comfortable dynasties.

Succession is their weakness.

If we make succession our strength, we can attack effectively, from across the centuries, and beyond the grave.

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6 Responses to Succession is the perennial problem of all oligarchies, kingdoms, and empires

  1. FWM says:

    “If we make succession our strength…”

    Forgive my pessimism (this A.M.), but we can’t even make procreation a strength.

  2. Afterthought says:

    We Fremen have a saying: “God created Arrakis to train the faithful.”

    – Dune

  3. The Rothsxhild are the real monarchy, the Queen of England can’t go to the City of London withput banker authorization.

    The British Empire was the Rothschild Empire by the 19th century, today the Anglosphere is the Judeosphere, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s Two Hundred Years Together will never be published into English.

  4. Sam Barber says:

    All of these boys begin every sentence with “I”. None of the boys refer to himself and family as ‘we’. Thanks for the lesson rich kids.

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