Evelyn de Rothschild, former chairman of E.L. Rothschild Ltd., stands for a photograph during an interview in Beijing, China, on Tuesday, June 7, 2011. Rothschild has been visiting China as a financier since 1973. Photographer: Raul Vasquez/Bloomberg via Getty Images

November 9, 2022

Evelyn de Rothschild, the patriarch of the Rothschild banking dynasty, has died at 91. Rothschild was a friend of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and was knighted by the late Queen Elizabeth II in 1989 for his role in finance and banking in the UK. He was also friendly with the Clinton family and former White House National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger. Over 100 years ago, agents of the Rothschild family and other bankers met in Jekyll Island to form the Federal Reserve. In 2020, the Rothschild family formed a coalition with the Vatican, the United Nations, mega corporations, and the Rockefeller Foundation called the Council for Sustainable Capitalism. This group of elite, calling themselves “The Guardians,” want to enact a “historic collaboration of CEOs and global leaders working with the moral guidance of Pope Francis to harness the power of business for good,” according to their website.

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