New World Order : The True Story of Napoleon Bonaparte and How The House of Rothschild Gain Power Over the World

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This is the true story behind Napoleon’s Golden Age, a story hidden and deliberately altered by leftard historians, capable only of hiding and escaping from the truth with the propulsion of their ignominious lies

Authored by Napoleone Bonaparte via Wars and Ashes of Empires

The Napoleonic Era should be subtitled: How the Rothschild usurer family took control of the entire Europe, becoming the wealthiest family banking dynasty in the world. Forbes magazine refers to Mayer Amschel Rothschild as a ‘founding father of international finance,’ not as a dirty usurer who caused the death of millions of people, as did his heirs, who still do today. The five sons of this Rothschild patriarch would later branch out to lead banking dynasties in Austria, Italy, France, and England, becoming financiers of the European Crowns, funding all parties in the European wars that enriched them, at least those who had enough money to pay their usurious rates. To this day, the House of Rothschild and its allies remain the dominant force behind global finance, undermining and shaping the political vision in the media according to their needs and goals. There can be no doubt: Mayer Amschel Rothschild is the ‘Founding Father’ of the New World Order.


August 15, 1769: Napoleon Bonaparte is born into an aristocratic family on the Italian island of Corsica (under French jurisdiction). His father, Carlo, was originally a follower of the Corsican patriot leader, Pasquale Paoli, but later became a supporter of French rule. Napoleon was raised Catholic but would become a deist in his adult life (belief in an intelligent creative force – or Creator), like the American founding fathers.

The Directory of the Illuminati

Professor Adam Weishaupt formed the secret order of the Illuminati in Bavaria (Germany) in 1776. Some say, and I believe it, that he was actually a paid agent of the Rothschilds to establish their secret order capable of controlling governments from within, that is, to erect and give rise to a technocratic and political plutocracy. Weishaupt (code name Spartacus) recruited elite wealthy individuals into his Secret Society. Weishaupt’s Illuminati, or Spartacus, also infiltrated other Masonic lodges to establish hegemony: they plotted for the overthrow of governments, the destruction of Christianity, and the future arrival of a global communal state (New World Order).

The Bavarian authorities officially dissolved the Illuminati in 1784. However, the tactics and objectives of the order are clearly evident in the French Revolution of 1789 and in the future Jacobin or Jacobin-like communist plots.

The French Revolution was a period of radical upheaval in France. Unlike the American Revolution, whose deist and Christian leaders placed limits on government power, the radical atheists of the ‘spontaneous’ French Revolution (financed and organized by agents of the secret societies of the International New World Order) sought total power. Their cries of ‘Liberty, Fraternity, Equality’ are empty words that attracted gullible crowds, not unlike what modern parties like Podemos or the Five Star Movement did yesterday.

The infamous, or glorious for some, ‘Storming of the Bastille’ concerned the seizure of weapons, not the liberation of prisoners.

Many good people who wanted an American-style republican revolution were sucked in by the mad Jacobins and their slogans.

The French Revolution thus led to the rise of the mad killer Robespierre, and the Jacobins’ organization became the most important political club of the French Revolution. In 1791, there were 900 Jacobin clubs in France associated with the main club in Paris. Contrary to the image of the French Revolution as a ‘from below’ revolt of the oppressed, the Jacobins instead represented the elite of their local societies, and included wealthy artisans and merchants. The Jacobins (precursors of the communists) were eventually replaced by more moderate elements of the revolution. Robespierre himself was executed. The ‘Directory’ would control France from 1795 to 1799, while the monarchies of Europe would wage war against the republican France.

The Red Shield

Although historians describe the Revolution as a ‘spontaneous revolt’ of the oppressed, the funding of the movement and the disciplined organization of the radical Jacobins suggest otherwise. Were there Rothschild funds behind the revolt? Could this be the meaning of the color theme of the French Revolution, the red? (Rothschild in German means ‘Red Shield’). Many other ‘spontaneous’ red revolts will follow in the centuries to come. We cannot forget that the red revolt or the communist revolutions are nothing but the swallowing of democratic political power in favor of a true existential black hole, the USSR, for example, imploded just like a huge black hole.


The Royal Houses of monarchical Europe will conduct a series of ‘coalition wars’ in alternating phases (7 wars in total) against post-revolutionary France. At different times, the United Kingdom (the main instigator of the Pre- and Napoleonic wars, and it is worth noting that it was Britain that declared war on Hitler’s Germany, and the similarities between this story and the beginning of the Second World War do not stop at this particular) and various combinations of Kingdoms including the Netherlands, Russia, Austria, Prussia, Spain, Hungary, Sweden, and numerous other minor kingdoms join in opposition to republican France. From these coalitions, marriages were later formalized, interconnecting much of these Monarchical kingdoms. The wars that followed, and those that will follow, will also become known (unjustly) as the ‘Napoleonic wars’: we say ‘unjustly’ because it was not Napoleon who first undertook these wars, Napoleon inherited them.

After Napoleon’s initial victories that brought him among the people of the post-revolutionary power oligarchy, the so-called Directory, we will talk about what happened after Napoleon successfully completed his Italian campaign. I recall that Italy did not exist as a unified state at that time.

His incredible victories finally put an end to what is now known as ‘The first coalition war’ against France – and led to the Treaty of Campo Formio, negotiated by Napoleon himself, between France and Austria. The stature of the French general as a military genius and leader is now such that he can openly challenge the orders of the atheistic Directory, dethrone the Pope, and get away with it.

Napoleon is now a legend in the making, who will soon become a full-fledged political force – a force beyond the control of the Illuminati and their project for the New World Order.

The Battle of the Pyramids

Fearing his growing popularity, in 1798, the Directory sends Napoleon on a military campaign in Egypt. The culmination of this campaign was the Battle of the Pyramids, also known as the Battle of Embabeh – a major military engagement, which began on July 21, 1798.

The French army under Napoleon Bonaparte achieved a decisive victory against the forces of the Ottoman Turks and local Mamluk rulers. Napoleon dominated and won the battle not far from the Pyramids of Giza, which must have been an extraordinary landscape of beauty and destruction.

It is the battle in which Napoleon employed one of his significant contributions to military tactics, the divisional square. Actually a rectangle, the deployment of the French brigades in these massive formations repeatedly repelled multiple cavalry charges by the Mamluks. Napoleon pushed the Turkish infantry forces into the sea, causing them to drown, without firing a shot. The victory effectively sealed the French conquest of Egypt. Napoleon entered Cairo after the battle and established local administration under his supervision.

Approaching the Egyptians not as a conqueror, but as a liberator who greatly respects their religion and culture, this position earned him solid support in Egypt and the admiration of Muhammad Ali, who later succeeded in declaring Egypt’s independence from the Ottoman Turks.

An unusual aspect of the Egyptian military expedition is the inclusion of a large group of scientists and scholars. This deployment of intellectual resources is an indication of Napoleon’s devotion to higher education. Much of what we know today about ancient Egypt is the result of this mission. Discoveries include the decipherment of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs through the so-called ‘Rosetta Stone’.

The Rise of the Rothschild Dynasty

After amassing a huge fortune from his base in the city of Frankfurt, Germany, Mayer Amschel Rothschild sends his five sons abroad to expand the Rothschild Family Empire throughout Europe. Each of the brothers will emerge as a dominant financial and behind-the-scenes political actor in their respective new settlement countries. The five sons and the five sub-dynasties they operate are as follows:

Anselm: remains in Frankfurt to lead the German operation.
Salomon: Vienna, Austria
Nathan: Manchester, and then London, England
Carl: Naples, Italy
Jacob: Paris, France
Of the five, Nathan in London (“The City of London”) will become the richest and most powerful of the brothers. His power even surpasses that of the other existing billionaire family dynasties that own the Bank of England (Montefiores, Goldsmids, Mocattas).

The Emperor

The New World Order lodge incited the French Revolution to overthrow the monarchy, but now finds Napoleon in front of them, what to do?

Immediately after taking power in France, Napoleon offers to make peace with the foreign coalition lined up against him. Great Britain and Austria reject his offer. The communist Jacobins (working for their secret Rothschild leaders of the New World Order in London) want their bloody dictatorship back. They openly demand the death of Napoleon. A left-wing agitator, named Metge, publishes a pamphlet comparing Napoleon to the Roman sovereign Julius Caesar, killed by daggers wielded by Brutus and other conspirators. Metge openly calls for ‘the birth of thousands of Brutuses to stab the tyrant Bonaparte.’ In fact, one of the thwarted Jacobin plots is the ‘Conspiration des poignards’ (The Conspiracy of the Daggers) in October 1800. The Jacobins plan to stab Napoleon, just as Julius Caesar was, upon his arrival at the Paris Opera House. Informants are able to thwart the assassination plot, but the Jacobins subsequently try, and again, to kill Napoleon. Two months after the debacle of the dagger conspiracy, the Jacobins almost succeed in blowing up Napoleon’s carriage with a bomb (Plot of the Rue Saint-Nicaise, ‘The Infernal Machine’). Both Napoleon and Josephine (who faints) survive the massive explosion, but 10 or 12 innocents are killed, along with dozens injured and maimed. Modern liberal historians (apologists for the Jacobins) claim that behind this attack were the Bourbon royalists. But Napoleon did not share this view. He uses the public outrage over the vile assault to publicly annihilate the Jacobins in order to lose their popular support and weaken their already very thin ranks. Napoleon declared: ‘For such a heinous crime, we must avenge it like lightning; blood must flow; we must shoot as many guilty as there were victims.’

Napoleon also introduces a high standard of education on multiple scales and levels for all his citizens as never seen before in human history. The Jacobins, children of the revolution, the fathers of today’s Marxists, had never thought of this ‘Social Revolution’: guaranteed education for all social classes.


It is important to note that without Rothschild funding, the future coalition wars will not be possible, at least not in the long term. The Old World Order led by the English (Unenlightened Monarchy) and the New World Order (Rothschild-Illuminati and Jacobins) both seek the disappearance of Napoleon Bonaparte. Napoleon needs money to finance France’s military effort against the European powers, but he is not willing to borrow from the great usurious bankers.

Napoleon writes:
When a government depends on bankers for money, they, and not the leaders of the government, control the situation, as the hand that gives is above the hand that takes. Money has no homeland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency; their only purpose is profit.

Instead of crawling to the Rothschilds, Napoleon raises funds by proposing to sell the vast territory of Louisiana to the United States. President Jefferson jumps at the offer. Napoleon’s move also closes a potential front in the Western Hemisphere from which Britain could declare war on French territory.

The Napoleonic Code

Napoleon’s lasting reforms include higher education, a tax code, and road and sewer systems. His set of civil laws, the civil code, now known as the Napoleonic Code, is prepared by committees of legal experts. Napoleon actively participates in the sessions of the Council of State that review the drafts. The Code prohibits privileges based on birth, allows freedom of religion, and specifies that government jobs must go to the most qualified. Other codes are commissioned by Napoleon to codify criminal and commercial law. A criminal education code is also published, which establishes the rules of due process. The Code will be accepted in much of Europe and will remain in force even after Napoleon’s eventual defeat. It is a revolutionary idea that stimulates the development of the middle class by extending the right to property to all. Although technically a ‘dictator,’ Napoleon uses his power to promote meritocracy, equality before the law, and freedom – not only among his French subjects, but also for the peoples living in the ‘conquered’ territories after winning the numerous coalition wars imposed on France.

Arc de Triomphe

In the first anniversary of his coronation, Napoleon defeats Austria and Russia in the Battle of Austerlitz. The subsequent Peace of Pressburg leads to the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire and the creation of the Confederation of the Rhine, with Napoleon appointed as its protector. Napoleon later states: ‘The Battle of Austerlitz is the most beautiful of all that I have ever fought.’ This breaks the Third Coalition, incapacitating Austria, but Britain and Russia remain at war with France. To commemorate the victory, Napoleon commissions the ‘Arc de Triomphe.’

Coalition Forces

Proud British imperialists, the old heads of European crowns (especially the Bourbons), and influential Rothschild financiers do not accept this situation. They, not Napoleon, want to continue the ‘Napoleonic’ wars until the Emperor’s destruction, so in the years that follow, many European coalitions formed and financed by Monarchies and Rothschild Bankers attack the Napoleonic Empire without the possibility of ending. Led by Nathan in Great Britain, the five Rothschild Brothers of Europe (based in Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Austria, and France) are determined to destroy Napoleon before his anti-debt monetary philosophy can take hold in Europe.

Napoleon and the Jews

Napoleon is very tolerant in his attitude towards the Jews. Consequently, he has earned the respect of many of them. But he has his motivations. Historian Rabbi Berel Wein reveals that Napoleon was primarily interested in seeing the Jews assimilated, rather than thriving as an alien community: ‘Napoleon’s outward tolerance and fairness towards the Jews were actually based on his grand plan to make them completely disappear through total assimilation, mixed marriages, and conversion.’

This attitude can be seen from a letter Napoleon wrote in November 1806: ‘It is necessary to reduce, if not destroy, the tendency of the Jewish people to engage in a great number of activities harmful to civilization and public order in society in all countries of the world. It is necessary to stop the damage by preventing it; to prevent it, it is necessary to change the Jews. … Once a part of their youth has taken its place in our armies, they will cease to have Jewish interests and feelings; their interests and feelings will be French,’ and, ‘I have never expelled the Jews, but I have not sought to attract others to my kingdom. Far from it, I have avoided doing anything that might show esteem for the most despicable act of humanity: usury.’

In response to complaints about usurers, in 1806, Napoleon suspended all their debts. In 1808, he goes a step further and issues a decree that usurers call ‘The infamous decree.’ Napoleon wants usurers to move away from their traditional money lending practices and instead become farmers and artisans. His decree heavily restricts the practice of lending and cancels all debts owed by married women, minors, and soldiers. Any loan with an interest rate exceeding 10 percent is also canceled. Napoleon’s religious tolerance is admired by many Jews. But his efforts to regulate usury have upset Jewish moneylenders and sealed his fate. This is why, to this day, they refer to Napoleon’s decree as ‘The infamous decree.’

The Battle of Borodino

The fighting in the Battle of Borodino (in Russia) involves 250,000 soldiers and causes about 80,000 casualties, making Borodino the single deadliest day of the Napoleonic Wars. Napoleon’s Grande Armée launches an attack against the Russian army, driving it from its positions but failing to achieve a decisive victory. Both armies are exhausted after the battle, and the Russians withdraw from the field the next day. Moscow falls a week later; but since the Russian army was not beaten hard enough to be rendered ineffective, the French are unable to bring Tsar Alexander back to the peace table. After their defeat at Borodino, the Russians avoid Napoleon’s goal of a decisive engagement and instead retreat deeper into Russia. Due to the Russian army’s scorched earth tactics, the French struggle to procure food for themselves and their horses. Napoleon recounts: ‘The most terrible of all my battles was the one before Moscow (Borodino). The French proved themselves worthy of victory, but the Russians proved themselves worthy of being invincible.’ Napoleon retreats from Moscow with most of his Grande Armée intact. During the long march home, typhus sweeps away most of his men. The retreat from Russia proves disastrous for Napoleon. Contrary to popular belief, it was neither the Russian army, nor hunger, nor the cold that wiped out most of the troops on the return home, but the widespread typhus disease spread by lice.

With his army now excessively weakened, one by one Napoleon’s allies become former allies and members of the Sixth Coalition.

The Beginning of the End

From his base in the financial district of London (“The City”), Nathan Rothschild continues single-handedly to finance Britain’s war to defeat Napoleon. Gold shipments to the European continent finance the armies of the Duke of Wellington and also those of Britain’s allies, Prussia and Austria. The Rothschild brothers coordinate their activities across the continent and develop a network of agents, shippers, and couriers to transport gold through war-torn Europe. If it hadn’t been for Rothschild’s unlimited fortune, the Allies would surely have had to make peace with Napoleon by now. The Duke of Wellington’s army was funded by Nathan Rothschild. There is a lull in fighting during the winter of 1812-1813 as both the Russians and the French rebuild their forces. Napoleon is then able to deploy 350,000 soldiers. Encouraged by France’s failure in Russia, Prussia joins Austria, Sweden, Russia, Britain, Spain, and Portugal in a new coalition. Napoleon takes command in Germany and inflicts a series of defeats on the Coalition, culminating in the Battle of Dresden in August 1813. Despite these extraordinary successes against multiple armies, losses continue to mount against Napoleon. The French army is finally blocked by a force twice its size in the Battle of Leipzig. This is by far the largest battle of the Napoleonic Wars and cost a total of 90,000 lives. The four powers that defeated Napoleon (Britain, Austria, Prussia, Russia) agree to ally for 20 years, promising to fight together to stop France if it ever became too powerful again. The Treaty of Chaumont is a series of agreements signed separately but formulated identically between the Austrian Empire, the Kingdom of Prussia, the Russian Empire, and the United Kingdom. The treaty will draw the powers of the Sixth Coalition into a closer alliance in case Napoleon rejects the surrender terms for the loss of recently offered territory to France. Each ally agrees to field 150,000 soldiers against France and to guarantee European peace for twenty years (once achieved) against French ‘aggression.’ The terms of the Treaty were largely written by Lord Castlereagh, the British Foreign Secretary, who offers money subsidies (Rothschild money) to keep the other armies in the field against Napoleon. Napoleon retreats to France; his army is reduced to 70,000 soldiers and 40,000 conscripts against more than triple the Allied Troops. The French are surrounded as British forces press from the south and other coalition forces position themselves to attack the German states. Paris is captured by the Coalition in March 1814. On April 2, 1814, the French Senate declares Napoleon deposed. When Napoleon learns that Paris has surrendered, he proposes that the army march on the capital. Some of his marshals mutiny. They confront Napoleon and force him to announce his unconditional abdication just two days later.

The Battle of Waterloo

“Here I am. Kill your emperor, if you wish.” The soldiers respond with: “Long live the Emperor!” and march with Napoleon to Paris! King Louis XVIII flees. Napoleon quickly raises another army. He will once again face the English and the Prussians, financed by the Rothschilds, in the decisive Battle of Waterloo in Belgium.

Always financed by the House of Rothschild, the English, led by the Duke of Wellington, and the Prussians, led by Gebhard von Blucher, amass their armies of the Seventh Coalition near the northeastern border of France. Napoleon is forced to preemptively attack France’s enemies before they can unleash a massive and coordinated invasion of France, along with other members of this last allied coalition.

The Battle of Waterloo is fought on Sunday, June 18, 1815, in Belgium.

The French army almost wins the great battle. It is only the late arrival of the Prussian reinforcements that suddenly turns the battle against the French. The defeat at Waterloo marks the end of Napoleon’s hundred days’ return from exile and puts an end to his reign as emperor once and for all. The French monarchy is restored to the Bourbons for the second time. The word “Waterloo” has since become synonymous with final defeat.

Death Toll from Rothschild Wars to Keep European Peoples Ignorant and Mocked

Military deaths are estimated to range from 2.5 million to 3.5 million. The civilian death toll, related to the war, varies from 1 million to 3 million. Therefore, estimates of total deaths, both military and civilian, can reasonably range from 3.5 million to 6.5 million.

To put these numbers into perspective, the death toll was 5-10 times higher than that of the deadly American Civil War of 1860.

The Rothschild brothers use carrier pigeons to communicate quickly between themselves and their agents. This network (a bio-mechanical internet) provides Nathan Rothschild with political and financial information in advance of his colleagues, giving him an advantage in the financial markets. After Napoleon’s final defeat at Waterloo, Nathan Rothschild receives news of the battle’s outcome long before anyone else. Rothschild will use the “insider information” of Wellington’s victory to become the supreme master of Britain. He orders his brokers to sell his holdings. Other brokers assume that Rothschild has learned that Britain has been defeated at Waterloo. A panic sell-off drives the market to historic lows. Rothschild then buys the devalued market at bargain prices. When the public learns of Britain’s victory over Napoleon, stocks soar. Nathan Rothschild multiplies his enormous fortune by 20 times! The “Balance of Power” policy serves the interests of globalist planners because it allows one or more disobedient nations to be controlled, challenged, and controlled by a group of other nations of equal power. The Rothschilds and their agents will soon exercise enormous financial influence in 3 of the 4 major European nations. Only Russia remains free from the reach of Rothschild, but we are still in the 19th century. Today, Central Banks are controlled by the Rothschilds, and those countries that avoid this financial debt control are relentlessly targeted.


In the political vacuum left by Napoleon’s removal, subversive Jacobin groups and the Rothschilds, as well as semi-controlled nationalist groups, grow and spread throughout the European continent. These movements will “spontaneously” explode during the bloody and chaotic “European Spring” of 1848.

In that same year, Karl Marx publishes “The Communist Manifesto.” Marx himself is related to the Rothschilds to some degree through marriage.

By destroying Napoleon and at the same time buying Britain, the Rothschild family was able to unleash the advent of the New World Order to subvert Europe and conquer the world. The “spontaneous” nationalists and the red revolutions of 1848 will permanently weaken the political structure of Europe, laying the groundwork for the disastrous wars and revolutions of the centuries to come, using the same script used in the so-called “Napoleonic Wars.”

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