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Rothschilds massive multi-million pound Waddesdon Manor at HP18 0JH (UK post code) is a registered CHARITY. Here is the richest billionaire on the planet having his mansion's upkeep by using charitable status, INCREDIBLE and how the rich abuse and enslave us all. The Rothschild dynasty head the New World Order using their masonic banking buddies to trap us all in debt while they live in the lifestyle they THINK they deserve. Perverting democracies across the globe and buying all the political dupes they put up for us all to vote for EXCEPT they work for the Rothchild's , not the VOTERS, who think they have a democracy.

rest at: http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/article.asp?ID=11316

Yeah, yeah, I know, TFH site. But I like it.... and the charitable status part is true, here's the link:

http://www.charitiesdirect.com/charities/a...the-290859.html

Aims & Objectives:

The preservation, protection, maintenance and improvement of Waddesdon Manor, its land and contents for the benefit of the public generally, together with the advancement of education in matters of historic, artistic, architectural or aesthetic interest

For the public interest.... from the public purse.

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Wasnt there a newsclip a few years back about Tom cruise, richard gere and a load of other hollywood actors whose ranches generated enough in subsidies to offset any tax liabilities.

The rich dont pay tax, never have, never will, this new 50% rate is a joke.

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I wonder what would happen if the owner of a Welsh two up, two down applied for charitable status, claiming it was preservation of the Welsh coal mining industry and therefore in the Public Interest? Or a Cornish Tin Mining Cottage, or a 60's English Council House etc. etc.

Think they'd get it?? :rolleyes:

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I wonder what would happen if the owner of a Welsh two up, two down applied for charitable status, claiming it was preservation of the Welsh coal mining industry and therefore in the Public Interest? Or a Cornish Tin Mining Cottage, or a 60's English Council House etc. etc.

Think they'd get it?? :rolleyes:

Most people don't care about stuff like this, and that is how they get away with it. Look at this year as an example - we have the economy is ruins, house prices crashing, corrupt MPs stealing public funds, bribes, lies, propaganda, terrorists being released for oil deals. And what happens? Nothing. They're all still in power and game shows like Big Brother dominate the airwaves. This is why the education system creates morons - for this reason - so they are not questioned.

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Rothschilds massive multi-million pound Waddesdon Manor at HP18 0JH (UK post code) is a registered CHARITY. Here is the richest billionaire on the planet having his mansion's upkeep by using charitable status, INCREDIBLE and how the rich abuse and enslave us all. The Rothschild dynasty head the New World Order using their masonic banking buddies to trap us all in debt while they live in the lifestyle they THINK they deserve. Perverting democracies across the globe and buying all the political dupes they put up for us all to vote for EXCEPT they work for the Rothchild's , not the VOTERS, who think they have a democracy.

rest at: http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/article.asp?ID=11316

Yeah, yeah, I know, TFH site. But I like it.... and the charitable status part is true, here's the link:

http://www.charitiesdirect.com/charities/a...the-290859.html

Aims & Objectives:

The preservation, protection, maintenance and improvement of Waddesdon Manor, its land and contents for the benefit of the public generally, together with the advancement of education in matters of historic, artistic, architectural or aesthetic interest

For the public interest.... from the public purse.

He isn't the richest billionaire on the planet

WM is open to the public.

I's a rather better example of architecture than some 'me too' 2 up 2 down.

There is no evidence (outside the tinfoil hat you're wearing) that their is a NWO and that the Rothschild's are the 'brains' behind it.

Who are the 'Masonic' banking buddies you refer too

We 'trap' ourselves in debt no one else -

This whole nonsense is classic blame shifting of responsibility. Go get a decent job and work your way out of poverty rather than sitting here typing with one hand...

Waddesdon Manor is a lovely place and I suggest you take a visit

http://www.waddesdon.org.uk/

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So if I give to charity without looking closely at what the charity is which benefits, say through an agent or to some basket of charities, I could end up contributing to the upkeep of Waddesdon Manor?

Great! :(

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He isn't the richest billionaire on the planet

WM is open to the public.

I's a rather better example of architecture than some 'me too' 2 up 2 down.

There is no evidence (outside the tinfoil hat you're wearing) that their is a NWO and that the Rothschild's are the 'brains' behind it.

Who are the 'Masonic' banking buddies you refer too

We 'trap' ourselves in debt no one else -

This whole nonsense is classic blame shifting of responsibility. Go get a decent job and work your way out of poverty rather than sitting here typing with one hand...

Waddesdon Manor is a lovely place and I suggest you take a visit

http://www.waddesdon.org.uk/

+1

NT members go for free.

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WM is open to the public. ..

Indeed it is - at £15 each / visit if you were to go today. :angry:

Go get a decent job and work your way out of poverty

I do, but I'm taxed into oblivion to keep Waddesdon in the style to which it has become accoustomed

sitting here typing with one hand...

Yep, and I'm counting my Gold with the other

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Can anyone do this? I would like to return my own house to it's 1907 Edwardian splendour are there tax subsidies I can claim to do this?

Or is this only open to A ) rich people and B ) people with large houses.

What about if my entire street did this for historical accuracy I'd even like having the original cobbled road restored?

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We 'trap' ourselves in debt no one else

Collectively we are compelled to be permanently and increasingly in net debt to the commercial banking system.

Unless we borrow it into existence and pay interest, we cannot have an adequate means of exchange.

Our economy and our whole society will come to a shuddering stop if there is insufficient borrowing, and therefore debt.

So, your statement is true insofar as we choose not to insist upon fundamental money reform.

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Can anyone do this? I would like to return my own house to it's 1907 Edwardian splendour are there tax subsidies I can claim to do this?

Or is this only open to A ) rich people and B ) people with large houses.

What about if my entire street did this for historical accuracy I'd even like having the original cobbled road restored?

theres an open house about 2 miles from here...always young people outside and on the door step, clearly interested in the external architecture of the 2005 built mid terrace..

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This whole thread is completely misleading.

Waddesdon Manor has been owned by the National Trust since it was bequeathed to the Nation in 1957, by the Rothschilds. The Rothschilds also gave a £750,000 donation at the time to help preserve the property for posterity.

The National Trust allows the property to be administered by another charity called the Alice Trust on which a number of the Rothschild family are represented on the Board. They don't live at Waddesdon, although they have donated many £million over the years to help with the restoration and maintenance of the Manor. The property and its estate are open to the public.

There's no public money being used here to "keep the Rothschild's in the lifestyle that they think they deserve" (quote from the OP). This whole thread is ridiculous.

Edit: To correct a spelling mistake.

Edited by Cunobelinus

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This whole thread is completely misleading.

Waddesdon Manor has been owned by the National Trust since it was bequeathed to the Nation in 1957, by the Rothschilds. The Rothschilds also gave a £750,000 donation at the time to help preserve the property for posterity.

The National Trust allows the property to be administered by another charity called the Alice Trust on which a number of the Rothschild family are represented on the Board. They don't live at Waddesdon, although they have donated many £million over the years to help with the restoration and maintenance of the Manor. The property and its estate are open to the public.

There's no public money being used here to "keep the Rothschild's in the lifestyle that they think they deserve" (quote from the OP). This whole thread is ridiculous.

Edit: To correct a spelling mistake.

Don't let the facts get in the way of a good rant.

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Fortunately David Cameron has promised a better kind of politics and will definitely set about reform after the next election.
I think Cogs probably meant to put a couple of lol's after that but forgot. Anyway, here they are now :lol::lol: Edited by blankster

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Isn't this exactly the same wheeze the church and other ultra-rich organisations use?

Their costs have risen hugely since the rise of unionised labour, and more recently the minimum wage, so they have to find some way to offset that :rolleyes:

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To my mind we can't have a discussion about wealth, privilege and the super rich without bringing the monarchy into the frame. Surely there is no moral ustification for the continuation of a hereditary monarchy in a modern so-called democracy. People generally seem to like the Queen, she's not a bad old stick as far as I can see, and this is what has sustained the monarchy in recent decades. I reckon the monarchy here will end the next time we have an unpopular king or queen.

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Most people don't care about stuff like this, and that is how they get away with it. Look at this year as an example - we have the economy is ruins, house prices crashing, corrupt MPs stealing public funds, bribes, lies, propaganda, terrorists being released for oil deals. And what happens? Nothing. They're all still in power and game shows like Big Brother dominate the airwaves. This is why the education system creates morons - for this reason - so they are not questioned.

But, But... surely all those things you mention are caused by immigrants.

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This whole thread is completely misleading.

Waddesdon Manor has been owned by the National Trust since it was bequeathed to the Nation in 1957, by the Rothschilds. The Rothschilds also gave a £750,000 donation at the time to help preserve the property for posterity.

The National Trust allows the property to be administered by another charity called the Alice Trust on which a number of the Rothschild family are represented on the Board. They don't live at Waddesdon, although they have donated many £million over the years to help with the restoration and maintenance of the Manor. The property and its estate are open to the public.

There's no public money being used here to "keep the Rothschild's in the lifestyle that they think they deserve" (quote from the OP). This whole thread is ridiculous.

Well quite.

Do the Rothschilds have undue influence, riches and obscured control? Perhaps.

Do they benefit from public money channelled through the charitable status of Waddeston? Nope.

As to any links with masons, perhaps the OP was referring to this crew: St Blaise

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To my mind we can't have a discussion about wealth, privilege and the super rich without bringing the monarchy into the frame. Surely there is no moral ustification for the continuation of a hereditary monarchy in a modern so-called democracy. People generally seem to like the Queen, she's not a bad old stick as far as I can see, and this is what has sustained the monarchy in recent decades. I reckon the monarchy here will end the next time we have an unpopular king or queen.

Our chance to get rid of them will come when (if) Charles ever ascends to the throne.

He's an idiot, apparently surrounds himself with sycophants and seems to believe that he has a God given right to interfere in matters that are properly the responsibility of an elected Government. If he can't keep his mouth shut when he becomes King, it'll cause a constitutional crisis that will, hopefully, spell the end of the monarchy.

If, for some reason, the crown skips a generation to William, our chance to get rid of them in our lifetimes will probably be gone.

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Well quite.

Do the Rothschilds have undue influence, riches and obscured control? Perhaps.

Do they benefit from public money channelled through the charitable status of Waddeston? Nope.

As to any links with masons, perhaps the OP was referring to this crew: St Blaise

loks like a nice place with a reasonably priced hotel too...might take the missus for a dirty weekend.

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