...and receives a barrage of angry comments from the readers of his newspaper.
Sir Charles Moore has defended Peter Mandelson who he claims has been hanging around with the Rothschilds and Colonel Gadaffi's son at the Rothschild mansion in Waddesdon. There we have it. Peter Mandelson: The low-life who just can't get enough of the high life. But such social events are above board, of course, because the Rothschilds have no history of influencing Governments, social or economic policies so there's no conflict of interest there.
Oh, what's this? From the Financial Times in June 2009.
'Nathan Mayer Rothschild, the banking family's 19th-century patriarch, and James William Freshfield, founder of Freshfields, the top City law firm, benefited financially from slavery, records from the National Archives show, even though both have often been portrayed as opponents of slavery.'But that was then and this is now and these vested financial and political interests died long ago, thank God! Oh, what's this? From March 2009, courtesy of PR Newswire?
'Rothschild Australia and E3 International are set to become key players in the international carbon credit trading market, an emerging commodity market that analysts estimate could be worth up to US$150 billion by 2012.'Hmmm. Yes, I suppose that in the light of the Climategate scandal, Mandelson and the trillionaire might have had some things to talk over. So called 'conspiracy theorists' are often castigated for asserting that our politicians do not act on our behalf, but on behalf of a very powerful group of dynasties interested in furthering only their agenda, wealth and power at the expense of everybody else's freedom and quality of life. So it is that when chaps like me read this in The Times, alarm bells ring.
In August 2009 The Times reported...
'A radical plan to raise £100 billion by privatising the motorway network has been presented to the three main political parties by NM Rothschild, the influential investment bank. Rothschild, an architect of several privatisations, made its pitch in the weeks running up to the summer recess on July 21, Whitehall sources said. Bankers told leading politicians that the sale of the roads overseen by the Highways Agency — all motorways and most big trunk roads — could help revive battered public finances.'Mandelson, the man who would be king, the pretender to the throne and architect of New Labour is consorting with a member of one of these powerful dynasties - the Rothschilds and in a bizarre footnote, the son of the Libyan dictator who embarassed the Government only this year with the return of the Lockerbie bomber! Such things are bound to make those who trust the Government as far as they can throw them more than a little concerned, because, frankly, I very much doubt that pertinent political, social and economic issues of the day were overlooked during the 'social engagement' and furthermore, dear Catholic editor of The Telegraph, this is why men like Peter Mandelson infuriate us - He does not speak or act as a parliamentarian on our behalf at all!