Tuesday, 14 September 2010

CASE 089 - The Black nobility

“The Black Nobility”. These are the oligarchic families of Venice and Genoa who in the 12th century held the privileged trading rights (monopolies). They mostly are the royal families of Europe, bankers, corporations which is controlled by the Soveriegn military order of Malta.


“The first of three crusades, from 1063 to 1123, established the power of the Venetian Black Nobility and solidified the power of the wealthy ruling class. The Black Nobility aristocracy achieved complete control over Venice in 1171, when the appointment of the doge was transferred to what was known as the Great Council, which consisted of members of the commercial aristocracy, a complete triumph for them. Venice has remained in their hands ever since, but the power and influence of the Venetian Black Nobility extends far beyond its borders, and today, is felt in every corner of the globe. In 1204 the oligarchic family parceled out feudal enclaves to their members, and from this epoch dates the great building-up of power and pressure until the government became a closed corporation of the leading Black Nobility families.”
The Black Nobility earned its title through dirty tricks, so when the population revolted against the monopolies in government, as anywhere else, the leaders of the uprising were quickly seized and brutally hanged. They use secret assassinations, murder, the bankrupting of opposing citizens or companies, kidnapping and rape. So, who are these families?

The most important ones are:

House of Guelph (Britain)
House of Wettin (Belgium)
House of Bernadotte (Sweden)
House of Liechtenstein (Liechtenstein)
House of Oldenburg (Denmark)
House of Hohenzollern (Germany)
House of Hanover (Germany)
House of Bourbon (France)
House of Orange (Netherlands)
House of Grimaldi (Monaco)
House of Wittelsbach (Germany)
House of Braganza (Portugal)
House of Nassau (Luxembourg)
House of Habsburg (Austria)
House of Savoy (Italy)
House of Karadjordjevic (Yugoslavia)
House of Wurttemberg (Germany)
House of Zogu (Albania)



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