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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.In the late 1910?s, Henry Ford sr., founder of Ford Motor Company, laid hands on a book called ?Protocols of The Meetings of the Learned Elders of Zion?, written by a certain professor Nilus in 1905 (third edition). Ford weekly published articles in his ?The Dearborn Independent? to describe how well the protocols of professor Nilus corresponded to the reality of the early 1920?s of the US. Not a big deal, one might object: many pundits are able to predict what will happen after fifteen years. True, but in this book the author does not argue that professor Nilus was a kind of magician able to see into the future, though a compiler of the protocols issued by a predecessor of Jacob Rothschild. The present book contains both the full text of professor Nilus, and the book that collected the 1920- 1922 articles written by Ford. On the basis of that material, the author argues that Jacob Rothschild is today?s boss of an Extreme Zionistic mafia, which is at least five times the financial size of the US. It controls the complete FED, the Military, and the US foreign policy. If you do not believe the author, then at least believe Ford. If you consider even Ford too light, believe at least Benjamin Disraeli. If you think of the latter as a traitor of his bloodline, then just read the relevant historical facts, and draw your own conclusions.
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Born 1964 in Sorengo (Switzerland) from Dutch parents, the author obtained his high school degree 1982 from the Scuola Europea di Varese, Italy. He mastered 1987 in optics in Amsterdam, and graduated 1992 on the field of atomic physics. He gathered postdoc experience on femtosecond UV-processes 1993-1995 in Paris, on cellular biophysics 1996-1999, on cellular biochemistry 2000-2003, and was visiting professor at the Universities of Pamplona (Spain), Irvine (California) and Toronto (Canada). Since 2004 the author taught physics, chemistry and mathematics at Delft University of Technology, with a research focus on nanotechnology. Schins wrote few general-audience books and many specialized articles on his field of research.