Hope this George Osborne is no Relative of Mine


No matter how distant.. sure hope not..

— First venture out for Poor George Osborne* UK MP since this Yacht Incident

QuoNathaniel Rothschild, son of prominent British Jew Lord Jacob Rotschild, and a friend of media Zionist Rupert Murdoch, invites Jewish mobster from Russia, Oleg Deripaska – the man behind the "aluminium wars" – for secretive talks aboard Rothschild´s private yacht in Corfu. Talks that are held between the mafia-Jew Deripaska and the Labour-Jew Lord Peter Mandelson and David Cameron´s money-Jew Andrew Feldman, the Tory party chief executive, and George Osborne, the Tory Shadow Chancellor.

It is suspected Mandelson has helped out Deripaska with aluminium tarrifs when he was a EU commissioner and Deripaski was also to give funds to the Conservative Party.


Nathaniel´s father Jacob Rothschild already has shown his inclination to help his Jewish oligarch brethren and has cooperated with the criminal Jewish oligarch of Yukos in Russia, Mikhail Khodorkovsky. Jacob´s son now follows in the same vein…

Jacob Rothschild is chairman of Yad Hanadiv, the Rothschild foundation, which built and gave the Knesset government buildings and the Supreme Court to Israel, and chairs the Jewish Policy Research, dedicated to promoting issues affecting Jews worldwide.te/  continued:-


One fellow attending that secret meeting in Switzerland..*

3 thoughts on “Hope this George Osborne is no Relative of Mine

  1. Markus says:

    I’m sure, Mr. Deripaska’s business will be end soon. He is very coruptional businessman. His methods of making money are very dirty. He is a gangster, not a businessman.

    • Thanks for your comment, ‘Markus’ I had been researching ancestors where one great great grand ma was a ‘Osborne.’ to get any news from the UK I have to go look for it..

      • Friendship with Boris BerezovskyIn 1993, Abramovich founded Mekong. He began selling oil from Noyabrsk. Eventually, he met fellow Russian businessman and entrepreneur Boris Berezovsky.

        According to two different sources, he first met Berezovsky either at a meeting of the Russian businessmen in the Caribbean in 1993[23] or in the summer of 1995 on the yacht of his friend Pyotr Aven.[24]

        Berezovsky introduced Abramovich to “the family”, the close circle around the then president, Boris Yeltsin, which included his daughter Tatyana Dyachenko and chief security adviser, Alexander Korzhakov.[23]

        Together with Berezovsky, Abramovich founded the offshore company Gibraltar-registered Runicom Ltd. and five Western European subsidiaries. Abramovich headed the Moscow affiliate of the Swiss firm, Runicom S.A. In August 1995, Sibneft was created by Boris Yeltsin’s presidential decree. It was rumored that Abramovich was the chief of the organization with Berezovsky promoting the business in higher circles.[25][26]

        [edit] Sibneft-acquisition, Aluminium wars, and loans-for-sharesFurther information: Sibneft, Loans-for-shares, and Gazprom Neft

        In 1995, Abramovich and Berezovsky acquired a controlling interest in the giant Soviet oil company Sibneft. Affiliates of Abramovich, with affiliates of Boris Berezovsky, purchased Russian oil company Sibneft for $100.3 million (the company was worth $2.7 billion at that time). Sibneft produces around $3 billion worth of oil annually.[27][28] Abramovich established several fly-by-night firms and together with his friend Boris Berezovsky used them to acquire the stock of Sibneft. As a result, the tycoon managed to pay for the company 25 times less than the market price.[27] Bought for a total of $200 million, Sibneft is now worth seventy five times as much.[29]

        The Times claimed that he was assisted by Badri Patarkatsishvili.[30] This acquisition was under the controversial loans-for-shares programme initiated by then President Boris Yeltsin.[31][32][33] After Sibneft, Abramovich’s next target was the aluminium industry. After privatisation the ‘aluminium wars’ lead to murders of smelting plant managers, metals traders and journalists as groups battled for control of the industry. Abramovich famously emerged winner in the aluminium wars.[30] The Times stated that in a BBC investigation into Abramovich’s wealth, reporter John Sweeney noted that, after the oligarch (Abramovich) emerged at the top of the trade, the murders stopped.[34]


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