Israel Sex-Slave Trade http://www.solargeneral.com/library/israel-sex-slave-trade.pdf
"Two of the biggest names in The City of London England were revealed in the Financial Times.
"Nathan Mayer Rothschild, the banking family's 19th century patriarch, then James William
Freshfield, founder of Frestfields, the top City law, benefited financially from slavery." (1) will bank: Lehman Brothers
Bank of America (2)
Aetna "Remarks delivered by John. W. Rowe president and CEO, Antna Inc
" In early 2000, the fact that Aetna had written insurance policies on slaves more than
140 years ago" (1).
1. Additional information: Rothschild and Freshfields founders had links to slavery, papers revealed
by Carola Hoyos
1. www.informationliberation.com/?id=26870. (2)
" The Aetna of today is a place for the by integrity, fairness and a commitment to equal
opportunity. Diversity is embedded in this companies that use"(2).
1. Information: Aetna; slavery repatriation issue
Comment: Civil rights people have used the word equal. It is a code word to practice racism against whites and Jews and other races except black Negroes.
Another code word is “diversity”.
Rothschild and enslavement of African people"
Rothschild the banking family are Jewish.
Lehman Brothers are Jewish.
Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc was a global financial services firm. Before filing for bankruptcy ... Hong Kong and Australia, as well as Lehman Brothers' investment banking and equities businesses in Europe and the Middle East. ... In 1844, 23-year-old Henry Lehman, the son of a Jewish cattle merchant, emigrated to the ...
uploaded by Sabledoux 3 August 3, 2009 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkHW0LrjXfo
"Several institutions have apologised for, or acknowledged, their links to slavery including:
●In March 2002, Deadria C. Farmer-Paellmann, a lawyer and activist, launched an unsuccessful legal action against Aetna , a healthcare benefits company, and others for unjust enrichment through slavery. Legislation in California and Illinois prompted several companies to research their past and some to apologise and make atonement gestures.
●In mid-2000 Aetna, prompted by Ms Farmer-Paellmann, was one of the first to apologise for insurance policies written on slaves 140 years earlier.
●In 2002, New York Life, the insurer, donated documents about the insurance it sold to slave owners in the 1840s to a New York library. It also backed educational efforts.
●In 2005 JPMorgan, the investment bank, apologised that two of its predecessors in Louisiana Citizens Bank and Canal Bank had mortgaged slaves. The bank made its research public and set up a $5m scholarship fund for African- American pupils.
●Lehman Brothers apologised in 2005 for its predecessors links to slavery, while Bank of America said it regretted any actions its predecessors might have taken to support or tolerate slavery. Wachovia Bank, since acquired by Wells Fargo, also apologised for its predecessors having owned and profited from slaves. It set up a programme offering $1bn in loans for black car dealerships. ●In October 2001 students at Yale University pointed out its past links with slavery. The university noted it had already founded the Gilder-Lehrman centre for the study of slavery. Brown University has set up a commission to look into links with slavery and how it should make amends.
●In 2006 Tony Blair, prime minister, expressed deep sorrow for the UKs role in the slave trade.
●Last week the US Senate unanimously passed a resolution apologising for slavery and segregation."