'Muslim Ban' Conspiracy: Rothschild IMF & Trump's Business Links
Theories regarding the true agenda behind the ban
Since Donald Trump signed the controversial "Muslim ban" executive order designed stop admission of refugees into the US from certain countries, a lot of questions have been raised as to why those countries were on the list, and not other countries such as Saudi Arabia, for example.
The reason, we're told, is to limit the possibility of a terrorist attack on American soil from a "refugee terrorist", yet, according to a recent study, only three terrorism-related deaths in the last 40 years have been attributed to refugees, and they were Cuban attackers, who weren't linked to any of the countries on the ban list.
According to the official narrative, 15 of the 19 hijackers "responsible" for the 9/11 attacks were Saudi nationals, and yet, Saudi Arabia isn't on the ban list.
One could argue that Saudi Arabia doesn't have a refugee crisis, yet the ban isn't limited to refugees and is based on nationality.
With so many unanswered questions regarding the true nature of the "Muslim ban", it's no surprise that conspiracy theories have started to circulate online.
One of those theories is that the 7 countries on the ban list are the 7 remaining countries in the world that don't have an IMF/Rothschild Central Bank, like the image below attempts to depict:
The suggestion from this theory is that Donald Trump is working with the Rothschild family in a bid to install the International Monetary Fund in each country on the list and eventually control the Middle East.
Whilst the Rothschild, or the International Monetary Fund, conspiracy to control the World's banks is up for debate, however, the above map highlighting the countries of Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen as “the final remaining countries without an IMF/Rothschild bank” is incorrect.
As Skeptoid points out, a similar meme made the rounds in 2014. It reads:
“There are only 9 countries in the world without a Rothschild Central Bank: Russia, China, Iceland, Cuba, Syria, Iran, Venezuela, North Korea, Hungary. Isn’t it funny that we are always at war with these countries?”
There are other lists of similar countries every time, but the name “Rothschild” is always used. Mayer Amschel Rothschild, considered the “founding father of finance,” was a German Jewish banker and the founder of the Rothschild “banking dynasty.” Conspiracy theorists claim that the dynasty owns these banks.
The list contradicts what is being claimed in the circulating meme regarding the Muslim ban. Noticeably absent from alleged Rothschild control is North Korea, Russia, and Syria.
However, six of the seven countries that are part of the refugee ban are the same ones retired General of the United States Army Wesley Clark said the U.S. planned to destroy in 2007. Lebanon has been exchanged for Yemen.
Clark says in the video that the war is for oil and will end with taking on Iran.
In a Reddit thread titled “Let me get this straight…the US government started a 16+ year multi-part war in the Middle East and is now trying to guilt people into accepting refugees from the same wars they caused instead of fixing the countries they f**cked up…?” Redditor runtyrobot writes:
1. War is money. A lot of money.
2. To start a war, you need public acceptance to a certain extent. Not 100%, not even 50%. But you need some public backing.
3. First, you need an enemy; Employing/recruiting highly educated people to recruit and rally the less educated, fueling their religious belief. (ie. [leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr al] al-Baghdadi holds a doctorate in education). Effectively creating an enemy to fear – the terrorists. Because just like when the Commies were propagandized – they’re posed as the enemy that would kill and harm everyone, not just combatants. Even you.
4. Empowering the image of the enemy – making them feared; Organize terror attacks to prove the above statement – enforcing the image of the enemy, fueling the public fear. Because no matter how you twist and turn it – terror works.
5. You now have the grounds for war – and earning mountains and mountains of money.
6. Maintaining the war; The war will create refugees – it’s only natural. Mostly ordinary people trying to get themselves and their families to safety – and possibly lead a new life.
7. Overstate the refugee problem in the media – creating a false narrative, exaggerating the problem – and even a narrative of them being protected by liberals – and stories of stories being suppressed.
8. Rising demand amongst the population to send the refugees home – mostly due to the narratives. Slowly sway the general political orientation of the population to a more nationalistic view, again by media narrative.
9. The rising demand to send the refugees home puts a wanted pressure on the government to solve the problem by sending them home. But they can’t be sent home to a destabilized region – so we need to stabilize it; more war.
As for why Trump left countries like Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt off the list, it’s known and documented. According to New York Daily News, “Trump’s sprawling business empire — which he has refused to rescind ownership of — holds multi-million dollar licensing and development deals in all of those countries.”
All three of those countries have been the nationalities of the people behind the majority of terrorist attacks on the United States, according to Al Jazeera.