Sir Len Blavatnik and Lord Rothschild
Think of knights and you may think of Sir Jimmy Savile, Sir Leon Brittan or Sir Len Blavatnik.
The newly knighted Sir Len Blavatnik was a very close friend of the late ‘Rothschild agent’ Sir George Weidenfield.
Weidenfeld worked as Chaim Weizmann’s chief of cabinet.
Weidenfield was friends with Helmut Kohl, Angela Merkel, Prince Charles, George Osborne and Michael Gove.
Weidenfeld was in Bilderberg.
After the fall of communism he was able to buy up companies in Russia very cheaply.
On 6 January 2009, the U.S. operations of Blavatnik’s LyondellBasell Industries filed for bankruptcy.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) was owed $3.47 billion by LyondellBasell Industries.
“Of the £2.5 billion loaned to Leonid Blavatnik, the bank has suggested that it might write-off as much as £1 billion.”
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It is said that people like Blatnavik (above) and Abramovich are nothing more then FRONTS for other Jews like the Rothschilds.
Leonard Blavatnik was born in the Ukraine, when it was part of Russia.
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Blavatnik has links to Chabad
At the start of World War II, George Weidenfeld (above), an Austrian Jew, went to work for the BBC.
George Weidenfeld was a friend of Flora Solomon, the daughter of the Jewish Russian gold tycoon Grigori Benenson, related to the Rothschild family.
After the war, Flora Solomon got George Weidenfeld a job with Chaim Weizmann.
In 1949, George Weidenfeld was the political adviser and Chief of Cabinet for Chaim Weizmann (above), the first President of Israel.
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At one time Weidenfeld shared a flat with the gay Cyril Connolly.
George Weidenfeld and his gay friend Nigel Nicolson founded the publishers Weidenfeld & Nicolson in 1948.
Hitler’s former finance minister Hjalmar Schacht was one of Weidenfeld’s authors.
Weidenfeld published the memoirs of U.S. president L.B. Johnson, Henry Kissinger.
Weidenfeld’s parties in London were attended by such people as Henry Kissinger.