5 Most Powerful Families That Secretly Control The World

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Where there is money, there is power and where there is power, there’s pretty much everything. Here we bring to you the five most powerful families in the world which many believe, secretly run the world.
 

The first in the list would be the Rothschild family.

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It is believed that they secretly fund every organization ever.

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Next comes the Rockfeller family.

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Among other things, some also accuse the Rockfellers for 9/11.

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The Du Pont family also makes it to this list.

The Du Pont brothers. (Felix/Irenee/Lammot/Pierre). The ammunition manufacturers  in Washington. USA. Photograph. 1932. (Photo by Imagno/Getty Images) Gebrüder Du Pont. (Felix/Irenee/Lammot/Pierre). Die Munitionsfabrikanten sagen vor dem Senat in Washington aus. USA. Photographie. 1932.
The Du Pont brothers. (Felix/Irenee/Lammot/Pierre). The ammunition manufacturers in Washington. USA. Photograph. 1932. (Photo by Imagno/Getty Images) Gebrüder Du Pont. (Felix/Irenee/Lammot/Pierre). Die Munitionsfabrikanten sagen vor dem Senat in Washington aus. USA. Photographie. 1932.

 

It is believed that the Du Ponts are secret members of Illuminati.

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Next comes the Morgan family.

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Since the Morgans control the major bank of America, they also control the oil.

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And then comes the Bush family.

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They actually controlled America and brought about wars, so we know what they’re capable of.

Image #: 2625014    Former President George H.W. Bush, U.S. President George W. Bush, and Governor Jeb Bush, leave together after the christening ceremony of the USS George H.W. Bush at Northrop-Grumman's shipyard in Newport News, Virginia October 7, 2006. The Navy's Nimitz-class aircraft carrier is scheduled to enter service in late 2008.   REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque /Landov
Image #: 2625014 Former President George H.W. Bush, U.S. President George W. Bush, and Governor Jeb Bush, leave together after the christening ceremony of the USS George H.W. Bush at Northrop-Grumman’s shipyard in Newport News, Virginia October 7, 2006. The Navy’s Nimitz-class aircraft carrier is scheduled to enter service in late 2008. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque /Landov

 

Here is a video about these families.

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