In terms of property size, the sale of the 143-year old Rothschild Langau Hunting Estate in Austria last week was one of the largest ever. By Rothschild standards, the sales price of €90 million (about $112 million USD) is probably chump change. However for the local agent who brokered the deal, it was the single most expensive transaction he has ever handled.
The entire transaction probably would not have raised many eyebrows outside the nearby town of Gaming, Austria had not the famous bankster family name been attached to it. Well, that, and the fact that the shadowy "Q" persona of the Trump administration also saw fit to mention it along with derogatory references to loveless marriages amid Clintons and Soroses.
The chat room "Anons" at Youtube were quick to recognize the dropped hint shown above as being related to this barely-reported story. Even Jerome Corsi had not heard about the sale until the #CBTS sleuths clamored to connect the dots. We are still puzzled about the reference by #Q to the "Black Forest."
The fabled Black Forest of our childhood Brothers Grimm fairytales and impish legends is actually located in southwest Germany, not Austria. Still, with GPS coordinates of 47 degrees North, 15 degrees East, the former Rothschild forest is found just slightly southeast of the real Black Forest whose coords hail from 48-North, 8-East. Perhaps #Q had another intent of his cryptic "Black Forest" label of the sale of this likely little-used Rothschild "hunting lodge".
The fact that #Q posted his message in reply to an 8chan message that incorporated an embedded image suggesting black magic did little to dispel the mystery of #Q's follow-up reply. Nevertheless, a bit of honest internet digging revealed the likely profit-taking motivation behind the sale. And, no, the Rothschilds are not going bankrupt. And, no, they're not hiding assets as an act of self-preservation in advance of being arrested for human trafficking. As W. The Intelligence Insider has commented often during the past few months, we are witnessing an inter-bankster gang war and resultant corporate consolidation of the best and the brightest as a new phoenix rises in the shape of the New World Order.
This simple sale of 13,000 acres of woodlands may in fact be signaling that this branch of the Rothschilds definitely has at least one visible, vested interest in the EurAsian Belt & Road initiative. There's going to be an awful lot of shipping containers traversing those new overland trade routes.
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The actual Rothschild family members who sold the property are American citizens who are the last surviving grandchildren of the famous Austrian patriarch, Baron Alphonse de Rothschild. Nancy Clarice Hoguet Tilghman and Geoffrey R. Hoguet were the selling principals of the transaction.
Nancy is married and works as an independent blogger for MSM outlets such as the NY Times, HuffPo, and everybody's favorite #FakeNews source, CNN. She is also a board member of the Council on Foreign Relations. We should probably file away Nancy's connections to both CNN and the CFR on the back burner for later use.
Her brother, Geoffrey Hoguet, divides his time among various interests and is deeply entrenched in real estate and investment management. He also serves as Director of the Hastings Center [linked here], an organization that ties him to current policy-making initiatives in the field of bioethics. Let's file that data point on the back burner as well.
The buyer of the property is named by Bloomberg.com as the Prinzhorn "family." This family runs a mega paper products company in Austria named Prinzhorn Holding [linked here]. My guess is that the purchase of the 13,000-acre family forest was an important puzzle piece in an ambitious investment endeavor that the Prinzhorns are making in Turkey.
Back on September 13, 2017 the deal was inked between the Prinzhorns and the Turkish Investment Agency to build Turkey's third paper mill and have it up and running by the year 2020. Cord Prinzhorn (yes, "Cord," as in "cord of wood," I suppose) issued this statement in the company's official press release [linked here]:
Turkey is an important market for us and this investment shows our strong commitment to this fast growing region. If all relevant factors, such as governmental permissions and political stability, show a green light we are happy to proceed with the next project steps.
Ah, and there's your clue. "If all relevant factors, such as governmental permissions and political stability, show a green light...." Nobody can guarantee political stability, or instability, better than a puppet master bankster. Owning 13,000 acres' worth of forest probably didn't hurt either. My next guess is that the Rothschild grandchildren have worked out some kind of compensation clause based on future Turkish paper mill earnings as they let go of the cherished family property.
No doubt other branches of the Rothschild families are likely positioned full-steam ahead in the new multi-polar Silk Road. If that's so, then it's no wonder that George Soros and his web of would-be governmental destabilizers and Fethullah Gülen ne'er-do-wells are no longer welcome in central Europe. It's time to get on with business.