Basil Zaharoff – A Name You Should Know

henrymakow.com — Oct 29, 2014

Basil Zaharoff displays the Knight Grand Cross of the Bath which he received in 1919 for selling the munitions that killed 10 million goyim on both sides in WW1. Click to enlarge

Basil Zaharoff displays the Knight Grand Cross of the Bath which he received in 1919 for selling the munitions that killed 10 million goyim on both sides in WW1. Click to enlarge

Basil Zaharoff, 1849-1936, a Director of Rothschild-owned Vickers that produced guns and armaments in two world wars. “The Zaharoff System” involved selling arms to both sides in a conflict and even instigating conflicts.
Below are two short accounts of the man.

by Eustace Mullins — (From New History of the Jews, pp. 92-95)

During the late 19th century, the Jews realized with growing excitement that the moment was approaching to set up their world empire. Jewish international bankers controlled all of the governments of Europe, and they needed only to wreak further havoc on the gentiles before conquering Palestine, for it was their superstition that they could not rule the world until they owned the little patch of desert where they had started out as bandits five thousand years ago.
A typically prominent Jew during this period was Basil Zaharoff, who for fifty years was known as the “Mystery Man of Europe.” He is credited with having started many small wars and to have played the leading role in setting off World War I. There was never any real mystery about Zaharoff. His biographers state that he was born Manel Sahar, of Russian Jewish parentage, in the ghetto of Wilkomir, Russia. His parents moved to Constantinople when he was four years old, and at the age of six, he became a brothel tout, leading tourists to houses of prostitution. As a young man, he was a well-known pimp in Constantinople, and at the age of twenty-four, he fled to Athens after murdering a sailor on the docks during a robbery.
After eking out a dishonest living in Athens for several years, Zaharoff became an armaments salesman for the firm of Maxim Nordenfeldt. The transition from pimp to salesman was a simple one, for government contracts were customarily arranged by furnishing beautiful prostitutes to the contracting officer. Through his talents for pimping and blackmail, Zaharoff was extraordinarily successful at persuading governments to buy his wares, and he soon became a millionaire.
He spent many thousands of dollars to erase his criminal record, but in 1911, his past was revealed when his son, Haim Sahar, a Jew living in Birmingham, England, sued him for part of his fortune. Although Haim proved that he was Zaharoffs son, he got nothing from Zaharoff, who by this time had amassed a fortune of one hundred million dollars.

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