The Anglo-Venetian Empire's Rothschilds Run Spanish Banking
February 22, 2010 • 9:55AM

The Rothschild banking family, one of the top financial warfare and looting operations of the Anglo-Venetian oligarchic slime mold, controls at least the top two Spanish banks, Banco Santander and Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA). Banco Santander is a member of the Rothschild-controlled Inter-Alpha Group of banks, which is led by the Royal Bank of Scotland, and includes leading banks in Italy, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Scandinavia, Greece, Ireland, and Portugal. From 1986 to 1998, BBVA's predecessor, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya, was the Spanish member of the Inter-Alpha Group, but it left in 1998, paving the way for Banco Santander to take its place. Both Banco Santander and BBVA have extensive operations in Ibero-America, serving as vehicles for imperial looting.

Banco Santander was a Rothschild bank from its beginning in 1857, with one of its six founders being the son of the Rothschild agent in the city of Santander. The Botin family, which runs the bank today, married into the family of this Rothschild agent. There has been much speculation over the years as to how the Botins manage to maintain control of the bank while owning such a small amount of its stock, but the answer is simple. Sometimes, it is not what you own, but what owns you, that is the determining factor. In this case, the Botins are controlled by the Rothschilds, making them little more than puppets of the empire.