Optimism about Black Friday is said to have pushed up the stock price of Amazon – and the fortune of its founder, Jeff Bezos to over $100 billion, making him the second person in history to amass a fortune with so many dollar digits and giving him the title of the World’s Richest Man.
Or is he?
Sean at the SGTReport says that inflation is why it looks that way and it’s clear to him that members of the Rothschild family, with multi-generational earnings from controlling the world’s central banks, the diamond mines and the planetary gold reserves are surely under reporting their wealth.
Is it even feasible that Jacob Rothschild, the eldest son of Victor the 3rd Baron Rothschild can only be worth $5 billion, as stated in Wikipedia – just 5% of the net worth of a self-made American whose holdings were acquired over the past two decades?
It’s a nice idea that the richest man in the world started with nothing, as the adopted son of a Cuban refugee – and Jeff Bezos’ rise is in every way a remarkable, “only-in-America” kind of story – but to call him the richest man in the world is false.