The German Bankers who Helped Spain Conquer the Americas and Poison the Poor | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

The German Bankers who Helped Spain Conquer the Americas and Poison the Poor

From the late 1400’s to the early 1600’s, a German banking family influenced world events and quietly ruled over an extremely influential role in history. The Fuggers of Augsburg were among Europe’s leading merchant-bankers as they were called, combining financial services with long distance trade.

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"er"

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any last name ending in "er" denotes a "function", i.e. a job he was doing at the time.
this family was "given" a name by someone, usually the chief of the palace market grounds, when in fact he either really didn't have any, or it was unpronounceable.
Most probably another eastern european inbred khazar gypsy for whom stealing is *just another job*.

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