(Jerusalem Post) During a recent conservative news podcast called And We Know, a Fox Nation presenter Lara Logan suggested that Charles Darwin was paid by the Rothschild banking dynasty to invent the theory of evolution:
“Does anyone know who employed Darwin? Where does Darwinism come from?” Logan asked. “Look it up. The Rothschilds.”
“I’m just saying Darwin was hired by someone to come up with a theory based on evidence,” she added before saying that evolution is a chicken or egg debate and cannot be answered scientifically.
The Rothschilds were a prominent wealthy Jewish family who gained their wealth in the late 18th century. Due to its great wealth, the family has featured heavily in antisemitic conspiracy theories about Jews taking over the world based partly on stereotypes of Jews’ relationship with money.
This is not the first time Logan has engaged in antisemitic conspiracy theories and comments. In November, she compared Dr. Anthony Fauci to the Nazi doctor Josef Mengele who conducted horrific experiments on Jews in the concentration camps during a segment on Fox News.
Following these comments, Logan’s talent agency made the decision to stop working with her. Over the following month, Logan boosted attacks on Holocaust remembrance groups that criticized her comments on social media.
Aside from antisemitism, Logan has also been spreading Russian propaganda since it invaded Ukraine, blaming the invasion on Ukraine and claiming that Russian President Vladimir Putin is the “man standing between us and the New World Order.”
Of course, Lara Logan never mentioned that the Rothschilds are Jewish — so to suggest that her comment is an “antisemitic conspiracy theory” is a classic example of “begging the question.”
After all, why would Jews immediately assume that the Rothschild’s “Jewishness” had anything to do with their interest in funding research to prove the validity of evolution?
Do Jews benefit from the promotion of the theory of evolution?
Cui bono? Interestingly, the Wikipedia entry for “Cui bono” mentions the possibility of “scapegoating” when asking “cui bono?” In other words, even to ask “cui bono?” has become an anti-Semitic dog whistle.
It’s also interesting to note that one of the most prominent and credible “anti-Semites” is professor Kevin MacDonald — who explains inordinate Jewish power as the result of an in-group evolutionary survival strategy.
But the problem with Lara Logan’s “conspiracy theory” is that the theory of evolution did not originate with Charles Darwin.
The theory of evolution figures prominently in the philosophy underlying Freemasonry.
Coming from the wealthy Darwin-Wedgewood family, Charles Darwin would have had no need to take Rothschild money to invent his theory — his own family financed his studies and research.
One thing the Darwin-Wedgwood family and the Rothschilds have in common is that both families are highly inbred — by their own admission, that’s how the Rothschilds kept their fortune “in the family.”
That said, the Rothschilds do control Freemasonry — through the Illuminati — and these secret societies use their enormous influence to heavily promote evolution in every aspect of society — schools, television, especially children’s nature shows.
And, of course, the Protocols Of The Learned Elders Of Zion state that the Jews would intentionally promote theories such as evolution that they knew were not true — in order to destroy our faith in God and justify Jewish domination of our nations.
Any western nation that refuses to be ruled by Christ is destined to be ruled by the Jews.
So while the Rothschilds didn’t necessarily directly fund Darwin’s theories of evolution — they most certainly have promoted this theory to consolidate their power over every aspect of our nations and personal lives.