ather few will know an opera by Richard Strauss named Arabella
, which was first performed in 1933 in Dresden, Germany. The story is about two sisters of marriageable age and in search of noble husbands, finding themselves realizing that their chosen men are not really paying attention to them. Therefore, one sister secretly begins to write love letters in the name of her sister, leading to much confusion but ultimately to a happy ending.
Such an Arabella advice no longer seems to be reduced to the stage of a theater, because an extensive, dark network for left-wing political causes
was exposed in early 2019. Rarely has such an extensive network been exposed like that of an organisation called Arabella Advisors
, headquartered in Washington, DC.
The organisation manages the four non-profits New Venture Fund
, Sixteen Thirty Fund
, Hopewell Fund
and Windward Fund
. From 2013 until 2017, Arabella Advisors reported revenues of around $1.6 billion US Dollars. The company claims to have carried out projects with assets of more than $100 billion (not million) US Dollars since 2005.
The list of Arabella Advisors sponsored sub-organizations is long. Insiders will recognize the one or other name. Some of the supported subgroups are utilized to terrorise conservative journalists in the US, to organize counter-demonstrations for any imaginable conservative event, and also to bully individuals.
A few of the supported groups work closely with the mainstream media, church organisations are part of it as well. In 2014, Arabella Advisors was able to have 4,000 criminals released from prisons in California. A list of Arabella Advisor's
directly or indirectly supported organisations include:
Donor recipients and/or grantees are (directly and indirectly):
Bread for the World
Battle Born Progress
Church World Service
German Marshall Fund of the USA
Open Society Foundation
Arabella Advisors is also indrectly connected via the Sixteen Thirty Fund to only nine employees counting Center for Community Action
, which directly supports the Tides Foundation
. Tides Foundation in turn is connected to an organisation with the name Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR).
CAIR is a group worth investigating since it has ties to the Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood, as described in the following video:
Hillary Clinton had also supported the above mentioned 'Center for Community Action' with $1.75 million in 2016 via her organisation Priorities USA
in order to influence the latino vote. George Soros' Open Society Foundation added another $1.5 million back then as well.
The Atlantic Philantropies
fund was also part of the campaign in 2016, an organisation that had spend over $8 billions (not million) since it's foundation for left-wing causes in the USA, Australia, Bermuda, Cuba, South-Africa, Vietnam, and also for Northern Ireland and Ireland, in the latter country mainly in order to promote gay marriage.
Germany has a geographical connection to the name Arabella as well, which is probably more coincidential than intended. Munich has an Arabella-Park nearby the Sheraton Hotel. The Clinton's were enjoying Munich as well during their Octoberfest visit in 2018
, where they met with royal family members from Germany and the UK - and also with the Rothschilds.
Estimated wealth of the Rothschild family: $2 trillion ($2,000,000,000,000)
$1 million per day
One can only speculate about the degree of influence the Rothschild's impose on politics and society, some claim the wealth of the family to exceed $2 trillion US Dollars
, an almost breathtakingly large sum. If someone would receive every single day (not week or month) $1 million US Dollars since the cruzification of Christ at around the year 30 until today in the year 2019, this person would have been able to receive only a little more than one-third of the $2 trillion so far.
Incidentally, the very first Octoberfest in Munich was once a celebration of the newly wed Bavarian king and his princess. Just like in Richard Strauss' opera Arabella, where the two noble daughters were married as well in the end.
Did they live happily ever after ?