Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Rudolph Diesel

(March 18, 1858 – last seen alive September 29, 1913)

"Rudolph Diesel invented an engine which bears his name, which was demonstrated to run on vegetable oil, so impressed were the British government that he was invited across to Britain to sell us his engines, for updating the fleet, this would give badly needed work and prosperity to Britain’s farmers, and land workers, producing vegetables for fuel.

Strangely, for a man who was about to become filthy rich, the history books say Rudolph Diesel jumped over board on the crossing and drowned. Co-incidentally of course, Rothschild, whose banks became rich loaning for Britain’s wars, put his agent Winston Churchill, into the admiralty as first sea lord, to lobby for the new middle east oil based engines, which would run on oil he supplied, the purchase of the new engines would be also bought with Rothschild loans"

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