ENGLAND BUILDING TO THE EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS IN 1290 CE

ENGLAND BUILDING TO THE EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS IN 1290 CE

It was not about religion, it was about usury debt slavery and nothing else.

ENGLAND BUILDING TO THE MOST COMPLETE EXPULSION OF USURY IN 1290 CE

600 CE-1065 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — During the Early Middle Ages the British Isles was not populated by Jews until 1066 CE and William the Conquer. Some argue a small nucleus of Jews came into England during the Roman period doing commercial activities. There is slender evidence to support this and there is no validity to the Liber Poenitentialis ascribed to Archbishop Theodore of Canterbury in 669 CE.

669 CE-690 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Theodore of Tarsus (602 CE-690 CE) was Archbishop of Canterbury from 669 CE to 690 CE, and is best known for his reform of the English Church and establishment of a school in Canterbury. Of interest is the text, attributed to Theodore, called Laterculus Malalianus found in 1990 CE that covers his Theodore’s trans-Mediterranean formation and a record of the teaching of Theodore and Adrian. Theodore was of Byzantine Greek descent, born in Tarsus in Cilicia, a Greek-speaking diocese of the Byzantine Empire. Theodore experienced Persian and Syrian cultures. In 637 CE Tarsus was under Persian rule and saw the Muslim conquests which would certainly have driven Theodore from Tarsus if he did not leave earlier. By 660s CE Theodore had travelled west to Rome, where he lived with a community of Eastern monks. In 667 CE Theodore was 66 and was chosen to go to Canterbury and Theodore was consecrated archbishop of Canterbury in Rome in 668 CE was sent to England arriving in 669 CE. He proposed dividing the large diocese of Northumbria into smaller sections, a policy which brought him into conflict with Wilfrid, who had become Bishop of York in 664 CE. Theodore deposed and expelled Wilfrid in 678 CE, dividing his dioceses in the aftermath. The conflict with Wilfrid continued until its settlement in 687 CE. Theodore died in 690 CE at the age of 88, having held the archbishopric for twenty-two years and was buried in Canterbury at the church.

1066 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Jews came into England with William the Conqueror, sponsored by the Venetian Black Nobility Banksters.

1066 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — William III allowed Jews to settle in some numbers in the continental possessions of William the Conqueror’s Norman Conquest. The Jews that moved into England possessed a remarkable homogeneity from Netherlands and Northern France, being composed almost entirely of usury interest financiers and their dependents. These banksters were under royal control. A few other usury financiers came from Germany, Italy, and Spain. By 1150 CE communities of usury Ashkenazi financiers were in most of the greater cities of the England. But the London community was always the largest and most important. No Ashkenazi communities were found west of Exeter or north of York. The Jews were treated tolerantly by the Norman monarchs. Under Henry I (1100-1135), a lost charter of liberties may have been granted to the Ashkenazis. But in 1130 CE the Ashkenazis of London were charged a fine as usury became a problem to many people. Besides the usury or because of the usury interest debt slavery many English found excuses to get back at these usurers with not just complaints about Debt Slavery but also expressing concern that English children were disappearing due to Ashkenazi rituals in places like Norwich in 1144 CE, Gloucester in 1168 CE, Bury St. Edmunds in 1181 CE, Bristol 1183 CE, and Winchester 1192 CE. All during this time the Ashkenazis became swelled with Usury wealth and the Ashkenazi community grew in numbers. The usury was happily recognized and exploited by the Crown.

1075 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Pope Gregory VII prohibited the church from giving honors to lay people like Nobles or Kings, holding the Church was independent of the state. This caused a long struggle that included open conflict with Canterbury when Henry I assumed the throne. It was finally agreed that Henry could observe the selection of bishops, without interference. This accord was extended to all of Europe by 1122 CE in the Concordat of Worms.

1093 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — King William II of England, son of William the Conqueror issued a charter while fearing death from his illness. The lost text is believed to have freed prisoners, forgiven debts, and assured that holy and good laws would be maintained. But whatever promises William made, he quickly broke after he recovered his health.

1096 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Robert of Normandy for the First Crusade. Henry swore fealty to William and was released from prison. Henry took over Normandy in Robert’s absence. Ironically William was killed in a hunting accident in 1100 CE with Henry present. With William dead and Robert absent, Henry claimed the English crown. Henry was immediately faced with three political problems. #1 The Barons refused to accept him. #2 Antagonism from the Church, especially Archbishop of Canterbury. #3 Anglo-Saxon population was not receptive to Henry as king. Henry made concessions to the Church, reconciled with Canterbury, and married Edith, the daughter of Scottish King of mixed Anglo-Scots heritage.

1100 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Charter of Liberties written by William Penn was also called the Coronation Charter, which became a proclamation by Henry I of England, when he took the throne. Henry negotiated 14 Declarations in The Charter of Liberties with the leading barons and earls, making various concessions to them. When all sides were agreed, the agreement was issued as the Charter of Liberties. Henry I of England was forced to make concessions to the barons. It defined how to treat nobles, church officials, and Ashkenazi usurers. The promises made in the Charter could not be enforced. There is ample evidence that Henry I ignored them. Ashkenazis today like Pollach considered it a landmark document in English legal history and the forerunner of Magna Carta. The document addressed abuses by William the Conqueror by overtaxing the barons, the abuse of vacant sees, and the practices of simony or the buying or selling of privileges and pardons from crimes and pluralism or practice of holding more than one office at a time. This Charter of Liberties was generally ignored by monarchs, until in 1213 CE when the nobles finally realized their liberties had been guaranteed over a century earlier. Henry was well-educated, being able to read and write Latin, and possessed knowledge of English law and natural history. He had received 5,000 pounds of silver from his father, but no land holdings. He used this to purchase a district in the Cotentin Peninsula in Normandy. Bankster led political intrigues occurred in France, which led to the imprisonment of Henry for two years by his brother William II, then King of England. Here are 11 of the 14 declarations — #1 King of England shall not take or sell any property from a Church upon the death of a bishop. #2 If any baron or earl dies, his heirs shall betroth his daughter or other women kinsfolk in marriage should consult me first, but I will not stand in the way of any prudent marriage. Any widow who wishes to remarry should consult with me, but I shall abide by the wishes of her close relatives. #3 Any wife of my barons, who becomes a widow shall not be denied her dowry and should be allowed to remarry according to her wishes. Barons overseeing the children of a dead baron shall maintain their land and interest in a lawful manner. #4 King shall cancel all debts and pleas which were owing to my brother, except those which were lawfully made through an inheritance. #5 If any of my barons should grow feeble, and give away money or other possessions, these shall be honored, so long as the heirs are properly remembered. #6 If any of my barons commit a crime, he shall not bind himself to the crown with a payment, but shall stand for the crime as was custom and law. Anyone guilty of treachery or other heinous crime shall make proper amends. I forgive all murders committed before I was crowned. Subsequent murders shall stand before the justice of the Crown. #7 With the common consent of my barons, I shall maintain all the forests. #8 Those knights who render military service and horses shall not be required to give grain or other farm goods to me. #9 I impose a strict peace on the land and command it be maintained. #10 I restore the law of King Edward and the amendments which my father introduced upon the advice of his barons. #11 Anything taken from me after the death of my father shall be returned immediately, without fine. If it is not returned, a heavy fine shall be enforced. The 1100 CE Charter of Liberties was a believed by some as a precedent for Magna Carta (Great Charter) of 1215 CE, at the end of the reign of John of England.

1100s CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — BENJAMIN OF CAMBRIDGE wrote a lot of Talmudic views. He is identified as “Magister Benjamin” of Cambridge, in English records, who maintained the local synagogue.

1120 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — The drowning of Henry’s son, William, in the loss of the White Ship led to the end of the Norman dynasty. Stephen of England claimed the throne in 1135 CE. He was the last Norman king. Stephen’s conflict with Henry’s daughter Matilda led to The Anarchy, a civil war in England and Normandy between 1135 CE and 1153 CE, which resulted in a widespread breakdown in law and order. Henry’s attempts to install his daughter, the Empress Matilda, as his successor were unsuccessful and on Henry’s death in 1135, his nephew Stephen of Blois seized the throne with the help of Stephen’s brother. Stephen’s early reign was marked by fierce fighting with English barons, rebellious Welsh leaders and Scottish invaders. Following a major rebellion in the south-west of England, Matilda invaded in 1139 CE with the help of her half-brother, Robert of Gloucester and the Empress came to control the south-west of England and much of the Thames Valley, while Stephen remained in control of the south-east. In 1141 CE Stephen was captured in the Battle of Lincoln, causing a collapse in his authority over most of the country. But on the verge of being crowned queen, Empress Matilda was forced to retreat from London by hostile crowds. Her cohort Robert of Gloucester was captured and swapped for Stephen. In 1142 CE Stephen almost seized Matilda during the siege of Oxford, but the Empress escaped from Oxford Castle across the frozen River Thames to safety. In the following years Matilda’s husband, Geoffrey, conquered Normandy, but in England neither side could achieve victory. During these years of civil war Rebel barons began to acquire ever greater power in northern England and in East Anglia, with widespread devastation in the regions of major fighting. By the early 1150s CE the barons and the Church mostly wanted a long-term peace. By 1153 CE neither faction’s forces were keen to fight and Stephen agreed a negotiated peace, the Treaty of Winchester, in which Stephen recognised Mitilda’s son Henry as his heir. Stephen died the next year and Henry ascended the throne as Henry II, the first Angevin king of England, beginning a long period of reconstruction. Historians called the conflict “the Anarchy” because of the chaos.

1135 CE-1154 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — The Charter by Stephen led to an obscure decree of Stephen called the statutum decretum that established where if there was no son, daughters would inherit. This was remarkable in its day, and pre-dated the reforms of Henry II of England. Henry legislated against theft, restored capital punishment (which had been suspended for a great many crimes by William II), and harshly treated usurers who did rapacious exactions of his courtiers. He made his roving court and army the terror of every neighborhood. The government of Henry I was called effective and Stephen was not up to it. So Henry 1’s death was viewed as a great tragedy for several centuries. They called Henry I a good man and were in great awe of him. No fighting and crime in his time. He made peace for man and beast. During the reign of Stephen, Henry I came to be known as the “Lion of Justice”.

1144 CE-1190 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Many English found excuses to get back at Ashkenazi usurers with not just complaints about Debt Slavery but also expessing extreme concern that English children were disappearing due to Ashkenazi rituals in places like Norwich in 1144 CE, Gloucester in 1168 CE, Bury St. Edmunds in 1181 CE, Bristol 1183 CE, and Winchester 1190s CE. All during this time the Ashkenazis swelled up with Usury wealth and the Ashkenazi community grew in numbers as Debt Slavery became a large problem. But as today, the usury was happily recognized and exploited by the Crown.

1168 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Henry II sees the usury wealth swelling up among the Ashkenazis and imposed a Tax on Ashkenazis to regain some of this lost wealth. In 1188 CE a tax of 25% of the value of Ashkenazis Usurers movable property was levied in London. The recapture of this usury almost matched the taxes collected on all Non-Usurers. As a means to reduce criticism and also gain favor the richest Ashkenazi Aaron of Lincoln (1125 CE-1186 CE) donated to English monasteries and abbeys, in addition to his normal donations to Ahekenazi synagogues and schools. On his death, the government took his property and credits handled by the Exchequer and a special department was set up to manage all his usury wealth. In 1100s CE Jewish communities were found in around 30 cities in England.

1189 CE-1190 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Reorganization of English Ashkenazi usurers was ordered by King Richard I in light of the massacres of Jews that took place shortly after his coronation. The angry Debt Slave mobs burned usury loan documents resulted in a heavy loss of Crown revenue, since almost 50% of taxes came from usurious Ashkenazis. So what did Richard do? Yes records were destroyed by angry mobs so the Royals simply started keeping duplicate records for every usurious loan run by the government and that is why today every mortgage loan goes through escrow. This was the Royals safeguard in case of future disorder and document destruction.

1189 CE-1190 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Under King Richard I Crusade fanaticism was felt across Europe and England. There was a large backlash against Debt Slavery caused by Usury Interest loans doled out be Ashkenazis that were bloated with wealth from past usury and always had more money to loan. At King Richard’s coronation, a riot began at the doors of Westminster Hall, which ended in the sack of London’s Ashkenazi usurers and some were murdered and similar events were happening throughout Europe and England. The leaders the Barons that became Debt Slaves to the Ashkenazis.

1194 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Ashkenazis bailed out Richard I from prison with a large bribe that Richard I more than repaid. A group were summoned to gather a levy of 5,000 marks for ransoming Richard I from captivity. Ashkenazis had been expelled from Northamptonshire in 1237 CE, but some were allowed to remain in Northampton as converts. In 1263 CE these usurers were attacked by the angry debt save barons and they took refuge in the castle. The angry barons wanted these usury Ashkenazis out so badly they used any excuse. In 1277 CE like in so may parts of England a young child went missing and it was suspected that it was a ritual murder by the Ashkenazis and several locals were executed in London in 1278 CE for coin-clipping. The small Ashkenazi community continued in existence until the expulsion of 1290 CE. Isaac b. Perez of Northampton, England was from Spain and was a leader of a very small community of Ashkenazis with a small congregation with possibly some Semite Jews. As of 1969 CE approximately 300 Ashkenazis live in a small community.

1194 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Debt Relief losses for the state led to the “Ordinance of the Jewry” when financial institutions were founded. All over England the angry debt slaves burned the usury loan documents of the Ashkenazis. The Crown, which now got almost 50% of its revenue from taxing the Ashkenazi USURERS suffered losses like the usurers themselves with the destruction of parasitic Ashkenazis Debt Slavery wealth. So King Richard I after being bailed out by a ransom paid by. Ashkenazis put in place his repayment to them – the 1194 CE “Ordinance of the Jewry” which ordered duplicates of all loan documents be stored under government control to record all DEBT SLAVERY LOANS and usury terms to Ashkenazis. So destroying the documents in the hands of captured Ashkenazis would be backed up making it extremely difficult or impossible to get out of DEBT SLAVERY. This insured the Royals kept their wealth protected from angry slaves. The royals setup the” Exchequer of the Jews” to manage these duplicates of usury loan documents. These document were safeguarded by official Ashkenazi representative appointed by the Crown. In 1199 CE it was Jacob of London leading this role. Much like today it is Jacob Rothschild Crime MOB that insures safekeeping of usury documents. In the Exchequer, the Jews of England had an organization acting in the royal interest equaled in no other European country. Its records, preserved in unparalleled completeness, yield minute information as to their usury terms and conditions.

1210 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Christian barons who were debt slaves to usury Ashkenazis organize against the Royals who got almost 50% of their Revenues from taxes on Ashkenazi Usury and people were literally dying from poverty from their usury debts.

1215 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — The third Lateran Council: badges and taxes were applied to Ashkenazis.

1216 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — King Henry III came to the throne and confirmed the right of Ashkenazis to live in Worcester.

1222 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Under Henry III the Council of Oxford was in response to the Barons who viewed the Ashkenazis with great distaste for their usury debt slavery and saw that Ashkenazis served as instruments of royal oppression. The Barons led a revolt in London and sacked the Ashkenazis. A clause in the Magna Carta restricted the claims of Ashkenazi creditors against the estates of landowners who had died in their debt. During Henry III, the Ashkenazis resumed some of their usury wealth grab. but this was somewhat controlled by the Council of Oxford in 1222 CE legislation and the Fourth Lateran Council of 1215 CE. In order to help English citizens to identify usury debt slavery was a persons business England required Ashkenazis to wear the small “Jewish Badge”.

1232 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — The Domus Conversorum or House of Converts was a safe place for London Ashkenazis who had converted to Christianity. It was established by Henry III. It provided a communal home and low wages. All Ashkenazis who converted to Christianity were required to forfeit all their possessions. In 1290 CE it became the only way for Jews to remain in England and at that stage there were only eighty residents and by 1356 CE, the last one of these 80 died. Between 1331 CE and 1608 CE, only 48 converts were admitted. It may have shut down in 1609 CE as not records exist after that date. Finally, in 1891 CE it was formally abolished by an act of Parliament. The only a half-dozen Ashkenazis are known to have come to England by 1310 CE and it may have been to negotiate conditions for readmission.

1232 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Henry III enforced tighter usury laws on the Ashkenazis and tried to capture the usury they had extracted. This made it difficult for Ashkenazis specializing in usury to do their normal usury wealth extraction.

1241 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Henry III summoned a “Jewish parliament” in Worcester and Ashkenazis, feeling flattered, gladly accepted the invitation to attend only to discover that the king’s real intention was to assess each community’s ability to pay a larger tax which he had decided to levy on Ashkenazis specializing in Usury loans.

1263 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — During the baronial revolt of Simon de Montfort, the rebel Robert Ferrers, earl of Derby led an attack on Worcester. He allowed his soldiers to sack the city and destroy the Ashkenazi Usurers community.

1272 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — King Edward I became King of England and by this time most taxes were collected from the non-Usury public as high-profile usury was limited. On his marriage in 1275 CE to Eleanor, Edward gave her ‘by way of dower’, the cities of Worcester, Bath and Gloucester together with certain other towns. Edward I issued a writ that no Ashkenazi may dwell or abide in any of the towns which the queen has for her dower, so the Ashkenazis of Worcester were moved to Hereford.

1275 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — Edward I implemented the Statutum de Judaismo against usury interest debt slavery that imposed imprisonments and death penalties on Usury in 1278 CE. The goal was to stop usury and encourage Ashkenazis to try other more productive occupations. They were empowered to engage in commerce and real estate such as renting farms on short leases. A few of the wealthier began to trade in wool and corn (though this was in many cases a mask for money lending). So the Statutum failed to convert most Ashkenazis. Many continued to carry on clandestinely the petty usury prohibited by law.

1278 CE-1289 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — As many Ashkenazis continued their usury loans, widespread arrests of usurer began and Ashkenazis were imprisoned and hanged. Many poverty-stricken non-Usurers ignored the small badges and continued to borrow at high usury rates on the streets to buy food for themselves and their family only to find in the long run they were likely to die in worse poverty and starvation.

1280 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — TOP USURER WAS A RABBI IN LONDON — Elijah Menahem ben Moses (1220 CE–1284 CE) of London, was an English rabbi and usurer-financier. In the records, he was one of the most active English usury debt slaver-financiers. Many nobles, and even members of the royal family, were among his enslaved clients. This made him one of the most loved rabbis of England.

1290 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — The Ashkenazis of Worcester, like all of England, were expelled as it was otherwise impossible to control their usury debt slavery and the public had enough. Finally, Stephen I, under public pressure that was so great to end usury that on July 18, 1290 CE the expulsion decree was signed. On November 1, 1290 CE Ashkenazis fled to Netherlands, France, Flanders (Belgium), and some to Germany. For almost 400 years there were no Ashkenazi usury in England. In history England is the first European Nation to issue the great general expulsion.

1290 CE: ENGLAND BUILDS TO EXPULSION OF USURIOUS ASHKENAZIS — ENGLAND’S EXPULSION OF LOAN SHARKS — In summary, some researchers say all this Usury Crisis was caused by fewer than 4,000 Ashkenazis. Other say more were involved. It is believed these Ashkenazis joined others of their Ashkenazi-Khazar clan to form the financial and political power that resulted in the Rothschilds Crime MOB of Frankfurt, Germany in the 1750s CE. England’s expulsion cleared England of the Ashkenazi usury more completely than was the case in any other European country and for 400 years England was free of Ashkenazi Usury Debt Slavery.

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