The Mysterious Madame Rothschild: A Case of Bogus Anti-Semitism

Lasha Darkmoon has been duped and made to look a fool by a husband-and-wife team of Zionist trolls. At least that’s what she thinks. Is she right or wrong? 

We have received hate mail and death threats from a Zionist troll called “Aavi Kastner”, probably a false name. We have reason to believe that his partner in deception is the writer Ellie K, aka “Madame Rothschild”, whose articles we have published on our website in good faith—under the pen name of Ellie Katsnelson.  We have been guilty of a serious error of judgement. For this we apologize.

— John Scott Montecristo, Editor 

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. . . by Lasha Darkmoon

THE GLAMOROUS MADAME ROTHSCHILD — OR RATHER THE AVATAR I CHOSE FOR HER
THE GLAMOROUS MADAME ROTHSCHILD — OR RATHER THE AVATAR I CHOSE FOR HER

I have finally reached the sad conclusion, after much soul-searching, that the beautiful woman known as “Madame Rothschild”, whose articles we have been publishing on our site, is a fictitious character. She does not exist. She is a figment of the Jewish imagination, a cartoon character created by some unknown entity employed by organized Jewry.

Her anti-Semitism is so strident, so extreme, so over-the-top that it is almost laughable: a parody of anti-Semitism that only a clever Jew would be capable of creating. Read More