France’s Defence Minister, ‘Representative’ of the Edmond de Rothschild Banking Interests

ER Editor: See also this story we recently ran on Dr. Alain Fischer, titled French Expert Pushing Vaccines on Children a Rothschild Foundation Chairman.


The report below dates from July of 2017, re-run by a couple of independent outlets (here and here) in May of this year. Which was timely in 2017 because Florence Parly was appointed Minister of the Armed Forces a month earlier, in June 2017, under Macron’s first PM, Edouard Philippe, and renewed under the current PM, plandemic henchman Jean Castex.

Parly is the one who has been having to deal with the group of retired and serving military officers, as well as rank and file members, who have been speaking out about the very poor state of France, voicing the possibility of a coup d’état. See French Military Issue a Stern Warning to Macron &Co. and The Fear of a Coup d’État Takes Hold of the French Ruling Caste.

One edition of this story has the following comment:

Everyone will understand better why Lady Parly is demanding the Retired Generals be SILENT.


The original reporting of this story includes the following meme of an Edmond de Rothschild quote from 1970 revealing the family’s personally motivated globalist agenda:

Translation: ‘…the lock that must be broken, it’s the nation state because it is not adapted to the modern world’


Florence Parly: “representative” of the Edmond de Rothschild bank


It is a function that does not appear on her Wikipedia page, that is eliminated from her official biography, that the media have therefore omitted. Including the “spat” of the Canard (ER: a French media outlet), today devoted to the Minister of the Armed Forces.

[Last minute: Monday 26 at noon, we called the cabinet of the Minister of the Armed Forces about her forgotten industrial mandates. In the evening, Ms. Parly announced in a Reuters dispatch the resignation of these functions …]

Florence Parly has just taken over the Ministry of Defense. And as much as “the armed forces are wondering” (Les Echos, 23/06), the industrialists are delighted:

“At least she is fully aware of the weight of the military and aeronautical industry in France…” Florence is passionate about technology, aeronautics, space, she flew Mirage 2000, it is an excellent choice,” enthuses her friend Jean-Yves Le Gall, president of CNES. The industrialists, who are waiting for her today at Le Bourget with the Prime Minister, seem satisfied.”

Satisfied just because she likes technological toys? No, rather because she is of their harem.

One piece of information has been omitted by the media, but the researcher at the University of Liege, Geoffrey Geuens, has alerted us:

Florence Parly’s background does mention “the former director of Air France and the SNCF“. It is also mentioned that “her husband, Martin Vial, is the director of the Agence des participations de l’Etat (APE), which is present in the major French defense groups“, and that he is even “a member of the board of directors of Thales“. Which, incidentally, says a lot about the inbreeding of our elite.

But about her, we’re forgetting one hat she has worn: since January 2016, she has belonged to the supervisory board of the company Zodiac Aerospace. She sits there as a representative of the “Fonds Stratégique de Participation” (ER: Strategic Participation Fund), which has nothing to do with the public Fonds Stratégique d’Investissement.

What is this FSP?

It is an emanation of the Edmond de Rothschild group.

We read on their site:

“The FSP is managed by the Edmond de Rothschild Group. Regrouping six major insurers in France (BNP-Paribas Cardif, CNP Assurances, Crédit Agricole Assurances, SOGECAP (Société Générale group), Groupama and Natixis Assurances), the FSP is a long-term shareholder in the capital of French companies.

Here is another minister with close ties to banking and industry. Here with the Edmond de Rothschild group, based in Switzerland, which, as Cash Investigations revealed, has 142 shell companies in offshore havens. To see again the sequence where journalist Elise Lucet of Cash Investigation tries to question Baroness Ariane de Rothschild —

(ER: see this link – Cash Investigation. “Panama Papers”: 142 sociétés écrans pour la Banque Edmond de Rothschild – 142 shell companies for the bank Edmond de Rothschild)

No doubt she has entered the government for the sake of balance with her president Macron, who used to work at the Paris-based investment bank Rothschild & Co. This is a guarantee of pluralism. (ER: severe irony warning)

As Jean Gabin (almost) said, “It’s no longer a government, it’s a gigantic board of directors!”


As a deputy-reporter, we contacted Madame Parly’s office at the Ministry of the Armed Forces: first, to make sure that this is not a homonym, that the information is indeed accurate; then, for additional questions: why did Madame Parly neglect this line in her CV? How did she become a representative of the Edmond de Rothschild group? Does she sit on other boards of directors?

By email, her assistant confirmed that,

“on the day of her appointment, Wednesday June 21, she was a member of the following boards of directors
– Since 2012: Independent Director ALTRAN – Chair of the Nominations and Remuneration Committee ;
– Since 2012: Independent Director INGENICO – Chair of the Audit Committee ;
– Since 2016: Independent Director (representing the FSP) ZODIAC AEROSPACE- Member of the Audit Committee.
Fully aware of the responsibilities that have become hers since her appointment as Minister of the Armed Forces, Florence Parly has decided to resign from the bodies in question. This is an obvious choice in view of her new duties.”





Good signs from Zodiac

In addition to Florence Parly, Edouard Philippe (ER: pictured, former French Prime Minister appointed by Macron) also went to Zodiac to find his chief of staff: Benoît Ribadeau-Dumas was head of the “Systems” branch of Zodiac Aerospace.


Rothschild Republic, YES.

France of Clovis and Saint-Louis, NO.

Translation: The minister of the Armies, Florency Parly, and the Chief of Staff Francois Lecointre, have chosen graded replies to the military brass who signed the op-ed in Valeurs Actuelles



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