John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough

The Duke of Marlborough was another one in the hands of the Jews. It seems that some things just do not change. People go to money. Jews go to power like flies to the proverbial.


John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough ex Wiki -  general (died 1722)
John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough, Prince of Mindelheim, KG, PC ( 26 May 1650 16 June 1722 O.S), was an English soldier and statesman whose career spanned the reigns of five monarchs through the late 17th and early 18th centuries. Rising from a lowly page at the court of the House of Stuart, he loyally served James, Duke of York, through the 1670s and early 1680s, earning military and political advancement through his courage and diplomatic skill. Churchill's role in defeating the Monmouth Rebellion in 1685 helped secure James on the throne, yet just three years later he abandoned his Catholic patron for the Protestant Dutchman, William of Orange. Honoured for his services at William's coronation with the earldom of Marlborough, he served with further distinction in the early years of the Nine Years' War, but persistent charges of Jacobitism brought about his fall from office and temporary imprisonment in the Tower. It was not until the accession of Queen Anne in 1702 that Marlborough reached the zenith of his powers and secured his fame and fortune.
Good bloke, took
6,000 a year bribe from the Jew, Medina.


Solomon de Medina ex Wiki Jew on the make, army contractor (died 1720)
Sir Solomon de Medina (ca.1650, Bordeaux 15 September 1730, Amsterdam) was an army contractor for William III and the first Jew to be knighted in England.

Solomon de Medina was a wealthy Jew who went with William III to England as an army contractor. In 1702 he returned to Amsterdam, from which point his son-in-law acted for him in London [1]. He attained notoriety due to his extensive dealings with the English government of his day. "The Jew Medina," as he was popularly called, held a position of prominence in connection with the English forces. During the War of the Spanish Succession (1702-14) he accompanied the Duke of Marlborough on his campaigns, advanced him funds, and furnished provisions for the troops.

He also established a system of expresses which outstripped those of the government, so that his agents were in possession of important news before it reached the ministers of the crown. His negotiations were made evident in an attack on the Duke of Marlborough in Parliament in 1711 for receiving from the Jew a yearly payment of 6,000. Marlborough replied that the money had been expended in obtaining trustworthy information. It was said of Medina that every British victory contributed as much to his wealth as to the glory of England.

For his services he was knighted (in 1700), being the first Jew in England to receive that honour. Sir Solomon de Medina was at one time the largest contributor to the Bevis Marks Synagogue, and he remained faithful to his co-religionists to the last [ thus a de facto enemy of England - Editor ].
He spied on his own account. What did he do for the enemies of England? Plenty is likely if there was money in it.