Jewish Space Lasers, Conspiracy Theories, and Antisemitism

Conspiracy Theory Expert Mike Rothschild Joins American Jewish University to Discuss his Book, “Jewish Space Lasers

Unveil the Enigma: Journey into 200 Years of Rothschild Conspiracy Theories with author Mike Rothschild as he untangles truth from fiction.

TUE SEP 19 1:00 PM – 1:45 PM MDT

In 2018 Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene took to social media to share her suspicions that the California wildfires were started by ‘space solar generators’ which were funded by powerful, mysterious backers. Instantly, thousands of people rallied around her, blaming the fires on “Jewish space lasers” and ultimately, the Rothschild family.

Dan Friedman will be in conversation with acclaimed journalist and conspiracy theory expert, Mike Rothschild (no relation to the family), as we will explore his meticulously researched book, “Jewish Space Lasers: The Rothschilds and 200 Years of Conspiracy Theories.” Discover the origins of the Rothschild myths, from their groundbreaking impact on the banking industry to the present day, where they remain a target of unfounded accusations. Separate fact from fiction as we unravel the truth behind their alleged control over global finances, the persistent spread of conspiracies, and reasons behind the continued fascination with the Rothschilds and their connection to contemporary antisemitism.

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