The Supreme Master Leader character is both historic and symbolic. Historically, the red shield (that we show as his face) is the emblem of the House of Rothschild. The Rothschild banking empire began with Mayer Amschel Bauer, born in Frankfurt, Germany in 1744. The young Mayer Bauer, while working at a banking house, formed a close relationship with a powerful and wealthy German official, William IX of the German Hesse-Kassel family. William IX gained his initial wealth through inheritance but then greatly multiplied it by loaning Hessian mercenaries to the British to aid in their fight against us in the Revolutionary war. It was Mayer Bauer who managed William's money and in the process gained his own fortune as well as building an intelligence network throughout Europe. During this time Germany was rampantly anti-semitic and Bauer thought it prudent to change his last name. Bauer choose the old symbol of his ancestors, a hexagram red shield, and changed his name to Rothschild ("Red Shield").
Symbolically, the Red Shield character represents the cartel of the global banking elite and the secrets of the Federal reserve. The House of Rothschild dominates the world financial machine, along with the house of Morgan, Rockefeller, Kuhn-Loeb, Goldman-Sachs, DuPont and others. This type of financial control in private hands constitutes a world system capable of dominating entire economies as seen in much of Africa and across Europe. Through their private global entities such as the IMF, World Bank, and International Bank of Settlements, their financial grip is overwhelmingly powerful. In America, this cartel's biggest lever of power is the Federal Reserve System.