Turns out the Tsar of Russia, Alexander II, was well aware of the money changers scam. The Tsar was refusing to allow them to set up a central bank in Russia.
Usually, when there's a political coup in a monarchy, the members of the royal family escape to another country. The Czar of Russia had no such luck. Almost all of the members of the royal family were efficiently hunted down and killed. Why did Russia's royal family deserve such special treatment?
As early as the 18th century, Russia refused to bow to the plans of the international banking cartel. Overthrowing the Czar was a priority of the international banking cartel for many years. With the Bolshevik revolution, they removed one of the last holdouts to their complete and absolute control.