First Published 9-6-10
President Andrew Jackson was the first president of these United States to challenge the power structure of the international corporate mafia (international bankers) and did put an end to their control over our currency by ending the reign of the Second Bank of United States in 1833. After which he survived an assassination attempt on January 30, 1835. He died in 1845 and it is said that among his final words were, “I got the bankers.”
In 1865, President Abraham Lincoln enacted his monetary policy in an attempt to break the stranglehold that the international corporate mafia had regained over our monetary system since the death of President Jackson. Shortly thereafter he was murdered via a bullet through his head.
On January 20, 1961 at his inaugural speech, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy put forth the assertion, “Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country”. I would be born approximately 5 months later. President Kennedy was in my opinion the last true president who was of and for his people and his country. He told us we had a great nation but asserted that we could do better and be even greater. The American people rolled up their sleeves and went to work. On June 4, 1963, President Kennedy stripped the Federal Reserve Bank of its power to loan money to the government at interest via Executive Order 11110. Once again the U.S. Treasury was issuing U.S. money via its constitutional authority to do so. Nearly $4.3 billion was issued. Five months later, on November 22, 1963, President Kennedy was murdered, shot through the head. Though Executive Order 11110 was never rescinded and indeed stands in affect to this day the international corporate mafia, the Federal Reserve banksters went right back to business as usual after his death. President Kennedy enacted the executive order to see to it that the people that he had called on to go above and beyond would enjoy the fruits of their labor rather than have them stolen by what he knew to be international criminals.
When I was twelve years old, I asked my mother for a motorcycle. She told me that if I wanted a motorcycle I would have to get a job and earn the money to buy it. I reminded her of all the work I did in helping take care of our property and helping my dad work on his many projects. She replied, “Your dad supports you that is why you are bound to your chores. Now if you want a motorcycle, you will get a job and earn the money to buy it.” She further stated, “You had better realize the world does not owe you a living.” I found a job and it was hard work, helping on old man who had moved into the area build a pump house and put in an orchard. I earned the money, bought the motorcycle, and words cannot describe the pride I felt in doing so.
I find myself now an unemployed member of a group known as the 99ers and when I hear any person in any venue trying to assert that the 99ers just want more benefits so they can kick back and enjoy life like they were on vacation I am enraged to my soul. I mean it’s not like we just decided to quit working one day. I doubt there is one 99er who did not work every hour that he or she could up until they were pushed out the door. It is unbelievably arrogant and stupid for any person to contend that any worker who was making a living wage would willingly be thrust into a situation where the unemployment benefits they receive won’t even cover their bills and basic necessities. The fact is we are desperate to work in order to allow us to keep some of what we have not lost already and maybe gain a little back.
However this is being made impossible by the very same international corporate mafia banksters who spent billions of dollars to create NAFTA, CAFTA, and GATT, ship our jobs overseas, and destroy our industrial base while they were purposefully creating a financial disaster through their derivative Ponzi schemes. They created a crisis, blamed it on the American people, and then ordered the politicians they own to borrow $28 trillion from them to give to them. Now we the people have to pay those moneys back to them with interest, and as for the people seeking the Tier 5 unemployment extension, let them eat dirt.
People be advised, the creature that President Jackson, President Lincoln, and President Kennedy sought to destroy is become a diabolical monster of unimaginable proportions and we are left to deal with it. We will, because we have to, we have no choice. Do not fear them. Whether you know it or not, they are the ones who are scared. They have overextended themselves in their actions and the American people are not responding as they had expected. We have not rioted in the cities and given them an excuse to institute martial law, activate NORCOM, and attempt to confiscate our weapons. In fact instead of losing our cool they see in us a quiet calm, hate in our eyes, and determination on our faces. They know we outnumber them a thousand to one. There are 300 million of us and enough guns and ammunitions to arm every man, woman, and child. We, the American people, are the largest army to ever exist on this planet. All the other armies in all the other countries of the world pale in comparison and when the fight comes, our army and our law enforcement will stand with us. We are as an unbelievably huge herd of cattle at the edge of town, in an eerie state of calm, wherein the smallest incident, like the snap of a twig, is going to cause a stampede like nothing this world has ever seen. They know this. They know they are going to be utterly destroyed. That is why the propaganda you see in the mainstream media is changing so radically from day to day. They are desperate to stop what they have put into motion, but their cause is hopeless. So prepare yourselves and don’t dread it because once it is done we will rebuild our country in that image President Kennedy dreamed of and the international corporate mafia banksters will learn once and for all that the words my mother spoke those many years ago also apply to them. The world does not owe you a living.