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Plutocracy in America:..>>....... Chief economist at Citigroup, Willem Buiter, has referred to it as “cognitive capture.” Freeland responded to this in an interview with Bill Moyers: His argument was that part of the reason the financial crisis happened is the entire intellectual establishment, not just people inside investment banks, but regulators, academic economists, financial journalists, had all been captured by the financial sector's vision of how the economy should work. This cognitive capturing will have profound impacts on the burgeoning wealth inequality gap. Elites will tell themselves they're acting in the “collective interest” by spending big money in powerful sectors......>> ..If America doesn't wake up to the most important issue facing our country right now, the consequences could be catastrophic. The corruption between Washington and Wall Street has resulted in the largest inequality gap in history. We mustn't simply place the bulk of the blame on the market crash and financial meltdown of 2008, either. The income inequality dilemma had its roots planted deeply into the Establishment long before...>>> JFK + Executive Order 11110 = Head Shot? ..>>

12.20.2011

The Panic of the Puppetmasters

Thanks Chris from Oz commenter:  pic above from  http://ronpaulswag.com/ron-paul-painting-print-24x36.html

America has often been described as a "sleeping giant."  The term refers to the tendency of most Americans to get along with their lives - leaving politics to those drawn to this dog-and-pony show - paying their taxes and letting the babies have their candy - that is - until the baby's antics become so out-of-control, out-of-touch, and downright dangerous to their  very existence that they can't help but notice that something is very very rotten.  Then - EVERYBODY wakes up - takes a look at the problems - at the options available to solve those problems - then gets involved.

The media circus that has been the Republican battle for nominee for President in the coming election is rapidly causing concern for the puppetmasters that have been sucking the blood out of Americans for a long time.  Hard times, poverty, radical moves to burn the Constitution, wars based on lies with more coming based on even more lies, loss of property, TSA NAZI tactics, media complicity and manipulation of Americans' world-view - and many more things - have become such threats to everyones future - that they are paying attention.  And as they look at options available to solve ROOT CAUSE they turn to Ron Paul.

I had to do a lot of driving today and turned on the radio to stay awake.  All that is available is the standard "right wing" crap from the usual suspects - you know the names - but today they brought out their pundits-of-the-puppets to convince their flock of gullible suckers that Ron Paul doesn't matter.  To convince their audience that Ron Paul 'CAN'T WIN."  First of all that's bullshit - otherwise they wouldn't be forced to discuss the subject.

But there is something else afoot my friends.  Ron Paul is the real deal - a true Constitutionalist with the utmost respect and rock-solid record to demonstrate that he MEANS WHAT HE SAYS.  And that is exactly what makes him so dangerous to the blood-suckers looting our nation and leading us into phony wars, continuing the phony war on terror, the phony war on drugs, the campaign to take your firearms, the selling out of our nation - the bloodsuckers know that Ron Paul will take immediate action to stop their party.  And when their party stealing everything you have stops - your life will change for the better very rapidly.

The other "thing" afoot I mentioned is this:  The Republicans and Democrats have all been bought and paid for - controlled - by the same bankster cabal - looting our nation via the Federal Reserve, crooked banks, immoral wars.  This became obvious when they passed the National Defense Authorization Act.  Also made obvious by this undermining of everything America stands for - was the sound of one hand clapping by the "mainstream media" - remaining silent while this treasonous "law" was passed.  I've heard somewhere that "silence is agreement."

The puppetmasters are scared sh%tless.  They recognize that Ron Paul will win.  So what will they do?

Their next strategem will be to split the Republican vote so that the election is thrown to Obama.  Why?

Because Obama=Gingrich=Santorum=that dumb witch=the rest of them:  EXCEPT FOR RON PAUL.

Since the banksters and warmongers own both parties - meaning those venal office-holders who've lost the moral compass they took an oath not to lose - that Obama will do just as well as any of the usual puppets.

Don't fall for the bread-and-circuses.  Ron Paul is the real deal.  Do everything you can to prevent the stealing of his election, the lying in the media about his positions, the attempts by the media to sideline him - and remember that Ron Paul will save this nation.

We are at a dangerous crossroads - Ron Paul is our best hope at this time to steer us back in the right direction - the direction of peace and prosperity and liberty we all long for.  

There are no more "sides" in politics anymore - there really is only one side:  the side of the Constitution - the side of liberty and justice for all of us.

78 comments:

  1. 'It isn't who votes that counts- it's who counts the votes.' (With plenty of time to re-program the Diebold voting machines- that leave no paper record.)
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  2. Yes anonymous - you are so so right. The danger of stolen elections is the first major hurdle once the public moves to get Dr. Paul into office - the second hurdle after he is elected is to keep him alive.

    I am not kidding - not an alarmist - and not chicken little - just letting those who can do something about it know the risks. The risks are high - since this is a battle for the very sovereignty of our nation - for the rights of We the People - for what all Americans and those around the world who understand that what happens here in America - will influence the lives of everyone everywhere.

    America is "the keep" of liberty. We cannot allow the barbarians to rob us of our liberty here at the last bastion of freedom from tyranny and oppression.

    The pigs have had enough slop. It's time to butcher them - they are getting way to fat.
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  3. I have Jewish friends that are as fine as any I've ever had - and intend to keep them. You are entitled to your opinions - and I appreciate your participation.

    The flaw I would suggest, in your logic, is that "all Jews are bad" since some "Jews" have committed crimes against us. That is a dangerous flaw - since you condemn innocent Jews to the same sentence the guilty deserve.

    That is not the American way at all - our Republic is intended to preserve the liberty of the individual. It is not OK to blame the son for the sins of the father, and it is not OK (or logical) to blame all Jews for the sins of other Jews.

    That is not the American way.
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  4. you people - Ron Paul's cheerleaders - you are all morons. The only power interest that is going to loose if Paul wins is The Lobby.

    What you don't understand is that guy is stupid libertarian - meaning he is for Big Business (incl. Wall St) to rape you any way they want without any oversight/restrictions/etc from the government.
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  5. Thanks for commenting anon - but you provide no examples. I've heard these arguments before and they are usually based on ignorance of Ron Paul's flawless record - unchanging message that the RULE OF LAW - (Constitution being the law) and belief and action on behalf of individual liberty - common sense views on eliminating the fake "war on drugs" (even though he isn't pro-drug-use), common sense view against abortion while openly stating that the government has no business interfering with woman's rights - commitment to ENDING THE ILLEGAL WARS AND NEVER STARTING A WAR WITHOUT A DECLARATION - bringing our troops home... I can go on forever - so what was your point?
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  6. What a gov stooge. Libertarians are for people's right. Another plant! Ron Paul is the only hope! This is it!
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  7. Incriminally SaneDec 20, 2011, 11:33:00 PM
    I certainly agree that Ron Paul is the best candidate for our troubled times but when you take a real close look at what is happening in the US Obama administration, it doesn't look like there is going to be an "Election" in 2012 which is why the timing of this whole S-1867 bill came when it did, they are going to create a scenario of massive violence in America that will supposedly "require" the declaration of Martial Law.
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  8. What anon said @ http://americansjourney.blogspot.com/2011/12/panic-of-puppetmasters.html?showComment=1324435461267#c610048926165709603

    "What you don't understand is that guy is stupid libertarian - meaning he is for Big Business (incl. Wall St) to rape you any way they want without any oversight/restrictions/etc from the government."

    Please obtain a clue. You think the "Big Business (incl. Wall St.)" is not running obama-romney-gingrich-palin-santorum-perry et al. RIGHT NOW?

    Avoid further fascism, vote Dr. Ron Paul for president, 2012!
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  9. Thanks for this beginning to awaken, AmeriKa! It gives those of us who have known about the hijacking of our liberty hope that you are not ALL morons. And even though most of us are, if we can continue to awaken the fringe, we will have a chance to change this miserable world.
    Note to ALL RonPaulblicans... if anything happens to him, we must carry on his vision and dream. And they will absolutely try to negate him, through a plane crash, cancer, heart attack or alzheimers or many other means that they (THEY) have at their (THEIR) disposal. Ron Paul is our last hope.


    FUCK THEM AND I HOPE THAT WE WILL ALL AGREE THAT IF HE IS LOST FOR WHATEVER REASON, WE WILL HAVE THE FORTITUDE TO FIGHT THESE BASTARDS! IN HIS NAME!
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  10. The amazing comments by Iowa's governor, and the spin-meisters in the media declaring that Ron Paul can't win, and that if he does win in Iowa it does not matter prove how terrified the status quo are. If Dr. Paul were to take the nomination, he would be "suicided" or "JKF'd" before he could be sworn in.

    The amazing thing is, Ron Paul knows full well, better than any of us, that he is putting his life in absolute mortal danger, and yet he bravely soldiers on. Shades of the Founding Fathers!

    The very least we can do is support him.
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  11. The CFRtv set up Dr. Ron Paul as our last hope. I prefer thinking of the fellow as the beginning of a new trend in executive leadership in this country. I like the change for obvious reasons. As long as Secret Service is NOT RELIED ON for Dr. Paul's security, his presidency has a great chance for success.
    The Secret Service stopped the presidential limo so the assassins could put 4 bullets in JFK, they helped murder Bobby Kennedy, and they allowed Vince Foster's murdered body to be wrapped up in a carpet and dumped in Marcey Park. The Secret Service is probably not our friend.No, the Secret Service is DEFINITELY NOT OUR FRIEND.
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  12. España con Ron Paul, come on america ! awake!
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  13. Time to stop leaving the problem solving to someone else - like a Ron Paul. It's on us now -plain and simple. Those not willing to step NOW - are doomed and willing slaves to what is on the way. The time is now to move. Do more than talk, talk, talk, retreat to the TranceVision, suck beer, whatever.

    And what apeman2502 said... x millions

    To some of the others, respectfully asking: Really? If Ron Paul doesn't win - that's it?!
    Y'all just gonna return to the path to slavery status and carry on being whipped along the way by the global corporate thugocracy?

    If this is the attitude we have - well, we might as well just put the lock onto the chains we already got hanging onto us - right?

    Ron Paul is one man. That's all we're gonna throw at the scum global crime syndicate?

    And y'all better start thinkin' outside the TranceVision, Hollywood-psycho-mind cage, the dumbed-down "education" confines of this cheap, superficial reality we have allowed ourselves to live in ... and plan on backing up Ron Paul - and everyone like him. He's gonna need all the help he can get - if he somehow manages to break through the rigged elections.

    Start thinking about an army, a new secret service - in fact how about a few million of us volunteer to protect Ron Paul - everywhere he goes. apeman2502's history tip is accurate. In fact that applies to Lincoln, Jackson, and a few others - who somehow were left unprotected at the most inopportune time.

    Best to start thinking, planning a whole new system - as in replacing the totally corrupt apparatus masquerading as "the government", the corrupt, unconstitutional, immoral "money system" that is imposed against our will (really - what total idiocy - we pay interest for the wealth (the useless paper misnamed "money"), by the global crime syndicate (a.k.a. banksters), the illegal legal system now imposed upon us - which is in lock-step with the other corrupted-bought-and-paid-for corrupt stooges of global crime inc.

    Unless you're ready to give up if he doesn't win - then enjoy WWIII to be promptly followed by your slavery. Otherwise stop living in perpetual fear and gear up, physically and mentally, the time has come. Ron Paul is only the beginning - a very small one at that
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  14. Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large numbers.

    By the same token, never underestimate the power of We The People...

    I know a ton of "I"'s and "D"'s that will vote "R" i̶f̶ when Ron Paul wins. In fact I know a lot of "I"'s and "D"'s that switched to "R" just so they could vote for Ron Paul in the primaries no other candidate can say the same...
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  15. Resistance is futile. The "stupid goyim" for the most part could not care less and is only concerned with what someone is doing with their ASS rather caring about where their ASS is at!

    Go listen to Leonard Cohen's Evertbody Knows and have a very merry christmas.
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  16. To the Author - you mentioned "I don't know where I found this, will give credit if someone can tell me..." under that excellent painting. I ran a google image search out of curiosity. The artist is apparently called Carl Bork. Here's the link and keep up the great work.

    http://ronpaulswag.com/ron-paul-painting-print-24x36.html

    chris from oz
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  17. Panic of the puppetmasters? LOL, uve got to be kidding? We are still asleep so they will keep their game going on. Chill out, its their way not our way because we are too retarded. One flower doesnt makes the spring.
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    Who Stole the People's Money? Cartoons from yesteryear.

    http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAnast.htm


    Who stole the people's money?  Who indeed?  A timeless question one asks at their own risk - or not for a reward ...that is... if they are willing to "play the game."

    "In September 1869, Nast began his campaign in Harper's Weekly against William Tweed, the corrupt political leader of New York City. Pressure was put on Harper Brothers, the company that produced the magazine, and when it refused to sack Nast, the company lost the contract to provide New York schools with books. Nast himself was offered a bribe of $500,000 to end his campaign. This was hundred times the salary of $5,000 that the magazine paid him but Nast still refused and eventually Tweed was arrested and imprisoned for corruption. Nast's campaign against Tweed was later described as "the finest and most effective political cartooning ever done in the United States.""  Pic above and quote from here

    Conspiracy?  No.  Documented historical fact.  

     

    Some things never change.  It used to be the "80/20 Rule" where 20 percent of the people do 80% of the work.  Not any more.  



    There is no 20% in the mainstream media - they are spokesmodels skilled in the art of reading a teleprompter.  Kind of like typing up a hand-written paper - you don't really have to read it - in the eyes and out the fingertips.  

    In the case of the wooden-headed puppets on TV - Most "reporters" these days - no more than members of a government propaganda apparatus here in the 'States - they just take the money.  The good ones, that are left, suffer the crushing weight of the political machine that controls public perception if they dare to "get out of line."  ("Get out of line" = Asking REAL challenging questions that matter in public.) Here is a recent casualty.


    http://www.fcnp.com/news/8196-veteran-journalist-thomas-resumes-column-today-in-news-press.html


    We all know this.  But it's fun to see that things have been this bad and worse before.  The good guys can and do win.  Notice that Thomas Nast was not a venal man.

    We all have our strengths and weaknesses.  Just remember that the good guys win if they show the backbone - keep asking questions.  Turn up the heat.

    from http://www.thomasnast.com/TheCartoons/NastCartoons.htm
    And don't worry about people complaining about so-called "hate speech."  It really doesn't exist.  It is just a matter of who needs a pesky detective who smells a rat to shut up.  It's been pretty nasty in the past - and it was just part of a necessary debate in the public forum.  For example:

    from http://www.indiana.edu/~liblilly/cartoon/monkey.html
    Conclusion:  The act of exercising your right to freedom of speech IS FREEDOM OF SPEECH.  The only people who "hate us for our freedoms" are those trying to take them away.

    Prescription:  To maintain a healthy nation, exercise unbounded freedom of speech always.

     

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How did Jefferson know? 

http://americansjourney.blogspot.com/2010/07/how-did-jefferson-know.html


John F. Kennedy held a dinner in the white House for a group of the
brightest minds in the nation at that time. He made this statement:
"This is perhaps the assembly of the most intelligence ever to
gather at one time in the White House with the exception of
when Thomas Jefferson dined alone."
Especially read the last quote from 1802.


When we get piled
upon one another in large cities, as in Europe,
we shall become as corrupt as Europe .
Thomas Jefferson


The democracy will cease to exist
when you take away from those
who are willing to work and give to those who would not.
Thomas Jefferson


It is incumbent on every
generation to pay its own debts as it goes.
A principle which if acted on would save
one-half the wars of the world.
Thomas Jefferson


I predict future happiness for
Americans if they can prevent the government
from wasting the labors of the people under the
pretense of taking care of them.
Thomas Jefferson


My reading of history convinces me
that most bad government results from too much
government.
Thomas Jefferson


No free man shall ever be debarred
the use of arms.
Thomas Jefferson


The strongest reason for the
people to retain the right to keep and bear arms
is, as a last resort, to protect themselves
against tyranny in government.
Thomas Jefferson


The tree of liberty must be
refreshed from time to time with the blood of
patriots and tyrants.
Thomas Jefferson


To compel a man to subsidize with
his taxes the propagation of ideas which he
disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical.
Thomas Jefferson


Thomas Jefferson said in 1802:
'I believe that
banking institutions are more dangerous to
our liberties than standing armies.
If the American people ever allow
private banks to control the issue of their
currency, first by inflation, then by
deflation, the banks and corporations that will
grow up around the banks will deprive the people
of all property - until their children
wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers
conquered.'

-------
Note: Sent to me by good friends

22 comments:

  1. "[The Indians] take up the hatchet against us, and the crule [sic] massacres they have committed on the women and children of our frontiers taken by surprise, will oblige us now to pursue them to extermination." -- Thomas Jefferson

    "Sally Hemmings? Damn, that was some of the best slave-raping I ever done!" -- Thomas Jefferson


    Ok, I made up the second quote, obviously. Though, the guy was indeed a slave raper. The first quote is perfectly real.

    USAmericans have to deal with the fact that ALL of your land is stolen. Your country was built by slaves. Your wealth has largely been stolen from the rest of the world.

    And that makes your heroes anti-heroes.

    Honestly, wtf is it you're so fucking proud of?
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  2. Jefferson was having the love affair of his life in France when he supposedly started up with Sally Hemmings...also, the genetic evidence points to equal probability that Jefferson's brother was the father of her children...he had already done so with other slaves.

    What was done to Native Americans was against Christian morals...but it was directly in keeping with Native American rules of strongest take what they want...
  3. This "slave rape" is interesting. How do you know he raped her? Where is the evidence of that? Another interpretation can be that Thomas Jefferson was an anti-racist since he liked black women.

    He still built Monticello.

    He wrote the Declaration of Independence - it did not write itself.

    We are all hypocrites in varying degrees. Where did the land you are standing come from my friend? I suppose your property differs from the property of the rest of humanity and is not "stolen" as you put it.

    Do you think European and Canadian land isn't "stolen?"

    All land was "stolen" at one time or another.

    None of this detracts from the greatness that was Thomas Jefferson and the great things he left us.

    Who are your heroes?
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  4. You're right, the white guys that ran the place back then didn't give a hoot about blacks or the environment or building bathrooms for transexuals. Today we are all so much smarter and more sensitive to these issues. But we have forgotten about the dangers of tyranny and we are all in danger of experiencing "some of the best slave raping" ever done. Read those quotes again. They apply to all of us regardless of color or anything else. Our freedom depends on them. Your attempt to muddy the issue with personal attacks on the speaker only helps those who are enslaving us all. Good work ahole.
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  5. What we are proud of is the formation of a revolutionary concept of governing which is enshrined in the Constitution and a beacon of light all across the globe. It is true that manifest destiny was a genocidal principle and we committed a great crime against the native population of north America. We cannot go back in time, to fix that, we must move forward and preserve what is promising about our nation the ideas of self determination, equal justice and religious freedom. The best way to make amends to Native Americans is to make this country live up to the promise of the Statue of Liberty.
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  6. Please realize that taking quotes out of context proves nothing! Our Founding Fathers were even more concerned about the concentration of wealth than of the so-called redistribution of wealth!! Franklin said a man should own no more property than he needed to make a living. Jefferson worked against the laws re. inherited wealth. TJ also said America would become a paradise by "taxing the rich." Search his letter to Kosciusko re.taxing the rich and be amazed! NO ONE ever mentions what TJ said on this matter. Also check out "To Have and Have Not" by Michael Lind--an honest conservative.

    To those who accuse Jefferson--I'll take Jefferson's thought processes and accomplishments over your low-mindness any day!
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  7. If you don't have the nerve to state your name then shut the fuck up. Steve Wirth.
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  8. In Jefferson's day a citizen could be armed as well as any soldier. Today when the government comes to take your guns they won't be carrying flintlock muskets, and when they aim that 50 cal mounted atop the guntruck at you, you'll drop your guns... or die.
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  9. An argument over a politician. Original. Humans are morally corrupt so this sort of thing can be argued over and over for the next ten thousand years(If we are still here.) The bottom line is that everyone wants what THEY want-no matter who has to die for it.

    If humans don't evolve they will destroy themselves.

    People think that this planet was always inhabited by humans. Nope. Just like they came they can go-either by their own hands or Mother Nature's. This time I am certain we will destroy one another.

    The Earth will still keep spinning.

    So pick your arguments and make yourself feel good about them. Until you change as people tick tock you're marching toward your own destruction. Quickly.
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  10. So Lili, are you an anarchist? These arguments are not to "feel good" arguments - they are discussions with a purpose. To find ways that we can live together.

    Do you "feel good" about your argument?
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  11. Reality check; back in his day over one hundred years it was as fashionable to have as slave as it is today to have a cell phone. We all know about the slaves that was then this is now. What he did was amazing; he ran against the banks and won his banner read simply Jackson and no banks; he fired 3 VP's who dared to oppose him. When was the last time a VP was fired? Let's focus on what he successfully did he kept the banks out of our government for about 75 years and ran on keeping banks at bay. Bless his heart a million times for having the guts to stand up to the banks, they also tried to assisinate him; the gun simply did not go off. Say what you will...he was a great man, a great american, a great president. Obama is trying to make all of us slaves TODAY to the bankers blacks, whites, browns, reds, yellow all of us. Kennedy who introduced executive order 11110 to bring back the greenbacks to push the Fed Reserve back he was assisinated shortly thereafter.
    I do not want to be a slave, I do not to be chipped, I do not want this illegal bank, I do not want the Rothchild's controlling my life or my children's life. Today it is unfashionable to own slaves, tell that to Obama. He wants to be our master.
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  12. Big Pharma (BP) is putting their drugs in the ocean so you can all die.
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6.22.2009

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JFK + Executive Order 11110 = Head Shot?

JFK was shot in the head by sniper fire in broad daylight in Texas. Can we all agree on that?

It is the rest of the puzzle that divides us - yes? Lone gunman vs. grassy knoll vs. someone in the storm drain etc... We don't have answers, it seems to me, because the evidence we need using todays technology is absent. By hook or by crook a story made its way to the populace. But conflicting accounts, omitted evidence, magic bullet theories and questions about means, motive and opportunity which accompany any crime naturally left doubt in the mind of the crowd. The mafia, Bay of Pigs, Vietnam military-industrial interests etc... - the question remains: Who HAD to kill JFK?

Please watch the video below - give it some thought - and ask yourself - why did JFK think it was so important to back our money? The man was brave and brilliant. Who stood to lose the most by JFK's actions regarding Executive Order 11110 - perhaps the Federal Reserve?
No more vedeo?
Silver coins and silver-backed U.S. Notes vs. Federal Reserve notes backed by NOTHING. A note that is A legal tender for all debts public and private vs. a note that IS legal tender for all debts public and private. Look (CLICK) HERE for previous post pics so you can see the words for yourself on real bills.

I've often heard there is no intrinsic value in a Federal Reserve Note. I disagree. The intrinsic value of a modern Federal Reserve note is the valuable unique paper. This paper existing as a one dollar Federal Reserve Note can be bleached then re-printed by a counterfeiter with a $100 dollar designation - multiplying its value by 100. Presto - money for nothing! Although this is illegal it doesn't seem to differ much from what the Federal Reserve itself does - stamp paper with a number and call it money!

Interesting pics of historical money here

JFK was for the PEOPLE it seems to me - NOT the entrenched elite powers. Means, motive and opportunity must be considered in any murder - this murder is no different in that regard.



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27 comments:

  1. Although this reason sounds plausible to eliminate one who might make waves with those who control the natonal purse, there may be yet another very good reason why JFK was eliminated. In the early 1960's the CIA came to him with a proposal; they wanted to de-stabilize South Vietnam by unleashing death squads and gangs in the countryside as well as in the major cities. JFK refused and ordered them to stop with this program. After his assasination, a few years later, under LBJ, this very de-stabilization mission was set into motion.
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  2. Andrew Jackson is a president all future presidents should emulate.
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  3. Thanks anonymous and hANOVER above for your contributions - I wish more readers would join the discussion.

    Anonymous 1:13 brings relevant points to the discussion, which are supported by info we have on the Phoenix Program in Vietnam. Personal accounts of those who prosecuted this terror on the people of Vietnam can be found in the book "Everything We Had" by Al Santoli: ISBN #
    0-345-30336-9. The military-industrial-educational complex had quite a change of fortune with the death of the braveheart JFK.

    hANOVER fIST mentions another American hero - Andrew Jackson - who worked tirelessly to rid America of the bankers. I don't have the exact quote but somewhere I've seen that he considered ridding America of the banksters as his greatest accomplishment for the American people.
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  4. I clicked your historical money link. Under Silver Certificates, it tells when Silver Certificates were initially authorized by Congressional Acts. Then further down that section it shows that the Congressional Acts authorizing Silver Certificates were abolished by another Congressional Act on June 4, 1963. That is the same day that JFK made his executive order to issue four billion dollars in Silver Certificates. Coincidence?
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  5. "Andrew Jackson is a president all future presidents should emulate." Except for the whole Indian Removal and slavery things... right?

    “[Removal] will separate the Indians from immediate contact with settlements of whites; free them from the power of the States; enable them to pursue happiness in their own way and under their own rude institutions; will retard the progress of decay, which is lessening their numbers, and perhaps cause them gradually, under the protection of the Government and through the influence of good counsels, to cast off their savage habits and become an interesting, civilized, and Christian community."

    I think we all know how that's going for Native Americans.
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  6. Yeah, the same way it's going for Palestinians.
    Except that's hapenning today.
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  7. I dissagree about Jacksons treatment of the INdians. I believe that he was doing his best, withing the confines of the general sentiment at the time (only good Indian is a dead one) to help them. HOwever that has absolultely no bearing on the fact that he was most definately a champion in kicking out the European bankers (read Rothchilds, Warburgs, et al) from the US financial system. There is also speculation that Lincoln's assasination had nothing to do with the civil war and everything to do with the fact that he did the same thing as Kennedy was trying to do, issued US currency to F^&* the banksters. They don't like to be F#$&ed.
  8. Of course it was the Feds - any president that has threatened or disrupted their power (same families controlling before the Fed and make up the now-Fed) has died.

    You don't mess with the private Federal Reserve member banking system that threads back to the ruling families of Europe.
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  9. It is my view that JFK was a member of the privileged, and did not take seriously the job of president. After the Bay of Pigs, which I believe he did not authorize, I believe he had an epiphany. He had rejected the plans of operation north woods, and realized there were some really sick people, who were willing to cause a global nuclear war. He took the blame for the Bay of Pigs, but went after their power structure. He planned to disband the CIA. He was going to withdraw the advisors from Vietnam. EO 11110, went right at the heart of power. And he was going to cut the oil depletion allowance for the major oil companies. Google (JFKstanddown), video and you see clear evidence that he was set up by the secret service. All of these policies were reversed by LBJ. The site JFKMURDERSOLVED, puts forth a pretty convincing confession by a guy named James Files, as the shooter from the grassy knoll. All power comes from the Federal Reserve, unlimited money, can purchase anything, including shooters and a cover up. I envision a group of the power elite, meeting in a room, sentencing JFK to death. A contract is put out, a patsy set up, and an investigation that is sure to go nowhere.
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Plutocracy in America: Bowing Down to Corporate Masters

Not On Our Watch...

By Brittany Stepniak   

If America doesn't wake up to the most important issue facing our country right now, the consequences could be catastrophic.
The corruption between Washington and Wall Street has resulted in the largest inequality gap in history.
We mustn't simply place the bulk of the blame on the market crash and financial meltdown of 2008, either. The income inequality dilemma had its roots planted deeply into the Establishment long before.
If you disagree, take a look at the share of household income from 1975-2005...

wealth inequality 1

Or the share of net worth back in 2004:
wealth inequality 2
Greed: Vice or Virtue? 
Even after the most recent recession, the top 1% of earners took home 93% of all the income gains in the first full year of the recovery. And economic research indicates this will result in lower levels of economic growth and slower job creation in years to come.
Our country's ever-widening gap between the mega-rich and everyone else has expanded to the likes of which we haven't seen since the Great Depression.
And it's a trend that has remained consistent over the past generation.
New technology has cut out many blue-collar jobs, and routine white-collar work now gets outsourced overseas as global competition heats up.
If the bigwigs don't shape up, history is bound to repeat itself and we'll find ourselves in a state of plutocracy with austere economic consequences...
But I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for change.
"Only patterns on top of patterns"
The last time our country experienced a similar scenario was after the Civil War. Industries approached monopolistic levels of market concentration and acquired serious financial capital. Wealthy CEO-types began to use their power of influence over industry, public opinion, and politics. According to journalist Walter Weyl, money was “the mortar of this edifice.”
Economist Paul Krugman says the plutocracy was able to emerge because the poorest of American inhabitants were unable to vote (either non-naturalized immigrants or African-Americans). The wealthy funded political campaigns in which vote buying was quite popular and electoral fraud was rampant.
Although our country has made many improvements since then — and the Internet now sheds a wider-cast light on fraud and scandal — we're still combating many of these same problematic issues.
It's a simple concept, really: A country that prioritizes the accumulation of wealth (in order to maintain power in the hands of just a few) over all other human interests is bound for trouble.
Dismissing Inequality, Focusing on Overall Growth
The International Monetary Fund has warned, “Some dismiss inequality and focus instead on overall growth — arguing, in effect, that a rising tide lifts all boats... When a handful of yachts become ocean liners while the rest remain lowly canoes, something is seriously amiss.”
In 1913 the U.S. instituted the income tax among various other forms of progressive taxation. But in the 1970s, elites began using their political influence to lower their taxes, and many still remain entitled to what political scientist Jeffrey Winters calls “the income defense industry,” which keeps their taxes exceptionally low.
This is an on-going pattern...
Earlier this week, at least 18 companies including Apple, Nike, and Microsoft were in the doghouse for stashing profits in offshore tax havens to skirt $92 billion in U.S. taxes.
Chrystia Freeland, author of Plutocrats: The Rise of the New Global Super-Rich and the Fall of Everyone Else, stated in an interview:
You don't do this in a kind of chortling, smoking your cigar, conspiratorial thinking way. You do it by persuading yourself that what is in your own personal self-interest is in the interests of everybody else. So you persuade yourself that, actually, government services, things like spending on education, which is what created that social mobility in the first place, need to be cut so that the deficit will shrink, so that your tax bill doesn't go up.
And what I really worry about is, there is so much money and so much power at the very top, and the gap between those people at the very top and everybody else is so great, that we are going to see social mobility choked off and society transformed.
On the other hand, the global elite at the top are already tapping into the bulk of our gold reserves as fiat insurance and the big banks are complying by manipulating prices, hoping everyday investors like you and me will shy away in fear.
They know there's more chaos yet to come, and they're making sure they're prepared.
Cognitive Capture
If these trends continue, Freeland believes the elite at the very top of the food chain will capture the entire political system.
Chief economist at Citigroup, Willem Buiter, has referred to it as “cognitive capture.” Freeland responded to this in an interview with Bill Moyers:
His argument was that part of the reason the financial crisis happened is the entire intellectual establishment, not just people inside investment banks, but regulators, academic economists, financial journalists, had all been captured by the financial sector's vision of how the economy should work. 
This cognitive capturing will have profound impacts on the burgeoning wealth inequality gap. Elites will tell themselves they're acting in the “collective interest” by spending big money in powerful sectors...
As a result, less money will go to truly beneficial social programs, small businesses, and other things necessary to keep the middle class thriving and the poor above the poverty line.
Cutting people off from economic opportunity is the antithesis of capitalism. But plutocrats aren't interested in creating an environment where Outsiders can accumulate a comfortable wealth and achieve the American Dream — rather, they're interested in expanding their own bank accounts and sometimes giving a little extra support to the hand that feeds them. It's a vicious cycle.
The global elite consists of a small group with a big revolving door. While the politicians in Washington banter back and forth about how to restore the middle class via taxes and government transfer programs, the income inequality continues to grow.
The truth is you and I are ultimately on our own in this recovery phase.
That's why our sole goal here at the Outsider Club is to provide you with the insight and foresight you'll need to succeed independently. You can forget mainstream media — it too is controlled by the plutocrats.
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Just because you're not an Insider doesn't mean you can't prepare, plan, and profit like one.
Farewell for now,
Brittany Stepniak
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