posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 06:05 PM
The deadline for all of us to have accomplished our Federal Income Tax Returns is April 15.
President Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln Assassinated April 15, 1865.
Abraham Lincoln may have been many things but one thing is certain, he worked valiantly to prevent the Rothschild’s attempts to involve themselves
in financing the Civil War.
The Rothschild interests did succeed, through their agent Treasury Secretary Salmon P. Chase, to force a bill (the National Banking Act) through
Congress creating a federally chartered central bank that had the power to issue U.S. Bank Notes. Afterward, Lincoln warned the American people:
“The money power preys upon the nation in time of peace and conspires against it in times of adversity. It is more despotic than monarchy, more
insolent than autocracy, more selfish than bureaucracy. I see in the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves me, and causes me to tremble for
the safety of our country. Corporations have been enthroned, an era of corruption will follow, and the money power of the country will endeavor to
prolong its reign by working upon the prejudices of the people, until the wealth is aggregated in a few hands, and the republic is destroyed.”
Lincoln continued to fight against the central bank, and some now believe that it was his anticipated success in influencing Congress to limit the
life of the Bank of the United States to just the war years that was the motivating factor behind his assassination.
Modern researchers have uncovered evidence of a massive conspiracy that links the following parties to the Bank of Rothschild: Lincoln’s Secretary
of War Edwin Stanton, John Wilkes Booth, his eight co-conspirators, and over seventy government officials and businessmen involved in the
When Booth’s diary was recovered by Stanton’s troops, it was delivered to Stanton. When it was later produced during the investigation, eighteen
pages had been ripped out. These pages, containing the aforementioned names, were later found in the attic of one of Stanton’s descendants.
From Booth’s trunk, a coded message was found that linked him directly to Judah P. Benjamin, the Civil War campaign manager in the South for the
House of Rothschild. When the war ended, the key to the code was found in Benjamin’s possession.
The assassin, portrayed as a crazed lone gunman with a few radical friends, escaped by way of the only bridge in Washington not guarded by Stanton’s
“Booth” was located hiding in a barn near Port Royal, Virginia, three days after escaping from Washington. He was shot by a soldier named Boston
Corbett, who fired without orders. Whether or not the man killed was Booth is still a matter of contention, but the fact remains that whoever it was,
he had no chance to identify himself. It was Secretary of War Edwin Stanton who made the final identification. Some now believe that a dupe was used
and that the real John Wilkes Booth escaped with Stanton’s assistance.
Mary Todd Lincoln, upon hearing of her husband’s death, began screaming, “Oh, that dreadful house!” Earlier historians felt that this
spontaneous utterance referred to the White House. Some now believe it may have been directed to Thomas W. House, a gun runner, financier, and agent
of the Rothschild’s during the Civil War, who was linked to the anti-Lincoln, pro-banker interests.
It comes as a shock to many to discover that the Federal Reserve is not an agency of the United States Government.
The name “Federal Reserve Bank” was designed to deceive, and it still does. It is not federal, nor is it owned by the government. It is privately
owned. It pays its own postage like any other corporation. It’s employees are not in civil service. Its physical property is held under private
deeds, and is subject to local taxation. Government property, as you know, is not.
It is an engine that has created private wealth that is unimaginable, even to the most financially sophisticated. It has enabled an imperial elite to
manipulate our economy for its own agenda and enlisted the government itself as its enforcer. It controls the times, dictates business, affects our
homes and practically everything in which we are interested.
It takes powerful force to maintain an empire, and this one is no different. The concerns of the leadership of the “Federal Reserve” and its
secretive international benefactors appear to go well beyond currency and interest rates.
President Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jackson was the first President from west of the Appalachians. He was unique for the times in being elected by the voters, without the direct
support of a recognized political organization. He vetoed the renewal of the charter for the Bank of the United States on July 10, 1832.
In 1835, President Andrew Jackson declared his disdain for the international bankers:
“You are a den of vipers. I intend to rout you out, and by the Eternal God I will rout you out. If the people only understood the rank injustice of
our money and banking system, there would be a revolution before morning.”
There followed an (unsuccessful) assassination attempt on President Jackson’s life. Jackson had told his vice president, Martin Van Buren, “The
bank, Mr. Van Buren, is trying to kill me….”
Was this the beginning of a pattern of intrigue that would plague the White House itself over the coming decades? Was his (and Lincoln’s) death
related by an invisible thread to the international bankers?
President James Abram Garfield
President James Abram Garfield, our 20th President, had previously been Chairman of the House Committee on Appropriations and was an expert on fiscal
matters. (Upon his election, among other things, he appointed an unpopular collector of customs at New York, whereupon the two Senators from New
York–Roscoe Conkling and Thomas Platt–resigned their seats.)
President Garfield openly declared that whoever controls the supply of currency would control the business and activities of all the people. After
only four months in office, President Garfield was shot at a railroad station on July 2, 1881. Another coincidence.