The War of 1812
So now we must ask ourselves was the failure of the Government to recharter the First United States Bank, the conduit of payments on the debt owed to London and Rome from the Revolutionary War, what really led to the War of 1812?
Official History tells us no, it was about press gangs that preyed on American Shipping by the British Navy who would then force captured American sailors into the British Navy.
It sounds nice, but the fact remains the same that it was the British who initiated the war, and it was the British who attacked the shores of America? Seems like a lot of trouble to go to just because our government was upset about American sailors having their ships prized at sea and then pressed into the British Navy.
It’s much more logical to conclude that the British were incensed that the payments on the land the Revolutionaries had attempted to steal from Europe and Roman Oligarchs and Monarchs had stopped with the ending of the First Bank of the United States.
Once again as in the Revolutionary War, when the War of 1812 concluded with the Treaty of Ghent, the English Monarch once more dictated the terms despite tactical military defeat.
What’s more shortly after the War President Madison was able to finally push through legislation for a Second United States Bank citing the rampant inflation caused during the war of 1812 as the justification.
Two questions remain though, was the rampant inflation a byproduct of falling out of the good graces of London and Rome by ceasing payments on the Revolutionary War Debts and prohibiting the King of England from acting as our Arch-Treasurer by allowing London to control America’s money through a foreign owned Central Bank like the present Federal Reserve, and the First United States Bank.
Was the inflation a natural outcropping of being isolated from International Trade which Rome and the Europeans cut and blockaded once the First United States Bank failed and the payments stopped?
The second question is did we agree in the Treaty of Ghent to open another Central Bank and once more let the English Monarch control our money through it, as a means to end the hostilities from Brittan?
What’s more is what kinds of interest and penalties were tacked on to America’s collective debt to the English Monarchy and Rome as a result?
Above is the Second United States Bank, yet another Roman facade and edifice!
A few shining Moments
As the 1820’s rolled around, not everyone was happy with the outcome of the War of 1812, as the Founding Fathers started dying off and a new generation of Americans suddenly found itself confronted with a mountain of debt owed to foreign powers, talk of conspiracies, and the Masons having conspired with the British and to hide these truths from the people spread like wild fire.
Masonic Lodges were burned to the ground and Freemasons left the Order in droves.
Yet as the vestiges of the Founders clashed with that new generation on just what these things meant, how they came to be, and what was to be done, a remarkable and charismatic man, cut of legendary cloth, a rare veteran of the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, and one of it’s grand heroes stepped to the fore…
Old Hickory, President Andrew Jackson was ready to lead one more gallant charge, in a quest to become President and do away with the Second Bank of the United States.
Now let us go back to the Treaty of Paris, where King George reserves his right to be Prince Elector of the United States and Arch-Treasurer of the United States.
Then let us consider that Andrew Jackson set his sites on doing away with two things, the Second Bank of the United States, and the Electoral College that chooses the President.
The Electoral College is in fact how the English Monarchs can still alter the vote of the people of the United States, it is set up to work Exactly like the Prince Electors of the Holy Roman Empire did at it’s height.
Jackson struggled mightily against both and managed to do away with the Second Bank of the United States but did not succeed in his efforts to do away with the Electoral College, or to limit the Presidency to just one term, which he also lobbied hard for.
Now here in lies the rub, Jackson succeed in making sure that when the Second United States Bank 20 year charter ended it would not be renewed, but…Jackson also worked harder than any other President before or since to pay off our National Debt.
In 1835, a year before the Second Bank of the United States Charter would expire; Jackson managed to get the Federal Debt down to 33,733.05 cents!
Now ladies and gentlemen in the entire history of our nation, that was the closest we ever got to being free!
The Second Bank of the United States would continue to operate unofficially for 5 years after it’s charter ended, with International Money Speculators, and Traders using that institution to send Inflation spiraling.
So close and yet so far, the truth is that even to this day, the United States does not actually own the title to the land that it dwells on. It’s still leveraged, and you and I are still paying for it!
We are more in debt today than we have ever been to London, Rome and the International Money Cartel, and that is what our taxes go to pay.
In fact while the Government’s Budget has nothing to do with our National Debt, which is entirely separate, hence the confusion when someone like President Clinton has a Budget Surplus, that doesn’t mean we had no National Debt, just that the Government spent less money that it was allotted that year, and was not operating on a Deficit.
The government though only operates on 11% of what the budget is allowed for it, the Budget includes a larger percentage for financing the debt on past Military Expeditions, and Expenditures than it does on running the government.
Andrew Jackson had one more fine distinction to his advantage, when the Southern States were first wanting to secede from the Union over the Second National Bank and the Nation’s Debts and what it saw as corrupt manipulation by Northern Interests in manipulating these things Jackson talked them out of it with words, and not guns like Lincoln would a few decades later.
Geoge Bancroft wrote the veto message to Congress when Jackson vetoed the renewal of the Charter in 1836 to highlight the following perils of the Second Bank of the United States.
1. That it exposed Government to control by Foreign Interests
2. It concentrated the Nation’s wealth into a single institution.
3. It served ostensibly just to make the rich richer.
4. It had too much control over members of Congress
5. If favored North Eastern States over the Southern and Western ones.
Despite the distortions in the press and media, Americans should never mistake that it was the South who left the Union and not over Slavery, but because of financial malfeasance in Washington and the North East that worked against it.
There is though more than one way to skin a cat, and while Jackson’s victories were incomplete they would also prove to be short lived.
[edit on 15/4/10 by ProtoplasmicTraveler]