by John Vodila
Bankers and Presidents with principles of liberty; Like hot sauce on pancakes!
This is a compilation of connections between assassinations and attempted assassinations of United states Presidents.
This report does not even touch on the long list of other Senators, Congressmen and private citizens that have been assassinated or have had attempts on their lives.
You will be taking a profound look into a very deep and dark part of our history, and remotely exploring the links between the banking and political systems of our nation.
I believe there is no limit to the evil some will impose upon this nation and the world to keep their greed, wealth, control and power over the people in check.
Debt and income taxes are slavery, it is power and control over you and I, the system we have today is a perpetuating debt engine, always thirsty and always being well maintained by the debt controllers, the International Private Bankers.
Andrew Jackson, 7th U.S. President, 1829-1837
When the 1816 charter of the privately owned Bank of the United States expired, Andrew Jackson vetoed its renewal.
Jackson’s Veto Message to Congress where he made two famous statements:
"The Bank is trying to kill me – but I will kill it!"
Later he said "If the American people only understood the rank injustice of our money and banking system – there would be a revolution before morning…"
Andrew Jackson, upon entry into the Oval Office, called a delegation of bankers into the White House and told them, "You are a den of vipers and thieves! I intend to rout you out, and by the grace of the Eternal God, will rout you out!"
1834, Jackson removed all government deposits from the Rothschild’s “Second Bank of the United States
January 31, 1835,An attempt to assassinate President Andrew Jackson by Richard Lawrence. Luckily for the President Jackson, the guns misfired before Lawrence was disarmed. President Jackson had to be held back from beating Lawrence with his cane. This was the first assassination attempt of a President of the United States.
Andrew Jackson in 1835 opposed a private national bank
"The bold effort the present (central) bank had made to control the government … are but premonitions of the fate that await the American people should they be deluded into a perpetuation of this institution or the establishment of another like it."
"Gentlemen, I have had men watching you for a long time and I am convinced that you have used the funds of the bank to speculate in the breadstuffs of the country. When you won, you divided the profits amongst you, and when you lost, you charged it to the bank. You tell me that if I take the deposits from the bank and annul its charter, I shall ruin ten thousand families. That may be true, gentlemen, but that is your sin! Should I let you go on, you will ruin fifty thousand families, and that would be my sin! You are a den of vipers and thieves."
"If Congress has the right under the Constitution to issue paper money, it was given to be used by themselves, not to be delegated to individuals or corporations."
— "I am one of those who do not believe that a national debt is a national blessing, but rather a curse to a republic; inasmuch as it is calculated to raise around the administration a moneyed aristocracy dangerous to the liberties of the country."
— "The Bible is the rock on which our Republic rests."
President Zachary Taylor 12th President of the United States, 1849–1850
Died after eating a bowl of cherries and milk… rumor killed by arsenic poisoning.
Zachary wrote before he was President "No country could prosper without an able independent judiciary, and a sound currency, neither of which has this state (Kentucky) been blessed with for some time past".
He disagreed with the Democrats over the concept of a strong national bank and opposed the extension of slavery into areas where cotton or sugar could not be grown.
President Zachary Taylor opposed a privately owned central bank.
He said that the Bank of the United States was dead and favored internal improvements, he would use the veto to protect the Constitution. His political friends, appalled at such statements, preferred that his views remain unknown.
"The idea of a national bank "is dead, and will not be revived in my time."
"In the discharge of duties my guide will be the Constitution, which I this day swear to preserve, protect, and defend."
President James Buchanan the 15th President of the United States 1857-1861
Suffered from arsenic poisoning whereas thirty eight other people at the banquet died.
President James Buchanan survived the poisoning he was a trusted friend of Andrew Jackson and exposed unconstitutional schemes of the Bank of the United States.
President James Buchanan opposed a privately owned central bank.
"To avoid entangling alliances has been a maxim of our policy ever since the days of Washington, and its wisdom no one will attempt to dispute."
"There is nothing stable but Heaven and the Constitution."
"The distribution of patronage of the Government is by far the most disagreeable duty of the President."
"Abstract propositions should never be discussed by a legislative body."
Abraham Lincoln-(1809-1865) the 16th President of the U.S.
In his First Annual Message to Congress, December 3, 1861, Abraham Lincoln stated:
"Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed, if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration. Capital has its rights, which are as worthy of protection as any other rights."
President Lincoln needed money to finance the Civil War, and the international bankers offered him loans at 24-36% interest.
Lincoln dismayed refused because he didn’t want to put the nation into such a monstrous debt.
Lincoln went to Congress about passing a law to authorize the printing of U.S. Treasury Notes.
Lincoln said "We gave the people of this Republic the greatest blessing they ever had – their own paper money to pay their debts"
Lincoln printed over 400 million "Greenbacks" (debt and interest-free) and paid the soldiers, U.S. government employees, and bought war supplies.
The international bankers didn’t like this and wanted Lincoln to borrow the money from them, so that they could charge interest to the American people on a loan.
Lincoln’s solution made this absurd. Shortly after Lincoln’s death, the government revoked the Greenback law which ended Lincoln’s debt-free, interest-free money.
A new national banking act was enacted and all currency became interest-bearing, and notes of debt, again.
"The money powers prey upon the nation in times of peace and conspire against it in times of adversity. It is more despotic than a monarchy, more insolent than autocracy, and more selfish than beaurocracy. It denounces as public enemies all who question its methods or throw light upon its crimes. I have two great enemies, the Southern Army in front of me and the bankers in the rear. Of the two, the one at my rear is my greatest foe."
Abraham Lincoln in 1865 opposed a private national bank
"It is an old maxim and a very sound one, that he that dances should always pay the fiddler. Now, sir, in the present case, if any gentlemen, whose money is a burden to them, choose to lead off a dance, I am decidedly opposed to the people’s money being used to pay the fiddler…all this to settle a question in which the people have no interest, and about which they care nothing. These capitalists generally act harmoniously, and in concert, to fleece the people, and now, that they have got into a quarrel with themselves, we are called upon to appropriate the people’s money to settle the quarrel."
"The government should create, issue, and circulate all the currency and credit needed to satisfy the spending power of the government and the buying power of consumers. The privilege of creating and issuing money is not only the supreme prerogative of government, but it is the government’s greatest creative opportunity. The financing of all public enterprise, and the conduct of the treasury will become matters of practical administration. Money will cease to be master and will then become servant of humanity."
I have been told I was on the road to hell, but I had no idea it was just a mile down the road with a Dome on it.
James A. Garfield-(1831-1881) 20th President of the United States.
President James A. Garfield said: "Whoever controls the money in any country is absolute master of industry and commerce".
James Garfield in 1881 opposed a private national bank
The chief duty of the National Government in connection with the currency of the country is to coin money and declare its value. Grave doubts have been entertained whether Congress is authorized by the Constitution to make any form of paper money legal tender. The present issue of United States notes has been sustained by the necessities of war; but such paper should depend for its value and currency upon its convenience in use and its prompt redemption in coin at the will of the holder, and not upon its compulsory circulation. These notes are not money, but promises to pay money. If the holders demand it, the promise should be kept.
By the experience of commercial nations in all ages it has been found that gold and silver afford the only safe foundation for a monetary system. Confusion has recently been created by variations in the relative value of the two metals, but I confidently believe that arrangements can be made between the leading commercial nations which will secure the general use of both metals. Congress should provide that the compulsory coinage of silver now required by law may not disturb our monetary system by driving either metal out of circulation. If possible, such an adjustment should be made that the purchasing power of every coined dollar will be exactly equal to its debt-paying power in all the markets of the world.
A brave man is a man who dares to look the Devil in the face and tell him he is a Devil.
He who controls the money supply of a nation controls the nation.
The truth will set you free, but first it will make you miserable.
President William McKinley, 1897-1901
Was known as a “hard money” man. This was because he advocated a gold standard. Unlike his opponent, William Jennings Bryan, McKinley was against “easy money” with no backing.
The McKinley administration passed the Gold Standard Act of 1900 making gold the standard for all the nations currency.
William McKinley in 1901 opposed a private national bank
"Our financial system needs some revision; our money is all good now, but its value must not further be threatened. It should all be put upon an enduring basis, not subject to easy attack, nor its stability to doubt or dispute. Our currency should continue under the supervision of the Government. The several forms of our paper money offer, in my judgment, a constant embarrassment to the Government and a safe balance in the Treasury."
"The free man cannot be long an ignorant man."
"In the time of darkest defeat, victory may be nearest."
John F. Kennedy -(1917-1963)-35th President of the United States
On June 4, 1963, President Kennedy issued Executive Order 11110.
This Executive Order called for the issuance of new currency -the United States Note.
At the time, nearly four billion dollars of this currency was put into circulation. This new currency was to be distributed through the U.S. Treasury and not the Federal Reserve System.
And was to be issued debt and interest free.
Upon Kennedy’s assassination, this currency was withdrawn from circulation, never to be issued again. See… Kennedy Solution
"The high office of the President has been used to foment a plot to destroy the Americans freedom and before I leave office I must inform the Citizen of his plight."
-PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY (Stated a short time before he was murdered)
John F. Kennedy in 1963 opposed a private national bank
Attempted assassinations twice in 1975:
President Gerald Ford, (July 14, 1913 – December 26, 2006) was the 38th President
Presidency was scarred by a controversial pardon to Richard Nixon and unwillingness to bail out New York City (in 1975) which was on the verge of economic collapse and promising to veto any "bailout for the city.
The New York Daily News reported the president’s position with the headline FORD TO CITY: DROP DEAD.
The like’s of Vice President Rockefeller, Treasury Secretary Simon and others within the White House began to suggest that government may have to save the city from collapse. Ford held his ground.. no bailout.
Is it a coincidence after two assassination attempts ford changed his mind and approved federal loans and a bailout to the city?
Nelson Rockefeller then Vice-President, a family member of the international bankers would have become President if the assassination attempt was successful.
Gerald Ford opposed a private national bank
"If Lincoln were alive today, he’d be turning over in his grave."
-Gerald R. Ford
"An American tragedy in which we all have played a part."
-Gerald R. Ford
"Government big enough to give you everything you want is a government big enough to take from you everything you have."
-Gerald R. Ford
"Our constitution works. Our great republic is a government of laws, not of men."
-Gerald R. Ford
The political lesson of Watergate is this: Never again must America allow an arrogant, elite guard of political adolescents to by-pass the regular party organization and dictate the terms of a national election.
-Gerald R. Ford
President Ronald Reagan, 1911-2004
Prior to this assassination attempt President Reagan was going to replace the Chairman of the Federal Reserve… Paul Volcker after the attempted assassination President Reagan changed his stance on this issue.
President Reagan requested a report to find out just where the Federal income tax dollars go, it was called the Grace Commission Report and it stated-
"One hundred percent of what is collected is absorbed solely by interest on the Federal debt and by the Federal Government contributions to transfer payments. In other words, all individual income tax revenues are gone before one nickel is spent on services which taxpayers expect from their Government"
These are the exact words from the document!
In other words every penny of our income taxes goes to pay the interest these private national foreign banks say we owe them.
Ronald Reagan in 1981 opposed a private national bank
"I just wanted to speak to you about something from the Internal Revenue Code. It is the last sentence of section 509A of the code and it reads: ‘For purposes of paragraph 3, an organization described in paragraph 2 shall be deemed to include an organization described in section 501C-4, 5, or 6, which would be described in paragraph 2 if it were an organization described in section 501C-3.’ And that’s just one sentence out of those fifty-seven feet of books."
"Are you entitled to the fruits of your labor or does government have some presumptive right to spend and spend and spend?"
"Have we the courage and the will to face up to the immorality and discrimination of the progressive tax, and demand a return to traditional proportionate taxation? … Today in our country the tax collector’s share is 37 cents of every dollar earned. Freedom has never been so fragile, so close to slipping from our grasp."
"Government does not tax to get the money it needs; government always finds a need for the money it gets."
History of the Privately owned Federal Reserve Bank. Rothschilds First Bank of the United States…1791-1811
Rothschilds Second Bank of the United States…1816-1836
Free Banking Era due to the efforts of President Andrew Jackson 1837-1913
Due to the Federal Reserve Act 0f 1914… the Federal Reserve 1914-to current consist of 7 private banks the largest share holders the Rothschilds of London holding fifty seven percent of the stock that is not available to the public for trading.
The Primary Owners of the Federal Reserve Bank Are:
1. Rothschild’s of London and Berlin
2. Lazard Brothers of Paris
3. Israel Moses Seaf of Italy
4. Kuhn, Loeb & Co. of Germany and New York
5. Warburg & Company of Hamburg, Germany
6. Lehman Brothers of New York
7. Goldman, Sachs of New York
8. Rockefeller Brothers of New York
There is only one thing more vial, sickening and putrid to the spirit of a free man or woman than the private banking monopoly, that is the one that stands up and defends it.