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Eight Presidents Who Opposed A Central Bank (Federal Reserve)

Since 1963, to this present day, the United States has remained under the control of the royal European banking elite through their control of the Federal Reserve who during this past nearly 60 years have all but dismantled what was once the great Nation known as the United States of America.

Trillions of Dollars Have Vanished and No One Is Talking About It

2 President John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) with the election the country’s fortunes neared victory when on June 4, 1963 President Kennedy issued Executive Order 11110 which for the first time since 1913 returned to the United States government the power to issue currency, without going through the Federal Reserve (Central Bank).

Five months later, on November 22, 1963, President Kennedy was brutally assassinated

What Paulus Minimus’s article doesn’t say is that the DAY after Kennedy’s Assassination, that proposal was dropped !


A List of Assassinated Leaders Who Had Opposed the Creation of Money “Ex Nihilo”

Eight Presidents Who Opposed A Central Bank (Federal Reserve)

why did america allowed this to happen, biggest mistake a country can make is letting individual people control your currency

Any President that Would Dare Oppose The Federal Reserve Gets Assassinated


For those at the top of this pyramid, there is no way to fail. What is extraordinary, is that this is multi-generational. Century after century. Politicians, bankers and the elite see this monetary debt system as the way it should work. Our minds have been warped into believing that one entity is allowed to create financial wealth out of nothing — and for another entity, this becomes a crime.

I suggest the following reading - for those who actually wish to understand -


Sadly despite many alternatives being put forward over the years - the fact is that I would rather have the money supply in the hands of cynical manipulators as they are - than fools - such as our politicians !

The basic problem being that ALL Money is fraudulent fiction ! - BUT we absolutely need a medium of exchange and a convenient store of value !

So what alternative do we have ?


central banks also put out the idea that a government can’t produce their own currency because government intervention, that’s not true, there are many independent government agencies across America with no government intervention unless there are massive corruption

lets see what happens with el salvador.

Bitcoin: El Salvador’s president declares cryptocurrency legal tender

The president of El Salvador has declared bitcoin “legal tender”, allowing it to be used as an official form of currency in the country.

this guy is the only one who called out the feds, where is he now?

Remembering those who made July 4th possible



Long history going back 2,000 years of killing those who tried to change the world for the good of the masses

Sad it has to be stated. But, this is the world we live in.


12 Pros and Cons of Refusing to Stand or Kneeling for the National Anthem

List of the Pros of Not Standing for the National Anthem

1. Standing is a traditional that dates back to 1891 in the United States.
Americans didn’t always stand for the national anthem. It slowly became a tradition in the late 1800s thanks to a ceremony at West Point where the cadets would stand when the song was played. You might say that their actions went viral through word-of-mouth, which led others to start standing when the anthem would play – even though it wasn’t officially the Star-Spangled Banner until 1931. Most Americans treated “God Save Saxony” as the national anthem until then, which was lifted from the song “God Save the King” – the British national anthem.

2. Standing for the national anthem is a way to honor those who fought and died.
Over 1.2 million Americans have died while fighting for their country throughout the history of the United States. Many people make the decision to stand during the national anthem because of people like William Williams, who had part of his leg blown off fighting for what he loved while his status was classified as a runaway slave. The perspective from this key point is that the action of standing is a way to reflect on those who no longer have the ability to do so.

“I believe every American, when the national anthem is played, should cover their hearts and think about all the men and women who have been maimed and killed,” said former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly. “Every American should stand and think for three lousy minutes.”

3. Standing during the national anthem is a way to focus on what unites Americans.
Americans like to identify themselves based on the state where they live, which is a tradition that goes back to the colonial days. You are a New Yorker, a Texan, and so forth. What unites all of the states together is a union which puts the benefits of being together, celebrating our diversity, to become strong. Whether it is at a professional sports event, a public gathering, or a high school football game, the action of standing is a symbolic way to show that each person wants to do their best for their country.

It is an action that is free of religion, race, or which team someone decides to cheer for once the game starts. The political differences found in the United States don’t even apply during this time. It is a salute to what makes the U.S. one of the greatest countries on the planet.

4. Standing is also a tribute to the idea of democracy.
Although some people may not agree with the action of standing or pledging to the American flag for religious reasons – and many would say that God should come first – the act of rising to one’s feet is to honor the idea that as of 2019, there have been 45 presidents that served their country. It is an act which recognizes that the U.S. system of government, divided into 50 unique states, is still united under the federal system.

Americans do not (and probably will never have) a monarchy, a dictatorship, or any other form of government because there is such a love of having elected officials represent them in their local legislature and in Washington, DC.

5. Standing for the national anthem is a salute to the idea of justice.
When one looks at the Stars and Stripes, the colors of the flag have a specific meaning. White represents the innocence and purity of those who found to create the country in the first place. Blue is a representation of their perseverance and vigilance because there was a desire to find justice. Red then represents their valor and steadfast nature.

The idea that patriotism is about taking pride in the past is one that is inaccurate. Those who stand for the flag are doing so because they want to represent the principles found in the colors of the banner that waves. It is to honor the concept that people can change the country and the world – people like Martin Luther King, Jr.

6. Standing during the national anthem sets an example for the next generation.
The act of standing is a representation of love. It is not a decision that is made because everyone else is doing it. Patriotism is passed along from one generation to the next like any other talent or skill. When people stand when the national anthem plays, they are doing so because it is a representation of the hopes that the next generation has to make the world a better place. There are specific moral truths to live out in this passion, including justice, courage, and perseverance.

Parents stand for the anthem and flag because they want their children to stand up for what they believe in what it becomes their time to lead.

List of the Cons of Not Standing for the National Anthem

1. Kneeling or refusing to stand brings attention to injustice.
Even though people stand to represent justice in America, there are minority groups in the country which do not have the same access to peace and prosperity. Kneeling or deciding not to stand for the national anthem is a way to bring more attention to the people who get none in their community, in the press, or even in the criminal justice system.

The same people who stand for justice when the Star-Spangled Banner plays are ready to discriminate against others because of their lifestyle, religious beliefs, or even the color of their skin. If everyone is an American, then shouldn’t each person receive fair and equal treatment?

2. Kneeling is done to honor those who have served the country.
When Kaepernick first started his protests, he decided to sit on the bench next to the Gatorade containers without really saying much. Then he transitioned to the kneeling aspect of his actions because doing so was more respectful to military veterans and their families than remaining seated. Despite the heavy levels of criticism that were levied toward the players who refused to stand or locked arms with one another, the point that everyone was trying to make was getting some traction.

“I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppressed black people and people of color,” Kaepernick said after his first protest. “To me, this is bigger than football, and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.”

3. Kneeling or not standing up during the national anthem rarely happens at home.
This key point is one that also drives the debate for or against kneeling or deciding not to stand. Although there are people who say that the stand when the national anthem plays on TV when they are home, most individuals do not. “I only do it at sporting events out of social obligation,” said one commenter on Reddit. “I love American, but that really doesn’t have anything to do with the Bruins playing the Stars.”

Standing is a point of etiquette more than a social norm. That means the protest of kneeling or not standing is more a violation of what people think of as a “normal” action, so their response is one that takes the issue personally instead of looking at the actions of someone else.

4. Kneeling or refusing to stand shines a light on inconsistent law enforcement policies.
The reality of police brutality in the United States is something that is polarizing and contentious, but it still exists. There have been repeated videos showing law enforcement officers killing unarmed black men. In Freeport, IL, an African-American was arrested on suspicion of stealing hospital equipment because he was walking around outside with the IV attached because security guards reported that he was trying to leave with it.

If you are a person of color or fall outside of what is the typical gender spectrum in the United States, then you are a minority. That means when people stand for the flag, for their own reasons, they are securing their sense of patriotism with others. Kneeling does the same for those who feel like that patriotism is more like a form of oppression.

5. Kneeling or refusing to stand was rebranded by the White House to be something it is not.
After coming into office, President Trump and the White House repeatedly attempted to tell the American public that those who were protesting were doing it as a protest of the flag instead of against racism and policy brutality in the United States. Some people criticized Kaepernick and others about bring politics into sports instead of just focusing on their job. The reality of life as an American citizen is that people can be political. They can be spiritual. They can also choose to avoid those things.

Many people feel like football, and sports in general, is somehow sacrosanct. The idea that you abandon who you are to become a gladiator for the amusement of others is a perspective that puts Americans closer to Romans – and we all know how that empire turned out.

6. Kneeling or refusing to stand for the national anthem is also a tradition.
Athletes from the United States have often used their stage as a way to make an impact on the politics of the day. Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised a black power salute during the 1968 Olympic Games from the podium – an action that expelled them from the rest of the games and triggered death threats. Muhammad Ali refused to be drafted into the war in Vietnam, serving jail time because a country that treated African-Americans as “subhuman” felt like they were good enough to die for another cause.

don’t become a patriot when it fits your sick minded agenda

Who here thinks this is good policy?


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my bad dennis i was wrong you are fondness :love_you_gesture:

only in america

Rittenhouse attorney wants to show victim was sex offender

It’s not all bad news.

The measure would spend an additional $155 million on technology aimed at improving security at borders and entry ports and provides $20 million for body-worn cameras for immigration and border officers

The measure would dedicate $170 million to build new Integrated Migrant Processing Centers, which are aimed at speeding up processing for illegal immigrant families, and $42 million for the Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, which reviews and investigates complaints against Border and Customs agents, including “violation of rights while in immigration detention or as a subject of immigration enforcement.”

The bill would add no funding for additional Border Patrol agents or border barriers and would rescind $2.06 billion allocated during the Trump administration for the construction of a border wall.