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A little history of the US dollar
« on: March 24, 2015, 08:16:23 AM »
A little history of the US dollar
John F Kennedy had plans to abolish the Federal Reserve system, which prints "worthless" money backed by "nothing", and charges interest on it(the interests we pay lol"), making us a debtor nation to a group of international bankers. He wanted to use United States Notes, and he signed a presidential document, called Executive Order 11110, on June 4, 1963. This gave JFK, as U.S. President, legal clearance to create true money, that would belong to the people, and eliminate the Federal Reserve Bank, and their false money. Kennedy had already begun issuing U.S. government money that was free of debt to replace the Federal Reserve dollars we have been using. A number of "Kennedy bills" were indeed issued - with the heading "United States Note", instead of "Federal Reserve Note" - but were quickly withdrawn after Kennedy's death. Records show that Kennedy issued $4,292,893,825 of true money. It was clear that Kennedy was out to eliminate the criminal Federal Reserve System. It is interesting to note that, only one day after Kennedy's assassination, all the United States notes which Kennedy had issued were called out of circulation. All of the money President Kennedy had created was destroyed, and not a word was said to the American people. Johnson and CIA were behind the assassination. A young man at that time who actually worked as a CIA agent and involved to execute and cover up the assassination, become a CIA director and president.

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