Who ever ends the Fed will have to keep a bullet proof shield around them selves for the rest if their lives.. These bankers kill presidents who even mention such a thing.
Hello, would you please tell me who they had murdered?
I think President John F. Kennedy wanted us on the Gold Standard. He wanted us to curtail the Military Establishment,(which President Eisenhower warned Americans about). Kennedy did NOT allow them to TELL him what to do! He did take charge. They believed he would allow them to continue creating wars. Just like Johnson did when he said US was attacked in the Gulf of Tonkin! It never happened! Yet over 58,000 young men from my generation died!!
When I was in high school, after the Vietnam slaughter began, I did a research paper. We could be either for or against it.I became convinced it was wrong! During my oral presentation,a big,low-intellect, football player,crossed his arms.and glared at me! His angry outburst was shocking and scary! A few other numbskulls joined in! Through my inner rage, I asserted myself! Defending my research and my opinion! The teacher decided to step in. She agreed and supported my right to freedom of speech! The Alpha male, still glaring, reluctantly sat down. The rest of the monkeys were already sitting. Staring straight ahead.
During the same time, I was inspired to write a poem. It was about a poor, young, Black soldier, coming home from Vietnam. I felt it was good and so did others. So I submitted it for publication in the high school paper. I remember finding out it had been rejected. Then I remember this woman(I guess she was a teacher?),giving it back to me. Not understanding why it was rejected, I asked her. She seemed kind of upset. I remember her staring at me. I remember staring right back. She said something, which I don't remember? I do remember, though, that I didn't like her tone. So I asked,"What do you mean"? She finally said,"It was/or is? too controversial". I just said, "Hmm.....,ok" and walked out, remembering the newspaper. The words,"Sugar and Spice", came into my mind. Well, I thought, my poem isn't that! I don't do sugar and spice! I felt angry that a few people had control of what is or isn't published! I learned about censorship at the ripe old age of 15. Then I thought, hmm.......I kind of like that word,"controversial". I knew my poem was good. They knew my poem was good. It just didn't fit in with the pro- Vietnam War mindset in America. Eventually that all changed. Praise God!