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oneear69

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#382 Feb 4, 2014
There were no WMDs, of course, and Perle has dumped the blame for the, "bad intelligence," on George Tenet. But what is known is that the Pentagon Office of Special Plans was coordinating with a similar group in Israel, in Ariel Sharon's office.

With two suspected Israeli spies (at least) inside the office from which the lies that launched the war in Iraq originated, it appears that the people of the United States are the victims of a deadly hoax, a hoax that started a war using the blood and money of American citizens for the purposes of Israeli oppression.

The leaking of the investigation of AIPAC to the media on August 28th, 2004 gave advance warning to other spies working with Franklin. The damage to the FBI's investigation was completed when United States Attorney General John Ashcroft ordered the FBI to stop all arrests in the case.

Like the Stephen Bryen case and the hunt for, "Mega," this latest spy scandal seems destined by officials who have their own secret allegiances to protect, barring a massive public outcry.
oneear69

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#383 Feb 4, 2014
-tip- wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =mmfPZgTEK3oXX
yes I understand your attention span is short, and there is a lot to read.If you choose to ignore or deny public record, the fault is not mine, but yours.Ignorance is not bliss my friend. The choice of critical thinking is yours alone.

“animis opibusque parati”

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#384 Feb 4, 2014
A mind is a terrible thing to waste...on Jew Derangement Syndrome [JDS].

On the upside, you've earned a ticket to a threesome on the Jew Hater Express.

Send a postcard.
Just one, please.
oneear69

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#385 Feb 4, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
stupidity, but also there is not enough gold to back a monetary system as large as the USA.
Capitalism is the means in which our global monetary system is managed and regulated, only North Korea and Cuba have no links to the IMF. China owns a great deal of the American debt, There is only about 3 Olympic swimming pools of actual gold mined in the world, not enough as you say for a gold standard.Irrelevant in a world of 7billion, without causing a fabricated scarcity.What would be better ,is the greenback, a tool of trade and barter, based on actual supply and demand of labour and commodity.Regulated and owned by government, without interest.Assuming we the people are government, and we as citizens are participating and not following .As is the case in our now present, bread and circus politics.
oneear69

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#386 Feb 4, 2014
-tip- wrote:
A mind is a terrible thing to waste...on Jew Derangement Syndrome [JDS].
On the upside, you've earned a ticket to a threesome on the Jew Hater Express.
Send a postcard.
Just one, please.
Mock all you want, my friend. It does not change the facts of why and how our current social systems are corrupt and manipulated. Had you spent the time to read the information, you would realize this.

“animis opibusque parati”

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#387 Feb 4, 2014
Please do not ever call me friend, nut job.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#388 Feb 4, 2014
-tip- wrote:
Please do not ever call me friend, nut job.
Hey friend.

Could you loan me a barrel of oil?

woof
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#389 Feb 4, 2014
-tip- wrote:
Please do not ever call me friend, nut job.
Such hostility, my friend. I think you need to pray.
oneear69

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#390 Feb 4, 2014
-tip- wrote:
Please do not ever call me friend, nut job.
Don't cry ,my friend. Use your critical thinking,
oneear69

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#391 Feb 4, 2014
"Our financial system is a false one and a huge burden on the people ... This Act establishes the most gigantic trust on earth."--Congressman Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Sr.

The speeches of Senator LaFollette and Congressman Lindbergh became rallying points of opposition to the Aldrich Plan in 1912. They also aroused popular feeling against the Money Trust. Congressman Lindbergh said, on December 15, 1911, "The government prosecutes other trusts, but supports the money trust. I have been waiting patiently for several years for an opportunity to expose the false money standard, and to show that the greatest of all favoritism is that extended by the government to the money trust."

Senator LaFollette publicly charged that a money trust of fifty men controlled the United States. George F. Baker, partner of J.P. Morgan, on being queried by reporters as to the truth of the charge, replied that it was absolutely in error. He said that he knew from personal knowledge that not more than eight men ran this country.

The Nation Magazine replied editorially to Senator LaFollette that "If there is a Money Trust, it will not be practical to establish that it exercises its influence either for good or for bad."

Senator LaFollette remarks in his memoirs that his speech against the Money Trust later cost him the Presidency of the United States, just as Woodrow Wilsonís early support of the Aldrich Plan had brought him into consideration for that office.

Congress finally made a gesture to appease popular feeling by appointing a committee to investigate the control of money and credit in the United States. This was the Pujo Committee , a subcommittee of the House Banking and Currency Committee, which conducted the famous "Money Trust" hearings in 1912, under the leadership of Congressman Arsene Pujo of Louisiana, who was regarded as a spokesman for the oil interests. These hearings were deliberately dragged on for five months, and resulted in six-thousand pages of printed testimony in four volumes. Month after month, the bankers made the train trip from New York to Washington, testified before the Committee and returned to New York. The hearings were extremely dull, and no startling information turned up at these sessions. The bankers solemnly admitted that they were indeed bankers, insisted that they always operated in the public interest, and claimed that they were animated only by the highest ideals of public service, like the Congressmen before whom they were testifying.

The paradoxical nature of the Pujo Money Trust Hearings may better be understood if we examine the man who single-handedly carried on these hearings, Samuel Untermyer. He was one of the principal contributors to Woodrow Wilsonís Presidential campaign fund, and was one of the wealthiest corporation lawyers in New York. He states in his autobiography in "Whoís Who" of 1926 that he once received a $775,000 fee for a single legal transaction, the successful merger of the Utah Copper Company and the Boston Consolidated and Nevada Company, a firm with a market value of one hundred million dollars. He refused to ask either Senator LaFollette or Congressman Lindbergh to testify in the investigation which they alone had forced Congress to hold. As Special Counsel for the Pujo Committee, Untermyer ran the hearings as a one-man operation. The Congressional members, including its chairman, Congressman Arsene Pujo, seemed to have been struck dumb from the commencement of the hearings to their conclusion. One of these silent servants of the public was Congressman James Byrnes, of South Carolina, representing Bernard Baruchís home district, who later achieved fame as "Baruchís man", and was placed by Baruch in charge of the Office of War Mobilization during the Second World War.
oneear69

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#392 Feb 4, 2014
Although he was a specialist in such matters, Untermyer did not ask any of the bankers about the system of interlocking directorates through which they controlled industry. He did not go into international gold movements, which were known as a factor in money panics, or the international relationships between American bankers and European bankers. The international banking houses of Eugene Meyer, Lazard Freres, J. & W. Seligman, Ladenburg Thalmann, Speyer Brothers, M. M. Warburg, and the Rothschild Brothers did not arouse Samuel Untermyerís curiosity, although it was well known in the New York financial world that all of these family banking houses either had branches or controlled subsidiary houses in Wall Street. When Jacob Schiff appeared before the Pujo Committee, Mr. Untermyerís adroit questioning allowed Mr. Schiff to talk for many minutes without revealing any information about the operations of the banking house of Kuhn Loeb Company, of which he was senior partner, and which Senator Robert L. Owen had identified as the representative of the European Rothschilds in the United States.

The aging J.P. Morgan, who had only a few more months to live, appeared before the Committee to justify his decades of international financial deals. He stated for Mr. Untermyerís edification that "Money is a commodity." This was a favorite ploy of the money creators, as they wished to make the public believe that the creation of money was a natural occurrence akin to the growing of a field of corn, although it was actually a bounty conferred upon the bankers by governments over which they had gained control.

J.P. Morgan also told the Pujo Committee that, in making a loan, he seriously considered only one factor, a manís character; even the manís ability to repay the loan, or his collateral, were of little importance. This astonishing observation startled even the blasť members of the Committee.

The farce of the Pujo Committee ended without a single well-known opponent of the money creators being allowed to appear or testify. As far as Samuel Untermyer was concerned, Senator LaFollette and Congressman Charles Augustus Lindbergh had never existed. Nevertheless, these Congressmen had managed to convince the people of the United States that the New York bankers did have a monopoly on the nationís money and credit. At the close of the hearings, the bankers and their subsidized newspapers claimed that the only way to break this monopoly was to enact the banking and currency legislation now being proposed to Congress, a bill which would be passed a year later as the Federal Reserve Act. The press seriously demanded that the New York banking monopoly be broken by turning over the administration of the new banking system to the most knowledgeable banker of them all, Paul Warburg.
oneear69

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#393 Feb 4, 2014
Senator Root raised the problem of inflation, claiming that under the Federal Reserve Act, note circulation would always expand indefinitely, causing great inflation. However, the later history of the Federal Reserve System showed that it not only caused inflation, but that the issue of notes could also be restricted, causing deflation, as occurred from 1929 to 1939.

One of the critics of the proposed "decentralized" system was a lawyer from Cleveland, Ohio, Alfred Crozier: Crozier was called to testify for the Senate Committee because he had written a provocative book in 1912, U.S. Money vs. Corporation Currency.* He attacked the Aldrich-Vreeland Act of 1908 as a Wall Street instrument, and he pointed out that when our government had to issue money based on privately owned securities, we were no longer a free nation.

Crozier testified before the Senate Committee that, "It should prohibit the granting or calling in of loans for the purpose of influencing quotation prices of securities and the contracting of loans or increasing interest rates in concert by the banks to influence public opinion or the action of any legislative body. Within recent months, William McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury of the United States was reported in the open press as charging specifically that there was a conspiracy among certain of the large banking interests to put a contraction upon the currency and to raise interest rates for the sake of making the public force Congress into passing currency legislation desired by those interests. The so-called administration currency bill grants just what Wall Street and the big banks for twenty-five years have been striving for, that is, PRIVATE INSTEAD OF PUBLIC CONTROL OF CURRENCY. It does this as completely as the Aldrich Bill. Both measures rob the government and the people of all effective control over the publicís money, and vest in the banks exclusively the dangerous power to make money among the people scarce or plenty. The Aldrich Bill puts this power in one central bank. The Administration Bill puts it in twelve regional central banks, all owned exclusively by the identical private interests that would have owned and operated the Aldrich Bank. President Garfield shortly before his assassination declared that whoever controls the supply of currency would control the business and activities of the people. Thomas Jefferson warned us a hundred years ago that a private central bank issuing the public currency was a greater menace to the liberties of the people than a standing army."

It is interesting to note how many assassinations of Presidents of the United States follow their concern with the issuing of public currency; Lincoln with his Greenback, non-interest-bearing notes, and Garfield, making a pronouncement on currency problems just before he was assassinated.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#394 Feb 4, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
<quoted text> Don't cry ,my friend. Use your critical thinking,
Tip is upset that she doesn't live in Mississippi.

woof
oneear69

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#395 Feb 4, 2014
The Federal Reserve System began its operations in 1914 with the activity of the Organization Committee, appointed by Woodrow Wilson, and composed of Secretary of the Treasury William McAdoo, who was his son-in-law, Secretary of Agriculture Houston and Comptroller of the Currency John Skelton Williams.

On January 6, 1914. J.P. Morgan met with the Organizing Committee in New York. He informed them that there should not be more than seven regional districts in the new system.

This committee was to select the locations of the "decentralized" reserve banks. They were empowered to select from eight to twelve reserve banks, although J.P. Morgan had testified he thought that not more than four should be selected. Much politicking went into the selection of these sites, as the twelve cities thus favored would become enormously important as centers of finance. New York, of course, was a foregone conclusion. Richmond was the next selection, as a payoff to Carter Glass and Woodrow Wilson, the two Virginians who had been given political credit for the Federal Reserve Act. The other selections of the Committee were Boston, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Chicago, St. Louis, Atlanta, Dallas, Minneapolis, Kansas City, and San Francisco. All of these cities later developed important "financial districts" as the result of this selection.

These local battles, however, paled in view of the complete dominance of the Federal Reserve bank of New York in the system. Ferdinand Lundberg pointed out, in Americaís Sixty Families, that, "In practice, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York became the fountainhead of the system of twelve regional banks, for New York was the money market of the nation. The other eleven banks were so many expensive mausoleums erected to salve the local pride and quell the Jacksonian fears of the hinterland. Benjamin Strong, president of the Bankers Trust (J.P. Morgan) was selected as the first Governor of the New York Federal Reserve Bank. Adept in high finance, Strong for many years manipulated the countryís monetary system at the discretion of directors representing the leading New York banks. Under Strong, the Reserve System was brought into interlocking relations with the Bank of England and the Bank of France. Benjamin Strong held his position as Governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York until his sudden death in 1928, during a Congressional investigation of the secret meetings between Reserve Governors and heads of European central banks which brought on the Great Depression of 1929-31."25

Strong had married the daughter of the President of Bankers Trust, which brought him into the line of succession in the dynastic intrigues which play such an important role in the world of high finance. He also had been a member of the original Jekyll Island group, the First Name Club, and was thus qualified for the highest position in the Federal Reserve System, as the Governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York which dominated the entire system.
oneear69

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#396 Feb 4, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Tip is upset that she doesn't live in Mississippi.
woof
I'm just trying to share the facts, of our current manipulation of this current fiat based monetary system. Some take it personally, which is not my intention. Rather it is our human history, good or bad. As easy as it is to point out , the corruption and manipulation of the Elitists. Their ability to do so, is the lack of participation of an informed and educated citizenry..It is we the people that give our trust, in this system of servitude and inequality. And the pyramid of power will only change when we the people stand in solidarity, and through general consensus ,change the system.

Trayvonius Martinez

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#397 Feb 4, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes Bubba, I get that.
Problem is, that Canadian tar sand oil is heading to Europe once it hits Port Arthur.
Your cohorts here don't believe me, but soon they'll see.
woof
Really, Douchie? The Europeans are going to forgo oil from the North Sea, Russia, Nigeria and the Middle East for Alberta tar sands product?
You have a screw loose.

“animis opibusque parati”

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#398 Feb 4, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
<quoted text> Don't cry ,my friend. Use your critical thinking,
Seek help immediately.
Take the C(he) and (D)uke students with you.
On your way, remind Duke that Canadian fuel is powering your vehicle...and that of every other American.

Nevermind...your JDS likely prevents you from understanding such simple concepts as well.

Carry on then, all of you...nutjobs.

Trayvonius Martinez

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#399 Feb 4, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
<quoted text> I'm just trying to share the facts, of our current manipulation of this current fiat based monetary system. Some take it personally, which is not my intention. Rather it is our human history, good or bad. As easy as it is to point out , the corruption and manipulation of the Elitists. Their ability to do so, is the lack of participation of an informed and educated citizenry..It is we the people that give our trust, in this system of servitude and inequality. And the pyramid of power will only change when we the people stand in solidarity, and through general consensus ,change the system.
Go back under your rock, Mr. Keegstra.

“animis opibusque parati”

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#400 Feb 4, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>
Such hostility, my friend. I think you need to pray.
A loving reminder of Jesus' words concerning those averse to His Word:

ďDo not give dogs what is holy, and do not throw your pearls before pigs..."

“animis opibusque parati”

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#401 Feb 4, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Tip is upset that she doesn't live in Mississippi.
woof
Duke is upset that she can't understand basic economics.

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