The Ghostfighters

December 3, 2012

Assassinated Presidents

Filed under: Assassinated Presidents — prowlland @ 10:26 am

 

Follow the money:

http://www.larouchepub.com/eiw/public/2008/2008_50-52/2008_50-52/2008-50/pdf/26-35_3548.pdf

American Presidents who have been assassinated,
were advancing U.S. interests in fierce conflict with
British geopolitical aims. In each case, the killing, and
the accession to office of the Vice President, hindered
or reversed the policy direction of the murdered Presi-
dent. This is true of those shot to death—Abraham Lin-
coln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley, and John F.
Kennedy. It is also true of the two 19th-Century Presi-
dents who died abrupt and surprising deaths in office,
purportedly of natural causes, William Henry Harrison
and Zachary Taylor.

Lincoln:

printed 400 million dollars worth of Greenbacks (the exact amount being $449,338,902), money that he delegated to be created, a debt-free and interest-free money to finance the War.

JFK:

Executive Order 11110 was issued by U.S. President John F. Kennedy on June 4, 1963.

This executive order delegated to the Secretary of the Treasury the President’s authority to issue silver certificates under the Thomas Amendment of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, as amended by the Gold Reserve Act. The order allowed the Secretary to issue silver certificates, if any were needed, during the transition period under President Kennedy’s plan to eliminate silver certificates.

Garfield: 

was murdered, in
1881, because he was waging a virtual war against the British Empire. His ally, James Blaine  warned Garfield against
“the machine in New York,” run by banker August Belmont , a Rothschild lackey, and head of the Democratic Party.

William McKinley:

was elected to the Presidency in 1896, on a platform of  high wages and defiance of British free-trade doctrines. His Vice President
Teddy Roosevelt (below) became President when McKinley was shot and killed by a disciple of the anarchist Emma Goldman, who maintained
headquarters in London. T.R. was the leading representative of the British imperial-model war part

As President, Teddy Roosevelt blatantly attacked
and intimidated Latin America, blackening the name of
the American republic. He broke up the U.S. alliances with Japan, with Russia, and with Germany. He closed
the American West to settlement, cancelled all of Lin-
coln’s  economic  development  measures,  and  turned
over national financial power to the British banking
cartel of Rothschild and Morgan

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