The 2012 Elections. America’s Last Hurrah
March 23, 2012
Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable. John F. Kennedy
An entire generation of Americans had great hopes for President Kennedy. He was murdered on the 53rd anniversary of the first day of the meetings that created the Federal Reserve bank on November 22, 1910. That meeting was attended by men who represented the Rockefellers, the Rothschilds, and JP Morgan. Paul Warburg attended in person, They drafted the legislation that was enacted as the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. By murdering President Kennedy on that day the bankers were sending a clear message to the American voters: You will not tamper with the banking system we created to transfer all of your wealth to us. His death also allowed Israel to develop nuclear weapons. And it allowed the bankers to demoralize America by getting her into the Vietnam war so she could lose it.
On April 4, 1967 Martin Luther King made his famous “Beyond Vietnam” speech at the Riverside church in New York. He had planned to go to Washington DC in the summer of 1968 to shut the town down until the war stopped. But he was murdered on the first anniversary of his most famous anti-war speech as a message to Americans that they must have wars without end until they have bankrupted themselves. Of King’s speech the Jewish owned Washington Post said, “He had diminished his usefulness.” After JFK’s death, Life magazine took photos of his assassination in the order of 1-2-3 and published them on their cover in the order of 3-2-1 to convince the public that their beloved President had been shot by a lone assassin. That same Life magazine condemned MLK as a demagogue for his “Beyond Vietnam” speech.
On June 6, 1968 Robert F Kennedy was murdered on the night he had won the California Democratic primary and had given people hope of a different future. The man who was arrested for his murder was in front of RFK and could never have shot him in the back. RFK’s death put the nail in the lid of the coffin of the anti-war and bank reform movements,
In passing I would like to recommend a book from Trine Day publishers Me and Lee How I came to know, love and lose Lee Harvey Oswald by Judyth Vary Baker. She worked with Oswald at a top secret government lab in New Orleans that created viruses to give people cancer. American cancer rates have gone up 2,000 % since that lab started work. That book can be thought of as a companion to Dr Mary’s Monkey.