Saturday, November 21, 2009
JFK was shot in the head by sniper fire in broad daylight in Texas. Can we all agree on that?
It is the rest of the puzzle that divides us - yes? Lone gunman vs. grassy knoll vs. someone in the storm drain etc... We don't have answers, it seems to me, because the evidence we need using todays technology is absent. By hook or by crook a story made its way to the populace. But conflicting accounts, omitted evidence, magic bullet theories and questions about means, motive and opportunity which accompany any crime naturally left doubt in the mind of the crowd. The mafia, Bay of Pigs, Vietnam military-industrial interests etc... - the question remains: Who HAD to kill JFK?
Please watch the video below - give it some thought - and ask yourself - why did JFK think it was so important to back our money? The man was brave and brilliant. Who stood to lose the most by JFK's actions regarding Executive Order 11110 - perhaps the Federal Reserve?Silver coins and silver-backed U.S. Notes vs. Federal Reserve notes backed by NOTHING. A note that is A legal tender for all debts public and private vs. a note that IS legal tender for all debts public and private. Look (CLICK) HERE for previous post pics so you can see the words for yourself on real bills.
I've often heard there is no intrinsic value in a Federal Reserve Note. I disagree. The intrinsic value of a modern Federal Reserve note is the valuable unique paper. This paper existing as a one dollar Federal Reserve Note can be bleached then re-printed by a counterfeiter with a $100 dollar designation - multiplying its value by 100. Presto - money for nothing! Although this is illegal it doesn't seem to differ much from what the Federal Reserve itself does - stamp paper with a number and call it money!
Interesting pics of historical money here
JFK was for the PEOPLE it seems to me - NOT the entrenched elite powers. Means, motive and opportunity must be considered in any murder - this murder is no different in that regard.
Posted by Barbara Diamond at 7:40 AM
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