Politics

GOVERNMENT – A GIANT PONZI SCHEME

When did it all begin?   You know what I’m talking about.   When did the corruption get so out of control that it became a giant ‘Ponzi Scheme’?

Well,  my friends,  it happened long before most of you can remember.   Does anyone remember the assignation of President J. F. Kennedy?   I do but I was very young at the time.   It is one of those days that you never forget.

Kennedy was going to replace the Federal Reserve notes with silver.   That would have put the Federal Reserve Bank of New York out of business.

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Executive order 11110 gave the U.S . the ability to create its own money backed by silver.   Kennedy was on his way to preventing the national debt from reaching its current level .   It would have given the government the ability to repay its debt without going to the Federal Reserve and being charged interest in order to create new money.

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The order has never been repealed.   If it had been used by an American president,  our debt would never have reached such a high level.

8But people make money from war and the creation of money from a privately owned central bank.   The profits of the elite would have plummeted without this element.

Government is corrupt.   Only a non-politician can even come close to revealing this corruption that has lasted since the Kennedy assignation.

So life goes on in D.C.  under a ‘Ponzi Scheme’.   The reality of debt is no more than the greed for money within the hands of those we only hear about.

The Clinton family uses a ‘Ponzi Scheme’ very effectively.   They have the Clinton Foundation which is not in reality a charity at all.   Sure it does charitable work but only a small percentage of money actually helps anyone but themselves.

Will America vote Democratic in the up-coming election?   My hope is only for the American people to wake up and smell the coffee.   Trump is our only hope for the future of America.

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