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The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.

 
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Total Rothschild agent.

Fuck Alex he was no Lincoln.
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Maybe he was a Rothschild agent, or maybe he wasn't.

Either way one question remains... what benefit was there for Rothschild to gain through ratification of the Constitution?
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Rothschild couldn't do SHIT about it.

He sends destroyers.
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OP, read the offer thread.

Ask yourself why Almina Wombwell snuck into Tut's tomb.

She Rothschild mistress of small hips

TUT WAS MOSES' ACHILLES ...1350 the age of Moses

ALSO ADAM

Papyrii were catalogued, inventoried

but never seen.
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The family of Akhenaten the artist/sculptor Behind Tut's mask

exists as an enigma larger than this solar system.

It's good to study history OP.

hf
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...


He is partly responsible for the US central bank leading to the Federal Reserve.


I am on the fence over this topic. On one hand he is good, on the other hand I disagree with the Federal Reserve.

He may have had good intentions and others hijacked the concept.
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I agree with you as well. He did contribute heavily to the creation of the central bank, modeling it after the same system in the UK.

I'm not sure that the Federalists from then could even imagine the enormity and intrusiveness of our current federal government.
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Last two nations with out a central bank = Iran and North Korea.

Not even the US President is allowed in the Federal Reserve building. That I feel is contempt to US sovereignty.


I support Imperialism and am against Federalism. Federalism is like multiculturalism, it doesn't work too well in the long run.


A nation like China can have a leader run the Nation for 30+ years. Where as a US President can only max at 8 years.

Now, the US is only capable of 8 year plans or less. While the leader who is in power his entire life can act on a lifetime plan.

Which can provide stronger, more impacting results over the Nation they rule.
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Thanks for this info, this is some good stuff. I had no idea that the only two countries left without a central bank was Iran and North Korea. That is epic, everyone needs to know that.

The president of the United States isn't allowed in the Federal Reserve building...

DOrolleyes

That's absurd!

I always felt that the one thing that could unify the citizens of the United States against this evil would be outing the Federal Reserve.

As far as Imperialism is concerned, I understand your position... but there would have to be a mechanism for citizens to remove such an imbedded leader in the case of civil rights abuse.

Interesting, thought provoking comments... thank you again!
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People in power today would like us to believe a Monarch or some form of one person rule is wrong and dangerous.

Though I provide these points....

Mankind's greatest days of peace were under Monarch rule. Democracy is the government that starts more wars than any other government type...historically speaking.


In truth, every King or Queen that became oppressive was executed or exiled by the citizens. That was the balance of power. One person ruled as best they can. The people truly have the power.

The people grant power to the King. If the King gets out of control, the people take that power back and reinstate a new King.

An elected body of many individuals has a strong defense against citizen power take over. More people in power, the harder it is to remove them. Even more so when the true rulers keep in the shadows. All this does is prevent the citizen from acting on their rights of power balance.


If there is one person ruling and they are in the open, well known. Then the citizens can remove that person if they are pushed hard enough. Most of the time the guards and those loyal will protect the Ruler.

But as we are discussing, oppression strong enough can even turn the Rulers guards on them.

In a modern democracy, even the closest guards can't turn on them, as the power is held in multiple families, people.



It is very similar to male/female relationships. The man has true power over the female, physically. But, the female has true power of compassion over the male, emotionally.

The male grants power to the female to care for him. She in turn receives the benefit of protection. The female is the one in power 99% of the time. As the male allows it.

If the female becomes hyper-emotional, the male takes control of the situation and settles things down. When the issue is resolved, the male relaxes and the female returns to power.

Equally, if the female suffers from a faulty male, she leaves the group. Monogamous or polygamous. Polygamous relationships aren't easy and fail often. Polygamous government is a democracy, republic, etc...Monogamous government is monarch and other single focus of power governments.

The gentle but yet effective balance of power.


Ruler and Citizen. The two often live in harmony. Current socialist, democrats and even many republicans try to focus on the bad rulers of the past. But in reality, mankind's greatest era of peace was under monarch rule.

Democracy started in Russia (more like gained serious momentum) , which is what removed the Tsar from power. Along with other powerful royal families around the world. Few remained to what is today....British, Saudi, and Chinese or Japanese royalty.

Anyways, this Democracy, the DUMA is what lead to Communism. Like a butterfly, Democracy is the Caterpillar which cocoons into Communism.

Which led to one of the largest acts of genocide in our history in Soviet Russia.


And now, where ever Democracy is started, the seeds of communism were planted.

Look to the past, every democracy ends up a social type government.

The Monarchy is one of the very few governments that remains stable over many lifetimes. Where is the greatest loyalty to your previous ruler? Lineage, children, family.

It is far more likely a child will continue some part of their parents legacy. Not always but far more often then the next President would. Most Presidents oppose the last Rulers agenda. This causes tremendous government weakness. The nation fails and is consumed by a social government.


In time, the Monarchs of the past will resurrect soon.

I am Romanov, grandson of Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova (i know, long story...another time)

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Hamilton was a Federalist who wanted a strong central government. How do you reconcile that?
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I had a hard time with that as well until I realized how weak the previous union was.

Regardless, the Federalists of then were the proponents of our current Constitution.
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He is partly responsible for the US central bank leading to the Federal Reserve.


I am on the fence over this topic. On one hand he is good, on the other hand I disagree with the Federal Reserve.

He may have had good intentions and others hijacked the concept.
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Yup. John Adams had some real problems with Hamilton over his central bank stance. Some even go so far as to refer Hamilton as an agent of the crown.
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The states refused to honor the foreign debts incurred as a result of the Revolutionary War. Without surety, foreign entities would not do business with the fledlging nation. The US Constitution was the surety document required to discharge debt and establish international commerce (a "constitutor" in commercial law is he who promised to pay the principal debt of another). Hamilton, as the first Treasury Secretary, took the lead in funding the states' debts and establishing the national bank, where the debt issued by foreign bankers became currency and the assets pledged to the creditors could be quantified.

Hamilton was the sweetheart of the bankers, and was instrumental in ensuring the new nation would continue to be subject to the crown and indebted to the Bank of England, controlled by the Rothschilds. The removal of his image from the currency perhaps foretells the coming of a new global monetary order.
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Hamilton was the first Black cabinet member, He was 1/16th black and by the one drop rule. he certainly qualified. So why are they removing the only black person from our bills?
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In a democracy, the government assumes true power, ultimate power. Which ultimately corrupts.

In a Monarchy, the true power, the ultimate power lies in the citizen. As a loved Ruler is protected and allowed to rule and is above the persecution of an individual person. But not above the persecution of a large number of people.

A modern democracy is above the persecution of both the individual and a large group.


When the Ruler knows the citizen can dispose them, they are truly held responsible in the Court of Mankinds Law. Not the Court of Government Law.

And what drives people, our hearts. We all live to be happy and curse at anything that forces us to live sadly.

When rulership is defined by the population at large, the will of that which is good is great encouraged. the citizen wins and life improves over time.


I know, I am rambling......kind of led of topic so I will stop at this post. I am in no way trying to derail.....sorry OP.
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In a democracy, the government assumes true power, ultimate power. Which ultimately corrupts.

In a Monarchy, the true power, the ultimate power lies in the citizen. As a loved Ruler is protected and allowed to rule and is above the persecution of an individual person. But not above the persecution of a large number of people.

A modern democracy is above the persecution of both the individual and a large group.


When the Ruler knows the citizen can dispose them, they are truly held responsible in the Court of Mankinds Law. Not the Court of Government Law.

And what drives people, our hearts. We all live to be happy and curse at anything that forces us to live sadly.

When rulership is defined by the population at large, the will of that which is good is great encouraged. the citizen wins and life improves over time.


I know, I am rambling......kind of led of topic so I will stop at this post. I am in no way trying to derail.....sorry OP.
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No apologies needed... I come to GLP to exchange ideas and learn new things. I would never stop the flow of information.

This is interesting stuff. I appreciate you sharing your point of view on the subject of a ruling monarchy. I find your statements regarding democracy fascinating.

cheers
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The states refused to honor the foreign debts incurred as a result of the Revolutionary War. Without surety, foreign entities would not do business with the fledlging nation. The US Constitution was the surety document required to discharge debt and establish international commerce (a "constitutor" in commercial law is he who promised to pay the principal debt of another). Hamilton, as the first Treasury Secretary, took the lead in funding the states' debts and establishing the national bank, where the debt issued by foreign bankers became currency and the assets pledged to the creditors could be quantified.

Hamilton was the sweetheart of the bankers, and was instrumental in ensuring the new nation would continue to be subject to the crown and indebted to the Bank of England, controlled by the Rothschilds. The removal of his image from the currency perhaps foretells the coming of a new global monetary order.
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Are you saying that the states being united under the Constitution was an acknowledgement of their debts?

Hmmmmm, interesting. I never thought about this. Maybe the Constitution isn't exactly the document we have all been led to believe after all.

Thanks for the info, I will look into this more.
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Are you saying that the states being united under the Constitution was an acknowledgement of their debts?

Hmmmmm, interesting. I never thought about this. Maybe the Constitution isn't exactly the document we have all been led to believe after all.

Thanks for the info, I will look into this more.


That is exactly what I'm saying.
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Hamilton was the first Black cabinet member, He was 1/16th black and by the one drop rule. he certainly qualified. So why are they removing the only black person from our bills?
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I'm not sure of the relevance here, they are planning to replace his image with that of Harriet Tubman's.
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Are you saying that the states being united under the Constitution was an acknowledgement of their debts?

Hmmmmm, interesting. I never thought about this. Maybe the Constitution isn't exactly the document we have all been led to believe after all.

Thanks for the info, I will look into this more.


That is exactly what I'm saying.


I guess it is time for me to give that document a thorough reading again... what other purposes are contained within it?
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Note the language used in the preamble:

"secure the Blessings of Liberty"

The document is a "security", pledging the National government's assets to discharge the debt.

Similarly, the Social Security Act of 1935 pledges YOU as a security to discharge the still-unpaid debt.
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True the US was having trouble collecting money to defend itself. The Federalist were being stingy on purpose to overthrow the current Articles of Confederation , while Jefferson was away serving as ambassador to France. AH wanted a strong central government, because like Obama , he wanted to be part of a monarchy, with himself elevated above others.
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So Odd how Hamilton's family background contrast Obama's family background. He was born of a south indies, black women, a bastered, with a white father, who did ensure he was cared for and educated. He rose to power under mysterious means. He became extremely popular, and would have been the next president, had he not been shot in a dual, in which he supposedly missed on purpose.
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Alexander Hamilton was a freemason, a sodomite and a Royalist. He wanted a king for your Country.


He was a traitor to your country and an agent of the Rothschilds, who was responsible for the "First Bank of the United States" a Rothschild controlled Federal reserve of it's day.

Maybe he is being pulled off because his plans for the U.S. are finally beginning to fail the elite.
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hesright
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So Odd how Hamilton's family background contrast Obama's family background. He was born of a south indies, black women, a bastered, with a white father, who did ensure he was cared for and educated. He rose to power under mysterious means. He became extremely popular, and would have been the next president, had he not been shot in a dual, in which he supposedly missed on purpose.
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More information I have never come across... 'mysterious' means?

What were the circumstances in which he rose to power?

Why did he miss his mark on purpose?
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Whenever you have centralized power you will eventually get tyranny. Especially when the courts are hand picked by that central power
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Whenever you have centralized power you will eventually get tyranny. Especially when the courts are hand picked by that central power
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I disagree

Entropic AND anti-Entropic forces are required for the very existence of everything.

The body grows and organizes, forces organizing towards a centralized concept, a structure.

The body decays and spreads out.


Both forces are required for harmony. You can not have 100% Anarchy and you can't have 100% dictatorship either.

You need a focal point for civil organization. Which brings us technology, air conditioners, farms, motors, clothes, etc.

At the same time, you also need a force of deconstruction.


A monarchy worked because both forces found a good balance. The Monarch had rulership over individual persecution for the benefit of organizing efforts greater than 1 mans abilities. Space travel is an example of organized effort under one point of rule.

I agree with monarchy, this is an entitled opinion of mine. I feel the citizenry has demonstrated time and time again the ability to depose a rotten King or Queen.

It is a system that worked well and history shows this.

The greatest genocides, largest wars, highest imprisonment, persecution and even animal life extinction events ALL started when Democracy flourished.

Even the US founding Fathers knew this danger. They escaped a rotten Monarchy. But the socialist/democrats are FAR worse and are destroying the planet itself. Along with all of us with it.


Besides, most people agree with Monarchy and don't even know it. Christians would put Jesus in power in a heart beat. Islam would put their Mahdi in power in a flash second. Jewish would put their savior in power right away.

All three major religions support Monarchy.

Food for thought
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Are you saying that the states being united under the Constitution was an acknowledgement of their debts?
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WAR DEBTS

specifically

the only debt which invokes Constitutor* relationship.

* See Black's "Constitutor" One who pays the debts of another.
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Whenever you have centralized power you will eventually get tyranny. Especially when the courts are hand picked by that central power
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I disagree

Entropic AND anti-Entropic forces are required for the very existence of everything.

The body grows and organizes, forces organizing towards a centralized concept, a structure.

The body decays and spreads out.


Both forces are required for harmony. You can not have 100% Anarchy and you can't have 100% dictatorship either.

You need a focal point for civil organization. Which brings us technology, air conditioners, farms, motors, clothes, etc.

At the same time, you also need a force of deconstruction.


A monarchy worked because both forces found a good balance. The Monarch had rulership over individual persecution for the benefit of organizing efforts greater than 1 mans abilities. Space travel is an example of organized effort under one point of rule.

I agree with monarchy, this is an entitled opinion of mine. I feel the citizenry has demonstrated time and time again the ability to depose a rotten King or Queen.

It is a system that worked well and history shows this.

The greatest genocides, largest wars, highest imprisonment, persecution and even animal life extinction events ALL started when Democracy flourished.

Even the US founding Fathers knew this danger. They escaped a rotten Monarchy. But the socialist/democrats are FAR worse and are destroying the planet itself. Along with all of us with it.


Besides, most people agree with Monarchy and don't even know it. Christians would put Jesus in power in a heart beat. Islam would put their Mahdi in power in a flash second. Jewish would put their savior in power right away.

All three major religions support Monarchy.

Food for thought
 Quoting: -VonAmoR-


This trend of thought is absurd. A constitutional democratic republic is the only way to go. The brits and their monarchy are a mess.
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Whenever you have centralized power you will eventually get tyranny. Especially when the courts are hand picked by that central power
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I disagree

Entropic AND anti-Entropic forces are required for the very existence of everything.

The body grows and organizes, forces organizing towards a centralized concept, a structure.

The body decays and spreads out.


Both forces are required for harmony. You can not have 100% Anarchy and you can't have 100% dictatorship either.

You need a focal point for civil organization. Which brings us technology, air conditioners, farms, motors, clothes, etc.

At the same time, you also need a force of deconstruction.


A monarchy worked because both forces found a good balance. The Monarch had rulership over individual persecution for the benefit of organizing efforts greater than 1 mans abilities. Space travel is an example of organized effort under one point of rule.

I agree with monarchy, this is an entitled opinion of mine. I feel the citizenry has demonstrated time and time again the ability to depose a rotten King or Queen.

It is a system that worked well and history shows this.

The greatest genocides, largest wars, highest imprisonment, persecution and even animal life extinction events ALL started when Democracy flourished.

Even the US founding Fathers knew this danger. They escaped a rotten Monarchy. But the socialist/democrats are FAR worse and are destroying the planet itself. Along with all of us with it.


Besides, most people agree with Monarchy and don't even know it. Christians would put Jesus in power in a heart beat. Islam would put their Mahdi in power in a flash second. Jewish would put their savior in power right away.

All three major religions support Monarchy.

Food for thought
 Quoting: -VonAmoR-


This trend of thought is absurd. A constitutional democratic republic is the only way to go. The brits and their monarchy are a mess.
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-VonAmor- did make an excellent point in one of his comments above. You can't defend against tyranny in a democracy.

Voting is susceptible to corruption and the two party system can be manipulated into one being a controlled opposition.

If you manage to remove the president from office they have another chosen one to put right back in place.

shoefit

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Whenever you have centralized power you will eventually get tyranny. Especially when the courts are hand picked by that central power
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I disagree

Entropic AND anti-Entropic forces are required for the very existence of everything.

The body grows and organizes, forces organizing towards a centralized concept, a structure.

The body decays and spreads out.


Both forces are required for harmony. You can not have 100% Anarchy and you can't have 100% dictatorship either.

You need a focal point for civil organization. Which brings us technology, air conditioners, farms, motors, clothes, etc.

At the same time, you also need a force of deconstruction.


A monarchy worked because both forces found a good balance. The Monarch had rulership over individual persecution for the benefit of organizing efforts greater than 1 mans abilities. Space travel is an example of organized effort under one point of rule.

I agree with monarchy, this is an entitled opinion of mine. I feel the citizenry has demonstrated time and time again the ability to depose a rotten King or Queen.

It is a system that worked well and history shows this.

The greatest genocides, largest wars, highest imprisonment, persecution and even animal life extinction events ALL started when Democracy flourished.

Even the US founding Fathers knew this danger. They escaped a rotten Monarchy. But the socialist/democrats are FAR worse and are destroying the planet itself. Along with all of us with it.


Besides, most people agree with Monarchy and don't even know it. Christians would put Jesus in power in a heart beat. Islam would put their Mahdi in power in a flash second. Jewish would put their savior in power right away.

All three major religions support Monarchy.

Food for thought
 Quoting: -VonAmoR-


This trend of thought is absurd. A constitutional democratic republic is the only way to go. The brits and their monarchy are a mess.
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I offer history as an example, you offer an opinion with no supporting literature.

The British are a mess, but then Monarchy isn't perfect. Neither is any government. But Democracy is the seed of Communism. History PROVES this. Read and learn. You can start by researching the Communist transition in Russia. How the Democratic underground party rose to power. What they did to their citizens and the world.


Religion....all three major religions support Monarch rule. You must be an atheist or a man of God not clearly understanding this.


If you wish to debate this, provide structure to your reasoning. Otherwise your opinion has no mass to it. Makes it stale, boring and very unconvincing.
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If you're gonna take away a President from
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residing there now?

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The removal of Hamilton from the $10 bill is just the start.

The next "victim" will be Jefferson on the $2 bill because "he owned slaves and the $2 bill is hardly used anymore anyway so who really cares."

Then Franklin will be removed from the $100 and Jackson from the $20.

Look for a move to be made to replace Franklin on the $100 bill with Wilson who is on the $100000 bill as Wilson is one of the early 20th century progressives that laid the ground work for the shit that is happening now and revered by the globalists for founding the League of Nations.

The only 3 that are safe are Lincoln, Grant, and Wilson; all the others will eventually be removed as they don't fit the history that is being written.
Repeal the 17th Amendment and the Reapportionment Act of 1929!

Thread: First steps down the road to a return to the Constitutional Republic that we were intended to be.

Restore the Republic.

Thread: The Bill of Rights does NOT include age requirements!

It's a flower, not something to be feared.

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Fundamental Transformation...
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Fundamental Transformation...
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Grand Unified theory = shit changes

lol

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The removal of Hamilton from the $10 bill is just the start.

The next "victim" will be Jefferson on the $2 bill because "he owned slaves and the $2 bill is hardly used anymore anyway so who really cares."

Then Franklin will be removed from the $100 and Jackson from the $20.

Look for a move to be made to replace Franklin on the $100 bill with Wilson who is on the $100000 bill as Wilson is one of the early 20th century progressives that laid the ground work for the shit that is happening now and revered by the globalists for founding the League of Nations.

The only 3 that are safe are Lincoln, Grant, and Wilson; all the others will eventually be removed as they don't fit the history that is being written.
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That's a cool thread linked in your signature... I'll finish reading later tonight.

In your opinion, what would be the reason for the removal of Jefferson, Franklin and Jackson?

Are they rewriting history? In a few decades would anyone even remember these men and their contributions?

Is the Confederate flag another example of this?

How do we search and identify any other examples of this history purge?
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Re: The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.
The removal of Hamilton from the $10 bill is just the start.

The next "victim" will be Jefferson on the $2 bill because "he owned slaves and the $2 bill is hardly used anymore anyway so who really cares."

Then Franklin will be removed from the $100 and Jackson from the $20.

Look for a move to be made to replace Franklin on the $100 bill with Wilson who is on the $100000 bill as Wilson is one of the early 20th century progressives that laid the ground work for the shit that is happening now and revered by the globalists for founding the League of Nations.

The only 3 that are safe are Lincoln, Grant, and Wilson; all the others will eventually be removed as they don't fit the history that is being written.
 Quoting: Anonymous Cowherder


That's a cool thread linked in your signature... I'll finish reading later tonight.

In your opinion, what would be the reason for the removal of Jefferson, Franklin and Jackson?

Are they rewriting history? In a few decades would anyone even remember these men and their contributions?

Is the Confederate flag another example of this?

How do we search and identify any other examples of this history purge?
 Quoting: Seventh from Adam


I believe that our history (not just American history, but all of human history) has been rewritten many times but it's next to impossible to prove.

Phantom Time Theory (300 "missing" years) is one theory, right or wrong it provokes thought.



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George Orwell said is very succinctly in 1984 with "Who controls the past controls the future; who controls the present controls the past."

at 1:02 in this video, Michelle Obama announces what her husband knows is going to have to be done.



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"Barack knows that we are going to have to make sacrifices; we are going to have to change our conversation; we're going to have to change our traditions, our history; we're going to have to move into a different place as a nation."

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we're witnessing a rewrite; definition of words are being changed, symbols are being given different meanings, individual's pasts are being white-washed.

it's a slow process, but the Progressives keep progressing.
Repeal the 17th Amendment and the Reapportionment Act of 1929!

Thread: First steps down the road to a return to the Constitutional Republic that we were intended to be.

Restore the Republic.

Thread: The Bill of Rights does NOT include age requirements!

It's a flower, not something to be feared.

:cow: - Moo!