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

 
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Re: The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.
to the poster suggesting that monarchy is the best form of government, one could argue that monarchy exists in nature eg ant societies, and to my mind this suggests that it is a better system than man made systems.
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Re: The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.
I thought they were removing Andrew Jackson.

He needs to go just for the Indian Removal in the 1830s.

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Re: The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.
to the poster suggesting that monarchy is the best form of government, one could argue that monarchy exists in nature eg ant societies, and to my mind this suggests that it is a better system than man made systems.
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Yes, coming from a P.O.M., your intellectual thinking has not advanced beyond that of a hive mind insect. You can set your sights at being subservient insect at the bottom of the animal kingdom. But let the rest of us aspire to be humans.
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Re: The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.
I thought they were removing Andrew Jackson.



He needs to go just for the Indian Removal in the 1830s.
 Quoting: Engonoceras


Andrew Jackson once said:

"All the rights secured to the citizens under the Constitution are worth nothing, and a mere bubble, except guaranteed to them by an independent and virtuous Judiciary."

and

"The people are the government, administering it by their agents; they are the government, the sovereign power."

[link to www.brainyquote.com]

Both Jackson and Alexander Hamilton mentioned the importance of an independent judiciary and also commented on methods of preserving personal sovereignty.

Where did you hear about Jackson being replaced, and do you happen to know who they might be replacing him with?
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Re: The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.
Having seen the bush clinton bush now push Clinton or Bush...
Obviously a lot of people really want royalty for this country.
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Re: The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.
Hamilton was a Federalist who wanted a strong central government. How do you reconcile that?
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If Hamilton could see the monstrosity the Federal Reserve Banking system has become he would have never advocated a central banking system.
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Re: The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.
to the poster suggesting that monarchy is the best form of government, one could argue that monarchy exists in nature eg ant societies, and to my mind this suggests that it is a better system than man made systems.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69886447


Yes, coming from a P.O.M., your intellectual thinking has not advanced beyond that of a hive mind insect. You can set your sights at being subservient insect at the bottom of the animal kingdom. But let the rest of us aspire to be humans.
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yes, you might aspire to have a higher status, but whether we like it or not, you and i are both worker ants carrying out work for the hive.
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Re: The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.
Was Hamilton the Jew or Aaron Burkowitz?
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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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Yes, being born out of wedlock isnt really a condition to be kicked out of any Christian church, if that was the case they would have kicked Judahs children out of the so called church. If they didnt allow him into a Christian church in those days he had to have been of mixed blood and the Jewish school took him because no doubt they are of mixed blood through Edom's wives down the line.
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Re: The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.
Was Hamilton the Jew or Aaron Burkowitz?
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Re: The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.
I thought they were removing Andrew Jackson.

He needs to go just for the Indian Removal in the 1830s.
 Quoting: Engonoceras


Andrew Jackson once said:

"All the rights secured to the citizens under the Constitution are worth nothing, and a mere bubble, except guaranteed to them by an independent and virtuous Judiciary."

and

"The people are the government, administering it by their agents; they are the government, the sovereign power."

[link to www.brainyquote.com]

Both Jackson and Alexander Hamilton mentioned the importance of an independent judiciary and also commented on methods of preserving personal sovereignty.

Where did you hear about Jackson being replaced, and do you happen to know who they might be replacing him with?
 Quoting: Seventh from Adam


Hmmmm, except for the Indians of Alabama, Tennessee, and Mississippi who were denied due process and forcibly removed from their lands and territories established by Treaty with the US.

That's like saying the Confederacy was about State's Rights, as in it's the State's right to enslave Individuals which is the most extreme example of stripping of one's Constitutional Rights and basic Liberties.

But hey, keep waving that Confederate flag.
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Re: The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.
I thought they were removing Andrew Jackson.

He needs to go just for the Indian Removal in the 1830s.
 Quoting: Engonoceras


Andrew Jackson once said:

"All the rights secured to the citizens under the Constitution are worth nothing, and a mere bubble, except guaranteed to them by an independent and virtuous Judiciary."

and

"The people are the government, administering it by their agents; they are the government, the sovereign power."

[link to www.brainyquote.com]

Both Jackson and Alexander Hamilton mentioned the importance of an independent judiciary and also commented on methods of preserving personal sovereignty.

Where did you hear about Jackson being replaced, and do you happen to know who they might be replacing him with?
 Quoting: Seventh from Adam


Hmmmm, except for the Indians of Alabama, Tennessee, and Mississippi who were denied due process and forcibly removed from their lands and territories established by Treaty with the US.

That's like saying the Confederacy was about State's Rights, as in it's the State's right to enslave Individuals which is the most extreme example of stripping of one's Constitutional Rights and basic Liberties.

But hey, keep waving that Confederate flag.
 Quoting: Engonoceras


I Had forgotten that Hamilton was responsible for the 'Trail of Tears' removal of the native American people.

[link to www.history.com]

Considering the provocation of a race war, maybe removing Hamilton from the $10 bill was meant to inject even more tension. Same as with the Confederate flag... the attack on the flag was suppose 'to feed the fire' and create hostilities.

That being said, I want to thank you for bringing this information to the table.
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Re: The message behind the removal of Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill.
I thought they were removing Andrew Jackson.

He needs to go just for the Indian Removal in the 1830s.
 Quoting: Engonoceras


Andrew Jackson once said:

"All the rights secured to the citizens under the Constitution are worth nothing, and a mere bubble, except guaranteed to them by an independent and virtuous Judiciary."

and

"The people are the government, administering it by their agents; they are the government, the sovereign power."

[link to www.brainyquote.com]

Both Jackson and Alexander Hamilton mentioned the importance of an independent judiciary and also commented on methods of preserving personal sovereignty.

Where did you hear about Jackson being replaced, and do you happen to know who they might be replacing him with?
 Quoting: Seventh from Adam


Hmmmm, except for the Indians of Alabama, Tennessee, and Mississippi who were denied due process and forcibly removed from their lands and territories established by Treaty with the US.

That's like saying the Confederacy was about State's Rights, as in it's the State's right to enslave Individuals which is the most extreme example of stripping of one's Constitutional Rights and basic Liberties.

But hey, keep waving that Confederate flag.
 Quoting: Engonoceras


BTW, no one in this thread mentioned or implied support for the Confederate flag, nor the Confederacy lol.

Thanks again!