Tinfoil Tuesday: Did the Fed assassinate JFK?September 18th, 2012
We’ve talked about Executive Order 6102 before. That’s when President Roosevelt ordered the confiscation of privately held gold. But what about Executive Order 11110? Precious metal enthusiasts aren’t as familiar with that one, because it was ultimately unsuccessful. But it’s more recent, and potentially far more important. In 1963 Executive Order 11110 amended the list of things that the Secretary of the Treasury was empowered to do, and some say that signing it is what got President John F. Kennedy assassinated.
EO 11110 empowered the Secretary of the Treasury to issue Silver Certificates and ordered the issuance of $4 billion, redeemable for silver from the US Treasury. It seems fairly insignificant until you realize that these would be US Treasury Notes, not Federal Reserve Notes which are not redeemable for silver. I have pointed out before that the problem with the Federal Reserve is not that they put ink to paper and call it money, but they have a monopoly on that service. Alternative private currencies, like the Liberty Dollar or the Gold Dinar are often run out of business.
Kennedy reasoned that the soaring national debt could be reduced by avoiding interest payments to the bankers of the Fed, because Federal Reserve Notes are loaned to the government with interest. Is it a coincidence that Kennedy was killed just weeks after EO 1110 was signed? Or that 1964 was the last year that the US ever minted silver coins, or redeemed silver certificates? Most popular conspiracy theories regarding the assassination of Kennedy allege in one way or another that global financial elites were involved, and it is well known and non-controversial that those global financial elites make up the banking fraternity that created and controls the Federal Reserve. Indeed, anyone who spoke against secret societies as unambiguously as Kennedy did in his famous 1961 speech must have been a target of clandestine powers.
Many also draw a parallel between the assassination of Kennedy and the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, who apposed the central bank of his day. Like Kennedy, Lincoln was trying to resolve the nation’s debt crisis, which was severe after the Civil War, by creating an interest-free currency called “Greenbacks,” and shortly after his assassination Greenbacks were taken out of circulation, just as silver certificates were.
What if the power of the Fed was so great that it could even quash a competition from the Treasury itself… by assassination if necessary.
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