Trump Enters the Assassination Zone

October 14, 2018 in News by Ken

by Rand Clifford for Veterans Today

All assassinated US presidents shared something as off-limits as it gets, fighting the debt plague of Rothschild central banking;  Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley, Kennedy.
And now, Trump has gone on record with:
—  “The Federal Reserve is an unelected cabal of central bankers that is running our economy into the ground, and the only way we are going to fix our long-term economic and financial problems is if we abolish it.”
Regarding the fed continuing to raise interest rates despite recent market turbulence, Trump just accused the fed of, “Going loco”…and, “They are so tight. I think the Fed has gone crazy.”
Crazy, loco…abolish the fed…whoa! One thing history guarantees: Mess with the Rothschild privilege, and you are dead.
Will Trump be our fifth president to learn what history has guaranteed? History repeats itself because of the cabal plaguing humanity for so many centuries. Ultimately, our future depends on The People doing the heavy lifting….
Andrew Jackson would have been our first president to be assassinated for attacking that Rothschild privilege; fortunately both of the assassin’s pistols misfired. Jackson beat the assassin with his cane until the crowd took over….
Jackson was more colorful back in 1835, when freedom of speech was still healthy:
—  “You are a den of vipers. I intend to rout you out, and by the Eternal God I will rout you out. If the people only understood the rank injustice of our money and banking system, there would be revolution before morning.”
The U.S. has had three Rothschild-controlled central banks. The First Bank of the United States (1791-1811); The Second Bank of the United States (1816-1836); “The Federal Reserve” (until death do us part)?
Jackson vetoed renewal of the charter for the Second Bank of the United States several years early, July 10, 1832. Not long after his “…den of vipers” declaration, Jackson told his vice president, “The bank, Mr. Van Buren, is trying to kill me.”
Whenever asked about what he considered his greatest accomplishment, Jackson always replied: “I killed the bank.”