Speech Lets the Eagle Screech!!
The "U.S." Bank
Cabotian National Anthem was written by Francis
Scott Key during the war of 1812.
The war of 1812
was fought over the re-establishment of the "U.S." Bank.
The Bank was
first established in 1791 and its charter was to last for 20 years.
It expired in 1811 and the Bank of "England" declared
war on the United States.
the "U.S." Bank, the Bank of "England" hoped to make
slaves of the Cabotians and steal the land for Spain and the Vatican!!
Oh, say can you see, by the
dawn's early light,
What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming?
Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the perilous
O'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming?
And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.
O say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
On the shore, dimly
seen through the mists of the deep,
Where the foe's haughty host in dread silence reposes,
What is that which the breeze, o'er the towering steep,
As it fitfully blows, now conceals, now discloses?
Now it catches the gleam of the morning's first beam,
In full glory reflected now shines on the stream:
'Tis the star-spangled banner! O long may it wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave.
And where is that band who so
That the havoc of war and the battle's confusion
A home and a country should leave us no more?
Their blood has wiped out their foul footstep's pollution.
No refuge could save the hireling and slave
From the terror of flight, or the gloom of the grave:
And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave.
Oh! thus be it
ever, when freemen shall stand
Between their loved homes and the war's desolation!
Blest with victory and peace, may the heaven-rescued land
Praise the Power that hath made and preserved us a nation.
Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just,
And this be our motto: "In God is our trust."
And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave!
FIGHT in this
first stanza was over the U.S. BANK. The U.S. Bank was chartered by Congress
in the year 1791, its charter was to last for 20 years, and expire in
1811. George Washington signed the bill establishing the Bank after listening
to the advice of his secretary of the treasury, Alexander Hamilton. Thomas
Jefferson opposed the creation of the bank as unconstitutional. He said:
" A private central
bank issuing the public currency is a greater menace to the liberties
of the people than a standing army"
Bank was modeled after the Bank of "England." The Bank of "England"
was established by the Jesuits in 1694 to control that country and make
slaves of the people. The Bank was given the right to create fiat money
by use of the printing press.
press was God's gift to Martin Luther. The printing of the Bible in the
languages of the people was the weapon that Luther used to break the chains
of millions and free them from the Babylonian Captivity of the Church.
answer to the printing of the Holy Scriptures was the printing of MONEY.
The Bank of "England" was allowed to print money and loan it
to the government at 8% usury.
General Andrew Jackson
fights the British invaders . . . and wins!!
Andrew Jackson (March 15, 1767 - June 8, 1845).
the Bank of England controlled British Government found out that
the U.S. Bank would not be re-chartered, they declared war on the
United States. Washington D.C., was invaded and the White House
was burned to the ground. General Andrew Jackson (another great
Scot whose parents came from Hibernia) was the hero of that war.
the battle of New Orleans on January 8, 1815, with a small army
of volunteers, General Jackson defeated 10,000 British veterans
of the campaign against Napoleon in Europe.
losses................700 killed, 1400 wounded, 500 prisoners.
losses...........8 killed, 13 wounded.
was the most lop-sided victory in the history of warfare. During the 19th
century, January 8, was a BIG holiday and celebration in the U.S.
Almost like the 4th of July in January.
Statue honoring General Jackson
in Jackson Square, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Chalmette National Monument
where the epic battle took place.
this great victory over the the Bank of "England", the Bank
of the U.S. was re-chartered in 1816 for another 20 years.
President Jackson fights
the U.S. Bank . . . and wins!!
Andrew Jackson (President from 1829 - 1837).
people loved the hero of the battle of New Orleans and elected him
to the Presidency in the year 1829. He served his country in that
high office for 8 years. Little did he know before taking the oath
of office that he would face a far more dangerous enemy than ever
he faced from the British rifles.
enemy was the MONEY POWER represented by the "U.S." Bank.
Bank headquarters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (circa 1836).
of massive fraud and corruption, President Jackson was determined
not to renew its charter when it expired in 1836. Fighting the British
was child's play compared to fighting the money power. His main opponent
was Nicholas Biddle who was president of the Second Bank.
president of the "U.S." Bank.
Rome's agent in America . . . and her best brain. He graduated from
the University of Pennsylvania at the age of 13 and from Princeton
at 17. He mastered the secret science of paper money
and banking at an early age.
He was head of
the 2nd Bank of the U.S. With many Congressmen and Senators financially
beholden to him, he wielded great political power. He deliberately
created a banking panic and a depression for the purpose of frightening
the voters and blaming it on President Jackson. Biddle was later
arrested and charged with fraud but his powerful protectors shielded
him from justice . . . in this life.
President Jackson's unflinching
determination and unwavering patriotism prevailed against Biddle and his
Bank. President Jackson called the Bank a monster and was determined
to pull all its teeth. He said:
"I am ready with
the screws to draw every tooth and then the stumps."
our hero did exactly as he promised. When he left office, the U.S. had
a real currency consisting of silver and gold coins. Our hero called paper
money "RAG MONEY" and this is what he said about it:
paper-money system and its natural associations—monopoly and exclusive
privileges—have already struck their roots too deep in the soil,
and it will require all your efforts to check its further growth and
to eradicate the evil."
Read his glorious farewell
message to the American people.
The Federal Reserve or
3rd Bank of the "U.S."
was the victory of our hero, that Rome did not try again to establish
a central bank until the 20th century. The groundwork for this 3rd Bank
was laid during a top secret meeting on Jekyll Island, Georgia, in 1910.
The co-conspirators were some of the most powerful people in Europe and
America. They included: Theodore Roosevelt, Paul Warburg, Woodrow Wilson,
Nelson W. Aldrich, Benjamin Strong, Frank A. Vanderlip, John D. Rockefeller,
M. Warburg (Daddy WARbucks) was an immigrant from Germany and a
partner in the banking firm of Kuhn, Loeb & Co. He represented
the German Central Bank (Reichsbank) and the Rothschilds and Warburgs
WW I began right
after the chartering of the Bank. The Bank financed Germany and
kept the war going for 4 dreadful years. Great Britain was greatly
weakened after the war and Wall St. became the world financial center.
was head of the German spy agency under the Kaiser in Germany.
name is synonymous with money and banking. Rockefeller worked closely
with J.P. Morgan and Daddy WARbucks to bring about the "Federal"
Reserve System. His son, Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller, while Governor
of New York State, was the agent behind the building of the Twin
Towers in New York City.
on Dec. 23, 1913, the Federal Reserve Act was signed into law by
President Woodrow Wilson. This was the monster that President Jackson
had slain come to life again. No sooner was the Bank re-chartered
than WWI began. The Federal Reserve Bank lent money to both sides.
They financed the Russian Revolution and the overthrow of the Czar.
Economic cycles of boom and bust followed the manipulations of the
currency by the Bank. The Bank caused the Great Depression and financed
Hitler in Germany and the Fascists in Japan.
Bank instituted the Income Tax which was modeled on the Pope's slave
tax during the Dark Ages.
the 2nd bank of the U.S. was unspeakably corrupt, the 3rd Bank was even
worse. This Bank financed the rise of
Hitler in Germany and was responsible for the financing of the
Bolshevik Revolution in Russia.
Highlights of U.S.
is ratified granting Congress alone the right to COIN money - not
to print it. Only gold and silver were considered REAL money!!
|1st. U.S. Bank
|Charter of U.S.
|War with Great
Britain over the lapsed charter. The MONEY POWER tries to get the
New England States to leave the Union.
|2nd Bank of the
U.S. is chartered.
vetoes charter of 2nd Bank.
|Civil War begins.
Defeated MONEY POWER successful in getting 13 States to leave the
Banking Act authorizing the printing of paper money (greenbacks) to
finance the war. This was supposed to be an emergency measure only
until the war was over. All the provisions of the Banking Act were
to expire in 20 years.
|Silver is demonetized.
Free coinage of silver is ended. U.S. goes on gold standard.
|Banking Act expires
but is renewed for another 20 years.
is assassinated by MONEY POWER and Roosevelt becomes President.
|Banking Act which
gave the U.S. paper money was supposed to expire this year. Due to
the murder of President McKinley, the banking laws and paper money
system was continued.
Bank is inaugurated.
on Jekyll Island, Georgia, to charter 3rd U.S. Bank.
President Wilson signs bill authorizing the creation of 3rd U.S. Bank.
destroys Postal Savings Bank by refusing to lift ceiling on deposits.
begins due to manipulation of economy by U.S. Bank.
gold is outlawed. U.S. citizens forbidden to own gold by order of
The President's Lady
Andrew Jackson (1767-1828)
great man is a GREAT woman ....Rachel Jackson was the faithful wife
of the Hero. She was the victim of a broken marriage in a time when
a divorce was almost impossible to obtain. In order to stop her
husband from reaching the White House, the most vicious rumors were
spread concerning her former marriage. She literally died of a broken
heart just before her husband's inauguration. President Jackson
said this about his beloved Rachel:
being so gentle and so virtuous slander might wound, but could
life story was written by award wining author Irving Stone in a
book entitled The President's Lady. It was made into a Hollywood
movie in 1953 starring Charlton Heston and Susan Hayward.
conversion of Andrew Jackson to Christ.
Hermitage—home of our Hero President.
of President and Mrs. Jackson from the White House.
Jackson hated paper money—read
his farewell address
Bank of the U.S.
Bank of the U.S.
Jackson's Veto Message Regarding the Bank of the United States.
European Central Bank.
One of the greatest enemies
to progress and invention was DEBTORS' PRISON. Many inventive people feared
to borrow money to finance their inventions because of the fear of going
bankrupt . . . and ending up in prison. In 1832, during the Presidency
of our Hero, he signed the Bill outlawing debtors' prison.
G. Edward, The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal
Reserve, American Media, P.O. Box 4646, Westlake Village, California,
Thomas Payne, Nicholas Biddle: Nationalist and Public Banker, University
of Chicago Press, 1959.
William, A Short History of Paper Money and Banking in the United States,
James, Life of Andrew Jackson, (in 3 volumes), Mason Bros. New
Robert, The Life of Andrew Jackson, Harper & Row, New York,
Arthur M, Jr. The Age of Jackson, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,
1953. (Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for History)
Irving, The President's Lady, Doubleday & Co., Garden City,
New York, 1951.
M. W., The
Coming Battle: A Complete History of the National Banking Money Power
in the United States, W. B. Conkey Company, Chicago, 1899.
St. and the Rise of Hitler, by Anthony C. Sutton.
Wall St. and the Bolshevik Revolution, by Anthony C. Sutton.
Jackson's favorite books.
compiling a list of our Hero's favourite books. It is difficult because
many of them are out of print and hard to find.
course the King James Bible was his most
Scottish Chiefs, by Jane Porter, first published in 1809.
History of the American Revolution, in 2 volumes, by David Ramsey,
first published in 1789, reprinted by Liberty Classics, Indianapolis,
Art of War, by Chevalier de la Valiere, published in Philadelphia
of these great books are available from.....abebooks.com.