This is page six of my discussion on the Alex Jones film The Obama Deception. If you were linked here by mistake, please refer to page one of this article, which contains the introduction.
Before his death, president Woodrow Wilson apologized to the public regretting that he had been deceived by a group of international bankers, and the country's financial system had fallen into their iron grip via the Federal Reserve Act of 1913.
This idea originates from the following:
"[Our] great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is privately concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men who, even if their action be honest and intended for the public interest, are necessarily concentrated upon the great undertakings in which their own money is involved and who necessarily, by very reason of their own limitations, chill and check and destroy genuine economic freedom.
"We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated, governments in the civilized world--no longer a government by free opinion, no longer a government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a government by the opinion and the duress of small groups of dominant men."
[Dwight D. Eisenhower]
Whether sought or unsought, by the military industrial complex, the potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist.
Dwight D. Eisenhower, he warned the people that the military industrial complex was taking over the country.
The context implies that Eisenhower was more worried about the Federal Government controlling aspects of industry and having better abilities to dominate.
Only three years after leaving office, president Eisenhower's prophetic warning concerning the threat posed to our system of government by the military industrial complex came to pass. President John F. Kennedy had enraged the entire elite network.
Now Kennedy was brought in as somebody who was expected to be a puppet. It was thought that his pro-Nazi father Joseph P. Kennedy, the bootlegger, the speculator would guarantee that Kennedy would be obedient to the establishment. They thought that Kennedy was a sex maniac who could be manipulated for all of this but it turned out that through his personal suffering Kennedy had discovered a personal sense of himself which went beyond just being a puppet. He began to think about things like economic recovery, world peace, having a space program, uh, making deals with the Soviets. Cutting the uh, Federal Reserve down to size, and a whole series of other things.
There are so many conspiracy theories revolving around the Kennedy assassination (see link for more information), it's really no surprise they settled on the Federal Reserve theory made popular by Jim Marrs, the same guy who says Aliens are running the show instead of Masons.
In Jones' film 9/11: The Road to Tyranny, Jones claims it was the Northwoods document that made Kennedy want to rebel.
There's not too much evidence that Joseph P. Kennedy was a bootlegger, but he was very anti-Semitic. He managed to have relationships with Jewish individuals, but had a very unfavorable view of the Jewish population as a whole. Kennedy had extramarital affairs, but no one believed he was a "sex maniac". It's not hard to imagine that the space program was on his mind because it had already started before he was president (July 1958), and the USSR had beat the US with a man in space earlier in 1961. Later that year JFK made his "man on the moon" speech.
Executive order number 11110, signed by President Kennedy began the process of abolishing the private Federal Reserve. Kennedy was also pushing for real civil rights reform, and had begun the process of pulling the troops out of Viet Nam.
Executive Order 11110 called for the Secretary of the Treasury to issue certificates for silver that didn't have any outstanding certificates, as well as grant more powers to the Secretary. Essentially the idea was to allow the Treasury to issue certificates as it saw fit to help manage the rapidly changing silver prices and the loss of silver. The purpose was in junction with Public Law 88-36, which in turn repealed the Silver Purchase Act of 1934, and allowed the Federal Reserve to print notes that did not have to be redeemed in silver (later Nixon would go further and do the same with gold). So, JFK did the opposite of what conspiracy theorists are claiming, and further cemented the fraction reserve banking system.
As said previously in this article, Kennedy sent around 16,300 troops to Viet Nam, he did sign National Security Action Memorandum 263 which was to remove 1,000 troops from Viet Nam by the end of 1963. I honestly don't see that as a major move for pulling out troops, after all, Obama's done more in Iraq, and Alex Jones shits all over him for it at the beginning of the film.
Kennedy did a lot for civil rights and in fact the Civil Rights Act that he introduced in June, 1963 was passed a little over a year later. So, I'm not sure what Alex Jones is referring to when he says "pushing for real civil rights reform" it was his bill, though it was edited to include women.
The last time you had an actual president was, uh, Kennedy.
The oligarchs took swift and decisive action. When John Kennedy attempted to take the government back from the back from the robber barons, he was brutally murdered. The message to future US president and leaders across the world was clear: do as you're told, or die. John Fitzgerald Kennedy was the last true president of the United States. And until the globalists are removed from power, we will never have another real one.
So, only some presidents before Kennedy were part of the big conspiracy? I really wish they'd lay it out and say flat out what the deal was, because it's always so confusing. What about assassination attempts since then? Are those just coincidental or were Ronald Regan and Luis Donaldo Colosio Murrieta both going against the globalists?
The flyer seen earlier in this scene was:
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Any of those claims sound familiar at all?
Almost every single one sounds like something from this film.