It is November and we are coming up on another anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. It will be 52 years since that fatal day in Dallas. The United States lost her innocence and ‘Camelot’ was no more. The more I learn about this murder, the more I don’t believe Lee Harvey Oswald was anything more than he claimed to be, ‘a patsy’, someone to take the blame. The issue becomes for me, who is to blame? There are so many suspects. Though beloved by his people, many people in power did not love JFK. In fact his presence as president threatened the agenda of many. So for the next couple of weeks I am going to look at some of the major players and examine just what their issue was with President Kennedy. The first in this line of suspects is the Federal Reserve System.
The Federal Reserve Act (1913) created a system of private and public regional banks. It also created a national currency. The Federal Reserve System is made up of both a Federal entity and private interests. The 12 region banks are private, though officers and governors appointed by the Federal Government. The employees are also Federal employees. There are 12 regional banks; the most powerful one is Federal Reserve Bank of New York. In fact, all other 11 divisions can disappear and the Fed would still hold the vast majority of its current assets. The New York Fed virtually dominates the entire system. (1) An article from Humansarefree.com says, “It is an engine that has created private wealth that is unimaginable, even to the most financially sophisticated. It has enabled the imperial elite to manipulate our economy for its own agenda and enlisted the government itself as its enforcer. It controls the times, dictates business, it affects our homes and practically everything in which we are interested.” (2)
That being said, in 1963 President Kennedy with a stroke of the pen signed Executive Order 11110. It gave the Treasury dept. the authority to issue silver certificates with the backing of silver bullion, silver or standard silver dollars. At that time The Feds were issuing the Federal Reserve Notes with no backing (sound familiar, it should we do that today). Remember at that time gold was the standard backing until Richard Nixon was president (1969-1974). So Kennedy signed the bill to issue the silver certificates. Now it has been said the bill was meant to be temporary (though still on the books today). After Kennedy’s death the silver certificates were pulled and the country went back to the Federal Reserve Notes. Was the statement that ‘the certificates were meant to be temporary’ a statement to cover up the story after the fact?
President Kennedy was appointing new members to the Board of Governors that oversaw the New York Fed. G.H. King resigned on September 18, 1963. He began the process of vetting J. Dewey Daane to replace King. Also He nominated Seymour E. Harris to replace another member whose term was up January 1964. The president was concerned for the Nation’s balance-of payments problem, which continued to be a serious threat to the status of the dollar abroad. It was consistent with his unequivocal and repeated assurance to the Nation that the dollar would not be devalued. His more conservative advisers would withstand an outcry for “easy” money. (3)
So did Kennedy pressure the governing body of the New York Federal Reserve? Were his policies threatening the strength and power of the Federal Reserve Bank, and therefore the consortium of banks that determined the economic standards of the United States? It is stated by the article on HumansareFree.com site that when President John Fitzgerald Kennedy signed this order, it returned to the United States federal government, specifically the Treasury Department, the Constitutional power to create and issue currency – money – without going through the privately owned Rothschild Federal Reserve Bank. (4)
The Rothschilds remember are a financially powerful family, one of the most powerful in the world. They descended from Mayer Amschel Rothschild, a court Jew to the German Landgraves of Hesse-Kassel, who established his banking business in the 1760s. They are rumored to have ties to the Federal Reserve System. When power is threatened, it can be mortally fatal to those involved.
I found it interesting that C.H. King resigned September 18, 1963, and that a new appointee J. Dewey Daane took his oath of office November 29, 1963. It was just days after the assassination of President Kennedy. Though I don’t consider them a sole suspect to Kennedy’s murder, I do think they could have easily had a role in combination with other entities, the F.B.I., C.I.A., Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson.