It having pleased the Divine Providence to dispose the hearts of the most serene and most potent Prince George the Third, by the grace of God, king of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, duke of Brunswick and Lunebourg, arch-treasurer and prince elector of the Holy Roman Empire etc., and of the United States of America,
Clearly he states that he is the arch-treasurer and the prince elector of the United States of America.
Now who, in their right mind, would agree to this statement.
Seems to me, we've been bamboozled.[/quote]
I think the war really was about taxation as much as anything. Plus printing our own money. There would have been no Revolution if the Bank of England (AKA: sea bank) had not forced the Boston area bank (AKA: land bank), that the father of Samuel Adams was a director of, into closure. The Boston bank did not use the gold standard, it recognized that any commodity could be used. It was effective and the Bank of England was very concerned about that.
Samuel Adams and John Hancock were the most effective revolutionaries for a long time. King George once singled them to be returned to England for a prompt hanging.
Watching what the Bank of england did to his father, family, and friends turned Samuel Adams into a revolutionary without need for rest.
Alexander Hamilton had the right ear of Washington, much to the chagrin of both Adams and Jefferson, and was able to almost duplicate the Bank of England's system for our first central bank.
The Federal Reserve is our third central bank. Jefferson fought the first. Jackson fought the second and prevailed in spite of the banks director throwing the nation into a depression...which made good on his threat.http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/01/13/ ... topstories
Obama is the bankers boy.
These are my opinions of course. Everything else I say is iron clad....lol.[/quote]Very interesting.
Isn't it ironic that they put Jackson on the $20.00 bill. He absolutely hated the Central Bank. I read, but could not confirm, that on his tombstone reads, "I killed the bank". Do you know if this is true ?[/quote]
I don't know if that is true.
The public used to be far more aware of the money trust. I truly fear for our livelihoods, as we know it, now that the money trust holds so many of the cards in the deck.
Their control over the corporate media is alarming.