The Systematic Killing of America Part 3 of 5
I’ll make my point – President John F. Kennedy was a Socialists who belonged to the Fabian Society, who during his presidency made many enemies. Included among them was the “capos” of America’s leading mafia families, who lost their holdings in Cuba, the CIA for his failure to ensure the success of the Bay of Pigs invasion and last but not least, the Rockefeller Family. In prompting the Alliance for Progress, Kennedy said he was sick of the US government acting as the representative of private businesses, including the interests of the Rockefellers and other Globalists elites – who headed the deep state in America of subterranean network of financial, intelligence, and military interest that guided national policy no matter who occupied the White House. In a speech to the American Newspaper Publishers’ Association, that may have sealed the fate of the President as he spoke in a veiled reference to the House of Rockefeller and the money cartel, “of a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy” that sought to rule the world.
Then the matter of Executive Order #11110 by which President Kennedy instructed the Treasure Department rather than the Federal Reserve “to issue silver certificates against any silver bullion, silver, or silver dollars in the Treasury.” This meant that for every ounce of silver in the US Treasury’s vault, the government could introduce new money, with actual value, into circulation. In compliance with this order, US notes in the amount of $4,292,893,815.00 were produced in two-and-five-dollar denominations. This was not fiat money. It was paper currency with actual value. And, since it was issued by the government rather than the Federal Reserve cartel, the money came interest free.
Somebody is getting fired. When your staffer releases the wrong memo. 🔥
Seriously- Bill Clinton, 77, accidentally releases tribute to DIANNE FEINSTEIN instead of Rosalynn Carter after Former first lady died aged 96.
Have to admit a Chainsaw is pretty BA…
This is called Sauce, without it everything is Suck…
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A $2.7 million whisky bottle from the 1920s breaks the record for most expensive liquor sold
A rare bottle of whisky broke records at Sotheby's this weekend.
The single malt from Macallan sold for $2.7 million.
Only 11 other bottles like it are thought to exist after one was destroyed in 2011.
In 2019, a bottle sold for $1.9 million, previously the record-setter.
"The Macallan 1926 is the one whisky that every auctioneer wants to sell and every collector wants to own," Jonny Fowle, Sotheby's global head of spirits, told the Associated Press.
Per Sotheby's, the record-breaking whisky aged in "super rich European oak, ex-Sherry barrels" and bottled in 1986. When the auction house received the bottle, they worked with Macallan to replace the cork and capsule.
The taste of the whisky was described as containing "rich dark fruits, black cherry compote alongside sticky dates, followed by intense sweet antique oak," according to Macallan's Master Whisky Maker Kirsteen Campbell, who was present when the bottle was opened during the cork and capsule replacement.