JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY
The Federal Reserve re-instituted their plan for the economic subjugation of the American people in 1964, one year after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, who ordered the printing of US Treasury notes, back by silver, to be used to replace the Federal Reserve note. Silver coin and certificates were still in general use; money that came from the government and was used free of interest. Since the money was something of value and owned by whoever held it, the banks made no profit off of the use of that money and more to the point, could not manipulate its value, as it was backed by silver bullion.
President John F. Kennedy signed Executive Order 11110 on June 4th, 1963. This order authorized the Treasury to issue a new government currency, the US Note, based on silver in Fort Knox, recycled from the huge magnets used in early Uranium enrichment at Oak Ridge. This allowed the Kennedy administration to purchase four billion dollars worth of goods and services without having to borrow the money from the Federal Reserve, and signaled Kennedy's intention to restore the nations' economic system to the model used by the Founding Fathers.
John F. Kennedy's United States Note.
Five months later, John Kennedy was assassinated and his US Notes gradually withdrawn from circulation. The Warren Commission, now widely acknowledged to have been a cover-up, included as a member John J. McCloy, President of Chase Manhattan Bank and President of the World Bank.
THE END OF SILVER MONEY
The following year, all silver coins and silver certificates were withdrawn from circulation. The media proclaimed the new clad coinage and the Federal Reserve Notes to be just as good as the silver money, and the entrapment of the American people was complete. From then on, all currency in circulation was worth what the private central bank said it was worth, and over time, it has been declared worth less and less. Just see how many "dollar" notes it takes to buy an original US Silver Dollar today...
What JFK got for following the constitution...
The Allegory of the Termite
Our biggest problem in the USA is an invasion of insects, termites if you will...These 'termites' appear, at the bottom, in the form of illegal and legal immigrants who have overun our nation, taken our jobs and lowered the value of labour...They have been fascilitated by American citizens who think they are 'getting a bargain' by giving jobs to these people...What they actually do is to allow their own house to be destroyed and infested...We have become a lazy nation...Any responsible home owner will be vigilant to maintain his house, to protect it against damage and vandalism, because it is an investment, and one that can be passed down to the children...We have become fat on 'Big Macs' and Wal Mart, distracted by dumb entertainment, and other nonsense...At the top, we have a more voracious breed of 'termite', again alien in nature, who steal, speculate and destroy our industries, our savings, our pensions and our currency...What is the solution?...Possibly, a good 'pest man' or a team, to attack the insects and remove them from our house...I hope it is not too late.
Do you have termite damage? Need to know how to fix it?
Termites can cause damage to a house pretty quickly once the termite colony gets going.
If you can catch the termite infestation fast enough, you may not need to worry about fixing any damage, however in most cases when you have visual proof of termite damage, it may be too late.
Termites can cause damage to the studs in your home's walls to the trusses in your roof. They can destroy trees in your backyard, which may not seem to be a bad thing, but if they rotten tree falls on your house or across your backyard fence, you may think otherwise.
If you live near trees or a patch of woods, you need to be extra careful and have a professional termite inspector come out to your home every couple of years to make sure you don't have a termite colony forming near your home.
Here is a picture of just how dangerous termites can be. This is the inside of a tree that was destroyed by termites. It has been completely hollowed out by those hungry monsters:
The problem occurs when you have termites and you can't see the damage they have caused. Such as when the termites start eating the wall studs in your home. In this case, you may not even know you have damage, but at the same time, your walls may collapse at any given time!
The price of oil has always been manipulated to the nth degree...The price of oil at the well-head in the Middle East is about $5-7 a barrel, at the very most...So why do we pay so much for it?...Some cost is added in transportation and refining, but the big money has always gone to the Rothschilds, Rockefellers and other elites who control the price WE pay here in the West...Of course, the Saudis /OPEC make money, too...That's part of the deal...But what banks handle their money?...Well, sure, JPMorgan/Chase, CitiGroup, etc...Before we get the oil, the price is jacked up by various mechanisms, by various forms of derivatives, futures options, all banking manouvers...The oil companies use fake 'transportation costs' as another means of increasing prices...Then, at the end of the line, they use tax-loopholes and false bookeeping to avoid taxation on their profits...That's how it works...But, when the price of oil is high, it is not just the Anglo-American (Zionist) parties who profit...The Saudis rake it in, Russia made a killing, Venezuela, even Nigeria (although they are a basket case when it comes to managing their money: it all goes back to Western banks/interests eventually)...But what happened with Russian oil?...First, the Zionist elements tried to seize it outright after th fall of Communism, but Putin stopped this...Good for Russia...But, Russia had an enormous foreign debt to Western/Rothschild banks....Now, Putin paid off this debt...Again, good for Russia, but also, good for the Rothschilds...They made money...Even basket case Nigeria paid back billions in debt to western banks...Venezuela, too, although Chavez was a tougher nut to crack...So, what happens then?...Well, the speculators then drive the price DOWN...What happens?...Russian cash flow is curtailed, they have to devalue the ruble...Venezuelan cash flow shrinks...Nigeria, well, they can't manage money when they have it...So, the Rothschilds, Rockefellers and others make out either way...Natural gas, too...This 'gas crisis' between Ukraine & Russia is about this: Certain elements are using the Ukraine to send a message to Russia, and by the Ukrainians blocking Russian gas to Europe, it sends Europeans into a panic, and makes Russia look like an 'unreliable partner'...It is all planned...The US?...They've cleaned us out already, so they can afford to let the prices drop some...It doesn't take a genius to figure it out...Anyway, here is a very interesting article, wrotten in October 2001, about the real cost of oil...I believe it is still basically accurate today, as far as costs of 'oil at the well head'...I invite your discussion................Frank Dialogue
SAUDI ARABIA - Costs to Produce Oil
The cost of producing oil in Saudi Arabia has been the lowest in the world. In the 1950s, the net well-head cost of production was less than 7 US cents/barrel. In early 1990, the net well-head cost of production from 14 operating fields, with the Ghawar axis of fields taken as one unit, was estimated to average between 50 and 63 cents/barrel. This was calculated on the basis of output then ranging from 5.38m b/d, which was Saudi Arabia's OPEC quota for the first half of 1990, to 7.2m b/d. At present, the average of wellhead costs is a little over $1/barrel (95 cents/barrel in 1997), and experts predict higher costs in the coming years in view of declining reservoir pressure in some of the Ghawar fields. The wellhead cost in the Najd fields is relatively high, in view of technical problems encountered there in the past six years.
The estimates until early 1990 were used as a base in calculating the minimum per-unit capital cost of additional capacity for Saudi Aramco's expansion programme. It was then indicated that, at additional capacity above 7.2m b/d, production costs would be considerably higher.
Total costs up to the loading of the crude oils for export, including Saudi Aramco's administrative costs, piping and terminalling, are now said to average about $2/b (as in 1997), compared to almost $2.50/b in 1993. Costs were reduced as a result of reorganisation and cost-cutting measures since Saudi Aramco's absorption of Samarec in the past eight years. Until 1987, total costs used to be over $2.50/b, due to high wages for US staff and various social programmes.
It might be possible to cut total unit costs to less than $1.80/b, the level estimated in the case of Iraq in early 1990. But the final outcome of further cost-cutting measures could be "lower quality personnel and inefficiency across the board", as one Saudi Aramco official puts it.
These costs exclude field maintenance and other items, such as mothballing and de-mothballing costs in the fields, and the maintenance of gas-oil separation plants (GOSPs), pipelines, storage tanks, terminals, etc. The maintenance element is important, as Saudi Aramco adopts the approach of the US oil majors which is thorough and expensive.
There have been varied estimates of Saudi Aramco's field maintenance costs, with one study group having claimed this exceeds $1.5 bn per annum and Aramco experts saying this figure is exaggerated.
In early 1990, after Saudi Aramco's first programme was announced, it was estimated that the cost of expanding the capacity of its developed oil fields in the north-east would be about $15 bn. This meant the cost for an additional 3.5m b/d capacity, over the 7.2m b/d mentioned above, would be $500m for every 117,000 b/d unit including infrastructures. But there were much higher estimates of Saudi Aramco's programme costs subsequently, with the figure of $25 bn mentioned.
Independent experts forecast in early 1990 that net well-head costs at the Najd fields may come to less than 50 cents/b, if their reservoir pressure was high as experts had indicated. (Net well-head production costs estimated for additional capacity among OPEC's Middle East members then were ranging from 23 cents/b in Iraq to $2.80/b in Algeria). But now the net well-head cost at the Najd fields is said to exceed $1.50/b.
The Najd reservoirs have proved to have lower pressure than first thought. Since 1994, production has been affected by the encroachment of sand into the wells. Underground pumps installed at the fields have clogged up with sand, with the blockage occurring roughly every three months. To prevent production from falling below 200,000 b/d, Saudi Aramco has been hooking up several new fields discovered since 1994.
It was first estimated that development of the Najd fields would cost less than $500m for each 200,000 b/d production unit. Actual costs until the Najd fields were developed to a capacity of 200,000 b/d, reached by end-1994, came to about $600m. But this was way below estimates made in 1990 by US upstream experts.
Assuming an ultimate production capacity of 2m b/d in the Najd area would be possible later on in this decade, the total cost could be $6.5-7 bn of current US dollars. This is still lower than the cost of developing new capacity in Saudi Arabia's north-eastern fields.
According to Saudi Oil Minister Ali Naimi, the cost of finding new oil reserves in the kingdom is less than 10 US cents/barrel, i.e., by far the lowest cost in the world. This compares to an average of finding costs of about $4/b in other parts of the world.
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Depression/The 'Financial Krisis'
Matthew 6: 24/Words of Jesus Christ
No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.
Today, we, in Amerika, and in many parts of the world are experiencing a 'severe financial krisis' which some describe as a 'meltdown'. In reality, what we are seeing is the death of a system that has outlived it's usefuleness, but will not be allowed to die a natural death. As the creators of this system are, in fact, a 'species of vampires' who draw their sustenance from the life-blood of living creatures, the corpse must be resucitated by means of alchemy. Any form of hocus-pocus may be used, any spirit may be invoked, to satisfy the necrophiliac pleasures of the vampires. But they will fail in the end; before that end comes the human suffering will be great, and the greatest weapon that the vampire has is fear.
There has been constant, voluminous commentary from everywhere on the crux of this financil krisis, most of it fixated on the 'big picture' and the ramifications for the 'system'. But how does it affect the average person, like you or me? Today, I will discuss what this 'krisis' is doing and has done to me, and how I am trying to fight my own battle.
I have been unemployed for over a year now. Well, maybe I should say 'greivously under-employed'. I work in the insurance industry primarily, for a mom & pop type outfit, and my hour and income have been cut almost 75%. I also work as a musician, but the 'music business' is hurting even worse, and the income I generate from there works out to a 'break even' at best. I also have a computer/IT certification. This period of unemployment is the longest I have experienced in my life. Some people who still don't quite get it say to me 'Frank, you are so qualified in many areas; surely there must be work available.' Well, no, actually. In my home city, Philadelphia, there is not much demand for a White, 50 year old male, whatever his qualifications or skills. Someone even suggested to me that I should work in a McDonald's the other day, as it was 'honest work'. Well, if you go into any McDonald's, you will notice that the workers are all young, mostly 'minorities', and in most cases not very bright. This is why the service and food in today's McDonald's is so poor. They don't want me at McDonald's because I am 'over-qualified'. I wouldn't fit into the system. Of course, I can fry hamburgers as well as the next person. But that is not the point. The point is I cannot fit into the 'system'. Their system demands mediocrity.
I am struggling right now to keep a roof over my head, battling the landlord, who is in over his head with a mortgage he can't afford. The rent I can make, barely. But paying all of his utility bills poses an extra burden. So far, I have scrapped by, but the stress has made me sick. Physically, but primarily in the realm of the spirit. It is a spiritual battle, and the god of this world uses the weapon of money to pollute the minds and hearts of the people. And to instill fear, and make them forget who the real God is.
Money is simply a creation of the imagination. It is printed on a machine or printing press, and has no intrinsic value whatsoever. Sometimes our money, be it paper or gold or whatever medium, is 'backed' by 'commodities' such as precious metals like gold (or more rarely, silver) or by other minerals such as petroleum oil. Now these commodities, especially oil, do have some real value, as they are used in the manufacturing process, i.e., the production of goods that a society needs to function. Oil is also used to enable people to travel or move from place to place, or to move other products. Sometimes, especially in times of hardship, food commodities can be used as a backing for the money we create. Food has value because we need to eat. On the other hand, gold & precious metals have no intrinsic value, except as used in certain manufacturing processes. By itself, gold is merely decorative, although through human history it has been raised to a level of 'idol status' by those who love the glitter and worship inanimate objects. And the mining & production of gold involves a great web of human misery and exploitation. But, it is relatively rare, and this 'scarcity' gives it it's value to the idol worshippers.
REAL money is simply a means of exchange based on human productivity, creativity and a fair agreement between parties concerned. In the US, our money used to be backed by the production and ingenuity of our people, and the rest of the world's confidence in the same. But since alien forces have stripped America's base of productivity, moved it to foreign lands, or dismantled it, with the reasoning that we are moving into an 'post-work era', our people are no longer productive, and have difficulty using their ingenuity because there must be some kind of foundation to build something new on. We have become fearful and depressed, because we no longer see ourselves as creators and leaders, because real creativity, which needs time and a certain love to flourish, has been replaced by the rise of the fast buck man and the greed based paradigm, And the rest of the world can sense we have lost our confidence and our creative edge: Whereonce American culture/ingenuity was our largest export, now we export war/death & fear. This is not America as I understand it.
So now, we are experiencing the beginnings of what the economists call a depression. It is a psychological warfare. When the economy goes bad, it is because the parasites who we allow to control our money decide to tighten the screws, and remove the amount of money we need to live from our hands. But we must remember that it is all a 'monopoly' game. And the only reason we continue to lose at this game, is because we have given the parasites the power to make the rules, AND THUS CONTROL THE GAME. We can simply stop playing the game, and created a new game, or create something based on real value. But like the drug addict, we have aquired a very bad habit, and have been addicted so long, that any idea of change is almost impossible for us to conceive. But since any addiction is slaver, if we choose to be free people, we must change our way of thinking. And our hearts.
A system based on greed and lies must always fail, as God is not a liar and he controls things in the end. But he gives us a lot of leeway, and sometimes lets us hang ourselves, because we reject truth and common sense. But he does not want to see us hang; He wants us to prosper, as this is His heart and to His greater glory. And, he does not want us to be fearful of the machinations of evil & greedy men. rather, we should be giving, even when material circumstances are against us. Fear is overcome by widom, knowledge & love. Fear is a blinder, and the gangsters who rule this world wish us to be blinded, as a blind man has difficulty seeing the real target.
So, don't be fearful, no matter how much the money men try to manipulate you. There is enough in this world for everyone to have an abundance; the problem is some pigs wish to consume it all. But, a pig will eventually go to the slaughter. But the American people are not pigs, we are human beings, and we will endure as long as we don't allow ourselves to become worshippers of false idols, or fear men seek to blind us. We are a fighting people.
Last week, I was at a low point in terms of this 'financial krisis' and felt like a man walking to the end of a long pier and ready to jump into the ocean. But a friend of mine talked common sense to me, and reminded me that I was worth much more than value of a rent receipt or a utility bill. Human life is worth much more than gold or any commodity,and we should never forget this. The bankers and speculators would put a price tag on all of our lives, and a 'discount' price tag at that. This is because their god is mammon, money or the devil. For those who don't believe the devil exists, I would suggest a visit to an optometrist so you can get your eyesite checked. Better yet, consult a 'spiritual optometrist'. God created this world to be a 'house of prayer', not a 'house of merchandise'. So don't let yourself be bought or sold. Money is simply a tool to make exchange easier. It is not a be-all, end-all. no matter what the aliens may have you believe. Good luck America.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike sKam
Yesterday, we received news that PA Governor Rendell had agreed to a deal with a foreign corporation, in partnership with CitiGroup, to lease the Pennsylvania Turnpike for the next 75 years.
You can read the article youself. But here's the deal: this Albertis Infraestructure S.A (Barcelona). along with Citi Infrastructure Investors (NYC) would take over one of the two main arteries in our state for a period of 75 years, with the right to increase tolls 25% the first year, and 2.5% (or the rate of inflation) EVERY YEAR AFTER THAT. Any one who works for the Turnpike Commision would have his contract honored until the end of the current ter: after that, they can negotiate with CitiGroup!
Now these shenanigans have been going on for awhile all over the country, but now the globalists have come to Pennsylvania, ready to buy or 'lease' vital assets already paid for by the taxpayers. The supposed reason for this privitization is a basic one: the States and the Federal government are broke, and can no longer pay to keep our infrastructure in good working order. So, we give them to foreign entities, who will do the job for us, but, of course, at a price.
These global corporations have already purchased or 'leased' tax-payer paid for public highways in Texas, Indiana and California. America what remains of it's hard assets to these foreign entities, for what amounts to pennies on the dollar. Here is an interesting article giving a bigger picture: http://www.waxingamerica.com/2006/07/america_for_hig.html
The big problem with this whole scheme, other than the moral one cutting up and selling our state and national assets, like a butcher would after he carves up the carcass, is that no one really knows who owns these companies. Here is the website for Albertis Infraestructure S.A. http://www.albertis.com/en/
Any info on there about who really owns this company? No. And there is a good reason: these 'global' companies are all just fronts, or shells within shells. The real controllers of these companies are the 'invisible hand', mostly composed of what some refer to as the 'Illuminati' or the European 'Black Nobility' along with their bankers, the Rothschilds, Oppenheimers, Rockefellers.
You see, we fought the Revolutionary War to free ourselves from the domination and greed of these European 'nobles', but 235 years after we won that fight, they are back, and accomplishing their original aim under the noses of the fat, lazy and apathetic American people. Actually, these elites are very long-term in their view, and they have never stopped their interference in our affairs, both financial and political. But now, after 20 years of Bush1/Clinton/Bush2, they are on the verge of victory. They have given up the use of the sword to overcome us; they use the 'fountain pen', or, in reality, super-computers,in order to loot our assets and livelihood. And in reality, they have created a gigantic machine, one that answers to no one but the few at the top. A big vacuum-cleaner, if you will. Remember what Ross Perot said about that 'giant sucking sound'?
Going back to the specific PA Turnpike deal, I noticed an interesting item: Governor Rendell says that the 'lease' money would be 'invested' with the PA State Employees Retirement System. Now, who manages the PASERS fund? Maybe Goldman-Sachs? Maybe this employees retirement money is then placed into a 'hedge fund'. Maybe an unregulated off-shore hedge fund. Do we have full confidence in Goldman-Sachs or CitiGroup to take care of our hard earned pension money?
In closing, this deal is bullshit. We lose. A more painful, but better alternative is PA Act 44, which would put a toll on Interstate 80. Also remember this: taxpayers used to get a return on their Federal Income taxes for the maintenance of infrastructure. But the Federal government has stolen our money, and in itself has become PRIVITAZED. We are being sKammed.
Backgrond on the 'Black Nobility' in a nutshell:
For more about the 'Black Nobility' today, you can go here:
This 'Black Nobility', known today as the Bilderbergers, will be meeting outside of Washington DC, in Chantilly VA, in the beginning of June.