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The Paranoid Goy sometimes allows himself the amusement of stranger political theories. Remember 911, and all the evil numerological codes discovered to expose the demonic symbolism? Understand me nicely; I don’t believe in too many strange things, but I also understand that, for those who believe, faith is everything, and we are the heathen fools. That every disaster after 911 has its numerology repeat the 911 motif, without fail, seems a bit stretched. However, one must also realise that, somewhere, there is at least one person who deeply believes in things like magic numbers and drinking babies’ blood. Now imagine dozens, hundreds, thousands of these people gather in secret meetings, where they discuss economics, and school budgets, and the justice system. Now imagine they attain actual influence and power, these people who say they, and only they, hold the secrets of the magical numbers. It is said Ronald Reagan would not get out of bed without his fortune-teller’s guidance…

The evidence is plentiful and publicly available, that just such a group of people are in control of the mightiest organisation on earth: the Federal Reserve Bank, a private concern incorporated in Puerto Rico, where Financial Services businesses do not pay any taxes. The entire world has made themselves subservient to the mighty dollar, and nearly every single war since 1913 has been at the behest of, and for the profit of, the Reserve Bank and its major shareholders. It is not America murdering children in their beds in Syria, it is the Federal Reserve impressing upon the “revisionist regime of the animal Assad” the folly of selling oil by himself, for any currency but the dollar. You do not cross the FED. But surely, some mighty men must have tried? Yeah, there has been a few, Hitler, Mussolini, Hussein, Gadhafi, but they tended to die horribly, assassination, poisoning and bankruptcy seemingly the weapons of choice. Then, suddenly, it gets weird: I know this does not count as legitimate research; as a matter of fact, I went looking for facts to fit my theory. Here is a short list, in no particular order (hee hee) of mighty enemies the FED made over the years, and how they died. See if you can spot the same pattern as the one that so amused the Paranoid Goy on a rainy morning:

George Washington. He started the US Treasury, and as president he appointed Hamilton. He was unhappy with Hamilton’s obsession with privatised central banking, and worked to preserve congressional privilege. By all accounts, his death was hurried along by ritual bloodletting beyond reason.

Thomas Jefferson hated banksters, and he prophesied: “…first by inflation…deflation… will deprive the people of their property….their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered…” He died uncomfortably in his eighties, much maligned and slandered by his detractors.

Abraham Lincoln understood money well enough, and ordered the issue of Greenbacks, government-sponsored money that carries no debt obligation to the banksters. Famously executed in public.

Andrew Jackson. Famous for calling the banksters “…a pit of vipers… by God I’ll root you out.” He died in his eighties, but he was shot so regularly, some suggest it was lead poisoning what done him in. The historians of the FED insist it was tuberculosis.

Ulysses Grant. Often depicted as a Civil War criminal, he ‘idly sat by’ during a number of financial disasters that bankrupted a number of banksters. No bank bail-outs from Grant. They tried bankrupting him in turn, but he left behind a successful memoir that allowed his widow a good living.

Benjamin Franklin died an old man, beloved by everybody except the banksters. A proponent of land-backed state script money, he cut out the bankster middlemen, and insisted on monetary independence. He delayed the formation of the FED by many decades.

The most famous president, outside the US, of course, would be John F. Kennedy. He is not on this list. He hated the Fed, issued congressional money (Greenbacks) and was a major threat, and got killed brutally.

Now, just for fun, let’s look at the pictures on US banknotes:

Washington = $1
Jefferson = $2
Lincoln = $5
Jackson = $20
Grant = $50
Franklin = $100

As you can see, there are some famous names, but from outside America, only Washington, Franklin and Lincoln (in that order?) are considered famous, while Teddy Roosevelt, a timeframe-relevant banker’s puppet, is conspicuously absent, from outside. Kennedy is not on the list. There are, however, fairly unknown people that belong on this list, sort of:

 Alexander Hamilton, the man who first managed to form a FED, then called the First Bank of America. His 20-year charter was allowed to expire, setting the banksters back by years.  He did, during the quiet holidays of Christmas 1913, "birth" the Fed, you don't get more blessed than that, and his public history has been scrubbed virginally clean. His noble efforts in the service of Mammon was rewarded by putting his picture on the $10 bill.

Woodrow Wilson signed the FED into life while nobody was looking. He later apologised for his role in this mess, but his picture can be found on a hundred-thousand federal note. That is $100 000 !

Grover Cleveland allowed a ‘panic’ that gobbled up working class ‘investments’ by allowing banking ‘reforms’. He is honoured with the 1 000 dollar bill.

And governor Salmon Chase? Well, he ran for president while running the impeachment of president Jackson, the man who tried to “root the vipers out”. Chase’s face can be found on the ten-grand bill.

Of these, Woodrow Wilson is known, but only for the atrocities of WW1, which was wholly a Crown/FED commercial enterprise. It must have proven exceedingly profitable, justifying a hundred-grand portrait for the guy who made it possible for the FED to take part in the looting of Europe.

Now, why would the FED put the faces of their enemies on their own holy documents, namely low-denomination bank notes? Certainly there is significance in the one single discrepancy on this scale: Hamilton, the biggest hero the FED ever had, has not the highest currency, but just a lowly, perfect ten.

The only other discrepecy is Kennedy. Every busybody ever offed in the service of the Fed, had his head on public display, but not Kennedy, ergo: They did not off Kennedy. To be sure, when the public demanded Kennedy be so "homoured", the treasury stopped using new faces, as they sometimes did on commemorative series notes, most often the $50.

I know only one kind of mind that would even consider this whole joke appropriate, and they attend gatherings where people wear certain things while they do certain things with the understanding that this will give them power over certain things. Some call this conspiracy, freemasonry, satanism, or just childishly venal greed. The Paranoid Goy is already too freaked out to ask further, maybe they will overlook me if I just go my way.

But it is funny how obsessed our ‘leaders’ are with dark symbolism, isn’t it? Take note how much effort is put into making symbols visible on otherwise innocuous press release photos, and it is happening more and more obviously, the bolder they get? In this context, please note how the War on Paedophilia has kicked off with learned announcements assuring us that  men think of sex with children on a regular basis. Hollywood has joined in the fun, with cartoon characters and dramatic heroes engaging in increasingly blatant displays of stylised child pornography.

Symbols do have power, even if it just serves as a rallying signal for the deranged, and when you see symbolism in the places of power, it is because those who rally around those symbols have infested the places of power. Symbols allow them to tell you something, while all those who understands the symbols, work at doing quite something else behind your back, legitimised in their mind by “but we told you this, the signs were right there for you to see…” Never trust anyone that speaks in incomprehensible whispers, they live in another reality, and there, you and I are just warm prey.