Episode 389 – Debunking the JFK Silver Certificate Myth

11/27/202098 Comments

There are many people who will tell you that JFK was assassinated because he was trying to end the Federal Reserve and replace the Federal Reserve note with silver certificates. Not only is this not true, it’s the exact opposite of the truth. Join James for this presentation to the JFK Lancer conference as he separates fact from fiction in the JFK assassination investigation.

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SHOW NOTES
JFK Lancer

G. Edward Griffin Debunks the JFK/Fed Myth

Crossfire by Jim Marrs

Executive Order 11110 — Amendment of Executive Order No. 10289 as Amended, Relating to the Performance of Certain Functions Affecting the Department of the Treasury

Executive Order 10289

Public Law 88-36

Certificates May Go: New Kennedy Silver Policy

Economic Report of the President, 1963

Kennedy Signs Silver Bill

William Jennings Bryan “Cross of Gold” Speech (1896 / 1921) [AUDIO RESTORED]

Century of Enslavement: The History of The Federal Reserve

SILVER ACT REPEAL URGED BY EXPERTS

VOTE TO END POWER TO BUY ALIEN SILVER

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  1. Roy says:

    Some info, right or wrong ? about JFK :
    http://mileswmathis.com/jfkgay.pdf
    So this man was a straw man too ! it seems.
    If he was murdered at all, well who knows !

    • manbearpig says:

      Well. You beat me to it in a sense. I wasn’t at all aware of any of that geneological information, having never seen it before and having only quickly skimmed through your linked doc here with no time to make any clear sense of it. But during Mr. Corbett’s video I was wondering what a certain Miles Mathis might’ve written about executive order 11110. Why? Simply because when I was looking for information about Noam Chomsky some time back, the most complete information definitely seemed to come from Miles Mathis’ work. And then, some time later when I was looking for information about Mohandas Gandhi, I came across his extremely detailed research again, all of which seemed to check out on freely available sources (though I didn’t delve much into his photographic showstopping fishtail of a conclusion). And then, just recently, my son mentioned he was studying Karl Marx, so in an effort to be of some help, I started looking up info about Karl Marx and wouldn’t you know! There was Miles Mathis, referenced once again.
      Because I’m not a particularly discerning or devoted researcher I cannot speak with any authority for Mathis’ credibility but I must say I was pretty impressed with his detailed biographical papers on Chomsky and Gandhi. And thus, I was wondering if he’d written anything about this 11110 silver certificate myth and was about to say as much on this comments board where I discover, you beat me to it. Which is rather disconcerting.

    • André says:

      > [Jacqueline Onassis’] mother is given as Janet Lee, but Vidal tells us that Lee was changed from Levy. That is
      admitted at JewornotJew, written by Jews.

      That didn’t check:
      http://www.jewornotjew.com/profile.jsp?ID=1025

      • Duck says:

        Andre
        Thanks for spotting that… the article also though Judicael must be a jewish name, when its a name shared by a non jewish saint.
        Articles like that one are why I like the Corbett report with its nice links and references
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Judicael

        • manbearpig says:

          middle of an English class but…in passing makes me wonder why Marilyn Monroe and Mary Pinchot Meyer were both murdered…

          • Libertydan says:

            The CIA at the time would have considered them a risk to National Security. JFK actually knew they were out to kill him and he likely made such things know to his lovers. The CIA wasn’t going to take any chances with their Coup failing. They killed a lot of people in order to change the coarse of history in favor of the evil bastards.
            The similarities between the 1963 Coup and the 2001 Heist make me think that many of the same people were involved (George Bush Senior)

            • Duck says:

              Libertydan
              “.. JFK actually knew they were out to kill him and he likely made such things know to his lovers. The CIA wasn’t going to take any chances with their Coup failing. …”

              Simpler answer… JFK or one of his allies cleaned up the loose ends that could have made him look bad. MM was unstable and unreliable.

              Just because he was not one of the regular criminals doesn’t make him above that kind of thing

              • Libertydan says:

                Duck,
                I suppose you are going to blame JFK for all the people the CIA, and their counter parts, killed to cover-up the Assassination of him.

                The “Bay of Pigs” was planned out by the CIA before JFK took Office and they went ahead with it on their own thinking that it was a win-win for them. Either they could stick JFK with this clearly aggressive invasion of Cuba, (should he Authorize the use of the Air force), or they could blame him for it’s failure (which they did). Indeed, they thought that his political career was over, but he came on National TV and took full responsibility. It was a mistake that he would not let happen again, and we (the majority of the people I knew) forgave him.
                He was no one’s puppet (Nixon would have done everything they asked). They expected Nixon to be elected in 1960 having been V.P. under Eisenhower but that didn’t happen.

            • Duck says:

              Libertydan
              “…I suppose you are going to blame JFK for all the people the CIA, and their counter parts, killed to cover-up the Assassination of him….”

              I never said or implied that… so why would you suggest that I did?

              What I said was JFK or his allies had more reason to kill Monroe then the CIA did- if you disagree I don’t mind arguing about that.

              As for Bay of Pigs they were angry that he did not support it properly… had it succeeded they would have been back clapping and trying to grab the credit.

              As for Nixon… he was AFAIK removed by a similar bunch of crooks as removed Kennedy. Kennedy and the Kennedy’s were, and still are, just as dirty as any other power family.

          • Duck says:

            manbearpig
            Monroe for the Same reason Epstein was… knew too much and might talk- drugged and emotionally unstable women might be “fun” but they are not “reliable”
            I dont know the other lady but will look her up later

          • Jed says:

            Same reason Chandra Levy was murdered.

          • victoria says:

            Marilyn Monroe: Mind-Controlled Sex Slave

            Marilyn Monroe was, perhaps, first mind-controlled sex slave to reach celebrity status. Techniques gleaned from Project MKUltra and intended for psychological warfare, found a place also in victimizing young women for sexual favors. It’s as if ugly old rich men were a ready market with the product to fill demand: mind-controlled sex slaves. Vigilant Citizen (VC) paints a more intimate portrait of Marilyn Monroe (part 1, part 2), giving reader greater insight into her life – a tragedy from start to finish.

      • annemarie says:

        Just like Diana, who married Prince Charles yet I don’t believe Charles realized Diana was a tranny – Rothschild Oligarchs transgendered the boy and programmed him to get inside the Monarchy to destroy it. Posing as a virgin and HUGE media coverage enticed Charles to marry Diana. But like Little Tom Thumb, he said “Ma! What a poor fellow am I!” This was extortion. If he sought to annul the marriage because Diana was a transgender – Rothschilds would have made a laughing stock of him. If he divorced, at that time, he would no longer be heir to the throne and most certainly they would have aggressively tied to kill Queen Elizabeth II. Prince Phillip protects her! He makes sure security is tight! Nevertheless, Jackie was a tranny and I think JFK was well aware of it – the Satanic Underground promised to make him President if he had married Jackie. Trump’s wife is a tranny and so was Ivanna Trump. Both Obamas are probably trannies – “Michelle” especially, who kept his penis because Barry wanted it – but the wardrobe malfunctions were seen in public when Michelle’s “geyser” was erupting. LOL. So it was time to put her Duck in a box – like the SNL skit. LOL. Sociopaths, trannies, are programmed with narcissism and believe they are the saviour of the world. It’s the Satanic Underground Way. Nancy Pelosi could be a tranny. Kamala Harris is definitely tranny (synthetic woman). 1972, Joe Biden becomes the youngest elected senator and then enjoys attempting to kill off his whole family as part of the Satanic Underground bargain of rigging the election! The only thing I hope now is the real Joe Biden was killed and replaced with a lookalike. I bet Joe Biden III (who Obama wanted named “Beau” because probably he wasn’t a proven Joe Biden III since I was a mafia man and II was $hit too…btw, did you know the mafia call their advances in their crime ring as “making their bones”? Just some thoughts…copy my notes from my very informal blog. Make your comments your own. PubliusRoots.com

        • Duck says:

          annemarie
          “…Just like Diana, who married Prince Charles yet I don’t believe Charles realized Diana was a tranny ..”

          That is not very likely to be true.
          She had a prominent family and the idea that they would be able to trans-ify a kid and not have any of the inbred clique that runs the UK know about it it is laughable.
          The British aristocrats live in essentially a community akin to a smallish village and all know each others business. They go to school together and have known each other in some cases since Tudor times.

    • Duck says:

      Roy
      Article looks like bunk to me.
      Fitz as a names pre-fix is as I understand it a mark of illegitimacy- FitzRoy would be the (Acknowledged) ‘Bastard son of” a guy with the family name ‘Roy’…its not uncommon for aristocratic wrong side of the sheets kid to be acknowledged and get the fathers name with Fitz prefixed.
      Lol, just saw your name is Roy, but chose that example from a guy I actually knew once.

      William the Conqueror was also known as William The Bastard and anyone who thinks he was jewish is historically illiterate. I kinda faded out of the article after that.

      As for JFK being “gay” I would not put being bi past him but its kinda sick that having close male buddies is now seen as a sign you want to bang them.

  2. hbihun says:

    Well done James.

    So many diversions from the main reason for his death. Only one Kennedy researcher has exposed the conflict between him and David Ben-Gurion of Israel. Kennedy opposed the Israeli nuclear weapons program. His death was the final obstacle they had to an Atomic bomb. Why did only one researcher that I know of go down this path? The book is Final Judgement by Michael Collins Piper.

    Most Kennedy researchers remind me of a dog chasing it’s tail.

    • André says:

      Funny thing is that’s so obvious that it’s “hiding in plain sight”, i.e. at Wikipedia:

      > Jack Leon Ruby (born Jacob Leon Rubenstein; April 25, 1911 – January 3, 1967) was an American nightclub owner. … There was evidence indicating Jack Ruby had been involved in the underworld activities of illegal gambling, narcotics, and prostitution. … Ruby’s conviction was later appealed, and he was granted a new trial. However, as the date for his new trial was being set, Ruby became ill in prison and died of a pulmonary embolism from lung cancer on January 3, 1967.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Ruby

  3. André says:

    There’s a lot of mythology around JFK. A LOT!

    1. He was NOT a popular candidate.
    2. There is OVERWHELMING evidence his victory was fraudulent (which Nixon conceded without pursuing investigation).
    3. JFK, and the Kennedys in general, were NOT civil rights champion: https://youtu.be/8yYbP4GlPos

    • Libertydan says:

      By November of 1963 JFK was the most popular President in my life time. He would have been unbeatable in the 1964 Election. Tricky Dick Nixon owed his VP position under Eisenhower to former Union Bank President and Nazi funder Prescott Bush.
      Politics is a dirty game. Politicians and their handlers, take many photos with different people to be used as propaganda to get votes.
      Nixon hired Henry Kissinger to “Open up China” and then to negotiate the “Petrodollar” with Saudi Arabia. It is because of his administration that the “Military Industrial Complex” has become what it is today invading countries for “National Interests” (Corporate Greed).
      Also, Bobby Kennedy would have been Elected in 1968 had the CIA (Operation MK) not killed him.

    • Duck says:

      Andre
      Civil rights might have been something that needed to get done, but the fact is that the movement was riddled with communists and people who wanted to take down the US system- kinda like BLM today.

      Its unfair to expect anyone in power to roll behind reforms that, even if needed, were deeply unpopular with the majority of the population and caused a ton of social disruption and violence.

    • Arby says:

      True. It took the mob handing out piles of cash to the union bosses to lean on their workers to get the win, which was a squeaker. There’s lot of info on this but you won’t get it from establishment books (with a few exceptions, notably Seymour Hersh’s “The Dark Side Of Camelot”) and sources. You’ll get tidbits here and there but mostly propaganda.

      • Libertydan says:

        Politics is a dirty business. If you were able to uncover the “string pullers” for Richard Nixon (Devil worshipers an all), you would likely conclude that JFK was a Saint by Comparison.
        A study of Labor (serfs) in this country prior to the Labor Union Movement should uncover enough Sins by the Forces of Industry to get you to realize that Labor Unions are not all bad. Co-ops are better, but Labor Unions are not all bad.
        Dealing with people (including Union Bosses) that influence large numbers of Votes is “Politics” (I know how the game is played, and I refuse to play it)
        I have also been a Pole Watcher in the past when it “was” about getting the Votes (which was bad enough). Today, it is as Stallion said: “not who Votes, or How they Vote, but who Counts the Votes.
        Electronic Voting Machines have been manipulated to the point of total system failure.
        Indeed, it may be hard to imagine, but getting Union Bosses to endorse a Candidate was likely being played by both sides.

        • Arby says:

          The desire, I see, to worship the ‘pretty’ terrorist, JFK (which gets you the approval of most of the world), is super strong. But it’s a free universe. I don’t understand that desire. But I have to accept that it’s there and that others possess it and that they will make their choices accordingly. And so I do.

  4. Roy says:

    Miles Mathis goes his own ways, have tried to write to him, but often i get the answer, : find out for your self.
    Most of the time i reference to Miles Mathis, the post get deleted on most sights, so he is not popular.
    So try to write to him, and see what he has to say !

    yoR

  5. Antonio says:

    Hmm, when “Calypso Louie” starts touting a theory, it must be bunk.

    Still, I wonder what the real impact of the EO would have been. It seems that if there was still inferior money around (Federal Reserve Notes (FRNs)), most people would have kept the silver and did their business in Federal Reserve Notes. Bad money drives out good money, as Gresham would say. All this effectively would have done is to drain the silver reserves of the U.S. Treasury much as the official value of gold quoted in Dollars served to drain the U.S. Treasury of gold in the post-WWII period until the official repudiation of the promise to redeem Dollars for gold by Nixon in 1971.

    I’ll watch the rest of the presentation now. It seems that the appeal to authority is strong even with people who push this theory. Apparently, nobody is immune.

  6. Libertydan says:

    Since 1913 the Federal Reserve has been creating more Paper than there was Gold to back it. By 1933 they had Bankrupted the Federal Government and used the power of Government to Confiscate the Gold whereby they continued printing paper against it.
    Indeed, Silver continued to Back the lower denominated Paper issued by the Treasury, but did not Back Federal Reserve Notes issued by the Private Bankers. By allowing the Federal Reserve to Print lower denominated Bank Notes against Gold Reserves and at the same time extending the U.S. Treasury to Print Silver Certificates Kennedy may have been hoping to provide a compromise.
    Most any Coin collector knows that the “D” on a U.S. minted Coin indicates that it was minted by the U.S. Treasury in Denver Colorado. I would say that JKF made his announcement of Executive Order 111110 in Colorado because of the U.S. Mint there, more so than because of the Mining.
    In any case, the Federal Reserve was already in control of the Money Supply and could buy all the Silver they wanted with Federal Reserve Notes, so giving them the Power to Print smaller Notes, seems to make little difference. JFK recognized Silver as a valuable industrial material in the coming age of Electronics and wanted to free it up so that it could be used.
    Now if we focus on the Rothschild Banking Dynasty, who funded the creation of Israel, and is a major player in the Federal Reserve System, we may see where the Federal Reserve could be put into the middle of this. Perhaps, the Rothschilds deliberately diverted attention away from Israel with so many half truths and lies that they knew would cloud people’s minds (similar to Fog of War).
    Indeed, they are well practiced at it, and Isreal had reason to want him dead!

  7. manbearpig says:

    Touché! Another silver-studded Corbett coup de maitre!

  8. urthp says:

    Roosevelt took the US off the gold standard domestically under a National WAR Emergency declaration in 1933. Effectively a national bankruptcy declaration.
    Under a WAR emergency the President may dictate as he sees fit – as Lincoln did in the 1860’s. The’33 war emergency continues to this day. We still use the un-(gold) backed “emergency scrip” introduced by FDR in 1933.
    This scrip is now backed by bullets and high tech methods of forceful persuasion (eg the assassination of General Soleimani a year ago
    by way of drone strike). It also has the vast cattle herd of US citizenry to back it. To escape this herd and it’s motion toward the slaughterhouse is not easily possible. Everyone uses this Fed Reserve scrip.
    We are now in the midst of the next bankruptcy event, involving the medical culling of the older / more useless cattle, and the medicinal-biochemical pacification & revaluation of the younger cattle.

    • Libertydan says:

      Urthp,
      I assume you are referring to “Federal Reserve Notes” as “emergency script” introduced during FDR’s Administration. Indeed, they did require all “Citizens” to give up their Gold and made it a crime for “Citizens” to even be in possession of Gold Bullion, but The Federal Reserve system actually used that newly collected Gold to recalculate the value of their Notes to other Countries. The value of the Bank Notes went from $20 per Oz of Gold in 1933 to $35 per Oz in 1934, and this was after they collected all the Bullion from Citizens.
      It was not until August 15, 1971 that Richard Nixon announced to the world that he was “Temporarily suspending the conversion of Dollars to Gold”.. Ya, “Temporarily”, it was time for a “Reset”. Enter Henry Kissinger and the “Petrodollar”

  9. Duck says:

    I dont think his being a jew was secret- after he got dosed with whatever “DR MK-ULTRA” Jolly West (also openly jewish) gave him in jail Ruby was screaming that there was a pogrom going on and hallucinating jews being murdered in the streets, at least thats what I read in Chaos by Tom o’neil

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Jolyon_West

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CHAOS:_Charles_Manson,_the_CIA,_and_the_Secret_History_of_the_Sixties

    • Jed says:

      Great work by Tom O’Neill, great insight on how our compartmentalized top down dominator run fucked up hell-world works. A monkey-shot look at Hollywood and the music business as well.

    • victoria says:

      jolly west was one of my programmers, so ive more than a few articles bookmarked, incl this one which states: When Jack Ruby started claiming from his jail cell that a cabal was responsible for JFK’s murder, Dr. West showed up in April 1964 to examine Oswald’s assassin and concluded that Ruby was paranoid and mentally ill. The text of Dr. West’s letter on Jack Ruby’s sanity recommends confinement to a mental institution.

      joe rogan & tom o’neill … Jack Ruby’s Court Assigned Shrink Was an MKUltra Doc

      • Jed says:

        What a sick evil bastard, an expert, another Dr. Menegle. He wasn’t lying when he stated that he’d never tested lsd on anything other than animals — we’re all animals to him. It’s a small world with these psychos, their tentacles entwine at seemingly unrelated areas, they’re never more than one psycho away from all the big evil events and works. Look at this jolly idiot, from Manson, to JFK to gods know what else. Same names keep coming up. You’re lucky to’ve survived contact with someone so deadly toxic.

        • victoria says:

          yep. west was a demented sadistic psycho. ha! good one — “jolly idiot” 😁!! since ya brought up lsd, west dosed me with it ~ sugar cube, my earliest memory of him, at 4yo took me to an elitest halloween party, i was tinkerbelle… it was 1966. at 6yo i got so pissed off at the bastard, pounded on his chest with all my might, he laughed & laughed then grabbed my wrists so hard – painful, but still my second favorite memory around him. my last recollection of jolly, at 15 yo i spit in his face & thats my favorite mem, albeit the horror preceding… my heart still aches.
          so well spoken Jed, small world & tentacles… truly evil. on that note, ten yrs ago remembered attending a very posh party ~ jfk assassination 7 yr anniv in 1970. still wonder whether the celebration was about jfk’s murder, OR about assassination as hoax ~ which one’s the big joke? this yr quite fitting to find: Bush Sr laughing about Kennedy assassination — tho its david rockefeller i remember most at the party & there’s programming around cuba.
          numerology: 11+22=33+1(1963)=34 ~ 7 (the number of completion & perfection)

          • Jed says:

            I’m still stuck in Wtf(?)! Do viruses exist, how exactly does the monetary enslavement system work, who’s at the back doors of voting machines, why won’t people listen about building 7 ect., all evidence but distraction at the same time. The names that reappear, I don’t think they’re ‘who’, they seem more to be comparable to cattle dogs. Who or what is leisurely following the cattle dogs whilst they drive the herd? The GWs, Fords, DRs and Jolly Wests — looks, feels and sounds to me like these are the older kids left in charge whilst the adults are away.

            • victoria says:

              for the most part, ive become rather simplistic in my perspective on the powers that shouldnt be ~~ low life leeches at all levels.

              more numerology:

              interestingly, 53 yrs prior to the day of jfk assassination ~ It was the night of November 22, 1910, and a group of the richest and most powerful men in America were boarding a private rail car at an unassuming railroad station in Hoboken, New Jersey. The car, waiting with shades drawn to keep onlookers from seeing inside, belonged to Senator Nelson Aldrich, the father-in-law of billionaire heir to the Rockefeller dynasty, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. A central figure on the influential Senate Finance Committee, where he oversaw the nation’s monetary policy, Aldrich was referred to in the press as the “General Manager of the Nation.” Joining him that evening was his private secretary, Shelton, and a who’s who of the nation’s banking and financial elite: A. Piatt Andrew, the Assistant Treasury Secretary; Frank Vanderlip, President of the National City Bank of New York; Henry P. Davison, a senior partner of J.P. Morgan Company; Benjamin Strong, Jr., an associate of J.P. Morgan and President of Bankers Trust Co., and Paul Warburg, heir of the Warburg banking family and son-in-law of Solomon Loeb of the famed New York investment firm, Kuhn, Loeb & Company.

              11/22/1910 ~ 11+22=33+2(1910)=35 ~ 8 (number of money & power)

              hmmm… 35 & 53 (reversals) combined: 88 ~ 7. while seven is the single-digit number of jfk assassination date, im smh about the 88 cuz its numerical code for heil hitler & at the 7yr anniv party there were nazis, several of my former perps…

              thanks so much Jed, your fire & your kindness… beautiful combination💜

  10. HomeRemedySupply says:

    James Corbett’s “Debunking the JFK Silver Certificate Myth” presentation at JFK Lancer is impressive in so many ways, especially with the trail of documents and visuals laid out in an easy to assimilate fashion.
    This presentation is a dynamic service to the “Truth Community”, the “Conspiracy Realists”.
    I am sure this video will circulate widely within the silver bull community.

    DALLAS, TEXAS …That boy, James Corbett, sure gets around!
    “Since 1996 JFK Lancer has gathered people together in Dallas to commemorate John F. Kennedy’s life and assassination.”

    ”North Texans for 9/11 Truth” Meetup Group has often set up tables and disseminated free information at JFK Lancer.

    PHOTOS JFK Lancerhttp://911blogger.com/news/2013-12-07/jfk-50th-anniversary-jfk-lancer-north-texans-911-truth
    ( I stand behind JFK.)

    More links to JFK Lancer and ”North Texans for 9/11 Truth”
    http://911blogger.com/topics/jfk-lancer

  11. suzt says:

    A cry for help on How to get off USD’s to …??? and is there a crypto for dummies? do I have to have a smart phone to use crypto? (I’m almost ready to get rid of my “smart” phone. Is it easy?

    Thanks so much!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      SuzieQ,
      Go slow. There is no rush on the crypto. Buy just a little to start. The price action of Bitcoin during Thanksgiving was pretty sudden and dramatic.

      Coinbase.com is simple. It takes a credit card and/or a checking account. It is available in Mexico.
      Test the waters…just buy a little for starters. Then check back to your account in a couple days. You will see.
      The simplicity…It is kind of like ordering a product online with a credit card.
      Save your passwords and account information on a Word document or email to yourself or something.

      Here is the Thread of November 8th, Crypto for Codgers.
      https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-1592-brainstorming-solutions-live-on-air/#comment-97325

  12. Totoroama267 says:

    May i direct you all to a documentary from a french writer, Laurent Guyenot, that he recently dubbed himself in English:

    https://lbry.tv/Israel-and-the-Assassinations-of-The-Kennedy-brothers:930e20a0c27317ca6829b1d703007618fee98ff3?src=embed

    His book JFK – 9/11: 50 years of Deep State, banned from Amazon, is now available in English.

  13. Arby says:

    I’m stupid about money matters and can’t add 2 and 2, but I have read a lot and I do pay attention. And I am not a Kennedy worshipper as most of the world, Left, Right and everyone in between is. One thing is clear to me, JFK was utterly pedestrian. He was perfectly establishment. And rightwinger Ira Stoll is absolutely correct to call JFK a Conservative, as did I.F. Stone.

    “Kennedy’s accomplishments, particularly in domestic affairs, did not fall short of his purportedly lofty dreams; rather, as I.F. Stone bravely observed at the height of the canononization process immediately following the assassination, “Kennedy, when the tinsel was stripped away, was a conventional leader, no more than an enlightened conservative, cautious as an old man for all his youth, with a basic distrust of the people and an astringent view of the evangelical as a tool of leadership…

    “…Indeed, the word “conservative” may be instructive, for it points to Kennedy’s paradoxical relationship with the dominant, corporate institutions in American society. Kennedy fought running battles with the business community, the military, and the conservative politicians throughout his Presidency; it was precisely through this combat that his liberal credentials were established. Yet, though it was seldom evident at the time – especially to the participants – such battles always remained on the level of means. The ends Kennedy sought were essentially the same as the ends of his conservative adversaries. In anything, he pursued these common ends more vigorously than his adversaries” – pages 9 & 10 of “Pragmatic Illusions” by Bruce Miroff

    • Duck says:

      Arby
      Not sure if calling him a conservative is the right term- the whole nation was more conservative then and the 60’s drug and sexual revolutions were mainly sponsored by the Elites like the Rockefellers and the CIA.

      http://centerforaninformedamerica.com/laurelcanyon/ this is a shorter online version of Mcgowans book
      https://logosmedia.com/links/brain/ While the owner of the site is a bit weird his Mind Map of the social change agents is REALLY GOOD
      https://app.thebrain.com/brains/065d248e-2914-4c6e-8d64-6ca107adad19/thoughts/6f71ad51-b80f-5caa-b7f4-693f8265a657/notes
      FULL screen version link

      That said at least Kennedy was NOT a war hawk since he was frightened of blowing up the world in an atomic holocaust…he did try (‘a bit’) to cut back on spending (even saying he wanted some kind of “understanding” with the Russians so they could take turns doing prestigious breakthrough’s and save money at least according top to “JFK’s last 100 days” by Clarke. He was reported to be thinking that Vietnam was in need of some kind of exit strategy since it was a waste of resources.

      Unlike later leaders Kennedy, as selfish and ruthless as he might have been, had seen war and had at least some desire to avoid it.

      He also killed the Orion program for an atomic bomb power space ship, which makes me sad since it was Star Trek level stuff…. 🙁

    • Arby says:

      That last sentence should have started “If anything…”

  14. Arby says:

    “The legend materialized spontaneously. It was inevitable, given the events of that terrible November day in Dallas. But beyond that, Kennedy was the stuff of which myths are made: young, handsome, heroic, with a style, grace, and vitality that most applauded and many envied. If personal specifications had been designed for the ideal postwar President, Kennedy would have fitted them. The circumstances and the man were right for myth-making, and with them came the myth-makers…

    “There was no way to immunize against ideas; they could travel anywhere. Khrushchev asked if Kennedy meant that communism could exist only in those countries already communist and that if communism developed elsewhere the United States and the Soviet Union would be in conflict. If that was so, there was no way to avoid conflict.

    “The conclusion is simple. Even if Khrushchev was sanctimonious in his devotion to the principle of revolution – the Soviet Union hardly welcomed it, or even evolution in its mildest forms, within its East European empire – his analysis was essentially correct: in the postwar years revolutions have been largely indigenous in character. Kennedy, on the other hand, was preaching the merits of the status quo, however much he may have denied it. He said he recognized the need for change but in fact, like Truman and Eisenhower, he recognized the validity of only the kind of change acceptable to the United States. Real change, messy, chaotic change, change almost inevitably involving communism or communists, was not acceptable. Kennedy, the first President born in this century, the modern President, was a counterrevolutionary… The cool, prudent Kennedy, who so often warned Khrushchev of the dangers of miscalculation, was himself guilty of two enormous miscalculations, miscalculations that were entirely representative of the American ethos at the time: the conviction that the United States had the right to change the natural course of events within other sovereign countries; and the belief that it had the power to do so.” – pages 165 & 166 of “Cold War & Counterrevolution” by Richard J. Walton

    JFK (a sex symbol) is an enduring ad selling the American empire, and by extension, the global capitalist system designed by the US post WWII. And who buys it? Not lovers of peace and democracy.

    • lovetodust says:

      I disagree. I don’t consider him a sex symbol. But he was everything your first paragraph described and I’ll take that over every President that came after.

      I was alive during Camelot and I will take that, myth and all, over the swamp this country has turned into.

      I will not get over the past four years for as long as I live. And I don’t mean Trump per se. I am apolitical. I mean the disgusting display of the media – all of it – in the vilification and complete tearing down of the Office of the President. It has been sickening. On all sides.

      I’ll take that beautiful family on the lawn of the White House anyday.

      • manbearpig says:

        I’ve always maintained (since 2016) that Trump was put in office to do just that: the “complete tearing down of the Office of the President” in the eyes of “the people”. To make them more amenable to the…ostensible “modification” of their so-called democracy and make way for Agenda 21 Technocracy.
        That being just part of his mission to unplug the glitzy Hollywood lights flashing “The American Dream”, tear down the golden towers and playboy bunny wives, to make it all seem old, reactionary, individualistic and most importantly UNSUSTAINABLE.
        I’m kind of a broken record on that point.

      • Duck says:

        lovetodust
        “..and I will take that, myth and all, over the swamp this country has turned into…”

        Thing is, in those days two huge things were going for the US that are gone now

        A) The American People had not yet been demoralized by the deliberate destruction of social cohesion and moral norms… people who lack morals will always be slaves.

        B)The Leaders (while just as selfish) were still mostly made up of people who felt that they both needed and were genetically connected to the people they ruled over…. the “Coastal Elites” and their ‘information moving’ class of flying monkeys are mainly internationalist in outlook, dont think they NEED and dont even LIKE regular Americans
        ‘Revolt of the Elites’ gives a purely sociological explanation if you want to ignore the other fact that the Jewish cultural influence in that social class is far far bigger then it was back in the 60’s
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQ_B1VPWniI

        If you are not frightened to look at it as a culture clash E M Jones over at https://culturewars.com/ tells it pretty well. Personally I think its a bit of both views

      • Arby says:

        “Preoccupation with his personal attractiveness has, unfortunately, done more to obscure than to clarify John Kennedy’s political record.” – Bruce Miroff, page 1 of “Pragmatic Illisons”

        That’s your choice. But the Kennedy brothers were terrorists. Maxwell Taylor referred to Kennedy as the father of modern day counterinsurgency (aka State terrorism). You’ll take Vietnam? As Seymour Hersh noted, Kennedy didn’t just escalate in Vietnam but made it a qualitative escalation, giving us awful firsts, such as the first use of chemical weapons on the population, black ops and the targetting of civilians (with defoliants and black ops). Have you read Douglas Valentine’s “The Phoenix Program”? Have you read?

        *I typed Seymour Hersh into the Bitchute search (which is global only, unfortunately) and got 7 returns in total and none were mine. Alternative media to the rescue? I have some excerpts in my free cloud service (Box), but I’m sure that I’m missing some and I thought that I had uploaded them to Bitchute. They would have been among the first excerpts that I had uploaded.

        Hersh talked about his controversial book at Politcs & Prose Bookstore, which was on YouTube. (Here’s one snippet that I just uploaded to Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/M0YyHr7r0rLQ/) Eventually, the entire talk disappeared from online and we were left with just snippets. That was the last time I looked, which was a long time ago. I was new to avidemux and Bitchute (2018 unless some vids were disappeared) when I started and didn’t think to upload the entire discussion.

        • Duck says:

          Arby
          Not that I love the Kennedy clan or anything, but considering the US invasion of the Philippines on the brink of their independence and how the subjugation was chock full of war crimes as bad, or likely worse, anything in Vietnam so its kinda unjust to suggest the K bro’s invented modern counter insurgency.

          • Arby says:

            I’m just giving you history. I can offer many quotes (or just type out whole books), but really, it’s all in the history books. If you don’t want to know, there’s nothing that I can do about that.

            “In an assessment of American counterinsurgency programs, General Taylor told the 1965 graduating class of the International Police Academy (itself a Kennedy innovation): “I think we should look to President Kennedy as the architect in large measure of the programs and policies of my government and eventually of many other governments directed at facing the challenge of what was originally called subversive insurgency.” page 40 & 41 of “War Without End – American Planning for the Next Vietnams” by Michael Klare

            Resisting American imperialism and invasion was seen as crime by the Americans. All of my projects have been sidelined since the start of covid 1984, including my effort at collecting excerpts that would explain and illuminate ‘counterrevolution’ and ‘counterinsurgency’. With no one reading anymore, other than on their smart phones, I realize that I’m speaking a language that others just don’t know.

            “Counterrevolution And Counterinsurgency” / https://app.box.com/s/a109i80irt5a6j0pwkl99ua1yhqzjqv8

            • Duck says:

              Arby
              “..Resisting American imperialism and invasion was seen as crime by the Americans. ..”

              As with Citizens of any Empire loosing the flow of resources is the ‘crime’… the difference is that Americans are led to believe that they don’t live in an Empire when the Empire goes back to the Spanish American war or before. Americans demand that they be lied to and told that they are fighting for justice rather then resources.

              from your link
              “.. The American corporate elite will have us fight so persistently to suppress revolutions because they view this struggle as the only way to maintain their power and privilege…”
              The REAL joke is that Capital has been THE SOURCE of revolution for years- from the John Brown revolt to the Hawaiian Revolution to the Soviet Revolution and the Chinese communist take over from the Nationalists.
              What other reason then self interest has Google, Apple Soros and Wallstreet for funding and helping BLM and Antifa?

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTfYV1SnqgI The book NEEDS you to take notes. It took me a while to get thru.

              https://www.corbettreport.com/episode-297-china-and-the-new-world-order/

              You are mistaken in imagining that communism is any more a free range product then Fascism… they both are the creations of the Capital class and TBH Marx and Engels were spooky as hell.
              https://www.bitchute.com/video/9yks7CkfuUIi/
              After the horrible 4 min intro this guy makes some good points on that… you get similar stuff from Nesta Websters ‘World Revolution’ if you prefer to read.

              Revolution is how the Corporate Elite KEEP power

              • Duck says:

                https://www.bitchute.com/video/WK3tcuXmdVJc/

                world revolution review on bitchute

              • Arby says:

                Others have noted that communism and capitalism was created by the same evil forces. I would be interested in details, because it makes no sense to me. As Richard J. Walton notes, it was wrong for JFK to take the counterrevolutionary position that the Soviet Union was behind every outbreak of communism in new countries. Revolutions (then) were expressions of the populace and indigenous and had nothing to do, directly, with Kremlin direction. Then again, Khrushchev was wrong if he believed that JFK’s position was a pure ideological, and irrational, response to communism. The Soviet Union hardly allowed revolution within its borders, so it couldn’t preach. But Khrushchev’s comment to JFK that ideas could not be contained but went where they wanted was correct.

                The only thing I would add to that is that, as we look back, things were different in certain respects. Nation States were more independent, often, if not free from traitorous national leaders. Moving closer to today what changed was the power of transnational capitalism and corporations. Nations States have been absorbed into a Corporatocracy dominated (and misled) by the US. It could have been any large superpower. It happened to be the US (or if you prefer, the US/UK/Israel). Governments are now police State governments (glorified police forces) and enforcers for transnational capitalism. The US, therefore, is transnational capitalism’s global police headquarters. That was the publicly stated plan since the late 70s (and written in one of the then newly formed Trilateral Commission’s first papers called “The Crisis Of Democracy.”

                JFK was serving higher, dark, powers. Because of ‘their’ nature, fascist politicians like JFK were precisely the kind of leaders that worked for the real global ruling forces, namely corporations and investors.

                “Terror keeps the neo-colonial elites in power and the investment skies sunny.” – page 67, “The Washington Connection And Third World Communism” by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky

                “Crisis Of Democracy” / https://app.box.com/s/8ojrsjs8fxwwoygcshen75b86qgcnhrf

            • Duck says:

              Arby
              “…thers have noted that communism and capitalism was created by the same evil forces. I would be interested in details, because it makes no sense to me. …”
              The link to the interview on “wall street and the Russian Revolution” in this thread goes into the WHY and HOW – mainly to allow Capital to get control of property in the hands of other capitalists and private citizens…the infamous Koch bro’s dad was personally on the ground in the Soviet Union in the big grab.
              Listening to Dr Spen talk is a good start but the book is jam packed with details as to who did what and how they benefited (or lost out)
              Even Henry Ford made big bucks licencing his tractors so the Soviets could collectivize the farms and liquidate the Kulaks
              the modern ‘revolutionary’ movements being aided by big tec and big capital are doing the same thing…. small biz will go under thanks to social unrest that big ones weather.

              As is said in “world Revolution” (reviwe link onthis thread) on this thread the true workers movements always lead to some form of Unionized mutual aid co-op while Revolutionary movements are NEVER run by the actual workers and always help the people running them and worsen the workers conditions.

              Thanks for the book link… I will try to get it read next week but am kinda swamped

              • robert.t says:

                I sometimes wonder how far back the plan goes.

                Having smashed Japan, Korea and Vietnam and busted Russia – all traditional enemies of China – the corporate West transferred production to the communist slave state. (But my Blundstone boots are still Aussie…oh, wait…)

                How much of this was intended and how much opportunism I couldn’t say, but the method of exploitation was clear. It was a matter of keeping wages, conditions, currency and expectations down in the communist partner; meanwhile the capitalist partner kept its currency strong through the petrodollar and other arrangements so it could consume massively what had been produced so cheaply.

                Hell, they even got some Chinese to play dead in the street, sprawled out like kids in a cowboys-‘n-indians game, to kick off the corona hoax. Truly the best enemies petrodollars can buy.

              • Arby says:

                So, Those who created capitalism and communism went everywhere where communism, or more specifically, revolution, broke out and caused it to break out every time it broke out? (All that you have to do in order to cause people to strive for freedom is to oppress them. At least that was true at one time. Today, You can’t cause people to strive for freedom, at least not in great numbers. They have become cattle, largely owing to corporate media.) Certainly the CIA and all the evil CIA-like orgs (NED etc) go everywhere and do their best to manipulate things and, eventually, succeed. Still, that doesn’t mean that the people were not trying to fashion their own societies and that they were often communist in character.

                The link was to the Trilateralist’s paper titled “The Crisis Of Democracy.” I’m not swamped, but neither am I terribly free these days, in a number of ways. I’m not functioning fully. All of my routines, including reading regularly, have been overturned. “History Of The Russian Revolution” by Leon Trotsky, sits on my book shelf and has sat there for a long time. I’m reading some fluff stuff, mainly because I bought the books and feel that I should. I have started too many. It’s a bad habit of mine. When I keep getting interrupted or fail to persist, my attention wanders. I’ve stared Eva Golinger’s book on Hugo Chavez titled “The Chavez Code,” as well as “Yugoslavia – Peace, War, and Dissolution,” but there’s something weird about that book. There’s Noam Chomsky’s face and name on the front cover, prominently, but I don’t think he contributes anything to the book, whose editor is Davor Dzalto and whose preface is by Andrej Grubacic. I’ve spelled those names improperly (accents) but I’m going to leave it there just because I just woke up and haven’t had coffee or showered or anything. And I’m almost done reading the awful book about evolution, titled “The Enchanted Loom,” by Robert Jastrow, in which he waxes lyrical, essentially, about transhumanism.

                Normally, I would have finished all those books long ago. I used to buy books all the time and then fret about having the time to read them. Now I can’t shop for anything. A lot of my books were bought in second hand bookshops here in Toronto, which have dwindled to very few. I don’t have good luck with buying books online. I don’t even go out now, unless I have to. Ebay always manages to rob me. The final price is never the final price. (One time, a book I bought on eBay ended up costing three times what I thought I was going to pay for it.) New books, I find, are pricey. I buy them sometimes but I can’t really afford them.

            • Duck says:

              Arby
              a lot to unpack
              “..who created capitalism and communism went everywhere… revolution… every time it broke out?..”

              In China provably YES, in Russia Provably YES in the French Revolution it looks like a YES

              “.. Still, that doesn’t mean that the people were not trying to fashion their own societies and that they were often communist in character….”
              See Nesta Webster for a history thereof- Workers movements are Evolutionary and benefit them, Revolutionary movements never benefit the workers. Russia in 1914 was a huge rich country with FEWER police, smaller government and fewer executions then the USA per person.

              “..swamped..” I am kinda 🙁

              “…“History Of The Russian Revolution” by Leon Trotsky, sits on my book shelf and has sat there for a long time….”
              Trotsky died a multimillionaire so I read… his Uncle was already a millionaire, he may have been related to the infamous Riley ‘ace of spies’ More to the point WHO PAID FOR TROTSKY to live well in New York???
              If you dont have time to read the book you really should listen to the talk about it.
              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTfYV1SnqgI

              “.. I have started too many. It’s a bad habit of mine…”
              Me too, lol

              ‘..New books, I find, are pricey…’
              https://archive.org/ more books and magazine then you can read in your life 🙂

              http://www.gutenberg.org/

  15. MagicBullet says:

    James’ description of the legalities is enlightening. I still don’t understand though why JFK would print silver certifs via the treasury, and why LBJ promptly decommissioned them, if they were helping the Fed?

    • Libertydan says:

      MagicBullet,
      It was the second Executive order signed on the same day as EO 11110 that allowed the Federal Reserve to print $1 and $2 Dollar Bills that would have resulted in the U.S. Treasury having to hold less Silver in order to keep it’s Silver Certificates Honest.
      E.O. 111110 did allow the U.S. Treasury to continue to Mint Silver coins and print Silver Certificates which were redeemable in Silver. It was the other E.O. signed on the same day that allowed the Federal Reserve to compete with the Silver Certificates.
      Indeed, as Rockefeller once said; “Competition is a Sin”, and by having LBJ Resend E.O. 111110 the Federal Reserve got rid of the Competition for the Smaller Bills.
      Any way you look at it, 1964 was the last year for Honest Coinage whereby a Silver Dollar was 90% Silver and still contained the amount of Silver used to define it by the original Coinage Act. The 1/2 Dollar was half of that weight in Silver, the Quarter was a Quarter of that weight in Silver, and the Dime was 1/10th that weight in Silver. All Dimes and Quarters minted after 1964 were Nickle plated Copper with no Silver content. Perhaps they became fractions of a “Federal Reserve Note”.
      The sneaky deceptive ways of the World Bankers to build and take control of an Empire are not meant to be understood by the common man. They will vilify anyone who opposes them, and instigate/fund the Assignation of those who pose a real threat to their power structure.
      I do believe that both JFk and Bobby Kennedy posed a real threat to their power structure, and that is why they were killed.

      • MagicBullet says:

        ok thanks. So you mean, it looks like JFK is against the FR if you just look at the treasury making the notes, but because the other EO also gave the FR the right to make notes, JFK actually evened up the rights in the FR favor, and he or the next guy was going to stop the treasury making the notes anyway regardless of assassination? If this is true, it is very deceptive indeed and we can’t easily blame the other JFK investigators from being deceived themselves.

        • Libertydan says:

          I think E.O. 11110 only reveals part of the story (a half truth) that has been used as a foundation to make it look as thought JFK was out to “End the Fed” when it appears that he had no such plan.

          Perhaps trolls within the CIA feed this half truth as a means of Diversion away from them. They openly admit that “misinformation” is their “Specialty”. By creating what is known as “the Fog of War” (so many many varying half truths so as to boggle the mind), the Socialist Commys hope to discourage Truth Seekers to the point where they give up hope for finding the truth.

          I do believe that JFK had a vision to make the USA into something better than it was when he took Office, and that he drew many people into serving the greater good, only to have them used by the evil bastards that had him Assassinated.

          JFK can be credited with reversing the escalating “Cold War” and attempting to put the “Arms Race” behind us. That, in itself, was the deed of a hero. Five Star General and U.S. President Eisenhower did nothing to ease the “Arms Race”. About the best I can say for him is that he warned of the increasing influence of “the Military Industrial Complex” during his farewell speech of January 1961

          • lovetodust says:

            I agree with you, libertydan. I think JFK wanted to make America better. With all his faults, which are debated still, he had a vision. You never hear leader’s today speak in the same way he did.

            From a personal perspective, I come from a large Irish Catholic family. There is a certain hubris that is cellular. Particularly if you are in the spotlight.

            I think John and Robert Kennedy had that hubris, combined with a vision and a passion. And I think that contributed to their assassinations.

            They had a vision and they were going after it. Perhaps naively?

            It took bullets to put that hubris to rest.

            Same with MLK. Same with Malcolm X.

            And then, of course, same with many others; politicians, activists and (real) journalists. Not bullets, necessarily. Plane and car crashes, heart attacks, “suicides”.

            p.s. I would not mistake Donald Trump’s personality with the hubris I am speaking of. He seems like a bit of a blow-hard, but it is all according to script. I don’t think a President since Kennedy as let hubris lead him astray.

      • Libertydan says:

        It was actually “Public Law 88-36” that was signed by JFK on the Same day as E.O.11110, and thus allowed the Federal Reserve to Print smaller Notes. By Continuing to allow the Treasury to print “Silver Certificates” with the E.O., Kennedy created a situation whereby anyone with a half of brain could see that Federal Reserve Notes were worth less than Silver Certificates. (I guess the people of that time never figured it out though)
        JFK was killed, and LBJ did resend the E.O. Order rather quickly, so who knows what people were expected to figure out by all that?

  16. lovetodust says:

    Great, thorough work, James. Thank you. I’m sure they appreciated it at Lancer.

  17. dirtcheap says:

    Aloha amigos..perhaps I misunderstood part of this..? However,it did not stop the use of Silver as money,just that it can be only then used in Coins…correct? Additionally,consider the signing of the Executive order,giving the Treasury Secretary back the Power to ISSUE Silver Certificates. Was JFk’s Way of INSURING that the Fed could not down the Road hold the people hostage to “Private Money” and the interest payments that required. Just food for thought,thanks for reading..aloha

  18. robert.t says:

    Well researched, James.

    When a beat-up story is too good it will persist, no matter the facts. Those who love its implications won’t spend a minute questioning or verifying. The fact that a story even reverses truth won’t change anything if the story has enough appeal to a prevailing fashion, morality or theory.

    Canute did not fight the tide. Being among the more sane of potentates, he commanded the tide to illustrate the limitations of power.

    Jesse Owen, according to a certain, er, Jesse Owen, was treated with the greatest respect and admiration in Berlin.

    Indians, who could not afford cannon fodder, did not ride in circles around besieged wagons, they rode in circles at Wild West shows because there was no other way of displaying them.

    It has been known since long before the climate beat-up that our Holocene epoch is not as warm as the previous interglacial (Eemian) some 120 thousand years back, nor is our present modern warming anywhere near to the warmest time in the Holocene. Current sea level rise is an insignificant dribble since the bottoming-out of the Little Ice Age around 1700. Widely accepted, never disputed, just obscured or totally ignored.

    As for pandemics which can’t so much as tickle the general mortality needle…

    The motto for the Great Reset should be something like STULTI NUMQUAM VERIFICANT.

    That means MUGS NEVER CHECK.

  19. stoffa says:

    Ben Still covered this well. He actually went and looked at the executive order 11110 back in 2017.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miOti3CZfuU
    Ben Still GooTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/bstill3

  20. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Decades ago, I read a book from the library by Henry A. Merton entitled:
    The Big Silver Melt
    The Untold Story of the Illegal Melting of U.S. Coinage and the Coming Upsurge in Coin Values

    Although a relatively thin book, it was fascinating and included many photographs which ascertained the tale told in the book. I still vaguely remember the photo of the old 60’s station wagon floorboard which had been warped by the loads of coins.

    The Book’s story revolved around the time in the later 1960’s when LBJ called for the dilution of the quantity of silver in coins. Entrepreneurs started going to places like the toll booths and buying up all the coins being tossed in. Then they would go back, sort them, and melt them down for the silver. Ungodly amounts of coins were melted.

    A forum writer well expressed aspects of the book:
    …it’s not a big book, but it’s VERY interesting! the author found a big time melter that was VERY active back in the day. this melter was very meticulus in his method. EVERY coin that came in was sorted by denomination, year, mint mark. there was a big sorting board with holes with corresponding dates/marks and the coins were slotted thru the proper hole. this guy was able to track damn near every coin that he melted. he had two furnaces going in 2 places. he mentioned of cars bending in half since the coins were so heavy. he also kept all his records, shipping, Air bills of lading, etc…

    there are also some pictures in the book of the furnaces and bags and bars. this guy would melt the coins and pour into big bars. he would drive the bars to an east coast airport and fly them to London as the silver sold for more in London and it was worth it to fly TONS (literally) of silver over the pond.

    this melters schedule was VERY tight. something like everything that came in that night had to be in bars in the morning for the flights out to London.

    given the info. this melter provided, i have no doubt that he did what he said he did. i think the book states something to the tune that this particular melter was responsible for melting like xx% (i thought like 10%) of all the US minted silver coins (modern, nothing of numismatic value, at least not back in those days).
    https://forums.collectors.com/discussion/546619/the-great-silver-melt-of-1980-did-it-really-happen

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      There were several periods in the following decades of the 60’s, when Texans would cross into Mexico and “smuggle” back silver. The U.S. silver prices were “higher”, and one could turn a quick profit.
      In the early 1970’s, I was impressed by all the silver ornaments, belt buckles, and such being sold in the border towns. Mexico has many silver mines still operating.

      Around the late Nixon era and the Oil Embargo of 1973-74, prices in the U.S. went nuts. All kinds of weird things were going on, especially with different commodities, silver and sugar and gasoline were a few.

      I want folks to note the current price of a pound of sugar in the grocery store.
      In 1974, the U.S. minimum wage was $2 per hour.
      In 1974, I managed a Donut Shop. The owner (who also owned a flower business) was trying to devise a plan to smuggle sugar up from Mexico, because the cost of sugar in the United States was near $1 per pound…and this was in 1974 money.
      ANECDOTE here…
      https://www.corbettreport.com/the-sugar-conspiracy/#comment-46403

  21. Libertydan says:

    Note in the link “Kennedy Signs Silver Bill” listed in the Show Notes above (see also below), The Article below it (in the Colorado News Paper) lists the price of Silver at $2.27 (I expect this is per/OZ) Given that a U.S. Silver Dollar at that time contained .715 Oz of Silver, A Silver Dollar was worth $1.62 Federal Reserve Notes, ($2.27 x .715 = $1.62)

    Indeed, there was a problem with the Money in 1963 that was beginning to surface, eh!

    “Silver Certificates” were clearly worth more than Federal Reserve Notes.

    https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=60BYAAAAIBAJ&sjid=d_cDAAAAIBAJ&pg=4270,1590553

  22. Jed says:

    This is an excellent episode, aside from debunking a false claim it’s important to keep this issue alive.

  23. Libertydan says:

    Re: Public Law 88-36
    Among JC’s sources listed above for supporting his conclusion that JFK did not have a plan to “End the Fed” is “Public Law 88-36”. JC claims that because this “Law” Passed by Congress and sent to the President for Signing was “Signed” on the same day as Executive Order 111110, JFK did not have a plan to End the Fed. In fact he claims that the opposite was true.
    In response, I say that (in those days) Congress made the Laws and could override the President with a 2/3rd majority Vote (even if the President Vetoed a Bill /Law Passed by Congress). JC’s Presentation appears to give equal weight to a “Law” Passed by Congress and an “Executive Order” by a sitting President. Clearly a “Law” Passed by Congress carries far more weight. (can you imagine an E.O. Ending the Fed?)

    Given that based on the price of Silver at that time ($2.27/oz), “Silver Certificates” issued by the U.S. Treasury were clearly worth more than “Federal Reserve Notes” (which had only been issued in larger denominations prior to Public Law 88-36), and that the people/public may not have been aware of this because the two forms of currency were not in direct competition, makes Executive Order 111110 far more important than James claims it to be.
    Indeed, by not Vetoing “Public law 88-36” JFK can be assumed to have agreed with allowing the Federal Reserve to Print FRN’s in lower denominations, yet at the same time (given E.O. 111110) it would appear that he did not agree with that part of “Public Law 88-36” that allowed them to do so exclusively.
    In any case, by signing Executive Order 111110 the new lower denominated Fed Notes would come into direct competition with “Silver Certificates” which were clearly worth more
    Was JFK trying to expose the Federal Reserve with Executive Order 111110? I can not say for sure, however if I were to have placed a One Dollar Federal Reserve Note along side a One Dollar “Silver Certificate” at that time, even at 8 years old, I could have figured out that there was clearly something fishy going on with the Money supply.
    Could it be that the World Bankers who own the Federal Reserve wanted complete control of the money supply which they got from “Public Law 88-36” and did not want E.O. 111110 , so they instigated a Coup (or helped) to kill JFK, and install a compromised LBJ who would immediately Rescind E.O. 111110?
    Yes, I say they could have!

  24. bendable_reluctor says:

    I wonder, if Eustace Mullins were alive today, what would he have to say about this.

    • Duck says:

      bendable
      What he ALWAYS said “Jews…Jews…”
      Mullins was a really smart guy who got the jump on a TON of things that are going on now… BUT if he lost a sock or his cookies burnt he would have thought jews did it. Plenty of evil goy out there to keep Soros, Zuckerberg, Epstein, Maxwell and the Banking Elite company in hell

  25. asavetmd says:

    The primary reasons were refusal to provide Israel with Nuclear Weapons, normalize US-Russia relations and pull the US military out of Vietnam. He was not a Cold Warrior because Mary Pinchot Mayer changed his thinking. The Silver Certificates exist, but collectors have them so you can’t find them anywhere.

  26. hellofriend says:

    It makes one wonder what Kennedy’s true motives were.

    It seems Kennedy was perfectly okay with the parasitic fed and bankers raping the American people and even encouraged it through executive order 11110. Kennedy had no problem enslaving America even further to private bankers who lend us money that doesn’t exist out of thin air and charge interest on it.

    At the same time a couple years later Kennedy spoke against secret societies and ruthless conspiracy against America in a famous speech attempting to expose said conspiratorial cabals.

    This is quite the paradox. Why was Kennedy pro financial enslavement but anti-secret society conspiracies encompassing ruthless enemies? Aren’t they one of the same?

    Was Kennedy simply fine with open conspiracies he was aware of but against conspiracies he wasn’t privy to? What was his reasoning for such a disgusting double standard?

    I thought Kennedy was one of the good guys, but after this expose`, I’m leaning towards Kennedy was simply a criminal just like his father Joe. Things at some point got too hot and he threatened to spill the beans on his handlers. It strikes me that JFK was nothing more than a common criminal snitch, doing what he had to do survive. If this is true, then I feel Kennedy has a lot in common with Trump in this regard. Pretending to be a good guy, enamoring the public, all while planning vile criminal plans in the background (Ie Operation Warp Speed). I’d love to be proven wrong though.

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