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Thursday, March 9, 2017

Why the Treasury Really Wanted Andrew Jackson off the $20

There are many reasons we at A&G openly like & support Trump and have done so for the last 18 months or so and last night we learned of another reason,,

Trump wants to keep Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill...
It is no secret that America is governed by the US Federal Reserve System. The Federal Reserve’s main shareholders are in charge of the money and so are also in charge of America.

To strengthen and maintain their power, these money bosses need to constantly be creating their own revisionist history of their self-importance while fitting into the multicultural, race-pandering PC climate the noisy liberal minority demands of its institutions.

In April 2016, America’s then treasury secretary, Jacob Lew, announced that the country’s $5, $10 and $20 bills would have a new design by 2020.

Lew made it seem as if the Treasury Department’s plans to redesign the banknotes were ‘the voice of the people’ rather than a whim of the authorities.  
According to the US Treasury Department, groups of activists on social networking sites had started calling for the country’s banknotes to feature prominent American women and well-known figures from ethnic token minorities.

The Treasury Department said nothing about how the suggestions were gathered and selected, however, or about the Women on $20s campaign group, which came from nowhere.

Their plans to replace seventh US President Andrew Jackson with the little-known and very insignificant black activist Harriet Tubman came as a real shock to many Americans.
Many on social media said that the new banknote would be the 'ugliest' in US history and then Trump, who at that point was still a presidential candidate, also responded in defense of Jackson

"(He) has a great history, and it seems rough to take someone off the bill," said Trump during an interview with NBC in April 2016.

When Trump moved into the White House on January 20th, he immediately hung a portrait of Andrew Jackson in the Oval Office.   He has made no secret of the fact that Jackson is both his role model and his idol. Trump’s chief strategist, Stephen Bannon, has repeatedly compared Trump to Jackson.
Right now everything possible is being done by the history revisionist left and the financial arm of the US so that the average American does not even know who President Jackson is.

For many years the Treasury want to put anybody else’s portrait on the $20 bill as long as it erases the memory of the seventh US president from Americans’ minds

In fact within the Democrat party, there are so many self-hating white guilt pieces of shit who are fearful of offending colored people that many state chapters stopped calling their annual fundraising dinner the 'Jefferson-Jackson Dinner' because it was not "PC"
So what does the Treasury Department have against Jackson anyways?

Why not put that baboon-looking Tubman on the $10 bill replacing Alexander Hamilton or the $5 replacing Lincoln?   Or create a new banknote.. maybe the $1.57 bill..

It all has to stem from Jackson's heroic stance to stop the Second Bank of the US (the precursor to the Evil Federal Reserve) from being created..     We will explain..
In the 1828 elections, Jackson’s campaign agenda was aimed at liberating America from the stranglehold of bankers

At this time, the Second Bank of the United States, which was essentially a central bank, was in operation in America.   It was a project of European bankers...

The bank managed to obtain a 20-year charter from the US Congress in 1816 and began lending money to the US government, leading to a rapid rise in government debt.
Jackson’s slogan in the 1828 elections was: "No bank and Jackson – or bank and no Jackson".

He openly declared war on the banks and won election, then as President, Jackson started a campaign to revoke the charter of the Second Bank of the United States.

In 1831, Nicholas Biddle, the bank’s president, sent a bill to Congress to extend the bank’s charter. The bill was passed by both houses of Congress, but Andrew Jackson vetoed the bill, which Congress was unable to override.
On 10 July 1832, Jackson spoke of the dangers of a central bank:

"It is not our own citizens only who are to receive the bounty of our Government. More than eight millions of the stock of this bank are held by foreigners [...] Is there no danger to our liberty and independence in a bank that in its nature has so little to bind it to our country? [...] Controlling our currency, receiving our public moneys, and holding thousands of our citizens in dependence, it would be more formidable and dangerous than the naval and military power of the enemy".

By 1833, the volume of banknotes and deposits issued by the Second Bank had risen to $42.1 million, a huge sum at that time, and Andrew Jackson tore down the whole structure.
He moved government funds from the Second Bank to a number of commercial US banks and even more surprisingly, by the end of his presidency, Andrew Jackson had managed to completely eliminate the national debt!

Yes..  by the time Jackson left office, we owed our creditors Nothing..

Zero..  $0.00

Now thanks mainly to the Federal Reserve, we owe nearly $20 Trillion

That's $20,000,000,000,000
There were a number of assassination attempts on Jackson and he was even shot at, but ultimately he died of natural causes in 1845 at the age of 78.

The financial powers that be i.e. the shadow government of that day had even worked behind the scenes to orchestrate a financial panic that caused great financial suffering to many and only stopped it when their own financial interests were being affected.

Jackson would not budge..

We'd say that Jackson stood like a Stonewall but that is another great man named Jackson who gets that famous nickname

Before his death, he was asked what he regarded as his greatest achievement. Without hesitation, Andrew Jackson replied: "I killed the bank"

As a side note, these soulless financiers once again tried to get the Second Bank charter re-instated in 1841 by leaching their support onto President William Henry Harrison, our 9th President but he died a month into office and his VP John Tyler strongly and defiantly vetoed the Bank as well.

After Jackson, America survived for eighty years without a central bank.

The Federal Reserve System was not created by the US Congress until the end of 1913 after the bankers got Woodrow Wilson elected on the promise he'd support the Federal Reserve Act.
More than one hundred years have passed since then. the money bosses have been in control of America for a long time. (the US Federal Reserve System is essentially the same as a central bank) and they still hate Andrew Jackson...

So any marsupial or monkey (figurative or literal), they'd gladly put on the $20 if it meant ridding the banknote of the sight of Jackson's face and memory.

Will Trump ultimately succeed in protecting Jackson's legacy?

We'll see but at least its comforting to know that he with all the powers of the Presidency, is very unhappy with the decision