The following exert provides some insight into past champions of public banking such as former US President Andrew Jackson and Charles A. Lindbergh (father of the famous aviator). These two both stood tall in leading the charge to stop a criminal banking cartel lead by Rothschild interests from starting another Central bank in the US that would charge interest at high levels from the US people to finance its projects. Much like Justin Trudeau's proposed new Infrastructure bank this bank would simply be a tool to extort the public.
Exert from PoliticalVelCraf,
The Treasury Department’s plans to replace seventh US President Andrew Jackson with the little-known 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.
Donald Trump, who at that point was still a presidential candidate, also responded in defence of the seventh president of the United States.
Andrew Jackson 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 20 January 2017, he immediately hung a portrait of Andrew Jackson in the Oval Office. The current US president has made no secret of the fact that the seventh US president is both his role model and his idol. Trump’s chief strategist, Stephen Bannon, has repeatedly compared Trump to Jackson.
After the new president’s inauguration, for example, Bannon said:
«I don’t think we’ve had a speech like that since Andrew Jackson came to the White House».Commenting on the unprecedentedly savage response of many media outlets, NGOs and business groups to his arrival in the White House, meanwhile, Trump himself noted that:
«there hasn’t been anything like this [in America] since Andrew Jackson»For those currently trying to obstruct Donald Trump, he and Andrew Jackson are equally objectionable.
In fact, everything possible is being done so that the average American does not even know who President Jackson is. They are willing to put anybody’s portrait on the $20 bill as long as it erases the memory of the seventh US president from Americans’ minds.
Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), elected from the Democratic Party (he is regarded as one of its founders), was US president from 1829 to 1837. He might have become president even earlier: in the 1824 elections, he won the majority of votes from both the electors and the electoral colleges, but he did not receive an electoral majority.
The president was therefore chosen by the House of Representatives, which chose John Quincy Adams rather than Jackson.
In the 1828 elections, Jackson’s campaign agenda, aimed at liberating America from the stranglehold of bankers, was crystal clear.
Jackson openly declared war on the banks and won. He became US president and 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.
Congressman Charles August Lindbergh, 1st., father of the historic aviator, said on the floor of the Congress:
“This Act establishes the most gigantic trust on Earth … When the President signs this Act, the invisible government by the Money Power, proven to exist by the Money Trust investigation, will be legalized … This is the Aldrich Bill in disguise … The new law will create inflation whenever the Trusts want inflation … From now on, depressions will be scientifically created … The worst legislative crime of the ages is perpetrated by this banking and currency bill.”
Charles A, Lindbergh (R-MN) & Louis T. McFadden objected.
“We have in this country one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever known. I refer to the Federal Reserve Board… This evil institution has impoverished… the people of the United States… and has practically bankrupted our Government. It has done this through… the corrupt practice of the moneyed vultures who control it.”
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