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Pure Political Chicanery: Rothschild Trojan Horse Donald Trump Puts Up Portrait of Andrew Jackson in Oval Office

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In another rubber meets-the-road, takes-the-cake gesture, Rothschild mole and worldwide-wrestling actor Donald Trump dishonored the name of Andrew Jackson by hanging his portrait on the wall of the Oval Office. Jackson was one of history’s greatest warriors against usurious debt slavery and private central banking. There was no way — and I mean nada — that Andrew Jackson would have filled his administration with Trojan horse Goldman Sachs raiders and money parasite guildists. The verdict is already in on the Jackson-Trump comparison: FAIL.

TNN continues its lonely mission of providing the interpretative framework behind this latest Trump scam.

Jackson: A True American Patriot in an Era of Real (Not Contrived) Threats

At every step of Jackson’s career, he was a thorn in the side of British and Rothschild interests. For that, his reputation has been trashed. After 12 years, during which the Second Bank of the United States ruthlessly manipulated the American economy to the detriment of the people and to the benefit of its own money-grabbing ends, the American people had not surprisingly had enough and nominated Tennessee Sen. Andrew Jackson to run for president.

To the dismay of the Rothschilds, Jackson won the presidency and made it quite clear he was going to use his mandate to kill this bank at his first opportunity. He starts out during his first term in office rooting out the bank’s many minions from government service. To illustrate how deep this cancer was rooted in government, in order to achieve this end he had to fire 2,000 of the 11,000 employees of the federal government.

Throughout his 1828 presidential campaign, Jackson railed against the international banksters, who controlled the Bank of the United States (BUS). Jackson argued more than 8 million shares of the stock of the bank were owned by foreign banksters.

Jackson ranted: “You are a den of vipers. I intend to expose you and by eternal God I will rout you out. If the people understood the rank injustices of our money and banking system, there would be a revolution before morning.”

In another famous speech, Jackson said: “Gentlemen, I have had men watching you for a long time and I am convinced that you have used the funds of the bank to speculate in the breadstuffs of the country. When you won, you divided the profits amongst you, and when you lost, you charged it to the bank. You tell me that if I take the deposits from the bank and annul its charter, I shall ruin ten thousand families. That may be true, gentlemen, but that is your sin! Should I let you go on, you will ruin fifty thousand families, and that would be my sin! You are a den of vipers and thieves.”

Jackson won the election and revoked the bank’s charter, stating, “The Act seems to be predicated on an erroneous idea that the present shareholders have a prescriptive right to not only the favor but the bounty of the government … for their benefit does this Act exclude the whole American people from competition in the purchase of this monopoly. … Many of our rich men have not been content with equal protection and equal benefits but have besought us to make them richer by acts of Congress. I have done my duty to this country.”

Jackson was re-elected in 1832. In 1835, he was the target of an assassination attempt. The gunman was Richard Lawrence, who confessed that he was “in touch with the powers in Europe.” Jackson, age 68 at the time, beat and subdued Lawrence with his cane.

Still, in 1836, Jackson refused to renew the BUS charter. Under his watch, the U.S. national debt went to zero for the first and last time in our nation’s history. This angered the international bankers, whose primary income is derived from interest payments on debt.

BUS President Nicholas Biddle cut off funding to the U.S. government, thereby plunging the U.S. into a depression. Biddle was an agent for Paris-based Jacob Rothschild.

Of course, Jackson is attacked vehemently for being a wealthy slave owner but without the context of place and time in history. One former slave, Hannah, remarked of Jackson, “He was more a father to us than a master, and many’s the time we’ve wished him back again to help us out of our troubles” [The Grainger Collection].

Hannah also described Jackson’s last words in June 1845: “I hope to meet you all in Heaven, both black and white.” Andrew Jackson and America, rest in peace.

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  • Roy Hobs

    Great post!

  • Godfrey

    Trump has been in office for 3 weeks… let’s give him at least a couple of months, for Christ’s sake, before we all piss ourselves, eh?

    • Mudhole

      Hasbara?

    • Roy Hobs

      How does criticizing Trump change his position/authority? What is so wrong with pointing out the contradictions and the realization of the Trump administration?
      Aren’t we simply trying to educate the ‘fence sitters’? Is this what you are afraid of?

      • Godfrey

        Compared to the “contradictions” of the bath house maggot Barry Obongo, Trump is outstanding. The guy is not a politician, never in government… so he WILL make errors and have to back-track on some stuff… BFD. His goal appears to be to strengthen America, vs Butthole Barry, whose goal was to weaken it, and Hillary’s, which was to destroy it via open borders, importation of muslims and war with Russia..

        • Roy Hobs

          I appreciate the response (it is more than most), however, you did not address my question. How does it ‘change’ or “impact” Trump’s presidency by criticizing him? What is so wrong about Renegade’s, or Winter’s investigation into Trump and his backers?
          How does it change anything? Don’t you think it is good that there are people trying to hold accountable those who make decisions on our behalf?
          “Time” ultimately will tell whether Trump is good for the white race or not. I personally believe that he will prove to be the ULTIMATE Trojan horse for the white race. How does my belief change or influence Trump’s presidency?

        • Rufus Peckham

          Strengthen America? What hogwash. Why in the hell would we want to do that? He could start cutting departments and maybe my opinion would change. Until then, he is one of them.

    • Steed

      There is one Presidential error more unforgivable than any other, and that is to permit the ongoing financial enslavement of the people. If Trump is guilty of this, it is not merely an oversight to be excused among minor successes.

    • Rufus Peckham

      And what to say to his claims of nationalizing the police force? If Trump is such a white hat (he isn’t), he would have done something substantial by now and killed the hydra at it’s source. Yet, here he is cutting off heads to the ooohs and aaahs of voters on both sides of the aisle and pussyfooting around the real issue. My God, look at his cabinet picks also. Trump is no different than Bush and Obama and just another tool.