John Kennedy tried to free us from the Federal Reserve Bank

10 Dec

John F Kennedy sought to free the American people from the clutches of the Un -American Federal Reserve Bank with the issuance of Executive Order 11110.

Today’s money is identified as “legal tender.” As such, it is worth the paper it is printed on – not the denominations printed on it. It is backed by NOTHING.

JFK issued the Executive Order to issue paper certificates (money) backed by silver held in the U.S. Treasury to stop the Federal Reserve Bank’s insane practice of of loaning unbacked money to this country at interest. The date: June 4, 1963.

This attempt to return the federal government to its role as defined by the Consitution to “coin money” and regulate its value undoubtably is one of the several proverbial nails in President Kennedy’s impending coffin.  (After all these years, is there really any doubt left that his assassination was an inside job????)

Read more about this in “JFK Executive Order 11110; Obama’s Smart and Effective Government” at:

Also you can read more about this at


If Barrack Obama wants to really effect change in this country’s policies and ways of doing business, he must take on the monster known to us as The Federal Reserve Bank and free us from its shackles. This is not a federal agency, it is backed by private funding.

Obama will need to tread carefully if he takes this one on, for the powerful few who control this behemoth also control world politics and the economy, not to mention the health and well being of anyone trying to oppose or expose them.

The battle that Kennedy began may not have been won during his brief tenure, but it never saw a retreat either.


©2008 Deborah Adler. All rights reserved

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