Rand Clifford in Veterans Today
All assassinated US presidents shared something as off-limits as it gets, fighting the debt plague of Rothschild central banking; Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley, Kennedy. And now, Trump has gone on record with:
— “The Federal Reserve is an unelected cabal of central bankers that is running our economy into the ground, and the only way we are going to fix our long-term economic and financial problems is if we abolish it.”
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- Lincoln was assassinated in 1865.
- Garfield was assassinated in 1881.
- McKinley was assassinated in 1901.
- Kennedy was assassinated in 1963.
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Trump is doing amazing things regarding exposure of deep-state (cabal) evil, apparently navigating the razor edge between helping The People, and serving the cabal. Can he actually challenge—even “abolish” the fed, and survive?
History is stacked against him.
ROBERT STEELE: I have no direct knowledge but based on my broad reading I believe three things:
01 All Central Banks must be nationalized and the private banking cabal shut down, along with a complete accounting that confiscates over $43 trillion — and probably closer to $100 trillion — in illicitly acquired assets and interests. This includes a confiscation of all lands purchased by banks, corporations, and organizations.
02 Donald Trump has been at enormous risk for two years and evidently very well protected against what are reported to be twelve distinct assassination attempts. If the GOP holds the House in November his risk will double.
03 He needs three policies announced today to both ensure his success in the mid-terms, and to survive the next two years: a Truth & Reconciliation policy toward those who cooperate with the national economic and financial reset; a Presidential Truth Channel that connects directly with every US citizen and is two-way in nature; and a commitment to introduce #UNRIG – the Election Reform Act — as his top priority in 2019, finally enabling an evidence-based Congress in which one third of the Members are NOT subject to special interest control via the Republican or Democratic parties.