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As a student I didn’t really understand the war of 1812 the way it’s taught in American schools today. As best I recall, the British decided to come back and give America another thumping. They sailed up the Chesapeake and burned down the white house for goodness sake.

But the dark state was afoot. And it all began in 1811 when something very important happened.

Although the Bank’s charter did not expire until 1811, discussions about renewing it began much earlier. In 1808, the Bank’s shareholders asked Congress to extend the charter. In March 1809, Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin recommended renewing the Bank’s charter.

But Jefferson and Jackson were strongly against the bank and it’s charter was not renewed. Still wanting a national bank with leverage, the Rothschilds founded Citibank in 1812 via Moses Taylor which they called the National City Bank at the time.

But in the end they wouldn’t need it. The 80 million in debt the US rang up fighting the british in 1812 would be the push to establish the second central bank of America in 1816 under president Madison.  The war ended in a draw in 1814 but the effect has been made on the currency system. Due to the costs of war, many banks had over-issued their currency from making loans to the government. In order to protect the banking industry, Congress suspended redemption of paper money in gold or silver. Instead of just keeping merely the banks solvent, this measure allowed them to further lend money. Soon the entire U.S. banking system was in chaos. Thus leading to an argument to re-form the central bank. Was any of the the reason behind the British attack in 1812? Of course there were other more public reasons. Conscriptions, Bullying, territory fights, but at the end of the day Britain didn’t really have enough reason to go to war with the USA after its last ass whooping.  They must have been prompted. But in the end we’ll never know for certain, all we do know is the EFFECT the war would have which must have gone into their motives.

One of the authors of the Constitution of the United States, stated in 1787 that,

“The rich will strive to establish their dominion and enslave the rest. They always did. They always will… They will have the same effect here as elsewhere, if we do not, by (the power of) government, keep them in their proper spheres.” (Gouverneur Morris of Pennsylvania)

Andrew Jackson enters the fray…

With the election of Andrew Jackson to president things would change drastically for the Rothschilds grip on America and the rich’s debt enslavement of America.

Keeping America at war and in Debt is a policy bankers have used to profit off us and much more so in present day America. As we learned there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq it was all fabricated to get us into war, as was the 911 attack. But thats for another chapter my children, for now let’s get back to the second bank of the united states.

 

In 1832, Andrew Jackson’s re-election slogan was “JACKSON and NO BANK!” On July 10, 1832 President Jackson vetoed congress’ decision to renew the charter of The Second Bank of The United States.

“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… would be more formidable and dangerous than a military power of the enemy.” (President Andrew Jackson – July 10, 1832)

 

In 1833, President Andrew Jackson instructed his Secretaries of the Treasury to cease depositing funds to the bank. Two refused to obey, so he fired them, one after the other, until he got one who did: Roger B. Taney, his former Attorney General and the future Supreme Court Chief Justice.

In 1835, Jackson paid off the final instalment on the national debt. He was the first and only president to ever accomplish this. A few weeks later, Richard Lawrence tried to shoot Jackson. However, both revolvers failed and he was arrested and tried but was found not guilty by reason of insanity. Allegedly, he spoke to several friends that wealthy people in Europe had put him up to it and promised to get him released if he was caught. Again, it was the bankers who were fighting back at any cost to end those who opposed them and their central bank.