USA’s Last Great President by Tim Iacono
On April 27 1961, JFK delivered his famous ‘secret societies’ speech. The great man would be 99 today! More importantly, had he lived it virtually goes without saying the world we’d see today would be far removed from what we have 55 years later. One thing for sure, the strong likelihood the 2016 Presidential election will be fought between Hilary Clinton & Donald Trump indicates how far secret societies & money have usurped democracy. Here’s an excellent article my friend Tim Iacono wrote.
“A revolution is coming – a revolution which will be peaceful if we are wise enough; compassionate if we care enough; successful if we are fortunate enough – but a revolution which is coming whether we will it or not. We can affect its character; we cannot alter its inevitability.”
~ Robert F. Kennedy
It was no surprise when Robert Kennedy, like his brother JFK, was murdered. He despised political Zionism just as much as his older sibling and didn’t care who knew it. As president, JFK wasted no time in taking on those he knew were working against the best interests of US citizens and the nation itself. If his younger brother had achieved the highest office he would surely have done the same. On reflection both brothers seemed just a little naive. They could and perhaps should have ensured they were afforded a protective human shield that would have spared them their fate. Sadly they did not and we can now only rue their demise in the context of where we are today.
JFK launched an assault on the banking industry when he issued executive order 11110 on June 4 1963. This took from the Rothschild’s their exclusive right to create US dollars. Kennedy then authorised the production of $300 million of US government silver backed currency. Bear in mind three previous presidents had similarly challenged these international bankers and all soon found themselves the targets for assassination.
JFK announced that there existed a conspiracy to enslave the people of the world and he called upon journalists to help him uncover those responsible. He alleged that certain secret societies were central to the implementation of the plan, which had been many years in the making. JFK pledged he would do his utmost to stop these groups in their tracks and bring those responsible to justice. The CIA was another group most presidents would not dare to make enemies of. JFK had though been angered by many of their ideas and when he was asked to rubber stamp a false flag which would kill hundreds of ordinary US citizens, with the blame then placed at Castros door, enough was enough. He was determined to ensure the CIA could never again be allowed to consider carrying out such evil deeds, especially not against American citizens.
“we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence – on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day. It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations.”
If he had been spared the awful fate that befell him in Dallas we can only now speculate how the world might be today. It is my opinion though that his efforts would have caused many more positive changes. Economically USA would instantly have been considerably better off and banks massively less wealthy and powerful. Money previously taken out of the US economy and left sitting in Rothschilds bank accounts would instead have improved things for the populace and the national infrastructure. In dismantling the CIA, much of their interference into the affairs of South American and African nations, which was undoubtedly their doing would not have occurred. Democratically elected governments would have governed with greater concern for the well being of their citizens and with less corruption and war.
Sure enough, the Vietnam conflict is unlikely to have commenced without the prompting of the banking industrial military complex President Eisenhower had warned Americans a few years prior to JFK’s assassination. In fact worldwide its likely that without the negative impact of CIA’s interference, many nations would have prospered and their populations lived happier lives. Maybe the greatest positive impact on the world would have been JFK’s attack on the secret societies. Groups like the Freemasons, Skull & Bones, the Bilderburg Group and others utilise their influential members to further agendas that serve only their selfish needs, often to the detriment to all others. These changes would have altered the course of history and put an end to many of the negative influences affecting USA and the world.
JFK was correct when he spoke of a conspiracy to enslave humanity, but did he really know where the root of the problem lay? If he did fully understand what he was up against and the power they wielded, would he have chosen to ride through Dallas in a convertible car? It has since come to light that it was actually FBI agents who fired the shots that ended his life, not CIA operatives. So it is obvious that the treasonous cancer festering within the American public sector was rooted deeper and more intrinsically than even the Kennedy’s realised.
This is a portion of the speech that President John F. Kennedy gave at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel on April 27, 1961. “The President and the Press” before the American Newspaper Publishers Association.
It’s easy to say now but JFK probably needed to create a new security division responsible for his protection, a presidential guard if you like, loyal to him, the nation and nobody or nothing else. Even vice president LB Johnson has since been identified as almost certainly a co conspirator in the Kennedy brothers murders. JFK could surely not have been aware there existed a mortal enemy so close to his side. Maybe Johnson’s selection as his deputy was his key mistake. It gave Zionists access to his innermost secrets and a position from which his public execution could be meticulously arranged.
20th January 2016 was the 55th Anniversary of John F Kennedy taking up office as the 35th President of the United States. He was the last American premier who attempted to take on the Rothschild banking dynasty and political Zionism. Ever since his untimely death the USA has waged perpetual war around the world. It’s national debt has been on an ever escalating rise, helped along the way by prohibitive military costs. All the while Zionism has tightened its grip on every major area of American life, its ultimate goal of a New World Order coming ever closer.
Only one thing can now stop this juggernaut in its path. People must wake up en mass and become active. We cannot rely on our politicians to help us. We cannot rely on main stream media to inform us. We cannot rely on religion to save us. We must rescue ourselves from the dire situation we have allowed to be imposed upon us. Nobody and nothing will magically arrive to defeat our enemies. What we are up against today is exactly what faced the Kennedy brothers, only much worse because they’ve had over 50 years to consolidate their position.
JFK famously told the American people, ‘It’s not what America can do for you. It’s what you can do for America’. But in a lesser known quote he summed up what needs to be done when he told other nations –
“It’s not what America can do for you but what together we can do for the FREEDOM OF MAN”.
Tom Iacono is a 52 year old Truth Activist & writer. He is founder of the Truth Journal Group & much of his previous work can be found there. Hopefully I’ll be able to feature more of his work. You can email Tim directly at firstname.lastname@example.org