“You are a Den of vipers and thieves…”
Today I begin with a quote not from the bible but from the seventh president of the United States, Andrew Jackson. This quote is attributed to his opposition of the Second bank of the United States, a precursor to the Federal reserve bank. In Jackson’s veto message, the bank needed to be abolished because:
- It concentrated the nation’s financial strength in a single institution,
- It exposed the government to control by foreign interests,
- It served mainly to make the rich richer,
- It exercised too much control over members of Congress,
- It favored northeastern states over southern and western states,
- Banks are controlled by a few select families.
Like today, the ancestor of the federal reserve helped to consolidate power among the elite. Back then the struggle was contained solely within the United States. Nowadays the struggle has gone global as the Elite are toppling governments who oppose joining their International Banking cartel (NWO). How else can they implement their plan of electronic debit and the sale of goods through RFID chips under the skin? All nations must unite under one system of economic currency and control. All countries opposed to this will see war, bloody inescapable war.
And once all the countries are put in place, then like a chessboard, the pieces will be moved against the world population itself. Against all those who defy the mark of the beast and their one-world dogma.
If only we had men of character like President Jackson to help defend the constitution as he did in days of eld. Alas, all we have are people whom have been pre-selected to rule and who abide fastidiously under the guidelines and regimen of the NEW WORLD ORDER.
The man had his faults. He made mistakes, as all presidents do. But he had the strength and courage to fight against a nascent power, that in it’s prime, now threatens to consume us all.
“You are a den of vipers and thieves. I intend to rout you out, and by the grace of the Eternal God, will rout you out.” -1832
President Andrew Jackson
(March 15, 1767 – June 8, 1845)
Seventh President of the United States