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If President Obama is to successfully shift our economy in a long term meaningful way, he’s going to need a lot of political, social and physical protection.

Many people have died for trying to change our current failing system.  Attorney Hodgson Brown wrote about how the deaths of Presidents McKinley (pgs. 112 & 138), Garfield (pg. 96), Lincoln (pgs. 82, 95 & 221) and Kennedy (pgs. 204-206) were connected to their trying to change the financial system.

Pg. 204 “Kennedy was the last President to take a real stand against entrenched Wall Street business interests.  Kennedy was a Hamiltonian, who opposed the forces of “free trade” and felt that industry should be harnessed to serve the Commonwealth.  He felt strongly that the country should maintain its independence by developing cheap sources of energy.  The stand pitted him against the oil/banking cartel, which was bent on raising oil prices to prohibitive levels in order to entangle the world in debt.” 

Page 205  “There is also evidence that Kennedy crossed the bankers by seeking to revive a silver-backed currency that would be independent of the banks and their privately-owned Federal Reserve.....

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Although the puppeteers behind Kennedy’s assassination have never been officially exposed, some investigators have concluded that he was another victim of the invisible hand of the international corporate/banking/military cartel.  President Eisenhower warned in his 1961 Farewell Address of the encroaching powers of the military-industrial complex.”

Her writing has me wondering about the death of the man who set up ‘The Roaring Twenties,” President Harding,
the 4th Black president.  I also wonder if restoring financial power to the government is the passed mantle that Ethel Kennedy was speaking of in her conversation with President Obama.

How to change the financial system so it works? Read
THE WEB OF DEBT and encourage your friends to do the same.  Then, implement the solutions proposed. 

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Reference Book - Richard M. Davis’

Encouraging hemp commerce will stimulate not only the economy but the quality of life.  Hemp can restore the family farm with an easy to grow quickly renewable crop that has more than 50,000 uses, reduce the need for health care via this 5,000 year old effective medicine,
save prison costs for the 872,721 people in 2007 arrested for hemp, and remove the excess CO2 from the atmosphere as it grows. 

One of the great sections in Davis’ book
HEMP FOR VICTORY: A GLOBAL WARMING SOLUTION is his explanation of how to use hemp to solve our problems.

Pages 105-6

Global warming, environmentally caused cancers, and the wrecked American economy requires radical action to achieve the goal of an enriched, healthy environment.  Here’s a step by step overview of what needs to be done now to re-hemp the planet.

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1. In our ignorance, we have outlawed nature:  Remove ALL legislative limitations on the hemp plant.  Find out how much we need to grow.

2.  A task force of hemp masters from around the globe should conference regarding the process of converting from oil to hemp. Their conclusions should be put on a Project Manager (i.e. Microsoft) and implemented immediately.

3.  Make land and financing available to family farms and ancillary businesses.  Identify growers and empower them to develop family farms and supportive ancillary industries like seed pressers, packagers, transportation and retailers.

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J. Nayer Hardin is a cyber activist who has contributed to the field of public computerization since the mid 1980's. Nayer's truth razor (only the truth is true) style reflects her cutting edge wit concerning solutions to modern problems. Nayer (more...)

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