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Reader comment on item: Lee Harvey Oswald's Malign Legacy

Submitted by mea (United States), Nov 21, 2007 at 22:47

Kennedy was killed by the Federal Reserve because JFK "was printing and spending into cirulation" US Treasury notes = which UST's are not interest bearing Federal Resvere Notes. The easiest JFK UST bills to locate are the red or blue seal $ 2.00 bills being sold at your local coin shop.

The guy they dumped the shooting on, Oswald, was an actual communist... but, was he the actual shooter ?

If you think so; then, just prove he was ! set up a duplicate of the shots with anyone you want as the shooter, make the shots, and make [prove] your case to the world !

'until someone makes the shots, its just 'another convenient lie'... hum, "another convenient lie", is Al Gore in the room ?

Upon being sworn in Johnson immediately stopped the production and spending into circulation of noninterest bearing UST bills... while the Fed is still printing and lending into cirulation interest bearing FRN's, coincidence ? ..."in politics, nothing happens by accident." FDR.


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