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Lincoln, Kennedy and interest free money

When Abraham Lincoln became President of the Northern Unionists on March 4th 1861, he was offered financial backing for the war by the same people who were funding the south, the Masonic bankers of London. 

There was one catch, however. Lincoln had to agree to introduce a privately-owned ‘central bank’ of America. One of the main reasons for the Civil War was to bankrupt America to the point where it would have to agree to allow the creation of the central bank to generate the funds needed to fight the war. 

But Lincoln refused and introduced a most obvious policy and one which any government today could follow if they were not all controlled by the bankers. 

Lincoln simply printed his own interest-free money called ‘greenbacks’ and used them to finance the government. President John F. Kennedy embarked on a similar policy. 

This is the Brotherhood bankers worst nightmare and Lincoln was assassinated on April 14th 1865, just as Kennedy was assassinated on November 22nd 1963. 

Nothing would improve the lives of people quicker than an end to the charging of interest on money and for governments to print their own money, interest free, or to make the banks pay interest to the government. 

President John F. Kennedy proposed to do it and some of his interest-free notes are still in circulation. He was murdered by the Elite in Dallas, Texas, in 1963.

Kennedy Lincoln coincidences

Here are some astonishing coincidences between the assassinations of JFK and Abraham Lincoln, who was also killed by the Brotherhood. 

Lincoln was elected to Congress in 1846 and Kennedy was elected to Congress in 1946. 

Lincoln was elected president in 1860 and Kennedy was elected president in 1960. 

Lincoln’s assassin, John Wilkes Booth, was born in 1839 and Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged assassin of Kennedy, was born in 1939. 

Their successors were both called Johnson. Andrew Johnson, who succeeded Lincoln, was born in 1808 and Lyndon Johnson, who succeeded Kennedy, was born in 1908. 

Lincoln’s secretary was called Kennedy and Kennedy’s secretary was called Lincoln. 

Both presidents were murdered on a Friday in the presence of their wives and both were shot in the head.