May 6, 2017

The Attempt on Andrew Jackson's Life: Does Trump Know?

Since Mr. Trump purports to idolize President Andrew Jackson whose portrait now looms over Donald Trump as he sits at the desk shuffling papers in the Oval Office, here's an excerpt concerning the 1835 attempt on the life of President Jackson which some readers may find of interest:

1835: On January 30, an assassin tries to shoot President Jackson, but miraculously both of the assassin's pistols misfired. President Jackson would later claim that he knew the Rothschilds were responsible for that attempted assassination. He is not the only one, the assassin, Richard Lawrence, who was found not guilty by reason of insanity, later bragged that powerful people in Europe had hired him and promised to protect him if he were caught.

(Source: History of the House of Rothschild).

As Mr. Trump may or may not have been told, the assassination attempt against Jackson was in retaliation for his fight against the central banking system that now strangles the globe and struggles to take over remaining hold-outs such as Syria and North Korea. Through the decades, many people have become aware of the connection between the global banking system and the assassinations of Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy (and others?), as I imagine you have. After all, what's a presidential death or three among thieving knaves who follow a demonic success-at-all-costs political and financial agenda?

So as Politico has previously reported, January 30, 1835 marks the first-ever assassination attempt on the life of a US president so perhaps in accordance with Mr. Trump's way of ranking people, Andrew Jackson's successful escape makes him a winner. And this would be in spite of the bullet lodged in his body which pained him for the rest of his life.

Related posts include: a brief comparison between the natal planets of Misters Trump and Jackson and from 2009: Andrew Jackson 1829/1833: Banks Take Over US which contains a link to Mr. Jackson's first Inaugural Address, among other things.


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