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Was JFK assassinated b/c of Executive Order 11110?

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It was Douglas Dillon, and surprisingly he was a Republican appointed by the Democrat Kennedy. After Kennedy was killed, he halted and eventually ceased all redemption of silver certificates.

I think there's just a confusion on what EO11110 actually did. If it was to solely give power to the Secretary of Treasury to handle what EO10289 did, then my guess was Kennedy was threatened or forced to sign the EO by request of these rich bankers.

It is a fact though that the most silver certificates were issued under the Kennedy administration. If there was an EO already in place that gave him this power, he used it to his advantage. He also wanted to reveal the agendas of these secret societies as shown in that speech I posted earlier. No one knows exactly why he was assassinated, but you can sort of connect the dots. It seems like he was a rebel against these corporate elitists and refused to be bullied around like a puppet.

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If by you and ecat you mean everyone on the board, then you are correct that I am arguing against everyone.

Please, for the love of everything good in this world, answer the follow question with a yes or a no.

Could Kennedy order the printing of silver certificates prior to EO 11110?

Remember, yes or no. One word answer please.

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If by you and ecat you mean everyone on the board, then you are correct that I am arguing against everyone.

Please, for the love of everything good in this world, answer the follow question with a yes or a no.

Could Kennedy order the printing of silver certificates prior to EO 11110?

Remember, yes or no. One word answer please.

Lets just forget about EO11110. My thread should say "Was JFK assassinated b/c of the issuance of silver certificates?" Like I said there is a little confusion, but lets focus on the main point of this thread, and that's silver certificates. So what's your take on it?

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It was Douglas Dillon, and surprisingly he was a Republican appointed by the Democrat Kennedy. After Kennedy was killed, he halted and eventually ceased all redemption of silver certificates.

I think there's just a confusion on what EO11110 actually did. If it was to solely give power to the Secretary of Treasury to handle what EO10289 did, then my guess was Kennedy was threatened or forced to sign the EO by request of these rich bankers.

It is a fact though that the most silver certificates were issued under the Kennedy administration. If there was an EO already in place that gave him this power, he used it to his advantage. He also wanted to reveal the agendas of these secret societies as shown in that speech I posted earlier. No one knows exactly why he was assassinated, but you can sort of connect the dots. It seems like he was a rebel against these corporate elitists and refused to be bullied around like a puppet.

The reason that silver certificates were no longer printed was because there wasn't enough silver in the treasury reserve to allow more to be printed. People redeemed them for silver, we ran out of silver, no more silver certificates. It wasn't because Kennedy died, as you are trying to say it is.

And I don't understand how you are confused when it literally says that he is delegating the power vested in him to the secretary of the treasury.

And then you say the bank probably forced him to sign the EO. Why would the fuging bank force the president to delegate one of his powers? I hope you know delegate doesn't mean that Kennedy no longer had that power.

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If by you and ecat you mean everyone on the board, then you are correct that I am arguing against everyone.

Please, for the love of everything good in this world, answer the follow question with a yes or a no.

Could Kennedy order the printing of silver certificates prior to EO 11110?

Remember, yes or no. One word answer please.

no. if he could there would be no point to EO11110.

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The reason that silver certificates were no longer printed was because there wasn't enough silver in the treasury reserve to allow more to be printed. People redeemed them for silver, we ran out of silver, no more silver certificates. It wasn't because Kennedy died, as you are trying to say it is.

And I don't understand how you are confused when it literally says that he is delegating the power vested in him to the secretary of the treasury.

And then you say the bank probably forced him to sign the EO. Why would the fuging bank force the president to delegate one of his powers? I hope you know delegate doesn't mean that Kennedy no longer had that power.

So you're saying he appointed the Secretary of Treasury to handle silver certificates but Kennedy still had power to intervene? So what's the argument then if Kennedy still had power? Isn't that just proving our point?

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no. if he could there would be no point to EO11110.

The fact that you think this shows that either a) you never actually read the executive order, or B) you can't understand what you read.

I am going to make this simple for you.

EO 10289 (what EO 11110 was adding to) states:

The Secretary of the treasury is hereby designated to perform the following described functions of the president of the united states without approval, ratification,or other action of the president.

Now EO 11110, an addition to the list of 10289 of what the sec of the treasury could do without approval from the president:

The authority vested in the president by paragraph (B) of section 43 of the Act of May 12, 1933, to issue silver certificates against any silver bullion..."

So you see, the president could already issue silver certificates. This just allowed the secretary to as well.

Yes or no. Do you understand now?

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So you're saying he appointed the Secretary of Treasury to handle silver certificates but Kennedy still had power to intervene? So what's the argument then if Kennedy still had power? Isn't that just proving our point?

If you point is that Kennedy always had the power to issue silver certificates and EO 11110 didn't change anything, then yes.

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If you point is that Kennedy always had the power to issue silver certificates and EO 11110 didn't change anything, then yes.

O.k, I agree. Now answer my question. Do you think the assassination of Kennedy had anything to do with his issuance of silver certificates?

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O.k, I agree. Now answer my question. Do you think the assassination of Kennedy had anything to do with his issuance of silver certificates?

Alright, one down, only venom to go. Now that you agree on what I've been trying to say for two days, sure I'll talk about silver certificates.

No, I think it literally had nothing to do with the assassination of Kennedy. In fact, I would sooner jump behind Chucktown's chosen theory of LBJ being behind it.

Relying on silver certificates wasn't a sustainable means of currency. There isn't an unlimited amount of silver in the treasury vaults. For the notes to mean something, they have to be backed by silver. We wouldn't just be able to print as many as we want and be happy.

The reason the certificates are no longer in circulation (though they're still legal tender) isn't because Kennedy died. It wasn't like venom paints it where Kennedy died then an army of suits came out and collected all of the certificates that were in circulation and destroyed them. That is beyond ridiculous. The certificates were in circulation post-1963, but once the certificates were redeemed for silver, the certificates were destroyed because they no longer had silver backing it.

It wouldn't have taken a genius to figure out that silver certificates were not a threat to the federal reserve issued currency.

Also, if you can find a credible source that shows Kennedy actually did issue the order of $4 billion in silver certificates after EO 11110, please post it.

It doesn't make any sense for Kennedy to say "okay now the secretary of the treasury can order new certificates without my approval, but now I'm going to order $4 billion even though I could have done this yesterday, the day before, or whenever."

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nope. your explaination of EO11110 is incorrect. everything i cited (and you cited), backs up my explaination. i have yet to see your view expressed anywhere online. every site you referenced mentioned EO11110 essentially enabled the Treasury to print it's own currency. The only legitimate argument that you have is that the $4 Billion would not have been enough to allow the nation to fully function.

So between Kennedy's famous secret society speech, the issuing of EO11110 (which threatened the Fed), the destruction of this currency after his death (which still isn't solved to this day); and not to mention, John J. McCloy (banking cartel crook with zero investigative experience) was assigned to head up the Warren Commission, you think there's zero connection in any of this??

c'mon. how willingly blind can you really be?

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