DOES EXECUTIVE ORDER 11110 ABOLISH THE FEDERAL RESERVE?
It has been asserted that John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s Executive Order 11110, issued June 4, 1963, effectively abolishes the so called Federal Reserve:
PFMPE™ used to maintain material regarding EO 11110. EO 11110 does not in fact try to abolish the Federal Reserve (which of course may be a weakness).
Much like Ron Paul and Edwin Vieira’s efforts to return to the gold standard, EO 11110 attempts to restore issuance of silver certificates by government — in effect circumventing the Federal Reserve only so much as silver monetary reserves might exist.
Like the proposition of returning to the gold standard, there is no power in EO 11110 whatever to resolve the insoluble sum of public and private debt; relieve us of interest on that debt; relieve us of further multiplication of that debt into terminal debt; solve price or circulatory inflation, or deflation; or restore damages inflicted by the usurious central banking systems which have been imposed upon us without public assent.
*Because* EO 11110 was only a first step toward such further rectifications, obviously the expectation of further rectification may explain the assassination and the subsequent refrain by all further presidents (shills of usury) from addressing the problem.
EO 11110 therefore is not enough. Nor is a return to the gold standard, or mere dissolution of the so called Federal Reserve.
If we are ever to achieve solution, the populace must understand solution.
The understanding of true solution alone proves we are denied representation; and therefore only a real, broad understanding of the perfection of economy comprises the immovable force against which no usurpation of representation can stand.
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