Comment: BUT THAT'S JUST IT SUE, YOU

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BUT THAT'S JUST IT SUE, YOU

BUT THAT'S JUST IT SUE, YOU ARE NOT PROVIDING FACTS, ONLY ASSUMPTIONS YOU PASS OFF AS FACTS. PROVIDE US WITH DETAILED INFORMATION THAT SUPPORTS YOUR ASSERTIONS, THUS FAR YOU HAVE NOT PROVIDED ANY LINKS THAT CAN SUBSTANTIATE YOUR ASSERTIONS.

Sue....Do you know anything at all about English Sentence Construction? Read that paragraph, and use normal English Construction on it.

1. Why did he recommend the repeals of those Acts (do you know what Acts he is referring to?)

2. Repeal of the special 50% tax on transfers of interest in silver (do you know why he asked to repeal that?)

3 Authorize the Federal Reserve System to issue in $1 denominations. (Why would he expand the role of the FED if, as you say, he was seeking to subvert it?)

4. Why did he do all of that? So as to make possible the gradual withdrawal of what? Silver Certificates from circulation "AND" what else was to be removed? The use of silver thus released for coinage purposes!

The important word in that paragraph is the Coordinating Conjunction "AND" which is linking the two clauses to the main purpose or subject. The subject was "So as to make it possible the gradual withdrawal of Silver Certificates from circulation and the use of silver thus release by those silver certificates for coinage purposes.

It is very apparent that few people understand the difference between Silver Certificates and United States Notes, there was a huge difference. Silver Certificates warehouse receipts for certain amounts of silver that was in the Treasury. United States Notes, on the other hand were Bills of Credit, in other words a government liability certificate, or and IOU. JFK sought the removal of all warehouse receipts redeemable in silver and the replacement of all United States Notes with Federal Reserve Notes.

Now, given the history, we find that LBJ continued this process with the passage of the Coinage Act of 1965, in which there are references made to exactly what JFK did that facilitated the new law. That Act essentially tells you the very reason behind JFKs actions.

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