Joyanna Adams

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Nobody Remembers Father Coughlin

Nobody Remembers

Before Rush Limbaugh, keeping the sanity of a nation glued to their radios, there was Father Charles E. Coughlin. At his peak, he had 10 million listeners in the 1930’s throughout the depression.Father Coughlin

Father Coughlin, took on FDR’s New Deal in a speech over WABC on June 19, 1936, and ranted against FDR’s New Deal. I put some of his speech here…to remind us all, the same old evil of progressives has never gone away: In other words, big business rules with the politicians, and the little guy works to support them both.

When FDR was running for office, he promised to “run the money changers out of the temple.” Telling the poor people that he was going to fight the boys on Wall Street.

Ha.

Here —Father Coughlin talks about FDR’s great promise to ‘help’ the poor.

“March 4, 1933! I shall never forget the inaugural address, which seemed to reech the very words employed by Christ Himself as He actually drove the money changers from the temple. The thrill that was mine was yours. Through dim clouds of the Depression this man Roosevelt was, as it were, a new savior of his people!

My friends, what have we witnessed as the finger of time turned the pages of the calendar? Nineteen hundred and thirty three and the National Recovery Act which multiplied profits for the monopolists: 1934 and the AAA which raised the price of foodstuffs, by throwing back God’s best gifts in His face: 1935 and the Banking Act which rewarded the exploiters of the poor, the Federal Reserve bankers and their associates, by handing over to them the temple from which they were to have been cast!

In 1936, when our disillusionment is complete, we pause to take inventory of our predicament. You citizens have shackled about your limbs a tax bill of $355 billion, (now 17 trillion) most of which was created by a flourish of a fountain pen. Your erstwhile savior, whose golden promises ring upon the counter of performance with the cheapness of tin, bargained with the money changers that, with 70 billion laboring hours in the ditch, or in the factory, or behind the plow, you and your children shall repay the debt which was created with a drop of ink in less than ten seconds.

Is that driving the money changers out of the temple?

Every crumb you eat, every stitch of clothing you wear, every menial purchase which you make is weighted down with an unseen tax as you work and slave for the debt merchants of America. But the $55 billion of debt bonds, held mostly by the debt merchants and the well circumstanced of this country, have been ably safeguarded from taxation by this peerless leader who sham battles his way along the avenue of popularity with his smile for the poor and his blindness for their plight. Is that driving the money changers from the temple?

America has turned its back definitely upon the platitudinous platforms of “ragged individualism.”  Who at Cleveland dared call into question the plutocratic privilege enjoyed by the Federal Reserve bankers? Who among those moribund New Deal Critics dared campaign for an annual, decent wage for the laborer and production at a profit for the farmer? Alas! These Punch and Judy Republicans, whose actions and words were dominated by the ventriloquist of Wall Street are so blind that they do not even recognize even in this perilous hour, that their gold basis and their private coinage of money have bred more radicals than did Karl Marx or Lenin.

Neither old Dealer nor New Dealer, it appears has courage to assail the international  bankers, the Federal Reserve bankers. In common, both the leaders of the Republicans and the Democrats uphold the old money philosophy. Today in America there is only one political party…the banker’s party.”

So, likewise Obama’s friends…Google, GE, etc, do not pay taxes. Wall Street has done fantastic under Obama, and here’s the bug of it all: even back then, the Republicans did nothing to stop the dictator of America, FDR. The bankers made sure they kept the boys in line.FDR constitution

Yesterday on Drudge, it was reported that over 200 CEO’s of Fortune 500 companies are demanding cheap labor, from immigration reform. Obamacare was also a demand of those fortune 500 companies because of the eventual cost savings and profit margins and the ‘globalization’ demands that we heard so much about from President George W. Bush.

It’s this Nobody’s Opinion that ” they” (the banking party) put the token black guy in office to do it. None of them wanted to be remembered as the guy who “fundamentally” changed America, against everything it had always stood for: Liberty, individual rights, free speech, the right to bear arms: But they wanted it done, for “globalization.”  They found the perfect Marxist for it, and promised him luxury the rest of his life.

Ronald Reagan was the last great American President. Obama, and Hillary will carry on FDR’s dream: the lie that progressives CARE about American people is the biggest fraud ever perpetuated on the American people. Reality has shown, that the ‘progressives’ work more for the “bankers” than the poor. It’s a scam the American people keep falling for.

All you need is a liar and a handsome smile.

But…history is not taught in school anymore…lest anyone is allowed to think.

The good Father Coughlin went on to endorse Congressman William Lemke of North Dakota for President, and the fact that nobody has heard of Charles E. Coughlin OR William Lemke shows you just how long those in power have stayed there.

The elites of our ruling class (You know..the ones who exempted themselves from Obamacare? Those guys?) know that knowledge is power: And that’s what they want to control.

And so, I plan to dig up more Father Coughlin’s. History is full of them, if you know where to look.

January 16, 2014 - Posted by | American History, progressives, Uncategorized | ,

4 Comments »

  1. “It’s this Nobody’s Opinion that ” they” (the banking party) put the token black guy in office to do it. None of them wanted to be remembered as the guy who “fundamentally” changed America, against everything it had always stood for: Liberty, individual rights, free speech, the right to bear arms: But they wanted it done, for “globalization.” They found the perfect Marxist for it, and promised him luxury the rest of his life.”

    Very thought provoking, and probably accurate, IMHO.

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    Comment by snopercod | January 17, 2014 | Reply

  2. Dig, Joyanna, dig. The prior era’s messages and messengers are quickly and easily forgotten. And YOU are the one to remind us.

    ‘Modern’ brainwashing continues apace, overwriting the lessons we had a hard time hearing in the first place. I have a similar ‘go’ at the results of the past decade or so in Oz in my latest blog piece.

    As in the USA, the schooling here is atrocious.

    Few here bother to look at the actual curriculum being foisted on our children.

    Take a look at what is happening in Oz. A Conservative Government is now in power and the ‘long march through the Institutions’ is being seen and halted. It will be a long, hard slog.

    “”Not so our younger patrons: those who are still in school or who have been there in the last decade or so. They have not been as fortunate (see, a three syllable word!). It means something similar to ‘Lucky’, as in “The Lucky Country”. That phrases has become mangled in our education system and many of the up and coming generation have not been taught that it was used to say that we had ‘escaped’ the consequences of history through sheer luck rather than clear thinking and deliberation.

    In recent times we have found our luck ran out as the socialist climbed in through the back windows.””

    http://parzivalshorse.blogspot.com.au/2014/01/ruin-nation-by-education.html

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    Comment by Amfortas | January 16, 2014 | Reply

    • And THAT’s why they want the little buggers in state nanny classes as soon as they can walk. BEFORE the age of three. It they get them that young, they will have control. Tell me, do they still have good schools in England?

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      Comment by Joyanna Adams | January 16, 2014 | Reply

      • From what I can see from down here, Joy, things are far worse in the UK. Here in Oz we have a sustained revolt going on by parents. The State-school system now brainwashes only 60% of our children. A full 40% go to Private Schools, at huge cost to parents. It is the State school curriculum that is infected, although – a big although – the private schools are barely inoculated.

        In the UK, private schools (called ‘Public Schools) (Don’t ask !! 🙂 ) are far fewer proportionally.

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        Comment by Amfortas | January 16, 2014


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