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Alexander Hamilton’s REAL Legacy

Nobody Remembers

In the book, Adams VS Jefferson, The Tumultuous Election of 1800, by John Ferling, you can’t help but notice how LITTLE has changed since the two-party system in our country first emerged.

In that election, John Adams first term was coming to an end. Rather than go into how the Federalists (the early republicans) and the Republican Party (the early democrats) played the very same power moves that we are seeing today, I just want to show you some of Alexander Hamilton’s words that were reported in his newspapers to affect the outcome of the election.

Adams, Jefferson, Pinckney, and Burr were running. It was a different system back then, but the nastiness of politics, were certainly almost as vicious as they are today.

You must read the book to be amazed at how little has changed in the “corruption” department. Hamilton wanted Adams to NOT be reelected…and not Burr either. He formed the party and organized the election with back deals and incredible energy and manipulation.

Here’s a paragraph from the book: Notice…I put the red inked words into emphasis. 

In October Hamilton had brutishly labeled Adams “unfit” to be president. (Gee, sound familiar?)  In January he characterized Burr as “the most unfit man in the U.S. of the office of President.” As to Burr there is nothing in his “favor.” Burr was “without Scruple,” a morally bankrupt and “unprincipled…voluptuary” who would plunder the country. He was dangerously ambitious, and when his enterprise was combined both with his daring and his “infinite art cunning and address,” Burr had the potential to become a deadly menace. What Burr sought, Hamilton insisted, was “permanent power.” And if he became president, he might destroy the Constitution and erect in its stead a “system….sufficient to serve his own turn.” Put Burr in the President’s House, Hamilton maintained, and the inevitable result would be “Disgrace abroad and ruin at home,” for “If he had any theory it is that of simple despotism.” Hamilton confessed that as much as he would relish the opportunity to “contribute to the disappointment and mortification of Mr. Jefferson” whose democratic “politics are tinctured with fanaticism” and whose character was shot through with hypocrisy,” Burr was the one man he could not support. Jefferson was “able.” Burr was “dexterous”: Jefferson was “wise,” Burr was “cunning.”

Truly, you must wonder if our pundits of CNN and MSNBC etc. are taking the words right out of Hamilton’s mouth to use, they are so devoid of their own. They love the guy so much for giving them these phrases I now wonder if they are in the black play about Hamilton that is going around the country, and if the play is written so that everyone will think that Trump is evil, like Burr was to Hamilton. Also, that’s WHY the black cast. They wanted the blacks to come out and get their “Trump” hatred rewriten history lesson.

Anybody out there seen it? I have NOT read a single thing about it, so I can just imagine. I could be wrong, but…I doubt it.

I only wanted to show here, that we have heard these VERY same words come from so many of the democratic politicians of today about President Trump. I wouldn’t doubt if Hamilton used the word ‘deplorable’ too.

Adams was like President Trump. Independent of party, even though he was a Federalist. There WERE no parties when Adams became the second president. Hamilton truly was the John McCain/Jim Comey of that time. He preferred Jefferson, even though Jefferson was not a federalist, because Hamilton believed that once Jefferson was in office, he could control him.

It’s an interesting read…and it is amazing that subterfuge, corruption, lies and propaganda to gain the Presidency, started back with the formation of the two parties in the election of 1800.

What you come away with, the first two American presidents truly WERE moral.

After that, it was…politics as usual.

And how often do we here that this party fighting is unprecedented.

Give me a break. If you truly believe that I’ve got a ticket to Hamilton that I will sell you.

I hear they’ll going for $500.

May 3, 2018 Posted by | American History, Uncategorized | , , , | Leave a comment

Nobody Remembers: Fixing Elections? Done in our First!

Nobody Remembers

Ask anybody about Alexander Hamilton and they will think he’s a black guy with a hit on Broadway, and he was very brave to insult the Vice President of the United States, who just came to see him, “Act”

It’s no coincidence that a play about Hamilton was promoted on Broadway last year.
Alexander Hamilton, out of all of our founders…was the man who was in bed with the “banks.” And he conducted the first election ‘fix’ in our history. (Clear to be the globalists favorite founder.)

Good thing, it didn’t work.

Wall Street Hammy they called him. Okay. They didn’t call him that. BUT…it was Alexander Hamilton who started the dirty politics that we are witnessing today.

Good old George hadn’t even taking off his riding boots back at Mt. Vernon before Hamilton was planning to hold onto the power that he so enjoyed with Washington, and give the Presidency to a weakling, so he could continue to control the whole nation.

The fight for power in our country, started way back with the first election:
Alexander Hamilton, yes, the guy the liberals are worshipping with a Broadway black play, was used to taking care of most everything political during Washington’s Presidency, and he had every intention of not letting go of that power:

So, he tried to rig the election. (Hillary would be proud)

From The Adams Family by James Truslow Adams:

When Washington left office….

Adams did not at the beginning realize the position he was placing himself in. That position briefly was that Hamilton expected to continue to direct the policy of the government and that the leading members of Adams’s cabinet felt that their loyalty was owed to Hamilton and not to the President. Had Adams been a weak man, glad to hold the appearance of power, while secretly it was exercised by others, the situation might have been worked out with a minimum of friction. Adams, however, was not weak. On the contrary, he was a man of oaken character, of great ability, of vast experience, and one who all his life had refused dictation from any quarter…. king, statesman, or public opinion. The story of his administration is in the main the story of his awakening to the facts that he was expected to reign and not to rule, that Hamilton intended to be the party leader while Adams was but President, that the cabinet was disloyal: and of the growing bitterness of the struggle between him and Hamilton, a struggle in which both lost their dignity, self-control and judgement, and which ended in the ruin of both Adam’s further political career and the Federal Party.

Hamilton disliked him because he knew Adams could not be controlled, so he sent out word that all electors should cast their votes equally for Adams and Pinckney, on the ground that the defeat of Jefferson was more important that which one of the two candidates would be best for the Federalist. He was in reality working for the election of Pinckney while publicly supporting Adams.

Why did he do this? Because Adams had more popular support. He was basically, sneaky.

In other words, he really wanted to run the government through a man who he could control.
Adams won, but the rest of his administration was hindered by the Federalists who supported England (the big government bankers) VS Jefferson’s republicans (democrats now) who supported France. And the country was divided.

He was defeated to another term by Jefferson because Jefferson HIRED and paid a newspaper man to print lies and horrible things about Adams.

And that is done today, but we all know about it today. Back then, there was no internet. The dishonesty of Hamilton and Jefferson did not see historical light for decades after the men had died.

Did we NOT see this same corruption in 2016? The GOP, supported Trump in public, but have set up Rino roadblocks with Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell to block his every policy. They mean to rule Trump, blocking his every move if they can.

They are all trying to destroy him…and it’s the old-time “Federalist” that want to damage the man who is Independent of them all.

The good news? America had the Clintons and the Obama’s before Trump.

Adams, had to replace the best President in history: George Washington–an almost impossible task.

Power hungry politicians haven’t changed at all…but the money and the fame is a trillion times more addicting.

I haven’t seen the “Hamilton” play, but I’m sure, they are making the movie as we speak.

I’m SURE, that the color of Hamilton’s skin was not the only history they rewrote

 

 

July 13, 2017 Posted by | American History, Uncategorized | , , | Leave a comment

Nobody Remembers Alexander Hamilton

Nobody Remembers…Alexander Hamiton two

So, how did we get into this fine mess that we find ourselves in? How did the big money corporations and elites of Harvard and Yale, end up ruling over all the rest of us?

It goes waaaay BACK to Alexander Hamilton, and the beginning of the country: Hey, nothing is new under the sun is it?Continentals

The Revolutionary War, was like all wars, expensive. We started out in deep dept.

From the History of the American People: 

In 1775 Congress authorized an issue of $2 million of bills of credit called Continentals to finance the war. By 1779 (December) $241.6 million of Continentals had been authorized. This was only part of the borrowing, which also included US Loan Certificates, foreign loans, bill of credit issued by the states, and other paper debts. Together they produced the worst inflation in United States history. By 1789 the Continentals were virtually valueless. By 1987 the debt had risen to $40 million domestic and $13 million Foreign.

(Sound familiar? How much did the Iraq war cost? A few trillion?)

Hamilton suggested that Congress gave one dollar for every hundred to the embittered people counting themselves lucky to get anything. And then he suggested that the Federal government take on all the debts of the states.

And so, Hamilton managed to pull the United States out of debt, with enough money to give Jefferson the means to make the Louisiana Purchase. BUT…the country was middle class, and was growing, and rich by most standards. Hamilton was looking good.Alexander Hamilton

But he didn’t stop at that:  Hamilton kept going. He convinced Congress that we needed a national money supply and so Congress chartered the Bank of North America as the first private commercial bank in the country and the first to get government incorporation. The bank opened in Philadelphia in 1782, and Franklin, Jefferson, Hamilton, James Monroe, and Jay were among its original stockholders and depositors. Hamilton wanted it to be more like the Bank of England. He wanted a board of 25 men, a main office and eight branches, serving as the government’s fiscal arm.  Most of its stock was held by the government which was also its principal customer.

(Sound like the Federal Reserve?)

When Jefferson saw the concentration of power that this empire building was going to bring about, he protested against it.   Jefferson was from wealth, and Hamilton was from poverty. So, while Jefferson wanted to curtail the growth of centralized moneyed government, Hamilton wanted to expand it. In fact Hamilton despised the poor. Especially the farmers, who hated the banks.

Hamilton wanted an elite an aristocracy to keep “the turbulent and uncontrollable masses” in subjection. But the elite had to be tough-minded, motivated by its own self interest. And because he wanted the elite to rule, Hamilton wanted a permanent senate who served for life, like a House of Lords. And it was this establishment of the Central bank that started the split of the countries into “parties.”

“Two parties began to form, in the new state, North versus South, farmers versus manufacturers, Virginia versus Massachusetts, states’ rights men versus federalist centralizers, old versus new. Jefferson protested that he had no wish to found a party.

“If I could not go to heaven but with a party, I would not go there at all.” Thomas Jefferson. 

But that is what, in the 1790s, he did.Alexander Hamiton three

Hamilton was believed to be the founding father of the Republican Party. Jefferson, the Democrats, and we have forever been troubled by the lot of them ever since.

Nobody Wonders if Bill “Jefferson” Clinton added that middle name sometime in his life, to give himself political points.

What? Do you really think he was born with it?

HA! I want to see THAT birth certificate.

 

August 20, 2015 Posted by | American History, Uncategorized | , | 1 Comment

Nobody Remembers Alice Addertongue

Nobody Remembers

It’s said, Sam Adams started the Revolution, and he did it with the mighty pen. And since he really didn’t want his name on all his ranting against the crown…he made up all kinds of names for his penname:

Philo Patriae and Paces, Vindex the Avenger, Determinatus, Decant Ara Togae, (weapons are under my cloak!) Principiis Obsta: (principle obstacle) , Valerius Poplicola, Candidus, and Populus. He was also:  An American, A Tory, Alfred, A Son of Liberty, A Puritan, and A Religious Politician– among many.Sam Adams 2

And Sam wasn’t the only one who wanted to remain anonymous.

Alexander Hamilton pens names included Publius, Pacificus, Catallus, Americanus, Metellus, Horatius, Philo Camillus, Tully, Monitor, Phocion, The Continentalist, and H.G.Alexandar Hamiton

Benjamin Franklin was Silence Dogood, and Polly Baker and Richard Saunders and Anthony Afterwit, Martha Careful, Alice Addertongue, Celia Shortface, Harry Meanwell, Fanny Mournful, Obadiah Plainman, Busy Body, and Sidi Mehemt Ibrahim.

John Adams was Sui Juris, U, Davila, and Humphrey Ploughjogger…and my personal favorite: Novanglus. (which means New England.)

James Madison was Helvidius and  Cato…

After Thomas Paine wrote an anonymous pamphlet criticizing President George Washington‘s policies, John Quincy Adams (John’s son) wrote a series of anonymous articles called “Publicola”, defending the president. They were so well done people assumed his father wrote them.Ben franklin 2

And I even write under a pen name…Joyanna is a combination of my first name and my grandmother’s name…and Adams is not my married name, but I picked it out of respect to the founding Adams, as I am a direct descendant of that family on my mother’s side. JQA 2

I really didn’t want anyone to know my married name.

In this country, writing under a pen name, thus remaining anonymous,  has been protected by the Supreme Court.

In its 1960 decision in Talley v. California, the Supreme Court ruled that a law forbidding individuals from distributing handbills without identifying their identity unconstitutionally infringed on the First Amendment’s guarantee to free speech. The Court declared:

Anonymous pamphlets, leaflets, brochures and even books have played an important role in the progress of mankind. Persecuted groups and sects from time to time throughout history have been able to criticize oppressive practices and laws either anonymously or not at all. . . . Before the Revolutionary War colonial patriots frequently had to conceal their authorship or distribution of literature that easily could have brought down on them prosecutions by English-controlled courts. . . . It is plain that anonymity has sometimes been assumed for the most constructive purposes.

SO…what in the world is this new bill being proposed in the Illinois Senate all about?

A new bill proposed in the Illinois State Senate looks to completely wipe out any form of anonymity on the internet by requiring that the operators of basically any website on the entire internet take down any comment that isn’t attached to an IP, address, and real name-verified poster.

It’s called the Internet Posting Removal Act and was introduced on February 13th by Illinois General Assembly veteran Ira I. Silverstein [D]. Not wanting to leave any bases uncovered, Silverstein includes that an “Anonymous Poster” means “any individual who posts a message on a web site including social networks, blogs, forums, message boards, or any other discussion site where people can hold conversations in the form of posted messages.”

If James Madison, Alexander Hamilton and John Jay were alive and publishing under the false name “Publius” today, they would be prime candidates for prosecution under Virginia’s anti-spam law, and the Internet Posting Removal Act. They would most likely be using the Internet to get their message out to as many fellow citizens as possible. They could be arrested for speaking their minds on important issues of the day.John Adams 2 James Madison

Clearly, Obama’s government wants to know WHO is writing the essays and blogs against them. Sure, there are some bad people out there spamming, but making it a crime to not sign your real name is not how are country was founded.

It is a right, given to us by our founders. If not for them, we wouldn’t be here.

And I’m sure Alice Addertongue would agree with me 100 percent!

 

 

 

 

February 21, 2013 Posted by | American Culture, American History, Censorship | , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

   

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