Guest John Gillespie Posted April 5, 2006 Share Posted April 5, 2006 "...Phil Graham and Lyndon Johnson were so keen that Dillon became JFK’s Secretary of the Treasury. (Maybe it also explains why Tim Gratz used to get so worked up when anyone linked Dillion to the assassination)." ___________________________ I have always felt with deep conviction that the assassination was mostly a matter of 'follow the money.' In Jim Marrs' "Rule By Secrecy" he asserts that Kennedy and Lincoln were the only Presidents in a 100 year span who advocated and, in kennedy's case, ordered (Exec. order #1110) that the Treasury issue notes and that they be backed by existing Gold or Silver, the latter in the case of #1110. Kennedy was killed just five months after the order took effect. Its intent was to challenge the two most successful vehicles that have ever been used to drive up debt - war and the creation of money by a privately-owned central bank. JG Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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