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Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe

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July 20, 2016

"I have ever deemed it fundamental for the United States never to take active part in the quarrels of Europe. Their political interests are entirely distinct from ours. Their mutual jealousies, their balance of power, their complicated alliances, their forms and principles of government, are all foreign to us. They are nations of eternal war. All their energies are expended in the destruction of the labor, property and lives of their people." -- Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 1823.

It is ironic, that the United States eventually became -- and has remained so to this day -- the very embodiment of Jefferson's characterization of Europe at the time he penned the above communique to Monroe.

If Jefferson could have gazed the future from 1823, into the time period of the Civil War , and the destruction of The Republic, he would have undoubtedly known that the America he and the others had taken part in giving birth to was gone by 1863, and I doubt he would have wanted, or needed to see any further, knowing that for such a war to have been allowed to take place to start with, would have required saboteurs operating both within the highest levels of government, as well from abroad, aiming to swindle the American People out of Their previous freemen birthright,  to make possible the branding, thus conversion, of a entire nation of conquered people, into chattel subjects of international jew bankers, who financed and administered the great coups d'état known as the American Civil War.

"Pretty slick actually, and even back then, very few understood clearly what the intent was from the start, much less what They had become afterwards."

"The Jews are right about the goyim never being able to catch on -- no matter how many times The jew runs the same con -- The goyim just don't seem to have the brain-horsepower to discern what's taking place; but woe to the jew if ever the goyim evolve beyond the level of live-stock, and figure out who Their greatest tormentors are."