America's Assassinations

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

“Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care not who writesrepparttar laws.” – Mayer Amschel Rothschild.

Bucky Fuller said these most important words in 1981:

‘The U.S.A. is not run by its would-be 'democratic' government. Allrepparttar 145692 latter can do is try to adjust torepparttar 145693 initiatives already taken by [the] great corporations. Nothing can be more pathetic thanrepparttar 145694 role that has been played byrepparttar 145695 President ofrepparttar 145696 United States, whose power is approximately zero. Nevertheless,repparttar 145697 news media and most over-thirty-years-of-age U.S.A. citizens carry on as ifrepparttar 145698 president had supreme power.’

“I see inrepparttar 145699 near future a crisis approaching that unnerves me and causes me to tremble forrepparttar 145700 safety of my country.

As a result ofrepparttar 145701 war, corporations have been enthroned and an era of corruption in high places will follow, andrepparttar 145702 money power ofrepparttar 145703 country will endeavor to prolong its reign by working uponrepparttar 145704 prejudices ofrepparttar 145705 people until all wealth is aggregated in a few hands andrepparttar 145706 Republic is destroyed.” - President Abraham Lincoln, 1865

"It was not my intention to doubt that,repparttar 145707 Doctrines ofrepparttar 145708 Illuminati, and principles of Jacobinism had not spread inrepparttar 145709 United States. Onrepparttar 145710 contrary, no one is more truly satisfied of this fact than I am... The idea that I meant to convey, was, that I did not believe thatrepparttar 145711 Lodges of Free Masons in this Country had, as Societies, endeavoured to propagaterepparttar 145712 diabolical tenets ofrepparttar 145713 first, or pernicious principles ofrepparttar 145714 latter (if they are susceptible of seperation). That Individuals of them may have done it, or thatrepparttar 145715 founder, or instrument employed to found,repparttar 145716 Democratic Societies inrepparttar 145717 United States, may have had these objects; and actually had a seperation ofrepparttar 145718 People from their Government in view, is too evident to be questioned." The Writings of George Washington fromrepparttar 145719 Original Manuscript Sources, 1745-1799. John C. Fitzpatrick, Editor. Mount Vernon, October 24, 1798


The history ofrepparttar 145720 United States since its inception is all about high finance and piracy or cronyism. Andrew Jackson was notrepparttar 145721 first to try to limitrepparttar 145722 international efforts of a select few power-mongers. In fact Columbus struck a deal that gave himself and his family some of what these people sought as they invaded paradise or attackedrepparttar 145723 Brotherhood with bio-weapons. Columbus also operated as an agent for those who appear to be onrepparttar 145724 other side ofrepparttar 145725 fence. But Columbus is dealt with in other books I have done. The high finance network has always had a spy network associated with it. So when JFK starts to disband Dulles’ CIA he was going too far.

On June 4, 1963, a virtually unknown Presidential decree, Executive Order 11110, was signed withrepparttar 145726 authority to basically striprepparttar 145727 Federal Reserve Bank of its power to loan money torepparttar 145728 United States Federal Government at interest. Withrepparttar 145729 stroke of a pen, President Kennedy declared thatrepparttar 145730 privately owned Federal Reserve Bank could soon be out of business. The Silver Certificate issued by JFK was a vehicle to replacerepparttar 145731 interest payments torepparttar 145732 Rothschild hegemonists. Lincoln took them to task forrepparttar 145733 same reasons as we will see.

Wells Fargo Phishing Scam

Written by Kevin A. Lloyd

First off I should explain what phishing is. Phishing is basicallyrepparttar act of tricking a victim into divulging information. It involvesrepparttar 145004 receiving of an email message with a link to a website whererepparttar 145005 victim would enter personal information. In this particular scam, you get an email from "Personal Banking: " stating that there may have been some unauthorized access to your account and that you should clickrepparttar 145006 link and enter your account and verify some information. When you clickrepparttar 145007 link you are taken to a site which looks identical torepparttar 145008 Wells Fargo site. If you look atrepparttar 145009 HTML code ofrepparttar 145010 site, you'll notice that they are almost identical. One thing about this scam which was somewhat surprising is thatrepparttar 145011 message made it past my G-mail spam filter. This is slightly different to scams I have seen before in that they don't ask you to reply to this email with your account number like most others, and they don't ask for passwords or anything like that. They simply request that you log in, as you normally do, which would not raiserepparttar 145012 eyebrow of normal users. On a closer inspection ofrepparttar 145013 site you will notice thatrepparttar 145014 forms submitrepparttar 145015 data entered (user name and password) to some foreign script and not to Well Fargo. Most probably,repparttar 145016 scammer is having allrepparttar 145017 usernames and passwords emailed to him. After submission of your informationrepparttar 145018 site responds that your password is incorrect. Here an unsuspecting victim would assume that this was because ofrepparttar 145019 supposed unauthorized access mentioned inrepparttar 145020 email.

If you try to submit information a few more times, it takes you to another Wells Fargo look-alike page called “Online Banking Verification”. Here they ask for SSN number, your ATM card number,repparttar 145021 expiration date,repparttar 145022 pin number andrepparttar 145023 CVV2# (4 digit verification). Withrepparttar 145024 ATM informationrepparttar 145025 scammer could max out your debit card. With allrepparttar 145026 rest ofrepparttar 145027 information he has gathered it would not be at all difficult to call up Wells Fargo and basically take over your account. He could change billing addresses, get checks for you account, and simply wipe it out.

How to spot scams like this

Scams like these are usually easy to spot, but this one in particular was a bit tricky, however there are some basic methods you can use to spot these types of scams.

First of all, checkrepparttar 145028 link. Although it looks likerepparttar 145029 link is going to Wells Fargo’s website, if you letrepparttar 145030 mouse hover overrepparttar 145031 link for a while and look inrepparttar 145032 status bar, you will getrepparttar 145033 real address ofrepparttar 145034 link. In this caserepparttar 145035 scammer used just an IP address of his domain or machine. This, however, can be overridden onrepparttar 145036 internet (ifrepparttar 145037 scammer changesrepparttar 145038 status bar) and sometimes even in your email, depending on what your security settings are.

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