I'm Scared about This Psychological Operations Person's Take on Abraham Lincoln and a Reply to His Video

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    Nov 23, 2016 6:13 PM GMT
    I'm Scared about This Psychological Operations Person's Take on Abraham Lincoln and a Reply to His Video



    Comment by Steve Stars
    I agree with most of what you said. But what Pieczenik fails to point out that the war was not about slavery or states rights. It was actually about the international banks trying to divide and conquer our republic by enticing us into a war that would require their financial help, which then would trow us into debt and their control afterwards. Lincoln saw through it. He knew the banksters were behind this when they offered to loan money at 35% interest, and that is why he avoided them and issued the Greenbacks. Rothschild /Vatican banking agents Judah Benjamin was a key player in the south and even funded John Surratt (by Surratt's public speech and confession) in the plot to assassinate Lincoln, though Booth. Andrew Johnson was also involved in this act of treason. Surratt was smuggled out of the US and later found hiding in the Vatican (see his photo online) while his own mother swung on the gallows to hide the connection to the Vatican conspiracy and international banks. That is the real history Pieczenik should be telling us. I think this is a psy-op.

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    @Steve Stars You just scared me. Did you see: Life and Debt is a 2001 American documentary film directed by Stephanie Black. It examines the economic and social situation in Jamaica, and specifically the impact thereon of the International Monetary Fund? So this global finance shows up in Lincoln's history. Duh, yes. The US, a victim of global finance. Wow. If you get a chance, see my uploaded video "New Conclusions and Perspectives on Christianity" because I think your input would be highly valuable. Happy Thanksgiving, tomorrow, 11/24/2016. I'm into the historical accuracy of Christianity and have been so since 2004 when I read The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine. You are into historical accuracy also as I see from your post. I value you.
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    Nov 23, 2016 6:48 PM GMT
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    After years of study on the Civil War and Lincoln. I have to say, I am not a Spielberg fan by any means, but his film "Lincoln" is pretty dog gone accurate at least in terms of the events and dialogue as to what went down with the 13th amendment! The speech that Lincoln makes to his cabinet about WHY they must PRESS for the end of slavery and the 13th Amendment RIGHT THEN, is virtually verbatim from the actual record of what Lincoln said!
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    Nov 23, 2016 6:50 PM GMT
    Piczenik's comment about Lincoln supporting the "back to Africa" movement really was about 35 years before Lincoln was President and had to do with Henry Clay and the creation of Liberia in the 1820s. Not many former slaves wanted to migrate "back to Africa" and the point is moot here. I have to say, I am not a Spielberg fan by any means, but his film "Lincoln" is pretty dog gone accurate at least in terms of the events and dialogue as to what went down with the 13th amendment! The speech that Lincoln makes to his cabinet about WHY they must PRESS for the end of slavery and the 13th Amendment RIGHT THEN, is virtually verbatim from the actual record of what Lincoln said! Most of Pieczenik's rant here is not historical or accurate at all, and sounds like ti came out of Jesuit Loyola Professor Ton DiLorenzos book of Jesuitisms and distorted history. the entire thing is designed to hide the REAL TRUTH about the Vatican/Rothschild banks and their plan to destroy our Republic with war that would "divide and conquer us. It almost worked, but Lincoln saw though it and issued the Greenbacks to stop them.