Posted by James Madison of American Media Periscope
In his first week in office, President Trump hung a portrait of President Jackson in the Oval Office of the White House. That was a symbolic act but there have been many comparisons of the two men. For example, both ran as populists who claimed to represent the average person which is somewhat rare for a billionaire who is known to like gilded features of anywhere he lives. Both men were seen as conservative outsiders who led their parties with unquestioned authority that their goals would define their administrations. They also had the reputation of being brash and, in the eyes of their opponents, unfit for such an office. Both men subscribed to what President Trump calls ‘America First’, while President Jackson was opposed to ‘alien enemies’. The two men also entered office after extremely rancorous campaigns. After taking office, both set forth on highly ambitious goals which kept attention and controversy swirling around the administrations. In perhaps one of the most extreme comparisons, President Jackson actually engaged in pistol duels with opponents, killing one man. In a rare moment when President Trump could be seen as more moderate, he harangued his opposition in his giant rallies as well as on Twitter which was a method the previous President lacked in his era. President Jackson was opposed to the Bank of the United States and vetoed its charter when he had the opportunity. Meanwhile President Trump issued an executive order which, in theory, returned the power to coin money to Congress which is the correct Constitutional holder of that power which has been on loan to the Federal Reserve since 1913.
There are, however, some key differences between the two men. President Trump became the first President ever to not have military service or experience in another elected office. While President Jackson was elected, without debate, to a second term, President Trump’s supporters see him as having been re-elected but his prize of a second term was stolen from him by fraud. President Jackson won the most Electoral College votes in 1824 but that election was decided in the House of Representatives, leading the future President to immediately start his 1828 campaign which he won. President Trump is already back on the campaign trail for 2024 and was the first to announce his candidacy. President Jackson claimed corruption in 1824 and President Trump did the same in 2020 although with much more fanciful examples of said fraud. American Media Periscope hopes to see President Trump back in office, as the slogan goes, ‘by 2024 or before’.
Andrew Jackson and Donald Trump: War against the Elite
The similarities between Trump and Jackson deserve a closer look.
As we know, the hidden hand of slavery is propagated by the banking cabal and few even realize it. But it was Andrew Jackson’s relentless pursuit of freedom from them that gave America it’s only debt free moment in her storied history.
Literal panic in DC as congress as Andrew Jackson moved to remove the bank from power as Jackson swore that he would rout the den of vipers out. Get this, congress then moved to censure Jackson. He must have been far over the target if you ask me.
Congress attempted to override Jackson’s veto which would have put an end to their grip of the states.
And get this: The bank was admittingly planning on crashing the economy themselves. Now that sounds familiar doesn’t it?
They tried to block transparency with a subpoena arrived at their door.
January 8th, 1835: Jackson pays off all national debt. He was the only President to ever pay off the debt.
Just a few weeks after cleansing America of her debts a “lone gunmen” attempted to assassinate Jackson.
It’s the same playbook every damn time. He failed but boasted that elites had put him up to it, used the insanity plea, and then just so happened to die shortly after being acquitted. What are the chances?
JFK, Andrew Jackson, Robert Kennedy, and Ronald Reagan all dealt with a supposed rogue gunman coming after them when they defied the elite bankers/cabal and I’m sure there are many more cases just like this. Once you recognize the patterns, you cannot see life the same way again. Go against the cabal and they will attempt to eliminate you exactly like this to send a message.
Jackson hampered the bankers so well that it took them over seven decades to recover.
When asked what his greatest accomplishment was he said, ” I killed the bank.”
Listen to Trump’s comments about the Civil War and Andrew Jackson and really think about what he might be saying here…
“People don’t realize.. the Civil War.. If you think about it, why? People don’t ask that question, but why was there the Civil War? Why could that one not have been worked out? I mean had Andrew Jackson been a little later you wouldn’t have had the Civil War. He was a very tough person, but he had a big heart (reminiscent of Trump). He was really angry that he saw what was happening with regard to the Civil War, he said ‘There’s no reason for this.'”
But what was Andrew Jackson so angry and livid about? We already established this: It was the Elite bankers! The bankers have caused countless wars in the name of profit where they play both sides. If you are a well seasoned anon, you know this.
The Civil War was contrived by the cabal and Trump is spelling it out.
Donald Trump compared most closely to Andrew Jackson:
“Andrew Jackson was a rough and tumble frontiersmen and he remained that way his whole life…He killed a man in a duel… He was shot by a future Senator… When he got into the White House, South Carolina was threatening to not pay their taxes on imports (Tariffs).. When Jackson heard that he was talking about hanging someone for treason..
He was considered in retrospect one of our greatest…
Jackson was very much admired for his integrity, honesty, and forthright speech.
The national debt disappeared during Jackson’s presidency. (This is key)
Andrew Jackson famously said that he was ‘born for a storm and calm does not suit him.’ His fiery and blunt temperament rubbed some the wrong way, yet it was that attitude that gave him the tools to take on the mission of his time. Remind you of anybody? Donald Trump, a tough New Yorker, was no doubt equipped to take on the slings and arrows of the mainstream media’s constant mockery. Few could have taken on the burden that he did without breaking.
March 15th, 2017: Donald Trump celebrates Andrew Jackson.
March 15th, 2023 as the banking crisis begins to domino: Dan Scavino highlights this speech once again.
Trump on Andrew Jackson:
“It was during the Revolution that Jackson first confronted and defied an arrogant elite. Does that sound familiar to you? I wonder why they keep talking about Trump and Jackson.. Oh, I know the feeling Andrew.”
Trump on Andrew Jackson’s victory:
“He reclaimed the people’s government from an emerging Aristocracy. Jackson’s victory shook the establishment like an earthquake. Secretary of State for the defeated President John Quincy called Jackson’s victory ‘mortifying and sickening.’ Oh boy that does that sound familiar… The political class in Washington had good reason to fear Jackson’s great triumph.. ‘The rich and powerful’ Jackson said, ‘Too often bend the acts of government to their selfish purposes.’ Jackson warned they had turned government into an engine of support for the few at the expense of many.
Andrew Jackson was the people’s President.”
Andrew Jackson’s fight against the bankers reminds me exactly of Trump’s inauguration speech where he says, with the military behind him, that for too long a small group of elites had took advantage of the people.
‘“That all changes starting right here and right now. We stand at a crossroads in human history. What truly matters is not which party controls our government but whether our government is controlled by the people.”
The central bankers, the Rothschilds, Soros and the other hidden hands have paid off both sides of each party and Trump came to change the status quo just like Andrew Jackson did in his day.
Trump on Andrew Jackson:
“He launched a campaign to sweep out government corruption totally…He battled the centralized financial power that brought influence at our citizens expense..He imposed tariffs on foreign countries to protect American workers.. That sounds very familiar..Andrew Jackson was called many names, accused of many things, and by fighting for change earned many many enemies. Today the portrait of this orphan son who rose to the Presidency hangs proudly in the Oval office.. I brought the Andrew Jackson portrait there.. Right behind, boom, over my left shoulder.”
And now we have a looming central bank disaster on the horizon.
Yet, is it part of the plan to free us from this debt slave system? Andrew Jackson knew who the enemy was and fought tooth and nail to stop them and it almost cost him his life.
Will America be free from the bankers once again in our lifetime?
Time will tell.