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"It is to be regretted that the rich, and powerful,
too often bend the acts of government to their selfish purposes."

President Andrew Jackson declared this in a statement vetoing
the renewal of the Second Bank of the United States' charter.

He also argued,
"A privately-owned centralized bank could manipulate currency to exploit
low-income Americans, and exert undue influence over economic policy."

President Jackson thoroughly dismantled the bank by the time its charter expired in 1836.

These are support pages for the novel, and provide information regarding the historical events that lead to the One Percent obtaining their present day disproportionate holdings of the total wealth. I think it critical to present these events so the reader comprehends how, and why their holdings can also be rendered insignificant. Although the novel is a fictional story, it has been meticulously researched.

The novel provides a fictional presentation of methods utilized by a One Percent to obtain their wealth. The novel then creates a fictional path to how those methods were also utilized to recover their wealth; provide serious payback, and reverse the injury they created.

Within these pages, you will find the series of events that created a very limited One Percent, within the United States, to be both simple, and shocking. These events are not fictional. These pages are not written as I did the novel, so please do not judge my writing style of these pages to be similar to my writing of the novel. Links to free samples are available below, so you may observe the difference. Much of the wording in these pages are cranked out as bulleted information, and are what I refer to as a "quick, and dirty" style of simple facts.

United States' Seventh
President Andrew Jackson
fought bitterly to prevent
the establishment of a
European owned, but
United States based
Central Bank.

Click on the image above to open articles about how it all started, and how recent activities, within the EU demonstrate a renewed effort to dictate policies .

Concerned that the upcoming 1832 election might change support for the United States Central Bank, Congress, led by Henry Clay, attempted to reauthorize the Second Bank of the United States, before the expiration of its charter in four years.

  • Jackson believed the bank to be a fundamentally corrupt monopoly. He exposed the bank's stock to be held predominately by European banking families. He then vetoed the bill that would have authorized the re-chartering of the bank.

  • He began removing all United States assets from the banks possession.

  • The U.S. Senate censured Jackson on March 28, 1834, for his action in removing U.S. funds from the Second Bank of the United States. The censure was a political maneuver spearheaded by the central bank supporter, and author of the vetoed bill, Senator Henry Clay.

  • When the Jacksonian supporters obtained a majority in the Senate, the censure was expunged. They went on to found what became the Democratic Party.

  • There are plenty of folks that have a very low regard for Andrew Jackson. Click here for a little more about why I still recommend that you know why his actions against a central banking system were so beneficial.

These are not Andrew Jackson's exact words, but they are quite similar.
If a democracy acquires burdensome debt, their nation may be dictated to, by their lenders. Their lenders possess no constitutional protections, unless the nation's representatives gather in a central location, where they are persuaded to create, and subsequently enact, legislation beneficial to their lenders.

Nicholas Biddle,
The Second Bank of the United States'
third and last executive.

Click on the image above to open articles about how it all started, and how it became today's financial services industry.

Anti-Bank Jacksonian Democrats were mobilized in opposition to the national bank's re-authorization. Their opposition was based upon on the institution conferring economic privileges to financial elites, placing elected officials in jeopardy of violating their oaths to protect against enemies, both foreign, and domestic, and violated U.S. constitutional principles of social equality.

  • In retaliation to Jackson's actions, Nicholas Biddle, the Second Bank of the United States' third, and last executive, started what became known as the "Bank War".

  • He attempted to use economic blackmail to coerce Congressional, and Senate members into overriding Jackson's veto.

  • He drove up interest rates, reduced access to credit, and deliberately induced a recession.

  • This was the first demonstrative attempt by a foreign entity controlled central bank to govern the United States, and it occurred 180 years ago.

Nicholas Biddle was never forgiven by this country's business leaders. After it was determined that Biddle had deliberately injured thousands of business interests, he was arrested, and charged with fraud. With the assistance of his European banking family friends, he was, unfortunately, acquitted. He died soon after, on February 27, 1844, while still involved in the ensuing civil suits. Within a decade, his estate was devoured by successful civil suit awards. Unfortunately, no one went to prison then, either.

Shortly after the 2008 crash, programmers under the employ of an intelligence agency thought it was time for their own version of hacking the system. The One Percenters had been utilizing the United States' most sophisticated server farms to prep, and manipulate the crash. If they had become aware of the rogue programmers goals, they would have demanded the intelligence service label the programmers as terrorists, followed by arrest, and isolation. They had not, however, adequately anticipated a determined "internal betrayal".   

They remained arrogantly oblivious.    

The first task of the programmers:

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Click on the image above to open a series of articles about how
it all started, and how it became today's financial services industry.

From the history of coin to the reality of a single bank in Basel, Switzerland, under which "ALL" banks capitulate:

  • It's earliest history started by necessity, but soon became the largest business interest on the planet.

  • It didn't take long for someone to realize the creation, and distribution of currencies would become, and remain the most profitable business of all time.

  • The European banking dynasty began, and within only three generations they dominated all European lending..

Supreme Court Justice
Lewis F. Powell, Jr.

Click on his image above to open an article about this creep, and about how he supported corporate America, and taught them how to fight to become "people".     This was the very beginning of "Citizens United".

A "Corporate Tobacco Lawyer" was nominated to this country's highest court, even under his own protest of incompetence. He leads us down the road for 37 years to the crash of 2008, and 39 years to Citizen's United:

  • It started in the United States with a confidential memo, written by a tobacco corporation lawyer, soon to be nominated for Supreme Court Justice. The motive for the confidentiality was due to his pending nomination, and his upcoming Senate hearings.

  • If you've ever heard of the "Butterfly Effect", then you will know what I mean when I say, "This is where the One Percent began their climb, and the middle class started their fall."

  • A "corporate lawyer" for Phillip Morris, becomes a Supreme Court Justice. He is mentally tortured by events he considers un-American. I refer to the events as the "Beatles Impact"

Credit for Image of Lewis F. Powell Jr. Donkeyhotey Utilized under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

Ringo, John,
Paul, and George

Click on the image above to open an article about the Beatles' Impact upon people other than their fans. The Beatles' appearances precipitated a series of back room actions orchestrated by fanatical conservatives.

Four twenty something highly managed, and highly promoted rock stars turn the stomach, and the conservative senses of the existing societal elite, who vow to stop the progress of a middle class, if they persist in a new moral, and political challenge to their authority:

  • The Beatles appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964 turned out to be pivotable. It stirred fears among the elite, who are convinced of their superior intellect; frightened by the threat of communism supplanting capitalism, and increasing concerns over their version of anti-American activities.

  • The Free Speech Movement (FSM) was a student protest which took place during the 1964-65 academic year on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley. These increasingly frequent protests convinced those same people that drastic measures should be implemented. They were.

  • Their fears lead to a consolidation of United States corporate interests through what would later be referred to as SuperPacs.

Credit for one of the images considered for the cover of their album "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band The Beatles.Com Utilized under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

Click on the image above to open a series of articles with both the myths, and more details.

    We are told how disastrous it would be to tell the central banks     to piss off. Here is why that is false:

  • It is time to stop repaying any portion of our national debt, if
    those debts are related to bank misconduct, or funding of wars.

  • I list the top ten myths, and the dogma presented by the banking, industry. Why are their myths, and dogma no longer applicable?

Click on the image above to open a series of articles with both the myths, and more details. Although fungibility ranks as my number eight, I put a brief explanation of it on top of the page.

    Above all other myths came a new myth. It changed the game:

  • This new myth has risen to the surface, above all others, but no one in the financial services industry can allow it to be acknowledged.

  • The Nixon Shock was a series of economic measures undertaken by United States President Richard Nixon in 1971. The most significant was the unilateral cancellation of the direct international convertibility (fungibility) of the United States dollar to gold.

  • If you're not familiar with fungibility, click here for a link to an explanation from Wikipedia.

  • I list information about fungibility above the top ten myths, so that dogma presented by the banking industry can not survive, unless it is real.

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There are plenty of folks that have a very low regard for Andrew Jackson. Click here for a little more about why I still recommend that you know why his actions against a central banking system were so beneficial.

During the early days in U.S. history, there were a series of fights over the fiscal management of the country. It is quite safe to describe a few of them to be challenges to the constitution, as well as the core structure, and method of governance. The early bankers, in their typical fashion, deemed themselves better suited to the task of governance, and made brutal attacks, upon our nation's economic stability. They engaged in covert, and hostile takeover attempts of the country's method, and access to capital. The earliest stages of lobbying of the legislative branches, by financial institutions, began over the President Andrew Jackson's fiscal policies. Click here for a little more about how, and who attempted to seize power from Andrew Jackson, as well as both legislative bodies.

If I find myself to be in the company of Thomas Jefferson regarding my beliefs about big banking, it can't be all bad.

I can't be radical in my assessments, or my convictions against the motives of big banks, if Thomas Jefferson, and George Washington were attempting to prevent the establishment of a United States central bank. It took Andrew Jackson to get them removed. It took J.P. Morgan, and a weak President Woodrow Wilson to bring them back, in 1913.

The Great Depression was another crash, but it did serve to create laws to limit the methods by which banks did business. The laws were enumerated within the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933, but it took William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton to solidify their presence as a new power house industry, when he signed into law the "Financial Services Modernization Act", also known as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. It repealed the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933. It was the true beginning of the crash of 2008.

His wife's bid for the Presidency has been supported enormously by the big banks. I can't possibly vote for Trump, but if Hillary gets in there will be no chance of repealing the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, and put back in place some safeguards against big banking.

The novel must place individuals within situations, where they conclude they are existing in both the past, and the future. Including time travel, within any novel, or screen play, has been described as the kiss of death. Even if the characters mistakenly assume they had traveled through time, that still might prevent my novel from escaping a reader's dislike for the over used concept of time travel. Please remember I said they mistakenly came to the conclusion they had.

Even if I could demonstrate a potential reality to the reader that our present time of exponential growth of knowledge, and understanding in the scientific discipline called Physics could produce what I suggest, I might still lose a high percentage of potential readers. Nonetheless, there has been an exponential increase in our knowledge of two principles that suggest that both time, and physical space are far different from what we had previously considered factual.

Those two principles are quantum mechanics, and the membrane theory, also known as the M-theory. Both appear to be intertwined, and closely related.

Quantum mechanics has demonstrated two things:

  • Physical matter can exist in two places simultaneously.

  • Physicists have, in fact, sent a particle into the future, and then caught up with it.

Admittedly, the particle was small. More accurately, it was smaller than tiny.

The Membrane Theory, or the M-theory, is a theory in Physics that unifies all consistent versions of superstring theory. It demonstrates that space is not what we have been led to believe. It is not a straight line.

If you wish to read more about it, and wade your way through the egocentric "I thought of this first, and before that other physicist, you can click on this Wikipedia M-theory link.

With the new multi-billion dollar CERN super collider in Europe, the world has been accelerating our knowledge even faster.

The writer, in this case, brings this information together for the reader, so that they might see what is being proposed could actually be within the realm of possibilities.

Here is the simple part. We, as residents of this time, and this reality, could well imagine that a door to manipulating all that we know, might have been found, and utilized by people of means, and intent. It might have taken only five years, or even ten years. The speed of obtaining sophisticated knowledge has been astounding.

Given a small amount of our own real time, what is being proposed within the novel, might well have become reality.         It is my hope to immerse the reader's minds in this potential reality.

If the M-Theory is correct, and I tend to believe that it is, then the distance between membranes could be a matter of only millimeters. If the dimensions described, within the theory, possess alternate realities, then we may be experiencing more than one. We might not even perceive any alterations to our own.

If we, even now, have acquired the knowledge, and technology to send anything, regardless of how small, through time, we would be working on increasing the size, and mass. Our scientists, engineers, and especially military/intelligence people have consistently demonstrated a lack of concern over the concept of, "Simply because we can, should we?"

All you need do, in order to allow the scenario of this novel to be considered possible, is to decide that with all we have recently seen in the advancement of our knowledge of Physics, it might very well have provided access to the doors Physicists suggest are out there. The CERN project has costs billions to build, and millions per week to operate. Why, and who has allowed so much money to have been thrown at it, and who has so much to gain by investigating specific laws of physics?

The link below begins a series of articles I decided to write, after I was knee deep in research material. In simple terms, I became astonished, with the events that shaped how our lives have been limited. They are not written in the style of the novel. These indicate how significant are the events that have driven the majority of U.S. citizens into becoming pawns of the financial services industry. They also provide options on we might escape them, and their influence.

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Nearly 96% of buyers of Episode One have continued on to purchase all subsequent episodes. It is my impression that if I provide new potential readers an easy path to the series of episodes, I will likely develop, and keep new readers.

Novel title image

Mark Twain Image Credit: UC Berkeley Library

Image credits for photograph of CLARK, W.A. SENATOR:
Harris & Ewing, photographer,
donated to Library of Congress
by: Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955

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