Who was the most divisive President in history?

Who is the most divisive President?

  • Reagan

    Votes: 4 4.0%
  • Nixon

    Votes: 10 9.9%
  • LBJ

    Votes: 5 5.0%
  • JFK

    Votes: 3 3.0%
  • Truman

    Votes: 2 2.0%
  • FDR

    Votes: 2 2.0%
  • Wilson

    Votes: 2 2.0%
  • Jackson

    Votes: 4 4.0%
  • Lincoln

    Votes: 50 49.5%
  • Other?

    Votes: 19 18.8%

  • Total voters
    101
May 2019
210
Salt Lake City, Utah
I am not sure how it's one and not both.
And it's not his policies. He declared a state of emergency and the Congress backed it by amending the Trading With the Enemy Act of 1917. And after 1938, the Supreme Court went along. It's the whole government - and it never changed back. It is today, what it became in 1933.

Ended fear? By proclamation? Or did they pass a statue? Did they have War on Fear? (Sorry, I couldn't resist. lol)

He didn't shore up the banks (socialism?). He stole the banks (fascism?) on behalf of his colleagues in the so-called Federal Reserve - a private corporation. If there was ever a bigger and better heist in history, I would not know where to start looking. Am I the only one here who does follow-the-money history?
Politely, I believe your questions are meaningless until you answer them.

Please explain to the readers why you are riffing on the Fed Reserve. I am so tired of weak libertarian etc philosophy that can't support even the analysis.

Tell you what: analyze what you mean in one paragraph, and we will go from there.
 

Kotromanic

Ad Honorem
Dec 2011
5,021
Iowa USA
Politely, I believe your questions are meaningless until you answer them.

Please explain to the readers why you are riffing on the Fed Reserve. I am so tired of weak libertarian etc philosophy that can't support even the analysis.

Tell you what: analyze what you mean in one paragraph, and we will go from there.
Some of us are tired of Statist philosophy that is willfully blind to the role of credit and finance in human affairs, since about.... the Templars being brought down by the Papacy?
 

Code Blue

Ad Honorem
Feb 2015
4,407
Caribbean
Politely, I believe your questions are meaningless until you answer them.
LOL

Please explain to the readers why you are riffing on the Fed Reserve. I am so tired of weak libertarian etc philosophy that can't support even the analysis.
Riffing? I was several notes short of a riff. (Rim shot)!!
After dodging my question, you now demand support? That's why I was laughing

This is the source of some of the facts I alluded to.
Go look at Proclamation 2039 of March 6, Proclamation 2040 of March 9, and look up the amended act of Oct 17, referenced therein, and the larger so-called banking relief act. The executive order 6102 of Apr 5. Then, look up who is the Trustee of the Warm Springs Foundation, and see what his day job is..

Now you have more than a riff. You have a whole rhythm section. Here is a vocalist.
"The real truth of the matter is, as you and I know, that a financial element in the larger centers has owned the Government ever since the days of Andrew Jackson — and I am not wholly excepting the Administration of WW The country is going through a repetition of Jackson's fight with the Bank of the Unites States - only on a far bigger and broader basis."
FDR to Edward House (who definitely knows)
The difference, of course, is that Jackson fought "them." FDR was their boy. He is the 3rd generation from James Roosevelt, founder of the Bank of NY, start in the 1780s and bailed out in 1790s by Hamilton.

Libertarian, schmibertarian. Anyone who believes the "little guy" was benefiting from these massive projects more than his elite pals, some of whom wrote the New Deal and draft antecedents before FDR was elected...well, I don't even know how to finish that sentence.
 
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May 2019
210
Salt Lake City, Utah
Some of us are tired of Statist philosophy that is willfully blind to the role of credit and finance in human affairs, since about.... the Templars being brought down by the Papacy?
iow, you are running the fed reserve credit conspiracy theory? Really? I have a sisterinlaw who thinks her husband is a prince of the illuminati. That type of thinking is amazingly creepy but it is so hard to look away.
 
May 2019
210
Salt Lake City, Utah
LOL

Riffing? I was several notes short of a riff. (Rim shot)!!
After dodging my question, you now demand support? That's why I was laughing

This is the source of some of the facts I alluded to.
Go look at Proclamation 2039 of March 6, Proclamation 2040 of March 9, and look up the amended act of Oct 17, referenced therein, and the larger so-called banking relief act. The executive order 6102 of Apr 5. Then, look up who is the Trustee of the Warm Springs Foundation, and see what his day job is..

Now you have more than a riff. You have a whole rhythm section. Here is a vocalist.
"The real truth of the matter is, as you and I know, that a financial element in the larger centers has owned the Government ever since the days of Andrew Jackson — and I am not wholly excepting the Administration of WW The country is going through a repetition of Jackson's fight with the Bank of the Unites States - only on a far bigger and broader basis."
FDR to Edward House (who definitely knows)
The difference, of course, is that Jackson fought "them." FDR was their boy. He is the 3rd generation from James Roosevelt, founder of the Bank of NY, start in the 1780s and bailed out in 1790s by Hamilton.

Libertarian, schmibertarian. Anyone who believes the "little guy" was benefiting from these massive projects more than his elite pals, some of whom wrote the New Deal and draft antecedents before FDR was elected...well, I don't even know how to finish that sentence.
OK, so you cannot explain it one para. That I knew would happen. The rosicrucians are on the loose.
 

Kotromanic

Ad Honorem
Dec 2011
5,021
Iowa USA
iow, you are running the fed reserve credit conspiracy theory? Really? I have a sisterinlaw who thinks her husband is a prince of the illuminati. That type of thinking is amazingly creepy but it is so hard to look away.
I see you are here to have pleasant discussion. Seventy-three posts for one member and about 4500 and seven years with no suspensions for the other. Please try to be more pleasant and facilitate a respectful discussion. Or go away, please. Thanks.
 
May 2019
210
Salt Lake City, Utah
I am being very pleasant, Kotromanic. I am going nowhere.

Stating that I think the fed reserve attacks are conspiracy theory is not rude. Neither is pointing out I don't believe in the Illuminati conspiracy.

Please don't try to intimidate with a Fallacy of Authority argument: it won't work.

If you want to talk about the evils of the Fed Reserve then please do so in one paragraph instead of asking questions that lead to nowhere.
 

Kotromanic

Ad Honorem
Dec 2011
5,021
Iowa USA
I am being very pleasant, Kotromanic. I am going nowhere.

If you want to talk about the evils of the Fed Reserve then please do so in one paragraph instead of asking questions that lead to nowhere.
No you are unpleasant. We don't make these sort of demands as if we are authority figures in this forum.