Andrew JacksonAndrew Jackson, (1767-1845) 7th US President

Andrew Jackson Quote

“You are a den of vipers and thieves. I intend to rout you out, and by the grace of the Eternal God, will rout you out.”

Andrew JacksonAndrew Jackson
~ Andrew Jackson

upon evicting from the Oval Office a delegation of international bankers discussing the Bank Renewal Bill, 1832 

Ratings and Comments

jim k, austin,tx

But like roaches and fire ants, they are hard to get rid of.

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RobertSRQ    4/2/08

I wish he was alive today - perhaps we could call on the fumigators to tent the White House

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Anonymous    4/2/08

I wonder if Mr. Jackson was referring to some of the scoundrels that formed the Federal Reserve Bank.We sure could use policy makers of his caliber today in the USA.

J Carlton, Calgary

Always have loved that quote. Its quite possibly one of the reasons for the civil war too.

E Archer, NYC

Interesting take, J Carlton. You may be right. I'm going to look into it further.

J. Binford, Twentynine Palms

He understood the pitfalls and dangers of allowing bankers and unscrupulous businessmen to run rampant with our funds.

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Anonymous    4/14/09

Jackson wasn't referring to the federal reserve, he was referring to the first central bank called "Bank of the United States"

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booger    5/3/09

that was mean

Classic Cult, Thermal

he's talking about the rothschilds

Dee, Ohio
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Dee, Ohio    12/18/10

This is the hidden American History. America has always had the battle between the banksters and the people of the Republic.

He's Spartacus

"I wonder if Mr. Jackson was referring to some of the scoundrels that formed the Federal Reserve Bank." That's exactly who he was referring to, except I think it was called the First Bank of America at the time.

Loser, Milheim, Pa.

So now you know. And What will come of it? What came of Jackson's efforts? How many died? The history of "civilization" is its building up & then its collapse. It collapses when the Super Rich can no longer control it to their benefit, when people who know the score no longer participate in its moronic insanity & no longer make good slaves. War only feeds the Beast. The Big Money loved Jackson & his wars & Lincoln & his war!!! Fight, hate, work, it all feeds the Beast. Go to school & learn a pack of lies. Get hot under the collar over political issues. Feed the Beast. Losers don't win & Winners Don't lose... EVER!

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    Hidden    1/10/13

    One of the greats that fought for the peoeple and not wall street. May him, J.F.K, Jefferson and honest Abe rest in peace.

    Mike, Pleasant Hill

    Hidden, you are wrong about Lincoln. He was a tyrant and launched the war of Northern aggression and kicked open the door for a large unconstitutional centralized government.
    Jackson did what he could in the time that he had; it was a victory for him, but the international bankers had time on their hands and inevitably got control like they have now.

    Here's a link to an animated video that tells the story pretty well of how the banking system got started and how it works today.

    Bruski, Naples FL

    This one should get a 10+.

    Our current "Den Of Vipers" are in power and are "Too Big To Jail".

    Sad day. The Fed has won.

    Ronw13, Yachats Or

    Brings to mind a song I once heard. " Put your hand in the Hand of the man who stilled the waters. " " And he said unto them, Take heed what you hear: with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you: and unto you that hear shall more be given." ( Mark 4:24 ) And they came over to the other side of the sea. And when he was come out of the ship, immediately there met him out of the tombs a man with an unclean spirit, who had his dwelling among the tombs; and no man could bind him, no, not with chains: because that he had often been bound with fetters and chains, and the chains had been plucked asunder by him, and the fetters broken in pieces : neither could any man tame him. And he ask him, what is thy name ? My name is Legion: for we are many. ( Mark 5:1,4,9 ). Which brings us to Habakkuk. Their rejoicing was as to devour the poor secretly. ( Hab 3:14 ) Jackson's feet you could say were made like hinds' feet. But a full read of the book of Habakkuk, note: 3:13 sheds a lot of light. The hands of the Lord have horns ! Semper Fi

    Waffler, Smith

    Banking and international banking is great. I travel freely have access to my funds, every thing is done electronically and with ease. What all of the complaining about banking is I really don't know.

    Mike, Norwalk

    Waffler, it is great to see you back. Your comments are as naive and liberally progressive as ever (-; I like it ;-). To help you out, one example why people complain about banks is the legalized theft. OK, I can't help myself, a second complaint is the creative accounting.


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