Monday, April 16, 2012

The Kidnapping and Murder of Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr.

"A prominent banker and member of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s 'brain trust'" was behind it, argues The New American's James Perloff, putting it within a "context of sudden deaths for enemies of the FDR-Federal Reserve crowd" — The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping Mystery.

"No one had symbolized 'isolationism' more than Lindbergh," whose "father, U.S. Congressman Charles Lindbergh, Sr., was a chief opponent of our entering World War I and bitterly fought the Federal Reserve Act, which he prophesied would benefit a few bankers while plaguing average Americans with inflation and economic despair."

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