News has emerged that Abraham Lincoln may have had a half-brother, Jesse Linkhorn, born in 1814. There are questions about Old Abe’s ancestry, such as was Thomas Lincoln really the father? And what about Abe’s grandmother, “Wild Lucy” Hanks? The ancestry of the so-called “Federal” Reserve is also under question. It appears to be only a half-brother of lawful Constitutional money. Abraham Lincoln fathered the authentic Civil War Greenback, but “Federal” Reserve is only a half-brother of doubtful ancestry. And currently it is looking like Appomattox for “Federal” Reserve.
Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Appomattox of Federal Reserve”, published to YouTube on February 13, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 16 minutes and 57 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.
It is the Appomattox of the Federal Reserve, its defeat and surrender. Our tale must needs begin way back in 1782, when a traveling stranger stopped for the night at a farmhouse and requested lodging. “Okay,” said the farmer, “but you will have to sleep with my daughters.” The four daughters were Betsy, Polly, Nancy, and Lucy. Awhile after the traveling stranger had departed, Lucy realized she was pregnant. That Lucy was Lucy Hanks, mother of Nancy Hanks, in turn the mother of Abraham Lincoln. 
Thomas Lincoln is supposed to have been the father of Old Abe, our 16th President. In fact, Thomas Lincoln, in exchange for “a consideration” (money) from Abraham Enlow of Kentucky, assumed the paternity of the infant child of Nancy Hanks.  Thomas Lincoln himself is believed to have been sterile. 
Recent DNA tests support that Abraham Lincoln had an unrecognized half-brother named Jesse Linkhorn who was born in 1814. 
The half-brother situation again occurred during the American Civil War. At that time, an alternative to private bankers money was tried. Crucial to Lincoln’s Greenbacks is that they were not given a fair chance but were a depreciated currency right from the start. That information comes from Civil War congressman Thaddeus Stevens who, on February 20, 1862 gave a speech in the House attacking the “exception clause” which smothered the infant Greenback at birth. I found this information in an old book, Seven Financial Conspiracies Which Have Enslaved the American People, by a Mrs. Sarah Emery, revised edition published in 1894. 
The lawful, Constitutional money was sabotaged during the American Civil War. The fatal wound delivered to these united States was neither slavery nor secession – it was money, money bathed in the blood of American soldiers, both North and South. A dying Republic was secretly stabbed in the back by those bent on making money out of its demise. 
Lincoln’s Greenbacks were cremated, and private bankers consolidated their hold on the money supply until, in 1913, a so-called “Federal” Reserve was born.
DEBT. That is what the “Federal” Reserve does. The more debt they can foist, the more interest they can collect. We now approach a $20 trillion national debt.
But suppose the Congress tucked in a little law, hidden somewhere in say the agriculture bill… A line buried therein which orders the U.S. Treasury to print a single, $20 trillion Constitutional Greenback. Suppose that little law tucked inside the agriculture bill ordered that the single $20 trillion Greenback be delivered to “Federal” Reserve in payment of all debt. This would completely erase the national debt and would be the Appomattox of “Federal” Reserve.
——- Sources ——-
 “Some Abey Lincoln Stories”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, April 11, 2013.
 “Celebrating a connection as Abraham Lincoln turns 207”, by Tyrel Linkhorn. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, February 13, 2016 12:00 AM.
 Seven Financial Conspiracies Which Have Enslaved the American People, by Mrs. Sarah Emery. Revised 1894 edition. Reprint published by Hyperion Press, Westport, CT.
 Blood Money: The Civil War and the Federal Reserve, by John Remington Graham. Gretna, LA: Pelican Publishing, 2006.