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The Presidents facing the Jefferson Allegiance

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Jefferson and Hamilton brokered a deal to stop a President from trying to become Imperialistic. Throughout the course of our history, the Jefferson Allegiance had to be brought out at certain moments. When were those times? Which presidents faced it?

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The Presidents facing the Jefferson Allegiance

  1. 1. “Your people, sir, are a great beast.” Alexander Hamilton. 1792.
  2. 2. “I am not among those who fear the people. They, and not the rich, are our dependence for continued freedom.” Thomas Jefferson. 1816.
  3. 3. Who protects the Constitution from those who seek ultimate power through control of the White House?
  4. 4. The Facts: In May 1783 the Society of the Cincinnati was founded. Alexander Hamilton was one of its leading members. Thomas Jefferson was not allowed membership. The Society still has its headquarters in Washington D.C.
  5. 5. The Facts: In 1743, the American Philosophical Society (APS), the oldest learned society in North America, was founded. Thomas Jefferson was a member for 47 years and its president for 17 years. He also established the Military Philosophical Society at West Point. The APS still has its headquarters in Philadelphia.
  6. 6. Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton were opponents and had different views for the future of the United States. They did agree on one thing, though. That the country must survive and never be taken over by a despot. They brokered the Jefferson Allegiance and hid it. The secret to its location is in the Jefferson Cipher. The parts to the Cipher were scattered and hidden.
  7. 7. For over 200 years, the Jefferson Allegiance has been used to control the President, brought out only when needed and in secrecy. It is so powerful, every President confronted with it has bowed to its dictate as wielded by the American Philosophical Society. The following are the times that Presidents have been confronted.
  8. 8. Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo 1848. President Polk used the immoral Mexican War to expand the territory of the United States.
  9. 9. 22 August 1848. Polk is confronted by former President John Quincy Adams, General Zachary Taylor, and a freshman Congressman named Lincoln. They have the Jefferson Allegiance and demand that he stop his designs on confronting the British in the Oregon Territory to grab more land and run for re-election. He accedes and does neither.
  10. 10. 14 April 1865 Abraham Lincoln, after years of breaking the law in order to successfully wage the Civil War, finally sees the peace is in hand with Lee’s surrender at Appomattox.
  11. 11. He is confronted by General Grant, representing the APS, advising the President that he must return the office of Presidency to its former limits. He, and the APS, have too much respect for Lincoln to bring the actual document to the White House. But it doesn’t matter. Later that evening, Lincoln is dead.
  12. 12. 4 March 1905 President Theodore Roosevelt has just started his second term and is planning to wield his big stick to expand America’s Empire. He has his eyes set on the Philippines, Cuba and more.
  13. 13. 4 March 1805 Roosevelt is confronted by his daughter, Alice, the first female member of the APS. He is warned against trying to make an Imperial United States. “My father always wanted to be the corpse at every funeral, the bride at every wedding and the baby at every christening.”
  14. 14. “If you haven’t got anything nice to say about anybody, come sit next to me.” Alice Roosevelt Longworth.
  15. 15. 18 February 1945 On board the USS Quincy, returning from the Yalta Conference, General George Marshall, representing the APS, confronts an ailing President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
  16. 16. As they had warned Lincoln at the end of the Civil War, now they give the same warning to Roosevelt as World War II is winding down. To restore the peace powers of the President. Marshall warns Roosevelt, in the same manner Roman Emperors were humbled centuries earlier: “Respice post te! Hominem the ease memento!” Look behind you! Remember that you are just a man! Remember that you shall die!
  17. 17. Just two months later, Franklin Roosevelt was dead.
  18. 18. March 1962 J. Edgar Hoover, representing the Cincinnatians, threatens President Kennedy.
  19. 19. 22 March 1962 Mary Meyer, JFK’s former mistress, representing the APS, wants Kennedy to hold off on Vietnam and makes other demands.
  20. 20. Kennedy is caught between the two sides. A year later he’s killed A year later Mary Meyer is killed. The next day, Khrushchev resigns. (But that’s a story for The Kennedy Endeavor)
  21. 21. August 1974 President Nixon is drunk and isolated in the White House as he faces impeachment. Unknown to him, the military has already removed his authority to launch nuclear weapons.
  22. 22. The APS confronts Nixon, insisting he must resign the office of Presidency. When he appeals to the Society of the Cincinnati, they too turn their back on him. He resigns.
  23. 23. The Jefferson Allegiance has kept our country intact for over 200 years.
  24. 24. Until today.
  25. 25. The Jefferson Allegiance The Kennedy Endeavor The Jefferson Allegiance Book Trailer The Kennedy Endeavor Book Trailer The Presidents Facing the Jefferson Allegiance Theories on Kennedy’s Assassination
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