Nicholas Biddle

By Pastor Don Elmore

Andrew Jackson was elected to the Presidency in the year 1828.  His bravery and military skill in defeating the British in the War of 1812 are well known.  He fought many battles in open combat, but now he was facing an entirely different enemy.  This enemy claimed to want the best for America just like him, and occupied high positions of responsibility just like him.  One of these enemies was traitor Nicholas Biddle.

Who was Nicholas Biddle?  I was to find out…about three years ago at a Thanksgiving dinner at my brother’s house; we were having a discussion about the evils of banking and God’s law on eliminating all debt every seven years.  I had made the argument how beneficial it would be to the average American if there were no interest loans available from any bank.  To my surprise--the person who was seated next to me (my brother’s wife sister) disagreed and whispered in my ear, “Don, you don’t understand, my husband is descended from Nicholas Biddle!”

Nicholas Biddle, carried out one phase of the Jesuit attack.  Biddle was a brilliant financier, having graduated from the University of Pennsylvania at the age of thirteen.  He was a master of the science of money.  By the time Jackson came to the Presidency in 1828, Biddle was in full control of the Federal government’s central bank.  This was not the first time that a central bank had been established: first under Robert Morris and second, under Alexander Hamilton.

    A central bank had been tried, but in both cases it had failed because of fraudulent actions on the part of the bankers who were in control. After the War of 1812, a central bank was tried again, and it was in this third attempt that we find Mr. Biddle.

    Who was behind Nicholas Biddle and the attempt to have a central bank in the United States?

    "The blunt reality is that the Rothschild banking dynasty in Europe was the dominant force, both financially and politically, in the formation of the Bank of the United States." – G. Edward Griffin, The Creature from Jekyll Island, American Opinion Publishing, p. 331.

    The instigators behind Biddle in his efforts to establish the Central Bank were the Rothschild’s.  For whom was the Rothschild family working?

    "Aware that the Rothschild’s are an important Jewish family, I looked them up in Encyclopedia Judaica and discovered that they bear the title “Guardians of the Vatican Treasury”…. The appointment of Rothschild gave the black papacy absolute financial privacy and secrecy.  Who would ever search a family of orthodox Jews for the key to the wealth of the Roman Catholic Church?" – F. Tupper Saussy, Rulers of Evil, Harper Collins, p. 160, 161.

    The Rothschild’s were Jesuits who used their Jewish background as a facade to cover their sinister activities.  The Jesuits, working through Rothschild and Biddle, sought to gain control of the banking system of the United States.

    Andrew Jackson was not happy with the central bank.  When Biddle sought to renew the bank’s charter in 1832, President Jackson put his re-election bid on the line and vetoed Congress’ attempt to renew the charter.  He vetoed it for three reasons.  The bank was becoming a monopoly; it was unconstitutional, and it was a grave danger to the country by having the bank heavily dominated by foreign interests (the Jesuits).  Jackson felt that the very security of America was in danger from these foreign interests.

    The Jesuits used Biddle and Rothschild to gain the upper hand in American banking because they knew they could then control the people and effectively rewrite the Constitution according to papal law.  Jackson was trying to stop them.

    Biddle responded to Jackson’s refusing to allow him to re-establish the central bank by shrinking the nation’s money supply.  He did this by refusing to make loans.  By so doing, he upended the economy and money disappeared.  Unemployment ran high.  Companies went bankrupt because they could not pay their loans.  The nation went into a panic depression.  Biddle felt he could force Jackson to keep the central bank.  So confident was he that he publicly boasted that he had caused the economic woes in America.  Due to his foolish bragging, others came out in defense of Jackson and the central bank died.  It died until its re-establishment in 1913.  It was re-established then by the same people, (Jewish Jesuits of Rome) for the same purpose of bringing America to her knees and planting the temporal power of the pope in America.