As you read these treasured quotes, make sure to read who actually originally said them. The history books might someday give credit to someone other than the correct person who initially said them.They are valuable and true statements that are familiar to many people in the world.
Money Quote Worth Weight In Gold
There is no way you can say these words without realizing this quote is happening today all over the world. With the global banksters keeping the monetary system in a turmoil, the Federal Reserve Bank in charge of money without being audited and the declining of the currency in all countries; this seems to be the way someone in the United States White House thinks this can be done with good results.Read this over as many times as necessary to discover the true meaning of the quote. A man named Abraham Lincoln is sometimes quoted with this statement, however snopes says that credit does not belong to the former President Lincoln. Here are the words."You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich".No matter who said them, they are true ones.
Wages In the Spotlight
There are many people who have used this quote and given credit to the former President Abraham Lincoln, when snopes claims this is from a Presbyterian minister by the name of The Reverend William John Henry Boetcker. At the 1992 Republican National Convention Ronald Reagan gave Lincoln credit for the following:"You cannot help the wage-earner by pulling down the wage-payer.Snopes explanation can be fully viewed by this link. http://www.snopes.com/quotes/lincoln/prosperity.asp Supposedly when a famous person states a profound statement it is quoted many times over even if the words were not originally that speaker's words.They are sometime given credit to the incorrect person.This is a statement from one of author Ralph Keyes' axioms of misquotations.
Men Discussed In Detail
This quote by The Reverend William John Henry Boetcker is again given credit to another and not him.Not as frequently used, but none the less true are these words. "You cannot help little men by tearing down big men." As quickly as Boetcker faded, Former President Abraham Lincoln moved into the spotlight.The quotes seemed to be owned by Lincoln from that moment in time and not many people question these valuable quotes' origin once they are mentioned as coming from Lincoln's mouth.The people quoting this one from Lincoln rather than Boetcker most often don't bother to research the truth of those words coming from other than Lincoln. Speech writers might have heard the quotes so many times as coming from Lincoln, they carry on the incorrect credit to Lincoln and not The Reverend William John Henry Boetcker.
Doing For Others Quote
Another quote from The Reverend William John Henry Boetcker and not the former President Abraham Lincoln is this collection of words."You cannot help men permanently by doing for them what they could and should do for themselves."Again Former President Ronald Reagan mentioned those words while talking to the nationwide audience at the 1992 Republican National Convention. Supposedly Snopes believes and states in their investigation that this probably set back the truth of the quote at least a generation. The more people hear the quote being from Lincoln the greater the chance that will be taken as truth from the Former President when it is from Boetcker. The quote, is such a true one for today's outlook all over the world.
Sound Security Quote
Perhaps the most truthful quote by The Reverend William John Henry Boetcker is this one that Lincoln is given credit as saying, when he truly did not.The quote:"You cannot establish sound security on borrowed money."Look how this quote is such a focal point in today's economy. With the derivatives being backed by absolutely unsound money, security is not known by Americans nor many other countries as well.When people learn that a derivative is merely a contract between two or more parties the beginning of investments is discovered.Furthermore the value of these currencies is determined by fluctuations in the asset.The derivatives the global bankers have control of actually are not known by any country and are not only secretive, but risky and benefit those globalists not citizens of any country.See how the quote is so powerful for today!