William McKinley/Assassination

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Event.png William McKinley/Assassination (False flag,  coup d'état,  structural deep event,  assassination) Rdf-icon.png
DateSeptember 11, 1901 - September 14, 1901
LocationMilburn House,  Buffalo,  NY
Blamed onLeon Czolgosz
Type• shooting
• poison
DeathsWilliam McKinley
Injured (non-fatal)0
DescriptionThe Assassination of William McKinley

United States President William McKinley was shot on the grounds of the Pan-American Exposition at the Temple of Music in Buffalo, New York, on September 6, 1901 as the result of a conspiracy. On September 11, 1901 (9/11/01) he was poisoned while convalescing at the home of Exposition President John G. Milburn. McKinley died on September 14, 1901. Shortly thereafter, Theodore Roosevelt became the 26th President of the United States. Responsible for the Assassination was the political machine lead by New York State Republican Senator Thomas C. Platt and the Office of Naval Intelligence. In addition to Milburn, another key operative was Presidential Chief of Staff, George B. Cortelyou.

Although American imperialism is usually dated to the destruction of the Maine in Havana Harbor in 1898, the McKinley Assassination represented the transition from the American Republic to the American Empire. The date of its founding is 9/11/01, completing an electoral realignment that had started with the rigging of the Electoral College vote allocation 1896 under Republican National Convention Chair, Marcus Alonzo Hanna. It set the Stage for the building of the Panama Canal through the United State's first covert Regime Change effort in Panama. It also resulted in the authorization of the first "Banana Wars" under the Roosevelt Administration. In its aftermath, the Assassination resulted in significant expansion of the authority and duties of the United States Secret Service.

For this reason, the Assassination has been called the "Project for an American Century," the "Coup of 1901," "Operation Panamanaia" and the "Panamaniac Plan." This is based on the Palindrome, "A Man, A Plan, A Canal, Panama!" and the fact the Assassination took place at the Pan-American Exposition. The assassination pioneered many Public Relations, propaganda, and psychological warfare techniques that would be later refined in the Archduke Franz Ferdinand Assassination of 1913. Most famously, the assassination's pageantry featured a theme song, "Greater My God To thee" and merchandising of sheet music and funeral procession memorabilia. Media Relations techniques pioneered by the Hearst Empire such as a story about a young boy giving the President a red carnation shortly before his death lead to nationwide fad of the purchase of red carnations.

The Assassination also sought to break up social and labor organization unrest expressed in the burgeoning Anarchist Movement and public intellectual Emma Goldman. The Official gunman, Leon Czolgosz, was a U.S. Government informant and infiltrator of the Anarchist movement, which sought to address social and income inequality and advocated a pacifist foreign policy. Although the press claimed Czlogosz to be an Anarchist, this was only based on his confession and an a newspaper story in his coat pocket describing a speech by Emma Goldman (which misrepresented her statements). In fact, Czolgosz was a registered Republican. In the days prior to secret ballots, researchers discovered Czolgosz had voted in the Republican primaries in Cleveland and that his father and brother had both registered and voted Republican.


It permanently branded "Anarchists" as violent and dangerous, when in actuality, Anarchists promote non-aggression. This lead Congress to pass the Anarchist Exclusion Act of 1903 - the second time in United States History immigration was limited (the first being the Chinese Exclusion Act). It was also the first time the U.S. Government criminalized or limited migration on the basis of an ideology or an idea. Because "Anarchism" was loosely defined, the U.S. Government could brand any person as an "Anarchist," a tactic it would later re-use in the phony War on Terror. Although very few individuals were denied admission to the United States on the basis of the Exclusion Act, it had a chilling effect on migration, especially from Slavic Countries. In practice, the Anarchist Exclusion Act was a Jewish Exclusion Act because it allowed religious discrimination by proxy by segmenting out Jews from Non-Jews, many Jewish communities in the Russian Imperial pale of settlement being seen as "anarchist" communities. This consigned many Jews to the horrors of the 20th Century.

Many of the individuals involved in the McKinley Assassination would be influential in the establishment of the National Security State. Milburn would go on to found the New York Law firm Carter, Leadyard, and Milburn, which would include among its partners Frank Wisner of the Office of Strategic Services and William Harding Jackson, founding Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency.

Many of the aspects of the Assassination have been prominent in Psy-Ops in the 21st Century conducted by Zionist and Banking interests designed to bring about the fall of the American Empire and the simultaneous rise of the Chinese Empire: in other words, to run the palindrome backwords. For example, the Tallest Mountain (Mt. McKinley in Alaska) was made Low by being renamed Denali, recalling the Prophecy of Isaiah: "Every Valley Shall be Exalted and Every Mountain and Hill Made Low," John McCain (paired with Able Danger) was born in the Panama Canal Zone and had a running mate named Palin. McDonald of the 11/9 Operation pushed Tarrifs - prominent of the McKinley Tarrifs. He also sought to build a Wall - recalling the Great Wall of China, whereas China financed and Spain built the Second Panama Canal.