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 The Alembic Files 
 Letters of Centinel No. 17
 Documentary
 Eric the Blacksmith
 A. L. Aric  
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In Letter No. 17, Centinel expands upon his previous essay. He takes direct aim at the Founders scamming their fellow Americans for millions of dollars. Well-to-do elites, acting as political saviors, are speculating using public monies.
Centinel displays amazing courage in this missive. He names names and levels charges.
Does Centinel make another tangential reference to Alexander Hamilton, who had a powerful influence over George Washington?
The Federalists are stealing supplies and property and are using their plunder to further their hold on power.
Centinel calls out Federalist Francis Hopkinson as a shill for
denigrating the Irish-born Anti-Federalist writer and educator, Benjamin Workman, aka Philadelphiensis. Centinel implies that Hopkinson, "The Little Fiddler," has debased himself by accepting bribes.
It's an unpopular claim in today's myth-loving, hero-worshiping America: The Founders were erudite grifters who pulled every trick out of the bag to swindle their fellow citizens out of their liberties and property. Sadly, ironically, Americans have been propagandized into believing they can’t be propagandized.
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