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Old 03-17-2012, 08:40 AM   #1
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Audit the Federal Reserve

"H.R. 459,The Audit the Fed Bill, has now reached 214 Cosponsors in the House of Representatives, only 4 representatives away from a HOUSE MAJORITY, and 21 months away from the 100th anniversary of the Federal Reserve, on which, Dr. Paul has said, should be the day of the introduction of the Repeal The Federal Reserve Act.

The Last and only audit of the Federal Reserve System was a partial audit, and it revealed 16 TRILLION dollars in secret and Unconstitutional loans to corporations, foreign banks, domestic banks, and foreign governments between December 2007 and June 2010. This has been the only audit of any kind of the Federal Reserve, and it was partial.

Monetary inflation, coupled with artificially low interest rates and management of the Federal Funds rate by the Federal Reserve, promotes malinvestment, and the boom and bust cycle which we recently witnessed within housing, and instead of the promised stimulation of economy, hundreds of thousands of lost jobs and lost homes.

The only option to fixing this continuing disaster we call the Federal Reserve is to take one of the first steps towards a sound currency in this situation, Auditing the Federal Reserve.

The loss of trust within the Federal Reserve will occur if and when a truthful audit of the Federal Reserve is carried out, and some transparency established.

Which is why, now, when our dollar is running on nothing, our debt mounting, anti-rights bills such as NDAA , HR 347, SOPA, and ACTA being proposed and passed, war drums beating, and just four representatives short of a HOUSE MAJORITY in support of the Audit the Fed bill, is the best time to act.

Find out whether your Representative is on the list of Cosponsors of H.R. 459, HERE (If you don’t see the name, he/she is not)
Contact your Representatives and urge them to cosponsor H.R. 459, the “Federal Reserve Transparency Act” ASAP"

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Old 03-17-2012, 01:24 PM   #2
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Mind blowing.

"358 RESIGNATIONS FROM WORLD BANKS, INVESTMENT HOUSES, MONEY FUNDS"

"Very soon, you will witness the world-wide mass arrests of the many criminal cabal members.

These arrests will mean the removal of the final obstacles that will allow for the implementation of the new abundance systems that are ready to immediately free humanity from the current economy and its falsely imposed conditions of debt and poverty.

There have been many men and women dedicated to this cause who have been working diligently in secret for years to bring us to this moment and are so eager to present to humanity the new system that will immediately redistribute abundance to all of humanity and release humanity from the mundane life it has known. Freedom is to be returned to the people.

The release of technologies and other suppressed elements that are to be introduced will follow to assist this transition.

The news of these mass arrests will come sudden and come hard, and many whom are unprepared with an understanding as to why may feel shocked and confused to witness so many taken into custody.

These many men and women, how ever, have served for the perpetuation of your enslavement and all have actively taken part in serious crimes against the people

Certain big media groups have agreed to cover these events and assist in the disclosure timeline. These arrests will be televised and fully shared with you for it is owed to the people of the world that they witness the very moments and actions taken that will mean your release from the control of these many people whom have for so long worked to serve the
control and exploitation of humanity.

This manipulation will end and humanity will enter into a
new life.

With this in mind, you can look upon these arrests without fear and acknowledge what they mean for your world.

There are many sources of this type of liberating information and it is requested that this information is made available to all who may, or may not, choose to at least familiarize themselves with it, for all efforts to spread this information are valuable and will help dispel fears and lessen the impact.

True freedom is to be returned to you soon."


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"Bush, Fed, Europe Banks in $15 Trillion Fraud, All Documented

Below is one of the strangest stories in financial history, one involving the US government lying about hundreds of thousands of tons of imaginary gold, illegal wire transfers and loans totalling $15 trillion. The video, from the House of Lords, is amazing in itself.

What it doesn’t express is where the money came from though Lord James of Blackheath proves conclusively that an effort was made to say it came from a gold reserve in Brunei that, in fact, never existed.

At surface, it appears we have stumbled upon the largest terrorist organization in the world and have found original documents tracing its funding to the Secretary of the Treasury and the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, two of the top financial officers in the US. A cursory review of terrorism statues in the US indicate that all transactions we will learn about are, in fact, to be assumed “terrorist money laundering” and that the only thing preventing the immediate arrest of hundreds of top financial officials is their political connections alone..."
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Old 03-17-2012, 01:51 PM   #3
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The White Hats Call For Joint International Criminal Investigation: America Demands Its $15 Trillion Dollars Back!

"If you have been following the news, The White Hats have called for Leadership in America to stand up and be counted. In fact, we would have expected our current President to stand up for America. We only asked for one person to stand up for America, for 308 million Americans, the ole’ girl in the New York harbor, the tattered ole’ flag and the fine men and women that serve or have served our Country proudly - just one person that has the Heart of a Lion, willing to walk with a genuine swagger and the intestinal fortitude to deal with very corrupt people and very corrupt situations.

Amazingly, no one person has had the guts to answer the call, to call it like it is, to recognize and to expose the criminality and stand steadfast for truth, honesty and integrity as a human being and for America’s moral fiber to have a significant voice in the rapidly changing world we live in.

The mockery Americans have had to endure for several decades is abysmal. We used to stand for all that was fair, moral and just. Due to the growth of the corruption that is out of control, the once good guys have been threatened, mocked, made fools of and bribed to the point of not caring about America and her values ... just barely willing to do their jobs, getting a paycheck and bribe money, without harassment. Not one person has had the ability to stand above the fray and say ”I know about this and here is the truth as ugly and nasty as it is”. NOT ONE PERSON!

The White Hats have been scoffed at by the biggest in politics starting with George H. W. Bush, Sr. His son Dubya scoffs, and his brothers Neal and Jeb scoff. (We have the evidence on all of them too!) Mitt Romney scoffs in tune with Sr. because he committed fraudulent financial acts with Sr. in the theft of $700 Million of Falcone’s money. (We have the evidence on all of them too!) Both Clintons scoff with Sr., Obama scoffs with Sr. and in a remarkable admittance, Geithner scoffed while stating he works for Bush and not Obama. Really? Did he just say what we reported? He works for Bush? We are sorry, we thought Obama appointed him. We must have missed all of the appointment stuff in high school government class, and then in college and then in law school. Maybe this is what the problem has been all along … the White Hats have been under the impression, along with the rest of America and the world, that the current President appoints people to his cabinet and other appointed positions. Maybe that is the problem … we misunderstood. Nah, not for a minute. We have the evidence on all of them and it’s coming to America.

So with George Sr. lurking in the background playing puppet master, Obama really has no control of the finances of America, which truly explains a lot. It would seem that if Obama did have his fingers on America’s checkbook, he would still have no control over the American economy, since Bush Sr. has total control. This is the exact reason why Obama himself, when personally requesting the $15 Trillion be returned from the London bankers, was outright laughed at and summarily rejected. He came home with zip, zero … nada, which is why all of this has become so painfully obvious..."
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Mark, you really have outdone yourself this time
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Old 03-17-2012, 09:27 PM   #5
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Mark, you really have outdone yourself this time
And so has legislators in Europe, an intelligence community, and a vast amount of law enforcement.
Maybe, if you try harder, you can shove your head further into the sand.
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Old 03-18-2012, 12:42 PM   #6
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Here's a critical eye on the event

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Old 03-27-2012, 11:45 AM   #7
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Peter Schiff is right, as he has been many times. If you don't believe me, follow this google search https://www.google.com/#hl=en&sclien...2&pf=p&pdl=300


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It's Official - The Fed Is Now Buying European Government Bonds

"As if the 'risk-less' dollar-swaps the Fed has extended to any and every major central bank were not enough, William Dudley just unashamedly admitted that the Fed now holds 'a very small amount of European Sovereign Debt'. So not only is the US taxpayer bailing out Europe via the IMF (as we noted here a week ago using Greece as an intermediary) and the Fed is providing limitless USD swap lines but now we join the ECB in monetizing European government bonds "

Doomesday for America: Federal Reserve Violates 1913 Charter and Bails out Europe

"In violation of their own charter, Federal Reserve Manager William Dudley let it slip out in testimony that the Federal Reserve had begun a direct bailout of Europe by buying their sovereign debt directly. This is more foul than a simple currency swap scam which they had tried previously, or funneling 1.7 billion through the IMF to bailout greece. This is now America directly taking on European Debt. This has never happened before. As the reserve currency, there is no reason in terms of trading for America to do this, it is OTHER countries which hold American foreign reserves as America is the reserve currency. By beginning this move, to directly accumulate foreign debt, we are now pigs led to the slaughter. Because America will be used as a sponge to soak up the entire debt crisis in Europe, Europe will get saved, their banks will return to a strong footing, and then the American Pig will POP and no one will be there to save US. This is a crisis of biblical proportions leading to millions dead if this occurs. This is a doomesday scenario for America.

The Fed has placed a hundred-billion dollar bet on the future of the Euro, with the strength of the dollar on the line. This is absolutely irresponsible, and directly contrary to market discipline. Let private banks, European or otherwise, take their own risks. Let foreign central banks inflate their own currencies and suffer the consequences. In other words, it’s time to apply market principles to banks and money...."


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Old 03-30-2012, 08:00 AM   #8
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Welcome to the United States of Orwell, Part 4: "Consumer Protection" Just Another Federal Reserve Power Grab

"How to mask yet another Federal Reserve power grab? Call it "consumer protection."

This is truly Orwellian: the latest and greatest Executive Branch/Federal Reserve power grab is labeled "consumer protection." I am indebted to correspondent Jim S. who seems to be one of the few Americans to have actually sorted through this monstronsity and gleaned its true nature: an unprecedented extension of Executive (i.e. Imperial Presidency) and Federal Reserve power.

Let's start by recalling that the Federal Reserve is a consortium of private banks. Calling a private consortium of banks the "Federal Reserve" is the original Orwellian misdirection, for there is nothing "Federal" about the Federal Reserve. It is not a government agency.

Now guess who will fund and control this vast new bureaucracy of "consumer protection"? Yes, the private consortium known as the Federal Reserve. "The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will be an independent unit located inside and funded by the United States Federal Reserve. It will write and enforce bank rules, conduct bank examinations, monitor and report on markets, as well as collect and track consumer complaints."

Since managing the money supply and interest rates is the ultimate "consumer protection," we can ask how well the Fed managed those tasks in the past 15 years: alas, their management has been catastrophic for the nation and the middle class, which has been gutted by their policies of serial bubble blowing, leveraged speculation and bank predation.

The very last private consortium any sane person would select to run a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau would be the privately owned parasites of the Federal Reserve. Doesn't the vast, sprawling bureaucracy of the Federal government already have agencies experienced in regulating consumer protection? Why do we "need" to consolidate all financial consumer data and regulation under the control of a non-government consortium that has amply proven itself to be the enabler and enforcer of institutionalized bank predation, embezzlement and fraud?

This is beyond bizarre. If we had to assign the task of protecting consumers to a privately owned consortium, then we'd be better off giving the task to IBM. But the bank-owned toadies in Congress handed all this power to the Federal Reserve. One wonders how it is legal that a private consortium now has power over all financial data in the U.S.

Here is Jim's summary:

You are more than familiar with the Shadow Banking System running parallel, black-box-like to the Federal Reserve System...no regulation, no accounting, notional hypothecation upon notional re-hypothecations accounting for leverages to the Moon, and in the end, essentially infinite debt.



The CFPB represents to me a complete, contained Shadow US Government System established by the Dems and the Fed right under our very noses. One of the profound things I have not completely conveyed is what I see as the invisibility cloak and impenetrable shield the CFPB has for total immunity from evaluation, oversight, attack, etc.



The CFPB is funded by the FED with any amount of money it asks for and is completely unaccountable as to how it uses it...unlimited funding. The CFPB is answerable to no entity regarding its deliberations, decisions with the full force of law, disclosure of agendas.



It will link through its fully unaccountable Director through established Executive Branch inter-agency councils and sub-councils to every agency and sub-agency it desires or any agency wishing to associate/link with the CFPB (e.g.IRS requests Director to have instant nanosecond access for behaviorial data collection on consumers via their formerly private credit card, bank, credit union, stock market and forex market and commodity market accounts....and, Director Cordray says in nanoseconds,....OK!)



Under the opaque umbrella of the CFPB, all Executive Agencies, formerly accountable to the Congress in some way, will become opaque to the Congress insofar as they are associated with the CFPB. Congress can request info from the CFPB, none has to be given at all.



The CFPB is an autonomous creature of the Federal Reserve, completely cloaking itself with total immunity from any Congressional controlling authority.



The establishment of a Shadow Government Executive Branch "coup" is a direct follow-up to Paulson's "gun to the head" of Congress in 2008 when the world was only hours from a Federal Reserve derivative originated financial crash. Congress capitulated with the initial $700B. and in the meanwhile the Fed has printed debt loans to the tune of $16T to fund the interest liabilities of short term derivative rollover and refinancing demands..."
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Old 03-31-2012, 02:28 PM   #9
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I just don't know what to think about this. Seems too good to be true.

http://www.in5d.com/imminent-mass-ar...cal-elite.html

http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin...gi?read=235140
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Very interesting news Marcus. Thanks for the info and keep us
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Old 04-02-2012, 09:36 PM   #11
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Marcus, you should really read this book. A fascinating look at the history and creation of the FED, how they perpetuate the boom and bust cycles, even a history of fiat currencies. The whole while, reading the history of the FED, fractional reserve banking and FIAT currencies, you can literally compare it to current economic calamities. The book almost reads like a mystery novel, I couldn't put it down. One of the most comprehensive accounts of the dangers of the FED and our monetary system.

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Yea, I've heard it's a very good read. I'm quite educated on the nefariousness of the Fed, but am always interested in an interesting hard to put down book.
Ron Paul's "End the Fed" is such a book as well. It contains much of the same info that The Creature from Jekyll Island has which, to the uneducated, makes it such a fascinating read.


Did you hear about Bernanke's lecture series at a college that just concluded? He was there telling the audience how much good the Fed has done for the US.
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Old 04-03-2012, 08:17 AM   #13
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Here's a good article debunking helicopter Ben's recent lecture series.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/guest-...r-ben-bernanke

" Open Letter to Discuss Your Misunderstandings About Gold

Dear Ben:

You have publicly gone on record with some off-the-wall assertions about the gold standard. What made you think you could get away with it? Your best strategy would have been to ignore gold. Although I concede that with the endgame of the regime of irredeemable paper money near, you might not be able to pretend that people aren’t talking and thinking about gold. You can’t win, Ben. In this letter I will address your claims and explain your errors so that the whole world can see them, even if you cannot.

Before I get into your specious claims, I want to point out two of important facts. First, the gold standard exists when people are free to choose what they wish to use for money. Gold has won this market competition over thousands of years, but the key is that when people are not forced to use government-issued scrip they choose gold. And that’s the shabby little secret of your irredeemable paper money, Ben. You have legal tender laws to force creditors to accept it, whether they would or not. Will you please let people be free?

Second, central planning does not work. The Politburo in the since-collapsed Soviet Union did not know how many shoes to make of what sizes. And you don’t know what rate of interest to set. Central planning has always led to the collapse of the specialization of labor and the economy with it, to the degree that it is attempted. The Federal Reserve, the central bank of the USA, is the central planner for money, credit, interest, and discount. Given the importance of money to every single aspect of the economy, it is no exaggeration to say that there is no such thing as a free market built on top of a centrally planned monetary system.

In your speech at George Washington University, you made the following claims:

1.The gold standard hasn't really worked since the end of WWI.
2.To have a gold standard, you have to go dig up gold in South Africa and put it in a basement in New York. It's nonsensical.
3.The gold standard links the currencies of every country, causing policy in one country to transmit to another. So for example, if the U.K. fixes the number of pounds to an ounce of gold, and the U.S. fixes the number of dollars to an ounce of gold, then the pound and the U.S. dollar inadvertently become linked.
4.It creates deflation, as William Jennings Bryan noted. The meaning of the "cross of gold" speech: Because farmers had debts fixed in gold, loss of pricing power in commodities killed them.
5.The gold standard tends to cause interest rates to rise during downturns and interest rates to fall during good times, the exact opposite of what monetary policy should be doing.
6.The economy was far more volatile under the gold standard.
7.The only way the gold standard works is if people are convinced that the central bank ONLY cares about maintaining the gold standard. The moment there's a hint of another priority (like falling unemployment) it all falls apart.
8.Gold standards leave central banks open to speculative runs, since they usually don't hold all the gold.
9.The gold standard is based on the "desire to maintain the value of the dollar"—implying a "desire to have very low price stability.”
10.The gold standard is based on an aversion to allowing the central bank to respond with monetary policy to booms and busts, and a desire not to give the central bank that power.
11.There's simply not “enough” gold
12.The commitment to the gold standard is that no matter how bad the economy gets, we're going to stick to the gold standard.
13.The gold standard was one of the main reasons the Great Depression was so bad and so long.
Please forgive me if my takedown runs a little bit long. I’ve found that it is much easier to commit a logical fallacy in a sound bite than it is to explain the full context. I will take your assertions in order..."
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The Fed is a predatory subversive private monopoly that is legally fleecing the citizens. Contact your Rep and urge him to cosponser the Audit the Fed bill if he hasn't already. Info is in 1st post.

The Fed’s Con Appears To Be Working But The Curtain Is Rising On The Third Act

"In today’s conomic news, the mainstream media focused on the disappointment surrounding the FOMC Minutes, the massaged and sanitized fairy tale about what the participants said at last month’s FOMC confab. The market was shocked! SHOCKED! that most of the members saw no need for additional QE, unless things got worse. I had concluded that a couple of months ago based on the fact that every time QE speculation arose, not only did stocks rally, but so did energy and other commodity prices. The commodity vigilantes, I thought, would tie the Fed’s hands. That and the fact that the conomic data was coming in relatively perky, at least in terms of the headline data, made it highly unlikely that the Fed would do any more money printing.

But here’s the thing. The minutes are fake. They are fabricated, false, phony, and sterilized garbage, designed for public consumption. To put it bluntly, they’re propaganda. They are what the Fed and Wall Street casino owners want you to think. They are a blatant attempt to manipulate the behavior of market participants through the use of clever turns of phrase. The Fed wants the market to go higher, but it doesn’t want commodities to go with it, so its story line is that the conomy is healthy enough to continue growing without more QE. That gives traders reason to continue buying stocks, and no reason to buy commodities, which everyone “knows” go up when the Fed prints, in spite of Bernanke’s denials. And besides, commodities are up for other reasons, not anything Ben did, according to Ben.

That’s what these “minutes” are about, self justification and market manipulation. We won’t know the real story until February 2018 when the Fed will release the transcripts of this year’s FOMC meetings. Why do they hold them back for at least 5 years? Because the Fed thinks that you can’t handle the truth. The problem is that you can and they just don’t want you to know what it is, because if you did, you’d be able to make informed investment decisions. The decisions the Fed wants you to make are to buy stocks, bay and hold Treasuries, and sell commodities. They tailored the minutes accordingly, so that the headlines would elicit the desired response. They think that they’re Pavlov, and we’re the dogs..."
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Tell Your Senators to Support S. 202!

"As H.R. 459, Audit the Fed, continues to gain momentum in the U.S. House, C4L needs your help today to turn up the pressure on the Senate to support its companion legislation, S. 202.

With Congress in the middle of their “Spring Break,” things are quiet on the Hill.

So our collective shout in support of transparency will ring even louder if we take advantage of this opportunity!

The list of S. 202's current cosponsors is below. (Dates beside the names indicate when they signed on.)

**If your senators have signed on, call them through the congressional switchboard at (202) 224-3121 to urge them to do everything in their power to achieve a roll call vote on S. 202.

**If your senators currently don’t support the bill, call Congress and demand they stand up for transparency and accountability by cosponsoring as soon as they return from their break.

**Visit your senators’ websites to get their district office information and call their local offices with the same message you sent to their Hill staff..."
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