Campaign: Making Government Operations More Open

Who owns the Federal Reserve Banks ?

Who owns the Federal Reserve Banks? The Federal Reserve Banks are a privately owned consortium controlled by the eight major stock-holding families: The Rothschilds of England and Germany, Moses Seif of Italy, Lazard Freres of France, the Warburgs of Germany, Kuhn-Loeb of Germany, Goldman-Sachs of the United States, Lehman Brothers of the United States, and the Rockefellers of the United States. Only three ...more »

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Campaign: Strategic Planning and Budgeting

Abolish the Income Tax

The income tax is unconstitutional therefore illegal. The 16th Amendment was never properly ratified. There are MUCH better ways of collecting taxes that are more efficient and more fair. A progressive income tax is another fascist act they pretend is apart of the American way. This also involves getting rid of the Federal Reserve and the IRS.

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Campaign: Public-Private Partnerships

Public-Private Partnerships

Aren't "public-private partnerships" the fundamental aspect of Fascism? Mussolini said Fascism is more appropriately called Corporatism. Reminds me of how things are going here. Hitler tried public-private partnerships and you see how magical Nazi Germany was. We have a the worse, most dangerous public-private partnership there is: The creation of money by the Federal Reserve. Fascist!

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Campaign: Making Government Operations More Open

Make the Federal Reserve 100% Accountable to Congress

No more secrets within that agency. Too much is at stake to trust the outcome to unelected officials.

 

Alternatively, our current government officials could learn a thing or two by reading some Thomas Jefferson quotes. Google it.

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Campaign: Making Data More Accessible

Federal Reserve Prints $ then loans it back to us at interest. Is that screwy or WHAT? WHEN CAN WE AUDIT THE FEDERAL RESERVE?

They've already stolen two times the GDP. Why do our politicians get away with such mega looting?

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Campaign: Making Government Operations More Open

Demand REAL change in your everyday life.

Listen everyone, don't just sit back and let them keep stealing our freedom. STAND UP. STAND OUT. MAKE A SCENE. BE HEARD! The censorship on this site may be the first real wake-up for some. This administration seems want to eliminate and discredit any and all opposition and is getting away with every bit of it. Wake up!! Do NOT accept it. They work for US. Remember, first they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then ...more »

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Campaign: Hiring & Recruitment

Ban the electoral collage

I remember election day. The Alaskan poles had not even closed and (elledged) president obama was giving his acceptance speech. I was so pissed that my vote counted for not. Nothing, nodda. All I ever heard was "that's how the system works". Had the peoples vote actually counted, (alledged) president obama would not be selling out our country like he lived on Jackle Island like the last jerk that sold us out. Wile we ...more »

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Campaign: New Strategies and Techniques

Money Creation Reform: Money Creation is a Sovereign Right and Responsibility

Duly elected governments should create all coin and currency, and other forms of money, electronic or otherwise. This power does not belong in private for-profit hands. Money creation is not a legitimate banking enterprise or activity. All money creation authority should be transferred to public agencies that would be accountable to the citizens and voters. This would include all forms of "fractional reserve banking", ...more »

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Campaign: Making Government Operations More Open

List of All Banks and Amounts Given by Federal Reserve Since September 2008

Bloomberg News and the New York Times have documented nearly $13 trillion dollars given or promised by the Federal Reserve and the government since the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy in September 2008. While this $13 trillion includes TARP money and some recovery money, there is much more in a variety of Federal Reserve programs where we don't know which banks and corporations have gotten money and how much. Because ...more »

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Campaign: Legal & Policy Challenges

TAKE BACK THE POWER TO CREATE MONEY FROM THE PRIVATE BANKING INDUSTRY

The Constitution states, “Congress shall have the power to coin money and regulate the value thereof.” This power has been abdicated to private bankers. Today, 99.99% of our money is created by private banks when they make loans. This includes the Federal Reserve, a private banking corporation, which orders Federal Reserve Notes to be printed, and then lends them to the U.S. government. Only coins are actually created ...more »

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Campaign: Strategic Planning and Budgeting

Free Obama (No Kidding)

I spent the morning reading every single posted idea, many of the comments, and then posted my own five ideas and thought to leave it at that. However, during the mowing of the lawn it came to me. Idea first, then the short explanation Free Obama. Simple, straight-forward, and the ONE THING that we can all focus on to achieve ALL of the ideas posted so far. Right now, President Barack Obama is president in name ...more »

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Campaign: Making Government Operations More Open

Transparency of Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve is exempt by 1978 Fed. Banking Agency Audit Act from many forms of auditing, esp. on transactions with foreign banks and on any decisions regarding monetary policy.

Can you please open the books of the Federal Reserve, especially on foreign transactions and monetary policy?

Or look into to House of Representatives bill "H.R. 1207" that directly calls for the repeal of those GAO restrictions.

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