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Forum Post: “END THE FED” Movement Has Ties to Domestic Terrorism, Militia Movement, Neo-Nazis, Anti-Semites

Posted 10 years ago on Dec. 4, 2011, 7 p.m. EST by TommyNYC (730)
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Criticism of the Fed seems fair enough. However, the call to abolish the Federal Reserve and central banking entirely has come solely from the far-right of the American political spectrum. As we know, with right-wing extremism comes violence and racism. Unfortunately, the general public is not familiar with convoluted economic issues, and less informed Occupy protestors have been duped into supporting this pro-elite red herring. To fight this, word needs to be spread about the dark history of the “END THE FED” movement, one sprinkled with anti-Semitism, neo-Nazis, anti-government militia extremists, and even domestic terrorists. We need more awareness of the violent and racist elements that “END THE FED” brings to OWS.

“END THE FED” supporter brings assault rifle to Occupy rally:


Surprise! He’s a white supremacist neo-Nazi:


Man crashes plane into IRS building, praised by “END THE FED” supporter:


“It wasn't long after its creation under Woodrow Wilson that the Federal Reserve System became a central fixture in the world of right-wing conspiracy […] No one did more to promote anti-Fed hysteria in the early years than automobile magnate Henry Ford, who in the 1920s penned a multi-volume, anti-Semitic conspiracy opus called The International Jew, in which the Fed plays a starring role.”


This “END THE FED” supporter was protesting in the name of Occupy, and set a building on fire:


David Duke hates the Federal Reserve, too.


“We Are Change” member charged with making terrorist threats:


Neo-Nazi murderer “arrested in the nation’s capital in December 1981 after carrying a sawed-off shotgun, a pistol and a hunting knife into the Federal Reserve.


Ultra-right conspiracy group Oath Keepers has brought the “END THE FED” message to Occupy rallies. Oath Keepers member Bill Looman was involved in a terrorist plot to raid a Tennessee courthouse: http://www.examiner.com/liberal-in-baltimore/part-2-bill-looman-takes-charge-of-beaver-run-landowner-association

Anti-government extremist Ronald L. Struve caught with 44 machine guns, 2 grenade launchers, 54 high explosive grenades, 6 blocks of plastic explosives, 12 silencers, 25 feet of detonator cord, and 7 blasting caps, a Russian sniper rifle, an AK-47 assault rifle, and an “END THE FED” bumper sticker:



Holocaust denier supports abolishing the Federal Reserve:


“Faithful Word Baptist Church” calls for death penalty for gays, abolishing the Federal Reserve:


Anti-Semites blame “Zionist” Federal Reserve for economic crisis:


99% of right-wing militia extremists hate the Federal Reserve:


“END THE FED” activist and anti-Semite Patricia McAllister smearing Occupy on Fox news:


Militia activists spreading conspiracy theories about the Fed:


“END THE FED” activist and RonPaul supporter charged with domestic terrorism:


White-supremacist website stormfront.org loves “END THE FED”:


Occupy: Do we really want to ally ourselves with hateful violent right-wing extremists who are on the FBI/DHS/ATF watchlists?



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[-] 2 points by jjuussttmmee (607) 10 years ago

end the fed is right they have become our slave masters thru debt. The Soviet Union had the right idea collapse and build something new. It hurt bad for 10 years but now they are past it and more financially better for it.

[-] 2 points by TommyNYC (730) 10 years ago

The elites are trying to distract us with the Federal Reserve to take our energies away from the real problems.

[-] 1 points by jjuussttmmee (607) 10 years ago

you are right, you know the fed is a private bank not a part of the fed gov?

[-] 2 points by TommyNYC (730) 10 years ago

The Fed is not really a "private bank". This is a lie that has been spread by the right-wing elite. The Federal Reserve Board is a governmental organization. Please check out this link:


[-] 0 points by economicsguy (16) 10 years ago

If you understood economics and monetary policy you would know the Fed IS the source of the problems, and why there is a sharp distinction between the richest people and the rest of us.

[-] 2 points by TommyNYC (730) 10 years ago

So income disparity never existed before central banking? What a joke.

[-] 1 points by economicsguy (16) 10 years ago

Yes, people had different income levels. They always will. People are different.

The problem the Fed introduces is distorting the market making it unfair, so those that work hard and should be rewarded are not (it's too hard to compete against crony capitalism), but those that cheat and commit fraud in the system (bankers) are bailed out.

[-] 1 points by PeoplehaveDNA (305) 10 years ago

Very stupid post.


[-] 1 points by TommyNYC (730) 10 years ago


[-] 1 points by JesseHeffran (3903) 10 years ago

these are some good links

[-] 1 points by GreedKills (1119) 10 years ago

Great post Tommy!!!! I don't think these people are what OWS is all about... they are about hate and control and not about helping the 99%

[-] 1 points by TommyNYC (730) 10 years ago

Click on the "Forum" tag above, and notice whether this page is listed with the other titles. It should show up as number one, right after this is posted. Instead, the comment appears to the left, but this post doesn't appear on the scroll of posts. Why is this?

[-] 1 points by GreedKills (1119) 10 years ago

Not sure I follow let check it out with this post.

[-] 1 points by GreedKills (1119) 10 years ago

Your thread did not reach the top of the list. yet my post did end up in the most recent post area. Perhaps this site has been hacked like the polls online.

[-] 1 points by TommyNYC (730) 10 years ago

My thread is nowhere on the list. Even as you post, and your comment is at the top of the comments, the title doesn't appear in the list of threads.

[-] 1 points by GreedKills (1119) 10 years ago

I see that, I was keeping an eye out for your thread. They don't censor the spam of Paul yet your thread does not appear in the list ....

[-] 1 points by ZenDogTroll (13032) from South Burlington, VT 10 years ago

I say:

Those who staunchly advocate violence,

and who will not be tamed by either reason,

love of their own neighbor,

or caution on behalf of the Movement,

must be ostracized and disavowed.

[-] 0 points by Thrasymaque (-2138) 10 years ago


[-] -1 points by FrogWithWings (1367) 10 years ago

Hey goofball, any and everyone on this site happen to be on those lists, and quite a few more.

The Fed, never was, and still isn't a good idea, they just happen to hold the note on most of the entire world's bankruptcies.

This nation has never even paid the Civil War debt, much less any debts since.


[-] 3 points by TommyNYC (730) 10 years ago

Er, maybe you should try taking a course at community college instead of using Alex Jones as a source of info.

[-] 1 points by JesseHeffran (3903) 10 years ago

i some times fear that the ones who want to go to the gold standard are the same ones who have been buying gold and want to end the FED. it eerily reminds me of books i've read about hostile take overs or things that wall street does before IPO, initial public offering. but i don't spend much time pondering it because it is too diabolical to really be taken seriously.

[-] 2 points by GreedKills (1119) 10 years ago

Just look into the gold mining investments Ron Lawl has, what's that old saying, follow the money??? ; )