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Forum Post: Occupy The Federal Rerserve.

Posted 9 years ago on Sept. 29, 2012, 11:05 p.m. EST by FedDownHumanityUp (0)
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Ending the Federal Rerserve is the stepping stone to ending "bank" domination over our economy. Especially our lives. If Andrew Jackson "killed" the bank, so can we. Let the ripple effect commence once and for all.



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[-] 1 points by LeoYo (5909) 9 years ago

President Jackson's Veto Message Regarding the Bank of the United States; July 10, 1832


[-] 1 points by LeoYo (5909) 9 years ago

The Union Reserve Bank

9.The separation of corporation and state being necessary for the independence of a democratic government in serving the needs of the people, no public service shall be under the management of a private sector entity and each State of the United States shall have a state bank collectively forming the Union Reserve Bank of the United States with a state appointed bank official from each State to compose the Union Board of Governors exercising all the responsibilities of the Open Market Committee.


[-] 1 points by richardkentgates (3269) 9 years ago

Conservative talk radio has finally picked up the FED issue and hchc said he heard it mentioned on MSNBC. This thing is so fucking corrupt that once it makes the media cycles, it's over for the Fed. The Fed's job is nothing less than top level price fixing on behalf of the financial sector and it's mandate is cleared by national security under EO12333(1981) thx to Reagan, which is why they are never questioned by the government for price fixing which is illegal for anyone else to do. Post everywhere you can every chance you get on the matter until the Fed is gone.

[-] 1 points by hchc (3297) from Tampa, FL 9 years ago

Go get em

[-] 1 points by doitagain (234) from Brooklyn, NY 9 years ago

if OWS officially demand such slogan and maintain such actions it will be THE END to OWS.

[-] 1 points by Nevada1 (5843) 9 years ago


[-] 1 points by SteadyRock (63) from New York, NY 9 years ago

Debt is too big. debtholders will never forgive their loses.