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I may suggest that you sign up with Campaign for Liberty and join our legislative efforts with the bill to audit the FED,( H.R. 1207 and S -604). I might also direct your attention to the Continental Congress taking place right now, which can be viewed on www.freedom.tv.com.
Staying vigilant is key, but energy directed in the right way is as well.
In liberty

Audit the Fed Welcome to Obama (TV "Coverage" included)

Hi Everyone, Please get ahold of David Dudenhoefer (313) 300-9696. Email me with questions! ******************************************************************************************************** Sub-committee hearing in Southfield From: David A Dudenhoefer Date: November, 24 2009 FINANCIAL SERVICES SUBCOMMITTEE ANNOUNCES HEARING

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Chairman Dennis Moore announced today that the Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations will be holding a field hearing next week in Southfield, Michigan. The subcommittee will hear from local business leaders, representatives of depository institutions, and government officials on the status of prudent lending to small and mid-sized businesses, while maintaining financial stability.

WHO: House Financial Services Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee

WHAT: Hearing: “Improving Responsible Lending to Small Businesses”

WHEN: November 30, 2009

11:00 a.m.

WHERE: Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, Michigan

21000 West Ten Mile Road

Southfield, MI 48075-1058
I think we should be there with signs and literature about supporting H.R. 1207 as well as opposing H.R. 3996. There's no reason to try to get people to speak at it (committee hearings are dog-and-pony shows, strictly for PR and the legislators are all but playing poker back there) but if we had say 10 people circulating Stop HR 3996 lit to attendees and maybe media and holding up signs (if we brought little 9"x12" paper signs they couldn't stop us from bringing them in, and could have a simple message like "STOP Bankster's Paradise HR 3996) it could shake them a little. HR 3996 hasn't even broken in the media yet and if they see there is already opposition to it organizing and it it's the same people who supported HR1207... it might stir things up a bit.-
Visit http://www.campaignforliberty.com/usa/MI

Discussion Forum

Will Martial Law come before we can get this off the ground?

Started by TRUTHisETERNALliesCANNOTsurvive. Last reply by TRUTHisETERNALliesCANNOTsurvive Nov 11, 2008. 2 Replies

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Comment by Conrad Boyko on December 4, 2009 at 6:30am
Sounds similar to Mr. Biddle who was the head man at the 2nd Bank of the United States. He too was very sternly vocal when then President Andrew Jackson went after the Bank.
Comment by Brandon on December 3, 2009 at 9:51pm
Levin has replied to me twice regarding S.604. S.604 is starting to get more publicity, with Sanders blocking Bernanke.. Demint bringing up Fed transparency, Bernanke made a last ditch effort to let everyone present that he is not in favor of transparency of the Federal Reserve System, he only flapping his lips to get reconfirmed here is his final reply ".... on terms of transparency, I think the congress should have access to all of our financial information, financial operations and the like and we have made every effort to do that, and whatever remains to be done, we want to work with you to do that. Our main concern is about the independence of monetary policy itself, and not about any financial aspects. So we are very much committed to transparency on all financial aspects of the Federal Reserve." Not counting any chickens before they hatch. If we can keep hammering our Senators with calls, emails, letters, postcards, showing up at public appearances all showing support for S. 604 in the next two weeks. Sure would be nice to get that bill moved along, what a great Christmas present, and a win for all Americans.
Comment by Scotty Boman on December 3, 2009 at 8:17pm
Kudos to all that never gave up and kept on Kilpatricks case! We can win! Time to get these stubborn Senators on board S. 604. They may surprise us too.
Comment by Conrad Boyko on December 3, 2009 at 8:53am
You mean Quammie's mommie actually did something right?!

Well at least it is getting endorsement.
Comment by Brandon on December 2, 2009 at 6:38pm
Great Job East Side.
You brought some common sense to Rep Kilpatrick, Carolyn C. [MI-13], She has co sponsored HR 1207 on 12/1/2009
Comment by Conrad Boyko on December 2, 2009 at 10:38am
all this does is introduce discipline into the money supply. you can't expand the money supply without having the gold or whatever to back it. it is a protection of existing wealth from confiscation through inflation

It is also difficult for monopolistically minded bankers to manipulate, especially when silver enters the the scene. Gold is easier to manipulate through hording, because it is so scarce, but silver if memory serves is something like 15 times more plentiful. What would need to be established is an anti hording policy by manipulators, as that was some of the biggest issues of the 19th century mostly post Civil War, which has it's ties to the National Banking Act that Lincoln had to knuckle under to so he could conclude the war. One of the reasons given for his assassination is that he planned on repealing the act after the war was over, which the moneychangers don't like. There is also an article in a Canadian paper from the 1934 I think where it was divulged to this reporter by the Secret Service that John Wilkes Boothe was in the employ of the European financiers. They just didn't come to his rescue like they did for the attempt on President Jackson when he went after the 2nd Bank of the United States.
Comment by Son of Liberty on December 2, 2009 at 12:16am
Bottom line....we are a nation of law, a constitutional republic, the law governs over the people and government equally. We must obey the constitution as it is not a "grab bag", we do not get to pick which parts we support and which we say to hell with. That said, the gold standard was by no means perfect, but the change we wish to see comes though an amendment...period. The Fed was created unconstitutionaly and therefore the entire system has no standing.

There is a proper way to do things, a strong foundation is key otherwise whatever you build, no matter how right it feels, will be built on quick sand......just food for thought
Comment by Ross on December 2, 2009 at 12:11am
End the fed. It gets replaced by the free market where those who are buying and selling get to choose what they use for currency. Money is chosen like any other product out there. There would no longer be a monopoly on the currency.
Comment by James on December 1, 2009 at 11:23pm
i will watch that video and read about the Constitutionality of the fed. the fed is just a private central bank, and the unconstitutionality comes more from the fact that the control of the money supply is in private hands instead of the people, and now with a fiat money system, they create worthless paper out of nothing. yes we need precious metal backing of the money, but it could just as easily be backed with anything that is scarce, all this does is introduce discipline into the money supply. you can't expand the money supply without having the gold or whatever to back it. it is a protection of existing wealth from confiscation through inflation.
Comment by Conrad Boyko on December 1, 2009 at 12:42pm

I can understand what Andrew Gause is saying, and what you are getting at. The thing that is important is the Constitutionality of a Central Bank, private or public. There is a need to go back onto the gold 'and' silver standard. Not one or the other, but both. Not sure if seen Fiat Empire yet or heard of it, but pay attention to Professor and Constitutional Attorney Edwin Vieira Jr. He spells out the legality of it Constitutionally.

Now, if we "nationalize' the Fed, are we not acting just as illegally as those we despise? Really though, we need to get away from paper money and restore the gold and silver coin as the base monetary system. Even fiduciary money, ie gold and silver certificates, only lasts so long, as it eventually turns into a fiat currency 2 to 3 generations down the road. Now what Andrew Gause is suggesting is a great way to reverse the actions of the international financiers through our illegal central bank. Within 5 to 10 years the 12 regional baks could basically be turned into Treasury coining and storage centers to facilitate the coining and accounting of gold and silver.

Here's a link to Fiat Empire:


Hope this helps explain the point of those of us who are more Constitutional on the issue,

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