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Rally for Sound Money

Occupy Los Angeles is now officially participating in the November 22 march and rally on the Federal Reserve.  Here's the flyer:

Federal Reserve OLA Flyer


ETF Los Angeles Rally Flyer (1 up)


ETF Los Angeles Rally Flyer (4 up)





11/22/08: THE END BEGAN.

November 22nd, 2008, marked the beginning of the End for the Federal Reserve System as thousands of awakened Americans rallied at every Fed branch and office on the anniversary of the meeting that spawned its birth.

On November 22nd, 2011, the beginning phase Ends and the new future of Sound Money for America begins.

As the financial and economic system enters the next, greater phase of crisis, as gold and silver surge in value and as the leading advocate of End the Fed and Sound Money for America, Ron Paul, surges in support for his candidacy for President, citizens will once again rally by the thousands. We will declare our intention to start the process of exiting the fiat money debt slavery trap by taking measures to move towards sound money in our personal choices and at the state and local level.

We will declare the message that all Americans need to hear at this critical historical juncture:

This is our time. The Fed is literally HISTORY. We the People are the future, the Fed is the past. On November 22nd, 2011, we will begin to forge our own future based on the wisdom of the Founding Fathers and the Constitution.

This year we will hold our Rallies for Sound Money on a Tuesday rather than a weekend day. This will present additional challenges, but we are up to the task.

Start planning your local rallies now! Check the list of Fed branches and offices and let's make sure every one of them is covered!


Please create an event for your local rally here:

Please keep in mind and apply the following rules:

• Peaceful, orderly exercise of Constitutional Rights of Free Assembly and Free Speech
• Seek the positive cooperation and assistance of law enforcement in the exercise of these rights
• Respect for local law enforcement and local laws
• No harassment of Fed workers or officials, no blocking of entry or egress from Fed offices, no blocking of pedestrian or vehicular traffic

Any individual or group which does not apply these rules or presents an image inconsistent with the spirit of these rules will not be allowed to post their event here.

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Comment by Shannon on June 23, 2009 at 1:24pm
Competing currencies FTW! Now that the Fed has been given this new sweeping dictatorship over our entire economy our (conceptual) free market has been further diminished.

As the people step it up, the government steps it up in handing the FED more power?

Shame on Obama, NOT a man of the people as he claims, but of the bankers!

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Comment by enemyartist on June 18, 2009 at 10:06am
Btw, Rob, I'd like a copy of Capital Crimes, how do I contact you off-line?
Comment by enemyartist on June 18, 2009 at 10:06am
I agree, I would like to see competing currencies as well. We could have Silver & Gold, foreign or domestic coins, like the early days of America and whatever other forms of currency that the people will accept as payment for their goods and services, a True Free Market!
Comment by Rob on June 18, 2009 at 6:44am
Good point! Lincoln's 'greenbacks' would be such an example. These were issued during the Civil War, but kept in circulation for many years after, and were quite popular with the people. Even though issued by the Treasury, these had nothing to do w/ any private central bank, so, were not liked by the 'money changers'.
Comment by bandito on June 18, 2009 at 6:38am
Seems to me like legalizing competing currencies would be the easiest way to solve our monetary problems by breaking the FED's monopoly on the dollar. Good money tends to drive out the bad money. Let the market decide which is best.
Comment by Rob on June 17, 2009 at 10:55pm
Hey, it's GREAT to see this wonderful dialog! Just to clarify a couple of things, the people's gold was exacted/taken by the gov't in 1933 by Presidential order (FDR). Yup, a stroke of a pen was all it took. Heavy fines and Federal prison time for not complying. Fort Knox was the result. I wonder where all that gold is today, and more over, who owns it? Another great documentary is Capital Crimes. This rather old film offers a comprehensive history of banking, bankers, the wars they have sanctioned, etc. Anyone who'd like a copy, contact me off-line. As for reverting back to a gold standard, one argument against is its relative scarcity - not enough of it to support/back the "money supply" and gold inventory would need to grow as the economy grows, making it even more scarce. On gov't issued currency, these would be Treasury Notes instead of FRN's, the latter being nothing more than IOU's or debt instruments. "Legal Tender", but nothing close to "money". Keep in mind the Congress has constitutional powers to coin and issue money and regulate the value thereof. This at least gives the People ownership of the money supply, not the FED. And yes, as the FED goes, so goes the IRS... arguably the largest crime organization in the world today.
Comment by enemyartist on June 17, 2009 at 3:26pm
paper notes, not noted. my bad.
Comment by enemyartist on June 17, 2009 at 3:26pm
Yes, exactly the problem. The paper noted were issued and the gold and silver taken away. That is why we need to have actual possession on the hard currency. I have a few books by Ron Paul and some others (which I am still reading as to why the Gold standard is the way to go). Also if you look thru the news you will see China is now buying as much hard commodities as they could and selling off their paper dollar currency. They are stocking up on the hard commodities because they know that that is where the real value lies. Also the only currencies throughout history that has remained value and actually grown in value has been gold and silver, none other have lasted!
Comment by Shannon on June 17, 2009 at 3:18pm
I've seen both, and then some. Most documentaries that discuss the history of banking will discuss how the banks began fractional reserve banking by issuing paper notes as currency in place of gold.
Comment by enemyartist on June 17, 2009 at 2:41pm
Sounds Like Someone been Watching Money Masters. I would suggest watching Fiat Empire instead. Gold and Silver have intrinsic value, they have other uses besides currency, Silver especially, Industrial use! They have real value. Yes, The FED must be Abolished, but we also need a currency that has actual value, outside of what some government deems value. Thousands of years, Silver and Gold have held their worth - and they still do today, unlike any other currency that has been used to this date. But hey, thats my opinion, those who decide not to get their share of precious metals, well, that leaves more for the rest of us.

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