Two years ago on November 22nd, 2008 a movement started known as End the Fed. Rallies were held nationwide at all Federal Reserve branches in the hopes of spreading the message to abolish the central bank and the fiat currency empire. In 2009 momentum in the movement continued to grow following all of the Fed’s bail outs, and pretty soon the Audit the Fed message was being easily accepted by the majority of Americans. This become evident when Ron Paul’s audit the fed bill, a bill that in the past had failed to get more than a dozen cosponsors, quickly grew to 295 cosponsors. Thanks to the End the Fed movement and Ron Paul, the shadowy Federal Reserve bank was suddenly being scrutinized and talked about in mainstream America. People were beginning to question its actions and wonder if it was really helping or hurting the economy. Sadly, bipartisan politics and shady back room dealings put an end to bill, and pretty soon all the democrats co-sponsoring it did a flip flop and voted it out of a financial overhaul bill.
But now the iron is hot for the striking to Audit and End The Fed. There is now a Republican majority in the House of Representatives (who had unanimously supported the Audit the Fed bill in the last Congress), Ron Paul is destined to be the head of the Committee on Monetary Policy which oversees the Fed, Rand Paul is a definite co-sponsor of an audit bill in the Senate, and the Fed just announcing QE2 has pissed off many people and has drawn harsh criticism from economists and other countries from around the world.
This weekend we are picking up where we left off and are launching nationwide End the Fed protests once again at all the Fed Branches around the country. The events are scheduled Sat – Mon, Nov 20th – 22nd, and you should definitely consider going to one in your area. More information about these events can be found at the following locations: