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3rd December 2011, 02:50

3rd December 2011, 14:14
Here 'tis.

Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUpXDZFtEHw

Star Mariner
3rd December 2011, 14:28
Very good thanks, that's an important vid...

We all have people in our lives who only watch the evening news for their information, which is heavily polluted with propaganda. They can't begin to imagine the insane corruption at the root of it all. They are thoroughly asleep as to what's going on. Email them a link to this vid... Start them on a road to truth.

3rd December 2011, 14:36
JFK wanted to have money printed for Americans backed by american assets and to get away from the Zionist <Rothschild>backed Federal Reserve. Of all the theories out there about why Kennedy was killed ,him going against the Fed is the winner. We see it going on now some 48 years later.

3rd December 2011, 16:03
A Revelation; The Fed Grants $7.77 Trillion in Secret Bank Loans – The Fed Works for Banks, Not The Rest of America

Kucinich’s NEED Act Would Reclaim Monetary Authority for the People, Save Homes and Put Americans Back to Work

Washington, Nov 29 -

Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), a longtime advocate for reform of the Federal Reserve, is sharply criticizing the Federal Reserve today after Bloomberg news reported that the Federal Reserve secretly committed nearly $8 trillion in support to American and international financial institutions during the 2008 bailout. Kucinich recorded a video for his website before going to the floor of the House of Representatives to call upon Congress to reclaim its Constitution primacy over monetary policy.

Kucinich also called threats by ratings agency to downgrade U.S. debt a threat to our national sovereignty.

See Kucinich on the floor of the U.S. House http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1dkZShYP78

See Kucinich’s web address http://youtu.be/oUpXDZFtEHw

“The Federal Reserve extended extraordinary support to financial institutions that crashed the economy with reckless speculation, and on that support many of the firms made billions in profit and paid obscene bonuses. The Fed asked for nothing from these firms in return and that is because the Federal Reserve works first and foremost for the welfare of private financial institutions, not the American economy.

“The message that emerges from these revelations for Americans who have lost their jobs, lost their homes, or watched their retirement nest eggs disappear is that we have unlimited resources available for the banks, but nothing for the American people,” Kucinich stated.

The Bloomberg report is the result of a court-ordered release of over 29,000 pages of Federal Reserve documents and records of more than 21,000 transactions. Through direct lending, loan guarantees and enhanced lending limits, the Federal Reserve supported national and international financial firms with as much as $7.77 trillion as of March 2009. The $7.77 trillion provided dwarfs the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) cap mandated by Congress.

Congressman Kucinich introduced legislation that would impose transparency on the Federal Reserve. The National Emergency Employment Defense (NEED) Act, HR 2990, would incorporate the Federal Reserve within the United States Treasury. The bill would establish fiscal integrity, reassert Congressional sovereignty and allow the federal government to correct crippling national deficiencies in infrastructure repairs and education nationwide by spending money into circulation without increasing the national debt or causing inflation.
Learn more about the NEED Act http://kucinich.house.gov/theneedact/

H.R. 2990: National Emergency Employment Defense Act

Congressman Kucinich has introduced the NEED Act of 2011, a landmark bill to:

Create millions of well-paying private sector jobs and rebuild America’s infrastructure

Pay off the national debt as it comes due

Reduce federal deficits or even eliminate them

End the fiscal crisis at Federal, State and local levels

Make the U.S. dollar a stable currency which maintains its purchasing power over time

All without raising taxes or borrowing.


Puts the Federal Reserve (Fed) into the Department of Treasury (Treasury) to make our monetary policy truly accountable to Congress and the American people.

Ends the banks’ special privilege by no longer allowing them to create our money supply when they make loans, through a simple and non-disruptive accounting change.

Invests money to renew our crumbling infrastructure, making it fit for the 21st Century; creating real wealth and millions of good jobs at the same time.


The conflict of interest between private ownership of the 12 Fed banks and management of our nation’s monetary policy is ended by incorporating the Fed into the Treasury. The Fed is put on a budget and made accountable to the American people.

A separate Monetary Authority (part of Treasury) made up of experts is made responsible for managing monetary policy. Its governing principle is to ensure that the money supply is sufficient to meet the demand in the economy, and is not inflationary or deflationary (i.e., the purchasing power of our money remains stable). The Fed executes monetary policy actions.

Banks continue to make profits by lending money that savers and investors make available to them for that purpose. Banks may also borrow from the Treasury.

The Monetary Authority advises Treasury how much money is needed in the economy. Treasury advises Congress how much recycled or new money is required to pay off debt (as it comes due) and supplement existing revenues to fund infrastructure renewal, grants and loans to State and local governments, education and other priorities, as appropriated by Congress.

Congress uses its Constitutional power to authorize Treasury to issue money to:

Pay off the national debt as it comes due. This releases funds for investment in the private sector to generate more economic activity and revenues – helping to balance everyone’s budget.

Invest in 21st Century infrastructure renewal. This keeps skills and technology at home and makes the whole economy work more efficiently, assuring competitive advantage.

3rd December 2011, 17:08
Yes, we do need him for president, but good luck with that. He ran in both 2004 and 2008. The media totally ignored him (naturally) and on the rare occasion they gave him any press it was to make fun of him physically. (He's quite short 5ft 6in or something like that) They never mentioned what he stood for. I campaigned for him in my area (N. Calif), but I think we all know that you don't get to be president of the US unless the PTB want you and they surely don't want someone who's awake and aware and who refuses to play their game.

Perhaps we should all start a write-in campaign and instead of voting for the lacky's that they present us with, we could write-in Kucinich's name on the ballot. Not that I believe that it would do any good (as I don't for a moment believe in the honesty/accuracy of our voting system, but at least it would make me feel better and perhaps send a message.