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Ron Paul On Fed Audit: We Will Not Be Stopped

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posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 01:10 AM
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Mr. Paul cannot do this alone.
We all need to help.
Spread the world, tell people the truth, even if they don't believe you or care to listen. Give them the information, shed light on the issues, stir up the populace, create new thinking, brainstorm, and HELP DESTROY THE FEDERAL RESERVE.




posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 01:29 AM
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if you don't mind me asking , but who would invade the US ? what benefit would there be to gain ?



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 02:26 AM
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if you can't see that this radical muslim has a death agenda for the US and it's CONSTITUTION, I FEEL SORRY FOR YOU.
everything he does is designed to destroy this country.
and you think he means well?

PALEZZZZZZZZZZZE!!!!!!!!!!!!



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 02:32 AM
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there could be UN troops brought into the country to quell any kind of uprising. they would be put in the federal parks,which most of are owned by the UN.
YES ,THATS RIGHT. WE GAVE OUR PARKS TO THE UN.

great huh?
UN Biospheres. Not ours anymore!

[edit on 10-7-2009 by Spectre0o0]

[edit on 10-7-2009 by Spectre0o0]



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 03:55 AM
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Originally posted by curiousaboutsky
if obama turns into another "moderate" professional politician, I am definitely going to work for "ron paul revolution" come 2012.


This is a Hall of Fame quote! Haha

I think my friend - there are a few things you need to know about your beloved Obama .. for a start you could try remembering the promises he made and compare them to what is happening



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 04:03 AM
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Originally posted by 2shores
I sure hope someone would bribe the electoral college in HIS favor for once. The fed owns our souls, and keeps the underprivileged down while assuring them of equality. Yep the right to be used in the same way, only for what it's worth to invest in, based on creditworthiness alone, not the capability to change the status-quo.



This is an interesting idea - when Dr Paul was running for office he was able to collect very large contributions.

If a fund were set up to help his policies - it would probably get strong support. I am not in the US - but I would say just about anyone could do this - you would need to ensure that all the legal niceties were strictly followed though - because it would be a legal target from the PTB.

Here's what I envisage - start a fund, call it 'The Audit the Fed Fund' or something, invite donations - then use the funds to lobby congressmen and senators.

Simply say "Vote for this legislation supporting Dr Paul, and we will donate $X to your campaign fund."

Hmm - we know that bribes of this nature work - if the fund raised significant $ it could win a few 'hearts'.

I'm not an American - but if there's anyone enterprising out there- this is a nice idea. And you could charge a nice fee or salary for doing it too.

I don't think Dr Paul would do this himself, or even endorse it publicly - its not his style, and it would put money into the pockets of his political enemies - however, it is a decent strategy.

[edit on 10-7-2009 by Amagnon]



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 06:12 AM
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Until this gets regular play by the MSM, I don't think anything is going to happen. This subject makes people feel uneasy and that's what gets it squashed. If Ron Paul wants this out then he or a surrogate should get interviewed by the MSM and drop a bombshell. It has to be a popular MSM show. He won't do this though. They will make him look like a kook and ruin his political career at least in the short term. This will defuse the entire fight.
It's a loaded, sensitive, damaging subject to a lot of people.



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 07:51 AM
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Well I sure don't agree with everything RP is on about, but I sure think the production
of money needs to be in the peoples court!

wait though... isn't that socialisms


Good on him/us



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 09:49 AM
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Originally posted by Amagnon

Originally posted by curiousaboutsky
if obama turns into another "moderate" professional politician, I am definitely going to work for "ron paul revolution" come 2012.


This is a Hall of Fame quote! Haha

I think my friend - there are a few things you need to know about your beloved Obama .. for a start you could try remembering the promises he made and compare them to what is happening




i already explained what that statement meant on page 2.

do you notice the " " used as sarcasm?



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 09:55 AM
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Originally posted by mental modulator
Well I sure don't agree with everything RP is on about, but I sure think the production
of money needs to be in the peoples court!

wait though... isn't that socialisms


Good on him/us


there is a general fear of the word 'socialism' in america, and of socialized medicine. but we need to examine what socialized medicine can do.

oh well, I can't complain. I am the beneficiary of the privatized medicine... being a doc in USA is the most profitable profession in all of healthcare around the globe... but I just don't get why millions of you guys are so willing to make me a rich guy, when you should be fighting for your better access to health care.

I love dr. ron paul, but I barely agree with 50% of his policy. but that just about doubles the agreement I have with any other political candidates or parties.



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 11:57 AM
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left....right../...thesis....antithesis.../....SYNTHESIS. They key is: What are we synthesizing, what reality tunnel (we all live in one) is being created? How do all these events play out? Will the US citizenry go down with the fed, if the Fed goes down at all? Master manipulators, those with high power and influence in this world, play the right against the left, the liberal against the conservative, the masculine against the feminine, good against evil, us against them. However, we are inextricably interwoven, and the actions of all ripple and morph together into a ruling collective consciousness. ONE thing. What collective consciousness, the sum of all the interactions, rules the world today? What is his/her fate? What is the end result? Are there multiple possible end results? Will one end result occur first, only to dissolve and lead to the true end result? Ask yourself these questions, among others, and you will hone in on your understanding of the power of influence and causation.



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 03:28 PM
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Don't think Ron Paul can ever be taken seriously again. Thanks to his awesome role in..BRUNO!!!



posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 02:45 AM
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(reposted from different topic)
I don't know how Ron Paul has so effectively marketed himself. He is a LIBERTARIAN. If you don't know what that means you should look it up so that you aren't just taking my word for it (hint, Rush Limbaugh is a celebrated Libertarian). One of the key tenants of Libertarianism is: Deregulation. They want a society that is run by commerce not politicians. That means the market will decide what is too much toxic effluent, not regulations set forth by politicians. Lead in your baby formula?-- people will stop buying it, problem solved. He is just like the rest of them, maybe worse because ultimately there will be no regulations or consequences for the corporations in the NWO. You are all being duped into thinking the most right-wing party is on your side. Libertarians are the types that got us into the mess we are in ( lack of banking regulations). If you think voting in a Libertarian will make your life better after the eye of this Crapacain passes, maybe you deserve what comes next.



posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 08:32 AM
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You are completely off beam with your analysis. You seem to think regulation and govt control (meaning CENTRALIZED control) are good things.

They are not good things - the more you centralize and monopolize the easier it is for a small group to assume control. De-regulation is really the key - almost ALL of the regulation that you see is created by the large corporations in an effort to kill off small business competition.

When you deregulate - and pass fair laws for all business, the large corporations will fold or split up. They are not efficient - when they try and convince you of economy of scale, it is a lie - small agile businesses which are highly targeted and have high levels of commitment and service will always outperform the large corporations. If they weren;t protected by regulation and unfair advantages they would be crushed.

Get the govt completely out of the market and the economy - if you let it work itself out, then it simply will.

Your assertion about poisons in the food supply is nothing to do with it - that is a criminal action - the current issue is that corporations have no-one you can effectively prosecute - nobody is morally responsible - that is not about regulation, but about the codification of the laws concerning corporations. If you make the board of directors and CEO legally responsible - then you will begin to see corporations act morally. Ultimately you will see them break up - because they are so large that being legally and morally responsible will simply make no sense - no-one would want to be legally responsible for those huge entities - they would forever be sent to jail.

It was govt intervention and also immoral laws with respect to the corporation entity (person) that have allowed corporations to take over the world and act immorally and illegally with impunity.



posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 01:14 PM
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I bet you like Ayn Rand and believe in the invisible hand of the economy too, well good luck to you. I'm sure the corporations will do the right thing when they face even less consequences as prescribed by your savior (sarcasm). What we need is for over-bloated capitalist private interests to manage the affairs of the common citizen, right? At least now we have the guise of politics reflecting the interest of the common person. Ask yourself, what would Monsanto do? Try using your faulty logic when considering Walmart. I'd like to see how or when a small business will outperform them. These laws you speak of are the regulations. Without them, nothing is illegal. It takes politicians to place these restrictions on the practice of large entities so they don't kill or harm us in their quest for profits. I get the feeling you're one of the people who doesn't understand the true platform of Libertarianism.


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posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 01:42 PM
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The sad part is,

If the fed did take this type of control the economy would undoubtedly crumble.

If the fed says itself by reviling their books the economy would collapse then by doing this it would do the same.

It's like saying "The worm on the fishing pole is too big we need to take it off." Either way you will fail to catch the fish your after.



posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 08:36 PM
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If we are destined for problems with either choice, consider that it may be because of the reality of the circumstances. I believe that the way that the Federal Reserve is and has been run is not sustainable, and it has always been a matter of time for it to fail. I think the only reasonable choice is reform as soon as possible, or else the consequences economically will be that much more painful and prolonged. As a country (governmentally and personally) it is wise to build up some kind of savings, stay out of debt, and be productive. Right now, unfortunately, the federal government is continuing to spend money we don't have. I guess the assumption is that our children will be able to cover our tab as well as their own.



posted on Jul, 28 2009 @ 04:38 PM
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SERIOUSLY?!

"The amendment was blocked by Senate authorities on Monday after they claimed that it violated rules for provisions attached to spending bills."

Oh yeah sure as if the fed hasnt done enough damage themselves. The very fact of the matter that the federal reserve doesnt want to be audited is enough to tell you that they are hiding something. They make a bunch of poor excuses.

And apparently the CAT wasnt so arduous to take down but the audit is looked at as if it destroy the nation.




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