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posted on May, 23 2010 @ 04:48 PM
Jekyll Island, This has been all over the ATS forums.
For years members of the Jekyll Island Club would recount the story of the secret meeting and by the 1930s the narrative was considered a club tradition. The conference's solution to America's banking problems called for the creation of a central bank. Although Congress did not pass the reform bill submitted by Senator Aldrich, it did approve a similar proposal in 1913 called the Federal Reserve Act. The Federal Reserve System of today mirrors in essence the plan developed on Jekyll Island in 1910.

RX84 and FEMA Camps, These have been hashed over many times here at ATS
Oliver North testifying before Congress

Tue, 01/27/2009 Also in the Forums here at ATS
A new bill has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives called the National Emergency Centers Act or HR 645. This bill, if passed into law, will direct the Secretary of Homeland Security to establish national emergency centers otherwise known as FEMA camp facilities on military installations.

Read it here

Ramp-up of fire power for police Dept.,

Originally posted by RedmoonMWC
U.S. police departments deploying heavy armor
The Associated Press

PITTSBURGH, Pa. — After six people were shot in the city's Homewood neighborhood, Pittsburgh police rolled in with a 20-ton armored truck with a blast-resistant body, armored rotating roof hatch and gunports.

No arrests were made during the sweep in the $250,000 armored vehicle, paid for with Homeland Security money. But the show of force sent a message.

Whether it was the right message is a matter of debate.

I understand the need for SWAT vehicles and the fact that our police force in many cases are totally out gunned but What use would the Police in the US have for this?

Possible solutions?

Originally posted by RedmoonMWC
reply to post by warpcrafter

Personally I think all they would need to do is allow Concealed carry, or CCW (carrying a concealed weapon) this would solve a plethora of problems. See my previous post :

edit to add
check the map.

Quote: "More than 35 states have passed, or are in the process of passing, a resolution to remind the federal government there is a limit to central government power. That limit was set forth in the 10th amendment, part of the Bill of Rights Patrick Henry and others wanted added to the US Constitution."

Watch the video clips. Listen to what he has to say about what they are doing in Alaska.
I really like the idea of being prepared "when" not IF, the current government implodes.

Any comments? Any facts disproving the existence of “FEMA” Camps.

[edit on 23-5-2010 by RedmoonMWC]

posted on May, 31 2010 @ 08:22 PM
reply to post by RedmoonMWC

The secret meeting on Jekyll Island in Georgia at which the Federal Reserve was conceived; the birth of a banking cartel to protect its members from competition; the strategy of how to convince Congress and the public that this cartel was an agency of the United States government.--...were seven men who represented an estimated one-forth of the total wealth of the entire world.

Unquestionably, a draft of legislation - or at least the broad outlines - for a U.S. central bank was drawn there; participants in the meeting subsequently acknowledged and celebrated their "achievement." For example, Frank Vanderlip recalled in his autobiography, "Our secret expedition to Jekyll Island was the occasion of the actual conception of what eventually became the Federal Reserve System. The essential points ... were all contained in the Federal Reserve Act as it was passed."

True the members did, much later (many years later), acknowledge their participation.

G. Edward Griffin
The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second look at the Federal Reserve.

interview by Edward Flaherty Ph.D. of Economics

1. The Fed is incapable of accomplishing its stated objectives.
2. It is a cartel operating against the public interest.
3. It is the supreme instrument of usury.
4. It generates our most unfair tax through inflation and bailouts.
5. It encourages war.
6. It destabilizes the economy.
7. It discourages private capital formation.

1. The Fed resists external audit
2. If it were audited by an independent party, I suspect there would be nothing illegal found
3. The problem is not that it steals from the American people illegally but that it does so legally
4. Therefore, we do not need to audit the Fed, we need to abolish it

The formation of the Fed is a matter of record, the problem as I see it is what do we the people replace it with?
Local currencies authorized by the Constitution will only go so far.

[edit on 31-5-2010 by RedmoonMWC]

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