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posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 01:31 PM
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27.3% of the population is under 20 years of age so if we take that out of the population and just use the population 20+ in age that would be $71,282.82 per adult 20+ years in age.




posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 01:33 PM
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Originally posted by Cinaed
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We don't hear them defending and standing up for all of us, just for themselves


Whaaaaaaat....???

If you want your views to be represented, then maybe you should take them to the protest and represent them. Why would you expect someone else to go represent your issues for you.




posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 01:52 PM
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So who is going to sift the names of the guilty from all this?

They fall under the same conflict of interest guidelines as federal employees so they should be charged and face trial.



posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 01:56 PM
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They were issued waivers exempting them from prosecution under those guidelines, if I am reading this correctly.



posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 02:00 PM
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Originally posted by idunno12

Originally posted by Cinaed
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We don't hear them defending and standing up for all of us, just for themselves


Whaaaaaaat....???

If you want your views to be represented, then maybe you should take them to the protest and represent them. Why would you expect someone else to go represent your issues for you.



Some people just don't have the time or resources to do so. As of right now most of the protesting is socialistic rabble. If the vast majority were protesting the current monetary system then perhaps I would let my voice be heard. However, the vast majority are still using socialistic, heartfelt ideas and aren't tackling the real issue that is the debt based monetary system that currently control's the planet. My voice currently would be immensely overshadowed by the rabble and that would be a waste of my time.

The more the protest switches over to the monetary system the more willing I will be towards helping. Right now the protests aren't doing much than saying "I'm mad about how things are going and I want change" but what that change should be is extremely debatable. When there is still debate about what to do at these levels then the protest serves no real purpose other than to raise a stink.

Once people understand how the debt based monetary system works I will enter the fray.



posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 02:06 PM
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Originally posted by Shadowalker
So who is going to sift the names of the guilty from all this?

They fall under the same conflict of interest guidelines as federal employees so they should be charged and face trial.


Stop trying to point fingers, that's useless now. Our problem is not social, it's systematic. It's better to find out precisely what the problem is and come up with a realistic solution than it is to point fingers at one another.

Right now the fundamental issue is the debt based monetary system and the sooner it comes into focus the sooner we can have a solution for it.



posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 02:19 PM
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This has been floating around ATS in numerous threads and numerous people have jumped on the Sanders bandwagon and until Ron Paul says this nah.

Personally i think its a load of garbage and what makes it a piece of garbage Paul keeps saying audit the Fed and yet here Sanders is saying the Fed has been audited.

Nah as much as i hate the fed my severe lack of fondness for Sanders and his crony capitalist ways gets no attention from me.


WASHINGTON — A congressional audit of the Federal Reserve's 12 regional banks looks set to land this week with a whimper instead of a bang as energies and sympathies on Capitol Hill have shifted since the financial crisis that spawned the inquiry.


today.msnbc.msn.com...

Told you absolute Garbage.
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posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 02:29 PM
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I don't care about Sanders or Paul, to be perfectly honest.

But here is a link to the GAO report, and the numbers are all in there.

sanders.senate.gov...

The only thing that matters is the report. Is it accurate or not?
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posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 02:53 PM
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Why did we borrow all this money trillions of dollars, from China all these years if the FED had this money?

Clearly I'm not getting something about This Big Picture - how all this works.

China should be so pissed at us I would not be surprised if they nuked us tomorrow and they'd be right.



posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 03:07 PM
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Originally posted by 0zzymand0s
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They were issued waivers exempting them from prosecution under those guidelines, if I am reading this correctly.


Bullets in the head don't care about exemption papers. O.k. I know you cannot or should not do that unless it's proven the person your shooting is guilty of murder but surely there has to be some good illegal ways we could take these people down for the good of the New America.

Revolutions are not fought with paper pushing, they are fought with guns and violence because that's the only things that will make tyrannical governments back down. History is proof of this.



posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 08:23 PM
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pardon my ignorance

but isn't the 'fed' and the big banks they gave the money to, all controlled by the same people anyway?



posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 11:53 PM
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Originally posted by Misoir
I have a better idea what they could have done with $16 trillion if they absolutely had to print and spend it at 0% interest rate.

$16,000,000,000,000 as a direct check divided up between the 308,745,538 Americans would equal $51,822.61 for every single American. 27.3% of the population is under 20 years of age so if we take that out of the population and just use the population 20+ in age that would be $71,282.82 per adult. People could have kept their homes, invested in savings, encourage entrepreneurship, and saved themselves from poverty. Or we could have eliminated the $14 some trillion national debt we currently have.

Nice job FED, let the American people become homeless and give all that money to other banks for free.

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That would have worked too !!

The money would have been deposited in a bank anyway !!

The banks could have loaned at low rates !!

"Direct Deposit" was never meant to be in Europe



posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 11:58 PM
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What a joke! And WHERE did they GET that $16T to loan in the first place? They made it up out of thin air like they have done so for for the last 100 years.

How about an audit of Fort Knox? How much gold is left in reserve?

Since an audit hasn't taken place since the days when Eisenhower was president, we'll never know!



posted on Oct, 19 2011 @ 12:32 AM
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It seems to me an audit of the federal reserve would be over 266 pages. This seems to have been scrubbed down and alot of info deleted.



posted on Oct, 19 2011 @ 12:39 AM
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Originally posted by 0zzymand0s
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I don't care about Sanders or Paul, to be perfectly honest.

But here is a link to the GAO report, and the numbers are all in there.

sanders.senate.gov...

The only thing that matters is the report. Is it accurate or not?
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Yeah, last time I checked FACT trumps FICTION.

Those numbers were pretty high, and all going to Banks who had personal ties with the Fed.

I don't understand why people quote anything off the mass media as fact. The media conglomerates are all pretty much owned by the banks. THEY control the media, and whoever controls the media controls the masses.



posted on Oct, 19 2011 @ 12:44 AM
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Originally posted by eonpeon
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How about an audit of Fort Knox? How much gold is left in reserve?

I've been preaching that since this whole thing started.

I'm sure if someone were to even manage to break in there to try and heist it all, they would find it to be very empty except for the cobwebs dangling from the ceiling...



posted on Oct, 19 2011 @ 04:35 AM
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Among the investigation's key findings is that the Fed unilaterally provided trillions of dollars in financial assistance to foreign banks and corporations from South Korea to Scotland, according to the GAO report. "No agency of the United States government should be allowed to bailout a foreign bank or corporation without the direct approval of Congress and the president," Sanders said.


I think this says it all, The Federal Reserve is not an Agency of the US Gov't, but a private bank....

this article although highly important is putting the blame on the US.



posted on Oct, 19 2011 @ 04:54 AM
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Originally posted by ArrowsNV

Originally posted by eonpeon
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How about an audit of Fort Knox? How much gold is left in reserve?

I've been preaching that since this whole thing started.

I'm sure if someone were to even manage to break in there to try and heist it all, they would find it to be very empty except for the cobwebs dangling from the ceiling...


See this thread for more information about the absence of any gold in Fort Knox, or anywhere in the US at all.

By the time the US will be declared bankrupt, the dollar will be virtually worthless and the only thing left of worth will be the gold. They have already stolen that before it's too late for them and it acts as a security backup to make sure they can stay in power even after the collapse of economies worldwide.

Some even claim that the gold was transported from the vaults of the FED under the WTC in NY after the 9/11 attacks, but I guess that's mere speculation. I haven't seen convincing evidence of it.

Also, this: Russia says IMF chief jailed for discovering all US gold is gone.

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posted on Oct, 19 2011 @ 05:10 AM
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oh, no!! we shouldn't point fingers, oh, no, we shouldn't prosecute the guilty rich greedy jerks who pulled off the biggest hiest in history, oh, no, we shouldn't tax these rich jerks more!!

we all should just continue going to work everyday, paying more and more taxes, watching the value of our paycheck go down and down further, give up our social security, and welll.....
we should like it!!!

NOT!!!

if I so much as make a small little tiny mistake on my income tax, they'd come back on me and zap me with an outrageous interest rate on it!!! they'd throw my arse in jail if I stole even a small fraction of what has been swindled from our economy!!!
it they broke the laws....then PROSECUTE!!!!

maybe if they held the rich and famous up to the same standards they do us pions, our economy would be in much better shape, even with the federal reserve!!!



posted on Oct, 19 2011 @ 05:13 AM
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banks got bailed out we got sold out





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