Saturday, October 8, 2011

Occupy The Federal Reserve? Scary Times Ahead in America

In this inspiring video, film maker and radio talk show host Alex Jones encourages people to join the Occupy The Fed protests he kicked off on Friday, October 7, 2011. 
"Public sentiment has shifted -- against the trends of Washington and Wall Street-- and now, against the private Federal Reserve bank which controls or influences so much of the world's finances. Where as only a few years ago many Americans were unaware of the true nature of the shadowy organization, recent polls confirm that the public overwhelmingly wants to audit and even abolish the Federal Reserve bank.

The momentum for a second American revolution is stirring, but the establishment is working overtime to steer the public's anger into easy controlled avenues and big government solutions. Instead, by striking at the root of the true problems, we can attempt to reign in the predatory banking powers that plague our nation and begin to restore the Republic.

The Federal Reserve banking system is at the root of that problem and a perpetual impediment towards ending the global economic crisis that continues to grow. Join Alex Jones to "occupy" the Dallas Federal Reserve, or take the message to a Fed branch near you. We must start now by focusing media and political attention on this issue, and through our presence at these banks, start brushfires in the minds of men that will tip the momentum in favor of liberty and independence for all."
Alex Jones believes the Fed is the real problem and, the head of the snake, needs to be removed.

Jesse Ventura visits the Occupy Wall Street rally to show his support claiming to be the first elected official to do so.

Additionally, on Friday Former Gov. Jesse Ventura also dropped by Minneapolis to support ‘Occupy’ protesters. Ventura pointed out that the face of the movement cannot be dictated by Democrats or Republicans because both parties were “bought and paid for” – and that he never took a dime in corporate money to get elected.

Times are a changin. . .