Ron Paul, Scotty Boman, Cindy Sheehan, Yvonne Shick, Chuck Baldwin, Darrell Castle, Mike Gravel, Dave Brownlow, Darryl W. Perry, Jesse Ventura, Kevin Barrett, Carol Brouillet and many others endorse and speak at End the Fed rallies today

End the Fed rallies are happening today in at least 39 cities around the country. Congressman Ron Paul has been confirmed to speak at the Houston End the Fed Rally. For those unable to attend, you can listen at RTR Radio.

The protests are taking place in Atlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham, Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dallas (Alex Jones of prisonplanet.com to attend), Detroit, Denver, El Paso, Helena, Houston (Ron Paul to attend), Jacksonville, Kansas City, Little Rock, Los Angeles, Louisville, Memphis, Miami, Minneapolis, New York City, Nashville, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Richmond, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, Washington, DC.

Scotty Boman emailed information about the Detroit event to contact.ipr@gmail.com

CONTACTS:
Scotty Boman. 313-247-2052, scottyeducation@yahoo.com
David Dudenhoffer. 313-300-9696 vendivediveci@comcast.net
Sean House 248-224-1973 seanmhouse@gmail.com
For national media inquiries, please contact:
Steven Vincent
endthefed@sbcglobal.net
414-256-1307 (leave message) www.EndTheFed.US

http://www.meetup.com/libertynetwork/calendar/9129217/

Detroit, MI – A grassroots network of activists have planned a protest outside of Detroit’s Federal Reserve Building this Saturday, November 22. The protest begins at two PM and should last for at least a couple hours. Protestors will not only be calling for an end to the Federal Reserve system, but will also be calling on their representatives in Congress to support H.R. 2275, Federal Reserve Board Abolition Act.

On the night of November 22, 1910, a group of bankers met at an elite resort at Jekyll Island, Georgia. So began the dark conception of the Federal Reserve System, which many economists argue is responsible for devouring the political and financial wealth of America. The U.S. Dollar has seen a better than 98% decline in its purchasing power since that time.

G. Edward Griffin summarizes here: “The purpose of this meeting on Jekyll Island was…to come to an agreement on the structure and operation of a banking cartel. The goal of the cartel, as is true with all of them, was to maximize profits by minimizing competition between members, to make it difficult for new competitors to enter the field, and to utilize the police power of government to enforce the cartel agreement. In more specific terms, the purpose and, indeed, the actual outcome of this meeting was to create the blueprint for the Federal Reserve System.” From “The Creature from Jekyll Island” by G. Edward Griffin On November 22, 2008, ninety-eight years later, End the Fed! will announce the initiation of a grassroots, unfunded, transpartisan citizens movement for Sound Money with rallies at every Federal Reserve Bank and office in the country. Activists will demand an end to private banker control over the nation’s money supply and the return to a hard, commodity backed monetary system. Their slogan is simple and direct: “End the Fed! Sound Money for America!”

End the Fed! activists believe that the Federal Reserve Bank, through its inflation of the money supply and the distortion of free markets resulting from its intervention, is responsible for the current financial and economic crisis. They also hold that the current round of “bailouts” and federal government nationalization of large segments of the financial sector further inflates the US dollar and disrupts the proper functioning of the markets and will ultimately serve to plunge the nation into an even more severe crisis, quite possibly even into a serious depression.

End the Fed! supports the passage of Representative Ron Paul’s legislation which would repeal the Federal Reserve Act, H.R. 2755.

Darryl W. Perry also wrote us about the event in Birmingham

A nationwide protest rally will take place on November 22, 2008. The rally called “End the Fed” will focus on dismantling the private Federal Reserve banking system. Congressman Ron Paul, Jesse Ventura, Cindy Sheehan, Mike Gravel and others are speaking in cities all across the nation. In the
midst of the financial crisis and banker bailout, many Americans would like to call attention to the very existence of the Federal Reserve as the major reason for our economic woes.

End the Fed! activists believe that the Federal Reserve Bank, through its inflation of the money supply and the distortion of free markets resulting from its intervention, is responsible for the current financial and economic crisis. They also hold that the current round of “bailouts” and federal government nationalization of large segments of the financial sector further inflates the US dollar and disrupts the proper functioning of the markets and will ultimately serve to plunge the nation into an even more severe crisis, quite possibly even into a serious depression.

End the Fed! will announce the initiation of a grassroots, unfunded, transpartisan citizens movement for Sound Money with rallies at every Federal Reserve Bank and office in the country. Activists will demand an end to private banker control over the nation’s money supply and the return to a hard, commodity backed monetary system. Their slogan is simple and direct: “End the Fed! Sound Money for America!”

End the Fed! supports the passage of Representative Ron Paul’s legislation which would repeal the Federal Reserve Act, H.R. 2755.

The Birmingham End The Fed! Rally will take place from 11AM-1PM in Five
Points South.

Listed Endorsers:

Chuck Baldwin
Presidential Candidate

Gov. Jesse Ventura

G. Edward Griffin
“The Creature from Jekyll Island”

Gary Franchi
RestoretheRepublic.com

Adam Kokesh

Darrell Castle
Vice Presidential Candidate
for the Constitution Party

Cindy Sheehan
CindyForCongress.org

Sen. Mike Gravel

Yvonne Schick
Libertarian for US Senate

Carol Brouillet
Greenparty for US Senate

Kevin Barrett
for Congress

Felix Raymond Montez
for Minnesota District 59A – House of Representatives

Paul Conroy
www.conroyforcongress.com

Joe Bannister

Ted Anderson
President Genesis Communications Network & Midas Resources Inc.

William Lewis
“Washington, You’re Fired”

Katherine Albrechet
“Spy Chips”

Jack Welch
Member of JBS since 1964

Raymond D. Powell
Co-Founder, Restore The Republic Radio
Co-Founder, Revolution March 2009

Michael Frisbee
American Patriot Party of Georgia

Scott Wolk
SW & Central Regional Director,
Constitution Party of Virginia

Tom Cryer
Truth Attack

Larry Beecraft
Truth Attack

Steve Dore

Grant Rostig

Darryl W. Perry
Alabama Boston Tea Party nominee
Write-in candidate for US Senate

Patrick S.J. Carmack, Esq.
Producer of The Money Masters Author of the Monetary Reform Act

Don Harkins
publisher The Idaho Observer

Ingri Cassel
director Vaccination Liberation

Bob Chapman
The International Forecaster

Patrick Wood, Editor
The August Review

Kurtis Liston, Summit County Coordinator for the Libertarian Party of Ohio

Stephanie S. Jasky, Founder, Director – FedUpUSA.org

Charlie Parker, Co-Founder
Denver Area Citizens for Liberty

Rich McCampbell
Boston911Truth.org

Shaun Knapp
AwakeAndArise.org

Daniel Fey
openingmind.blogspot.com

Jesse Richard Editor
TvNewsLIES.org

Joe Plummer Editor
Author of “Meet The System”

Dave Brownlow
Former Candidate for Oregon U.S. Senate

Howard S. Lichtman
President, Human Productivity Lab
Publisher, Telepresence Options

Dave vonKleist
www.thepowerhour.com

IndyInAsia
indyinasia.tv

Mark Anderson
www.americanfreepress.net

Tom Woods
www.thomasewoods.com

Jason Littlejohn
www.KCXL.com

John Baptist Kotmair, Jr.
libertyworksradionetwork

Katy Gillis
purewomensfitnessflorida

Rick Williams
www.BreaktheMatrix.com

Anthony Teolis
vfpdc.blogspot.com

Harold Gray
JustGetThere.us

Tammy Erickson
www.superliberty.com

Michael Nystrom
www.dailypaul.com

Andrew Casper
www.tiptopdpm.com

Robert Scott Bell
www.rsbell.com

Maggie Hanus, soap bartender
www.awildsoapbar.com

Zac Carter
soldier in this video

Brian Wright
TheCoffeeCoaster.com
NewPilgrimChronicles.com

Jim Poesl
americanenvironmentalist

Michael Griffey II
www.michaelgriffey.com

Pete Hendrickson
losthorizons.com

46 thoughts on “Ron Paul, Scotty Boman, Cindy Sheehan, Yvonne Shick, Chuck Baldwin, Darrell Castle, Mike Gravel, Dave Brownlow, Darryl W. Perry, Jesse Ventura, Kevin Barrett, Carol Brouillet and many others endorse and speak at End the Fed rallies today

  1. Steve LaBianca

    Surprise, surprise –

    Neither Bob Barr or W.A.R. are listed as endorsers.

    Like the Hall and Oates song of the 1980′s, “you’re out of touch . . .”

    Barr and W.A.R., along with many of the leadership in the LP are simply “OOT”!

  2. G.E.

    I attended the Detroit End the Fed.

    We were harassed by the cops. I got video.

    It was very sad to hear the vast majority of the Fed protesters are of the right/left fringe populist school of Fed criticism. Lincoln’s printing of greenbacks to fund the “Civil War” was touted, as was the idea of the Treasury issuing silver certificates. Not a lot of support for free banking

    There were at least 100 people there.

  3. JimDavidson

    I made a quick count at 13:30 on Saturday 22 November of the crowd in Kansas City, Missouri. I came up with 125 people. However, that was at the second location where I saw people, and many had left before the crowd re-assembled there. There were people from about noon onward at Union Station, at the Liberty Memorial (yes, Liberty died and her memorial is in KC Missouri, what a shock) and up by the Federal Reserve of KC building. With comings and goings, as well as the crowd that met at the “Left Right Center” that evening, I think about 200 people were involved.

  4. G.E.

    100+ people at all these different locations is “not very plentiful”?

    How many people show up for the average political rally? I’m not talking about the one with The One, but for the average major-party congressman, etc.? A lot fewer in my experience. I was very pleased with the turnout in Detroit.

  5. JimDavidson

    The video is from DC. I was in KC.

    Grow a beard. Only soldiers are clean-shaven.

    And have been since Philip II of Macedon ordered his army’s officers to shave so they would not look much older than his son, Alexander.

  6. Trent Hill

    My understanding is that New Orleans has 115. If all 39 cities had 100+ people,then the total is near 4000 people rallying against the Fed.

  7. Trent Hill

    350-400? Holy Shit.

    Not sure I buy that—though Ron Paul did get 10,000 votes here in LA…so we know there are at least 10,000 people who oppose the Fed here in LA.

  8. JimDavidson

    You know Trent, I don’t care if you buy it or not. Suck on it.

    A friend of mine was there. If you were there, then you can say something about it. If you are saying that my friend was a liar, to hell with you. You weren’t there. You don’t know anything. So shut up about things you don’t know.

    Don’t call my friend Kimberly a liar.

  9. Trent Hill

    “You know Trent, I don’t care if you buy it or not. Suck on it.”

    lol….geeze you are defensive. I had a number of friends there, none of them made a real headcount of any sort–but they all estimated between 100 and 150–with most of them trending lower, towards 100.
    With that said, they could possibly have been talking about how amny were there at that exact time, or something. I dont know.

    And you’re right, I probably dont know anything about the number of anti-fed activists here in my own state, in a city I helped organize anti-fed demonstrations in only 6 months ago (to which over 100 people showed up). Jim…you should lay off of whatever makes you so defensive. Just. Calm. Down.

  10. paulie cannoli Post author

    http://www.pnj.com/article/20081121/NEWS01/81121031/1135

    Pensacola


    A eulogy to the United States will be presented at various stopping points along the way, and protesters will also carry signs protesting the Federal Reserve banking and what the group calls “its disastrous effects on the U.S. economy.”

    The date, Nov. 22, is significant as the date of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, who attempted to kill the Fed, a news release about the rally said.

    The Pensacola Campaign for Liberty is the local chapter of a nationwide, grassroots movement with the mission to raise community awareness for local issues that pertain to personal liberty, limited government, and a return to constitutionalism, sound money, and the rule of law.

  11. paulie cannoli Post author

    http://www.connietalk.com/fed_up_with_fed_rallies_112108.html


    If there was ever a time to rally for the end of the Federal Reserve Bank, it would probably be now, in the midst of what is being called the “multi-trillion-dollar crime scene;” i.e., the bank bailout.

    With $290 billion of the allotted bailout money already accounted for, the equity deals that were negotiated with Congress have gone astray. The George W. Bush Administration has made no move to fill the congressionally-mandated independent positions to oversee the bailout. The Fed and the banks involved were told that the credit was not to go to bonuses, dividends, salaries, or mergers, but to lending credit again to the American people. Yet Citibank is contemplating using the funds to buy up other banks, and yet other financial institutions are funneling the money exactly where they aren’t supposed to: bonuses, shareholders, anything but lending.

    On top of this, the Federal Reserve has handed out $2 trillion in emergency loans to banks and credit institutions that have gone below the radar and out of the American public’s view.

    Exactly 98 years ago tomorrow, a group of bankers met at an elite resort on Jekyll Island in Georgia, and began the conception of the Federal Reserve System. Since then, the U.S. dollar has declined over 98% in value.

    End the Fed! has announced a grassroots movement across the nation to rally at every Federal Reserve Bank and office in the country tomorrow, November 22nd, 2008. Rallies are organized for Boston, Philadelphia, New York City, Buffalo, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Richmond, Baltimore, Charlotte, Atlanta, Birmingham, Jacksonville, Miami, Nashville, New Orleans, Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis, Minneapolis, Helena, Kansas City, Denver, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Dallas, El Paso, Houston, San Antonio, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, Seattle, and Washington, DC (phew!). Congressman Ron Paul will be speaking at 12:30 pm Central time at the Houston, Texas “End the Fed” rally tomorrow. End the Fed! is also endorsed by Chuck Baldwin, Gov. Jesse Ventura, Cindy Sheehan, Mike Gravel, and many others.

  12. paulie cannoli Post author

    San Antonio

    http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/34941619.html

    “Chanting “End the Fed” and waving placards reading “Bail Out American People,” and “Income Tax is not Constitutional,” about 80 people from around Central Texas staged a loud but orderly protest Saturday in downtown San Antonio.

    “This is part of a national rally going on today in 38 states. It’s about international bankers controlling our currency,” said Matthew Medina, 23, an electrician from San Antonio.

    “And it’s about personal privacy and civil liberties that have been taken away since 9-11,” said Medina, a member of “We Are Change,” a group that sponsored the protests along with U.S. Rep. Ron Paul’s “Campaign for Liberty.”

    The demonstration began shortly after noon in front of the object of their displeasure, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Antonio, a dull granite structure on Nueva Street across from the Bexar County Courthouse.

    While some motorists cheered, honked and waved as they drove past, the protest drew little attention other than a handful of puzzled reporters and watchful police officers.

    Later, after a march across town, tourists and pigeons at Alamo Plaza were surprised by a brief and loud reprisal.

    It was held Saturday because Nov. 22 was the 95th anniversary of the creation of the Federal Reserve Bank, a quasi-public entity that sets the discount interest rate, stores gold, issues currency and regulates the national money supply.

    It presently is in the middle of a $700 billion federal bailout of financial institutions faced with bankruptcy over the current fiscal crisis, which has seen the stock market thrown into a downward spiral.

    But to the protesters who raised their voices Saturday, the bank is more the cause of the problem than part of the solution.

    “I drove down from Austin because I’m tired of these bailouts. The money went to bankers. They’re not investing it in the American people,” said Dick Price, 56, a musician, holding a lime-green sign reading “They Print. You Pay.”

    “I’m tired of the Federal Reserve. It’s not part of our government. It’s illegal.”

  13. DWP2016

    I was at the Birmingham rally; we had approximately 20 protesters and a good reception from people in the area. I printed 600 $0 bills with a Thomas Jefferson quote about Central Banks on the reverse; well over 500 were distributed as were many copies of Freedom to Fascism.
    CBS 42 showed up about the time we were getting ready to leave and got some footage of us holding our signs and interviewed the organizer. It made the 10 PM news, about a 1 minute segment close to the beginning of the Newscast.

  14. paulie cannoli Post author

    Hi Darryl,

    I wanted to go, but I’m in Tuscaloosa, house sitting without a car, and didn’t even have a ride to the Greyhound station.

    If you can make it down to Tuscaloosa, we can get some petitioning done for the next round.
    Pick a day. I’m here until I get a real job, and I don’t know when that will be.

  15. JimDavidson

    Paulie @24 Los Angeles is LA. Louisiana is “Louis.” just as Massachusetts is “Mass.” The post awful cannot get Louisiana to become LA just by asserting a two letter postal abbreviation.

  16. darolew

    Louisiana is “Louis.” just as Massachusetts is “Mass.” The post awful cannot get Louisiana to become LA just by asserting a two letter postal abbreviation.

    No, that’s wrong. Massachusetts is “Mass.”, but the traditional state abbreviation for Louisiana is “La.” not “Louis.”. That’s according to the AP Stylebook and the Government Printing Office.

  17. JimDavidson

    @42 What about the Louis Armstrong airport?

    Reports from Facebook friends: 40-45 in Pittsburgh, 120 in Atlanta.

    “Flyin’ into Los Angeles.
    Bringin’ in a coupla keys
    Don’t touch my bags if you please…”

    I came up with this version of the lyrics to Jingle Bells for a Facebook friend, yesterday.

    End the Fed, end the Fed, end it all the way!
    Oh what fun it is to end the Federal Reserve today!

    Dashing through the stores
    Paper money snow
    Never rains, it pours!
    The Fed has got to go!

    End the Fed, end the Fed, end it all the way!

  18. Trent Hill

    “@42 What about the Louis Armstrong airport?”

    Im gunna hope, pray, that this was a sarcastic comment.

  19. Third Party Revolution

    Just wondering, is there a connection with the existence of the Fed and the inability of third parties to generally win elections? Because I have noticed that many third parties have voiced opposition to the Fed.

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