8 responses to “Ron Paul: We need to audit the Federal Reserve, now more than ever!”

  1. Dfens

    Aaron Regent, president of the Canadian gold giant, said that global output has been falling by roughly 1m ounces a year since the start of the decade. Total mine supply has dropped by 10pc as ore quality erodes, implying that the roaring bull market of the last eight years may have further to run.

    “There is a strong case to be made that we are already at ‘peak gold’,” he told The Daily Telegraph at the RBC’s annual gold conference in London.

    “Production peaked around 2000 and it has been in decline ever since, and we forecast that decline to continue. It is increasingly difficult to find ore,” he said.

    Ore grades have fallen from around 12 grams per tonne in 1950 to nearer 3 grams in the US, Canada, and Australia. South Africa’s output has halved since peaking in 1970.

    The supply crunch has helped push gold to an all-time high, reaching $1,118 an ounce at one stage yesterday. The key driver over recent days has been the move by India’s central bank to soak up half of the gold being sold by the International Monetary Fund. It is the latest sign that the rising powers of Asia and the commodity bloc are growing wary of Western paper money and debt. – Telegraph

    Let’s go on a gold standard! Because it is such a great idea to pay digits on an electronic ledger with an actual commodity. And let’s make sure to keep those borders open for “free trade”, because we can never outsource too many jobs.

    This message brought to you by the traitors of the United States of America.

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  2. Stacy Alderman

    Interesting questions and good insight from the host and his shill sidekick, they must have been given the green light to be honest for a segment.

    Makes you wonder why MSNBC spends the other 99.9% of the day sewing ignorance for major issues like the Fed’s secrecy.

    Somebody probably put a gun to Mel Watt’s head, otherwise why would he oppose something like this? Its a Congress of Cowards!

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  4. Nate D

    Call these people or H.R. 1207 will go in the garbage.

    Rep. Barney Frank: (202) 225-5931
    Speaker Nancy Pelosi: (202) 225-0100
    Rep. John Adler, NJ (202) 225-4765, fax: 202-2250778
    Rep. Travis Childers, MS (202) 225-4306, fax: 202-225-3549
    Rep. Steve Driehaus, OH (202) 225-2216, fax: 202-225-3012
    Rep. Alan Grayson, FL (202) 225-2176, fax: 202-225-0999
    Rep. Rubén Hinojosa, TX (202) 225-2531, fax: 202-225-5688
    Rep. Suzanne Kosmas, FL Toll Free: 1-877-956-7627, fax: 202-226-9299
    Rep. Dan Maffei, NY (202) 225-3701, fax: 202-225-4042
    Rep. Brad Miller, NC (202) 225-3032, fax: 202-225-0181
    Rep. Walt Minnick, ID (202) 225-6611, fax: 202-225-3029
    Rep. Ed Perlmutter, CO (202)-225-2645, fax: 202-225-5278
    Rep. David Scott, GA (202) 225-2939, fax: 202-225-4628
    Rep. Brad Sherman, CA (202) 225-5911, fax: 202-225-5879
    Rep. Jackie Speier, CA (202) 225-3531, fax: 202-226-4183
    And last, but certainly not least, Rep. Mel Watt. DC: Tel. (202) 225-1510, Fax (202) 225-1512
    Charlotte, NC: Tel. (704) 344-9950, Fax (704) 344-9971
    Greensboro, NC: Tel. (336) 275-9950, Fax (336) 379-9951

    Don’t call and don’t take a stance and the Ron Paul’s bill will fail.

    Please call, I did, it’s easy.


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    1. Lindsey

      I e-mailed Watt and told him he was a traitor.

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    2. Perception

      Why was Alan Grayson’s name mentioned.I would think that his integrity is unquestionable.Why bother calling the converted?

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  5. Lindsey

    We need a modern day Andrew Jackson!

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  6. ThomasPaineReturns.Net

    These are the times that try men’s souls.

    This short motto has echoed for centuries. It gave strength to American patriots in 1776 as it propelled them to liberty. This motto is alive and just as appropriate today as it was at the beginning of the Revolution.

    Freedom was won, but corruption soon crept in. What was once a proud banner now often strikes terror in the hearts of people.

    Have people become too complacent with modern living? Have people forgotten the tyranny of subjugation to a king? Have people forgotten the horrors of slavery? Will they wake up before it is too late?

    When the new nation was a toddler, it took on a national bank. Jefferson caused that bank to be closed down, but others kept bringing it back. Today, the national bank is called the Federal Reserve. It should never have existed centuries ago, and it certainly should not exist today.

    The present world economic crisis can be traced right to the Federal Reserve. So many nations are linked to the American economy that they are now victims of the Federal Reserve’s manipulation.

    Most people mistakenly think that the Federal Reserve is a government bank. If it were, then all the interest it earns would be ploughed back into the American system, hence the national debt would be zero. That is, the Americans would only owe the interest to themselves. However, the interest is collected by individuals and groups. Those who own the Federal Reserve Bank collect the interest for themselves, and make themselves extremely wealthy at the expense of American taxpayers.

    The Federal Reserve charges interest on every dollar in existence, whether paper or otherwise. The owners rake off this interest. Many banks have failed, are failing or will soon fail in America. They are failing because the Federal Reserve has become so greedy that banks can barely operate in the environment. The Federal Reserve takes almost all the profits from the banking industry and only provides scraps to its subservient banks.

    The banks have to scrape and maul their customers to survive in this critical time. So, the banks become ruthless. Nobody cares for the banks because they are ruthless. Further, many of the banks have turned to unlawful activities just to stay afloat. The cause of all this disarray is the Federal Reserve.

    Shut the Federal Reserve down tomorrow and things will begin to improve. Ban any national banks, and it will be a long-term solution. The small group of people who are taking all the interest from the Federal Reserve should be charged and tried for their horrible crimes against all the people in the world.

    Not only is America affected, but the entire world is being fleeced by the Federal Reserve, because the whole world is impacted by American commerce and banking.

    In these times that try men’s souls, those without souls need to be tried and convicted. They are the culprits. They are the criminals. They are the evil slave masters.

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