72 responses to “Ron Paul, the Fed and the Future”

  1. Woopa

    The revolution is maturing.

    Notice how legislative action against the Federal Reserve is being discussed as if we are already camped on the battlefield instead of merely contemplating the future.

    As the Judge pointed out, “simple awareness on the part of the public” remains the fundemental task for those of us who wish to obliterate the legalized theft inherent in our current banking system.

    I will very soon be hosting a small series of lectures in my home town to promulgate my own knowlege of the issue. They will start with a chronology of the development of real money and funny money: the origion of trade/contracts, the origion of currencies, the origion of banking and money substitutes, the origion of fractional reserve banking, the origion of fiat money (pure monopoly money: pieces of paper/electronic data-bits that have no link to property/commodities) and central banking. This will all be conceptual without unimportant dates and names. The rest of the talk will be focused on the current situation and macro (legeslative) and micro (personal) solutions.

    The elites are very smart and I am a bit surprised that Ron Paul and the Judge are being highlighted by Fox News. Not only are their faces being offered but they are being offered the oppertunity to discuss their ideas coherently and without frivolous obstruction. Given Fox New’s history, I can only speculate on the possible reasons for this:

    1. Corruption in the media has been vastly overestimated; the news is simply doing it’s job: featuring a popular man, and if his message leads to a revolution in understanding economics so much the better: more news!
    2. The bastards are letting us have our savior because they think that by the time we get anything done they’ll be in control of a new, more refined institution of enslavement.
    3. The “elites” are not a single group but several feuding groups and the faction that controls Fox News is firing bullets at at it’s enemies

    Whatever the truth, seeing as how manipulation of money is such an old tatic, I feel myself to be more than productive in exposing it.

    Keep your eyes and ears open and your spirit unalienable: these are interesting times.

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    1. k2000k

      I’d offer one more reason why they are giving Ron Paul face time.

      They are simply a business trying to garner as high as ratings as possible. Given the tides of public sentiment and how Ron Pauls message lines up with that sentiment very well. It simply makes good business sense. Now whether or not they hang him out to dry? Well the only way we can prevent that is to show strong support for Mr. Paul. And by strong I mean make it known that if Mr. Paul is railroaded there will be consequences. Imagine how the republican party would react if a significant portion of the audience at, say the Iowan straw poll, started chanting “Give us Paul or we’ll vote for Obama” I can promise you it would cause heads to spin. I don’t know if that would be a prudent thing to do ultimately, but it would illustrate our anger at how the system currently works. For too long the Republican party has been able to betray conservative base to appease the neo-cons without consequence. What was that quote by some famous republican that stabbed gun owners in the back? “what will they do, vote for a democrat?”

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  2. Instrumentally

    lol you gotta get educated before it’s too late.

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  3. terrox111

    Dr Paul should head the Banking Committee. Let Bernanke rotate. The Fed fights inflation – right. How’s TARP and QE2 worked for average Americans?

    Here’s what’s happened to some key farm commodities so far in 2010…

    •Corn: Up 63%
    •Wheat: Up 84%
    •Soybeans: Up 24%
    •Sugar: Up 55%

    Filled up your car lately? Prepare for $200/barrel oil too. Timmy Geithner, the fraud, will tell you, “It would have been worse!” It will be, thanks to the banksters.

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  4. hstone39

    The federal reserve is well on there way of destroying themselves by devaluing the dollar. I don’t know they think they are still going to have control over things if they completely destroy the dollar. All evil empires fall when the currency collapse.

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  5. openURmindsEye

    Then vote for Ron Paul in 2012!

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  6. hatton1985

    I think it may be too late for the dollar now. Suddenly Ron Paul is getting a good amount of air time on major networks that until a few months ago, were ether avoiding him or attacking him. Good luck bringing down the Fed! Next up ‘The Bank of England : )

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  7. Gioxtream

    Years of Dr Paul Trying to wake up people about the real problem that we all facing.

    I can honestly say that his message is finally being taking seriously . Ron Paul deserve to be Our president…….he earn it by working hard and making us be aware of many things about our government.

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  8. loonmaniac

    Seriously, ‘racism’ against honkys be not only promoted but became accepted practice among many includin’ many honkys.

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  9. AllTheSame711

    MAN, All this is way over my head!

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  10. ExhibitMan

    Once the FED has been audited and eventually dismantled; the government will be forced to live within its means! God Bless Ron Paul. Because he’s my President!

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  11. GovWillKillU

    rand paul looks presidential; just needs to tighten up his oratory skills

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  12. dradeel

    They introduce him like that because he is a Representative in the House of Representatives… both Representative and Congressman are okay to use, although Representative is arguable more accurate and proper, since Congress technically includes both the House and the Senate, which means Senators could also be Congressmen and Congresswomen, even though the terms are reserved for Representatives.

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  13. the capper

    Just END THE FED CROOKS NOW !

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  14. katsfanman

    Just END THE FED CROOKS NOW !

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  15. voiceofreason2u

    If Americans do not start protesting EVERYWHERE heavily DEMANDING an END to the FED we are finished- and SOON. WAKE-UP sheep!

    They continually make overt strides to plunge us into 3rd world status. we are literally funding OUR OWN demise!!. Look at what Germany just said about us- it’s embarrassing- but above all horrifying- it’s freakin a NIGHTMARE!

    Just wait until a loaf of bread costs $23- maybe THEN the dumb American sheep will start bleating.

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  16. jx14aby

    How is it possible the Fed. decides to print $500 billion dollars of American currency and use the “money” to buy Treasury Bonds without the approval of the House of Representatives, the Senate, or the President. They just do it.

    This is insanity.

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  17. jx14aby

    Shit. Fox news again.

    Arrogant announcer wants to hear himself talk much more than ron paul.

    Disgusting as usual.

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  18. fresshness2001

    “A Member of Congress is a term used for a politician who has become qualified, appointed or elected, and inducted into some official body (or congress), typically to represent a particular constituency in a legislature.”

    What is your beef?

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  19. DennyDFW

    Uhhh… that’s an official title for him.

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  20. tetekofa

    FAUX NEWS introduces Congressman Ron Paul as “Representative Ron Paul” … Idiots!!!

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    1. Woopa

      “Congress” denotes the Senate and the House of Represenatives together. Ron Paul is a congressman who has been elected into the House of Represenatives.

      Thus, he is both a congressman and a represenative.

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  21. vjacq88

    lol Joint party. I like the sound of that.

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  22. Xenthoid

    host cant count..QE 2 is 600 billion not trillions..its not good either way to monetize either value… but makes me less likely to watch fox…

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  23. hpw59

    It is to late, we are TOAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  24. 2groomer

    Obama’s the WORSt president EVER!

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  25. fyiyrcn

    Audit, Expose ,Destory The Fed!!!!!!!

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  26. scottkennethnoble

    Ron Paul 2012!

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  27. Sigkim

    Furthermore I will never forgive Fake news for treating Dr.Paul the way they did during the election. They did everything possible to minimize Dr.Paul as a candidate and as a person. They didnt even try to look fair and balanced in Dr.Paul’s case they flat out disrespected and sabatoged his candidacy. Although this interview may prove Dr. Paul right in what he said during his campaign.First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    Fox news did all of those!!!

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  28. voteDRNO

    2012

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  29. WombatBitch

    **VOTE RON PAUL PRESIDENT 2012**

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  30. sanarkhos

    Dr. No is always Mr. Optimist :)

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  31. chi8cago

    why haven’t republicans come out and taxed the rich? why haven’t they come out against the fed? this guy is a joke. stay asleep people, stay asleep. Rand paul isn’t going to go against the system. He’ll sell out. They accomplish anything. Why is this newscaster against a policy that benefits his boss? Stay asleep. Stay ignorant.

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  32. VivaMydick

    It is impossible for Egoist to act altruistically , therefore Fed is not fit to be granted such powers

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  33. VivaMydick

    Fed is totally egoistic they have their sub companies like goldman morgan and thousands of others robbing Americans on every level

    not only they have to be abolished but de-capitalized and imprisoned

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  34. VivaMydick

    It is deadly to any country to grant egoistic entity god like power to print nations money ,
    it is insanity on part of people

    Such entity must be totally altruistic and act in interests of majority of people ad not it’s own interests and interests of few rich greedy soulless scumbags

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  35. bodymaan1

    We the People can take our government back.

    Freedom Force International is a network of men and women from all parts of the world who are concerned over loss of personal liberty and expansion of government power. They are not mere complainers. They have a plan to do something about it. They also share a common belief in The Creed of Freedom, which is a statement of principles that guide them in their mission to build a better world.

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