Anti-Federal Reserve Movie “Silver Circle” Hits the Big Screen




Two Lanterns Media is excited to announce the New York City in-theater premiere of Silver Circle, a thrilling new 3D animated dystopian film about a future scenario in which the Federal Reserve causes hyperinflation, forcing a group of rebels to mint their own silver currency.

The movie is packed with action, adventure, and romance and features a compelling storyline that appeals even to those who aren’t up-to-speed on the economic and political implications of central banking. Silver Circle seeks to entertain while also educating the public about the dangers of fiat currency and the Federal Reserve.

A Facebook page has been created for the NYC premiere, which contains further specifics and can be found below.

The premiere event will take place at Cinema Village East in NYC from March 22nd through March 28th. Showings will be held at 1:00pm, 3:00pm, 7:10pm, and 9:15pm on each day of the premiere event. After the 7:10pm showing on opening night (March 22), Austrian economist Peter Schiff will be conducting a Q&A along with the Silver Circle team. Tickets are available at this link.

Check out the trailer for Silver Circle:

In his Feb. 29, 2012 confrontation with Ben Bernanke, Ron Paul had waved one of the coins from the movie, a so-called Silver Circle, at the chairman.

Read the transcript here.

It is currently not known if Ron Paul plans on endorsing the movie.



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  1. Actually, gold relative to goods fluctuates less than gold relative to paper dollars. Its paper dollars that fluctuate a lot, NOT gold.

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  2. Actually, gold relative to goods fluctuates less than gold relative to paper dollars. Its paper dollars that fluctuate a lot, NOT gold.

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  3. Every value is arbitrary. The thing about silver and gold is that they cant be printed and devalued at will.

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  4. Every value is arbitrary. The thing about silver and gold is that they cant be printed and devalued at will.

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  5. IN SILVER I TRUST IN BANKSTERS I NEVER TRUST

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  6. IN SILVER I TRUST IN BANKSTERS I NEVER TRUST

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  7. It is accurate because resources don't have a fixed value; we know this because we can look at the stock exchange and see that gold fluctuates a lot.

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