Weird question but who else thinks this is going to spread to our schools with the message "let our kids learn"?
The most shocking thing was, the crowd ate it up!
We Ron Paul supporters will be gathering at MSM FOX, CNN, MSNBC headquarters in New York for 5 consecutive days, from Saturday, 15th till Wednesday 19th october, to raise our voice against blatant media bias and ignorance towards Ron Paul and his Presidental Campaign and to promote 19th october BlackThisOut! moneybomb, the ultimate Ron Paul grassroots moneybomb, as our responese to that.
Here is some video from the Occupy Fed Rally at Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
I was able to get a small group of Miami locals to meet at a local Fed branch in Miami. The following video recaps the experience:
Seemed like the local media was up to no good, possibly putting out some disinfo to distract attention from the Fed and direct towards the Occupy Miami movement that was taking place in downtown Miami (about 20 minute drive from the Fed bank). Something tells me that, despite the "end the fed" spirit in these Occupy movements, they are being steered as a way to distract people and the media from Fed buildings.
On the street corner outside the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, crowds of Ron Paul supporters with megaphones shouting, “Audit the Fed!” are nothing new.
They were there again today, but they were joined this time by hundreds more demonstrators whose anger has turned not only on the fed, but on all the big banks and corporations that have avoided serious accountability for their role in the financial crisis.
Amazing. Warning strong language.
I've managed to spontaneously gather about 15-20 people so far through facebook to protest the Miami branch of the Federal Reserve: http://www.facebook.com/groups/199748443420956/?id=218019734927160&ref=notif¬if_t=group_activity#!/event.php?eid=275401765815542
The issue is: someone from a Florida Ron Paul group discussed with about 35 other supporters at a meetup on whether or not we should reveal our Ron Paul colors at the protest. The fear is that the local media might use it to distort the RP movement, and label us as "communist Occupy Wall Streeters".
WE ARE THE 99%
OCTOBER 5, 2011. As this movement spreads, perhaps the amorphous reasons people are giving for it will coalesce and become clear. Meanwhile, it seems appropriate to at least point out a few underlying facts about Wall Street, since that’s where it began, with a few college students camping out there.
Wall Street is, as most people know, the home of the stock market, which is a game favored by a whole load of people who want to make their money make money.
in the park in lower Manhattan they have a bunch of containers filled with books for protester to read. If we can get people to donate copies of Ron Paul's "The Revolution", "End the Fed" and "Liberty Defined" someone in NY can get them into the People's Library. Any ideas - use this post to communicate how to make this happen. Oct 14 is soon approaching.
I see a bunch of people looking for leadership. Imagine if Ron Paul went to speak to the protesters?
This is a moment that could bridge our two sides. They just need to hear the Liberty message from the man that wants to bring peace.
THEN.. lets TAKE THE TEA PARTY BACK ON DEC 16TH
Radio host, filmmaker, and the host of Infowars Nightly News Alex Jones is calling for an Occupy Federal Reserve protest this Friday. Alex will personally be at protesting in Dallas as supporters for liberty and sound currency will be at all 12 branches of the Federal Reserve and its headquarters in Washington DC (even though the NY Fed is basically ground zero).
Protests must be peaceful and law abiding. Take video cameras to record everything including the presence and actions of the police. Upload the videos to youtube and spread them to your family and friends. If we can get media attention to this like the Wall Street protests then it will be a great leap against the Federal Reserve
The “Buffett tax rule” being promoted by Occupy Wall Street protesters is exactly what the Wall Street-owned Obama administration wants
Written by Paul Joseph Watson
I think this is a great piece that points out some of the things that happened to the Tea Party movement, and also points out the commonalities between the recent Occupy Wall Street protests and our own Liberty movement. Really, we should no longer buy into the left vs right, democrat vs republican paradigm, as I believe that is deliberately pushed by the establishment to dilute and break up the popular uprising. We all have differences, that's what makes this country so unique, but we also have a common enemy, corporatism, and those who seek to destroy our constitution and our rights.