To Abolish the Federal Reserve
edited: Thursday, February 07, 2008
By M.L Bushman
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Posted: Thursday, February 07, 2008
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A simple, low risk way to effect revolution...
Without a doubt we need to abolish the Federal Reserve. And although I agree with the tax protesters in this country that there is no law requiring US citizens living and working in the US to pay taxes, I also know that regular people fear the gestapo IRS. And without the common man and woman, this revolution will not succeed.
To bring down the Federal Reserve, we only need to do two things, neither of which involves the IRS. We can deal with them later.
One is we all write a letter to our senators and representatives telling them that if they do not get off their asses and abolish the Federal Reserve, we're all going to quit paying our credit cards at some date in the near future. Then we pick a date and do it.
Credit cards are unsecured debt, meaning you put up no collateral to borrow the money. And this is money the banks borrow from the tyrannical Federal Reserve at a maximum of six percent interest to lend to you at a higher rate. Six percent max. It doesn't mean that the banks currently pay that much interest on the money they borrow to lend to you, it just means that's the cap, the most allowable by law.
When was the last time you paid six percent interest on any sort of credit card? When the dollars were loosely flowing in the last couple of years, you might've gotten a house loan for less, a little less, but you can bet the bank loaning you the money paid half what you're paying, if that. So think about those credit cards, the interest you pay, and what might happen to these banks, and the economies of the nation and the world, if enough of us decided not to pay those bills until Congress abolishes the Federal Reserve, starts complying with the Constitution in issuing the currency, and returns to working for us again instead of a group of bankers trying to take over not only our country, but the entire world.
Let's write our senators and representatives, inform them that their employers, we the People, are not paying another credit card payment until they abolish the Federal Reserve. In addition, we will not pay one penny in late fees or interest on our current balances, nor one quarter of one percent in higher interest, while we wait for our Congress to actually do something for us for a change and get this job done.
You see, there is almost no risk to the common man and woman in protesting in this manner, which will make increasing support for this revolution even easier to accomplish. The worst thing that can happen is a bad credit rating, and maybe wages garnished, but that's a giant maybe. It costs the banks a pretty penny to send out garnishment paperwork to the employer each month and a person can cost the banks even more money by merely quitting the job and getting a new one, thus forcing them to track the person down. Or we can all just save the money we've been spending on these credit card payments and if they should be so stupid as to try and garnish our wages, we can simply quit for a while.
The only way to effect change without bloodshed is to hit these bankers and their corporate supporters where it hurts--in the pocketbook. Don't pay the credit cards, don't fly, don't buy new cars, drive only as little as you have to, etc. and so forth. Curtail your spending completely. And if Congress should try to stop this protest on behalf of the tyrants on the Federal Reserve, then we'll know it's going to get bloody, but we'll also have a whole lot more support for throwing the puppets out of Washington and starting over again.
July 4th would be perfect, don't you think? I do. What about the rest of you?