End The FED Must Merge With Occupy Wall Street
October 8, 2011
Dr Michael Hudson said we need to go beyond Left and Right and form an anti-banker party. It is in this spirit that I wrote this.
There is a battle going on between the much older End the FED movement which has been around for many years and the Occupy Wall Street group of protests that seems to have a lot of money and media attention.
The End the FED movement began with Ron Paul supporters who opposed the Federal Reserve. But there has been an anti-Federal Reserve movement active in America for more than 100 years. In fact the movement began even before the Federal Reserve Act was passed in 1913. Congressman Charles Lindbergh Sr. opposed passage of the Act because it would create inflations and Depressions.
The Tea Party movement began with Ron Paul supporters who were anti-war and anti Federal Reserve. But it was infiltrated with Jewish money from the Koch brothers and foot soldiers from the Christian Zionists so the present hijacked movement bears no resemblance to what originally bore the name Tea Party.
Since the Occupy Wall Street and the End the Fed people are demonstrating in the same parts of town, there will be cross communication between the two groups. That can be very useful if the message is powerful, direct and and simple.