Ron Paul Interview from 11/03/10

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by S2007S, Nov 4, 2010.

  1. S2007S


    Very interesting

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  2. S2007S


    Ron Paul Is About to Totally Revolutionize the House Monetary Policy Panel
    Published: Thursday, 4 Nov 2010 | 4:35 PM ET
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    By: John Carney
    Senior Editor,

    Odds are you haven’t heard of the monetary policy subcommittee. Officially known as the House Subcommittee for Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology, it’s a subdivision of the House Financial Services Committee that has mostly occupied itself with pressing questions of issuing commemorative coins and whether or not to eliminate the penny.

    That’s about to change. Ron Paul, the Republican Congressman from Texas, is the ranking member of the monetary policy subcommittee, and when the next Congress takes over he’ll likely be the chairman of the subcommittee.

    And Congressman Paul has some big plans.

    “I will approach that committee like no one has ever approached it because we’re living in times like no one has ever seen,” Paul said in an interview with NetNet Thursday.

    Paul said his first priority will be to open up the books of the Federal Reserve to the American people.

    “We need to create transparency there. To see what it is they are buying and lending, and who it is they are dealing with,” Paul said.

    Paul mentioned that he hoped to use subcommittee hearings to educate the public about the causes of business cycles—which he believes are mainly attributable to monetary manipulation by central bankers.

    Monetary reform is also on the agenda. Paul is a noted advocate of the gold standard.

    “We will have to have monetary reform,” Paul said. “I think those on the other side of this issue are already planning. They are going to try to replace a bad system with an equally bad system.”
  3. So not trying to diminish what Mr Paul is advocating, but why does every Fox clip I click on feel like a paid infomercial.
  4. To Congressman Ron Paul and all other true Constitutional members of government..........

    "PATRIOTS are awaiting your orders asymmetrical worldwide 72 hour SHOCK & AWE campaign against all Globalist Wealth Entity Centralized Banking operations would be OUR HONOR!!!" :cool:

    Operation THUNDERSTRUCK! :eek: :cool:


    It's quite simple - with added paper banks buy Gold. If they know that QE has limited ability to ignite the US economy (perhaps no ability at all), then why go ahead with it this time round?
  6. simple- start a war- war is good for a economy- look at history-ww1- ww2
  7. joe4422


    Also, if the FED is under threat, we're all under threat. The Fed is where the secret powers that be sit. They would rather us all die than to lose their power. This is a great reason for them to start world war 3.
  8. Take them DOWN! It well past the time to let ALL THE CHIPS fall where they may! :cool:
  9. joe4422


    Do you really think they'll allow themselves to fall? The one US President who attempted to take on the Fed was killed shortly after. That was JFK.
    #10     Nov 6, 2010