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End the Fed Nationwide Rallies, November 22nd

By: Steve Johnson

11/19/2009 - 19 Comments

In two days - on Sunday, November 22nd the ‘End The Fed’ movement is organizing rallies in 40+ cities across the nation.

Ron Paul helped start the movement last year with his bill in the house (HR 1207) to audit the Fed.  There is also a bill in the senate (S.604) that is gaining support. 

Ron Paul has also released his new book called ‘End The Fed’, which details how the Fed is behind our economic crisis.  

Currency inflation is the wrench in the system distorting the market and steeling the savings from the public. 

"End The Fed". 


The End the Fed movement is directed at ending the Fed’s role as a secrete central bank of the U.S. that continues to debase the value of the dollar by pumping trillions of dollars into the economy – primarily because of political reasons. 

Millions are expected to attend these nationwide rallies to save the dollar from a complete collapse and save the nation from hyperinflation that the Fed is leading us towards.

Here is the lineup of events nationwide for November 22, 2009:

New York City

Washington, D.C.






Pittsburgh [November 21st]









New Orleans


Milwaukee Carpool to Chicago


St. Louis

Little Rock





Kansas City


Oklahoma City

2201 Farnam Street
Omaha, NE 68102


El Paso


San Antonio

San Francisco

Los Angeles


Salt Lake City


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