Thursday, September 18, 2014

Huge News! 'Audit the Fed' Passes House with a margin of 333 to 92 votes! Take note who voted against it!

H.R. 24 ‘Audit the Fed’ Bill Passes in House
By JC Collins

With all of the other economic and geopolitical events which are taking place this week we can now add the passage of the Audit the Fed bill in Congress.  The bill was overwhelmingly passed with a margin of 333 to 92.

Congressman Ron Broun issued the following statement:

“Today’s passage of the Audit the Fed bill brings us one step closer towards bringing much-needed transparency to our nation’s monetary policy. For the past 100 years, the Federal Reserve, a quasi-government agency, has acted under a veil of secrecy – controlling our monetary policy and thus, our economy. While in recent years, the Fed has been granted a greater role in overseeing the regulation of our financial system, current law specifically prohibits audits of the Federal Reserve’s deliberations, decisions, or actions on monetary policy. This lack of accountability and transparency has led to grievous consequences – and it must end.


“I applaud my colleagues, Republicans and Democrats alike, for their support of this vital bill, and I commend my good friend and former colleague Dr. Ron Paul for his leadership on this important issue. I strongly encourage Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to recall his past support for this legislation – which he stated as recently as 2010 – and to bring this bill before the Senate for a vote, so we may deliver the transparency and government accountability the American people need and deserve.”

The full bill can be read here.

Now that we are on the verge of the economic transition to the multilateral system it is only prudent for the US Government and Treasury to begin distancing itself from the Federal Reserve and start implementing the blame game.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Bix Weir Update - September 17, 2014


Bix Weir email 9-17-14: ALERT: THE GOOD GUYS ATTACKS BEGIN


September 17, 2014 at 12:54pm

With the stock market and US Dollar looking rock solid  due to massive manipulation the Sheeple are fast asleep.

But behind the scenes the battles are RAGING!!!

A few things to take place OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS/WEEKS:

1) Ron Paul's original Audit the Fed Bill gets voted on today. Not sure what to expect but a YES vote speaks volumes as to who is winning the secret battles.

http://investmentwatchblog.com/ron-pauls-audit-the-fed-bill-to-get-a-vote-this-afternoon-call-your-congressperson/

2) Scotland votes tomorrow on their independence and either way the vote goes there should be chaos in the FX Derivative Market...as William Wallace says "FREEDOM!" :-)

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/09/17/us-scotland-independence-markets-analysi-idUSKBN0HC0CI20140917

3) All eyes are on the Fed's FOMC meeting with an announcement due out today. Timing is everything!

http://online.wsj.com/articles/dollar-slips-against-yen-euro-after-hilsenrath-comments-1410887784

4) The new physical gold market, the Shanghai Gold Exchange, made a surprise announcement today that they will begin trading TOMORROW!!!

http://www.resourceinvestor.com/2014/09/16/shanghai-gold-trading-platform-given-surprise-laun

and finally...

5) Senator Carl Levin waits in the wings to BEGIN THE HEARINGS on commodity manipulation.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/08/08/us-usa-commodities-levin-exclusive-idUSKBN0G80EK20140808
 

Hmmm. And everyone thinks the gold and silver markets will NEVER be released from their control.
 
...and this is just through the rest of September!!!
 
May the Road you choose be the Right Road.
 
Bix Weir    www.RoadtoRoota.com

ZAP's Mid Week Report - September 17, 2014

http://fc08.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2013/087/d/3/zap_icon_by_slamiticon-d5z2p3t.pngSubject: Fwd: MID WEEK REPORT
From: 2goforth@Safe-mail.net
Date: Wed, September 17, 2014 6:03 pm

Greetings and Salutations:

The Zapper Got Zapped

Greetings All:

I have the not-so fun, even dubious distinction of advising readers of a heart attack which Uncle Zap recently experienced. Between the mantles of responsibility carried, the gentleman quitting smoking, and the full gauntlet of working through all the world’s concerns at his door, yes the man had a heart attack. Last Friday as it turns out, Zap and I were out over some birthday celebrations and during a motion picture, in a local movie theatre, Zap had a coronary event called a heart attack.

He has since been fully examined in one of our fine Canadian hospitals Sunday night *wink *wink…and it was determined that while still serious, his heart attack may have had some minor damage done to it none the less. One source tells me that after people have recently quit smoking, like Zap just has after such a long extended period of time, that these kinds of events are quite normal, and yes it happened.

Zap has been resting mostly over the last few days and unfortunately his breathing has become quite labored of late and he does need some assistance in bringing those conditions to an end.

Former Fire Marshall Comes Foward About 9/11 Truth and What He Witnessed First Hand

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Published on Sep 16, 2014

A first responder speaks out about what he really saw when 9/11 happened even though his pension is a stake. Joe Biggs and Lee Ann McAdoo talk about humanitarian crisis in the Middle East and Africa and how it effects us in the US.

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WikiLeaks posts the software governments use to spy on dissidents

by Jon Fingas | @jonfingas |http://www.engadget.com

WikiLeaks truck

WikiLeaks’ all-or-nothing approach to revealing shady government activity just took a new (if decidedly risky) turn. Julian Assange and crew have posted FinFisher and FinSpy PC, the intrusion software that Australia, Italy, Pakistan and other countries use to break into and spy on people’s devices, no matter what platform they’re running. The leak site hopes that privacy-minded developers will use the code to improve security and prevent governments from easily cracking down on dissidents; it also puts pressure on Germany to clamp down on FinFisher and live up to its anti-surveillance principles. The strategy may pay off, although there is a worry that unscrupulous downloaders may use the code for more sinister purposes, such as keylogging or webcam monitoring. Let’s hope the tools don’t fall into the wrong hands.

http://wearechange.org/wikileaks-posts-software-governments-use-spy-dissidents/