This article is a cross post from the Poster Revolution’s sister site, theTrepaNation.com.
On November 22nd, 1910 nearly one quarter of the worlds wealthiest financiers convened at Jeckyll Island, Georgia to develop what three short years later would become the Central Banking cartel known as the Federal Reserve. Since then this quasi corporate/governmental, or “Corporatist” organization has tightened it’s grasp on our economy and currency. This central meddling has since manifested depressions and recessions, and presided over a 98% collapse of the value of the U.S. Dollar.
98 years later to the day a movement was born and aimed its candle of illumination at the Fed for all to see. That movement is END THE FED. The year prior I had begun delving into principals of economics in the wake of the financial meltdown. My studies brought me to Austrian Economics, Ron Paul and the infamous Federal Reserve. With a thorough understanding, a passion for design and shit-ton of youthful zeal I jumped at the chance to take part in the Los Angeles END THE FED rally. I came armed with stacks of original Info Graphic flyers, and bold signs. The rallies took part nation wide, and have increased in size every year since.
This year is the 102nd anniversary of the beginning of the end, and it is quite the special occasion. Not because of any significant date, but due to the rise in another significant movement. Occupy Wall Street. While not all the occupiers yet agree with, or understand the END THE FED message, those who are given insight into the nature of the Fed’s inseparable complicity with the financial giants of Wall St. are beginning to come around. Read More