Skip to comments.“End the Fed” Rallies are Exploding Throughout Germany
Posted on 06/24/2014 12:43:42 PM PDT by Lorianne
This is a fascinating development and one that I had no idea was happening until today. It seems that rallies are spreading throughout Germany protesting the corrupt and dying global status quo. One of the key targets of these groups is the U.S. Federal Reserve system, which as I and many others have maintained, is the core cancer infecting the entire planet.
According to the organizer of these rallies, they have now spread to up to 100 cities and have a combined attendee base of around 20,000. What is also interesting, is that the mainstream media in Germany is calling them Nazis. In Germany, if you dont support Central Banking, this apparently means you are a Nazi. What a joke. Just more proof mainstream media everywhere is complete and total propaganda. It is also a good sign, since it shows the desperate lengths to which the power structure will go to keep their criminal ponzi alive.
Do these folks seem like Nazis to you?
Establishment is Afraid of End The Fed Movement in Germany
Without the Internet you, nor I (now) would have even heard about this. The Internet dilutes power. This is a very good thing.
Let’s say we end the Fed. What then? Is it better? How?
I’d be more impressed if there were hundreds of rallies in Germany demanding the end of the European Central Bank. It sounds like this “movement” is just another expression of left-wing anti-Americanism.
Who’s behind this? Last year during the German election campaign there were signs calling for a global Glass-Steagall act. The website listed, www.bueso.de, turned out to have connections to LaRouche.
I’m not so sure. They seem to get that it is all tied together in one big system .... one of them mention the BIS.
It is interesting how they are being smeared by the media just as the tea party was with being racists. That tells me that they are hitting a nerve
The two guys with crew cuts at 5:05 in the video do look like neo-Nazis. Note also the muslim woman in a head scarf standing next to them.
I think they are using that as a touchstone to talk about all central banking in general.
Ending the FED is a very stupid idea.
In the best case we go back to the gold standard and have major depressions every 20 years like we did when we were on the gold standard.
But it would probably be far worse now. Because gold production isn’t keeping up with the worlds population. Thus the supply of gold per person has shrunk dramatically. That means speculators like George Soros could make a mint destabilizing the markets. It also means major deflation.
These foreigners probably want the FED to end, because the FED is controlled by hundreds of thousands American banks and Presidential appointees and that means those foreigners can’t manipulate it.
Agreed. We need to keep up with things that are going on all over, good and bad.
Knowledge is power
Exactly, why aren’t these Germans rallying to end the European Central Bank?
They seem to realize all the central banks are tied together and have common interests.
Okay, and what’s the solution to that?
Pointing out faults without offering solutions is a waste of time. (pragmatic solutions)
You do realize saying something like that is equivalent to our media saying ... look there in the crowd, there are two guys who look like racists ... etc, which they did to the tea party a lot .... picked out one or two from every crowd to make judgments of all the rest.
Seems like some people are just walking by and stopped to listen to the speakers. We have no idea if they are part of the protests or not.
I’d wait and see how this turns out.
Could be. Or it could be a mix of left and right with a common interests.
Seems like they are being painted by the media as right-wing and Nazis or racists (sound familiar?). That tells me they are over a target.
You were the one who asked “Do these folks seem like Nazis to you?” So I answered your question in the affirmative. The source of the video is highly suspect too: wearechange.org. The sell truther merchandise at their website.
Might have something to do with the Fed pilfering their national supply of gold.
Sort of like if a group of German bankers stole Fort Knox.
That still doesn’t answer the question of why they aren’t rallying against the ECB. That would be the logical place to start if they are really against the modern banking system.
That wasn’t me asking that. That was from the article.
The reason he asked that is that the media is painting them as Nazis and anti semetic even though, according to them, they are only talking about fiscal issues.
It’s the media who are equating being against banker with being Jewish (as usual the media are the ones who are racist)
I agree they should. But maybe they are. I don’t know German and the speeches weren’t translated. They were talking to an American journalist so maybe they focused on that. They seemed to realize that the Fed was started in 1913 and other countries soon followed suit.
It’s hard sometimes with the language difference. I’d like to see some of the speeches translated.
What are talking about? The U.S. didn’t “pilfer” German gold. Germany freely transferred it to the U.S. during the Cold War to safeguard it in the event that the Soviet Union over ran Europe. Germany has asked for it back and to fulfill that request the U.S. is now in the process of sending it back to Germany.
lol, yeah it could have something to do with that.
I’d be a tad miffed about that myself
GRRRRRREAT news! HOORAY Germans!
“Germany has asked for it back and to fulfill that request the U.S. is now in the process of sending it back to Germany.”
Not exactly. The FED has drug it’s heels so long many in the world are questioning if the gold exists.
Where I live was once a stronghold for the LaRouches, you could not move on a weekend without running into them.
Mark Fairchild and Janice Hart!
OH, what fun it was!!!
There have been numerous scare stories in goldbug blogs about this so-called foot-dragging. The repatriation of German gold is on schedule according to this interview with Carl-Ludwig Thiele, member of the Executive Board of the Deutsche Bundesbank, published in Handelsblatt on 19 February 2014:
Germany should rejoice now that this 20 year FDP politician has reassured them.
I agree with these Germans. The fed is corrupt andneeds to be ended.
I don’t agree with a global anything ‘act’ (law), but what is wrong with calling for a return to the Glass-Steagall Act in this country or laws similar to it in other countries?
Nothing. I'd support it. But I'm not comfortable being in the company of wing nuts like Lyndon LaRouche.
See William Safire's NY Times columns "Don't Bank on It" (Apr 16, 1998) and "Running Huge Risks" (Nov 1, 1999) opposing repeal. Among his points: No private enterprise should be allowed to think of itself as ''too big to fail.'' Beware the slippery slope to crony capitalism.
Nobody said anything about Lyndon LaRouche