|A former member||
Has the group ever considered writing a legal letter to the US Military leaders asking for their help in ending the Fed? What I'm considering is a letter in this format:
"Whereas the Fed has devalued the US Dollar by 98% since its creation;
Whereas the Fed has enabled the creation and financing of unsustainable social Ponzi schemes;
Whereas the Fed has funded a never-ending series of unjust wars that drain our budget, kill and wound our military men and women, and destroy our relationships with numerous countries;
Whereas the Fed has corrupted the US political system and Federal government;
Whereas the Fed had obligated the US taxpayer to current and future debts that will require repayment of more money than exists on our planet;
Whereas the Fed has been and will always be a tool of the domestic and international banking system;
It is time and it is just for the US Military to remove this threat to our nation's existence."
The exact points and wording can be modified and improved. What I'd like is for the lawyers and law students in our group to take this idea and improve on it.
What I would ask the military to do is to order their commanders in the areas hosting the 12 Fed banks to lead a contingent of soldiers to the banks. Surround the banks, arrest the leaders and demand possession of the bank real estate and all property on it: files, notebooks, computers, etc. Once the banks were occupied and an accounting was made of the property, the banks would be given over to the local state governor. Then a new currency could be phased in via a congressional commission.
If a letter was prepared, it may not be useful now. However, in the future, as the dollar devalues and the economy spirals downward, the military may be receptive to the idea.
What do you think?
Any legal beagles out there?