H.R.833 - Federal Reserve Board Abolition Act

To abolish the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal reserve banks, to repeal the Federal Reserve Act, and for other purposes. view all titles (3)

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  • Official: To abolish the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal reserve banks, to repeal the Federal Reserve Act, and for other purposes. as introduced.
  • Popular: Federal Reserve Board Abolition Act as introduced.
  • Short: Federal Reserve Board Abolition Act as introduced.

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  • Anonymous 02/15/2009 2:09pm
    Quote: JFK signed an Executive Order to eradicate these excuses for humanity from their death-grip on America, but we know what that got him!

    Andrew Jackson was able to bring down the banks in his day. It’s on his tombstone, “I killed the Bank”. He also survived the first assassination attempt. At a funeral, a man pulled out two guns that both misfired.(1 in a 125000 chance) they tried to get him but missed.

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    Anonymous 02/21/2009 5:58pm
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    Andrew Jackson was also a genocidal monster, and he blatantly and deliberately exceeded the powers granted to the President by the Constitution in order to “kill the Bank”. If only that assassin had brought better guns.

  • kennyvaughan 02/16/2009 2:09pm
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    I am in total support of this bill, i just dont ever want to support ron paul. The zeitgeist film is one of the most bogus, poorly researched film that doesnt even have its paganism right.

    God Bless You And Always Be With You All,


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    mattpileggi 03/31/2009 8:13am

    You lost me, Kenny. What does Ron Paul have to to with zeitgeist, and why would you never want to support him? Perhaps they were two different comments (I agree about zeitgeist, btw, but don’t see why it’s in the same breath as supporting Ron Paul).

    Ron Paul is a pure Constitutionalist and he wants to return us to the basics of the Constititution as it was written by our founders. I don’t agree 100% with every stance he takes but why would you not want to support someone who seeks to restore the power, and respect, of the Constitution?

    The whole point of this freedom experiment was to leave the power with the people, to allow them free enterprise to foster ingenuity, compassion, charity, and prosperity. It’s clear that the more we abandon the Constitution, the more we lose hope in those tenants of life lived freely.

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    The movie is free and it gives insight into the Federal Reserve Bank, how it started, etc.

    The Money Masters – How International Bankers Gained Control of America

    “THE MONEY MASTERS is a 3 1/2 hour non-fiction, historical documentary that traces the origins of the political power structure that rules our nation and the world today. The modern political power structure has its roots in the hidden manipulation and accumulation of gold and other forms of money. The development of fractional reserve banking practices in the 17th century brought to a cunning sophistication the secret techniques initially used by goldsmiths fraudulently to accumulate wealth. With the formation of the privately-owned Bank of England in 1694, the yoke of economic slavery to a privately-owned “central” bank was first forced upon the backs of an entire nation, not removed but only made heavier with the passing of the three centuries to our day. Nation after nation, including America, has fallen prey to this cabal of international central bankers."

  • rmcc4444 03/04/2009 9:31pm

    HELL to the YES!

  • MTPatriot 03/05/2009 12:26am

    The privately owned Federal Reserve System is in control of the money supply and therefore has the ability to create inflation and deflation at will.

    These are the numbers listed at www.frbatlanta.org
    June 30, 1980 $ 127,097,192,148 $ 570.51
    June 30, 1990 $ 266,902,367,798 $ 1,062.86
    June 30, 2000 $ 571,121,194,344 $ 2,075.63

    I can only imagine what next years numbers will show!

  • MTPatriot 03/05/2009 12:38am

    Congressman Wright Patman attempted to investigate the Federal Reserve. He introduced a bill which would have authorized a full and independent audit of the System by the General Accounting Office. Patman claimed that the audit was essential to give the public’s elected representatives complete and accurate information on the internal operations of the System, SINCE THEY HAD NOT BEEN AUDITED SINCE THEIR INCEPTION IN 1913.

    Patman was frankly astonished by the opposition to his bill. He wrote: “Although I had anticipated that officials of the Federal Reserve System would vigorously oppose my bill, I am frankly amazed by the massive lobbying campaign now underway, to prevent enactment of the measure. This itself is further proof, if any is needed, that a thorough and independent audit…is an absolute necessity in the public interest.”

  • MTPatriot 03/05/2009 12:39am

    Congressman Patman did score a “small victory,” however. The Congress passed his bill but attached an amendment that will limit the audit to administrative expenditures only, presumably the expense accounts of the executives of the System, the numbers of pencils purchased per employee, etc., hardly what Patman had in mind.

    Later Congressman Patman, Chairman of the House Banking Committee, was removed from his Chairmanship after the elections of 1974, because, as one Congressman voting to remove him told one of his constituents, Patman was “too old.”

    Or maybe “too smart!”
    -Ralph Epperson

  • MTPatriot 03/05/2009 12:42am

    Wright Patman (1893-1976) was a DEMOCRATIC representative from Texas, who served in the U.S. Congress from 1929 to his death on March 7, 1976. He was chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Banking and Currency for 40 years. For 20 of those years, he introduced legislation to repeal the Federal Reserve Banking Act of 1913.

    I applaud Congressman Paul’s attempts at righting an injustice we have suffered in this country for 96 years.

  • Mrs_B 03/09/2009 10:11am

    END THE FED! END THE FED! America is now owned by an offshore international banking cartel! Soon we will pay our taxes directly to them! They are planning the same take-down as occurred in the Depression because, frankly, they LIKED the results! Get ready for food shortages, homeless tent cities, and coming martial law.

  • cdwhatley 03/17/2009 2:32pm

    I am so thankful that someone in Congress recognizes that the Federal Reserve is a detriment to our nation. I salute Ron Paul for taking the lead on this issue. We must get rid of the Fed and the system of debt that they are running in this country. It’s time to move the power out of the hands of a few powerful unelected officials and back into the hands of the people.

  • ZAPEM 03/25/2009 2:30pm

    Watch the Obama Deception. It explains everything about the Federal Reserve and all the people connected to its corruption. We not only need this corporation out of this country, we need to confiscate back all the money they STOLE. That should fix the deficit and then some. CROOKS!

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    glenn_cer 04/01/2009 8:14pm

    we put

  • Sci129 03/26/2009 12:26pm
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    The FED is the biggest scam in history but it is only the door down the rabbit hole. The fed is the means by which the elite steal our money and it is 100% facism. People need to wake the he*l up and realize that this whole recession and soon to be depression is manufactured. This is the best and most important bill to come out in the last 96 years and we must all contact our reps and make them pass this. If we don’t, the US and the world for that matter will never be the same.

    Learn more at www.infowars.com

  • glenn_cer 04/01/2009 8:10pm

    06-04-63 a virtually unknown Presidential decree E.O. 11110 was signed with the authority to basically strip the F. R. Bank of its power to loan money to the United States Federal Government at interest With the stroke of a pen President Kennedy declared that the privately owned F.R. Bank would soon be out of business We can now safely conclude that this E.O. has never been repealed amended or superceded by any subsequent E.O. In simple terms it is still valid When Kennedy was assassinated It appears obvious that President Kennedy knew the Federal Reserve Notes being used as the purported legal currency were contrary to the Constitution of the United States of America In a comment made to a Columbia University class on 11-12-63 Ten days before his assassination President Kennedy allegedly said The high office of the President has been used to foment a plot to destroy the Americans freedom and before I leave office I must inform the citizen of this plight

  • kgotjesus2001 04/03/2009 4:14am

    If this were to pass, we could have our country back and most of our problems would be solved!

  • dkwalburg 04/19/2009 9:55am

    There are the secret people; the masons, the oddfellows, the Federal Reserve, cockroaches….they all run when the light comes on. Evil begets evil. Evil thrives on darkness.

  • Watchman72 04/19/2009 6:56pm

    Hi everyone. I am 36 years old and wonder why did’t they do anything before. I just recently woke up. my eyes have been closed for 7 years. After being introduced to Alex Jones and watchimg EndGames and Obama Deception, I can’t believe anything my government says because we the People do not run the government. The Bilderberg Do! As I learn everyday, I work real hard to help Abolish the Fed Support HR 833.

  • danholzer34 05/08/2009 4:43am

    This is a wonderful idea.The powers that be WILL NEVER LET IT BE ABOLISHED!

  • danholzer34 05/11/2009 4:31am

    Abolishing the fed and eliminating the income tax are the first steps on the path to starving the progressives out of existence.

  • lbrownusc59 07/14/2009 6:08am

    Does anyone really want the Obama administration to ’manage the fiscal and financial engine of the United States?

    Folks, it sounds nice to abolish this and that with one swift bit of legislation (at least Mr. Paul’s bill is less than 10 pages).

    However we must always be very careful of what we wish for— It may come true.

    What happens after the Fed is abolished? Seems to me far better to deal with enemies we know.

    By the way the people are in charge. Think not, try the ballot box; and post cards, not email, with handwritten notes, one at a time.

  • chefcj 08/12/2009 3:54am

    As has been proven in the recent and not so recent past, the market can not regulate itself AT ALL. Greed in the marketplace has taken away ability to self-regulate, like a puppy with an open bag of food, eat until it gets sick and then eat more.The government has enough to to without trying to spending months making a decision that requires hours to make. The sole purpose of the foundation of the Fed was to have a separate entity to establish these markers for the economy to operate within to regulate the overall picture. Rep. Paul wants to point the finger at them for giving money away whn it is the market itself that fell apart and require some type of intervention before a complete implosion. Even Former Chairman Greenespan said that he never thought that the market would do things that would be so self-destructive for short-term profits. Look it up.

  • Theodrin 09/09/2010 1:07pm

    I like using metal money – here, we have a little “metal standard”, where we use metal money that the value is either very hard to change or impossible. It does of course fluctuate in proportion to the value of the fake green dollar. The Fed is extremely unconstitutional, and this bill should have appeared long ago… Except… How is this going to go through? It was introduced a while ago!

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