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Issues we are currently focused on include:

 

9-11 Truth  

Thousands of experts agree: the events of 9-11 did not happen as reported by our government. For one, it is clear that explosives were responsible for the destruction of all three World Trade Center skyscrapers.  Experts have called for a truly independent investigation.

It would not be the first time that our government lied about an incident that led to military action. The truth of the 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident, which lead to escalation of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War, did not become known until 2005 when an internal National Security Agency historical study was declassified.

What is the status of the 9-11 truth movement?

  • International investigations have been conducted, and another is planned in September 2011 in Toronto

  • Public opinion polls of within the U.S. show very mixed results:   

  • An Angus Reid 2010 poll showed that only 15% of Americans think claims that the collapse of the World Trade Center was the result of a controlled demolition are credible

  • A 2006 Scripts News poll show a third of Americans suspect a 9-11 government conspiracy

Major media outlets coverage is scant, and when it does receive attention, the reporting is usually dismissive of both groups fighting for truth and the evidence.

Architects and Engineers for 9-11 Truth

Scientists for 9-11 Truth

Pilots for 9-11 Truth

Fire Fighters for 9-11 Truth

Gulf of Tonkin incident

 

End The Fed

What is the Federal Reserve System?  The Federal Reserve is part of a private global banking cartel. ‘It has public and private aspects.  It was created by Congress in 1913. One of the Fed’s most important responsibilities is conducting monetary policy - influencing interest rates and the availability of money and credit in our economy.  The Congress has instructed to Fed to manage monetary policy so as to promote maximum employment and stable prices.’ 1

Why should Congress abolish the Federal Reserve?    The system is fraudulent and as expressed by many noted economists ‘the Fed has done a dismal job’. 2  

Why is Ending the Fed important? The policies of the Fed are the core reason for many of the problems facing the U.S. today.  It allows for the unlimited issuance of currency and is the cause of 95% of our inflation today.  Additionally, as lender of last resort, the Feds actions have fostered careless risk taking by corporations and unfettered spending by Congress. 3   And it is the flaws in a central bank system that make necessary to have a lender of last resort.2   

What are the alternatives?  There are three primary alternatives proposed by economist:

Did we have booms and bust before the Fed?  Yes, but they were not as severe and did not last as long. 2

 

If we End the Fed will my bank deposit be insured?  FDIC, which insures deposits at participating banks, is not part of the Federal Reserve - the FDIC is an independent Federal agency. 4

 

Is there government oversight of the Fed?  It is said that there is congressional oversight, essentially this means Congress can call Fed board members in and ask them questions, but the government has no say over the Fed’s policies - the Fed operates independently.

 

Is the Fed subject to audits?  The Fed has agreed to limited audits, but a full audit that includes all aspects of its operations, such as the transfer of funds to foreign institutions, is not yet allowed.  Several in Congress continue to push for a full audit.

 

What are the alternatives?  Economists have outlined reasoned alternatives, which could be implemented relatively quickly.  The primary alternatives are:

 

1) Rules-bound currency - the government would issue currency based on a fixed rate – this could be tied to population, a productivity index, nominal income, or a like factors

2) Commodity-bound currency - currency can be exchanged for a given commodity (e.g. silver or gold)

3) Free-banking system – private individual banks issue their own notes and compete for customers

These alternatives, either alone or in combination, have been used in the past, and some are still in use in other countries.  For example, in the U.S. from 1837 to 1863 private banks issued their own gold and silver backed notes. The system ran into problems only because of interference from the government (Civil War legislation was passed that allowed national banks to issue their own notes only if every dollar was backed by $1.10 in federal government bonds, and state-chartered banks were forced to withdraw altogether from the currency business by a prohibitive tax assessment.) 2

            

             1)     http://www.federalreserve.gov/faqs/about_12594.htm

2)     http://www.cato.org/pubs/articles/tir_14_04_01_selgin.pdf

3)     http://www.themoneymasters.com/monetary-reform-act/

4)     http://www.fdic.gov/about/learn/symbol/index.html

 

Environmental Issues

We are faced with numerous environmental concerns.  Some are caused by the actions of corporations, others by government.  These concerns our group is presently addressing include:

Remove Fluoride from Drinking Water Statewide - Fluoride is commonly added to the water supply as hydrofluosilicic acid, silicofluoride, or sodium fluoride. The addition of fluoride to drinking water is voluntary - it is recommended by numerous federal and state public health agencies, to help prevent tooth decay.  About 60% of the public drinking water supply in the U.S. is fluorinated.  Studies show that fluoridation reduces tooth decay by 18 to 40 percent.  The effort to remove fluoride statewide starts with the Denver Water Department that provides drinking water to 1.3 million people.  Fluoride is natural in Denver Water and only added when needed to meet newly established recommended concentration of 0.6–0.7 mg/L.  The problem is fluoride, especially silicofluorides, which Denver Water uses, have been linked to a number of health risk.  

http://www.denverwater.org/WaterQuality/WaterSafety/Fluoride/

http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Risk/fluoridated-water

http://www.fluoridealert.org/health/index.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_fluoridation_controversy

Radiation - concerns related nuclear plant safety and the release of radiation.  When an earthquake, and subsequent tsunami, struck the nuclear plants in Japan were damaged there were concerns that radiation was released the U.S.   The EPA monitors radiation throughout the area as part of its RadNet system, which measures levels in air, drinking water, milk and rain.  In addition most states monitor the air for any changes in radiation levels.  In order to do testing in specific areas, some of the group’s members are working on ways to make electronic radiation testers available. 

Chemical toxins in our environment – Chemtrails initially look like contrails, which is condensation caused when the exhaust from airplanes momentarily condenses ice crystals.  However, chemtrails linger for hours.  They are usually seen in a grid pattern.  Chemtrails will spread out to form large areas of “cloud” cover.   Individuals began noticing these around 1998.  Today groups are monitoring the skies and chemical tests are being done on soils.  This may relate to certain geo-engineering efforts, but it is unknown, and petitions have circulated on line calling for an investigation.

Label and Ban GM Food   Genetically Modified food is "food" that has been altered at the genetic level in order to produce herbicides or pesticides.  It has not been studied extensively or in any long term legitimate way by the U.S. or U.S. corporations.  Soy, corn, cotton and canola are the most prevalent G.M.O.'s in our food supply.  This food is made in a lab by using a gene gun or using different bacteria.  It can pollinate other plants and the main company Monsanto can sue you for that.