There is a spontaneous protest planned in those cities with Federal Reserves and their branches on April 1st, April Fool's Day. Beautiful. If anyone is a fool it is the American public who has been getting fleeced by a few rich families under the Federal Reserve scheme since 1913.
A PRIVATE organization made up of the wealthiest banking families in the WORLD, who manipulate the currency markets, print U.S. Federal Reserve notes which are purchased by our Treasury at a 2% interest rate and re-distributed by our Treasury circumventing our Constitution's absolute prohibition of the federal government printing money. The notes are not backed by anything (like gold) other than perceived worth (value). This is FIAT currency.
The Federal Reserve was created ostensibly to prevent inflationary cycles and bank runs. In reality they have inflated the currency to almost nothingness steadily since its inception in 1913. They manipulated the marketplace to bring about the Great Depression. This led to dramatic powers being conferred onto the federal government to "save" the nation from a economic disaster essentially of its own making. Deliberately?
The federal government's response is to shore up your dollar's worth? No.
The Federal Reserve's response is to shore up your dollars worth? No. Along with the federal government the response is to let the dollar collapse and force the taxpayer to bail out the bad loan vendors. The wealthy family bad loan vendors. Hence Bear Sterns being bought up for a $2 a share song by JP Morgan (one of the Federal Reserve founders). Hence hundreds of billions of dollars being printed up and made available to major lending banks (investment banks) to meet payroll.
So your savings and your paycheck is being eroded at an incredible pace so fat cats who made bad loans can force you to bail them out. That is the Federal Reserve. Don't like it? It is too early, as a writer once lamented, to shoot the bastards. But making a sign and protesting in front of your local Federal Reserve will make you feel better, and bring attention to an institution that for too long has been in need of a lynching.
Jim Rogers' opinion
Jacob "Bumper" Hornberger's opinion
Anna Schwartz's opinion
Howard Blitz's opinion
Gary North's opinion
Ron Paul's opinion