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Bryan
11-13-2007, 08:09 AM
The content of what should and should not be on a website is important.

I would say for starters it should include:

. Some visual motivation.
. Locations and times for each event.
. Contact information (e-mail) for each person leading an event.
. A way to RSVP would be nice.
. Some educational material, such as articles or videos as to why the Fed should be shut down.

Money, Banking and the Federal Reserve
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-466210540567002553


What should not be on:
- Anything really specific to Ron Paul (he is in the video above which is fine).
???


What else should be on or left off?

kylejack
11-13-2007, 08:10 AM
Nm

constituent
11-13-2007, 09:55 AM
some degree of finesse will be essential. i would expect a large degree of (hate group) plants/agitators eventually trying to ride the coattails.

Most importantly, i would like to see a call for all americans (RP or otherwise) who oppose the war, who oppose corporate welfare, who oppose theft by inflation, market manipulation, discriminatory and predatory lending practices, to join up w/ the cause.

I'd like to see a call for an international day of protest to coincide w/ the fed protests, this would target the IMF and World Bank specifically. There is no reason why individuals of every political stripe would not benefit from participating in such a rally, i'd like to see every effort made to reach out to them as well.

Also, a graphic that shows the trickle down effect visually through the water hose analogy or something, i believe will be key.

Cindy
11-13-2007, 11:17 AM
http://www.321gold.com/fed/greenspan/1966.html

This is a great link to add. It's a Newsletter excerpt written by Alan Greenspan in the 60s talking about the "dirty little secret" Of the Federal Reserve.

AFTFNJ
11-13-2007, 02:00 PM
Can it have an automated system where you can send emails / fax to your government representative ?

constituent
11-14-2007, 08:23 AM
you know what would pretty cool?

if the website was a casino theme right, and in the middle of the
page is a giant atm machine that frames a video box... in the video
box have crazy videos playing of people working, overhead shots
of subdivisions, landfills, waste, all that good stuff, and in the sidebars
have little interactive menus:

History
-Free markets to controlled
-"...on a guilded crucifix...."
-Boom and Bust
-Great Depression
-Tech.
-Housing

Purpose
-Eternal Wealth Redistribution
-Social Engineering

Practice
-Inflation
-Deception
-Theft

Click on the subdivided categories
and it causes clips from the different
fed films out there to be played inside
the atm machine's screen.