Fed Corruption has introduced four new petitions that all Americans should be ready to sign right now. These petitions are designed to chip away at the freedom killing policies that they are creating in Washington right now.
We are seeking to remove the USA from the UN, and close the TSA along with a petition to end the Fed, and remove the USA from UN Agenda 21. We all know that these things along with the borders being left open, and nu-managed are killing our freedoms.
We plan to regularly add new petitions to our web site. Our idea is to return the power to the people in this country. If we are to do this we need your help,and what we ask is truly easy; you don't even have to move away from your computer.
Fed Corruption has has enough of the main stream news outlets only telling as much truth as they are told to. This is how the peoples web site was originated, and how we plan to keep it going.
Fed Corruption is based around the idea of giving the people a place to sound off about the things that are ruining this country. For us to return this country back to it's former self the beacon of hope and freedom for people everywhere, we must find a common voice and work together.
It's not about you, or I; it's about something much bigger then that. If we don't get together we will lose our country to the evil that is running it now. It's time to think about all of the good that can be done when we all have the same goal.
The time has come for us to take action, I don't mean a civil war. It's time to get the word out, it's time that you let your neighbour know, and so on. The people are the last an final hope for our country, we are the saviours of our way of life, and our dignity.
This is the idea behind our petitions get the people behind a cause that they believe in. In this way we will build a strong union, and a dedicated group of people looking to help this country through the bad times.
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