On The Money with Peter Hebert

July 11, 2011

On The Money with Peter Hebert, “Armed Cops Flash Mob the Federal Reserve Bank of New York,” July 11, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 11:13 PM

Bankster insiders and Internet trolls from the Federal Bureau of Investigation using Facebook panicked when they learned that Danny Panzella of Staten Island, New York planned a flash mob protest in front of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in Manhattan. Mr. Panzella took the ferry from Staten Island across the New York Harbor to Manhattan for the planned June 22, 2011 flash mob event, and then walked several blocks into lower Manhattan.

There were just two problems with the plan. First, over 40 armed policemen showed up to surround and secure the perimeter of the nation’s central nervous system of predatory financial capitalism. Second, just two protestors showed up – Mr. Panzella and his four-month-old son Xander, who was strapped to his chest with a child harness. The nation’s leading bankster leveraged the city’s resources and what followed was that the armed policemen were the ones to flash mob the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

(40 armed policemen guarded the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, because of Mr. Panzella and his four-month-old son).

Who looked like a complete jack ass? Three parties: the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the New York City Police Department, and Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

First, the terrified personnel within the Federal Reserve Bank of New York got its money’s worth in extra security to protect the fortress from a young father and his adorable son. What was the threat? The First Amendment, of course.

Second, the armed police, who were pulled away from New York City’s Dunkin’ Donuts, were schooled in collapse economics. Mr. Panzella wasted no time, and handed out informational flyers to the shamed faced policeman. He spoke to them about the nation’s banking cartel that was responsible for the boom-bust cycles and bail out scams on tax payers. It was all in a day’s work in exercising free speech and social responsibility.

And, third, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg picked up the tab for these policemen to hear Mr. Panzella describe the many failures of financial and rentier capitalism. Ironically, the city paid to have those policemen schooled in the failed business model of central banking on the front steps of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Kudos to Mr. Panzella. Every event planner should take note, because of the many delicious ironies.

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