Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Alex Jones Launches "Occupy the Federal Reserve"

A counterweight to clueless "Occupy Wall Street" protesters is developing. Alex Jones is urging his supporters to take to the streets outside branches of the Federal Reserve at locations across the country.

A Jones press release says the action is not just to protest, but "to 'occupy' the source of real monetary tyranny in the U.S. The intent is to focus media attention not just on vague calls to ‘reform’ capitalism but to attempt to reign in the shadow banking cartel itself. The corruption of Wall Street is but a symptom of this unaccountable entity that holds a grip over finance, politics and freedom everywhere."

Jones himself will appear at three branches in Texas, including the the District 11 Federal Reserve in Dallas, as well as its subsidiaries in Houston and San Antonio (. Jones stated that it is hoped that a longer presence can be maintained at one or more of the locations throughout the nation, including possible campers and long-term demonstrators, in order to draw news coverage and expose the bank that remains obscure and little known to most Americans.


Jones will be at the following locations at the following times:

Dallas Federal Reserve
Friday Oct. 7 @ 6pm
2200 North Pearl Street
Dallas, TX 75201-2272
(214) 922-6000

Houston Branch of the Dallas Federal Reserve
Sat. Oct. 8 @ High Noon
1801 Allen Pkwy
Houston, TX 77019-2507
(713) 483-3000

San Antonio Branch of the Dallas Federal Reserve
Sunday Oct. 9 @ 10am – Noon

126 E Nueva
San Antonio, TX 78204-1020
(210) 224-2141


  1. Mr. Wenzel, please stop supporting, posting, and propping up Alex Jones. It does such a disservice to rational non-interventionists and libertarians to draw an association with an unstable conspiracy theorists (do a quick google search). If anything we need to be disassociating ourselves from him and his irrational followers.


  2. "unstable conspiracy theorists"?
    "irrational followers"?

    Uh, ok, sure.

  3. Alex is "out there".

    I don't know if some of his more outrageous "conspiracy theories" have any validity, but many of the so-called "conspiracy theories" he HAS covered are based in undeniable fact. The FEMA "concentration camps" are disavowed by the MSM, but anyone with a Google browser and some initiative can find them, and the interviews that various people have tried to conduct regarding them have been met with silence and police/military intervention. The legislation authorizing them is officially recorded in the congressional docket, even though the pussies that inserted the official language deny it.

    Don't try to deny they exist.

    The "Fusion Centers" that are allegedly "private" but collect terabytes of confidential data each week on US citizens- at the behest of the US gov't- are also real, and well-documented by many.

    Jones is an "extremist" but we live in an extreme, and extremely fragile and dangerous time.

    I'm sure 99.9999% of the US newspapers denied that there were Japanese interment camps in the 1940s. It doesn't make them any less real, does it?

  4. @Anonymous (October 5, 2011 2:58 PM)...

    Even better, you can use the opportunity provided by Mr. Wenzel to present your "rational" argument against whatever "irrational" theory you think Wenzel is "supporting, posting, and propping up". So far, all you've presented is an unconvincing ad hominem.

    If you're just making a blanket statement that everything Jones says is "irrational" -- which would mean you are pro-central-bank, pro-empire, pro-IMF, etc. -- then you must be new to this site since those pro-central-planning views aren't popular here.

  5. In short...9/11 truther. Does anything else need to be said to invalidate this man?

  6. So, you believe the government story of 9/11 ( even though the lead investigators disavow their report and say they were lied to serially by administration officials) and think that questioning it is foolish?

    Well, I can see why you hate Alex Jones- if you listened, your little brain would explode.

    Anon@904am, you're a fucking moron.

  7. @Anonymous (October 6, 2011 9:04 AM)...

    I don't know if you're the same anonymous as October 5, 2011 2:58 PM but, yes, you need to do more than call someone a name to "invalidate" them (whatever the f**k that means).