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State Bank of Idaho

 

Speakers at the Public Bank meeting in Philadelphia in April.

 

Ellen Brown, Public Banking in America

 

 

 

 

Victoria Grant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brian Cronin introduced HCR030

01/27 House intro - 1st rdg - to printing

Please ask your legislators to support this bill.  You can find your legislators at the link below: Tell your state legislators about making a State Bank of Idaho here.

 

http://papublicbankproject.org/

Example Bill

Will you  help Idaho establish the State Bank of Idaho or help Occupy set up the Occupy Bank or help set up Peoples Bank? All of these banks are the peoples banks.

You can sign a petition at http://www.change.org/petitions/idaho-governor-and-house-and-senate-establish-the-state-bank-of-idaho

Here's the link for another petition: http://signon.org/sign/state-bank?source=c.url&r_by=180033

You can help Idaho State legislators and governor to understand the advantages of the State Bank of Idaho.

For more information: http://www.publicbankinginstitute.org/

http://cloud.snappages.com/8b4c3506d1b4d4ec3a752345750368b42852dd73/Legislative Guide 030911 FINAL.pdf


http://banknd.nd.gov/

North Dakota has done it. We can too.

 Tell your state legislators about making a State Bank of Idaho here.

Ownership and control of the Federal Reserve System is a mixture of private ownership with some federal oversight. The Federal Reserve Act is designed primarily to serve private banking interests. A publicly-owned state bank would be 100% owned by the state government, without private shareholders. Its profits would be entirely assets of the state, and its mandate would be to serve the state.

Ellen Brown in 2011

Naked Shorting and Gold Suppression - Ellen Brown on GRTV

Web Of Debt - Ellen Brown Interview With Simon Dixon Part 1 / 3

Web Of Debt - Ellen Brown Interview With Simon Dixon Part 2 / 3

Web Of Debt - Ellen Brown Interview With Simon Dixon Part 3 / 3

Author Ellen Brown Details How to Have A State Own Bank Like N. Dakota on Alex Jones