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Go, Iceland!

Thanks to a post this morning on Strike-the-Root, I've learned that Icelanders have roared their disapproval of the country's central bankers and government:
Thousands of Icelanders marked the 90th anniversary of their nation's sovereignty with angry protest Monday, and several hundred stormed the central bank to demand the ouster of bankers they blame for the country's spectacular economic meltdown.
Americans are increasingly aware of the harm fostered by the Fed, but can you see them storming the central bank?

In time, yes. Not the Obama-worshippers. Not the neo-con Republicans. Not the establishment media. Not the tenured academic economists at state universities. But the young libertarians, who are not merely protesting the central bankers, but the institution of central banking itself. The End the Fed movement is growing.

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