We the People of the United States of America mandate that The Federal Reserve, Wall Street, and the Banks tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 10, 2010
Music Revolutionist, David Scotland (DavidScotland.com), is fed up with The Federal Reserves’, the banks, and Wall Street’s dishonesty. He is taking a stand and encouraging his fellow Americans to join him by signing the Truth Mandate. A petition he created demanding that these economic powerhouses come clean about the country’s current fiscal state. Scotland’s goal is to collect over 1 million signatures online in the next four months. On January 1st he will celebrate the New Year by making a trip to Washington, D.C. and demand the truth from the powers that be.
The Truth Mandate clearly states ”We the People of the United States of America mandate that The Federal Reserve, Wall Street, and the Banks tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.” Scotland encourages that any American seeking the truth join him in his mission by visiting FedUpWithTheFed.org and filling out the mandate petition.
Scotland is a Music Revolutionist; a songwriter who creates and performs music that he believes will help give a voice to the masses. He recently released a music video for his original song, “Money” (view the music video here). “Money” brings the current economic issues in America to light. Struck with foreclosures, unemployment and severe monetary loss, the people of America have been hit hard by the government’s poor decision-making. Scotland’s song questions, “Why do bankers turn truth to spin? No matter who plays, they always win?” The government has been telling American citizens that it is working hard to make our economic situation turn around. Scotland’s song demands that the government tell us where these alleged results are. Many people are still faced with the same problems they had when the recession began. Scotland asks, “Why’s a corporation running the whole nation? Are we in a nation? Or just a corporation?” These questions are on the mind of every American hit by the economic recession.
Scotland is no stranger to personal tragedy. He has overcome severe obstacles in his life. His ability to beat all odds has inspired him to stand for the American people and raise awareness. At the age of 26, Scotland’s life was turned upside-down with a cancer diagnosis giving him 10 years to live. That was fourteen years ago. In 2009 he was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. In the same year, Scotland himself was affected by the economic recession and his home was foreclosed. Taking action to improve his quality of life, Scotland is now enjoying personal success as a performer and activist; he strongly accredits his personal dilemmas to his artistry.
Scotland realized his purpose in life after overcoming many obstacles and made a vow to “be truly productive as a voice for those who have no voice.” He is a survivor who can relate firsthand to the social economic issues that he is speaking out against. Scotland hopes that he will ultimately exceed his goal of 1 million signatures on the Truth Mandate. Along with the support of his fellow Americans Scotland knows that their joined forces can encourage government officials to realign their decisions with the needs of the American people. He encourages Americans across the country to stand up for their rights and demand answers by visiting FedUpWithTheFed.org.
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