NYPD offers arrested climate change activists blocking an entrance to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in Manhattan’s Financial District.

The protestors took part in an act of civil disobedience and called to end fossil fuels.

“While it appeared more than a hundred people were in custody, the NYPD wasn’t immediately able to confirm the exact number of arrests,” Audacy reports.

Watch footage of the protests:

Although the activists believe in non-existent climate change and remain oblivious to the impact of a fossil fuel ban on the working class, it’s interesting that they chose to target the Federal Reserve.


The Federal Reserve deserves to be abolished for its destruction of the value of the U.S. dollar.

The private banking cartel’s death grip on American monetary policy has led to skyrocketing inflation and devaluation of our currency.

Everyone should support the abolishment of this monstrosity created by the early-20th century’s most powerful international bankers on Jekyll Island.

The protests took place ahead of this week’s United Nations General Assembly in New York City.

Audacy reports:

Many protesters were arrested while blocking an employee entrance to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, near Maiden Lane and William Street in the Financial District.

Police told the protesters to move along, but they refused, and large numbers were taken away in plastic handcuffs and loaded into multiple police vans. The mass arrest was billed as the largest act of civil disobedience during this week’s U.N. General Assembly.

Hundreds of demonstrators clogged the narrow streets of Lower Manhattan for Monday’s protest, which came a day after some 75,000 people marched in the city on Sunday, according to estimates by organizers.

Monday’s protest began at Zuccotti Park, made famous as the hub of the “Occupy Wall Street” protests in 2011. Protesters attempted to march on Wall Street itself but were kept away by NYPD officers.

The Verge noted:

Demonstrators like Johnson joined a massive “March to End Fossil Fuels” on Sunday that attracted people from around the world. The action was endorsed by hundreds of scientists and more than 700 different organizations and brands, including Amnesty International, Ben & Jerry’s, the NAACP, Patagonia, Hip Hop Caucus, Sierra Club, Greenpeace USA, and other green groups. Hollywood’s prominent environmental advocates signed on to support, too, including Jane Fonda and Mark Ruffalo. Senator Ed Markey (D-MA), US Representative Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), and other Democratic lawmakers similarly backed the march and called on Biden to quit approving new fossil fuel projects and declare a climate emergency.


In Manhattan’s financial district, hundreds more people gathered on Monday morning for mass civil disobedience meant to rattle Biden and Wall Street into action. Demonstrators blocked entrances to the Federal Bank Reserve of New York, leading to dozens of arrests. The Verge saw NYPD officers load protesters into at least four police vans and a bus outside of the bank.

“Heads of State and Government will gather at UN Headquarters in New York on 18-19 September 2023 to review the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and provide high-level political guidance on transformative and accelerated actions leading up to the target year of 2030 for achieving the Goals. The outcome will be a negotiated political declaration,” the United Nations wrote.

“World leaders gather to engage in the annual high-level General Debate under the theme, ‘Rebuilding trust and reigniting global solidarity: Accelerating action on the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals towards peace, prosperity, progress and sustainability for all.’ Heads of State and Government and ministers explore solutions to the intertwined global challenges to advance peace, security, and sustainable development,” the UN said about its demonic agenda that seeks to enslave humanity.

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