posted on Mar, 2 2014 @ 10:52 PM
He didn't escape anything. He destroyed something that belonged to somebody else.
He agreed to pay for something and then backed out on the contract, then tore down a house that belonged to the bank.
Whether you like or hate the banks he agreed to the contract.
He is not a hero, He is a person who doesn't keep his word and obligations.
Well that's one way to see it.
Another way is, nothing
truly belongs to the bank. They try to make it seem like it does, but in reality, it is our
money that put them
in the position they are today. And nowadays they make money out of thin air, you know, like simply hitting a mechanical keyboard button. Is that what
you meant by belongings of the bank?
Why would anyone want to keep their 'words' and 'obligations' towards them anyways? Freak-ng entities that are only built to go against the people
and keep them willingly poor.
I respect this guy, at least he had the guts to go against this corrupted system.