posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 02:21 PM
Great news, at last people are starting to care about others, and do something about it. You do not need to be a sheriff, you do not need a badge or
uniform, you just need to be there for your neighbours and your community.
I for one will be out there, trying to prevent people from losing their homes, hopefully, people will realise that, allowing the banks to take their
property, is not the way to go, IMO, this is what the banks want. They want people to think that if they do this, it will worsen the situation, which
in all fairness it will. Point is, it's going to get worse anyway, IMO, and the banks are trying to get as many properties (tangible wealth) they can
lay their hands on, before it all falls through.
They don't care if your broke, or if they make you homeless, or if your family can't eat, they just want the building/land.
If you see your neighbours getting evicted, I would suggest that you step in and tell the evictors where to go, the more, the merrier, get as many
people as you can. Let them know that they aren't dealing with powerless families in small numbers, they are dealing with communities, let them know
they will have to fight to get your home. Also, the more people, less chance you are going to get arrested, lol. 5-10, your getting thrown in the back
of the van, but 30-40?!? lol, I doubt it.
If I didn't know better, I may even sugget it would get on the news, lol, in a good light anyway.