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Bombed-out suburbia - A 2nd Real Estate Bubble Explosion Coming

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posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 09:32 AM
Where did the Billions in Bank Bailouts Go? - Sand, Dirt, Fines & Ghostowns
This is what the future will look like. Bombed-out suburbia converted to public housing with the government as the communist landlord for the rental serfs because the mega-wealthy don't want it, they keep only the good assets for themselves. People need to see through the corporate/government veil to understand how they are being manipulated.

[edit on 6-10-2009 by warrenb]

posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 10:26 PM
reply to post by warrenb

The man in the video was correct. He fell just short of what I would say, and that is what We are seeing is of a complete deliberate nature.

The NWO apparently feel they are far enough along in their agenda that they are bringing the final phases of their master plan to fruition. People are waking up, but they all need to wake a little faster

In a matter of a few years in less than two decades We've gone from almost quasi ownership of land to no ownership. It is now the govt., nad banks land. We are truly slaves

posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 11:20 PM
Something of a similar sort is happening up here in BC, I made a thread on it over in the Skunkworks last week. When you can't buy any land, and the prices and base wages are manipulated so that you can never rise out of the lower class, how is that not serfdom ala medieval Europe?

It's just a modern restatement of Aristocracy.

posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 11:32 PM

Originally posted by D.E.M.
Something of a similar sort is happening up here in BC, I made a thread on it over in the Skunkworks last week. When you can't buy any land, and the prices and base wages are manipulated so that you can never rise out of the lower class, how is that not serfdom ala medieval Europe?

It's just a modern restatement of Aristocracy.

Why the endless stigma against renting in the US? In most countries, the vast majority of families rent. Why does everyone have to "own" a house? And by the way, most of those who claim to "own" have a MORTGAGE, which means they don't really own their house, but they have less mobility than a renter. Do you have the DEED to your PROPERTY in your sweaty little hands, or just a mortgage? If, like most Americans, the answer is the latter than no, technically, you are not an are a glorified renter who might, possibly, some day be able to claim the DEED and hence actual ownership.

And even then, you'll still be paying through the nose in property taxes. Then, once you finally think you've got everything settled for good, woah, here comes the government with EMINENT DOMAIN, or the right to grab your property and build a highway (or whatever else it pleases) through there.

Seems to me like the REAL state of indentured servatude is being a "homedebtor" with an underwater piece of plasterboard garbage hanging around your neck for 30 years like an albatross, perhaps unable to pursue a better career because you can't move because you can't sell and the market is frozen. Being TIED TO LAND YOU DON'T EVEN REALLY OWN is what being a medieval serf was all about.

posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 11:48 PM
Yep. That's part of the puzzle. The "re-distribution" he mentioned at the last is the goal post. There will be terms and conditions of selling your soul if you want to get your name on the list for a place to live.

First they will break as many people as they can. Then they will provide the solution.

If the mortgage scam didn't get you...they have other ways. If you can't pay your bills, code can condemn your house as a health hazard if you don't have water, sewage, or electric. And some places are now starting to charge steep fines and additional deposits before utilies can be reconnected once they are shut off. Some companies have also shortened the length of time alloted to pay the bills.

One of the goals is to have people become dependent on these "inter-faith" organizations. Some of these groups have already spent a lot of money for fingerprint scanners and are beginning to require bio information, etc. They are getting "the homeless" into the system as fast as they can. It's easiest to coerce those who are down and out first. I don't really expect this "chip" business to come to fruition as an under the skin tag. I think that is a ruse for now. What I do expect is an RFID track chip on all who give up their DNA and allegiance to have food and shelter.

The RFID chips in vehicle tires can be read to reveal where the vehicle has been. I expect the RFID ID cards will do the same. I also think people who succumb to dependency on these agencies will be brainwashed into the new agenda because they will be so destitute and believe in the carrots that will be dangled in front of them. The carrots being dangled will be the neighborhoods and "new homes" such as George showed in the video above.

A chicken in every pot is strong motivation to do *their* bidding when a family is starving, cold, and wet.

Religions have lost a lot of followers; they have lost a lot of money. They must find another way to make people come to them. Crush them and make them dependent on feigned benevolence. Then, make them jump through some more hoops.

Religions are the wealthiest institutions on the planet. I bet they have their hand in all of these things that are being orchestrated.

posted on Oct, 7 2009 @ 12:33 AM
That place looks like one of the many developments in the Palm Desert, La Quinta area.

The banks (especially Indy Mac) funded a lot of stuff in the Inland areas of California which is laughable considering that it would take 3 hours just to commute to the areas where there is significant employment. What is more laughable is that who would want live in a place where it gets 110 degrees in summer (constantly) and there is constant sandblaster winds all year?

But look at places like Victorville, Bakersfield, Wasco, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Calexico, El Centro, Banning, Highland, and one will notice that these are pretty much the butthole locations of California. Major employment is far away and usually through traffic, the weather sucks, infrastructure sucks, schools suck, blah blah. How come huge developments were built in these locations when location, location, location are the 3 most important things in real estate?

The market was churned and people made a killing in building ghost-towns. NWO? Dunno but I know for sure there was a lot of greed behind this.

posted on Oct, 7 2009 @ 11:37 AM
reply to post by silent thunder

Excuse me, but I have rented all of my life. One day, however, I would like to be able to purchase a plot of rural land and build myself a nice little cob cottage and escape the grid. I won't go a cent into debt to do so, I'll pay in cash.

That is not possible with the inflationary system at work here in BC, at the moment.

posted on Oct, 7 2009 @ 12:08 PM
Slaves pay rent. Free men(and women) own land. This is america, our way of life is the anti thesis to how europe works. We don't want to live piled on top of one another like animals in cages.

posted on Oct, 7 2009 @ 02:16 PM
I think this is a great video and should be seen widely. Thanks OP.

There is one point where he starts talking about "socialization" and the government owning the land as well as the banks owning the land. This is true in a sense because the government has BAILED OUT the bank. But it is the BANK that owns the property, technically, not the government. The local govt doesn't want it. He IS correct that the government supports the banks, but this isn't exactly "socialism." Its a marriage of government and banking at a deep level, which has another, even uglier name: Fascism.

Allow me to trot out an old quote many of you have already seen by one who should know whereof he speaks:

"Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power."
-- Benito Mussolini

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