I think that one thing that corporations in general are beginning to forget is the fact that they MUST give us something to value. They MUST give us a reason to look forward to tomorrow.
Without something to value or look forward to we would have nothing to loose and hence no reason not to riot and go utterly berserk. A few highly
motivated people going mad can cause enough trouble and damage to stop a city dead in it's tracks for at least a day if they go about it
intelligently. A whole city worth of people from all social classes going mad for just a day can utterly destroy a city indefinitely.
Basically, I think large corporations are beginning to forget that fact, they are beginning to forget history. If you wanted to enslave a race, there
would be two ways to go about it successfully. The first would require that they never realize that they are enslaved in the first place. The second
would require that you brainwash them to fear loosing what few breadcrumbs you allow them.
If you were to ever take those few breadcrumbs away however, then reality would set in and the mayhem would begin. I'm not saying this about Bank of
America only, I am saying this about all of the corporations that devise new and inventive ways to place us in debt while at the same time immersing
us in consumerism without any real thought or care for our rights as human beings.
I realize that the couple had already paid for their home, and Bank of America did nothing to double check their records. I also realize that some
people would consider my post somewhat off topic. There is one more thing I realize as well though...That the concept I presented above is not just in
one person's thoughts, the concept is alive and circulating in the minds of a lot of people lately worldwide. Planting a reminder of that on this
post just spreads it a little farther, and brings it that much closer to a reality.