reply to post by YeshuaWarrior
I think financial literacy and financial self responsibility is an important topic too, its just not a conspiracy topic.
This is a conspiracy right up to the oficial spokesperson of the evil elite, the US President!
In case you don't know, the present "Making Home Affordable" BS is a total scam, a bigger scam to cover the initial scam that got us into this
95% of "loans" (not persons) do not qualify for HAMP funds, but almost no one has figured this out yet. It was sold to us by the president, a
program seemingly with government sanction, and yet, it is part of the big long-con, to take the borrower on his knees, and tear him a new one.
The MHA program was supposed to get people to apply, and have them make three "trial payments", that today have become 6 months, 12 months, 16
months...It's a scam to let the banks buy time to find as many Notes as they can. Meanwhile, their dupes make the payments, over and over, long past
the "three" they were initially sold, and then, when the bank has their case in the bag, they foreclose anyway!
The USA is gone, and government is nothing but a whore to big business. We are road-kill.
Soon, this CONSPIRACY will have legislation passed in Congress to further insulate the banks from the growing scandal of them having literally no
legal paperwork to press foreclosures. This means that NOW is the time to fight these beasts, get an attorney, and sue the banks, Fannie Mae, Freddie
Mac, the government too, for all you can! No, the criminal "justice" system of the US may not come through, but some will get judgements that might
help pay off their fraudulent mortgages.
THIS is the time to go on the offensive, and attack the evil system that has almost brought the USA to it's end. Few will succeed, most judges in
the US are corrupt beyond imagining, but perhaps enough will succeed, to let this chapter in history eventually be written with at least a small nod
to the little guy.