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Originally posted by babybunnies
You headline the thread with the words "undeniable evidence" and then in your thread you say "I wouldn't call this proof".
Er, which is it?
Originally posted by orbitbaby
It's called Training With Industry, lol. The army even admits they have been embedding psyops
soldiers at tv stations around the country.
Here's the video. (Sorry, can't get this video to embed for some reason).
CNN claims they no longer have psyops soldiers embedded there but I'm not buying it.
CNN along with the other major news networks are criminally culpable in not doing enough to use the exposure of truth as a means to keep the government honest in the activities it undertakes.
Originally posted by exponent
Originally posted by Aleister
CNN? Toss in CBS, ABC, NBC and put BBC in the sidepocket. When the Pentagon says "jump" the news media fights to see who can coordinate their cameras to stabilize on a trampoline.
Lets see the evidence for the BBC please. Everything else you listed is within the US and therefore the US Government has at least some influence.
The BBC are British. Good luck with giving them orders.
Cindi Dixon, CEO of Mela Capital Group, a mortgage quality control risk management firm, says the most common frauds continue to be income and employment misrepresentation and occupancy fraud — where there is deception about whether a home is owner-occupied or an investment property.
However, over the last 12 to 18 months, she’s also seen trends in mortgage fraud emerge. They include land-title lien fraud, which involves liens that are recorded fraudulently on properties and illegal transfers of ownership, and organized crime fraud, which involves organized fraud rings purchasing properties under straw-buyers names and using the homes for crimes like drug and human trafficking and credit card manufacturing. False identity use to purchase a home is also growing, she said.
Dixon thinks many of the frauds are driven by the market conditions.
"With economic downturns people struggle to maintain current income levels. This leads to new and creative ways of supplementing income and exploiting the system for profit," she said.
Originally posted by Lord Jules
classic cnn headline: penagon: rumsfeld mispoke on flight 93 crash.