America is Homeless
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America Is Homeless
By: Detective Krum
Imagine you have a business, take advantage of your customers, get rich from deceptive business practices and mismanage your customer’s accounts. One day you find your company’s wealth gone through your mismanagement. Your personal income is millions and your severance pay if you leave the company is even more – millions. You have skimmed all you can from your customers and now it’s time to face the piper, your company is broke. Welcome to America’s bank meltdown.
Bankers, alleged professionals and paid like executives, provided mortgage loans to people in the 1990s and 2000s, who would have never qualified for a mortgage in the late 70’s or early 80’s. Was it wrong of bankers to give these perspective homeowners a chance at home ownership? Depends. If the perspective homeowner had bad credit or at least a very low credit score, maybe they shouldn’t have gotten the mortgage loan. Regardless, bankers blinded their eyes through greed and provided bad loans. Providing so many “bad” loans spiked real estate prices beyond reality. The real estate boom was born.
When homeowners couldn’t pay their mortgage because the initial interest only payment was to expire, and other reasons, foreclosures abounded. It was cheaper to walk away. Why not renegotiate the loan so people could stay in their home? Simple. Banks bundled loans. How? It works something like this. Bank A takes on 25 mortgages. Bank A packages 10 mortgages into something they call a tranche and they sell that package to the highest bidder with the money. Most of the buyers were foreigners. So who owns American property? Foreigners. Remember Thomas Jefferson’s comments? He warned us. ” If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their money, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them (around the banks) will deprive the people of their property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. Again, who bought these tranches? Foreigners. China bought a lot of these tranches. Guess who owns American property? America is homeless because they have allowed Congress to pass laws selling our country to foreigners.
In 1990 the national debt in America was $ 2 trillion. As of 2007 it was $ 7 trillion. Want to know what it is today? Click here. Who pays this bill? Citizens, taxpayers, you and me. Who do we owe this money to? The federal reserve. These bankers are all tied in together. What’s the nexus? What connects all these different banks together? The federal reserve. Who is the federal reserve? Start using your favorite search engines. Try, who is the federal reserve. The Federal Reserve says Congress gave them the power. So Congress can take away the power because we have a representative form of government. President Andrew Jackson was a fierce opponent of a central bank and he got rid of the central bank.
The Federal Reserve consists of foreigners, foreign bankers. A complete list of who owns the federal reserve is available here. If the link doesn’t work, comment on our blog and we will try to post the link as a pdf file.
Here is what God says –
Exodus 22:25 (KJV) “If thou lend money to any of my people that is poor by thee, thou shalt not be to him a usuer, neither shalt thou lay upon him usury.”
Deuteronomy 23:20 – “Unto a stranger thou mayest lend upon usury: but unto thy brother thou shalt not lend upon usury: that the Lord thy God may bless thee in all that thou settest thine hand to in the land whither thou goest to possess it.”
Look at the results of an American Congress gone a muck.
1. Trillions in debt
2. Bank bailouts at citizen expense
3. Communism brought to America through subsidies for everything
4. Manufacturing jobs shipped overseas due to regulation
5. American resources left doormat due to regulation
6. 85% of our products are now imported due to NAFTA, GATT and a host of other treaties.
7. Bread at $ 4. a loaf, milk @ $5 a gallon, gas nearly $ 4.00 per gallon
8. Merging of Canada, America and Mexico through North American Union (loss of sovereignty).
9. Paper dollars called notes (a politically correct term for I.O.U.) created out of thin air by foreign bankers to create debt on American people. They took our gold away and gave us I.O.U.s.
The list goes on. But friend, things aren’t hopeless. Focus on victory through reform. It is time we make a list of grievances as our forefathers. We need to declare our independence. We need to set up our new Continental Congress.
A copy of our Declaration of Independence is listed within this blog under Declaration. Let us sign our names and start our new America.
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