Paying interest on a loan that never existed?


http://worldfreemansociety.org/paying-interest-on-a-loan-that-never-existed/

Hi,

Here is a gem of an article I found on understanding banking and loans and money better.  Download the Dealing with Bankers PDF, and get started with taking a stand for your survival as a human being.  If you know of any great resources dealing in these issues please post the link in the comments section or email me and I will post them for Everyone.

Ed

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New York Getting Ready to Prosecute Banks for Violations of Settlement


Good afternoon Family and Friends!
I get to share this excellent article from Livinglie’s Weblog on the law suit being filed by New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. This site is an excellent source of information, with a reported over 8,200,000 visitors served. Take a look around and I’m sure you will learn something.
Enjoy,
Ed

Livinglies's Weblog

At the end of the day everyone knows everything. If you start with the premise that the securitization of debt was a farce and that the necessary element of the false securitization of mortgage loans was the foreclosure of those loans, then you move one step closer to understanding the mortgage and foreclosure mess and a giant step forward to understanding and implementing a solution. All the actions, statements and myths promulgated by the Wall Street banks become clear, including their violation of every consent decree,order and settlement they ever made with respect to mortgage loans.
Attorney General Schneiderman of New York seems to understand this and he is taking the mega banks to task for violating a settlement that looks like pennies on the dollar. He doesn’t care why they violated the $26 Billion settlement but he is taking action for their consistent violation of the settlement. But I…

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Foreclosed Homeowners Got $300, Bank’s Consultants Got $2 Billion By Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone


This blog post on Jean’s blog lays out some of the systematic fraud in the Banking Industry. It is very interesting how the regulators of the Banking Industry here in the US appear to be in collaboration with the Banks they regulate. I have a feeling that this is one of the most inportant topics of our time and these activities could have their own blog. Perhaps, coming soon to a browser near you…
Ed

2012: What's the 'real' truth?

Senator Elizabeth Warren has been fighting to hold Wall Street accountable. (photo: Andrew Harrer/Getty)
Senator Elizabeth Warren has been fighting to hold Wall Street accountable. (photo: Andrew Harrer/Getty)

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29 April 13

he obscene greed-and-arrogance stories emanating from Wall Street are piling up so fast, it’s getting hard to keep up. This one is from last week, but I missed it – it’s about theforeclosure/robo-signing settlement that was concluded earlier this year.

The upshot of this story is that in advance of that notorious settlement, the government ordered banks to hire “independent” consultants to examine their loan files to see just exactly how corrupt they were.

Now it comes out that not only were these consultants not so independent, not only did they very likely skew the numbers seriously in favor of the banks, and not only were these few consultants paid over $2 billion (over 20 percent of the entire settlement amount) while the average homeowner only received $300…

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The latest from Jean Haines at her blog; 2012: What’s the “real” truth


Hello everyone!  I really resonate with what my friend Jean is saying here!  How do you feel about this?  Ed

My Blog Now Takes On A New Direction, by ~Jean

Posted on April 6, 2013 by

Let me start by trying to clear up what I believe is a misunderstanding. I think many of you have misinterpreted Neil’s work in regards to his understanding of money. If you read his most recent article, it is all about breaking the death hold of the cabal on us – via our money system. This is the same reason I long ago focused my blog on the financial aspects of the shift that is taking place and is perhaps the reason why Neil and I met here on my blog. I, like Neil, felt that when we broke this financial stranglehold, then everything else would fall rapidly into place: the abuse of our children, food, planet, working conditions, tax system (illegal in the United States and Canada; there aren’t any laws on the books – don’t know about other places), the out-and-out thievery of our incomes, our Social Security, the usury, and on and on.

My belief is that money, in and of itself, is not the problem. It is the human element, the confused human viewpoint concerning money that is the problem. Neil understands the failed money system completely, and I believe I do, too. It is my belief that we are now moving into a rapid process of change, and Neil is providing the pathway to get to the place many of you now foresee. Please read this quote from Neil’s most recent article:

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Change is on the Horizon Part 3 of 3 The Farmer Claims Program


 

Here is an excellent video on the “Farmers Claims” lawsuits. I will be sharing additional information on this topic. Ed

 

Change is on the Horizon is the epic story of how the world lost its soul and how it will gain it back. Directed and narrated by James Rink.

Part 1 Dawn of the Golden Age – Discuses how Saint Germain helped bring about the beginnings of a enlightened era which soon fell into darkness under the helms of the Illuminati and a corrupted masonic order.

Part 2 – The American Federal Empire. America was always meant to be always a shinning beacon of freedom and prosperity to the world. But the machinations of British bankers and the Rothschild’s soon destroyed all that was once good in this great land.

Part 3 – The Farmer Claim Program – Discuses how a class action lawsuit brought about in the early 1990’s lead to the creation of NESARA, the National Economic Security and Reformation Act which will ultimately tear apart the New World Order and bankers plans right out from under their feet.

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