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Very good article, well worth reading, it really shows how extremely corrupt the US banksters are (and I doubt they are much better elsewhere).

The following quote is quite telling:

This duo attracted acclaim for exposing "foreclosure mills," which are involved in ousting massive numbers of families from their homes, sometimes without following all the rules.

They discovered fraudulent signatures and bogus names. (Literally: "Bogus" was the first name in the blanks of some documents.)

Some documents contained dates that were off by a few years. One was off by 8,000.

In other instances, financial powerhouses claimed to have "lost" paperwork.

"Fraudulent Practices come in all shapes and sizes," the women concluded in their report. "Robo-signers. Fake witnesses. Fake notaries. Fake documents. False affidavits."

And keep in mind: All of this had to do with companies attempting to foreclose upon people's homes.

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Very good article, well worth reading, it really shows how extremely corrupt the US banksters are (and I doubt they are much better elsewhere).

Systemic Corruption. Welcome to America! :lol: One wonders when this all really began?

Was all of this an inevitability of the end of Bretton Woods, in 1971, and the rise of the Fed thereafter?

Either Bondi's office will aggressively stand up for consumers, making the bad guys pay — no matter whose feathers it ruffles.

Or it will resort to the pulled-punches approach to watchdogging that many Floridians have come to expect from attorneys general, present and past — the kind where inflammatory press releases bashing other politicians make more headlines than crusades against the powerful on behalf of the meek.

Edwards, who has since started a new law firm with Clarkson, fears it will be the latter, saying others in the attorney general's office saw what happened to her.

"We just couldn't understand how we were the bad guys here," she said. "We thought our job was to protect the consumer from unfair and deceptive trade practices. And that's all we tried to do."

Translation:

Look, were the thugs. We rule you. Yes its criminal, but you have to accept that ok?

Aaaahhhhhh, the American Dream.

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Systemic Corruption. Welcome to America! :lol: One wonders when this all really began?

Mid 1930s Banking Act, the moment deposit insurance was introduced, pretty much as soon as the last debt purge ended the new one was started, Mostly down to Gordon Mc Broon who was working for the Fed at the time and is therefore clearly to blame for the Global depression

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My favorite bit:

"Linda Green" had signed thousands of mortgage documents and supposedly served as a vice president of more than 20 banks.

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It's stories like these that underline how blatently corrupt all government and media are. Try searching for this story in a national newspaper and you will find very little. I always think of the film All the President's Men and the journalists who exposed the Watergate scandal. Surely there are some ambitious journos who want to make a name for themselves and drag these kind of stories to our attention. How can tptb cover this up? Not possible, surely?

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Mid 1930s Banking Act, the moment deposit insurance was introduced, pretty much as soon as the last debt purge ended the new one was started, Mostly down to Gordon Mc Broon who was working for the Fed at the time

Rather than facing some pain, in the thirties, we cut ourselves off from the gold standard, hence kicking the can down the road, and subsequent politicians have been doing it ever since, enjoying the freedom to create debt, from a corrupt fractional reserve system.

Most notably gordon mcbroon, and in every other country, every other outgoing socialist government

Overspending, followed by indebtedness, and the social implications, or revolt this should produce, should ultimately lead to a more socialist society.

Its a theme of the great 19th Century Russian writers.

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Systemic Corruption. Welcome to America! :lol:One wonders when this all really began?

Was all of this an inevitability of the end of Bretton Woods, in 1971, and the rise of the Fed thereafter?

300 years of European and American history condensed into a truly fascinating 3 and a half hours. Herein lies your answers. Wonder no more.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXt1cayx0hs

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It's stories like these that underline how blatently corrupt all government and media are. Try searching for this story in a national newspaper and you will find very little. I always think of the film All the President's Men and the journalists who exposed the Watergate scandal. Surely there are some ambitious journos who want to make a name for themselves and drag these kind of stories to our attention. How can tptb cover this up? Not possible, surely?

You seriously ask that after the last fortnight of Murdoch?

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300 years of European and American history condensed into a truly fascinating 3 and a half hours. Herein lies your answers. Wonder no more.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXt1cayx0hs

Decent video but their claims that Ian Fleming was head of MI5 (2:41:30) doesn't inspire confidence (Fleming worked for Naval Intelligence).

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