TBTF HAS MET ITS WATERLOO

businessman-outdoor-puzzle-piecesThe recent lawsuits filed in the SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK,  COUNTY OF NEW YORK are the beginning of a long process unraveling the frauds created by a generation of “Younger Boomers” and “Now Generation” Wall Street bankster executives that expected immediate gratification.

These smart-asses didn’t take the time to ensure all the pieces to the puzzle fit before they began their filthy rich land grab operation, causing a lot of damage and red ink to America and the rest of the world. Their failures are your insurance to defeat foreclosure once you understand what is missing. Continue reading

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Is Jamie Dimon Still the President’s Favorite Bankster?

ROLLING STONE – FEATURE:
Chase, Once Considered “The Good Bank,” Is About to Pay Another Massive Settlement
By POSTED: July 18, 12:20 PM ET

Jamie Dimon Libor SubpeonasDuring the financial crisis, while Dr. Evil-ish Wall Street villains like Goldman and Lehman Brothers were getting all the bad press, pundits continually referred to J.P. Morgan Chase as the “good bank.” The myth of Chase as the finance sector’s one upstanding rock of rectitude reached its zenith in July of 2009 with an embarrassingly hagiographic piece in the New York Times entitled, “In Washington, One Bank Chief Still Holds Sway.” In that one, the paper breathlessly praised Jamie Dimon for emerging from “the disgrace of his industry” to become Barack Obama’s “favorite banker.”

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DEFICIENCY JUDGMENTS – Is your Court a Collection Agency for Crooks? Class Action Filed in Hawaii.

final judgmentDeficiency judgments are another dark corner, if not the darkest corner in foreclosure. The Dubin Law Offices filed a Class Action Complaint in Hawaii United States District Court today [4/29/13] because of the injustice of deficiency judgments.

It’s not bad enough to lose your home to the banksters that fraudulently inflated your appraisal, filed fraudulent robo-signed fabricated documents in your state recordation offices and in court, rigged your LIBOR interest rate, lied, cheated and stole your home getting away with everything; but then they turn around and sell your home to themselves for half price and then sell it again for less than you owe to someone else. Lord (and DeMarco) only know, why they won’t sell it back to you for the lower price. But they don’t. Continue reading

THE PAST BECOMES THE PRESENT – A ‘WAG THE DOG’ WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR A NUCLEAR NIGHTMARE?

Wolfowitz:

THE IRAQ WAR WAS A LIE- LISTEN TO BUSH INSIDERS….DESCRIBE WAR CRIMES

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“Hubris” (Full Film) Iraq War Documentary – Rachel Maddow (02-18-2013)

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow reports on how the Bush administration viewed the terrorist attacks of 9/11 as an opportunity to remove Saddam Hussein from power in part one of Hubris.   Continue reading

Anonymous Hackers Attack Banksters and Federal Reserve

Expect us“Citizens of the world we have seen the erosion of due process, the dilution of constitutional rights…” – yeah, ya think?

The Federal Reserve is the latest government agency to be hit by a cyber attack, according to reports. The breach reportedly hit an emergency communications system out of St. Louis.

Anonymous warns this is just the beginning…  Continue reading

NY Times – Q. and A. on the Debt Ceiling

Q. and A. on the Debt Ceiling
By  and Published: July 27, 2011

For a time it seemed safe for many people going about their summers to try to ignore the debt ceiling drama playing out in Washington. If Wall Street had not seemed overly concerned that the United States was headed toward default, why should anyone else worry? And there is the long history of crying wolf in Washington: in April everyone finally got up to speed on the threatened shutdown of the federal government just in time to see it averted by an 11th-hour deal.

But now, palms in Washington are beginning to get sweaty, the stock market is sliding and President Obama is breaking into “The Bachelorette” to address the nation about the debt crisis. Perhaps the time has finally come for a crash course in all things debt ceiling. Continue reading

Idiot of the Week – Ben Bernanke

By DEADLY CLEAR

This week’s IDIOT focus is on Chairman Ben S. Bernanke – Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress Before the Committee on Financial Services, U.S. House of Representatives and Committee on Banking, HOusing and Urban Affairs, U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C. ON July 13, 2011 and July 14, 2011, respectively.

Chairman Bernanke presented his overview of a weak economy, suffering because investors just don’t want to come back to Wall Street like they had earlier this decade.

Mr. Bernanke, do you think it might be due to the numerous investor lawsuits for securitization fraud and deception caused by [your pals] Wall Street’s greed and Congress’ failure to regulate derivatives?… Maybe, yeah?  You ask Congress for an incentive to bring investors back – regulation might be a good start to stabilization…’cause it sure didn’t work the other way! Continue reading

MERS Causes Banksters’ Nightmare to Continue

New York Times FAIR GAME

The Banks Still Want a Waiver

By Published: July 23, 2011

HOW should banks atone for those foreclosure abuses — all the robo-signing and shoddy recordkeeping that jettisoned so many people from their homes?

It has been four months since a deal to remedy this mess was floated. Not much has happened since — at least not publicly.

Last week, banking executives and state attorneys general met in Washington to try to settle their differences. At issue was how much banks should pay, and how and to whom, to make this all go away. The initial terms, which emerged in March, were said to carry a $20 billion price tag.

But here is a crucial question: to what extent would such a settlement protect banks from future liability? Will the attorneys general strike a deal that effectively prevents them from Continue reading

WSJ Posts: Government Weighs Turning Foreclosures Into Rentals – Lame, very lame!

By Nick Timiraos

There’s an 800-pound gorilla in the nation’s hardest-hit housing markets: hundreds of thousands of foreclosed properties are selling, and there’s four times as many potential foreclosures behind them.

The Journal writes today that one idea gaining support in Washington is an effort to pull some of those properties off the market and rent them out, either on homes owned by federal agencies or loan giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Continue reading