Without a doubt every foreclosure judge and any judge who has ruled in favor of the banks over duped homeowners should be required to watch The Wolf of Wall Street – not once but several times.
Every time the Courts consider ruling in favor of these decadent Wall Street creatures – they should be shoved into a room with a wide flat screen TV, handed a box of popcorn and ice cold Coca Cola and locked in there for 180 minutes – so they can see exactly what they are sustaining by ruling in favor of the banks. Continue reading →
MOVIE INSIDER: A security guard for an armored truck, Jim (Dominic Purcell) is a blue-collar New Yorker who works hard to earn a living. His wages support himself and his wife Rosie (Erin Karpluk), who is on the upswing recovering from a near-fatal illness. Yet things start to fall apart after Rosie’s health insurance stops covering her treatment and Jim’s life savings are lost via a disastrous investment his stockbroker had advised him to make. As a row of professional and personal dominoes falls, Jim is confronted by the realization that, after being abused and exploited by financial institutions for far too long, he has only one choice: to strike back. Sounds all too familiar?
Here are the movie trailers that are more than compelling drama. Assault on Wall Streetis a stirring and probably a recurring dream for many foreclosed homeowners and pension-less employees that have been stripped of their savings, equity, homes and security. Continue reading →
It’s pretty obvious to anyone studying securitization in foreclosure defense that the mortgage-backed securities scheme is fraught with fraud and teetering on the brink of disaster.
And when the next crisis happens it will be a non-partisan financial force majeure.
Affirmations have been coming out more recently by those fed up with the dealings of Wall Street’s greed and fear operations. This post by John Meyers in Personal Liberty rings all too true. Continue reading →