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skipman
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#781 | Posted: 17 Oct 2011 13:13
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It would have been better if this was done during the summer and they would have been able to hog tghe headlines more when the governments were having their breaks as there would have been little for the media to report on. It took nearly a month for the MSN to even acknolwedge what was going on. Lets hope the momentum keeps up and the weather fair.
zenrev
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#782 | Posted: 17 Oct 2011 13:28
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skipman:
It would have been better if this was done during the summer and they would have been able to hog tghe headlines more when the governments were having their breaks as there would have been little for the media to report on. It took nearly a month for the MSN to even acknolwedge what was going on. Lets hope the momentum keeps up and the weather fair.

Maybe! Maybe not!

We know who controls the mainstream media, and they will suppress anything relevant, after all we can't have people question the Establishment can we!

Its up to folk to video and put up on You Tube, Vimeo etc.

If we want change we must expose the corruption because mainstream certainly will not!

We are the 99%.....................time for action!
skipman
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#783 | Posted: 19 Oct 2011 16:11
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This will create two reactions in people"OMG $75 trillion? We're all doomed" or "The Fed can just type up the money on a computer just like they typed up $13, trillion off the books,the last time their banker friends made a mess." Unfortunately for them to many people are watching for the W/Bankers to try and get away with the tax payer taking on their losses.
http://dailybail.com/home/holy-bailout-federal-reserve-now-backstopping-75-trillion-o f.html
dreamkatcher
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#784 | Posted: 19 Oct 2011 16:13
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*Customers arrested for trying to take their money out of Citibank &
Bank of America *

Customers arrested for trying to close their accounts or take their
money out of Citibank & Bank of America , it can get any tyrannical than
this , America has been owned by the banks and we have truly became
slaves on our own land as the fore fathers warned about it , the Banks
have more power than the government they own the governments , and there
is only one option left for the rest of us non compliance and peaceful
demonstrations so long as these two options are still possible because
events are running so fast and we see change around us and what's
happening in the world by the hour , the beast is dying and it is
becoming more voracious as she is about to die she eats her own children
and those who served her most , stay away from he dying beast it is
becoming very dangerous and unpredictable ....

http://geraldcelentechannel.blogspot.com/2011/10/customers-arrested-for-trying-to-tak e.html

http://geraldcelentechannel.blogspot.com/2011/10/customers-arrested-for-trying-to-tak e.html
video

The protestors here are arrested, not for taking money out, but for
inciting everyone to ask for their money---all at once, which would
collapse the bank. Banks keep just enough cash on hand that it takes to
do business each business day. They do NOT keep money for everyone,
because most transactions are done with credit cards, debit cards,
checks, transfers, etc. Very little REAL MONEY changes hands. IT is
all paper and numbers. So when these protestors show up, inciting
everyone to close accounts and withdraw CASH, it would force the back to
collapse and close, which would then create a domino effect across the
nation and collapse the banking system.

If you have money in a bank that you choose not to do business with
anymore, (and I'd certainly recommend a credit union at this point, or
even keeping it in a tin can in the back yard, because sooner or later,
and I'm thinking sooner!, the banks are going to collapse when someone
or some event like this starts the run on the banks) then write a check
on your old bank to open your new account at another bank. After the
check clearsn, go back to your old bank and take our whatever the old
bank required as a cash balance to keep the account open, and then close
the account. If you walk in and demand thousands, they don't have it
and no bank or credit union does, because it is all numbers on paper.
But you can transfer your money to a new bank or C.U. and then later
close out the old one after the check or transfer has cleared. You
still have your money, and you haven't threatened financial strength of
the old bank, and you won't get arrested.
skipman
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#785 | Posted: 22 Oct 2011 22:01
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I have been following this case for a couple of years and it has now come to fruition. The ramifications are off the scale. If the home owners insist on the banks producing the original,not a copy,of the mortgage agreement,at the foreclosure hearing and they fail to do so the judge has no other option but to VOID the case.
This has led to a call for everyone who has purchased a foreclosed property to stop paying their mortgage as the bank is not the true owner. They are being advised to put the money into a different account whilst they sort out who owns the property. It also helps those whose homes are in the process of being foreclosed.
This ruling could lead to the downfall of many banks and insurance companies. So far in America 84 banks have been closed.
The first part of this link deals with the court ruling which is a bit heavy but the write up opens a very messy can of worms exposing the banks and insurance companies for the crooks they are.
I wonder if RDH can ask his financially literate friends if this could be happening in England?
http://amvona.com/blog/economics/28217-houston-weve-got-a-problem-bevilacqua.html
dreamkatcher
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#786 | Posted: 23 Oct 2011 01:54
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I for one wouldnt be surprised. The PTB are now going to take DLA away from Disabled people, of which I am one !! They've already put my Care up from 2.95 per month to 64 per month for the same hours. Ive had to cancel because of the amount of money for what they do. The man next door to me is paralysed, in a wheelchair, & his Care has already been cut to 1 hour per day from 24 hr. Care.

Care money is means tested, & how do you pay 16ph out of a basic pension?

dk
dreamkatcher
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#787 | Posted: 25 Oct 2011 06:26
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Over the last few days we've demonstrated that there is a plan to
bring society into a cashless system run by the very banks
currently being protested by the Occupy Wall St. movement.

We've even seen examples, like in Louisiana, where cash
transactions are being banned.

Piece by piece, step by step, we are being led into a system where
EVERYTHING you do is regulated, controlled, and tracked, by the
banks.

This segment from the Corbett Report elaborates on what that
society will look like, and it's not pretty...

Video:

http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/5450.html
- Brasscheck

P.S. Please share Brasscheck TV e-mails and
videos with friends and colleagues.
nordsee220
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#788 | Posted: 25 Oct 2011 10:49
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dreamkatcher:
The PTB are now going to take DLA away from Disabled people, of which I am one !! They've already put my Care up from 2.95 per month to 64 per month for the same hours. Ive had to cancel because of the amount of money for what they do. The man next door to me is paralysed, in a wheelchair, & his Care has already been cut to 1 hour per day from 24 hr. Care.

Mark my words; assisted suicide will be legalised in the near to mid future - within the next 10 to 15 years.

That, along with the conditions imposed upon the masses by the involuntary and ill-informed ingestion of substances like fluoride and aspartame will cause even more to be seriously disabled and require the care they can't afford.

These will contribute to the world population reduction already announced and debated in this and many other forums. (More and more will become ill and suicides will increase exponentially. Those not directly affected will become increasingly concerned with self preservation.)

The ones left will imagine they'll have a better life without 'carrying' those of us needing help. The elderly and infirm will be seen as an unnecessary burden on new society.

Just like the media moguls told us in Logan's Run only we were too blind to see. Just as the Nazi's said.

George
wensam
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#789 | Posted: 25 Oct 2011 11:51
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nordsee220:

Just like the media moguls told us in Logan's Run only we were too blind to see. Just as the Nazi's said

I see many Hollywood films that have set out futuristic agendas for example, and sorry can't remember the name of the film or the actors- useless I know! But this is what I did take in:

2 army cadets one male, one female are put into boxes that allow them to be frozen in time. They are of average intelligence, nothing special. When they awaken (on a rubbish tip) its a few hundred years in the future. The scene is set. He befriends a lawyer and realises he is pretty thick. The lawyer's home is dominated by a large TV with multiscreen feature and images flicker past very quickly, mainly selling sex and throw away items. Clothes come out of a dispenser and everyone wears the same branded clothing. The woman becomes a prostitute as sex is big business, it's a cashless society and everyone has credits on a card that are given and taken away if needed, electronically. The US president is a rapping wrestler with an entourage of busty blondes. The man has to visit the hospital and tries to have a drink of what he assumes will be water. Instead a green liquid comes out of the fountain, it's commonplace to all the knuckle dragging numbskulls. The doctor sees that he is intelligent so sends him in to do intelligence tests that he aces. Can't remember any more, but it again shows how they use films to act out their fantasies/plans for the future.
Dumb us down and along with all the other shit we die young too.
MK_DON
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#790 | Posted: 25 Oct 2011 12:59
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nordsee220:
Mark my words; assisted suicide will be legalised in the near to mid future - within the next 10 to 15 years.

According to David Icke it is already legal although he calls it Chemotherapy
nordsee220
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#791 | Posted: 25 Oct 2011 13:41
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MK_DON:
he calls it Chemotherapy

Ah but isn't that involuntary on the part of the sufferer as he/she believes she is being treated to get well again?
Perhaps even the medics believe it's the right treatment, leading to involuntary manslaughter?
AllSpark
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#792 | Posted: 25 Oct 2011 13:56
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So a 100,000 people e-petition means absolutely nothing. Just another illusion of democracy as cameron lined up the 3 party whip to prevent us from having a referendom on the EU.
here's one of my favorites Nigel Farage followed by some very entertaining highlights of the debate

http://www.youtube.com/user/patcondell#p/f/5/uOXYwOBUEzk


http://news.bbc.co.uk/democracylive/hi/house_of_commons/newsid_9620000/9620378.stm
MK_DON
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#793 | Posted: 25 Oct 2011 14:11
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AllSpark:
Just another illusion of democracy as cameron lined up the 3 party whip to prevent us from having a referendom on the EU.

Agree completely - Not only Princess Dave lining up a 3 party whip but Ed Miliband will also order Labour MPs to oppose vote
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2051139/EU-referendum-Tory-mutiny-spreads-Cam eron-aides-quit-join-rebellion.html
Gosh you'd think that they were all Bildebergers or something..
http://eutruth.org.uk/
dreamkatcher
Member
#794 | Posted: 25 Oct 2011 14:12
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MK_DON:
According to David Icke it is already legal although he calls it Chemotherapy

According to me too.
MK_DON
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#795 | Posted: 25 Oct 2011 14:13
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nordsee220:
Ah but isn't that involuntary on the part of the sufferer as he/she believes she is being treated to get well again?
Perhaps even the medics believe it's the right treatment, leading to involuntary manslaughter?

You are right on both counts!!
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