I know it's not just the banks, Iwanci. Personally, I've had mixed feelings about the effectiveness of the Occupy movement but I think it has had a positive effect overall, by raising awareness some and letting TPTB and the rest of the populace know that at least some of us are willing to take a stand. But it's certainly about more than Wall Street.
And I agree with Svaha that a truly new direction for humanity may be like a phoenix rising from the ashes of the old system - perhaps even literally (I hope not). Maybe all of it has to go, and we start over, but that's a very unsettling thought...
- Jimmy Carl Black (the Indian of the group)
cornbread714 wrote: “From my own personal experience and 20 years of research and investigation, nothing — and I mean nothing — that a bank, lender, loan servicer or their lawyer says or puts on paper can be trusted and accepted as true,” Mr. Lavalle said.
Laugh at and scorn the Occupy movement all you want - this article makes me want to go camp out with the hippies...
If you have the attention span to read it, you will no doubt come to the same conclusion many already have, including myself and the guy who this article focuses on - that most modern banking institutions are downright evil.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/05/busin ... gewanted=2
It's not about Jews, Illuminati or Reptilians - just a bunch of greedy, lying human banking institutions who raped the poor people in America and got away with it.
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