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FORECLOSURE “JUSTICE”? … A DAY OF RECKONING

(BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED) — The author of this post disseminates this dynamic diatribe to appease your appendages appropriately.  None of this is legal advice, only a mix of education and opinions, with some rather unique illustrations of our ever-changing system of things. 

The lack of trust in America’s justice system … 

Anyone who has kept a pulse on the tide of foreclosures that swept through America between 2009 and 2015 can easily understand where the mindset the author is about to describe is coming from.  Sadly, if you’ve ever been to a “rocket docket” in Miami-Dade County, Florida, you know exactly WHY folks have little faith in the justice system.  This author saw an entire courtroom of whining and sobbing homeowners eliminated from their properties, some getting less than a minute for their case to be heard before the gavel hit the judge’s bench.  For centuries, the gavel has represented a proclamation of a ruling and a symbol of authority by one acting in the capacity of a presiding officer.

It’s a sad state of affairs however, when a homeowner is just days away from being tossed out of their home by the sheriff and they’re in court, in front of one of these “presiding officers” without a clue as to how to defend themselves, grumbling and complaining to others about how they didn’t get “justice” because the judge wouldn’t listen.  Watching all of this “go down”, the author surmises that most of these folks were scared shitless because they’ve never been to court, some never got so much as a traffic ticket, yet they all had one thing in common … they had access to the justice system but just didn’t know HOW TO play in it.

Thus, since Americans these days are so quick to blame each other for their country’s problems, so much so they have to take to blows over a fecking parking space …

… and this author can point a finger at the efforts of the American news media (of which he unfortunately is still a member) to confuse the consuming public to carry on this type of behavior.  These two women attacked each other in a Houston Wal-Mart parking lot over who was going to get a parking space, assumedly closer to the entrance of the store.  Because Wal-Mart carries mostly Chinese-made products, the author no longer shops there.  Another reason is because the kind of tempers you see flaring here are more than likely to happen in discount shopping areas where people with little to no money that are simply trying to survive have and continue to lose all control of their emotions with even the slightest provocation.  And this same flow of emotions has sparked all-out riots in several American cities, where buildings have been burned to the ground and officers have been attacked and even killed, all because of the lack of trust in the justice system, which begins with police officers who are attempting to enforce the law.  (… and you were wondering where the author was going with this?)   If you need more of a wake-up call, WATCH THIS!

The author still tears up when he watches this … because it’s real … and it’s based on the perception of unfairness.  This perception has swept across America. This perception has negatively bled into the justice system because Americans are distraught with the idea that “fairness” even exists.  This perception didn’t start with the George Floyds of America either.  It began when people stopped paying attention to learning what the law is and instead simply focusing on their own individual comfort zones.

Oppression comes in many forms … 

These days, when police pull someone over, whether they possess even one racist thought in their brain or not, they’re being stereotyped because of perception that: (1) all cops are bad including the cop who pulled you over; and (2) it’s okay to pop a cop.  That’s an eye for an eye mentality and that’s part of the perception of what “justice” is nowadays.  But the reality is, the cops are just doing their job and enforcing the law.  Albeit, a lot of pre-screening and personality testing needs to go into who gets accepted into police academies to ensure that racist profiling is minimized based on negative stereotypical perceptions that have bled into the mainstream.  However, on the back end of the equation, when you have minorities teaching their kids not to trust cops because they’re all bad, all white cops hate black people and that cops are society’s forms of oppression, you’ve set the stage for national calamity.  This is why cops are now wearing body cameras, to protect you from unfairness and to protect them from unforeseen and unintended consequences that result from negative stereotypical behaviors.  Black people are not the only race to be harassed by cops, yet the perception tends to sway in their favor, regardless of the statistical data that there is ten times more black-on-white crime than white-on-black crime.  Again, this is the stereotypical perception that has caused a major societal upheaval.  None of this will change until people start understanding HOW the justice system works and that people of every race, creed and color have access to their day in court.  It all starts with understanding the laws that govern the behavior of America’s court systems and those who enforce the law.

When protests turn into riots, just the opposite is true.  The herd mentality turns into the mob mentality and that’s where anarchy begins.  Anarchists are diametrically opposed to both socialism and capitalism because anarchy is rooted in mob rule and total lawlessness.  That ideology in of itself, is oppressive because it forces those citizens who are peaceful and God-fearing to have to defend themselves if they want to survive.

The Black Lives Matter movement began in 2013 with the Trayvon Martin killing by George Zimmerman, who was acquitted because a Florida jury was convinced he was defending himself and used justifiable force to stop Martin’s attack on his person.  This is part of the Stand Your Ground law in Florida that many folks just don’t get because it leaves doors open for abuse.  This is why juries have to decide what the intent was of the person committing the assault and the intent of the person defending against the assault.  If the circumstances were indeed as Zimmerman portrayed them, what was he supposed to have done?  Let Martin beat him to death?  Would the black community rail against Martin for killing a white man?  Probably not.  And why is that?  Because the oppressed had the opportunity to become the oppressor and that’s allowed, right?  Martin Luther King, Jr. would be turning over in his grave at that thought.

So, we should all support the idea of breaking into stores and looting them of Gucci handbags and other high-dollar items because frankly, the oppressed have to eat, right?  If anyone gets in our way while we’re stealing merchandise, then it’s okay to beat them to a pulp too, right?  This is the mentality that is on display and the media caters to it through its play-by-play, “if it bleeds, it leads” coverage.  The author here is specifically calling out CNN (his acronym for Communist News Network) for its coverage of the various Blue State riots, where anarchy appears to be tolerated.  The question remains, how long will the average, law-abiding Citizen tolerate this before all hell breaks loose and those with arms start exercising lethal force against their oppressors without regard to the justice system and its consequences?

The “justice” that needs undoing …

Then there’s the perception of the “kangaroo court” system in this country, which many deem acts more like a star chamber inquisition, run by a bunch of control freaks who like to play God, exerting their whims over the common man and his property … a system that local sheriff’s kowtow to at the whim of a judge, potentially increasing the exposure to an already volatile liability scenario albeit misplaced due to the illicit deeds of cops who have been corrupted.  This is where the saying, “If you don’t know your rights, you don’t have any” comes to mind, because without the law and its set of rules and mandates, you cannot expect to survive in today’s courts, especially dealing with foreclosures. It’s bad enough that eviction courts are going to be back in full swing when the government finally declares the COVID-19 crisis (which in of itself is questionable) to be “over”, but the tide of foreclosures is starting to shrink back into the water like what happens when a tsunami is about to hit a shoreline.  Right now, folks allegedly in default are attempting to negotiate something with their lenders to stay put while others have capitulated and moved away.

HOW TO STEAL PEOPLE’S HOMES FOR FUN AND PROFIT!

This was a rather brusque statement was sounded out by Austin, Texas foreclosure defense attorney Bill Gammon in a meeting of attorneys that used to get together once a month to discuss case law and issues resulting from the illicit taking of area residents’ homes. Gawd … that’s the one thing this author especially misses about Austin … attending those meetings and discussing research with these learned men and women who have been fighting in the trenches trying to save homes and have had to run into the typical Texas judge’s mindset about who’s entitled to what … “Why should the homeowner get a free house?”  Mr. Gammon was referring to a meeting he attended “on the down low” where attorneys were discussing their methodologies in network fashion as to how to persuade judges to hand over the houses to their clients through by whatever means possible, including dummy paperwork (assignments), which they knew or should have known was criminal to begin with.

Most of the folks who have made the decision to fight the banks are … well … they have at least increased their odds of staying put to 50/50 instead of nothing, simply by “getting in the game”.  This is not to say that they’re wanting a free house.  They just want “justice”.  They want vindication.  They want a judge to realize (as many judges in the Southern District of New York do, especially on the state level) the illicit behaviors regarding the positioning of securitized mortgage loans and what dummy paperwork had to be created in order to make the “other side’s” foreclosure efforts look plausible to the courts.  There doesn’t seem to be much interest by law enforcement to investigate these misdeeds in 99.9% of the country, which is another reason people don’t trust the justice system.  If this bunch of DA’s only knew that most states have government codes that allow them to raise money to investigate white collar crimes, especially those embedded in California’s Government Code … and weren’t so politically motivated to stay in office, they might actually prosecute a few of these dirty paper cases.  The government codes allow counties to raise recording fees to fund “dirty paper law enforcement”. Sixty percent of those increased fees go to law enforcement’s “white collar crime” divisions, so they could do more than just bust NSF check writers, while the rest goes to the Clerk’s office to pay for the increased surveillance of the “dirty paper” (renegade assignments drafted and recorded by the banks’ servicers, with the intent to make a judge believe they’re in the right), so the court will grant them summary judgment.

One of our guest lecturers that is going to be in the Foreclosure Defense 101 Workshop is a Florida notary who has been fighting his foreclosure in the courts for over 12 years.  He’s going to describe the crap he’s had to confront in the Florida courts, including intimidation by court bailiffs, deputies and judges and the bullshit shenanigans the other side’s attorneys pulled on him, in an effort to educate you as to the potential traps contained within “the snake pit”.   If you can turn yourself into a mongoose, you’ll survive and come out ahead, at least to give yourself enough time to execute on a Plan B if all else fails.

The idea is to buy time …

You may be successful in defeating your adversary if you play your cards right.  Another mindset you may want to consider is your equity position and whether it’s worth fighting for.  This is part of your Plan B.  This is one of the reasons why we decided to put the Foreclosure Defense 101 Workshop into a 4-hour block, instead of two or three days, because there’s a lot to digest in 4 hours (let alone an even longer period) … and we’re going to give you the research to deal with this scenario in the online workshop, which you can attend in the privacy of the home you may be about to lose.  We will have more info posted soon on the Clouded Titles website, so you can sign up online and get your own private invitation to learn the tactics attorneys use to keep their clients in their homes for 2 years or more!

It doesn’t matter what happens on November 3rd.  What matters is how YOU survive and how long YOU want to play in the game while YOU execute on your exit strategy, no matter what that might be. This workshop will give you a lot of “necessary answers” and hopefully, the desired results.  Stay tuned!

 

 

 

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FORECLOSURE DEFENSE 101 WORKSHOP NEWS! UPDATE!

(BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED) — The online webinar has been slated for Saturday, October 24, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Please email cloudedtitles@gmail.com for a Registration Form. 

The latest news articles (at least 20 of which this author has read) all indicate that the COVID-19-related foreclosure crisis will more than likely affect low-to-middle income homeowners who lost their jobs, including first-time homebuyers, single women and people of color who got federally-insured mortgage loans.

Despite all of the CARES Act help and moratorium extensions by the government, conventional mortgage loans were not part of the government’s intended program to stop the tide of foreclosures that are looming in the not to distant future.  Because the crisis affected the mortgage loan servicers the worst, they are least likely to start granting en masse forbearances on mortgage loans as there’s no way they can recoup their losses fast enough.

The next game plan would seemingly call for mortgage loan modifications.  This is where homeowners can restructure their loans using money they’ve been able to acquire over the short haul in an effort to meet qualification requirement payments that the servicers will demand in order to complete the loan mod. Should these modifications not happen in droves, it will spark another massive wave of foreclosures before the end of 2020.  In this instance, it appears that the banks and their servicers are looking to the government for some sort of mitigation plan (in other words, another bailout, mitigation plan is just a nicer way of saying it).

As to the equity position some homeowners may have, restructuring could include downsizing through liquidation.  Because loan delinquencies will show up on credit reports, it will become more difficult for evicted homeowners to find places to rent through the standard screening criteria.  They will be faced with having to pay larger security deposits and higher rent because of their presumed risk having to go through back channels in order to find shelter.  In many metro areas, mortgage loan delinquencies of 30 days or more were over 10%.  This figure is very comparable to what America was facing in 2008 as over 10-million homes were foreclosed on in the years that followed.  The housing crisis we are now facing could nearly match what we experienced between 2009 and 2015.

IN FLORIDA, WE PREPARE FOR HURRICANES

There are some exceptions to the housing crisis in areas of the U.S. that have stable rent and mortgage markets.  Most of Florida and much of Texas fall into those two categories.  These two states, which this author is using as an example, have no state income tax and lower sales taxes and less restrictions on business, which makes them more desirable to those living under current “Blue State” conditions.  In many markets in Florida, residential resale inventories are declining, which seems to indicate the opinion that the 1000-people-a-day migration to the Sunshine State is impacting the crazy real estate boom.

However, a lot of homeowners who currently reside in both states are hunkering down and choosing not to liquidate, mainly because they can afford to ride out the storm, much in the same way homeowners in Florida prepare for hurricanes.  If you’ve ever been to Florida during hurricane season or have seen pictures of the parking lot that Interstate 75 turns into when those who aren’t prepared or those in low-lying areas who are forced to evacuate take to the roadways to flee the storm’s path, you can get a fraction of a glimpse of how many homeowners aren’t displaced and are going to ride out the storm because they’re prepared.  It’s just something you do when you live in Florida.  The problem is, not all homeowners have the financial ability to prepare.  Even though there are a lot of affluent folk living the dream, there are those groups of individuals and families that make up the support base (lower-paying incomes associated with health care, retail, restaurant and maintenance-related employment) are the ones taking the hardest hit in managing rent payments, which are skyrocketing beyond their ability to pay.  This is why there is a need for affordable housing in Florida, which is why this author is now building steel SIPS homes (Structural Insulated Panel System), starting around 900 square feet.  The need here for affordable housing is so great, even the news media can’t ignore it:

An affordable home that can withstand a category 5 hurricane? This builder says he has the answer | News | yoursun.com

This is what you call PLAN B … 

Having alternative plans to move to safer, more productive areas is part of why you’ll see demographic shifts of migration around the country.  When the construction industry booms in one area, workers from around the country migrate there seeking to become part of the construction labor pool.  There are all sorts of retraining programs available, if you know where to look.  America has always been resilient no matter what.  Even in light of the COVID-19 snafu, Americans are bouncing back … but unfortunately, not ALL Americans are.  It’s that 10% that make up the exception to the rule that will spark the crisis.

However, not everyone has a Plan B yet.  This is why we’re doing the Foreclosure Defense 101 Workshop.  California Attorney Al West has agreed to join me for this 4-hour webinar.  This author is also talking to others who have been able to stave off foreclosure for over 10 years, through learning HOW TO fight the mortgage loan servicers and their attorneys in court.  This of course, would be an exception to the rule.

We have made this workshop affordable and much easier to attend, as long as you have access to a computer and an email address.  This author has already addressed the types of sample forms we’re going to make available, so for the sake of redundancy, we’ll stop there.  If you or someone you know is in trouble, best to forward this post to them and/or have them email us at cloudedtitles@gmail.com for a Registration Form.   Here is the syllabus of what we’ll be sharing in the workshop:

FORECLOSURE DEFENSE 101 SYLLABUS

UPDATE:  Next week, you will be able to register to attend through our shopping cart on the Clouded Titles website

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DO YOU HAVE SELECT PORTFOLIO SERVICING AS A SERVICER? READ THIS!

(BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED) — The author posts this for your educational purposes only and information sharing about a class action lawsuit that was filed against SPS for alleged violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).

Frankly, this is one of the better lawsuits I’ve seen filed.  A great example of good lawyering … now let’s hope it goes somewhere besides File 13.

Fleming v SPS Inc, U.S. N.D. ILL No 1-19-cv-08487 (Dec 30, 2019)

While this was just shared through the Academia website, it should be noted that anyone that claimed SPS in bankruptcy proceedings may be eligible to be a part of the putative class.  Read for further illumination as to whether you’re a candidate.

In the meantime, we are putting together materials for the upcoming Foreclosure Defense 1o1 Workshop, which will be held online (on a Saturday) late in October.  More details are forthcoming.  Interested in attending the webinar, email us at cloudedtitles@gmail.com for a Registration Form.

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NO MATTER THE ELECTION OUTCOME, FORECLOSURES WILL PROCEED

(BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED) — The author of this post is updating you as to the upcoming foreclosure defense workshop, which will be held online sometime in  mid-to-late October, so those of you who are planning on attending the 4-hour webinar will be able to start making plans to attend.  

POLITICAL NEWS ASIDE … 

And the political bashing and infighting continues the closer we get to November 3, 2020.  No matter.  The stage has been set for a potential financial meltdown, similar to what we saw in 2008 that carried over from 2009-2015 (the foreclosures that followed the financial collapse).  Currently, the country has a CEO running it, not a politician.  If the voters put a politician back in the White House, it will be back to the “Swamp-Status Quo” again.  If this is what the American voters want, there will be a drastic political shift.  I consider Trump the lesser of two evils here.  Both he and Biden have been accused of groping women.  So what else is new?  Kennedy allegedly screwed Marilyn Monroe while he was in office.  Let’s not even go where Clinton has gone (his alleged trail of semen won’t soon be forgotten).

Congress couldn’t impeach Trump.  Now we have COVID-19.  With that, people by the tens of thousands were put out of work … and a paycheck … within weeks.  Now that the alleged “scare” of contagion has subsided, we can now fear monger what will happen if the balance of power shifts.  Those without a paycheck already know where the balance of power is shifting … back to the banks, who are flush with cash.  Since the government has agreed to pretty much protect the banks, any shift in power can be assumed to work against those facing foreclosure.  The Status Quo of presidents past has taught us that when the country is polarized as to its politics, everything moves at a snail’s pace, including foreclosure relief.  If the balance of power remains the same, this author sees the economy bouncing back and potentially, that’s a good thing in helping foreclosure victims recover.  Just because the evictions were halted for renters (until December 31, 2020) doesn’t exempt the banks from taking property, hook or by crook, through their mortgage loan servicers.

THE WORKSHOP … 

The upcoming 2020 Foreclosure Defense 101 Workshop will feature at least one attorney who has been through the mill on foreclosures.  This author hopes to have one from each type of process on the webinar, both judicial and non-judicial.  This way, there is balance on the program and maybe … we’ll have someone who has been fighting foreclosures (for over 8 years now) come on to talk about what to expect from the courts as well as the “other side”, as they attempt to steal people’s homes using phony documents, which they rely on to misrepresent what’s in their foreclosure complaints.  This same strategy is also relied upon when Trustees are substituted in deed of trust/non-judicial states.   The author of this post has put together a syllabus of the proposed workshop: FORECLOSURE DEFENSE 101 SYLLABUS

Understand the following:

  1. The presenters are not being retained to give legal advice.  They are sharing as much available information and resources as necessary within a given time frame.
  2. Strict reliance on whatever is shared in this workshop is up to you.  You can use as much or as little of the information as necessary to accomplish your goals.
  3. It would be best if you sent an email to the author at cloudedtitles@gmail.com with your name and contact information so that an application for the workshop may be sent to you, containing all of the information not included in the syllabus regarding your attendance at the event.

The seminar will be held on a Saturday.  It will be recorded so if you cannot attend, you can purchase it later on the Clouded Titles website.

Each session within the seminar will be approximately 1 hour in length, which means the entire workshop will be four (4) hours total.  Past experience has shown us that the human brain can only absorb so much information at any given moment, so we’re going to try not to inundate you with so much information that you leave more confused than when you came.  We ‘re going to focus on the fundamental elements of foreclosure and how to deal with them each step of the way.  By attending, you will be provided with access to all documents we discuss in the workshop (via; email in PDF format, also provided within the webinar on-screen), including but not limited to:

  1. Sample foreclosure complaint answers/responses.
  2. Sample pleadings.
  3. Sample criminal complaints.
  4. Flow charts of the foreclosure processes.
  5. Sample motion for a Temporary Restraining Order.
  6. Sample motion for a Motion to Vacate.
  7. Sample motion for a Reconsideration of Judgment.
  8. Sample Notice of Appeal.
  9. Sample discovery, including a sample deposition questionnaire.
  10. Sample research guide.

If this workshop isn’t worth your while, then nothing ever will be because you’re too far gone or don’t have the gumption to fight.

Remember, the last time this foreclosure mess sprang up, over 97% of those served with notice packed up and moved away and chose not to fight.

If we could show you how attorneys manage to hold the foreclosure mills at bay for at least two (2) years … wouldn’t that be worth your while? 

Email us your letter of intent today because the invites to this workshop will be by private invitation.

We have taken into account the amount of time spent preparing the materials and answering questions during the webinar, as well as the money we’re saving you in not having to travel and pay for a hotel and rental car, for these four hours of information-packed foreclosure defense details!  We will not publish the workshop pricing online … you will have to email us for that information and an application to attend.  Because we’re only doing (4) 1-hour blocks, we have factored the pricing of the workshop as the total portion of what we would normally charge for the in-person workshop.   We will be available afterwards for off-line client consulting as well. 

 

 

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STRATEGEMS IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD

(OP-ED) — This post contains not just the author’s opinions, but responses to our current scenarios by others who have decorated our past … for your educational purposes only and does not reflect posturing one’s mindset to commit an act contrary to our Constitution. 

Suggestion … open a new screen and click this link and listen while you read this post.

The author of this post is a self-professed Libertarian, yet he cannot condone all of what that platform espouses.  We now shift to the first person …

I postulate nothing here for the purposes of self-aggrandizement but rather for the purposes of refreshing the mindset of those who choose to read the diatribe of others commingled somewhere in my subconscious.

Patriotism comes in many forms.  It is simply not just for the purposes of stating that you are an American.  Declaring oneself as a “U. S. citizen” has certain connotations that go along with it.  Many will say the latter is capitulating to administrative, 14th Amendment servitude, while the former declares themselves to be “free men”.  In today’s uncertain times, this scares the hell out of the government, who has had more than two century’s chances to corrupt the intentions of our Founding Fathers.

What a better way to infiltrate the sanctity of decent, human behavior than to enslave it in lockdowns, inundate it with programmed media diatribe and scare it into submission with disease, violence, shame and self-doubt. If you have not taken notice of your thought processes lately, this is exactly what the powers-that-be, well-intentioned or otherwise, have shown to be their true colors, whether as that taken as “the color of law” or “the color of conscience”.

Welcome to the New America … where dead people vote and criminals get away with shooting their fellow man on the city streets until the conscience of a failed justice system finally restrains them … where people have been duped into believing they’re safe if they follow government mandates, which randomly change from time to time, many in contradiction to each other to the point of confusion. For the report on dead people voting: Critical Condition-Dead People Vote

Confusion is the ultimate tool to confound a populace into doing whatever it is those in power demand of them.

Prime Example: Operation Warp Speed HHS Outline

Those in power have enemies.  Many of those enemies are within the elitist structure and seek to undermine what is good for America.  No sooner did the foregoing “outline” manifest itself, CDC Prevention Director Dr. Robert Redfield made comments about face masks being the “most powerful public health tool” against COVID-19, “more guaranteed to protect” against the virus than a potential vaccine. That doesn’t speak well for the medical community, but great for adding confusion to the mix.

Properly translated (into Libertarian thought) … when Deep State is challenged, more confusion is warranted. When examining the diatribe, vent which statements are complementary to each other versus those statements that are contradictory to each other.  On one hand, we’re told we have to wear masks by Dr. Anthony Fauci (who has made numerous misstatements about their effectiveness) and on the other hand, that wearing masks is our only saving grace, quoting Redfield of the CDC.  Yet BOTH of these so-called “doctors” are downplaying the vaccine, heavily promoted by the Trump Administration as being the only way to help stop the spread of a virus that we (by now) should all have known was a purposeful and deliberate bioweapon.  Where that virus came from is still in dispute; however, the fact remains is that many Americans are so confused by what they hear in the media, a majority of those surveyed won’t take the vaccine but would rather die of complications of bacteria infiltration from the masks that none of them really have an understanding of how to wear (even in light of statements made by Dr. Russell Blaylock).

Confusion = “Some therefore cried one thing and some another,

for the assembly was confused, and most of them did not know

why they had come together.” Acts 19:32

Confusion is rooted in history.  Riots are rooted in our past.  We cannot ignore the WHY in all of this.  However, in today’s times, history has constantly been repeated over and over each time a riot takes place because those doing the rioting can’t make up their mind as to what “justice” is.  The commonality exists however, that today’s justice system is very difficult to trust, especially for those who believe they don’t have access to it. Confusion is also rooted in that belief because everyone has access to the justice system; however, they are not aware of how to access it because the government has dumbed them down in public education and made them unaware of how the judicial system works.  Everyone can have their day in court if they could simply figure out the HOW to get it.

Look at the signs and placards waved at any protest and see the mixture of thought processes all running contrary to one another … a prime example of confusion.

Why Washington Needs An Enema … 

I believe there is a movement afoot that goes much deeper than masks and vaccines.  It’s for the ultimate control of America.  BOTH sides of the congressional aisle have taken part in this movement.  There are factions within the medical community as well as the government’s own bureaucracy that are part of this movement. More attention has been paid to discrediting the public office of the President than any other time in American history.  More attention has been paid to “white-washing” the basic civil rights of all Americans with civil unrest devoted to only one part of the population.  Politicians have chosen to abuse their power in office by shutting down economies all over America without any scientific basis in fact, based on the confusion promulgated by the factions within the U. S. government that further seek to discredit the most powerful leader in the world.  Our very own Congress has, at one time or another, disrespected the office of the President, who is there to “enforce the laws” enacted by Congress.  BOTTOM LINE: When all is said and done, it doesn’t really matter WHO the President is.  The President has no say in how you live your daily life … but rather each state government determines how to best screw its Citizens, if they’re not paying attention.

If one reads the Constitution of the United States of America, one will come to realize that a treaty supersedes the Constitution.  The current President has gotten America out of numerous treatises to the benefit of America (I believe), given the current negative scenarios facing America today.

Now look at all of the treaties that have been signed (and by and through whom) since our Founding Fathers contemplated the framework for a country free of government control and ponder the following …

“The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government – lest it come to dominate our lives and interests. Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who comes near that precious jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. When you give up that force, you are ruined.”  – Patrick Henry

In order for change to occur, Americans must come together and seek to vote out those who disrupt our daily lives.  This will not happen when there is confusion.  This must be a clear and concerted effort.  The status quo currently in power know that.  As I previously stated, “absolute power corrupts absolutely” and there is a reasoning behind why we should apply it to today’s elitist hierarchy and the money machine that controls it.  Money and its ability to control is only a perception; however, the end result of controlling all Americans is the reality.

The Constitution was created by those seeking to preserve your liberty … 

“The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time

with the blood of patriots and tyrants.” – Thomas Jefferson 

“The militia is our ultimate safety. We can have no security without it.

The great object is that every man be armed.” – Patrick Henry

Relentless thoughts must be pursued to their fullest ends.  If there is enough belief in the Constitution and what it stands for, then We the People are in the right, when our own government is in the wrong.  Whatever the intentions, let them be fully exposed so all of America can evaluate, scrutinize and defend the honor of what the Constitution stands for.

For those that need a refresher course, as well as for those who have been “confused” as to what the Constitution stands for …  you can download and read it here:

The Constitution of the United States

Having said this, I bring you the Top 10 stratagems for survival in today’s times:

  1. Consider not only purchasing a weapon (with sufficient ammo) but also taking concealed carry training.
  2. Look into emergency food supplies, despite the fact there are backorders within all the supply chains (at least put an order in).
  3. Think about solar powered generators for sustenance and invest in a portable system (with EMP bag).
  4. Bolster your home’s first aid supplies, especially when it comes to surgical materials, blood pressure cuffs, thermometers and DIY manuals.
  5. Start seeking out rural survival retreat locations in states that are tolerant of gun ownership, especially if you live in a major city or an area prone to violence.
  6. Use the Internet for something useful, like researching PDF-type material for various types of survival training manuals.
  7. Research multiple avenues of reinventing yourself to make a product or service that can be used for barter in the event of a cashless society.
  8. If you have vacant land, there are options to consider … food, water, shelter … and how you’re going to access them.
  9. Prepare to disengage your interests in social media platforms where your activities can be traced by unwanted entities (if you can adjust to going completely off-grid, you stand less of a chance of being tracked).
  10. Make sure you are registered to vote if you have the ability to do so and make sure no one else is using your address to re-register themselves to vote twice.

NOVEMBER 2020 COULD BE MORE THAN A GAME CHANGER … 

Prepare for and be aware of these possible scenarios that could or be expected to occur:

  1. Uptick in social media political scams for donations and hateful protests against one faction or another.
  2. More social media and television attacks vis a vie negative political ads by each candidate, post-debate.
  3. Widespread civil unrest in the streets in major cities, including but not limited to continued destruction of property.
  4. More random law enforcement-related shootings, by cops and at cops.
  5. Ramped up scare tactics about new outbreaks of COVID-19, pre-vaccine (in order to increase demand for the vaccine, which isn’t guaranteed to work).
  6. Increased socialist platform diatribe, both in the media and in social media.
  7. Expect adjustments to the sovereign immunity for cops.

Because the November 2020 elections are so uncertain, there could be an attempted coup of sorts in the U.S. if the loser doesn’t concede to the winner.  This could ultimately lead to more civil unrest, which could spread into the suburban and urban areas of America.  This election is different because the platforms of corporatism versus socialism are more predominant than ever in trying to sway public opinion.  Thus, more research is demanded into each realm to see which one you’d rather support.  Understand that corporatism (as a whole) brings more jobs with each step to reward business for creating them.  Socialism on the other hand taxes businesses to the point where they have to cut jobs, many of which are high-paying, thanks to labor unions driving wages up (not all unions are bad however, some of them actually do great things).

Do I sound like I’m preaching doom and gloom here?

Better safe than sorry as I always say (not to be paranoid, but rather to be prepared).

 

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