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LET THE GAMES BEGIN, PART 3

(OP-ED) — This think piece is offered for your perusal and consideration of the things to come when the foreclosure and eviction moratoriums are lifted.  The poster of this blog insists you approach this from a common sense standpoint and do not take the information contained in this post to be the dissemination of legal advice. 

THE BANKS AND BIG CORPORATES WERE BAILED OUT!

And the hits just keep on coming!

Not a day goes by where I’m not researching and trying to tail some article denoting where any or all stimulus packages passed by the U. S. Congress didn’t first go to help out those “too big to fail” FIRST, then, if there was anything left over, “we got the crumbs from the Master’s table.”  Doesn’t that idea just infuriate you just a little bit?

Many of you are struggling financially worse than at any other time in your lives.  The bigger picture here is that with companies like J. C. Penney (an anchor tenant at most major shopping malls) filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and Pier 1 Imports announcing closure of all of its stores, post-liquidation, exacerbated by the conditions imposed by a national calamity (the corona-crisis), Darwinism applies to more than just residential foreclosures.  Victoria’s Secret has also filed for Chapter 11 protection as did mall retailer J. Crew.  Upscale shopping conglomerates Nieman Marcus and Sak’s Fifth Avenue are also in talks with creditors trying to head off the inevitable.  Sears and Dress Barn have already bitten the dust.  Macy’s is struggling but at this juncture is reportedly going to close more stores in order to be able to survive.

If you’ve been to a shopping mall lately, you’ll notice the absence of car and pedestrian traffic.  Online shopping stepped in and took over the slump created by the corona-crisis.  This would make me wonder if all of this was by design, to alter the way we think and behave.  I mean seriously, you can’t go into any store without someone at the counter either avoiding you altogether or insisting you put a mask on.  Wearing a face mask is another form of “conditioning” that is going to have negative side effects besides the starvation of oxygen to the brain (hypoxia) over time and extended mask use.  If you’re healthy, I ask you, what germs do you have the potential of spreading?  If you’re not healthy, why are you even leaving your house to go mingle in public places?  As businesses fold up, you’ll be doing all of your shopping online (even grocery shopping).  This is a condition that I’m afraid is going to affect everyone’s futures because now “they” (the merchants of the earth and Big Brother) will be able to specifically track everything you’ve purchased, when you purchased it, how frequently you purchased it and with what mechanism (credit or debit card) you purchased it.  “They” will know all of your spending habits.  Cash will be unnecessary.

THE CASHLESS SOCIETY MAY BE CLOSER THAN YOU THINK!

This is where the average human brain starts fighting back.  It is very difficult to accept the idea that we can live without “cash” (M1 currency).  “They” have been using the corona-crisis to “scare” everyone into the “conditioned habit” of online shopping and home delivery.  Even gasoline purchases by the delivery drivers are either going to be through a company account or credit card!

Simple test … think about all of the purchases you’ve made in the past 90 days.  How many of them were made with M1 (cash and coins)?  How many of these purchases (or payments) did you complete using M2 (checking account check)?   And lastly, how easy was it to pull your debit or credit card (M3) out of your wallet and swipe it, even for groceries?  This should tell you where your brain’s “condition” is either at or is headed in terms of what “they” intend to accomplish in today’s society.

Many folks I know are cleaning out their bank accounts and closing them.  At this juncture, this may prove very unproductive.  Complete disconnect from the mainstream mindset is only afforded to few well-prepared individuals out there in the hinterland and those individuals still have to rely on the use of a medium of exchange (besides barter) in order to survive.  Unless you’re totally off the grid and can trade with someone who will pay the required taxes and insurance on your residence and make your mortgage payments for you (which I don’t see as an option here), “they” are going to insist you comply with the “conditioned” parameters (options) “they” want you to use.  I mean seriously … what if the government suddenly demanded that everyone turn all of the federal reserve notes in because as of a certain point in time, they would be considered “worthless”, of no value even to barter or underground economic gain and replaced it with modes of exchange where only a government-instituted bank account would be required (for each person with a social security number or TIN).

This is where the “chip” eventually comes in.

A “CHIP” IN TIME SAVES NINE!

“I WANT YOU TO TAKE THE CHIP!”

Don’t let the folly of their arrogance (“they”, the system) fool you.  Mass RFID chip implantation is planned for execution during our lifetimes. I posted an article in my last blog where legislation is being proposed in Arkansas regarding the chipping of employees for use in eliminating “time-wasting” inconveniences, like swiping a key card in order to access restricted areas by employees whose companies insist they be chipped. At least a hundred people I know have said, “No way I’m going to let them stick a chip in me!”  Some have said, “I’ll fool the RFID chip and wear a metal glove to block tracking of my whereabouts.”  It is amazing how our retaliatory brains are thinking about ways to defeat things that aren’t in our present day yet.  If you research these RFID chip manufacturing plants around the U.S. alone, you’ll be quite shocked as to how far their “progress” has actually manifested itself in the present day.  This will more than likely push your brain into overdrive as “panic” behaviors attempt to push your internal brainwaves into a state of total denial.

“It can’t happen here.” (your conscious mind wants to believe) …  Well … yes, it can.  And it is.

Nearly a fourth of U.S. States are doing something to enforce regulation on the implantation of RFID Chips!

And those who “drank the Kool-Aid” will be the first to line up to get chipped, for a variety of not-so-complex reasons (like “I love Big Brother” and “I want the government to take care of me”).  When MAD® Magazine came out with the phrase, “What, Me Worry!” there was a reason for that.  Start reasoning the differences between the use of a chip and electronic ink because that’s the alternative if you refuse to be chipped.  You can run but you can’t hide.  Doesn’t this just scare you privacy advocates just a little bit?  You can stop this with your votes.  You can stop the madness by calling your state and federal congresspeople and insisting they pass legislation similar to Arkansas or even more stringent, to keep chipping from even becoming an “option”.

I love it when people say “I’ve got nothing to hide!”  It’s like the same people who wear masks while driving.  Outta the gene pool with you!  Reflect back when the CDC didn’t want people wearing masks unless they were sick.  One rationale was that it would be easier to identify those that were sick because they wore a mask.  Then, the CDC did an about face and started ordering everyone to wear a mask, because the hierarchy then reasoned that the principal of wearing a mask was to protect others from your germs.  Once a mask gets “moisturized” (fluids bleed through) however, the vapor is pushed out into the air as you exhale.  So, what good does it do to get to “herd immunity” if everyone’s wearing a mask … especially while driving (Gawd! What a dumbass!)  Have you seen people wearing masks while driving?  Do me a favor, honk at them and flip them off for me!  This is Darwinism at its finest folks … and these retards will be the first ones to take the chip … and the vaccine … all in the name of helping out Fauci, the CDC (who has a patent on coronavirus) and Big Pharma!

UPDATE AS OF MAY 23, 2020 … My co-host on City Spotlight – Special Edition (WKDW-FM, 97,5, North Port, FL) has made me aware of at least 2 accidents where drivers wearing masks while driving passed out, causing accidents as a result of oxygen deprivation.  Again … what dumbasses!  They’ll all die trying to get at the Kool-Aid just because the government tells them to do something because they can’t think for themselves!  I’m not sure who is more stupid … the drivers wearing the masks or the government officials telling them they have to wear a mask in the first place! 

BIOLOGICAL WARFARE AND FINGER POINTING … 

As I’ve identified it through my research (you do your own if you have any doubts), the National Institutes of Health (directed by Dr. Anthony Fauci); the Centers for Disease Control (who has a patent on coronaviruses, which the U.S. Supreme Court says you can’t do); and the Wuhan Institute of Virology … ALL had control over the virus (COVID-19) before, during and after the entire pandemic was announced.

I was in the military during the Vietnam War.  I took an oath, based on my swearing to defend the Constitution of the United States, to protect my country from all enemies, both foreign and domestic.  I don’t know about you, but if you’re going to point fingers, look at this pandemic as “political” in nature because it does indeed involve a biologic weapon.  It’s an undeniable fact that COVID-19 spread all over the world.  The virus has succeeded in eliminating portions of the populations in over 119 countries worldwide.  The World Health Organization waited two weeks after it found out about the release of the virus before it did anything; thus, making WHO a co-conspirator in the entire scenario.  Then you have CDC officials saying we need to “get rid of the whites” because they refuse to take the vaccine.  In other words, because certain individuals have the capability of recognizing a threat when it’s staring them in the face … and know that they have the right to say HELL NO to a vaccine, we must find some other way to exterminate them.  You know who all the players are.  These are the individuals and groups responsible for this virus’s creation and whether the release was accidental or deliberate, it’s still biological warfare … and these are the people with their fingers on the triggers.

This is nothing more than a power grab to take complete control of our minds, our behaviors … the way we think, feel and act … and our society, whether it’s Agenda 21, NWO, whatever.  It’s politics … and you can thank Washington for that.  BOTH political parties are also indirectly responsible; however, most folks are still trying to ascertain who knew what and when they knew it, so it’s hard to blame anyone in Congress … yet … but trust me, there will be blame to go around at election time, which is what the politicians are counting on … especially those who want to instill socialism in this country.

HOW WE STOP THE FOREGOING MADNESS: PUBLIC BANKING

This is an option being promulgated by the Public Banking Institute.  If you look at the successes being enjoyed by the Bank of North Dakota, you’ll realize the difference that having a public bank can make, especially when it’s being run under very strict fiscal policies by the state government itself.

There have been many who have expressed concerns about having large chunks of money (M1 or M2) deposited in the megabucks, who might be tempted to take it all away from you in the name of self-preservation during this pandemic or in future pandemics to come.  I only personally recommend leaving enough in to pay your monthly bills and to keep whatever large reserves you might have in a safer place.

I’ve also gotten into discussions with financial advisers over WHERE to put reserves and they’re telling me that airline stocks (or any stock that has a chance of being bailed out by the government) are probably safer bets on where to hedge cash.  Just not in hedge funds.  These accounts are already over-extended and rehypothecated and thus, are at higher risk of collapse.  Please read the following posts for more information:

Another Bank Bailout Under Cover of a Virus – CounterPunch.org

Crushing the States, Saving the Banks: The Fed’s Generous New Rules | WEB OF DEBT BLOG

Now imagine having a government-instituted bank account that is connected to your RFID chip.  Anytime you make a purchase, you swipe your hand over the scanner and voila! … the amount you just spent is deducted from your account as a debit entry and placed into some business’s account as a credit entry.

Now imagine combining a nano-chip with a numbered vaccine, so you can be tracked anywhere you go (if you survive the vaccine).  Part of this “plan” is population control over those that the “agenda” wasn’t able to exterminate.

Public banking would not tolerate this, which is one of the reasons I brought it up.  If you’re not aware of public banking, you need to familiarize yourself with it, because some of it is rather socialistic in nature, but offers more stability in the long run.  Bank runs will be negligent if public banking is instituted.

THE NEXT MASSIVE LAND GRAB …

I conclude this post with fair warning.  Most of you are probably already aware that the clock is ticking closer to the state and federally-imposed moratoriums coming to an end, wherein the banks can capitalize on the REO markets and wager the home repos in a whole new line of securitization and continue to gamble with investor funds rehypothecating what has been sold back to the secondary markets as “used fish” chopped up into another CDO.  So now we have fish stew (referring to the Chef Anthony Bourdain clip in the movie The Big Short).

When the moratoriums are lifted, the following happens: BAM!

Now you can blame Congress … because we can all see what’s coming … was under their control in the first place!

Don’t say we didn’t tell you … 2008 is going to happen.  Start making PLAN B!

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THINGS TO PONDER WHEN IT COMES TO THE “DELAY GAME” IN FORECLOSURES …

(OP-ED) — The author of this post is a consultant to foreclosure defense attorneys and does not offer the following as legal advice but rather as that of the author’s own views based on past experience in paralegal and consulting work.  The post, with the related case example, is for educational purposes only.  

THE “DILEMMA” ONLY GETS BIGGER

I have seen countless cases where a foreclosure defense was mounted against a bank’s attempt to foreclose when there are obvious “glitches” with the bank’s case.  It is in this instance where I offer the following case for your perusal:

US Bank v Manning, 2020 ME 42 (Apr 2, 2020)

The one thing you’ll notice right up front is that at the time of this author’s post, this case was almost 10 years old by the time it got to Maine’s highest court.  I believe I can use any case from any state to exemplify what constitutes a “do-over” after 10 years of throwing money away on attorney’s fees.  I would venture a guess that the property was worth almost what the homeowner (Manning) shelled out in attorney’s fees.  He would not be the first party (as a defendant in a foreclosure case) to spend exorbitant sums trying to stay in his home, all because he thinks he’s “right”.

I would have posted this earlier but due to the corona-crisis and the resulting issues that followed our first recognition of it as a pandemic, I’m now just getting around to this.  My point here is that foreclosure defense means putting whatever remaining resources you have at risk.

Let me explain in ten (10) easy points …

  1. Fighting any case where a REMIC trust is involved means that it’s highly likely bogus documents were created by the servicer’s employees at the direction of either the servicer or the foreclosure mill law firm prosecuting the foreclosure.  That in itself is a minimum of an 18-month delay if the court indulges declaratory relief.
  2. Fighting a foreclosure case when you’re unemployed with limited resources is futile, especially if you’re faced with draining a retirement account, like a 401(k), which by the way, the bank won’t ever get access to via judgment; however, you’d be surprised at how many cases I have gone through where the homeowners did just that in order to pay attorney’s fees.
  3. Fighting a foreclosure case when you’re simply holding the property as an investor is also risky given the courts’ propensity (as in this case) to give the bank a “d0-over”, even if the investor was “right” all along.  Those attorney’s fees are risked capital that could be put somewhere else if the market value and economic condition of the property won’t support it.
  4. As a follow-up to the last paragraph, many homeowners don’t actually make an honest effort to get their property evaluated, whether through an appraisal or a comparable market analysis (CMA) by a real estate agent, to see what the “gamble” is worth compared to risk. Their fight is driven by emotion and not common sense.  If the property is economically challenged, meaning it’s going to need thousands of dollars in repairs and upgrades to make it marketable, it’s not worth spending the money while fighting a foreclosure just because you don’t like the idea of moving to new digs.
  5. On the other side of this equation, I could imply that I’ve spent the last 12 years of my life helping homeowners fight to stay in their homes, only to see the bank win after the homeowners have spent thousands, many of whom got stuck paying the other side’s attorney’s fees because they lost … plus, they had to pay their own foreclosure defense attorney’s fees.  Talk about a great case for neurosis.  I feel guilty sometimes because I’ve given the bank’s attorneys an income, because the banks will pay to get a “win” in their favor.  That is counterproductive in my book, when the homeowner could have cut and run and moved into something more affordable and put it into a trust before things got “dicey”.
  6. Fighting standing issues is the most common thing and judges are keenly aware of that modus operandi. Every attorney will tell you that you should claim the other side lacks standing because it’s a great catch-all if all else fails; however, claiming anything comes with a price.
  7. Because many foreclosure defense tactics are emotionally driven, this has created a “cha-ching, cha-ching” scenario for attorneys who see a real monthly annuity staring them in the face every time a disgruntled homeowner thinks they’re “right”.  It creates impetus that has fueled the business model that many law firms and sole practitioner’s rely on to “stay in their game” even if you lose in the end.
  8. In Manning’s case, this 10-year stretch compares to other cases I’ve looked at, where homeowners have sold businesses to pay lawyer’s fees, knowing that the chain of title documents were trash to begin with, yet a lot of these types of attacks fall on deaf ears with the courts. Without proper case planning as to how the court will react, it’s throwing good money after bad.  What homeowners end up doing is “kitchen sink” pleadings … and these types of pleadings are what racks up attorney’s fees … on both sides of the equation.  This is the primary reason why foreclosure mill law firms don’t come after me (if they happen to find out I’m involved in a case) because they’re getting attorney’s fees too … and then some.  How does it feel knowing that this kind of risk exists, even though you’re trying to do the right thing?
  9. I was given a specific sum certain of over $100,000 spent in fighting a foreclosure for 10 years … and the homeowners lost anyway. What I could have bought with that $100,000 over time (a duplex, where I live in one side and rent out the other side to make my mortgage payments; an apartment building, maybe a 4-plex, where I live in one of the apartments and rent out the other three) instead of giving an attorney an opportunity to create a thriving law practice at my expense.
  10. In this case, the economics of “the game” don’t make sense.  With all of the moves and countermoves in this case, which parallel many other complex cases I’ve looked at, giving a bank a “do-over” (dismissing a case without prejudice), means the bank gets to hit your “reset button” and you get to start all over again defending another foreclosure.  My point on this last comment is, “What’s it worth to your health?”

Given the corona-crisis, with over 15-million claims for unemployment benefits being applied for (many of them mortgagors), you can bet when the moratorium on foreclosures has expired (whenever that may be), there may be some mortgage loan servicers that are going to “take it on the chin” in advance payments so much so, they’ll look for the first opportunity to come after your house.  You can bet if they haven’t filed documents in the land records to “support their claim”, it’s highly likely they will either during or shortly after this crisis ends.

My bottom line (while trying not to be verbose here) … foreclosure defense costs money.  Delay tactics cost money.  Playing the game costs money. It is a “game” to the banks because they play by the numbers while you’re playing with your hard-earned money and equity.  They have the clear advantage because they’re the mortgagees.  They have a contract that you signed.  The deck is already stacked ahead of your decision-making processes.  Understand that whatever claims you bring should be supported by a Plan B.  This is part of foreclosure defense too.  What happens if what you’re trying to do doesn’t work?  This is why I wrote Clouded Titles.

THE CORONA-CRISIS HAS MULTIPLE “SIDE EFFECTS” … 

The corona-crisis is going to produce more than just statistical death tolls.  We have been victimized by both the World Health Organization (who is part of the United Nations), who failed to give us the information before the virus spread to America and the Chinese Communist Party (who created the synthesized product in the Wuhan Level 4 lab in the first place … then covered it up with a lame “wet seafood market” story), which is going to create more than a viral pandemic in terms of loss of life. We’re talking an economic twist of the tail that is going to set off another serious wave of foreclosure filings across the country due to the servicers’ struggle to make advance payments to REMIC investors.

Loan modifications are going to be rare after this is over.  Forbearances … well, if you’re lucky.  You may be emotional now … but just remember what kind of financial position you were in before the corona-crisis hit.  This doesn’t stop foreclosures already in progress.  On top of that, you’ve had a financial “hit” just trying to stay alive during the “lockdown” period and the neuroses this has caused … you also have to look at the emotion and health issues (fueled by stress) which weaken your body’s immune system because of what’s coming.  You will be looking to the government for answers … and the answers won’t be there.  The courts will be backlogged.  Your judicial foreclosures will cost more as the courts clear the pipeline of cases. Non-judicial foreclosures will proceed at lightning speed because the servicers have had plenty of time to crank out paperwork (default notices, notices of trustee’s sales, suspect assignments, etc.) during the crisis while the moratoriums existed.  They know this crisis has hit everyone in the pocketbooks, including the mortgage loan servicers themselves.

Now’s the time to come up with a Plan B.

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IF YOU FEEL LIKE YOU’RE ONLY GETTING HALF THE JUSTICE YOU DESERVE … YOU’RE NOT ALONE!

(BREAKING NEWS — OP-ED) — I have spent years doing research about the financial mess we have in America.  I first confronted this issue in the early 1990’s, when many of my friends (who were more creditworthy than I) would come to me, telling me they were “in over their heads” in credit card debt, on top of having to pay a mortgage loan.  In retrospect, my own personal situation wasn’t necessarily plagued by that same scenario.  Mine was figuring out a way to make an honest living by “working smart”.  People spend all their lives working hard, paying interest upon interest on a 30-year mortgage (mort = death; payments until death).  Now, student loans have taken the place of mortgages as the #1 stresser.  Why?  It may not be because we’re a nation of over achievers. It’s because we’ve been programmed by our parents who didn’t have it as good, wanting us to have it better than they did.  So what did they do?  Give us the ‘ol pep talk:  Go to school. Get good grades.  Graduate with a diploma.  Buy a car.  Go to college.  Graduate with a degree.  Get a good job.  Get married.  Buy a home.  Raise a family.  Work hard. Retire. Leave a legacy.

This all sounded well and good back then; however, the pep talk did NOT include financial education of the kind we’re used to.  Even today, what little financial education is taught in secondary and post-secondary education is severely limited.  They did not teach “CAR LOANS 101” in high school.  They did not teach “STUDENT LOANS 101” in high school.  They did not teach “MORTGAGE 101” in high school.  Hell, they didn’t even teach “CHECKBOOK 101” in high school.  Do they even teach this in college?  Not hardly.  Economics?   I had a Korean professor in college I could hardly understand, which made economics more boring than ever.  I still managed to learn something; but it wasn’t enough to sustain “real world living”.

Couple that with our national media and its advertising campaigns.  Look at what’s on TV today!  There’s more commercials for car loan financing, mortgage loan financing, buy now … pay later campaigns … than you can shake a stick at.  I know that sounds cliche, but have you ever actually watched these commercials and how you’re being baited?  Now imagine your kids are getting the same programming on prime time TV.  This is not only America’s problem.  This is a global problem.  It’s just that Americans have more disposable income than 90% of all the other countries in the world.  And what do Americans do?  Ask how many Americans how deep in debt they are and you’re just scratching the tip of what I call “the system of things”.

I will be discussing “the system of things” as part of my new, upcoming nationally-syndicated radio show:

After writing numerous books since 1995 (and having been exposed to radio since 1968), what else can I do to help make America a better place?   As with every endeavor, there are always going to be naysayers pointing fingers; however, the stuff that we will be talking about on THIS radio program is NOT intended to shock the conscience.  It is not “shock jock” radio.  These are 25-minute segments that discuss the very things that America is lacking, because 25 minutes is about all anyone can take because our “input stream” has been overloaded with indoctrinated “system diatribe” and developing this program was even a learning curve for me.  If you think this is going to be an Alex Jones-type program … sorry … I don’t make my life all about conspiracy theories, despite the fact that “the system of things” is full of them!  I do NOT support the Republican party.  I do NOT support the Democratic party.  It’s a single party system of oligarchs that control “the system of things” anyway.  Most of America just hasn’t noticed that yet.   Then there’s “deep state”.  Yes … that actually DOES EXIST!  It’s NOT a conspiracy.  It’s a bureaucracy.  It’s what is running this country, much of it unfettered and without immediate oversight or accountability.

To add to the dimensional quality of this program, I intend on taking up the online educational focus on chain of title issues through an 8-hour COTA Workshop.  I will share what research I have learned over the last 10+ years on my Clouded Titles website.  I know, it’s been long in coming … and I do not feel like conducting two-day events all over the U.S. that only produce a handful of Americans that have finally awakened to the truth about “the system of things”.   We have determined that two (2), four-hour teaching modules is what is necessary (with handouts delivered directly to you in your “inbox” in PDF format) can easily accommodate what many who have attended my previous classes call, “information overload”.  And we will make it affordable for everyone so that you can sit in the comfort of your home, on your computer, and get the real property portion of “the system of things” you didn’t get in high school (or even college).  And it won’t take up your whole weekend.  In other words, my 3-day COTA class will be streamlined into one day, because people have to work and support their families.   I will make this program available once every 3 months. These programs will not be all the same thing because “the system of things” changes from time to time … thus, there are updates to share, based on new research and case law.  I will have attorneys on the program from time to time because homeowners who are in trouble need perspective from a legal standpoint.  This is all part of the educational process.

Like credit reports, people need to check their public record files once every six (6) months to see what’s there.  Financial planning (PLAN B) is NOW required these days because we are headed for another cyclical recession despite what all of the talking heads on TV are telling us.  America has a Congress that is bipolar and self-serving.  You can’t run a country whose political hierarchy promotes “pushing back” (unintended consequences of violence) against others who believe differently than you about “the system of things”.  The “system of things” was created because Americans, as a whole, the body politic, ALLOWED IT to be created.   We worry about our toil and our last meal while our government tries to play “nanny state” games with us.  Why?  Because we’re not educated.  They are.  They think they’re better than us.  This is what an oligarchy is folks!  And we let them make us worry about what they’re doing when we should be concerned more about what we’re doing.  Our current behaviors are what is driving us into a “class war”.

Change starts at home.  Change filters out into your locale (be it unincorporated area, township, city, county, whatever ) because of the need to communicate with others besides those in your own household.  You have more control over your local government than you realize.  We spend so much time behind locked doors because our “pre-programmed condition of servitude” has caused us to hide in fear (and maybe even shame) because of what America has become.

If you think that complaining to the government will do you any good … you can forget that.  Government is too busy trying to figure out how to exist in such a way that you will be lulled into a false sense of security.  This is one of the reasons my new show is going to tackle both the legal and political angles, tying them together into social perspective so the average consumer will “get it”.

Justice begins at home.  It was handed down over centuries.  It’s called discipline.  If people were totally disciplined and walked in love, we wouldn’t need laws because everyone would be doing “the right thing”.  Because America is not a safe place to live anymore (don’t kid yourself if you think it is), Americans need to condition themselves to be more disciplined and that happens through education.  The betterment of our justice system begins with education.  Most Americans don’t even know what a “federal reserve note” is and what it represents.  Just ask any kid in high school if they know what it is.  You’d be surprised at what you’ll hear in response.  What’s in your wallet DRIVES the justice system (and we don’t even realize it).  That’s why we … as a collective body politic … need to get at the truth of what is going on and then deal with it in an appropriate, albeit civil manner.

The system revolves around the dollar … how it is made … and how it is spent.  Once you get a complete “handle” on that concept, your life will be easier and your “system of things” will change for the better.  Until then, the justice you think you deserve is like the glass half empty.   Every American is affected by it.   It’s a mindset that has to change if America is going to survive the recessions and political upsets of the future.

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