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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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IF IT ISN’T RACISM, THEN IT’S LIBERALISM!

(BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED) –– The author posts this review and diatribe with the intent to posit what he considers the typical “entitlement” stereotype that fits within the framework of liberal ideologies. It is not intended to posit legal advice nor portray anyone in a light not well suited to the events within the present day. 

BLM SHOOTS ITSELF IN THE FOOT AGAIN

For a movement to gain traction, its platforms and principles need to be rooted in constitutional history and not based on agendas not intended by our Founding Fathers.

And just when you thought liberal media might be onto something, they surprise themselves in frustration at their own insistence and effort.

Take the case of the interview done by FOX News’ Anchor Martha MacCallum with Hawk Newsome, the chairperson of the Black Lives Matter Movement of Greater New York (City).  Every attempt by MacCallum to question Newsome’s motives ended up stonewalled in rhetoric that was totally self-serving and rooted in liberalism.

First, Newsome attacked Rudy Giuliani’s portrayal of BLM as a “domestic terrorist organization”.   After his rant, MacCallum played a clip of Chicago BLM organizer Ariel Atkins, which condoned looting as “reparations”.  Atkins’ comments made Facebook, of course: “I don’t care if somebody decides to loot a Gucci or a Macy’s or a Nike because that makes sure that person eats.  That makes sure that person has clothes. That’s reparations.  That is reparations.”

When asked if Newsome agreed with Atkins’s statement, Newsome dodged the question by ranting on white supremacy as a form of oppression … “white supremacy will have you criticizing the oppressed and worshipping the oppressors. Now, if you want to talk to me about reparations, nothing falls short of a solution other than people cutting a check.  And we’re not talking about going in everyday Americans’ pockets, we are talking about banks who benefitted from slavery.”

No matter how many times MacCallum tried to interrupt Newsome with getting him to stay on point and answer the question about Atkins’ comments, Newsome continued to evade the question by bringing up the police shooting of Breonna Taylor. Frustrated, MacCallum ended the interview when Newsome again avoided her question with another question of his own.

“You are having a circular conversation”, MacCallum stated as Newsome continued babbling. “You don’t want to answer questions about looting and stealing and breaking windows so, hopefully, we can have another conversation … ”   (hat tip to the Daily Caller)  Frankly, this author tuned Newsome out when he said the banks should just cut a check because they benefitted from slavery.   These people appear to have a one-track mind.  To even state the term “white supremacy”, one has to understand that the term in of itself is racist.  But it’s okay for liberals to call out anyone who even dares to argue this point racist.  This is the Antifa modus operandi.

STEREOTYPICAL PRIVILEGE

In some Arab States, if you are caught shoplifting, they cut off your hands.  BLM folk should be glad they don’t live in the Arab States.  The author wonders how many times Martin Luther King, Jr. has turned over in his grave in wonder of today’s current events?

Every time we turn a new page in history, the BLM Movement teaches us about the way many people think, not just black people.  There are entitled “white” people too.  This is why welfare states are draining this country of the opportunity to grow.  Businesses move to and open their doors where the labor pools support the working stiffs.

Any state which condones the socialist welfare system will fail because its ideological processes are not rooted in anything God-like as to principle.  To have BLM spokespeople out there saying it’s okay to steal a Gucci purse out of a broken store window because people gotta eat … excuse me?   How do you “eat” a Gucci purse?

Oh wait!  You have to sell the stolen Gucci purse (to someone who pays you money) so you can buy drugs and food.  The welfare state loves to support people’s drug and alcohol habits.  The author knows this from personal experiences. Most people this author is aware of that are on some form of government dole spend their stipend unwisely.  The BLM Movement made its first mistakes when whoever decided the two people discussed in this article should be “leaders” or “organizers” put them in the spotlight.  There is nothing rational about the comments made by these two people.  There are ordinances on the books in every city and state that prohibit destruction of property and theft of property, receiving stolen goods and selling stolen goods.  What it appears is that these folks simply want to “take” whatever suits them (meaning property not belonging to them) at the time it suits them and sell it at 100% profit so they can simply “exist” until the money runs out and then “take” again.

Blue State ideologies support this behavior.

There is nothing God-like about this attitude at all.  Most of us work for a living.  The author doesn’t care what color your skin is … you have the opportunity (like every other hard working American out there) to work smart and take legitimate advantage of every opportunity that is afforded to you.  If you have to “take” shortcuts just to survive, then you have to either be punished (for which the system has a set of laws for that purpose) or suffer at the hands of an armed homeowner or shopkeeper.

IN SEATTLE, WHITE PEOPLE LIVING IN BLACK NEIGHBORHOODS ARE CHASTISED BY BLM

“Give us your houses and open your wallets!”  This is the kind of garbage being spewed by protesters in Seattle as they marched through mostly black neighborhoods, accusing white people of buying up all of the property and furthering the cause of white gentrification and white supremacy.   You have to wonder what turnip truck these protesters fell off of.  It’s apparent they didn’t pay attention to history in grade school.  Oh wait!  What kids are taught in our liberal education systems is being taught by teachers who got a liberal education in college and are liberally paying principal and interest on student loans for the rest of their lives.  Hmmm.  Some things just aren’t right here, are they?   This sounds like the same “circular conversation” propounded by Newsome and Atkins.

SO ARE WE TO ASSUME THAT PROTESTERS PROMOTING THIS KIND OF BEHAVIOR SHOULD BE REWARDED?

The author found this 14″ x 10″ sign was available for purchase at Harbor Freight for just $4.99!   

Imagine that?  Why is Harbor Freight selling signs like this?

This is why there is an uptick in gun and ammo sales across America.  With this kind of “entitlement attitude”, things can only get worse if our government doesn’t do something to uphold the law.  This author believes that what BLM is doing is not just protesting police brutality, but rather promoting racism, their right to be black, their right to be free of consequence for their illegal actions, their right to loot, steal and vandalize, their right to shoot cops … and their right to shoot you … “whitey” … just ask the parents of the 5-year-old white boy that was shot in the head point by a black next door neighbor in North Carolina.  Tweaking on Fentanyl or not, no one has the right to take another’s life unless it’s in self defense.  That goes for the white cop that kneeled on George Floyd’s neck while he was tweaking on Fentanyl.

And the BLM made Floyd their poster child.  I guess it’s okay to burn down buildings, put people out of work, beat up shopkeepers and pop a cop, so long as you made your point, eh?

So now … this author surmises that if the BLM Movement wants to keep this tirade in the forefront, the consequences will end up falling on the shoulders of the citizens who choose to protect themselves by lethal force in defending their life, liberty and property.  And the more of a foothold the liberals get in America (just look at all of the Blue State-Blue City Majors that have condoned all of this illicit behavior) … well, you get the picture.  This is not making America great.  This country is going to hell in a hand basket.  Those who are sane are the only ones who can save its future.

Again, history repeats itself … and those who are ignorant of it are condemned to repeat it.  -Georg Santayana

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