16 November 2011

KingCast, Mortgage Movies, Occupy Wall Street, Union Federal and Anchor Bank Foreclosure Fraud and my chat with a one percenter.


BTW the landlord is not going to evict. He felt sorry for the tenant, who was duped by Union Federal so he is going to work things out with her.


Another KingCast/Mortgage Movies victory for the Little People.I am currently uploading v2.0 of the Madison, Wisconsin fiasco where Union Federal Bank, by and through Attorney John D. Center, unlawfully took rent monies owed to residential landlord Randy_____. Wait until you see Attorney Center's reaction to my simple query about the assignment of rents.


Anyway last night I had a brief but rather engaging conversation over a drink with a certain one percenter who will remain nameless but who definitely does not fit the mold of the archetypical one percenter. That fact is important for several reasons: This individual is no silver-spoon dilettante. S/he grew up working jobs and slinging burgers just like us 99%ers but at some point had the luck and foresight to get involved in alternative/green energies well ahead of the curve. In point of fact I have no doubt that our Kevin Bacon paths have crossed at some point when I was zoning director for a certain wireless infrastructure company 2 years ago in New England. They too, embrace green technologies. We both concur that identity politics is one of the most divisive and useless things this Country has ever seen: It is equally unfair to prejudge all of the Occupy protesters as it is to prejudge all corporate executives. 


"What if my family had decided to hate all white people just because some white people were jerks," I pointed out. "That would get us nowhere and I would have less diversity in my family to boot."


I raise these issues today because this one percenter was keenly interested in learning more about the mortgage crisis, mortgage-backed securities, municipal and State CAFR accounts and the illegality of securitized notes that provide the backdrop for much of what is the subject of the protests, ab initio. Just ask NY State Judge Arthur Schack, AZ Bankruptcy Judge Eileen Hollowell and Judge Christopher Boyko from my former Federal practice venue when I was AAG and in private practice, prior to becoming a title insurance producer.


There are corporate executives in my own personal life who are open to learning about these issues as well. The bottom line is that those of us interested in crafting a better World must remember to stay open and to work together out here, otherwise we are destined to stay stuck on stupid, Five Gears in Reverse. Just ask this one percenter, who supports the Occupy movement. But don't ask U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte, she is obdurate in her support of the corrupt one percenters. Watch this:

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