One positive outcome of the recently announced 49 State Attorney General National Mortgage Sellout is the fact that Americans and our courts are going to experience an absolute full frontal assault of new foreclosure cases.
And when I say this is a “Positive Outcome” I mean of course positive in the sense that the banks continue their crushing march of unfettered crime, desecration of our court system and the Rule of Law and ultimately the destruction of families and our communities.
Yes, American taxpayers bailed out the banks and yes, our children and grandchildren will be paying for the absolute looting of the National Treasury for generations, but we are all just serfs, slaves in this kingdom, ruled by a governing elite that takes their direction from the banks, institutions and Wall Street that own this nation.
I am already seeing a dramatic increase in aggressive new prosecution of old cases, and tidal wave of new cases filed. Funny, when Eric Holder and the thugs from the federal government, along with their co conspirators in the 49 state attorney general offices, along with their patrons, the banks, announced this “Landmark Settlement Agreement”, I don’t recall them mentioning that the National Mortgage Sellout was going to mean….
A DRAMATIC ACCELERATION OF THROWING AMERICANS INTO THE STREET SO THE BANKSTERS COULD SUCK DOWN EVEN MORE PROFITS AND LOOT THE FEDERAL TREASURY EVEN FASTER!
Here’s the story from Yahoo……
A painful part two of the slump looks set to unfold: Many more U.S. homeowners face the prospect of losing their homes this year as banks pick up the pace of foreclosures.
“We are right back where we were two years ago. I would put money on 2012 being a bigger year for foreclosures than 2010,” said Mark Seifert, executive director of Empowering & Strengthening Ohio’s People (ESOP), a counseling group with 10 offices in Ohio.
“Last year was an anomaly, and not in a good way,” he said.
Online foreclosure marketplace RealtyTrac estimated that while foreclosures dropped slightly nationwide in February from January and from February 2011, they rose in 21 states and jumped sharply in cities like Tampa (64 percent), Chicago (43 percent) and Miami (53 percent).