Foreclosure Defense Florida

The United States Constitution Has Been Suspended Until Further Notice

Constitutional-AmendmentsWhen the founding forefathers drafted the Constitution, they did not contemplate or take into consideration the complex issues presented by the foreclosure wars or the securitization of American property.

The forefathers did not contemplate that websites like this would exist and that citizen activists and reporters would be sharing information about the business practices of the servicing and banking industries.

The foreclosure wars are igniting passions and intense emotional expressions like the kind we saw yesterday in the Tampa Convention Center and these kinds of meetings present security risks for the servicers, bankers and foreclosure mills.

Accordingly, there are a variety of efforts underway to suspend the United States Constitution until further notice.   First, no more reporting or sharing any information relating to the foreclosure wars.   No public meetings of disgruntled homeowners to discuss issues related to the foreclosre wars.   Goodbye First Amendment.

Because the federal government owns or backs the majority of the loans that are being foreclosed on, the Fourth Amendment which should protect against unreasonable seizures must be suspended.   Goodbye Fourth Amendment.

Those rules of procedure, evidence and case law that have been established over hundreds of years are unreasonable and antiquated.   These rules of evidence and court procedure did not contemplate the procedures developed in the new era of securitization, accordingly the Due Process protections formerly contemplated by the Fourteenth Amendment have been suspended. Goodbye Fourteenth Amendment.

Unfortunately this is not fiction.   This is already happening.   All across this country. May God Help Us All.


  • Attorney Wendy Alison Nora says:

    Dear Matt,
    The Fourth Amendment hasn’t been suspended. We need to argue that foreclosing on the citizens is indeed “eminent domain” where the foreclosing entities are TARP funded or partially Treasury owned. I have been thinking about this issue for almost a year. Anyone interested in collaborating on a “Bivens” action (the federal equivalent to 42 U.S.C. sec. 1983) please contact me at I talked to legal counsel at the U.S. Treasury in February, 2010. I asked them if they would waive sovereign immunity if necessary or applicable. The lawyers I spoke to were very apologetic and I think they are looking for our help in addressing this issue.
    Excellent perception of the core issue of civil rights involved in this scandal and don’t forget that the individuals at the Treasury could be joined as participating in a criminal enterprise under RICO, depending on how discovery goes.
    Keep the faith,
    Wendy Alison Nora

  • Stupendous Man says:

    That depends on which of our founding fathers one gravitates too/towards.

    There was quite a division amongst them, with some favoring a private central bank and others vehemently opposed to such. Good, and unfortunately bad, information in that regard is found all over the internet.

    Those opposed believed, or understood, that when issuance and control of money was placed in private hands there would be a cascading, cumulative and corrupting effects. Did they understand in detail “the complex issues presented by the foreclosure wars or the securitization of American property.” No. But they had it covered in the broad strokes.

    I favor, as an introduction to understanding our monetary system, a speech made by Ed Vieira in 2003 to The Rotary Club of New York.

    Vieira is no lightweight. He has taken 4 cases to the US Supreme Court. Very, very few attorneys ever take 1 case to that highest of courts. Vieira won 3 of his 4.

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