Time to Fight Back Against Too Big to Jail Banksters: NO MORE DEBT!
RePosted from September 8, 2012 by The Doc on Max keisers site.
The hour of reckoning is soon upon us. So I have a suggestion to those who find the heavy hand of a banker or creditor on your neck.
Tell them not no, but “H*ll no!” No more of my money will go to your corrupt vaults. I did not sign a suicide pact with a gang of thieves who have conspired to rig my rates, to strip me of my hard earned money and consigned my family to a lifetime of poverty. H*ll -No!
If you think my precious FICO means a da*n thing to me you have another thing coming. Go ahead and destroy my credit rating. See if I care. If you think you can kill me with debt I will kill you with non payment. I will strangle you in your offices with non payment of this wretched debt. You better learn how to eat air, because no more of my money will come your way. None.
SilverDoctors Contributor & Former Banker AGXIIK goes on an all-out RANT:
The World of Cartels
In the last 4 years we’ve seen banks go from TOO BIG TO FAIL in Bear Sterns; TOO BIG TO BAIL in Lehman then TOO BIG TO JAIL in Barclays Bank. The financial crisis of 2008 was never solved. No bankers were sentenced. No one served time. After $29 trillion in tax payer dollars used to defend this corrupt system, the Fed spent us into fiscal oblivion to rescue the US Banks and the world financial system. And it accomplished absolutely NOTHING.
Every single banker overlord got a full pardon, multi billion dollar bonuses and a silver-plated government-issued license to continue with their global thievery. What ever happened to the little people who were crushed by these evil men and their weapons of mass financial destruction? Nothing.
They are just as dead; just as destroyed; just as crushed into penury by this evilness even as if the malefactors were actually punished. No one was held accountable. To use a favorite phrase of the soft, moist, oily politicians who purport to represent the people, every and every one of these evil men was given a multi billion dollar mulligan and keys to the 19th hole golf club house watering hole. Belly up to the bar boys, your time is coming.
Barclays and its 19 crony banks rigged $350 trillion in LIBOR interest derivatives. This is 25% of the entire $1.25 quadrillion derivatives market. That is 192 times larger than the entire world economy. It’s a number so vast there is really nothing to concern ourselves with. To worry about this would be like concern over a Coronal Mass Ejection that burns our world to a crisp. Get right with Jesus in that case, because there is no saving us in that event.
$350 trillion or its big brother, the $1.25 quadrillion in derivatives is not really the issue. In the wonderful world of Cartels, these derivatives are just the sand castles occupied by the bankers who created this empire of debt in 4 short years. They are just a distraction that is being used to club us over the head so we willingly give up more of our freedom and money to save the hides of these criminals.
We have allowed these creatures to built an empire so large and corrupt that to try to tear it down would rain destruction on those least able to defend themselves. The debt slaves of the world are little more than the serfs who are forced to bow, scrape and curtsey in front of these evil men.
That said, we know the hour of reckoning is soon upon us. So I have a suggestion to those who find the heavy hand of a banker or creditor on your neck.
Tell them “Not no, but Hell no” No more of my money will go to your corrupt vaults. I did not sign a suicide pact with a gang of thieves who have conspired to rig my rates, to strip me of my hard earned money and consigned my family to a lifetime of poverty. Hell -No!
If you think my precious FICO means a damn thing to me you have another thing coming. Go ahead and destroy my credit rating. See if I care. If you think you can kill me with debt I will kill you with non payment. I will strangle you in your offices with non payment of this wretched debt. You better learn how to eat air, because no more of my money will come your way. None.
Take my house; I’ll rent. Take my credit cards; I’ll pay with cash. Take my car; I’ll walk. But try to take my dignity and I will destroy you and I will do it with the best weapon ever invented. I will borrow no more. I will pay no more. I will bankrupt your cartels; your banks, your dens of monetary thieves and criminals. I will live my life free of debt and all forms of counter-party risk and to Hell with you. The voices and actions of 100,000,000 Americans will be heard in full throated roar as we take back our freedoms and liberties from the foul, rat’s nests of the bankers.
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Sacramento Joe| September 8, 2012 at 5:47 pm |
Debt is slavery.
Vonda Bra | September 8, 2012 at 5:47 pm |
“Take my credit cards; I’ll pay with cash. ” ?
bad news from Italy !!! Italy: in 2013 no more than 50 euro cash
veronica | September 8, 2012 at 6:22 pm |
instead of the little people; how about ‘retail banking services consumers’
lupe | September 8, 2012 at 6:34 pm |
“the only way to save the village was to destroy it”
David Liberty | September 8, 2012 at 6:42 pm |
Let’s get that on the cover of Barron’s!!!
John Regan | September 8, 2012 at 7:19 pm |
Or just do it formally with the constitution. Get rid of the debt, that is. Lawfully. Why can’t people come together on that one?
There are other posts on the blog about this, too. 28th amendment and so on.
It’s a good idea. People should start paying attention to it.
European American | September 8, 2012 at 7:37 pm |
It “sounds” real good to bail out on the banks, but it has its downside. Besides, it’s just what the leeches, the wannabes, those that have no fortitude to keep from consuming, want to hear. It lacks “responsibility”; a disappearing quality of integrity in America today.
Debtors Prison; not a fun way to spend the day. And that form of punishment is coming back, soon.
Bail out on one’s obligation then one becomes no different from “them”. (What you put out comes back 10 fold.)
Best to simply not get into debt in the first place. It’s an addiction here in America. Shows little fortitude.
Just don’t play their game, in the first place.
Bandwagon | September 8, 2012 at 7:41 pm |
Some good ideas coming up but how many punters will it take for full effect?
Mabs | September 8, 2012 at 7:48 pm |
@Bandwagon, don’t you think they’ll just counter by forcing a cashless society, as Vonda Bra hinted?
Community solidarity and alternate local currencies, as Bernard Lietaer suggested, anyone?
Jack | September 8, 2012 at 8:03 pm |
The bankers created the debt money out of thin air so that is what they should get paid back in.
Astraea Shaw | September 8, 2012 at 8:15 pm |
I just want to know – and keep asking – WHY does anyone have to pay actual money, money made through real work and real resources, for what came out of thin air???
I wish to God someone would answer that question.
Astraea Shaw | September 8, 2012 at 8:23 pm |
jack – exactly – let the Governments write the, a cheque – or check! Then take everything they have – everything. It is not theirs! The STOLE it. They are thieves and liars. They are USURERS. Nothing they have is theirs! NOTHING.
They have caused the deaths of millions upon millions of children. Hang them all!
Better still, put the, in stocks every week-end in public places in Washington DC, New York, London, Sydney, – everywhere so that the People can come along and throw rotten things at them – like rotten eggs, rotten tomatoes and anything else they feel like that is ROTTEN.
These are ROTTEN people.
For the rest of the week let the, be confined behind thick glasss. doing hard labor while the People watch and feel relieved that Justice has been done –AT LAST!
It has been going on for about four thousand years, for God’s sake. STOP IT NOW.
Hegelian Dialectic | September 8, 2012 at 9:03 pm |
The only part I have a question about is ” Take my house; I’ll rent. ” Won’t your higher-thatn-normal-because-everybody-wants-one rent be going in large part to pay the mortgage on the place that was taken out by the guy (or gal) who’s renting to you? I li9ke the IDEA, I just don’t see the financial or moral benefit. Now, if we’re talkin’ about a way to stop paying your mortgage and still keep the house….
Crissy | September 8, 2012 at 9:24 pm |
I did this several years ago. Five credit cards were just charged off with no repercussions. One card company sold the account and a they hired a law firm that got a judgement. In my state it is possible to keep quite a lot of property and assets they can’t touch. It is enough to get by with and I have much more money from not having to pay out such a large sum every month. It is still possible to get credit under those conditions but with a larger down payment, but who wants it when cash and owning is better.
YoLithos | September 8, 2012 at 10:27 pm |
Underground railways and slave bounty hunters. How do you escape being a Jew in Nazi territory?
Vonda Bra | September 8, 2012 at 10:44 pm |
@ YoLithos | September 8, 2012 at 10:27 pm |
—How do you escape being a Jew in Nazi territory?—-
How do you escape being a “goy” in Zionazi territory?
Daidalos | September 8, 2012 at 11:57 pm |
The Mortgage/Ownership/Free Ownership thing is possible. As long as you cite Contract Law, try getting your mortgageR to demonstrate their risk! -They Fractionally reserved their risk into existence FROM NOTHING- They HAVE NO PRINCIPAL THAT YOU ARE INDEBTED FOR. Therefore NO Contract can take place between you and the bank under contract law, because they never stood any risk… They just pushed a button and ZAP- The house house was theirs until you paid their demand in full with interest.
-I might be drunk though…. But I know that both parties have to have risk for a contract to be valid.
Vonda Bra | September 9, 2012 at 12:47 am |
Daidalos | September 8, 2012 at 11:57 pm |
—-I might be drunk though…. But I know that both parties have to have risk for a contract to be valid.—-
hmmm … not sure! … what makes you so SURE to KNOW? … its mostly the “small print stuff in a contract” that is not fully “perceived” or understood by the signing principal ….
anyway, cheers! … currently enjoying some white wine too ….
Dave Harrison | September 9, 2012 at 1:10 am |
Sounds great, pre-bankruptcy act of 2005. Now, tell it to the sheriff and you go from being a client of the bank to a client of Corrections Corp. of America. The bank doesn’t own your debt… the state does.
jonkirby2012.wordpress.com | September 9, 2012 at 1:55 am |
Where you been I did this 4 years ago the whole damn sindicate Nothing. On top of that I have joined in a class action suit seems they Illegally sold my house too cheap. You know the one I begged for 3 Years to refinance. Hell no is the right attitude. World is generally backward on a lot of stuff. If I owe you money and your given me sh@.t it’s not my problem. No money for you. Congratulations now as a nation we need to do this. I highly encourage Everyone to watch Bill Still’s “secrets of oz” The bankers have taken enough quantity of money out of the system 44% Where as in the 1930′s they only took out 33% of liquidity. It’s not what Backs you money it Quantity! Bill’s video is on YouTube or front page of My site. ..jonkirby2012.wordpress.com