I just recently started a page on Facebook so that mortgage fraud victims, whom have been victimized by the banks, can share their stories with other victimized homeowner’s of this nation. At Share Your Story of Mortgage Fraud we not only allow you to put your story on the wall, we include a Note page that is dedicated exclusively to your case so that people won’t have to weed through the main wall to get to your story. I share this page every day and in every possible way.
I have been where you have been. Read my story “An Apology to Our Neighbors, Our Neighborhood and our City” to witness our on-going journey. It is important to share what we have been through. To many people have the wrong conception about what is going on because they are not seeing the true face of the crimes that have occurred. They are not seeing the damage that these banks crimes have done to good, honest people in our society.
We, the people have trusted our government to do what is right and it has allowed them to be reckless in how they structure that laws that govern those that donate rigorously to their campaign funds. We, the people elected you to make our country better; not to totally ignore the “little people” as you seem to see us.
The main theme of this blog is based on a famous quote from Thomas Jefferson, of which I often refer to, that has proven to be prophetic and I think you will agree. Written in 1802 in a letter to the then Secretary of the Treasury, Albert Gallatin, Mr. Jefferson communicated the following:
“If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered…I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies… The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.”
We need to demand that the power is returned to “We, the people”. We need to stand up for our rights as a people and we need to share the experiences of those who have been harmed by this outrageous, criminal behavior of the banks. We need to gather these stories and put them right in the face of those in “power” and demand true restitution and regulations of these thug type entities that call themselves banks; reminding our government that it is their responsibility to ensure that these institutions are held accountable for the crimes that they have committed and make them pay, to the homeowners and not other government entities, the damages that they have caused in their crimes against this nations homeowners.