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Anonymous – Operation Awake the Masses – 2013 (Full HD)

TRANSCRIPT – Dear citizens of the world, Operation: Awake the Masses has begun. First, let’s make one thing clear. For the ones still not believing our words as being the truth, we are not a conspiracy created in China or Russia, determined to overthrow the United States of America. As far as we can see, almost all of the governments of the world are poisoned by greed and enslaved by the monopoly cartel. We have been created by the very acts of violence, terror, and greed, which has been used by your Government and its shadow masters ruling it, to conquer the entire World.

Anonymous is everyone; everyone can take action in his own way against their own governments if they believe that the people working there, does not serve the citizens’ best interest, but instead they serve the corporate monopoly.

Action must be taken nonetheless.

We are not blind and we see the problems facing Asia and the Middle-East. But first we will concentrate our efforts in the direction of the United States of America. Here is where the most unequal distribution of wealth exists. 400 people now own more wealth than most of its population. To be precise, more than 150 million people. 400 versus 150 million people. This will only stop if we start to awake the people that see life very different than the rest of us. The people we are talking about spend most of their time watching foolish TV shows about celebrities and still believe that their leaders only want the best for them. Also, watching whatever sick programs created for the human mind to be enslaved and redirected from the real problems facing humanity.

We have seen many brothers and sisters showing their interest in wanting to help humanity pass on the right track. Well, now is your chance. Here is what you can do to help to break the chains which have enslaved our planet. Upload on any social network or video-sharing sites like Facebook and Youtube, all the videos that you believe that represents the truth of the danger that threats our very existence. But, rename their title in a way so that people that are still asleep to be interested in. You have to make it look interesting in title, but the content to be straight to the matter. Of course, most of them will ignore the videos, report them, have them deleted, so be careful to use accounts that you can dispose of, so that your own accounts can be safe. This will also trigger a much securer protocol of those social networks and video-sharing sites, but by the time they will implement them, we will have already gained another couple of millions of awakened people on our side.

Just think what chain reaction we could create.

We remind the rest of Anonymous collectives to never underestimate the power of brainwashed people in large numbers. We are still a minority compared to the rest of the Earth population. And the only way we would ever have a chance into saving humanity once and for all from the monopoly banking system is by telling people the truth, even if they don’t want to hear it.

So this is our primary mission from now on.

Replacing their brainwashing weapons with the truth is the most peaceful action we will ever be able to take. And the most important fact is that it can be done by anyone, because anyone can be Anonymous. Let’s remind them that we’re not helpless no matter what threats or acts of violence they take.

We are not here to play foolish games – we are here with a mission. We are not getting paid for it, we are not becoming famous for it. Anonymous is everyone. Remember that. And never forget that we stand for true justice, equality, and liberty.

We are Anonymous.
We are everywhere.
We are everyone.
We will direct humanity into the right path.
We will save humanity – because we can.
Greedy banksters and corporate cartels, you cannot stop us.
You cannot stop the future.
Expect us.

Anonymous – In a attempt to open the eyes of the people of the world.

Error 404! The freedom you are looking for could not be found. Restart your government and try again later.

Anyone can be Anonymous, you are Anonymous join us
You can’t stop us, you can’t stop the future.

We will no longer tolerate the sleep of the masses.
We are Anonymous
We never forget
We never forgive
Expect Us/Expect Justice


Occupy Freedom S1E32. Nevada Governor 2014 David Lory VanD

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Bundy Ranch – What You’re Not Being Told

Published on Apr 14, 2014
There are some very powerful people who have done their best to cover up what really happened at the Bundy ranch in Clark County Nevada. Fortunately they failed.
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Posted: 12:00 a.m. Sunday, April 13, 2014
Commentary: One year of fast-track foreclosures has taken us nowhere, but Dodd-Frank offers a path

Brian Korte is a West Palm Beach attorney.
By Brian Korte

A year ago, Florida’s Legislature was on a drive to pass a fast-track foreclosure bill as a way to expedite the thousands of cases clogging the state’s courts. The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Kathleen Passidomo, R-Naples, had said the foreclosure process needed to be efficient while maintaining due process.

Neither of those goals has been met by the law that effectively shut the spigot on new filings. The law requires lenders filing a foreclosure to sign an affidavit attesting to the truthfulness of the documents and that they are the holder of the mortgage note at the time of filing. The difficulty or inability to comply resulted in a 36 percent drop in new foreclosure filings. Should anyone be surprised? Not really, given that the five biggest mortgage lenders — Citi, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, and Ally – paid billions in deals with the attorneys general of nearly all 50 states to make up for fraudulent mortgage documents.

The real shame of it is that justice wasn’t served. Owners who struggle or who have stopped making payments still live under the cloud of foreclosure with nothing in the state law to prompt banks to work with owners on modifications. The law eroded property rights, increased the burden on banks, and did not relieve the courts of the glut of foreclosure cases. And despite rising home values, neighborhoods and cities continue to be damaged from the more than 14,000 “zombie” foreclosures in South Florida — those homes abandoned by their owners and left unclaimed by their lenders.

A number of foreclosure cases now sit before the appeals courts, which consistently have been reversing the lower courts on basic contract and evidence laws. As these cases are overturned, some families will find they have another shot at a fair and honest day in court. But the crisis exists today, and homeowners deserve a solution now. The fast-track foreclosure law actually impedes an end to the crisis as far too many cases are stuck in neutral.

There’s a much bigger hammer now forcing banks to change their practices and giving owners a fighting chance. Provisions of the federal Dodd-Frank Act that became effective this year change how mortgage lenders and servicers do business. The rules are designed to protect home buyers from risky mortgages and shady mortgage practices. Anyone wrestling today with a lender or loan servicer may be able to sue in federal court for damages. Unfortunately, the law is not retroactive.

The changes require lenders to provide the borrowers with detailed information about their loan. They also must credit payments promptly and give a prompt response to requests for pay-off information. Lenders also must give notification to borrowers before slapping a new homeowner’s insurance policy onto their loans. So-called forced-place insurance policies were responsible in themselves for many foreclosures.

The list sounds like sound business practices that any lender or servicer already would be doing — except history shows those facing foreclosure or attempting to modify their mortgage loans have faced ridiculous communication roadblocks in getting simple information from their lenders and servicers.

People may not be aware that they now have rights since little has been written about the most recent provisions of Dodd-Frank. Had this law been in place at the height of the housing crisis, all the people who lost their houses illegally would have had recourse.

Another significant change restricts “dual tracking,” the practice of a mortgage lender beginning a foreclosure action at the same time it offers a borrower a loan modification.

This has been a common practice, and there are countless times when a homeowner has been attempting to work with a lender on a modification at the same time his foreclosure case would appear on the court calendar.

If any homeowner dealt with unresponsive lenders, unrecorded payments, and dual tracking, the homeowner now could have a case against their lender. But Dodd-Frank doesn’t eliminate the problems created by Florida’s fast-track legislation. One year after the law was adopted, there’s plenty of evidence to show it has failed to provide efficiency or due process. Florida’s Legislature should make it a priority to repeal the fast-track foreclosure law.