Consider the fact that our homes are the very building blocks of society. Yet "we" have let this predatory home loan scheme go forward to the point where not only have billions been made in profits, and billions lost, but we, the people, in the final insult are then asked to provide ever more money for bailouts... all for the "too big to fail" crowd who own the very process, trade off inside information, and bleed us dry as they profit enormously.
As a result, more debt money is then created by the Fed via the purchase of government bonds at interest – changing interest which serves as the bondage and chains of the people to a cruel and corrupt Banking establishment.
The very idea of foreign investors owning the mortgages on our homes is simply ridiculous. We, the people, via our own Treasury should hold the loans and, if interest is charged (say, two per cent) then these interest monies would go directly to our Treasury to pay for either more home loans, rebuilding infrastructure, or to reduce our taxes.
This is the way a moral, equitable, community and nation operates... and we have yet to become one.
What a sick, corrupt, setup we labor under. And yet we have yet to hear any one of "our" representatives propose Treasury-Direct home loans with the money creation powers returned to our own Treasury. This is the taboo subject, the one which will never be asked in the current campaign debates. As always, it is that which is not discussed in the corporate-banking media that is of the utmost importance.
So, first its a media problem (see EditorFreedom.com) - i.e., one demanding awareness of the subject and extensive debate and then it’s a banking problem. However, with Goldman Sach’s hold over the White House and Secretary of Treasury position, the likelihood of any such public debate is currently zero... and that is our real problem.
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