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Under the Surface of Society, A Dark and Tangled Web Of Manipulations

This quote from the 43 trillion dollar lawsuit hits the general public apathy toward it right on the nose:
This lawsuit is necessary to avoid the looming financial crisis that shall occur as a
result of the foregoing theft of $43 trillion-plus. Indeed, former TARP Inspector General Neil Banofsky has warned that another massive bailout will again be required if the money center banks and/or their principals are deemed “too big to jail.”

One of the most common responses from the general public who are in fact victims of these crimes is “they won’t do anything about it”- conceding without a fight that crime inc is “too big to jail”

Its much easier to get the general public talking about a revolution or seceding from the United States than it is to get them to consider using our constitution to reclaim our constitution. The public doesn’t think very far in advance as to what happens after a state secedes or a revolution occurs. In the case of the latter a new constitution must be formed and that will probably be influenced by whatever group is the most organized just as occurred in “the Arab Spring” in which the Muslim Brotherhood fit that bill.

Those deemed “too big to jail” are allegedly a globally organized network of crime in collusion with high-ups in the Obama administration who have made resources from the Federal Reserve available to the “banksters” as this organization is called in the law suit.

If the revolutionist succeed and form a new constitution- its still is only as good as it is actually followed and utilized. This lawsuit is being pursued by those with the kind of courage discipline and fortitude that it tales to maintain a constitution after its realization.

I just finished reading the detailed description of the home foreclosure racket perpetuated by the defendants. Although I knew some of the basics about this racket previously, I have never read about it in such detail and I never understood until now the willful intent in which Americans were relieved of all their personal property and credit ratings.

Downloading this PFD Doc of the lawsuit recommended


On a related subject both a recount petition and a secession petition are being by advanced by "We The People" - just another face of the current White House. The petitions require one to register with whitehouse.org. There is a link to click that says "WHY ?". Upon clicking on the link one learns that the reason why is because in order to sign he petition one must register with whitehouse.org. In nanny speak- that is "Why? Because I say so"

Although it is legally required to post notice of the use of marketing software that tags users to create personal interest profiles , and although one does not find such a notice on whitehouse.org, I don't doubt that whitehouse.org is using their friendly petitions with a Tea Party sounding name to do just that. In the M.O.  of the government-, these days, is that the laws apply to the private sector and not to them. I even suspect that the whitehouse may be responsible for starting the petitions in order to create profiles of those that sign them. Why not? There is nothing to stop them from doing so. The idea of appealing to the alleged winning party of an election for a recount- or for the right to secede from the government from whom one wishes to secede is downright oxymoronic- not to mention that the electoral process is in the hands of the state and that seceding is unconstitutional-

And not to consider, upon reading the 43 trillion dollar lawsuit that there is no way that (the alleged) crime.inc would leave the results of the election up to chance- not with their alleged current collusion with the Obama administration - and especially not with a clean guy like Romney being the alternate choice.The lawsuit states crime inc (my term) can break into people's homes and rob them with unrivaled speed and efficiency- and uses the term "revolutionary technology". I don't know how it was done but upon reading of this alleged international crime organization it is inconceivable that they would not  rig some "insurance" for their ongoing scheme. They would not leave it up to the will of the people. There is far too much at stake.



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