April 7, 2014
United States, White-Collar Crimes, White-Collar Criminals
Amsterdam, David Brooks, Money supply, New York Times, United States, World Bank, Yale University, YouTube
This revelation by a US whistleblower may be late, but more and more people realise that the issue is ‘money’ and the ‘money supply’, i.e. what we’ve been investigating with the Forum for Stable Currencies since the 90s.
Karen A Hudes studied law at Yale and economics in Amsterdam and worked in the Legal Department of the World Bank from 1986 to 2007. She became a whistleblower because “it was the right thing to do.” But on her About Us page she quotes David Brooks, contributor to the New York Times:
80 percent of these whistleblowers regret having reported the crimes because of the negative consequences they suffered. This is not the way to treat people who detect error.” http://brooks.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/13/living-with-mistakes/?comments#permid=34
Searching YouTube for her name gives you this list of videos. So she now confirms what we’ve been going on about since the late nineties: the money supply of a country that leads to what’s so dishonest about our money system…
October 3, 2010
Foreclosure, Home possession, Law, Loan, Mortgage loan, New York Times, The rule of money, United States
A neat post from the most remarkable video people called Brasscheck TV:
The New York Times put this on the front page last week.
We reported it nearly two years ago.
A huge percentage of US mortgages written during the Bush era were fraudulent, in violation of lending laws and/or so carelessly handled the banks can’t find the paperwork.
If you or someone you know is facing foreclosure on a Bush era mortgage and they want to keep their home, find someone who specializes in auditing real estate loans and if you find malfeasance (or gross incompetence), get a lawyer and stay put.
The banks were in such a rush to get free money they didn’t think it was necessary to follow the law. Let them pay the consequences.