Thursday, April 11, 2013

Adolf Hitler's Common Ground with MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry

by NextNewsNetwork

By now you've probably seen or heard the MSNBC propaganda piece featuring Melissa Harris-Perry.

In the promo for NBC's 24 hour news network Perry states, "We have to break through our private idea that children belong to their parents, or children belong to their families, and recognize that children belong to whole communities. Once it's everybody's responsibility and not just the household's, we start making better investments."

In 1933 Adolf Hitler made a nearly identical statement on his quest to exterminate millions. Hitler declared in one of his trademark speeches, "When an opponent declares, 'I will not come over to your side,' I calmly say, Your child belongs to us already... What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing else but this new community."

It appears the MSNBC host clearly shares some of Adolf Hitler's ideals.

Independent Foreclosure Review Settlement Settles NOTHING!

UPDATE: April 15, 2013:
I received my "settlement" check from the Independent Foreclosure Review scam.... and I fit into the modification denied category...NO surprise since I've been screaming that I was wrongly denied for over 4 years now!!! But, there's no offer for loan modification, no rescinding of my foreclosure offer, no correcting of the servicer record for excess interest, late fees, foreclosure fees, and/or any other improper amounts offer nor correcting my credit report offer. Just a measley $2000.00 when Countrywide over charged me $5000.00 before and I've lost so much more during this 3 1/2 year court battle which should have never happened to begin with had they not wrongly denied me my loan modification in the first place!!!!! AND... I STILL have to fight in my appeal to the Supreme Court so I won't lose my home because the lower court Judge...Justice Paul Fritchze wrongly found for the bank after denying me discovery and saying US Bank owned my note when the "true & accurate" copy of the original first filed to open this case wasn't even endorsed...and guess what? Over $1300.00 of that $2000.00 is gonna have to go towards paying for my fricking fracking court transcripts now for my appeal!! GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

Well, I hate to tell y'all this but... I talked with both Rust Consulting AND the Federal Reserve today and found out that of the 17 banks included with the Independent Foreclosure Review...only FOUR STILL are under the Financial Framework of that review: GMAC, Financial Freedom, EverBank/EverHome, One West Bank/IndyMac.  CLICK HERE for the framework. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE BANKS WHO MADE THE SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT. The other ones, made a settlement with the Fed Reserve & OCC. 
Now, you may think that's good. But it isn't...and here's why. Under the frame work, not only is the bank "error" identified, and a reimbursement/payment made to you...but the bank would also have to do other things...according to each fix that error. For instance, if you were wrongly denied a loan modification....the bank would pay you a certain amount...along with rescinding the foreclosure, giving you the loan modification that you should have gotten, correct servicer record for excess interest, late fees, foreclosure fees, and/or any other improper amounts, and correct credit reports. In other words, put you back whole again before the foreclosure due to their error. with this settlement between 13 big banks and the Feds & OCC...the ONLY thing these banks have to give you the money! AND... THEY get to decide how much they give you!!!!!! So, they get to keep the foreclosure....sell your house....make you pay any difference between what they get and what is owed...your credit stays bad...and you get a measley amount for your troubles (which you don't really get cause they'll get it back with the difference between the sale price & what you owe!) NICE way to protect the homeowner, eh? 
HERE IS THE NEW FINANCIAL FRAMEWORK for the 13 banks who settled. There's NO protection for the homeowner with required corrections of any happenings due to their "errors". They only have to pay money....and not much of that compared to what they got in enrichment from their "error" to begin with! PLUS....they get to steal your home AND you have to pay the difference between what they sell it for...and what they say was owed (cause we ALL know that when they sell your home, they won't get the full price of what's owed!).

Big Brother Possibly Has Your Info - Without Your Knowledge!

WND WRITES: A team of privacy advocates and experts is launching a lawsuit against the FBI for refusing to provide to the public information about its new Next Generation Identification system, which the federal agency says is in demand among its customers for its biometric database of Americans.

The lawsuit has been filed against the FBI in Washington by the Electronic Privacy Information Center and it is demanding a court order that information about the program’s contracts with private companies as well as its technical specifications be made available.

EPIC confirmed that the NGI system upon completion “will be the largest biometric database in the world” and will include files of fingerprints, DNA profiles. iris scans, palm prints, voice identification profiles, photographs and other identifying information already collected by states, counties – and even schools.

“The FBI will use facial recognition to match images in the database against facial images obtained from CCTV and elsewhere,” the organization said, noting there already are an estimated 30 million spy cameras across the United States.

The complaint explains that the FBI announced in 2009 the NGI system was being created to record, analyze and use biometrics of U.S. citizens – whether they know that their details have been recorded or not.

EPIC followed up shortly later with Freedom of Information Act requests for details about the program’s contracts with private companies – such as who would get access to Americans’ biometrics and why, as well as questions about the technical specifications.

That was because the database was expected to include millions of photographs, fingerprints, voiceprints and other identifiers of people who are not criminals – and are not even suspects in crimes, EPIC said. In fact, they are individuals who probably “are unaware that their images and biometric identifiers were captured.”

One of the circumstances is that some law enforcement officers now are using handheld devices that allow them to “scan irises and faces of individuals and match them against biometric databases.”

Also, some “school districts now are requiring children to provide biometric identifiers, such as palm prints.”

That there is a danger was made clear because a private company was found trying to sell its biometric database of American consumers after its parent company, Verified Identity Pass, collapsed into bankruptcy, the complaint said.

“Personally identifiable information could be lost or misused as a result” of the new program, the complaint said.

Among the private companies thought to be involved are Lockheed Martin, IBM, Accenture, BAE Systems Information Technology, Global Science & Technology, Innovative Management and Technology Services and Platinum Solutions.

States already thought to be providing biometric details to the NGI include Arizona, Hawaii, Kansas, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio, South Carolina and Tennessee.

Although the FBI admitted that it had more than 7,300 pages of documentation that responded to the requests, EPIC has yet to see any, the complaint alleges.

The FBI explains that it launched the biometric database of Americans because of “customer requirements.”

The FBI said it is expected to replace its existing fingerprint ID system, as well as expand the agency’s capabilities into “multimodal functionality.”

“The NGI Program Office mission is to reduce terrorist and criminal activities by improving and expanding biometric identification and criminal history information services through research, evaluation, and implementation of advanced technology,” the FBI explains.

It specifically calls for iris records and search capabilities, palm prints, facial recognition capabilities and other components of a “unimodel” system.

“The framework will be expandable, scalable, and flexible to accommodate new technologies and biometric standards, and will be interoperable with existing systems. Once developed and implemented, the NGI initiatives and multimodal functionality will promote a high level of information sharing, support interoperability, and provide a foundation for using multiple biometrics for positive identification,” the FBI said.