The Evil of Foreclosures

By David J. Stewart

       It's one of the most diabolical and hideous evils throughout the history of mankind—just outright stealing people's homes. If the banks were honest, and the lawmakers were honest (which most aren't) then a person's home would be sold to pay the debt and the remainder of the money returned to the home owner.

One raw day in early February, Vicki Valentine stood by helplessly as real estate investors snatched her West Baltimore home over what began with an unpaid city water bill of $362. Valentine lost the property after the city sold her debt to investors through a contentious and Byzantine legal process called a tax sale. This little-known type of foreclosure can enrich investors as growing numbers of property owners struggle to pay their bills. Here's the news video...

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She lost her job and couldn't pay her bills, so the bank stole her home. Her father worked his whole life to pay off the mortgage. His daughter inherited the home. There was no mortgage when her father passed away. The house was paid in full. Yet, the bank foreclosed and kept the entire home over a $362 unpaid water bill. The city of Baltimore wouldn't comment, evidently because they're evil and part of the scam. It is beyond evil. I know God is angry over this tyranny and hurting of the innocent. The bank at worst could have sold the home, took their payment, and then given the woman back the half million dollars that the home is worth. Can you imagine this evil. How can a bank confiscate and keep a home worth hundreds-of-thousands of dollars over an unpaid $362 water bill? This is America today and it stinks!

Read here in the news where banks are now hiring thousands of lawyers to expedite foreclosures before homeowners have enough time to bail their home out of foreclosure. This is nothing short of pure robbery!!!

Here's another tragic story of what the banks are doing to people. In Asian countries they respect the elderly, but not here in fascist America, we just throw them out into the street...

US mortgage crisis: 90-year-old woman shoots herself to avoid eviction

America's financial crisis has claimed its latest victim: a 90-year-old woman who seemingly shot herself rather than be evicted from her home of 38 years.

October 4, 2008

Addie Polk, of Ohio, is being treated in hospital after she was found lying on the floor by police who were trying to serve her an eviction order. She had shot herself in the shoulder.

"It appears they're evicting her over her mortgage. She's lived in the house, the neighbours said, something like 38 years and in the last couple of years fell prey to some predatory lending company or financial institution," said Akron police spokesman Lieutenant Rick Edwards.

Before Wednesday's shooting, police had tried to serve Ms Polk eviction orders more than 30 times, local newspapers said.

Homes are being repossessed at record rates in the United States, with many mortgage holders being unable to keep up their monthly repayments.

The mortgage crisis tipped the first domino in an economic collapse that has threatened to destroy the US financial system.

Congress has just passed a $700 billion proposal to bail out the economy by supporting failing banks.

When the House of Representatives refused to back an earlier draft of the bill on Monday, stocks plummeted at a faster rate than for many years.

SOURCE: US mortgage crisis: 90-year-old woman shoots herself to avoid eviction - Telegraph

Here's the video of what happened to this poor elderly woman...

Matthew 23:14,  “Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye devour widows' houses, and for a pretence make long prayer: therefore ye shall receive the greater damnation.”

Ninety years is a long time. That woman saw a lot of life. She was born in 1918. She grew up as a teenager during The Great Depression (1929-1939). Her name is Addie Polk and she's lived through two World Wars, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and a bunch of history. Addie saw the first man walk on the moon. There's much we could all learn from such a learned person at 90 years of age.

But some predatory lending company (bank thugs) came to evict her out of her home she'd lived in for over 30-years. She shot herself in grief. That poor woman. There's something very wrong in our nation today when the elderly are shooting themselves for fear of being evicted from their homes where they've lived for half their life (if not longer). There's no laws to protect the elderly. It's a shame that American culture has deteriorated into a morally toxic society where morality has to be legislated and helping the elderly and poor are dumped in the hands of the government. Where are their children? It was never the government's purpose to take care of our loved one's. Families ought to take care of families.

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Producer Charles Ferguson began his Academy Award acceptance speech by reminding us that three years after our worst financial meltdown “not a single financial executive has gone to jail.”

Photo copyright: Sony Pictures Classics

Henry Paulson, Ben Bernanke and Timothy Geithner in the documentary “Inside Job.”

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As I was watching “Inside Job,” Charles Ferguson’s meticulous and infuriating documentary about the causes and consequences of the financial crisis of 2008, an odd, archaic sentence kept popping into my head. The words come from the second chapter of “The Scarlet Letter” and are spoken in frustration and disgust by an old Puritan woman who watches Hester Prynne, publicly disgraced but without any sign of remorse, making her way from Salem’s prison to a scaffold in its market square. She “has brought shame upon us all ...” the anonymous woman remarks. “Is there not law for it?”

“Inside Job,” a sleek, briskly paced film whose title suggests a heist movie, is the story of a crime without punishment, of an outrage that has so far largely escaped legal sanction and societal stigma. The betrayal of public trust and collective values that Mr. Ferguson chronicles was far more brazen and damaging than the adultery in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel, which treated Hester more as scapegoat than villain.


Honestly, America truly deserves the ignorance and confusion it's in right now. All people have to do is open their eyes. Look how much trouble America is in, because it mortgaged the future for years and years. America as it was is now a joke. We are slaves!!! Wake-up, stop voting Democrat or Republican; It is a scam ... Democracy? ... freedom of choice? ... it is an illusion. Even so, come, Lord Jesus and put an end to this wicked nightmare!

Foreclosures are evil, taking advantage of hardworking Americans. When you sign up for a 30-years mortgage, the first 15-years of payments only goes to pay the interest owed to the bank. They do that deliberately so if you suddenly lose your job after 15 years and can't pay your monthly mortgage payment, then the bank forecloses on your home, keeps the home and you don't receive a penny back. All that money you paid was only for the interest. It's evil.

They may hide behind their cute little legal paperwork and corrupt laws; but God's laws supercede men's laws. It takes a good man to break bad laws made by bad men. This is why Daniel continued to pray 3 times a day with his window opened toward the holy city of Jerusalem, even if it meant being cast into a den of hungry lions. This is why Paul and Silas (Acts 16:37) continued to preach the Gospel, even after being beaten and warned to stop or else face harsher punishment. We must obey God and not men (Acts 5:29).

Foreclosures as done in the U.S. are immoral, wrong, sinful, and crooked. God sees it. Those crooked bankers and Realtors can attempt to hide behind their diabolical evil inventions; but God sees that there is a monopoly in America controlled by the powers that be, which force citizens into no-win situations. The bankers and their lawyers legally puts themselves into a win-win situation; but the buyers and sellers are placed into lose-lose situations. The next time you buy or sell a home, read the contract carefully.

Ezekiel 22:27-29, “Her princes in the midst thereof are like wolves ravening the prey, to shed blood, and to destroy souls, to get dishonest gain. And her prophets have daubed them with untempered morter, seeing vanity, and divining lies unto them, saying, Thus saith the Lord GOD, when the LORD hath not spoken. The people of the land have used oppression, and exercised robbery, and have vexed the poor and needy: yea, they have oppressed the stranger wrongfully.”

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—2nd Thessalonians 1:8

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