Monday, July 20, 2009

Small Scale Hopes (5-6-09)

I have shared with you extensively my hopes in faith. It is hard to define or limit these to events because none can fathom God's abilities. On the small scale which is framed up in what my eye can see and my imaginations can entertain there is still plenty of hope. This week I am supposed to meet with my appeals lawyer. Finally I'll know what issues will and will not be opened. There are 3 legal maneuvers to take once their coarse can be confirmed. The appeal should be sufficient on a few grounds. Constructive amendment of the indictment occurred in fact and substance. In Cleveland v US (2000) the judiciary defined the word "property" of Title 18 section 1341 (Mail fraud) to be in the possession in the hand of the victim. We know this to be the promissory note. This hide and seek game of property can stupefy a jury but now we find out if any of those who testified had standing to be a victim. They didn't. Why am I incarcerated? To spook most of you and others away from the truth. We have easily a dozen issues of this caliber to raise in one fashion or another. The judge and prosecutors have no knowledge of how the mortgage industry works. Advantage Kurt. They do know how their bogus trials work and the psychological effects of their jails. They have all the advantage there and therefore they rely on their best weapons. What they can't defend against is the tenacity and power of Christ in His children. I'm trying not to go to the easy spiritual advantages but limiting conversation to human affairs. The appeal should be available for downloads to you who are watching. My habeas will soon be denied creating the opportunity God has brought me. There is still declaratory relief and amicus briefs. The foundation they stood on is fraud. I'm not the one standing on fraud only accused. A very old political trick. I can never count on the political winds changing but mortgage fraud will soon make its way into the courts vindicating me and exposing some very evil players. Until deliverance comes my hands still have work to do.


judge allslop said...

"I can never count on the political winds changing but mortgage fraud will soon make its way into the courts".
It already is,as well the bond fraud vehicle it created.Stand by for up dates. My belief all along has also been that loan balance reduction would probably be obstructed in order to conceal the massive mortgage bond fraud and counterfeit committed by Wall Street and covered up by the USGovt (largely run by Wall Street).The cockroaches are working overtime under the cover of darkness re writing these instruments so as to escape exposure and litigation.

judge allslop said...

The problem with most of us is perception. How many times did we watch the plane fly into the WTC before it sunk in. It is the same with an inevitable financial 9/11. Visualize this.
July 21, 2009 It is a worst case scenario, but Neil Barofsky, the inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program, has said the bailouts, bank rescues and other economic lifelines could end up costing the federal government as much as $23.7 Trillion. To put this number into perspective, it is nearly double the nation’s entire economic output for a year, more than the cost of all the wars the United States has ever fought combined and the most the federal government has spent on any single effort in American history. It is about $80,000 for every U.S. Citizen. Printing and borrowing $800 billion to hand over to the banks with no strings attached never seemed like a good idea. We wrote about it back in October of 2008 in this article. And despite some 80% of Americans being against the bailouts, our elected officials decided to hand over taxpayer money to their banker buddies anyway.

This kind of money would have bought every single mortgage,private and commercial in the entire US, the beginning and the solution to the whole problem, if they wanted to. They don't want to. We have bailed out the few while main street burns down, which is why they won't lend. They want to be around to pick up the pieces at a bargain.

Shake well

China Politely Moves Away from Dollar: Strategist
Published: Tuesday, 21 Jul 2009 | 5:22 AM ET

China’s sovereign wealth fund has taken about 1 percent in drinks group Diageo, in a move which an analyst said is a sign the country is diversifying away from the US dollar.

And bake.

Global Exposure in Financial Derivatives Surpasses One Quadrillion Dollars (Update)
July 21, 2009, 3:32PM

When I posted the lowest responsibly sourced figure for global exposure in financial derivatives, $592 trillion, published May 19, 2009 by the Bank of International Settlements, all sorts of hoodoo apologists for Obama, Geithner, Summers, and Goldman Sachs crawled out the woodwork to claim that this figure is ridiculously exaggerated, there’s really nothing to worry about, it’s just a few bucks, and so on. That estimate is…

$1.4 quadrillion. (Google this amount,wow.)

These Derivatives are still melting down world wide, which will force the problems to come to a head. What's happening with the stock market is a fabrication of accounting gimmickry and spin from wall street. More than likely money the FED (wall street) is dropping shit loads of money in foreign central banks and hedge funds, to be invested in all index's of the market as well.