Sunday, November 01, 2009

The Tongues of Evil Men (9-11-09)

Recently someone I know got indicted. Nothing related to me. Yet the IRS and FBI kept bringing up my name. When your name stays on the tongues of evil men this is a good thing. THere are many examples from scripture. David's name stayed on the tongues of many tribes. Daniel on the tongue of evil Kings. When Midanites had a dream their interpretation was Gideon. God places a fear of you upon their hearts and instinctively they knew you represent a problem. Of coarse they have no idea or full extent of the outcome. Rightfully they should. Because they are evil their level of knowledge, wisdom, insight is all base and ordinary. The extraordinary things God does with your life can't help but perplex and bring fear to them. They are at their best incapable of comprehending your life or threat. This is one of those signs of life you can spot in your battles. If you are advancing the Kingdom of God your name will not escape the tongues of evil men. Let them talk until the renown of the Lord's body is branded into their psyche. Even if your name surfaces in the expressions of their evil plans have no fear. Fear motivates your enemies because no weapon they form against you prospers. Even if they should gain a temporary advantage like over Samson, they still speak his name in fear. Until of coarse God is finished being entertained with them. Then He will shut their mouths for good and your name will be spoken of by righteous men.


judge allslop said...

Take care brother Kurt. The cockroaches of the US crime syndicate dislike the spot light shined upon them for they are fornicators of the truth and thrive only in the secret of darkness. The system resembles a backed up sewer spewing feces.The court has lost all integrity, babbling phrases as if in a seance with no tolerance for full disclosure.

judge allslop said...

I am sure that the public is clueless on how important CIT has been to the bread and butter business thats called middle America.

CIT failure to leave small businesses floundering
Sun Nov 1, 2009 4:36pm EST
By Elinor Comlay

NEW YORK, Nov 1 (Reuters) – CIT Group Inc’s (CIT.N) bankruptcy filing, while long expected, could still trigger a financing crunch for many of the hundreds of thousands of small businesses it finances. CIT filed for bankruptcy protection on Sunday, and said its creditors have already approved the century-old commercial lender’s reorganization plan.[ID:nN01408863]
The bankruptcy followed a failed struggle to refinance its debt amid the credit crunch and recession, and paves the way for it to restructure.
Under the plan announced on Sunday, the lender expects to reduce total debt by about $10 billion. But the company’s long-term prospects are uncertain and the bankruptcy could leave more than one million small and medium-sized businesses looking for another source of funding, lawyers said.

sopsback said...

Galactic Federation of Planets (FOP)

Ashtar Contact Update Nov

Ashtar has a Special Message: Declaokings are Seconds Away~Be In Joy

~Lord Ashtar

Greetings, This is Ashtar.

One of these days soon there will be mass declaokings of our Ships, all over the World, simultaneously.

yes...yes... good! we have captured the Romulan cloaking device and now we can unclock the plant for good!!!

sopsback said...

for those of you too late to get into the dg and who are facing foreclosure, go here:

Foreclosure - The Rest of the Story

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If you are filing for relief on an ongoing foreclosure and you do not receive remedy within 30 days we will automatically file your claim electronically with the proper authority.

Filing your claim with us gives you a voice in this matter and makes you a Co-Claimant in any/all existing and future litigation that may be necessary to ensure the roll out of the P.E.R.S. Program and the successful bailout and new beginning for the American people. We will also keep you informed with regular updates, via E-mail, of the status of P.E.R.S. and your claim.

Please remember to return here to file your claim with us and make sure that you include the Registered Mail number so that we can identify your claim. You will also find the Notary Certification and Disputing the Debt documents on this page that you may wish to employ in your foreclosure, or prior to foreclosure. We will be adding many new documents in the near future to assist you in handling your credit card debt, auto loans, student loans, etc. so, roll your sleeves up and empower yourself as knowledge is power.

The Trustee

sopsback said...

Filing For Relief

Step by Step Instructions for Filing for Relief


Demand-Treasury Filing Your Claim

Step by Step Instructions for Registering Your Claim

PO Claim-Cover

P O Demand For Settlement Additional Information

Foreclosure Fatal Flaws

Should I hire an attorney

20 Points of Law

Global Economic Criminals

judge allslop said...

Winning the hearts and minds, and of course making us safe against TERROR. Of course we'll send more kids to die for this shit.

The Afghan minister of counter narcotics says foreign troops are earning money from drug production in Afghanistan. He went on to say that NATO forces are taxing the production of opium in the regions under their control. Afghanistan is the world's biggest supplier of opium. Drug production in the Central Asian country has increased dramatically since the US-led invasion eight years ago. A recent report by the United Nations states that Afghan opium is having a devastating impact on the world, killing thousands in consumer countries.

sopsback said...

If you are filing for relief on an ongoing foreclosure and you do not receive remedy within 30 days we will automatically file your claim electronically with the proper authority.

an if yo dun get yo remdy in 30 days, then just email burly baal and then send him $50 in egold...then he put yo in one of his THIS IS GONG TO BE BIG hyips progrms...yo will make all you mortage money back in no time!!

sopsback said...

f you are filing for relief on an ongoing foreclosure and you do not receive remedy within 30 days

gee, cum to thik of it, this program is even faster than da dg progam whihc promis yo remdy in 90 days...this progam is 60 days quicker.

sopsback said...

so go to 911

yo motage is fo say $250K

then in only 30 days yo be sittin pity wit yo doe.

mogel007 said...

A good article on MERS and and defenses against foreclosure:

judge allslop said...

I have always loved history,it's so much fun.

Nov. 2 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama said the U.S. economy has pulled “back from the brink”

June 29, 1930
"The worst is over without a doubt." – James J. Davis, Secretary of Labor

“There’s pretty clear evidence that the decline in the economy has reversed,” said Doerr, citing the Commerce Department report that showed that gross domestic product grew at a 3.5 percent rate in the year’s third quarter

January 13, 1930
"Reports to the Department of Commerce indicate that business is in a satisfactory condition, Secretary Lamont said today." – News item.

sopsback said...

btw, anynone no if burly baal on holloween go ridin' on his broomstick?

or maybe sumbuddy came to his doe to pick him up riding shotgum??

it tuff riding dose boomsticks as a passger...they not to much leg room in there and the passger side dont have broombelts in thme.

mogel007 said...

The wording in the bill to audit the FED has been gutted:

The Federal Reserve doesn't want transparency; it's obvious, and our Congressman & Senators generally speaking, are just protecting the banks & the FED. Corruption is rampant. What can you do?

judge allslop said...

This says it all. The madness will continue beyond FUBAR. OTC derivative creation will go on until it stops itself.

Competing OTC Derivatives Bills Progress Through the House
November 2, 2009

"And here is an interesting article from Harpers entitled "An Object Lesson in Governmental Failure: Derivatives Reform."

Below is an excerpt from this Davis Polk memo that describes key provisions of two competing over-the-counter derivative bills being considered in the House, comparing their similarities and differences:
Two competing bills to reform the over-the-counter derivatives markets are awaiting action by the House of Representatives: a bill to enact the "Over-the-Counter Derivatives Markets Act of 2009" reported by the Financial Services Committee, chaired by Barney Frank, and a bill to enact the "Derivatives Markets Transparency and Accountability Act of 2009" reported by the Agriculture Committee, chaired by Collin Peterson.

judge allslop said...
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sopsback said...



dis hole cuntry is fubar an has bin fo a lawng time now....wheres burly??




judge allslop said...

Fraud!! Can't be,thank God the mortgage industry's clean.

CIT Bankruptcy: Taxpayers Stiffed on Company’s Bailout Billions While Execs Reap Bonuses
By Ward Harkavy

If people were pissed off about AIG’s temporary decline and permanent bonuses, CIT’s bankruptcy ought to enrage them.
The giant lender to businesses is heading for a quick in-and-out in bankruptcy court, and when it emerges, taxpayers will be the ones who have gotten the ol’ in-out: CIT won’t have to repay its $2.33 billion TARP bailout.
CIT’s been in deep trouble for way more than a year. Meanwhile, some of its execs have reaped special bonuses. Its H.R. director, Jim Duffy, has received a $450,000 cash bonus for what the company called his "exceptional performance." What did he do? "Mr. Duffy’s achievements in 2008 include the design and implementation of a process to reduce our total headcount by 22% … along with the successful deployment of talent and development programs targeted at retaining CIT’s key talent," according to CIT’s proxy filing last April. That message to taxpayers was approved by CEO Jeff Peek. That was the same month that Peek’s wife, Liz Peek (a former journalist), wrote an anonymous, weepy tell-all for Portfolio about the sad plight of TARP wives. And that was the same month that Portfolio itself went out of business. Liz Peek acknowledged in her sob story that even her husband had to take some of the blame for last year’s Wall Street tsunami, though she continued the canard that the Street’s execs didn’t see the tusanimi coming — as if it were a natural disaster instead of a manmade one.

sopsback said...

siriusly mogel.

do you know of anyone who who offers help on filing a real commercial lien?

i have been researching this and am interested in filing one myself.


sopsback said...

i know a couple of sources but want to make sure that i dont overlook anyone/anything

judge allslop said...

Oh how their must be wailing amoung the "chosen". This is akin to these hard headed and hard hearted accepting Christ as their lord and saviour.NEVER.

Turkey PM: If you don’t want Iran to have nukes, give yours up
Last update – 20:10 31/10/2009

Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that countries opposed to Iran’s atomic program should give up their own nuclear weapons, and attacked as "arrogant" the sanctions imposed on Ankara’s neighbor.
He also said he wanted the Middle East, and then the whole world, to rid itself of nuclear weapons.
During a trip to Iran this week, Erdogan said he backed Tehran’s "right to peaceful nuclear energy" and called its approach in nuclear talks with Western powers "positive."
The trip added to Western concern that NATO’s only Muslim member may be shifting its foreign-policy focus towards the Islamic world and turning its back on Western allies. Iran says the sole aim of its nuclear program is to generate electricity, but Western powers suspect it of secretly planning to produce nuclear weapons and are trying to persuade it to stop enriching uranium.

Jennifer said...
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Jennifer said...

Hi there!
I certainly agree with judge allslop on that a deployment of talent and development programs are targeted at retaining CIT’s key talent.