Thursday, February 24, 2011

The Irreverent Heart 1-9-11

When I think upon the injustice I’m suffering, the fraud perpetrated upon you by the bank and coddled by our government, I can’t blame it on bad laws, sorcery, or wicked avarice in our institutions. It all comes down to the irreverent heart. No doubt we now live under a tyranny but that didn’t happen over night. We courted them as our promises when we departed reverence God surely founded this nation as with all but some are founded under the canopy of blessing and others under providence. We were founded under blessing. Meaning that if we could keep our hearts reverent all our institutions would follow suit. To run a tyranny all love must be absent tyranny can only operate with misanthropy. Which is the perfect reflection of our irreverent hearts, we are full of hatred. First toward God, ourselves, and then others, our executive judiciary, congress, police powers, and juries all feed upon the greed of power and the flesh of others. No vote will change it because you cannot change a heart condition by a vote.

God putting this fast on front-street really spoke straight to the heart condition. If in one little call He is speaking how much more is His witness of rebuttal to irreverent going out? God will heal our land but it will start with our hearts. Can we view Him reverently as our only hope? If so that is a real hope that will not disappoint. Until then we must suffer our heart attack.


dr. ira gilac said...

yo, kernel gaffy,

tell yo nunthins....yo not to smot, yo like some of the ppls on dis blaaggggggggh.....

if yo is in charge in libbyland, den why yo only make yoslef a kernel??

why not make yoself a general???


see, now fo dat, they gonna take yo out like they did to hose me.

yo shoud hafe make yoslef a general.

dun matter, they gonna take yo out anyways, not becuase of yo, but becuase the ppls under yo are zonists and they got to go.

same deal across the meddle east.

its not the leaders ho are the problem, but they underlings.

the underliings are all zonists and they gotta go.

but if the leaders just up and resign, they will be kill by the underling zonists, so they gotta take everynun out, the leaders included.

it fo yo own good, only way to get out alife, let the ppls take yo out and resing uprite like hose me did..better than gong out sideways, no????

Blogger dr. ira gilac said...

but if the leaders just up and resign, they will be kill by the underling zonists, so they gotta take everynun out, the leaders included.

because they will think that they were sole out.

kernal gaffy: "i will fight to the last man..."

free dum fiter: "...yo boss,they kill everynun theys only 3 of us left now...ho was the last to join up?....."


dr. ira gilac said...

speaking of layers.....

Thursday, February 24, 2011


This took place in Charlotte, North Carolina. A lawyer purchased a box of very rare and expensive cigars, then insured them against, among other things, fire.

Within a month, having smoked his entire stockpile of these great cigars, the lawyer filed a claim against the insurance company.

In his claim, the lawyer stated the cigars were lost 'in a series of small fires.' The insurance company refused to pay, citing the obvious reason that, the man had consumed the cigars in the normal fashion.

The lawyer sued - and WON! (Stay with me.)

Delivering the ruling, the judge agreed with the insurance company that the claim was frivolous. The judge stated, nevertheless that, the lawyer held a policy from the company, in which it had warranted that the cigars were insurable and also guaranteed that it would insure them against fire, without defining what is considered to be 'unacceptable fire' and was obligated to pay the claim.

Rather than endure lengthy and costly appeal process, the insurance company accepted the ruling and paid $15,000 to the lawyer for his loss of the cigars that perished in the 'fires'.


After the lawyer cashed the check, the insurance company had him arrested on 24 counts of ARSON!!! With his own insurance claim and testimony from the previous case being used against him, the lawyer was convicted of intentionally burning his insured property and was sentenced to 24 months in jail and a $24,000 fine.

This true story won First Place in last year's Criminal Lawyers Award contest.


dr. ira gilac said...

see, da zonistas are smart, they no not to ever take the top position in a rajeem, but to occupy the 2nd slots, this way they can be like a trustee, they can control but not "own" the responsibility for what cums down.

so like the pres. here in da usa, he depend on the info providers like da cia, intel agencies, etc.

so when they tell the pres dat 9/11 was dun by bill, joe and al kayda, then dats ho he bleefs, his intel aginceis and then dose cuntries get boomed.

same deal fo yo kernal gaffy, da ppls unda yo are zonists and yo dont no it coos they filtrated yo org and da zonists are subtle mofos like da devil. da most subltest of all creechers.

so they gotta go and yo gotta go with them. but in order so that they wont think that yo sole dem out and they kill yo, then the ppls gotta rite in da streets so it look like yo and dem have no choice to stay in power.

can yo see da kernal of da trooth here??

hope so, coss yo dun wanna get pooped....i mean popped.

brassbird said...

enough of gilac
where is sopsback or is he gilac.
they seem to run together. please shut up or speak plainly.

Joseph said...

Cop-Turned-Judge Challenges
Banks to Clear Foreclosure Backlog"

-- Judge Israel Reyes is giving the biggest U.S. banks a
choice: Wrap up the home foreclosure cases clogging his
Miami court, or dismiss them and walk away. Most are
walking away, Bloomberg News' David McLaughlin reports.

"Listen, it's either settlement or trial today. That's
it," Reyes, 51, a former homicide detective, said two
weeks ago to one lawyer who sought an extension after
the homeowner received a temporary loan modification.

"This case is over a year old."

-- Reyes, a judge for Florida's 11th Judicial Circuit,
is forcing banks to take their cases to trial to clear
his backlog of almost 3,000 foreclosures. Instead of
moving ahead, the companies are backing down. They're
dismissing their own cases or not showing up to trial
because they're not prepared or, according to lawyers
for homeowners, they can't come up with the evidence
required to seize the properties.

-- Meanwhile, foreclosure activity across the U.S. is
plummeting. Default notices, scheduled auctions and
bank repossessions affected about 261,000 properties
in the U.S. in January, a 17 percent decrease from a
year earlier, according to RealtyTrac Inc. Lenders are
"bogged down" reviewing foreclosure procedures and
grappling with accusations of improper home seizures,
RealtyTrac said in a Feb. 10 statement.

-- Florida's foreclosure rate -- the proportion of housing
units in foreclosure or bank-owned -- dropped 54 percent
from a year ago, according to Irvine, California-based
RealtyTrac, which collects foreclosure data.

-- Foreclosures in Florida are typically approved at the
summary judgment stage, before trial. At trial, a bank
that's unprepared to prove its case risks losing. Banks
can voluntarily dismiss a case once and refile it.

-- Generally, a second dismissal is final and the case
can't be refiled, preventing the lender from seizing
the home, according to a Florida attorney who defends
homeowners in foreclosure cases.


dr. ira gilac said...

dun worry, soon it will all cum out in da wash as they say...

btw, dr. ira is really dr. calig ari....reber dr. caligari from quackloose?

he despair just like nickels and dimes real state blog...

whaver hoppens to nickels and dimes???

look like he gone beefo 2012 happon?

mhgbew said...

Have been with you Kurt from almost the begining. I think it is great how you opened our eyes to the banking and goverment crap. We are trying to get our deed and trust stuff up to date. Just in case we want to sell our house. Any information would be great. Again thanks and GOD bless.

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Joseph said...

People have beaten the banks by showing that the foreclosure lender has no "standing" (no real ownership interest in the mortgage and note at the time of lender filing the foreclosure). There's quite a number of wins in most of the States. No standing to sue, the case must be dismissed with prejudice:

Joseph said...

"I think it is great how you opened our eyes to the banking and government crap."

Although it is true that the Dorean Group opened up our eyes in many ways, it seems that most of the revelations about the lending/government fraud of all this stuff has come out since the financial crisis of 2008 through the media & the internet and Congressional hearings.

I know that the Dorean Group challenged the "standing" of the banks, but they challenged their standing on the biggest lie that the lenders were covering up. The truth being that the borrower created the value for his own loan by his signature on the promissory note, thus the borrower is the creditor, not the alleged lender. Hence the security interest must be discharged & was discharged, and this act was later termed and ajudicated to be mail fraud and so our heroes get imprisoned. The Dorean foreclosure kit pretty much proved that lender do not lend out their own assets and that they are not able to do so anyway by law. So it's still confusing why the biggest lies are the ones that the courts and the main stream media want to hold on to.

Unfortunately there are no court cases to back this idea up about the borrower being the creditor because a loan was never given, other than the Jerome Daly case in 1969 & that case was overturned, even though illegally overturned, yet this case carried little weight anyway because it was decided in a very low jurisdiction like a constable or small claims court.

Maybe there would have been defineable success had there have been court cases we could rely on at the time & specific challenges in the "affidavit of truth" based upon specific court cases already decided upon that the courts would in fact recognize and have recognized in the past? This is not a regret, it's just a what if scenario.

I wonder how many Dorean clients were illegally foreclosed upon by false documents, forged documents, servicers foreclosing not really having the note and mortgage, or any rights to them or the courts allowed the plaintiff to reconstruct the note.

It seems to me since the lenders never produced the original note or proved they gave a legitimate loan, all those foreclosed upon have been financially damaged at least through abuse of legal and administrative process which the courts turned a blinds eye to.

Joseph said...

Since about 96% of mortgages from 2001-2008 were securitized, the lender was paid anyway by selling the mortgage and probably ended up foreclosing on the Dorean client anyway in attempt to get paid again. You can't get paid twice for the same debt as that is unjust enrichment.

Borrowers did not agree to participate in a security scheme or fraud and that's all we got and a liability to boot. Due to the fraud of the lenders, this caused a financial crisis, which affected us all which still hasn't subsided with no real indications it will in the short term. Had there been no security scheme and massive fraud, chances would have been much greater that the financial losses would not have been so great and real estate prices would not have plummeted like they did. Nor would our economy be so shaky had the government not have increased the government debt so large by bailing out the banks with these corporate gifts. These bailout in essence paid off our debt obligations anyway, since we all pay for the increased tax burden of it, so why can't the courts just negate our debts, as this is more unjust enrichment for the banks.

So you see, we have all been financially damaged and Dorean clients even more because we filed and perfected an administrative claim only to have it ignored and trampeled upon, even though it was sent out in the beginning with good faith.

How you transform good faith into mail fraud is beyond me.

I wonder how hard it would be to convict two people of mail fraud today with all the revelations to date about the corrupt lending system?

Was it mostly bad timing?

Do Dorean clients get redress by again addressing the points that were never seriously considered to a little more aware judiciary? Or who is the source to decide our benefits? The IRS? They apparently know that the bank deposits are the assets of the borrowers since they get requests all the time once a loan is paid off and the lender tries to say they are abandoned funds which is a ploy that the bank uses to legally keep these funds. Why is this not enough to get financial redress even now? It appears to me that this point was brought up in the Dorean challenge paperwork.

Should the Dorean Process have challenged the IRS in addition to the lender in the beginning as an extra measure of true success in the beginning?

We all know the lenders have no standing, but proving it is a little more difficult, especially to an ignorant Judge that believes banks give legitimate loans.

The courts don't care about the truth, or facts, or witnesses, or good faith, they only care about already decided upon court cases that they can rely upon to decide your court case. That's the harsh reality.

dr. ira gilac said...

it bigga dan the doran gropp now.

it all about the zonists...da zonistas crated the baking sytem, it all they falt.

but like yo said, dun worry, it all gone cum to da end for the zonistas and they baking sytem all baked in da cake. and da cake is done, finshed....

Joseph said...

An interesting video:

The jury said there was "no law".

dr. ira gilac said...

kernal gaffy, list up...stop tryng to make popcorn in libby yo...just and leave beffo da zonistas take yo out....surrenda will yo...dun worry, all da zonista unda yo will be gone soon.