Die Banker Die by J Glenn Lowe – A Tribute to Wall Street Banksters and Fraudgate

Die Banker Die




Tips anyone?

I sure could use some…

18 Responses to “Die Banker Die by J Glenn Lowe – A Tribute to Wall Street Banksters and Fraudgate”
  1. mAGGIE SIMI says:

    HELP IS ON THE WAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Steven John Hibbs says:

    “embed” – too many beers? 🙂

  3. Steven John Hibbs says:


    Here you go…

    Pissed Off European ‘Lynch Mob’ Is Coming After Bank Of America


    – SJH

    The Tonka Report


  4. J Glenn Lowe says:

    Read the article about how The Wall Street Banksters that are now known to have crashed the economy are blaming it on US Homeowners. I guess it really is time to hang a few of them from lamp posts so that they will experience real consequences from their actions since spineless politicians can’t seem to find a law that will stop them.


  5. J Glenn Lowe says:

    Judge Boyko wrote: “The institutions seem to adopt the attitude that since they have been doing this for so long, unchallenged, this practice equates with legal compliance. Finally put to the test, their weak legal arguments compel the court to stop them at the gate. Moreover, this court is obligated to carefully scrutinize all filings and pleadings in foreclosure actions, since the unique nature of real property requires contracts and transaction concerning real property to be in writing.”

    Judge Boyko was writing only about a foreclosure case which was before him, as he is required to do, but what he says is basic contract law, and even if the plaintiffs were able to present the original note, it would not have shown in writing that the victim owes the financial enterprise holding the note anything at all, since it doesn’t show the two parties to the note in writing, as Judge Boyko says is required. This invalidates the note.

    What this amounts to is that when you get a mortgage from a bankster and sign a note that says you owe that bankster the money the note says you do, when the bankster sells the note, as is, to another bankster, the note has been paid off by the second bankster and the second bankster has nothing that shows you owe him any money at all.

    So, when a second bankster, or anyone else that you’ve never heard of, says to you that you owe them money, you say to them, “Show me the legal document, signed and notarized by you and me that says I owe you money. I know that there is no such note because I’ve never signed one and I’ve never acknowledged that I owe you anything, verbally or in writing. Judge Boyko has ruled on this, saying that any legal contract must be in writing, and you don’t have one. I no longer owe the original note holder anything because you’ve paid off my original note, thank you very much. I now owe nobody anything. You’ve been sold a pig in a poke and I now own my house free and clear.

    “The reasons you paid off my note are immaterial and of no interest to me. I don’t care why, but I’m glad that you did. Again, thank you very much.”

    You don’t even have to be in foreclosure to do this. This is the position you take anytime your original bankster sells your note to another bankster and he tries to collect, even if it”s only one month since you made the original note. No matter what state your mortgage is in, no matter how long you’ve had it, get a contract lawyer and sue the original bankster for the return of your paid off note and the title to your house. You’ve got a good case because your note has been paid off and there’s nobody anywhere who can prove you owe them anything.

    The reason for this is that the banksters got arrogant and sloppy and screwed up, badly, according to Judge Boyko. And you get a free house out of it.

    That’s contract law at work.

  6. Marla says:

    I commented on another post yesterday about how much I like the song. I sent this song to family members who told me to put the lose of my house to rest and just move one. I told them to listen to “for the children in the streets today and can’t find the law to stop you.” I keep wondering how we as a nation got to the piace where there is no compasion for our children, sick, elderly, disabled and people who simply cannot fend for themselves. ” Shame, shame, shame on all of you” says it all. Again I love the song.

    • J Glenn Lowe says:

      Thanks again Marla. Do you know that you can reverse a fraudulent foreclosure? Don’t listen to your family unless you really just want to move on. If you can prove fraud in your case, which is very likely since all mortgages are riddled with fraud these days, then you can get your home back. Sometimes free and clear. Even if they have already sold it. I know that is unfair to the new buyer but this needs to happen in this country so we can really cause a shit storm that gets everyone’s attention. Don’t let anyone convince you that you did anything wrong. All Americans should ask; How is it without precedence that all equity of homeowners was stripped from their homes in less than 2-years? Those who discard that fact as a conspiracy and put the blame on simple market conditions may well be part of the very conspiracy they refer to! This has never happened in the history of Real Estate Ownership in America. Homeowners should question all identities judging their morality of non-payment of their mortgage and ask this simple question…what gives anyone the right to “Break The Law”… end of discussion.  The recorded facts… or “non-recorded-facts”…have now clearly demonstrated that the rights of homeowners all over America have been violated and severely clouded titles may exist on millions of homes. http://glenn.hersid.com/

  7. FED truth:: Six banks hold 63% of the assets of the TOP 50 Bank Holding Companies. Their assets INCREASED by 50% while Califoria Homes were stripped of 45% equity by the SPV process that the FEDallowed those SIX Greedsters to set-up… Five years of candy, five years of lying, cheating, stealing… Le’t join forces. Check http://www.ProtectAmericasDream.com

  8. mAGGIE SIMI says:


  9. mAGGIE SIMI says:

    Id say theres a cloud on anything you touch!!!!

  10. Cheryl Hadden says:

    He ain’t the only one that means that!
    I think the best thing to do is ignore the banks and buy and sell our houses without them knowing.
    If you sell it and record the sale at the county you have put a CLOUD ON THE TITLE, and they have to remove that cloud before they can do anything. The house is no longer in your name, but somebody elses and that will be the person they must deal with. If we do like they did and keep selling the house to different people, the banks will never get to foreclose on anybody!

  11. laconic93 says:

    he meant that shit!!

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