Matt Weidner | Amerika, Land of Invisible Victims

Amerika, Land of Invisible Victims

America, land of millions of invisible victims

Earlier today, I tuned in to watch the Florida House of Representative Judiciary Committee pass over changes to Florida’s foreclosure laws. I was going to write, “watch the Florida House debate changes” but there really was no debate at all, this was more like a frat party initiation.

Citizens traveled from all across the state to appear before these their elected leaders and they probably thought their travels would entitle them to participate in some amount of debate, but that’s just a delusional schoolbook vision of what this nation used to be. The deals have been cut and this mess of a piece of legislation is moving along.

I listened intently to each of the voters who stood to address their representatives, and I was most moved by the words of a burly and articulate made who stood up and said,

“I just want you all to know that I feel invisible standing here. Invisible in this country. Like no one at all is listening to me. The courts have failed me, everyone I trusted has failed me, and you are all failing me. No one is listening to me. No one is trying to help me.”

He then quietly turned around and walked out of the room.

No one in the room and no one on the committee took the opportunity to reach out to him. No one spoke to him or addressed him. Once he left the podium, most on the committee went about their business like he was in fact…invisible.

Be sure to read the rest of this one here…

if interested in watching the “debate” on the foreclosure bill go here…

It is only a few short minutes at the very end of a four hour session. Starts at the 229:20 min mark.

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4closureFraud.org

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4 Responses to “Matt Weidner | Amerika, Land of Invisible Victims”
  1. Peter Everts says:

    Matt,
    Like your insights and conclusions. Hate the “k” you put in America. As an American who has put his life on the line for his country, it’s an insult.

  2. Joe Gaffney says:

    How is it possible that our representatives could be so “non-representative”, when the rest of the US and world is watching? How is it possible that they could be so in-human (not, in-humane)? In America, are we now guilty before our trial? How is it possible that those people on that committee are able to go home, at the end of the day, and get a good night’s sleep? How? How is it possible?

  3. Igor says:

    ‘….bombed out homes that sold for $40,000 are still being reported as assets worth $250,000 to the trust investors…those lies will eventually hit the retirement account holders.’ The economy is a BUBBLE. Clearly being artificially propped up by fraudulent reporting of numbers. Accounting fraud and the like.

  4. Igor says:

    ‘….bombed out homes that sold for $40,000 are still being reported as assets worth $250,000 to the trust investors…those lies will eventually hit the retirement account holders.’ The economy is a BUBBLE. Clearly being artificially propped up by fraudulent reporting of numbers. Accounting fraud and the like.

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