In the wake of a massive, country-wide campaign over at least two years, lending institutions are caving in to the fact that ‘only God can create something out of nothing’ by Tom Dennen | Before It’s News
Hard Journalism works and California attorney Ellen Brown proves it: www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=21285 ” On September 20th, Ally Financial Inc., which owns GMAC Mortgage, the nation’s 4th largest lender, halted evictions and resale of repossessed homes in 23 states …”
Why? Stories like these :beforeitsnews.com/story/199/739/Facing_foreclosure_Stay_put_-_legally:_Produce_The_Note.html and many others, mostly from bloggers including Mike Rivero at whatreallyhappened.com/ who has consistently supported this B4IN reporter’s fight against the debt-based banking system that is tearing Europe apart today and about to shut down America by burying the nation in debt ‘created out of thin air’.
The voices against this crippling and tyrannical system of debt-created money are many and rising and my hat is off to one of the most articulate and persistent of them, Ellen Brown.
Watch the Press, the Real Press where this still applies:
“Trust in journalists depends on accuracy, fairness and a readiness to acknowledge mistakes and apologize for them … journalists should represent the governed, those without power, those without information – and that is no route to popularity with those who wield power.” - Peter Cole, London Daily Mail.
In the wake of a massive, country-wide campaign over at least two years, lending institutions are caving in to the fact that ‘only God can create something out of nothing’ by Tom Dennen | Before It’s News.