Tuesday, September 24, 2013

humping bankers


HUMPING BANKERS

We’ve talked about this many moons ago but since a minion asked, and this is probably timely for a lot of folks seeing as how the economy is rancid smoke and broken mirrors on the best of days, let’s cover the moral aspect of reneging of your central bank personal loans.  A lot of people puff out their chest and get all uppity and proclaim that by gum you entered into a contract and you shall honor it.  You’ll notice a lot of them are wealthy themselves, and we couldn’t have the serfs trying to free themselves, could we ( Rush is a bad one for this, but you break it all down and in the end most of his advertisers are catering towards his ancient listeners and without Social Security-a tax I get to pay for forty five years so the current retirees “who paid into it and deserve it” get it and in the end I get nothing myself since the system is broke- he wouldn’t get paid )?  But even if those righteous folk have nothing to gain, I don’t think they truly understand who their real masters are. 

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Would you enter into a bargain with a known thief and liar, then feel bad for not upholding your end of the deal- for cheating him?  I wouldn’t.  Do unto others.  You are the instrument of justice.  If there was a known wanted killer walking around town, would you feel guilty for shooting him in the back, even if he wasn’t gunning for you?  Why?  You just saved countless future lives.  God is not all glittery unicorn sparkles.  That bad boy can send some wraith to the way of the sinner.  If we are made in his image, let’s go with the Old Testament one.  And finally, and closer to the point, would you cheat the Devil and feel bad about it?  I sure as hell wouldn’t.  I’d brag to the preacher ( and Baby Jesus when we had beers together next ) about it and accept accolades.  Do you see where I’m going with this?  The Central Bank, The Federal Reserve, is in fact an evil entity.  It has ruined countless lives with poverty, it has ended countless more through its use of our military as one of its tools for profit ( and I include all those innocent lives of foreigners lost in Japan and Germany to firebombing and other atrocities- to include Jewish genocide if you believe the bankers payrolled Hitler into power ).

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Folks who see the Devil himself in pornography and mixed marriages fail to see him in the bankers, instead thinking the opposite political party is to blame for all evils, or that corporations are the root of all the evils.  Who payrolls both corporations and the government?  Follow the money.  And don’t feel bad for humping the bankers.  It isn’t even real money.  But even if it was gold, those bitches have screwed you over all your life and will continue to hump your family after you are gone.  If you can, hump them good.

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14 comments:

  1. A young man told me that he and his wife bought a $40,000 house. The payments are $458 a month for 20 years.
    I said, "That's $458 x 240 ...almost $120,000 total." He said, "Well, if you don't don't go in debt you'll never have aything."

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    1. Even worse, add the insurance and tax and see your total.

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  2. I'm glad that my comment was the reason for todays post. I believe we are now even. I don't owe you that $ 20.00 that you claim.

    Next week I'll give another idea, that way you'll owe .

    Your loyal minion from the past. yeah that one. the Mormon.

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    1. And I'll owe you on the same payment plan.

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    2. As a minion playing from home, that demands his 'bread and circuses', I will always know that you owe Lord Bison $20 in perpetuity.

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  3. In these interesting times I'm glad I know the difference between secured and unsecured debt.

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  4. I understand where you are coming from, but the law is so skewed in favor of banks that most attempts to screw them are in vain. They'll get their pound of flesh 99 out of 100 times. Better to pay the mob their protection money until you can figure out how to skip town in the middle of the night.

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    1. I don't know details, and it varies by state, but it seems if you earn a lot less you can still qualify for the old type bankruptcy. Course, student loans and upside down home equity being a liability owed might skew things for some.

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  5. On your post about scaling back I made a remark about Baby Jesus kicking ass at the bank. I have always had a certain suspicion about Temples/Churches/Etc that made vague promises in return for cash, sheep, and of course - your virgin daughter.
    This is not an anti-religion rant. But - it is a reminder that certain scams are eternal.

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    1. The scams will always be there- govt. protection racket, bankers loaning made up money. The problem is when they lose sight of keeping the golden goose alive.

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  6. If I earned 100k/year I would be unable to repay all the debts I owe, in less than 10 years - the interest and fees that accumulate prevent it...
    Since bad credit can only stay on your credit report 10 years, and I am NOT earning 100k/year I find myself sinking deeper and deeper into debt each year, until this year when I finally said the hell with it- bankruptcy is inevitable, OR I just quite getting and using credit for the rest of my life and ignore the bankers- since I own property outright unsecured creditors will get nothing, and secured ones (mortgage) will either negotiate with us or get less valuable property than they think they are owed...
    I wouldnt recomend getting into debt for the hassle just isnt worth it, but if you are stuck with some make debt payments secondary to getting otherwise set for the crash that is coming (the next few that is - which will be economic).
    Preps for the next few crashes will be primarily as described by the Perfectly Coifed Lord Bison- with the addition of nice sturdy proffessional looking clothes and some diverse job skills and a debt free place to insulate, store stuff, and sleep in.

    -Grey

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    1. Everyone that played by the bankers rules got double dog dry dicked. All those folks trying to maintain their credit rating. Do what it takes to legally screw up your rating and get out of the trap. The bankers will take all of you down before it is their turn.

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    2. Credit is usefull in emergencies, so is insurance, but ONLY if you dont have enough savings to use instead- in the case of both credit and insurance it is designed to mess you over, fees, interest, changing due dates, etc, etc. They try and leash you through your honor and credit report.
      Somethings dont have a lower cost option- medical emergencies, lawsuits, etc, forcing you into having some insurance or credi - But toys are what most people end up using credit for, and that is what will cause most peoples down fall, they end up using credit and insurance for things that they have lower cost options for.
      I do intend to recover my credit score in about a decade, but only for medical emergencies- all other use will be restricted. By that time I should have my shelter done, savings sufficent to cover basic emergencies and storage and growing food to subsist on.

      -Grey

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    3. I can't imagine ER's going away. Use those for emergencies, then make paymements. No credit needed.

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