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  1. Worth listening to it again: the 2012 Garfield interview by Piggybank John Wright.

    Wright has his reservations about some of Garfield’s positions. However, it is obvious that he does respect most of them. And Garfield was given the opportunity to explain exactly where he stands, why and how.


  2. neidermeyer, on July 9, 2013 at 1:34 pm said:

    I may have missed it but did Anon ever show us any way to determine if our non-GSE note ever was in the GSE’s hands? First time I checked mine was too late in the process and although I don’t show up in their database I’m 99% sure my note (collection rights/whatever) was held by them at one time.


    “There is no way to know—except a subpoena to the GSE for disclosure of electronic reporting system records.

    Could try Freedom of Information Act request to FHFA.

    They will likely deny, but case law implies that they should not deny.

    You have 6 years to appeal an FOIA denial to a District Court.

    Although, if you go and check county record, for prior records of recorded mortgages, and notes, you may find notations on them that indicated GSE ownership.

    Also, if less than 10 years, it could be somehow reflected on credit reports — a GSE loan number.

    …and yes—99% sure.”


    (regarding this original post):

    “…Fannie and Freddie—-G­SEs—-could not just sell the Note- on performing loans—- this would be securities fraud to the GSE security investors. The Note (and it’s receivable stream) HAD to be falsely placed in default—and charged-of­f (after de-regulation) in order to sell the “Note”—- but, when this happens the Note NO LONGER EXISTS—thu­s, all that is sold is collection rights to a once existing note.
    Security investors fund the BANK—not the borrowers—­there is no direct relationsh­ip between security investors and borrowers. If banks are able to sell their income stream, that is an accounting transactio­n—it is not a “loan” to borrowers. This is why security investors are NEVER the creditor.
    Collection rights transfers are not funded by borrower transactio­ns (ie fabricated refinance)­. Collection rights are transferre­d by assignment­—not NOTES (which is why NOTES are fake). When some people here talk about Non-Deposi­t “trust” non-member­s—they are referring to derivative transactio­ns—that “SWAP” out collection rights—alt­hough the credit enhancers pay cash for collection rights—the­y use insurance for the purchase of the rights. This is why the subprime was so profitable­—the bank debt buyers put up no cash for transactio­n—but, were then able to profit by the “sale” of the receivable pass-throu­ghs to security investors.­. This is also why MBIA (insurance co.) legal action against BOA and others is hugely important.­”

  3. I did not listen to the radio cast but from the sound of not mynpv’s comment about broken english it is still all about the cover up of the ORIGINATION FRAUD….THE FRAUDULENT INDUCEMENT and subsequent QUADRILLION DOLLAR Securities Frauds theft of our wealth committed by KORPORATE Amerika…..AKA….the KHAZARS with our hijacked Securities. That is the reason why they don’t want WE THE PEOPLE understanding what they did. Well they did not full everyone with their “just trust us” b.s.

  4. This conversation was the most boring broken-English crap I have ever heard. I was hoping for the ad to pop back up – far more interesting. Really…could not even listen for 2 minutes. It’s no wonder homeowners can’t win a damn case. The Judge’s are bored listening to the lawyers.

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