Thursday, August 25, 2011

DHS "if You See Something, Say Something" Going Strong

Homeland Security is ramping up its Big Brother agenda by pushing its "If you see something, say something" propaganda. Many blogs are reporting on this, including Activist Post, with the latest on the DHS and its juxtaposed surrealism of comic anc damn scary tactics: Activist Post: 10 Things Citizen Spies Should Report to DHS.

As noted by those of us commenting on this, paying with cash is considered "suspicious."

In this particular article by Activist Post, the tables are turned. Great suggestions; let's do our part and help the DHS out by reporting harmful activity, like:


3. Fraudulent foreclosures: The mortgage fraud scandal is indeed the biggest in human history. The involvement of mortgage brokers, ratings agencies, appraisers, robo signers, and every other type of criminality went right up the ladder to banks like Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, and Bank of America. Some even employed real mafia tactics by breaking into people's homes. Now banks are scrambling to provide documentation, as it appears that people have been thrown onto the street without proof. 92% of NY foreclosures lacked proper documents, and that is just the tip of the iceberg for the rest of the nation. There should be a real full-scale investigation of the criminals running this operation at the highest levels. Instead, we see a few courageous people taking matters into their own hands, like the Florida couple who foreclosed on Bank of America.
Other harmful, nasty, un-American activities: illegal wars, the war on children, the war on drugs, and more.

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