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Christopher King

Foreclosure Uniform Code Convention Addresses Homeowners Super Pac at Seattle Protest

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Monday, July 7, 2014

Alina Virani, KingCast and Mortgage Movies Watch Homeowners' Super Pac, Seattle's Rolling Rebellion, Attorneys, Politicians and Citizens Square off Against the Banksters' Uniform Law "Reform" Conference.

Yessir, Karen Pooley, Yours Truly and several other dedicated people actually participated and were acknowledged by ULC's William Breetz as he stated that the conference welcomed homeowner and protestors' concerns. I am hear to help assure that his words amount to something more than mere promises. Video forthcoming.

The short (local) version of this video is here.
Deadly Clear website link is here.
HuffPo's Joel Sucher's coverage is here.
"Does this hurt you? Sure, it does. Because if you have a family tragedy or run into health or financial problems -- you can't turn to Mr. Bailey for help. You become a number and your profile is stored in a data storage system where the computer makes all the decisions based on an unsympathetic computer software program. And don't think this systems treats every one equally. It knows if you are black, white, male, female, married, single, like porn or buy energy drinks, Coke or Pepsi and all of your habits are factored into an invasive system that makes the decisions on whether or not you get a loan or the help you might need.
Why is the ULC conference so important? The hand selected chums on the ULC committee are trying to decide how they can best push through a national (federalized) mortgage loan registry system, like MERS -- that hasn't worked so well over the past 15 years. What they'd like to do is white-wash all of the fraudulent land records -- and forgive the crooks for their bad acts. And by doing so the national land registry becomes just that -- a federally owned system making it easier to grab land and take away state's rights." (DC)
"While I feel ULC's motives are fairly benign I can't say the same about their patrons or industry supporters and I think it a noble and needed effort that Karen Pooley and colleagues will be weighing in with their doubts and displeasure." (Sucher)
I will assume, arguendo, benign intention. That being said, they cannot do anything that will make it easier for banks to get away with dirty chains of title and forged or fake documents. Simple. Show less
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