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Lending terrorists and the politicians who support them are meeting with DHS, Senators and Congressman to develop strategy's and legislation to hunt down, get this terrorists.

Lets see if they are the terrorists then they would be hoping to get those opposed to them on a terrorists list I guess that would be us. Allen S Wolf has already called us internet terrorists and Glenn Beck so called conservative talk show host has said the military needs to be used against Ron Paul supporters who are terrorists in his opinion.

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Political Clout

The Center and its head, Rabbi Marvin Hier, wield considerable political power. "Hier has accrued unprecedented clout in the Legislature, on Capitol Hill, in the city's boardrooms and even in Hollywood," says the Los Angeles Times.  / 2

Among the Center’s prominent and wealthy supporters are President George W. Bush, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (New York), Senator Charles E. Schumer (New York), Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, and Mortimer Zuckerman, publisher of US News and World Report and the Atlantic Monthly. / 3

One of Hier’s most important backers has been Roland E. Arnall, a California businessman who played a key role in getting the Center off the ground. With a fortune estimated at $2 billion, he has for years been a major player in state and national politics. / 4  Other major financial contributors, likewise Jewish, have included Ivan Boesky, who is perhaps best known for his prominent role in a mid-1980s Wall Street insider trading scandal, and Gary Winnick, founder and chairman of Global Crossing, Ltd., who donated $40 million for the Center’s “Museum of Tolerance” in Jerusalem. / 5

The propaganda coincides with a House Homeland Security Subcommittee hearing on "Terrorism and the Internet" held last week, broadcast on C-Span, which featured a panel of "experts", including representatives formerly of the RAND Corporation and the Simon Wiesenthal Center who presented 9/11 truth websites sites alongside sites that celebrate the attacks and offer training in terrorist tactics.

In the current context, this unified assault also dovetails with the advance of H.R. 1955, entitled the ? Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007 ", which is vaguely worded and could easily be used to label activist groups as terrorist recruiters.

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Scary thought Greg!
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I read this (last night) and I'm still really ticked off to no end, about this.
I think it might be so irking due to a letter I read somewhere in the legal lounge. (a couple of weeks ago) & naming msfraud. as being the cause of Internet terrorism.

I'll have to look for the article later, will post it once I find it..... ( but in a time crunch here.) 

So I suppose it's safe to say that "OUR FREEDOM  OF SPEECH"


May they all rot in hell for causing all of the countless families to be homeless, caused families to be without food, and electricity in their homes, before their homes were stolen by them.

May they rot in hell for making innocent children sleep on the streets, and removing safe, happy childhoods from them.

They have caused so much suffering it is indescribable, and they do not view them selves as a guilty party?

God, I'm disgusted beyond belief.

Thanks for your post Greg under the "Death of the Us Economy" about the songs to be sung, and how they are consumed with their own paranoia's.



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This is the article in our Law library

Internet “Terrorism” — Target: Mortgage Servicing

by Alan S. Wolf
Wolf Firm — USFN Member (CA)

Mortgage servicers know that it’s probably a bad day when they arrive at their office to find reporters from 60 Minutes waiting in their lobby to speak to them regarding some mortgage servicing problem. 60 Minutes, a CBS syndicated news program, has a reputation for featuring liberal causes. Its 20-minute segments on various issues reach millions of households each week, and despite exposing problems in often a very one-sided manner, its segments almost invariably have a great influence on public opinion. That influence is further enhanced by the news media, which often pick up on the 60 Minutes segments and add their own investigations and twists. In short, a 60 Minutes segment has tremendous influence, even beyond the initial broadcast. 

What’s Out There Can Hurt You

Those being investigated by 60 Minutes understand this power and know that they must act carefully to survive the assault. Accordingly, when 60 Minutes calls, companies respond. Top executives, public relations firms, and a battery of attorneys all join in a coordinated effort to mitigate the attack. In some cases, it is truly a fight for survival. While the power of 60 Minutes is awesome, it pales in comparison to the power of the Internet. That bears repeating: The power of 60 Minutes pales in comparison to the power of the Internet.

Every day on the Internet, mortgage servicers are attacked by individuals whose reach and influence now exceed that of 60 Minutes. And while 60 Minutes is subject to the rules of journalism, where at least the matters presented are first reviewed and edited, the Internet has no such controls. Yet, despite this immense threat, mortgage servicers have essentially ignored attacks launched from the Internet. They do not call in their top executives, public relations firms, or legal counsel to tackle the problem. Instead, they largely do nothing. This is in part because while mortgage servicers regularly use the Internet, they do not understand the power of the Internet as employed by the groups that regularly attack the industry. It’s time to change that.

If you think about it, the Internet, by its very nature, is in many ways an ideal arena for activity by those dedicated to attacking the mortgage industry. Most notably, it offers:

▪ ease of access
▪ rapid flow of information 
▪ little or no censorship, regulation, or other form of governmental control
▪ anonymity of communication
▪ inexpensive development and maintenance of a Web presence
▪ the ability to influence coverage in the traditional mass media, which increasingly use the Internet as a source for stories

When you add to this foundation the growth of the Internet, these factors alone become alarming. In 1995, there were merely 16 million people on the Internet. In 2000, that number had reached 500 million worldwide. Today, there are over a billion people using the Internet across the world, and over 75 percent of all Americans (approximately 205 million) have Internet access. And these numbers continue to climb.

Unfavorable Forums

Mortgage servicers are vaguely aware of these factors. You would almost have to be brain-dead not to have used the Internet or know of its tremendous growth. And, obviously, mortgage servicers regularly use the Internet for email and to review industry websites for information. Most mortgage servicers even provide their own websites at which their borrowers can get loan-level information. But beyond these basics, there is a dangerous lack of knowledge. Very few servicers know anything about forums, blogs, or RSS. Yet, all of these Internet tools are regularly, and quite adeptly, used by individuals, and even whole consumer groups, to attack our industry. 

The most nefarious Internet tool is the forum. An Internet forum (also known as Web forum, message board, electronic bulletin board, discussion board, discussion forum, or discussion group) is a place on a website where electronic discussions can be held. The discussion is held by a forum member posting a typed comment or question (called a “posting”), which can be viewed by other members. Those members can then reply, and those replies, in turn, can be viewed, and additional responses can be made. The initial question and the subsequent responses are organized on the webpage so that each posting is shown immediately after the prior posting in chronological order. This is known as a “thread.” By reading the thread, the member can determine the thoughts of the members on the topic and add his or her own comments. These threads generally remain saved on the forum website for future reading indefinitely.

Know Your Foes

Internet forums create a sense of community to discuss any variety of topics: a hobby, an illness, a political thought. Unfortunately, individuals and consumer groups angry at the mortgage servicing industry have started their own forums where borrowers create a community to regularly discuss the purported misdeeds of our industry. Like a snowball rolling downhill, the claims in these forums become enhanced and build to such a size that soon class action attorneys take notice, and litigation begins.

There are literally hundreds of such forums directed at attacking our industry. And forums sometimes disappear, only to be reincarnated on some other site. Currently, the three leading forums attacking our industry are (mortgage servicing fraud), and Each has it own approach. 

The mortgage servicing fraud site is narrowly directed at only our industry. A quote from the home page puts its approach into perspective: “The American Dream of homeownership is being turned into a NIGHTMARE! This nightmare is orchestrated by a growing number of well-known, corrupt, and ruthless mortgage servicers who manufacture defaults on performing loans to then flood the account with illegal fees strategically designed to STEAL the borrower’s equity — and ultimately the property. In addition, the borrower’s credit is destroyed to prevent them from refinancing with another lender.”

There are a number of adverse articles on the site and other informational resources that negatively reflect on our industry, but the guts of the site is its forum ( Here, every imaginable problem is discussed; every adverse case is referenced; and like sharks that smell blood, class action attorneys tout their successes and seek new clients. This site alone should keep everyone in the industry up late at night. Nonetheless, it is a must-read to gain insight into just how serious this problem has become.

Troubling Blogs

Following close on the heels of forums is the relatively new Internet tool known as a blog. A blog is a website, most often authored by one person, who picks the topics or posts for the blog in the form of his or her own personal opinion. Others can then link to that person’s posts or comment right there on the blog. 

Blogs differ from forums in subtle ways. A blog is, first and foremost, a publishing tool; a means to provide a voice to the individual blogger’s single point of view. Because blogs often include the ability for readers to comment on blog posts, they are somewhat like forums; however, the interaction is limited to responding to the blog post. Unlike forums, new discussions cannot be created.    

Blogs cover a plethora of topics. It is estimated that there are nearly 50 million blogs currently in existence with more being added every day. Unfortunately, some of those blogs are set up to attack our industry. Two such examples are and These sites exist because they have developed a following, and all influence public opinion.

To make matters even worse, most blogs are syndicated through the use of an Internet tool called RSS (Really Simple Syndication). RSS is a way for websites to send their articles to news bureaus and anyone else who subscribes to this free service. Accordingly, it lets Web users freely subscribe to their choice of content sources across the Internet. Aggregation tools (e.g., personalized start pages, RSS readers) display summaries of these subscriptions, which update automatically when new information is available. RSS reduces the need for users to visit many individual websites and provides the user with near instantaneous information. The traditional news media often subscribe to RSS feeds to keep on top of various subjects, including the claims of those who would attack our industry.

Case in Point

On September 8, 2004, CBS News’ 60 Minutes aired a segment entitled “For the Record” concerning President Bush’s Texas Air National Guard service. The segment referred to certain documents that were adverse to President Bush’s claims, and 60 Minutes reported that it had “consulted with a handwriting analyst and document expert who believes the material is authentic.” Within minutes after the segment aired, questions about the authenticity of the documents were raised on numerous Internet blogs. Since these blogs were syndicated through RSS, the traditional media were immediately tipped off, creating a  firestorm in print, on the air, and on the Internet about the documents’ authenticity. 60 Minutes was forced to retract its statements, and Dan Rather, the prominent news anchor who reported the story, apologized and later resigned. That same power is now being directed against the mortgage servicing industry.

The Internet is a potent force. Mortgage servicers need to play catch-up and educate themselves on the Internet tools used by those who seek to unfairly attack our industry, and they need to develop methods and procedures to mitigate the harm.








And here is a Ron Paul terrorist article I have meet with Ron Paul twice and strongly support him because he wants to replace the paper money monetized debt system with hard currency, which would for the most part eliminate the tools and motive for stealing money and homes using the equity

in our homes as the funding. As far as the Islamic terrorist supporter that is

totally false he has a two part approach to dealing with Islamic terrorism he is not passivism or imperialist. I  was standing few feet  from Ron Paul  as he was stating his policies on terrorism.


He clearly states his primary approach is non-interventionist, which means not to use business interests to manipulate foreign government policies, but to build up trade partnerships. This is not the same as tolerance or passivism and far from aiding in fact he made it quite clear that he would not tolerate terrorism and if he had been President he would have continued fighting AL-Queda and firmly supports fighting AL-Queda and Islamic extremist terrorists.


Agree with his opinion and strategy or not this policy is clearly far from aiding

Terrorism in intent.


Contrast Ron Paul’s position with the White house position to business with terrorists for the profit of White house partners and members. Again Ron Paul's position is to build business and trade ties but  aggressively pursue terrorists. Ron Paul's record is clear and unchanging though ten terms of Congress.


Halliburton has earned over $20 billion in contracts for the Iraq war. But even as the company is being investigated over $2.7 billion in waste and fraudulent charges to American taxpayers, Cheney's old firm looks to expand its business with another member of President Bush's "axis of evil," Iran. It's no wonder that Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy fumed that, "This is an insult to the U.S. soldiers and taxpayers who paid the tab for their no-bid contracts and endured their overcharges for all these years."


For Dick Cheney and his colleagues at Halliburton, it's just good business. In 2002, Vice President Cheney described Iran as "the world's leading exporter of terror." But as Halliburton CEO, Cheney was a fervent foe of President Clinton's sanctions against the regime in Tehran. In 1998, he complained that his company was being "cut out of the action." And back in 1996, Cheney railed against the Clinton prohibitions on Iranian trade and financial activity for American firms:


    "We seem to be sanction-happy as a government. The problem is that the good Lord didn't see fit to always put oil and gas resources where there are democratic governments."


Vice President Cheney will be untroubled Pat Leahy's complaints about the Benedict Arnolds at Halliburton. After all, in 2004 Cheney told Leahy to "go f**k yourself" on the Senate floor.


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Here is the Ron Paul terrorist article.

Again Ron Paul's position is to build friendships and trade ties to avoid conflict in the first place, but fight terrorism and prevent funding and support of terrorists I saw and heard him first hand. He said he would hunt down and destroy Al-Queda and terrorists so how is that supporting terrorism?  Of course my primary purpose for meeting him was to discuss foreclosures for profit.

 Complaints Flood CNN After Beck Smears Ron Paul Supporters As Terrorists

Neo-Con and ex-Marxist demonize founding fathers, Ron Paul supporters as terrorists in outrageous attack on free speech, urge use of U.S. military against domestic enemies, anti-war left, libertarians, talking points have roots in September 2006 White House strategy document, demands for retraction flood CNN, sponsors boycotted


Paul Joseph Watson

Prison Planet

Friday, November 16, 2007



Complaints and demands for a retraction and an apology are flooding CNN today after Neo-Con host Glenn Beck and ex-Marxist David Horowitz smeared Ron Paul supporters, libertarians and the anti-war left as terrorist sympathizers and inferred that the U.S. military should be used to silence them, parroting a talking point that traces back to a September 2006 White House directive.


This is part of an ongoing propaganda assault which has also been mimicked by other anti-American Neo-Con talking heads like Bill O'Reilly and Rush Limbaugh.


Beck opened up his show segment by inferring that the U.S. military should be used to silence domestic dissent against the war, claiming that those he would later identify as Ron Paul supporters, libertarians and the anti-war left and link with terrorists, were a "physical threat."


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"When you enlist in the U.S. military, you have take an oath that says you're gonna support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies - foreign and domestic - we talk a lot on this program about the foreign threats - maybe we should spend some time tonight on the domestic one....the physical threat may be developing domestically as well," said Beck.


Beck then goes on to make the absurd insinuation that Ron Paul supporters are a terrorist threat because they are causing disenfranchisement with the government. His evidence? The November 5th donation drive coincided with a 400-year-old piece of British history and Guy Fawkes plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament.


Beck then introduces his guests, the great grandson of Winston Churchill, and admitted former Marxist and now Neo-Con ideologue David Horowitz.


Watch the video.




We are forced to digest the bizarre and abhorrent spectacle of a British elitist, "former" Marxist Horowitz and anti-American Neo-Con Glenn Beck infer that 1776, the founding fathers and the very birth of freedom in America is somehow evil and affiliated with terrorism and extremism.


This brought back memories of a July 2001 FEMA training meeting in Missouri where a FEMA representative was caught on video instructing local police that the American people were the enemy and that George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and the rest of the founding fathers were a terrorist organization.


Watch the video below.


Ex-Marxist Horowitz and Beck then go on to link the anti-war left, Ron Paul supporters on the right and libertarians like Lew Rockwell, with "Islamofascists" and terrorists.


Horowitz states, "I think it's very significant he (Ron Paul) chose Guy Fawkes as an image."


This in itself is a complete lie - the Ron Paul campaign did not create the November 5th donation drive, it was created by one individual and the November 5th motif was merely a gimmick to make people remember to donate. To suggest it was a thinly veiled expression of sympathy with a 17th century terrorist is manifestly ridiculous.


Horowitz then claims, "There are plenty, unfortunately, libertarian websites which are indistinguishable from the anti-American left these days - and others like that - they are totally in bed with the Islamofascists and have turned against this country."


This is a completely fallacious, slanderous and damaging lie, but Horowitz and Beck are still laboring under the illusion that the American people buy their bellicose smear attacks which are completely devoid of any substance and delivered only with the aid of discredited sound bites and rhetorical clichés.


During the course of the segment, Beck also repeated the contention that another Timothy McVeigh would emerge from one of the groups he demonized.


Beck's diatribe is just the latest in a series of smear attempts to equate 9/11 truthers, Ron Paul supporters and other activists with violence and terrorism, or otherwise discredit them. Bill O'Reilly has been doing it for weeks.


What is the origin of the talking points that are now being disseminated by the likes of Glenn Beck, Bill O'Reilly, Rush Limbaugh and others?


Back in September 2006, we reported on a White House strategy document for "winning the war on terror," in which conspiracy theorists were targeted as a wellspring of terrorism. The document threatens to "address" and "diminish" the problems they are causing the government in fulfilling their agenda.


The document states that terrorism springs from "subcultures of conspiracy and misinformation," and that "terrorists recruit more effectively from populations whose information about the world is contaminated by falsehoods and corrupted by conspiracy theories. The distortions keep alive grievances and filter out facts that would challenge popular prejudices and self-serving propaganda."


Bush referred to the strategy paper as "an unclassified version of the strategy we've been pursuing since September the 11th, 2001," that takes into account, "the changing nature of this enemy."


The Neo-Con talking heads are actually parroting White House propaganda handed down to them by the Bush administration.


You can even trace the legacy right back to Bush's November 10, 2001 speech to the U.N., in which he said that "outrageous conspiracy theories concerning the attacks of September the 11th" should not be tolerated.


Watch the video.




In the current context, this unified assault also dovetails with the advance of H.R. 1955, entitled the “Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007", which is vaguely worded and could easily be used to label activist groups as terrorist recruiters.


As Kurt Nimmo writes, "The only serious threat to the neocons and their neolib partners in crime emanates from the patriot and 9/11 truth movements—and that is why, as increasing numbers of patriotic and politically diverse Americans rally around the Ron Paul presidential campaign, we are witnessing increasingly virulent and desperate attacks against Paul, who is now absurdly conflated with “Islamo-fascist” terrorists."


"If they are able to successfully characterize Ron Paul as a terrorist and thus sabotage his political campaign, there will be no end to the state-sponsored domestic terrorism they will unleash against the American people stripped of all advocates," he concludes.


It also coincides with a House Homeland Security Subcommittee hearing on "Terrorism and the Internet" held last week, broadcast on C-Span, which featured a panel of "experts", including representatives formerly of the RAND Corporation and the Simon Wiesenthal Center who presented 9/11 truth websites sites alongside sites that celebrate the attacks and offer training in terrorist tactics.


Why are Glenn Beck and David Horowitz a threat to America?


a) They openly call for the U.S. military to be used to suppress freedom of speech, a complete violation of the first amendment and everything that America stands for. This in itself exposes them as anti-American traitors.


b) They openly state, without any evidence whatsoever to substantiate the claim, that Lew Rockwell, libertarian and anti-war groups are "totally in bed with the Islamofascists," which could prompt their nutcase followers into physical violence and perhaps even assassination attempts against anti-war and libertarian leaders as well as Ron Paul supporters.


c) If there are real terrorist groups in America, as we are constantly told, then Beck and Horowitz are diverting attention away from them by fingering peaceful protest and activist groups, leaving genuine terrorists under less scrutiny by law enforcement and the FBI.


Beck and Horowitz are the only ones doing harm to America - they are anti-American traitors.

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thanks for the post greg!

c) If there are real terrorist groups in America, as we are constantly told, then Beck and Horowitz are diverting attention away from them by fingering peaceful protest and activist groups, leaving genuine terrorists under less scrutiny by law enforcement and the FBI.


Beck and Horowitz are the only ones doing harm to America - they are anti-American traitors.


Wolf too!

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   Reply To "Big Bad Wolf" >> "BRING IT ON...YOU FASCIST PIG!!"

        We at this MSFRAUD.ORG FORUM are willing to stand by what we've said about the RACKETEERING MTGE SERV FRAUD INDUSTRY for as many years as we've been here >>> we have made these TRUTHFUL ACCUSATIONS because most of us have been MS FRAUD VICTIMS of the nefarious Mtge Racketeers who make AL QAEDA pale in comparison...!!

     So if the Wolf Firm in its usual RACKETEERING-DENIAL-MODE wants to start a BATTLE & SH***ING CONTEST with us >> I say "BRING IT ON" ---
but don't expect us to be "nicey-nicey" while we prove how TRUE & VALID our Horror Stories have been!   BTW WOLF FIRM: YOU CRETINS ARE ALL GOING TO BURN IN HELL...!!  (Got the Word from Satan this morning!!).
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4 justice now

Thanks for posting!

 Just when I thought I couldn't be more disgusted, I find that I'm wrong again.


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4 justice now

Good call! These bastards just don't realize how lucky they have been so far...  I suspect it's going get very personal for many of them any day now. I can't wait to see it happen.


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They've ruined their own reputations.

Nothing we have said equals their own bad acts which are rising from the sewer.

They are indeed financial terrorists.

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