Piggybankblog.com is trying to organize a simultaneous “move your money” as part of our protest against Bank of Destroying America. If you would like to join our list for this future protest, please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name.
My name is John Wright and I AM FIGHTING BACK! .
You can also visit the “move your money” campaign site to find out where a community bank might exist in your area: http://moveyourmoney.info/
On 11/08/10 Liz wrote: Mr Wright, I read with interest the comments on your website regarding breech of contract by Bank of America. Please be advised that the loan modification application forms and, in fact any, any mortgage related program forms (DIL/Short Sale) includes a waiver to pursue any legal action against Bank of America. A recent bill in California sought to repeal this but was shot down by powerful bank lobbyists.
Thank you for your perseverance. I have followed your call and moved my account out of BoA. Best, Liz
Above Youtube: I am so proud that I am from the foot hills of East San Jose California, like the people in this video above. I will be contacting them to see about joining efforts.- John Wright
A few words from Board Member Gregory Lemke:
I really need to take this time to say how special our protest is to me. I am so pleased that so many people have taken the time to express their concern over the foreclosures of homes in America with respect to the crisis we all are facing today. I really can’t believe that those in power in our country have allowed the current home ownership crisis to occur unless; it was done with some form of intent to lower the American standard of living, and possibly create a new dollar and new nation.
The hardship my family has faced in attempting to keep a standard of living in today times, leaves me with the feeling that there is more to the current crisis than anyone in elected to office is willing to address in public. Perhaps, among few in power, there is a silent movement attempting to create a New World Order? Without the general public’s input on how it will affect American’s current way of life? I believe this task of creating a new order is doomed to failure if not addressed with openness in debate for all the issues that affect us as a nation regardless of social standing. Housing, healthcare, taxes, access to employment or a basic bill of as rights representing the American people’s freedoms are at risk. It also concerns me that our freedoms are in question as we continue to address the current crisis. With closed eyes, those elected are failing to address the real issues of home loans crisis, which is the problem of greed alone. If those in office and those who represent banking policies continue refuse to provide any real open debate on these issues, they will continue to create policies that will be doomed to failure. As those in the system continue to act in response to the housing loan crisis with greed and abuse of power, the crisis will only continue to fail to find a resolve to the matters that affect us all. It appears to me no one is being really held accountable for the abuses which created this crisis in the first place.
There was a time when business people knew that if they wanted to succeed in business they had to take care of their customers. It seems that big banks don’t remember this principle, and are only interested in quick profits. This is way I say it’s time to move your money to a smaller community banks! Too big to fail is no way to provide services to those who provide you with the money to run your world banks. If you can’t provide the services with some form of respect for a nation and the community rights you provide it for, than those too big to fail banks should be replaced for someone who cares about the meaning of service to all.
The current crisis has left Americans homeless, and homes that use to be filled with families are left empty and cold, while entire families are sleeping outside in tents. I can’t understand why our elected are so powerless to address this issue. It seems that the fear of losing a seat in office and the need to retain power and greed appears to be moving the issues alone. Only a few have taken a stand for the America working class and they appear too small in numbers to bring any real meaningful change at this time.
Therefore I stand confirmed in my resolve to continue this fight until we, the people, have forced reforms of the current polices affecting the America people, and are again secure in our homes as we redevelop a good standard of living reflecting the American way of life and the meaning of community.
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Gregory Dean Lemke