Sunday, June 30, 2013

10News - Rally held to show support for Jeff Olson, man charged in chalk vandalism case - - News

This bank protestor faces a 13 year sentence for using chalk on a bank property.

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Tuesday, February 19, 2013


Last minute action alert information for February, 20, 2013 Foreclosure protest against Bank of America. Click here to learn more.

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Bank Protestors in Des Moines Iowa protest outside of a Wells Fargo Bank.

As Iowa protestors assemble outside of an Iowa Wells Fargo Branch, may I remind everybody that it was the 2008 Iowa Caucus in which is it alleged that Move On dot org members helped shuttle Illinois voters into Iowa to vote for Barack Obama. Click here to see an article I wrote about this issue in my Caucus Cheating Blog along with graphic image breakdowns of how precincts bordering Illinois all went for Obama.

The fraudulent results gave Obama a huge forward momentum push in the 2008 democratic race, and Obama, being a friend of wall street and the bankers, has done their bidding since then.  So in Iowa, you can blame yourselves for the mess you helped heap onto the rest of the country.

If the video below does not open up, here is the direct link to the video.

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Home Foreclosure Victim Donna Viera, husband and son begin a protest vigil against Wells Fargo President John Stumpf

Donna Vieira, her husband Nuno and their son Leo have a started a hunger strike against Wells Fargo Bank and the president of Wells Fargo Bank John Stumpf. It seems that Wells Fargo has dragged their feet for several years after an apparently inaccurate home appraisal that was off by approximately a quarter of a million dollars was never corrected.

Friday, March 9, 2012

To ALL of you Bank Protestors, MAKE YOUR VIDEOS SHORT!

It's important to realize that when bank protest videos and home foreclosure protest videos are too long, the video IS ROBBING precious time from all the other home foreclosure protest videos.

Yes, it is WRONG to put out protest videos that waste too much time simply because there are way too many people being wronged by the system. If just a small portion make videos that are much too long, they are simply robbing others of their moment to tell their story.

Keep your protest videos UNDER THREE MINUTES.  Even if it takes you 10 extra hours of thinking and reworking your project and you can reduce your video from 10 minutes to 3 minutes, you will in turn save all those who see your video HUNDREDS OF HOURS of time when each viewer's saved time is multipled by the 7 minutes they save when they watch your 3 minute video that used to be 10 minutes.

And that saved time allows them to possibly help you, or view more protest videos that may one day motivate them to take a more active role.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Separate Wells Fargo Bank Protest Groups just miss each other's protest by minutes at the Same Wells Fargo Branch.

It has come to this, two completely different Wells Fargo Bank Protest groups just missed meeting each other today, February, 8th, 2012, at the same Sacramento Wells Fargo Bank. 

If I were a Wells Fargo bank employee and I saw one protest group leave, and then less than an hour later another protest group showing up, what would I be thinking?

Holy Crap?

Or, do the Wells Fargo Bank employees just think it's the next shift from the same bank protest group? Check out the comments section at HSI Trust to see two protests that passed in the day, but who are planning to unite for their protest tomorrow, February 9, 2012.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Occupy Main Street - "A Day Without US Bank" - protest of foreclosures - LaCrosse

Another day, another bank protest.  

I have 10 blogs, no one pays me, I have other obligations, that is the only reason you don't see a new bank protest story almost every day.

Each story you see represents at least 10 other bank protest stories.

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