By JP Massar
When your house is invaded by insects, everyone knows it’s time to call the exterminator.
But when your house is invaded by banksters? The Federal government is of no use. Calling Jaime Dimon produces a recording of hysterical laughter. Prayers have not been shown to have any efficacy in stopping the sheriff from tossing your kids out onto the street. Lawyers cost the money you don’t have and usually can’t do much anyway. And even if they want to seek help, people are often ashamed.
What to do?
It’s not for the faint of heart, but those who are angry enough to be willing to fight back on the edge of the law have one last resort — calling Occupy and friends.
“Unruly mobs” of Occupy activists and other home defender groups such as ACCE have formed all across the country, pledging to draw a line in the sidewalk to not allow foreclosures, auctions and evictions by invasive banksters to take place — not without a fight anyway. From Minnesota to Atlanta, from Eugene to Brooklyn, from Detroit to Los Angeles and Anaheim, From San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento and Stockton to Maine, auctions have been disrupted, evictions prevented, people organized, and sufficient publicity generated to force banksters into modifying loans they once claimed were impossible to rework and unevict people they thought they had removed.