Eudaimonia Sabotaged: The Predatory Society

The best I ever read every single word hit the spot our residence turned from pray house to robbery house! The worse thing I ever did is writing the hardship letter to Wells Fargo vet cancer survivor elderly disable it just made bank to hit us with the harder! Banks are jealous from normal people like us we put uniform we held different job to keep the roof vs those bankers with suit and tie behind their desks full of games in thier head

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Eudaimonia (Greek: εὐδαιμονία [eu̯dai̯mo’níaː]), sometimes anglicized as eudaemonia or eudemonia /juːdɪˈmoʊniə/, is a Greek word commonly translated as happiness or welfare; however, “human flourishing” has been proposed as a more accurate translation.

sea-of-despair-ilona-flores Sea of Despair by IIona Flores

By R. Sterling Braxton

This is a rant about American social decay, foreclosure and the decline of the America you once knew.  I stumbled upon strategic innovator and author Umair Haque and instantly was intrigued.  He eloquently captured and framed the modern American experience in ways that transformed my thinking and confirmed my fears.

Haque writes extensively about why America is collapsing in his posts on and in the Harvard Business Review- but more importantly what can be done to correct and survive the American decline. Bear with me- because I am going to go on a tangent but you will eventually grasp why a decade later-  Neil Garfield is still…

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Enough is enough! All the hepatitis asaconsequence of kicking the TLC original home owner modification turned our home to a den to Robert lower the safety of neighborhood

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Tell SIGTARP, the Troubled Asset Relief Program, to stop investigating fraud and compiling huge reports- and to DO SOMETHING FOR THE HOMEOWNERS WHO WERE HARMED:

SigTarp, through its numerous investigations has discovered massive amounts of modification fraud as seen in this audit: .  And yet NOTHING has been done for the homeowners who were deceived, had approved modifications revoked, and the last of their cash confiscated.

As Treasury Secretary Timonthy Geitner said, HAMP borrowers would “foam the runway” for the distressed banks looking for a safe landing.  Now it’s time to foam the runways for corrupt Bank CEOs to go to prison for embezzlement and fraud by using HAMP to push homeowners further in to arrears, and to steal homes.

HAMP was NEVER about helping homeowners save their homes- and to add insult to injury, the Treasury’s Hardest Hit proceeds were used for…

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