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Forum Post: BAC admits OWS is hurting it's bottom line... wow

Posted 6 years ago on Dec. 6, 2011, 11:34 a.m. EST by Doc4the99 (591) from Washington, DC
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[-] 1 points by simplesimon (121) 6 years ago

Dam, I've been saying this for a long time. Anything over .08 and you go to jail for driving drunk.

[-] 1 points by me2 (534) 6 years ago

Did you actually read the memo? There's nothing to it! What is the big deal?

[-] 0 points by Doc4the99 (591) from Washington, DC 6 years ago

Its proof that the banks know people could take back their homes. Got to read in between lines.

[-] 1 points by me2 (534) 6 years ago

I think it's proof the bank is concerned that their employees could be injured and their property damaged by ows protesters who could turn violent. Nothing more or less, and nothing to crow about either.

[-] 0 points by Doc4the99 (591) from Washington, DC 6 years ago

take back you fore closed home. BAC is worried. trust me. they know they scammed investors and home buyers. It's also total media spun BS by BAC. OWS is not violent.

[-] 1 points by KnaveDave (357) 6 years ago

I'm glad to see this kind of thing. it is what I've been advocating -- that the Occupy Wall Street movement seize the opportunity of its own evictions from parks to do something more creative and not be so confined to a space. Now, people are moving out of the parks to occupy the yards and public areas around foreclosed homes and help the dispossessed with the recovery or retainment of their home. This is the kind of creative action that can change things.

http://thegreatrecession.info/blog/2011/11/occupy-wall-street-now-unoccupied-but-stronger/

--Knave Dave

[-] 0 points by Doc4the99 (591) from Washington, DC 6 years ago

right on!

[-] 1 points by KnaveDave (357) 6 years ago

Here is another fun, creative idea I came across on the forums:

http://thegreatrecession.info/blog/2011/12/occupy-u-s-mail/

--Knave Dave

[-] 0 points by Doc4the99 (591) from Washington, DC 6 years ago

Aside from the superficial implications, what is more important is that the big banks are showing precisely what the weakest links in the system are, and what makes them the most nervous: it is not protesters living in tents in a major metropolitan city: it is protesters disrupting the lifeblood of the broken banking system - the home selling/repossession pathway. Expect many more such protests now that Bank of America has tipped its hand. FROM zerohedge.com the link is above !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

[-] 0 points by Thrasymaque (-2138) 6 years ago

When you quote, you should make it obvious instead of passing the words as your own.

[-] 0 points by Doc4the99 (591) from Washington, DC 6 years ago

I did above with zero hedge.com -- that was the intention-- if I wanted to steal some quote i wouldn't put the link-- perfect sheeple that's what you focus on-- of course. the link is right there. it's the best sight at exposing the fraud that has been on going. I can't be blamed for occupy's crappy website.

[-] 0 points by Thrasymaque (-2138) 6 years ago

Always quote text from others, don't use excuses. Example:

Excerpt from the article in this post:

"Aside from the superficial implications, what is more important is that the big banks are showing precisely what the weakest links in the system are, and what makes them the most nervous: it is not protesters living in tents in a major metropolitan city: it is protesters disrupting the lifeblood of the broken banking system - the home selling/repossession pathway. Expect many more such protests now that Bank of America has tipped its hand."

[-] -1 points by Thrasymaque (-2138) 6 years ago

The title of this post is misleading. The bank does not admit Occupy is hurting its bottom line, it simply provides a procedure for employees who have the task of retaking homes from protesters. Nothing special at all. Next.

[-] 0 points by Doc4the99 (591) from Washington, DC 6 years ago

they're scared. But I'll move on. If that's all you have. OWS is on the radar big time-- trust me. BAC knows people can get their homes back to the sham and shadow banking they engage in. BAC is going to go bust anyway when the FED has to bail out the margin call on all their 75 trillion in toxic derivatives.

[-] 0 points by Thrasymaque (-2138) 6 years ago

From the evidence you provide, nobody looks scared. It's a simple procedure. Are you a conspiracy theorist by any chance?