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Forum Post: Protest JP Morgan (Deceptive, dishonest mortgages, foreclosures, and other illicit transactions)

Posted 4 years ago on Oct. 15, 2013, 7:32 p.m. EST by grimwomyn (35) from New York, NY
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OWS Groups, Members will be protesting along side DC coalitions


New York Bank Guilty of Worst Offenses Affecting U.S. Banking Crisis Rental & All Other Housing Seriously Affected

OWS Outreach Work Group, OWS Special Project Affinity Group. We will assemble at the headquarters, J.P. Morgan, 48th and Park Avenue, by 3 PM tomm. See you all there!

TENAC, the D.C. Rental Housing Advocacy Coalition, will lead a demonstration in front of the J.P. Morgan Chase Headquarters Building at Park Avenue and 47th Street in Manhattan, on Wednesday, October 16, at 3 PM and continuing thereafter.

We are outraged at the enormity of J.P. Morgan Chase’s banking fraud against the American people, which has had a hugely damaging effect on the entire U.S. economy. Deceptive, dishonest mortgages, foreclosures, and other illicit transactions have caused serious economic hardship, on the American people, especially in terms of rental and all other housing.

Worse still are the continuing immense ill-gotten gains of J.P. Morgan Chase, which has led the entire banking industry in record-breaking profits off the backs of the American people. That is CRIME, BUT NO PUNISHMENT! TENAC has long protested this outrageous banking rip-off, by demonstrating against J.P. Morgan Chase earlier this year, as well as other Big Banks, such as Goldman Sachs and Bank America, and were part of the Occupy Wall Street Movement.

TENAC invites all other groups and individuals interested in protesting Big Bank Rip-Off USA in general, and J.P. Morgan Chase in particular to join us on Wednesday afternoon, October 16.

Remember, “Dimons Are a Pirate’s Best Friend”

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/716696055011448/



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[-] 0 points by DebtSUSPENSIONRights (181) 4 years ago

I created several anti chase bank protest blogs back in 2009 and 2010. I RSS feed linked to many other protest blogs, but almost NOBODY would put a link back to my blogs. I mean out of hundreds of blogs I linked to, maybe one linked back, and only because I asked. And if all of these bloggers check their stats, (and probably 90% do), they would see occasional links coming from my blogs, but then decide they were much too important to provide a link back, even though I have no advertising on my sites and was already giving them hits.

The result was my blogs might generate thousands of links for other bloggers since back then, bloggers who didn't feel it in necessary to link back. The problem with that mentality is no blog should isolate themselves in this huge internet universe from others who are linking to them, especially if they are involved in the same cause.

I did all of this work for no pay, using free google blog software.

www.daily-protest.blogspot.com, www.robotsagainstchase.blogspot.com, www.parallelforeclosure.blogspot.com (probably my most important anti chase bank blog to date), www.bloggersagainstchasebank.blogspot.com, www.thecatwhoatechasebank.blogspot.com, www.swarmthebanks.blogspot.com.

The reason the internet doesn't do as much as it should is everybody believes they have the answer and if only everybody would follow them. The reality is it takes SEVERAL DOZEN bloggers who interlink to make a difference.

lol, the banks are safe.

[-] -1 points by HCHC4 (-28) 4 years ago

Chase is still building new facilities around the country with their bailout money. I always thought "Stealing Your Homes, Building Their Own" would make a good chant/sign.