Stop investing in Wall Street and the Big Banks.
  • Petitioned The American People

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The American People

Stop investing in Wall Street and the Big Banks.

    1. Thomas Jacobs
    2. Petition by

      Thomas Jacobs

      Altoona, FL

It has become painfully obvious that our government is going to do nothing about all these wall street fraud cases, because there are no cases! The SEC has destroyed all the paperwork! http://jaldenh.wordpress.com/2011/08/17/rolling-stone-is-the-sec-covering-up-wall-street-crimes-by-matt-taibbi/
http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/the-real-housewives-of-wall-street-look-whos-cashing-in-on-the-bailout-20110411
I urge you to sell all your stock and refuse to buy anymore until there are true investigations into these rampant cases of fraud and insider trading that have destroyed our economy.
Cash in your 401k’s and money market accounts. Remove yourself from these corrupt investments.
If this causes a stock market crash, so be it, they brought it on themselves.
The fraud cases against the Big Banks were dropped, just look up bank fraud on the web.
I am calling on all American’s to remove their accounts from the Big Banks, place them instead with your small local banks and savings and loans or co-op’s. Better yet buy a safe and invest in silver or other precious metals, paper money will soon be worthless.
We may have no say in bailing them out, but we can starve them out!   It is time we stood up for ourselves if we want any justice, we will get none from our crooked politicians!
We the People must stand together to fight this corruption before it is too late, the Federal Reserve System must end!

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    • Isabel Santamaria PALM BAY, FL
      • over 2 years ago

      All these criminal Banks which primarily includes "Bank of America" along with MERS, attorneys and all other foreclosure mills should all be prosecuted under RICO for racketeering. RICO violations include: Mail fraud, wire fraud, securities fraud, obstruction of justice, forgery and the list goes on and on. These corporate criminals need to go to prison and not just pay fines all the time. Maybe when these crooks start going to prison, then the foreclosure fraud would end. If you or I would just simply "forge" a check and try to cash it, we would be in front of a judge right now and most likely go to prison. Bank of America has committed FORGERY a million times over along with embezzlement, theft (Illegally stealing homes), massive fraud and many more crimes for which others are rotting in jail right now. This is called racketeering and it is sad to say that the government and the justice (so-called) system is all part of this racket. The Mafia is alive and well and the laws such as RICO that this very government has implemented is being violated over and over again with no repercussions. If you would like more information about Bank of America’s racketeering practices please read here: “Is Bank of America a Racketeering Enterprise?” http://www.piggybankblog.com/2010/11/16/bofa-racketeering/

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    • matt courter SEATTLE, WA
      • over 2 years ago

      A injury to one is a injury to all.

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    • Christopher Rymarz SIMI VALLEY, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      The Federal Reserve turns 100 years old next year. Let's celebrate the sheer genius of the Feds ability to deflate the dollar. In 1913, the almighty dollar was worth a dollar. Today, the dollar is worth somewhere around 1 penny. I think the Feds deserve a birthday to remember

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    • Steven Brown GRANITE BAY, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      These are the true terrorest in US banks betting against us, waiting for anyone trip so they can snatch you property

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    • ralph sloan CARROLLTON, GA
      • almost 3 years ago

      I agree. I encourage you to read a petition I have started along a similar vane.

      http://www.change.org/petitions/us-treasury-allow-personal-mortgages-to-be-eligible-investments-for-401k

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