Senegalese poet David Diop


In those days,
When civilization kicked us in the face
The vultures built in the shadow of their talons
The blood stained monument of tutelage…



535345345Students of history will find eerie but quite predictable parallels between the collapse of the Roman Empire in the 4th Century AD and the collapse of America’s global hegemony today. Not only has the choice of political so-called leaders become the near-exclusive province of big money patriarchs and their corporate interests. The choice of politicians voters are offered is worse than abysmal. As President Barack Obama tries every sneaky trick in the book to ram through a hugely unpopular Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade corporate scam, a report has emerged that there is a staggering $6.5 trillion of US taxpayer dollars that cannot be properly accounted for by standard good accounting methods. That’s trillion, not million, not billion, but trillion. That is almost 40% of the annual USA Gross Domestic Product. Missing in action…

book The Lost Hegemon

Whom the gods would destroy…

The title of my latest book is The Lost Hegemon: Whom the gods would destroy. It refers to the fact that the boring old patriarchs, let’s call them BOPs, such as D. Rockefeller or G. Soros or W. Buffett–oligarchs whose so-called power is based on the popular delusion that they have real power, a funny kind of hypnosis or mass delusion we nurture–that their ability to push their globalist one world fascist agenda is failing.


The once independent farmers were forced to leave their farms, often for years, to fight foreign wars of conquest. The south of Italy was devastated as one result. Those with money were able to buy land as the only stable investment, becoming huge latifundistas or landowners. That led to the concentration of land in a few hands, and the land in turn was worked by slaves captured in wars of conquest. Small farmer-held farms were gradually replaced by those huge latifundia, bought for booty, and the gap between the rich and the poor increased. When the two brothers Gracchus tried in the second century AD to ease the growing gap between rich and the rest by introducing agriculture reforms that limited the powers of the wealthy Senators, they were assassinated by the men of wealth. Today D. Rockefeller is one of the biggest farmland owners in America, receiving millions in taxpayer dollars as subsidy to boot.

Moreover, the American Thinker would note that:

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton committed her second gaffe in as many days on the campaign trail Monday night, claiming that the US “did not lose a single person” in Libya during her time as secretary of state. To Hillary Clinton, the four male officials and warriors do not matter at all. They are at best an inconvenience. If they were alive, they would have to be dealt with, but because they are dead, they can be forgotten.

But honestly, what does one expect from the likes of Hillary Clinton if even the Washington Post wouldn’t hesitate to present a video filled with her lies and “shifting positions?” Her ideas on Bosnia, healthcare, Wall Street, NAFTA are ever-shifting, since she’s convinced that Americans are unable to memorize basic facts or recall even recent American history.


IBM Lender Business Process Services, Inc. “LBPS” formerly changed its name to Seterus, Inc., on July 9, 2011

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What’s The Case About?

Our firm, Capstone Law APC, is litigating a class action on behalf of property owners who entered into a mortgage loan transaction that was then transferred or sold to, or for which the servicing rights were acquired by, Seterus, Inc. (“Seterus”) and were charged late fees related to payment. The lawsuit, entitled Lopez v. Seterus, Inc.; IBM Lender Business Process Services, Inc.; International Business Machines Corp., is currently pending in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Case No. BC484297. The lawsuit alleges Seterus engaged in the following unlawful conduct:

  • improperly holding mortgage payments and then charging late fees and

  • failing to timely process mortgage payments and then charging late fees.

We believe that Seterus’s conduct as described above violates California consumer laws.

If you had a mortgage loan transaction held or serviced by Seterus at any time from May 9, 2008, until the present and would like to learn more about the case, please call us at 888.845.1266 or send an email to Be sure to give your name, telephone number, and the best time to reach you, and an attorney will get back to you soon.

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New Ft. Worth Texas Law Firm Joins the List

William Nolen, Foreclosure rescue:  8529 Boat Club Rd, Ft. Worth, TX 76179, Tel : 1-800-965-8464

Lawyers to check out: No Guarantees, but we have information that these attorneys are knowledgeable in the defense of foreclosure cases and capable litigators who can defend the property and perhaps even gain the advantage through quiet title or other tactics and strategies discussed here. Many of them have been to one of our Lawyers Workshops and/or have a copy of our Lawyers Workshop Handbook,  but you need to talk with them directly as it always important that your lawyers understands what your objectives are and the facts surrounding your particular set of circumstances. Bear in mind that Lawyers have families to feed and mortgages to pay so you should expect to pay for professional service.  How different lawyers approach a case and their fees or billing approach is up to them.

Competent local counsel is important as they are familiar with state and local laws and procedures and various idiosyncracies unique to the local forum. We will and do collaborate with them on some cases with regard to assisting with a forensic review, legal discovery research and overall claims assessment and case strategy. Remember the old saying:

A good lawyer knows the law and a great lawyer knows the Judge.




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