Get on the Midwest bus from Detroit:
Leaves Saturday, Sept. 1 at 8 P.M.
Back in Detroit Monday, Sept. 3 at 6 A.M.
CALL: Moratorium NOW Coalition at 313-680-550
TO ANTI-FORECLOSURE ACTIVISTS, JOIN THE
March on Wall Street South
Sunday -Sept. 2, 11:00 AM, Frazier Park in
Charlotte, NORTH Carolina, on the eve of
the Democratic National Convention
Tell President Obama:
Issue an Executive Order for a Moratorium to Stop all Foreclosures and Foreclosure-related Evictions
Today the federal government controls 75% all of all mortgages through its takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac as well as through HUD. With each foreclosure, the government pays the banks full value on the fraudulent mortgage loans, and then it’s the government who tosses homeowners into the streets.
It’s time to stop this “silent bailout” to the banks. President Obama has the authority to place a moratorium to stop foreclosures and foreclosure-related evictions, and to order that the principal on mortgage loans be reduced to the actual value of the homes. If Edward Demarco, the head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (which controls Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac) refuses to go along, he should be immediately fired by President Obama and replaced by someone who will.
The March of Wall Street South will rally at the international headquarters of Bank of America and the east coast headquarters of Wells Fargo, two of the biggest banksters. We will present the demand for a National Moratorium on Foreclosures directly to President Obama who will be in Charlotte for the Democratic National Convention which is meeting there.
COALITION TO MARCH ON WALL STREET SOUTH
Contact: 704-266-0362 – wallstsouth.org – email@example.com
Sign the petition supporting HR 4848, which calls for a MORATORIUM on FORECLOSURES for THREE YEARS; http://nationalmoratorium.org/
The Moratorium NOW! Coalition to Stop Foreclosures, Evictions, and Utility Shutoffs is open to all those who want to fight for a moratorium on foreclosures, evictions, layoffs, and utility shutoffs. We meet every Monday, 7 PM, at 5920 Second Ave., Detroit.
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