In late 2011, it was revealed via census statistics that about 3.5 million people in the US are homeless, while about 18.5 million homes in America are vacant, due to foreclosures for unpaid property taxes and similar debts to the people at the top of the pyramid shaped power structure.
A story of one of these foreclosures really illustrates the problem America has with wealth disparity; Deborah Caley, a disabled mother of two, accidentally sent in the wrong amount of money to the US government for the annual robbery of property taxes in 2012.
Without any notification or assistance in sending the ‘proper’ amount of money in this annual forced offering, she found herself and her family out of home, her 164,00$ house seized with seemingly no hope of getting it back.
Her house will be auctioned soon, and she had little time to get approval of a judge just to be able to pay back the amount of taxes she owed to keep her house. She never was able to make the payment, and he had no possible way of recovering what she worked so hard for, even with paying the debt she was forced to accumulate.
No one at all notified her that she owed money to the federal government before it was too late; it was too late from the start, and she is devastated. She received a single letter in the mail that was not sufficient to inform her of the severity of the situation.
A car accident prior to the foreclosure left her with brain damage, and crippling injuries to her arms, wrists, and neck.
“When I paid the taxes in 2012 right there in Richland, no one said, ‘Oh, well you still owe money for 2011,’” Calley said. “So, I didn’t really have a clue. I thought I was right on time.”
“I’ve never been affiliated with any of those banks, ever,” she also said. “To take my $164,000 house over less than $2,000, I would say that’s extremely excessive,” she continued to say.
“If I had a mortgage, a bank never would’ve let that happen. It was a mistake. My life has been turned upside down because of this. I had to send my youngest daughter, who’s still in school, to live with her father so she can have a home, because I don’t know if I have a home anymore.”
Please share this with as many people as possible, as a reminder of what powerful people are doing every day in America; sparing no one.
Profits at the expense of everyone, that is the philosophy of the people in control of these financial systems and housing markets in America.
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