The Undecided Voter Asks, “Is Bank of America stealing little bits of money from millions of voters living paycheck to paycheck who don’t have time or resources to fight back?”
Usury is, the lending of money at exorbitant interest rates; specifically: the crime of charging or contracting to charge an unlawfully high rate of interest.
Essentially, usury is the practice of making unethical or immoral monetary loans that unfairly enrich the lender.
UNITED SLAVES OF AMERICA BANK WITH BANK OF AMERICA.
Some of the earliest known condemnations of usury come from the Vedic texts of India.
BANK OF AMERICA FOREGOES PUBLIC TRUST IN FAVOR OF PROFITS
The three Abrahamic faiths; Judaism, Christianity and Islam, all take a very firm stance in condemning usury, especially when lending to the poor and destitute.
USURY IS SO EVIL, THE THREE BIGGEST RELIGIONS ON EARTH FROWN UPON IT.
In collaboration with single mothers living paycheck to paycheck and elementary schoolchildren, New York born Hispanic artist, Victor-Hugo Vaca II is documenting, in the voice of The Undecided Voter, the story of how Bank Of America handled the case of a customer who did not realize the little known fact that, Bank of America is not only a bank, but also, a debt collector, without a functioning grievance system, for victims of third party error.
After perusing “The Panama Papers”, The Undecided Voter decided to call Bank of America, to inquire about an inexplicably missing ninety-eight cents, from a customer savings account and a $100.00 bank fee made in error and never rectified.
UPON CLOSE INSPECTION, THE MAVERICK ARTISTS SIGNATURE, VICTOR HUGO VACA JR., CAN BE SEEN INSIDE EVERY LETTER OF THE WORD USURY.
The Undecided Voter notices that nearly one year after being reported on May 13, 2015, Bank Of America management and representatives can not offer a clear, concise explanation, in writing, as to what happened to the missing money entrusted to Bank Of America by a customer, represented in the crossover work of modern-art-gonzo-journalism titled, “The Bank Of America Stole My Money Series”, as a single mother, trying to make ends meet in the Age Of Donald Trump And Hillary Clinton.
BANK OF AMERICA STATEMENT USED AS CANVAS TO EDUCATE CHILDREN ABOUT ECONOMICS.
In , “The Bank Of America Stole My Money Series”, Maverick Artist Victor-Hugo Vaca II has created a popular series of paintings using Bank of America statements, subliminally incorporating the names and phone numbers of Bank of America leadership and staff entrusted with customer service.
BANK OF AMERICA STATEMENT, USED TO LET CHILDREN KNOW, THAT GOVERNMENT AND NEWS MEDIA, ARE DOING NOTHING EFFECTIVE, TO PREVENT THEIR PARENTS FROM BEING FLEECED, BY UNREGULATED, BAILED OUT, WALL STREET BANKS.
Nick Nehemas, investigative reporter at the Miami Herald, and his editor are privy to information regarding this general public interest banking business story in a year of election which investigates the question being asked by some constituents; “Is Bank of America stealing little bits of money from millions of voters living paycheck to paycheck who don’t have time or resources to fight back?”
CRUMBLING MIAMI HERALD BUILDING SHOWS IMPOTENCE OF NEWSPAPER’S ABILITY TO INVESTIGATE AND REPORT VITAL INFORMATION FOR SUBSCRIBERS.
The ugly reality of this allegation is being examined in collaboration with single mothers and schoolchildren who have all contributed to the works of modern-art-gonzo-journalism being created in, “The Bank Of America Stole My Money Series”.
IS BANK OF AMERICA SYPHONING SMALL AMOUNTS OF MONEY FROM UNSUSPECTING, OVERBURDENED, CUSTOMERS AND THEIR CHILDREN?
“Bank Of America: Usury” (18×24) 10-31-09 (oil/acrylic)
“BANK OF AMERICA: USURY” BY MAVERICK ARTIST VICTOR-HUGO VACA II.
The Panama Papers revealed what everyone already knows: The current broken banking system favors the 0.01% at the expense of the 99.99%.
DETAIL FROM THE LETTER, “U”, IN THE WORD, “USURY”, FEATURING SUBLIMINAL SIGNATURES IMBEDDED IN EVERY LETTER OF THE WORD.
“Media that answers to the people, is more powerful than media that answers to corporate interests.”, is what the Maverick Artist Victor-Hugo reminds young adults, who are learning to use common sense, outside of school and trust their instincts, over believing everything dictated as truth, by mainstream media news outlets, sponsored by Wall Street behemoths and corrupt political parties.
“Banks do whatever they want, in a system of plantation capitalism, where working people, children and women, do not matter. Why? Because common wealth in the status quo, is determined by the belief that some people, are expendable.”
– MAVERICK ARTIST VICTOR-HUGO VACA II