Discussion in 'Israel and Palestine' started by LA RAM FAN, Sep 25, 2012.
US taxpayers paid more to Israeli defense budget than Israelis | Veterans News Now
One of the first things I would do if I were president of the USA is CUT OFF ALL AID TO ISRAEL IMMEDIATELY. And of course to all of the Arab countries as well who combined receive over 3 times the financial aid we send to Israel. If this current trend continues much longer, Israel will be doomed.
Whomever is running this Veterans Today news site can't get enough of saying derogatory things about Israel, but of course the people behind this site close their eyes to the Muslim atrocities happening in the world today. It's a shame we can't throw the poster "9/11 Inside Job" into the cell with one of the planners of 9/11.. He wouldn't be too happy with someone saying it is an inside job when he is proud of what he accomplished, and "9/11 Inside Job" will have to use the ambulance that will be standing by.
Was it ChickeNetanyahoo when asked how 9/11 affected Israel and he said : "Its good for Israel."
The prime example of hypothecation.
Veterans should've known that defence of the US doesn't come cheap, shouldn't they?
Can you provide just one link in which Israel was used in the defense of the USA?
You are a fine example of West Virgini intellectual subordination.
Hypothecation is a common feature of consumer contracts involving mortgages – the borrower legally owns the house, but until the mortgage is paid off the creditor has the right to take possession in the hypothetical case that the borrower fails to keep up with repayments. If a consumer takes out an additional loan secured against the value of his mortgage (approximately the current value of the house minus outstanding repayments) the consumer is then hypothecating the mortgage itself – the creditor can still seize the house but in this case the creditor then becomes responsible for the outstanding mortgage debt. Sometimes consumer goods and business equipment can be bought on credit agreements involving hypothecation – the goods are legally owned by the borrower, but once again the creditor can seize them if required.
 No creditor's duty of care in India
Since under a strict hypothecation, goods remain in the custody of the borrower or third party, who also enjoys the right to deal with them in the ordinary course of business, the hypothecation itself does not normally impose upon the creditor a duty of care over the hypothecated property. Accordingly, a judgment of the Kerala High Court of India held that where hypothecated property was lost and the banker was not aware of the loss otherwise than in the ordinary course of business, the surety was not discharged.
 Hypothecation in the investment markets
When an investor asks a broker to purchase securities on margin, hypothecation can occur in two senses. The purchased assets can be hypothecated, so that if the investor fails to keep up credit repayments the broker can sell some of the securities. The broker can also sell the securities if they drop in value and the investor fails to respond to a margin call. The second sense is that the original deposit the investor puts down for the margin account can itself be in the form of securities rather than a cash deposit, and again the securities belong to the investor but can be sold by the creditor in the case of a default. In both cases, unlike with consumer or business finance, the borrower does not typically have possession of the securities as they will be in accounts controlled by the
: to make an assumption for the sake of argument : hypothesize
The students hypothecated that plants under observation would have different reactions when exposed to artificial light versus natural light.
"'Can someone hypothecate where Scotland and Yorkshire would rank in the medal table?' says Marie Meyer." From the (London) Guardian's Olympics 2012 live blog, August 5, 2012
With a username like yours, how can we not believe what you are saying
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