Apparently, Parallel Foreclosures is a banking process by which banks start foreclosure papers on your home from the moment you voluntarily come in to ask for a home loan modification.
It appears the good guy bad guy bankers will look the homeowner in the eye as the homeowner attempts to civilly negotiate a home loan modification solution even as the another set of banksters, the robo banksters, are secretly loading up their foreclosure machine gun to remove the homeowner from their home via a foreclosure, auction, and eviction.
Even if the homeowner is good faith complying, the robo banksters may have already started loading their foreclosure bullets anyways by a process known as parallel foreclosures.
Could the video above be the training film the robo banksters are using to take a home from the homeowner who was simply asking for a home loan modification? In the Robo Bankster world, compliance doesn't mean what it used to, as the video demonstrates.
You can see a longer version of the video clip above, directly below.
Mr. Kenny, the person in the video clip who complies by dropping his "weapon" (also known as a home loan modification for our purposes), reminds me of a homeowner that has asked for a homeloan modification.
The robocop is the foreclosure robot specialist, also known as the robo bankster with the machine gun arms.
The gentleman who advises Mr. Kenny to "drop his weapon" (the home loan modification application), is the home loan modification specialist advising Mr. Kenny on the right way to comply.
See what happens when Mr. Kenny "complies" (spoof alert, this is just a spoof based on a famous movie called robo cop that was made in the late 80's).
Don't forget, the Cat Who Ate Chase Bank Book, coming in early 2010.