Tuesday, 17 July 2012


        The ordinary punter knows that the entire financial system is no more than a private fiddlers club, a very lucrative scam only open to those and such as those. The continual "shock, horror" by our political class of "Honourable Members", at each of the many revelations of blatant corruption, just re-affirms their complicity. The financial system stinks to high heavens and the political class are part and parcel of that smell. After all most of those sitting in those marble halls of the Westminster Houses of Hypocrisy and Corruption are millionaires and they them selves will have some of their ill-gotten gains swilling around in that very lucrative slush pot of the financial world, and no doubt will have "connections" to the top of the fiddlers club. They are all doing very well from the corruption and fraud. It is you and I that take the hit.

A quote from a more detailed article by Naomi Wolf:
It is very hard, looking at the elaborate edifices of fraud that are emerging across the financial system, to ignore the possibility that this kind of silence – "the willingness to not rock the boat" – is simply rewarded by promotion to ever higher positions, ever greater authority. If you learn that rate-rigging and regulatory failures are systemic, but stay quiet, well, perhaps you have shown that you are genuinely reliable and deserve membership of the club.

Her Heading:
        "The media's 'bad apple' thesis no longer works. We're seeing systemic corruption in banking – and systemic collusion." is the only conclusion available. But then again we always new that.

Read the full article HERE:

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