11 thoughts on “Bankers want still more power

  1. First – thanks you for the award nod, I saw it and apologize for my tardiness – it means a lot coming from you 🙂 Second – this story doesn’t surprise me in the slightest. That’s not to say it doesn’t make me hopping mad – because it does. Not a day goes by that news like this doesn’t rear its ugly head – anyone clinging to fuzzy illusions of reform, accountability or (perish the thought) consequences, needs to take their head out of the sand. The system is so far gone and bloated – waiting for politicians to implement change is laughable.


    • Your award is well deserved 😉 And most people, including me, are a bit late sometimes 🙂

      Indeed, mild paper “reforms” are hardly enough when dealing with people like the HSBC bosses.


  2. Bankers, financiers, are suffering the Mike Jagger syndrome, they need to have a audience to validate their existence, the lyrics of the Stones may sum up the problem with those who how ever much they have, I refer to, “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction”.money is the least understood commodity in terms of a drug, the knee jerk of having drugs such as hashish, and so on is deplorable, the constant thirst for money of those who have no compunction to thieve, over come all sense of conscience, death, destruction in the name of profit, from say war and so, is mind boggling.
    The normality of living in a culture whereby military is the settlement of conflict as opposed to reason, is endemic.
    The worst aspect of human beings is their stupidity of having the inability of not knowing or learning through experience, after two major wars in the last century, wars since the those times are alive and well, we still have our critics who are marking papers as to correct English. grammar, how is this so? the perfection of language is so much more important than the destruction of cultures, people, and infrastructure, Why?


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