|LETTERS FROM LONDON
|1. WHAT'S YOURS IS MINE:
Watching the documentary Inside Job by Charles Ferguson the audience gets
to see a few of the evil world-economy-controlling-higher-echelon up close and
personal. Matt Damon leads us through the scheme that lays out why we are all
poor and suffering and the rich are even richer and more powerful after the
2008 banking mess they created while we were collectively hypnotised by the
It’s nothing really new. We know the story, but the complicity is close to
shocking. They are all in it together. Harvard and Columbia professors and
professional liars on the take. So much for philosophical ethics via academia.
Economists, government appointees, professors, bankers, traders, prostitutes,
drug dealers; the usual suspects bonding - as it were.
The audience gets to enthusiastically take pleasure in detesting the duplicitous
Frederic Mishkin, professor at Columbia Business School and the dean, the
nasty Glenn Hubbard. Most of the billionaires at our expense refused to
participate in the film. Greenspan, who should clearly be tied to a stake on an
ant hill in the blazing sun – if we were to be charitable – Summers, Paulson
seminal in the banking stratagem.
Nice visuals, succinct, creepy, enraging, at times amusing when watching the
charmless bastards mumbling and stammering while delivering absurd
rationales. You’d have thought they would have rehearsed a bit and god knows,
they are so used to lying, why the stumbling....
I saw it in Notting Hill where the audience applauded at the end. Presumably the
bankers have now moved on to Kensington.
Feel better. Go to www.robinhoodtax.co.uk:“YOU’RE PART OF THE WORLD’S
GREATEST BANK JOB”.
|REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL