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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Cbc's the The Lang and O’Leary Exchange mades internet news for the wrong reason.

Probably the most idiotic thing a representative of the 1% could ever say...
But, not surprising.
O`Leary...
Greed is the problem, not the solution.
A society which has such greedy and out of touch people cannot survive...
I'm ashamed to live in the same country as this guy.

Attorney General Eric Holder admits that the biggest banks are not just too big too fail, but above the law.

As long as there has been an organized governments, there has been greed and corruption in the top elite.. In the past they where called kings and queens, barons-ness, dukes, duchesses and so on, they controlled and grabbed as much riches as they could to spend on their aggressive wars, even the total annihilation of some nations(first nations of the americas comes to mind) and people because they considered them inferior, not to mention their personal wealth been more important than feeding their own people.

I guess the questions is...what has changed when you listen and read the links above...
To actually say banks are to big to fail is inviting greed and corruption, at the expenses of the people who provide them with these riches. To put them ahead of the people is to invite the fall of said nation.

No one is more important than the next in a "true democracy". One doesn't have to go far to see what is really going on, governments regulate their own salaries and raises, without asking the people is they agree, not to mention, you get elected and within 5 to 6 years you have made over a million dollars...
Keeping in mind most of them are well off to begin with and are rewarded with a pension that would choke a horse with only a few years service...
In the mean time, children go to school hungry, families are getting poorer, and the Elders have to choose between food or their medicines....
I have nothing against making money, but without a balance, or been held to account for what one does out of greed, democracy and free enterprise is just a token reward from the elite, just don't make waves?
We all want to achieve some degree of wealth, but when you read the crap they are throwing out there, (to big to fail) passing us for idiots, it goes to show, the odds of the rest of us getting the piece of the pie is, shall we say, extremely difficult when they try so hard to take so much leaving us with scraps from their table.

This type of extreme greed does not stop at the upper echelon of power, as we seen, it trickles down to the bureaucracy and social programs where the power, personal idealism and financial gains is more important than the reason they exist, which is to help people in the first place.
Personally I have no faith in the continuation of such a system, what I have experienced in the past years, was something no one should go through and there should have been a way to make sure such corruption against my family for financial gains, vendettas and revenge never happened or a way to counter such behaviour. As in a way to make them accountable for what they did and tried to do....
Though some listened, and even tried to help, it was like going in a circle, there was always someone willing to defend corrupt behaviour and when that happens it gets even worse and infect the whole system in the long run, the only way to put out what they did, what they represent, was to open this web site...
There is always a way, I found this was mine, but not all are capable of fighting such entrenched greed and power, and that is the elites best defence, make it so complaining is so hard that eventually one has to give up...

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