Save the bankers – day
October 20, 2011
Head of State: Madame, the people want their money…
Europe: Well give them bonds Francois; liberty bonds!
You may ask yourself why many young people are so upset in Europe these days; why they camp out, demonstrate… in Greece, in Spain, in Denmark etc. The staggering sum of 2 billion Euros to save the banks could be one of the reasons.
2.000.000.000.000 (2 billion) Euros
500.000.000 (500 million) plus inhabitants (As of 2008; Wikipedia)
4000 (4 thousand) Euros, in guarantee, per capita – including toddlers and the aged –
to save its bankers from their capital sins.
As European governments call for sacrifice and seek to sign the debt per capita, the ones who are being economically bound into their futures are increasingly upset. It is hard to blame them.
The principle of letting the children carry the burden of the sins of their fathers, the next generation the errors of the previous, is being set in stone as we talk.
While governments have legislated in the past to insure and protect private capital gain, private debt is now being socialized and distributed across society. European citizens are being offered economic chains for a crime they didn’t commit.
When did our democracy begin to reconstruct the social pyramid which it was supposed to demolish?
If the Old Order is back, in different clothes and with a different divinity, our present Mon[ey]archy could be about to breed anarchy.
It is better to repent before the innocent throw stones.