[ExI] Financial Crisis - What really happened
jrd1415 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 20 15:45:30 UTC 2010
I have come to the conclusion that the "investment bankers" and other
such "money game" professionals study up on all the aspects of the
financial regulatory system and then ruthlessly "game" the system.
Essentially, they analyze the maze of regulations until they find a
way around them, that is, a legal way to "steal". They push that to
the limit and beyond. Then boom goes bust, the worst of the
offenders, those who, in their enthusiasm crossed the line of
legality, get arrested, politicians and pundits flap their respective
pie holes til interest fades, and then it starts all over again.
At the nexus of capitalism and human nature, the bigger the money
pile, the more uncontrollable the greed.
Best, Jeff Davis
"It is as morally bad not to care whether
a thing is true or not, so long as it
makes you feel good, as it is not to
care how you got your money as long
as you have got it."
-Edmund Way Teale,
"Circle of the Seasons"
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