Jump you fuckers

Such was the outrage at the collapse of Wall Street recently that some indignant citizen (who presumably, lost a great deal of money) posted a hand scrawled sign on Wall Street, exhorting its occupants to do just that. A knee jerk reaction, you would imagine, an oversimplified world-view perpetuated by the moronic media. Nobody could be that stupid or greedy. You would be wrong.

There is always a suspicion that one or two rouge elements in any system could be capable of crossing the line of decency, morality, legality, but surely, you would think, not an entire organisation, not an entire industry? Again, you would be wrong.

Here is a story which beggars belief regarding the sheer greed and stupidity of business leaders who have been entrusted with billions of dollars of other peoples money. It is not a story for the faint hearted. It is not a story for anyone who has managed investment funds and wants to sleep at night.

Here is a sample of the kind of monumental stupidity the article discusses;

In Bakersfield, California, a Mexican strawberry picker with an income of $14,000 and no English was lent every penny he needed to buy a house for $720,000.

Sometimes, fairy stories are not so far off the mark. Read the article here…

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