posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 02:59 PM
Originally posted by Extralien
reply to post by Citybig
It does kinda send a message saying that there are some out there willing to step up to the plate.
But like I asked above, is there someone higher trying to get rid of the little fish in the tank in order to be one big fish in the entire ocean?
Oh absolutely my friend, a similar situation is playing out here too, only unlike bankers, it's journalists and politicians.
Jeremy Hunt is the secretary of state, and is taking a large portion of the blame in the newspaper hacking affair.
As is Allen Stanford. He is also just a scapegoat, the judges know there are people 50, 100 times more powerful and influential who are far more
involved, but toppling one gives the sheep the impression that they are making changes.
So soon they will resign Jeremy Hunt, and the impression will exist that they are changing, and the masses will buy it, just like Allen Stanford being
What they can't hide is the much bigger fish, people like Ben Bernanke (sp?) in the banking industry, or Rupert Murdoch in the media, who will be
free to continue their immoral activities unchecked.
Makes me absolutely mad