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Old 01-03-2017, 10:18 AM   #1
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Spain Prosecutes 65 Corrupt Bankers

After the 2008 financial crisis, millions of people lost their jobs and their homes. Entire industries were devastated, and many countries came close to collapse.

And yet, the politicians and bankers who created the crisis emerged unscathed. In fact, many of them got even richer and more powerful at the expense of everyone else.

Think about it: How many bankers or politicians were jailed or punished for almost destroying the world economy?

They were protected by the corrupt globalist system – a system that only looks out for those in the elite club – while leaving the rest of us to struggle with the consequences of their failures.

However, as people around the world wake up to the corruption of the globalists, it seems there are a few initial efforts to hold them accountable.

Spain is one example of that.

Rodrigo Rato, former head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), has been sentenced to 4.5 years in jail for embezzlement from two banks he led in the past – Bankia & Caja Madrid.
https://www.spencerfernando.com/2017...rrupt-bankers/
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Old 01-03-2017, 12:15 PM   #2
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The balance tips a tiny bit the other way...



https://www.spencerfernando.com/2017...rrupt-bankers/
Thanks for that Oneriver.

Many Spaniards, Greeks and others including Brits have suffered real hardship because of the grand theft in 2008.

It wasn't a recession it was a robbery, a transfer of wealth from normal working people to the banking oligarchs

I wish people would focus their comments about this crime because it's old news in the MSM.

A photographer covered the despair of Spanish people being evicted from their homes, when they lost their jobs. State Police enforcement for the rentiers and banks made them leave their homes.

These Photos Show the Reality of Spain's Housing Crisis

"In Spain, few sights are more universally terrifying than that of police through an apartment door peephole. “They’ll come at dawn. They’ll cordon off the area two blocks around the house. And if the residents don’t open the door, they’ll break it down,” says photographer Andres Kudacki."



http://time.com/4007349/spain-evictions-housing-crisis/

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Old 01-03-2017, 12:28 PM   #3
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shouldn't the title be spain scapegoats 65 bankers?

the ones actually responsible are laughing...all the way from the bank. and not just in spain.

and dont get me started on iceland.
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shouldn't the title be spain scapegoats 65 bankers?

the ones actually responsible are laughing...all the way from the bank. and not just in spain.

and dont get me started on iceland.
It's a start, no?

Can you please name the ones actually responsible?
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It's a start, no?

Can you please name the ones actually responsible?
well thats the thing isnt it? can we name the ones responsible? its funny how its never the heads of these corporate bodies, dont you think? its a start...and its an end. just like the flunkies that got the sack at goldmann...the ones responsible? well, you can go right on past the heads of those corporate bodies, who are responsible as well, to the think tanks and all the rest...and even the share holders. all these people are responsible. getting murky isn't it? so we'll just have to make do with the start and that will be the end of it. just watch. it never changes.
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and then theres the politicians who help create the environment for it all to happen...i can go on. the system clean itself? i dont think so.

edit: dont get me wrong, i like watching bankers go to jail. i just know that it is and always will be a limited response to appease the public. nothing will change until the people demand real change and governments will act predictably. it will get nasty. empires dont crumble without violence. and even then what takes its place is just another power grubbing bunch of humanity.

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Prosecuting 65 bankers is a good start.
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Prosecuting 65 bankers is a good start.
and its the finish. just like goldmann sachs. scapegoats hung out to dry.
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