Western Government failings

May 1, 2009

Tags: Western Governments fail the people

One thing was clear from the London G20 meeting.
The banks and the investors have plundered the people big-time. The British and American governments have renewed their determination to fine the public for disasters occasioned by the politicians and banks. News coverage has attained new heights of euphoria and hyped hope, now redoubled by the presentation of the Iraq pull-outs as a measure of success in a week where over 300 have died in sectarian car-bombings.
Governments continue to act like flesh-flies around the bloated corpses of the banks instead of becoming the real deal - the burying beetle - and finishing them off in
their present form. Businesses die by the hundreds weekly and jobs seep away everywhere. (more…)

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