|Homhs and Greece 3">here and here). This happened while Papademos was in charge - but don't expect a 'mea culpa'.
Like Hester and Blank, Papademos has been rewarded for failure and is respectfully referred to as an authority figure.
When Mr Blank says: 'At a time when the elastic connecting the wealthy and the poor is stretching to snapping point, the corporate world ignores festering social tensions at its peril' he exposes the real purpose of his comment. Fear.
But even as the distant sound of pitch-forks being sharpened permeates his awareness, he cannot escape the bankers emotionally crippling mind-set.
He suggests tax-relief for corporations and 'tax incentives to the rich to donate art and other assets during their lifetimes'!
So once again the public pick up the tab as more wealth is ratchetted towards the soulless homunculi directing the psychopathic corporations that dominate our world.
Now, where did I put that pitch-fork?
Posted by Nicholas Moore 11:45:48 am