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Would you take a 50% loss on your house to save a banker's life?

25.04.2014 14:51

Why so many banker suicides?Zerohedge reports that suicide-banker no. 14, a 52-year-old banker at France's Bred-Banque-Populaire, died after jumping from the 14th floor of the bank's Paris headquarters.

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Serf 27.07.2014 00:08

Fat cat bankers are never obese they just suffer from quantitative easing especially around their waistlines. Unfortunately the planet is run by bankers. Rothschild banking family is estimated to be worth £500 trillion owning half the world's wealth. The Rothschild's own the Bank of England and the US Federal Reserve. Rothschild banking family created and are responsible for Zionism and Israel and control US and Western World's governments and policies. The British Queen is the world's largest landowner with 6,600 million acre as of land valued at 2007 rates at £17.6 trillion, ûber rich are rich beyond avarice.

 

worm hole 18.05.2014 09:35

No, no way.

Banker s jumping from the window? Hallucinations? Lead poisoning?

google: COSMOS: A SPACETIME ODYSSEY : The Clean Room

 

Arthur Raiskio 13.05.2014 08:11

Tony Blair 11.05.2014 12:54

I would only accept a 50% loss on my house if at least 10 bankers jumped.

  


I agree but would have to be 50, 1 for each %

 

dan.w 12.05.2014 12:55

mergon 08.05.2014 11:52

Hi Max why dont you look at the price of shares for companies and hedge funds that deal in shares for water companies ,because water is the new oil with the way its going ,i like about 3 hot baths a week im in the UK so even at Brent crude prices it going to cost me £291 a week !

Good show people keep it coming !

  


a nd i live in scotland we have excellent water and a huge amount of it so we need to get independence before the corrupt english start trying to sell it off.

 

Tony Blair 11.05.2014 12:54

I would only accept a 50% loss on my house if at least 10 bankers jumped.

 

Freesaxon 11.05.2014 09:57

Although I add ... the bankers that are doing the jumping at least feel guilt and shame ( one might think )

Its the ones that DONT jump that are the problem

 

Freesaxon 11.05.2014 09:53

Would you take a 50% loss on your house to save a banker's life?

errr NO

 

mergon 08.05.2014 11:52

Hi Max why dont you look at the price of shares for companies and hedge funds that deal in shares for water companies ,because water is the new oil with the way its going ,i like about 3 hot baths a week im in the UK so even at Brent crude prices it going to cost me £291 a week !

Good show people keep it coming !

 

mergon 08.05.2014 11:46

Barclays bank sacking thousands you just know that are getting people to use those machines for all of their banking ,which for some is fine ,if you are of the chip kid generation ,they are doing phone apps ,if you are an old gummer like me you got more sense that to bank on a phone, and machines are ok until the phone lines go down then you cattle trucked .

Next thing is they will bring in new machines like the computer from 2001 a space oddity like hello Dave i cant allow you to withdraw amount ,we have had a bad day at the bank !

 

mergon 08.05.2014 11:38

How does that song from easy rider = i would cut them as they as they stand ,shoot em as that are running and i would kill them with my bible and raise the rents !

I rest my case !

 

Patricia Canon 08.05.2014 08:40

Max, your articles are terrific, so accurate and funny. Big fan here. I have to ask the question: are these suicides actually suicides? About a decade or so ago, suddenly the world's leading microbiologists, began to die in mysterious unsolved murders and bizarre "suicides" . Few believed these deaths to be unrelated or coincidental. Could the US government want these bankers taken out for some reason? Could their inside knowledge have become dangerous to our leaders? Just a thought.

 

mergon 02.05.2014 11:51

Barclays Bank Poole high street,UK only 2 counter staff at all times there are big queues every day they have staff well one person going down the queue asking people to use the machines instead of the counter staff ,other branches have been shut down ,how many branches have been sold off we will never know .
perhaps some one needs to look into this ,they dare not do a customer survey ,and a lot of people have left Barclays and found other banks that have nmore than 2 staff on the counter !

 

mergon 02.05.2014 11:43

You just have to wonder in all of this why it happened all over the world at the same time , why all of the countries involved decided to take the Public,s money to bail out these wreckers of society ?
And yet the government had the gaul to say we are all in this together while they were filling their off shore bank accounts with our money .
How many know that these people only have stay in the job for 20 years to get an inflation proof pension and a tax free golden hand shake ,or that everything they touch look at or use is paid for out of expenses ,they dont have bills like us because they got us to pay for them!

 

mergon 27.04.2014 10:43

Jewish run banks have bought us to where we are today

BROKE !

 

mergon 27.04.2014 10:40

My question would have been would you take a 50% loss on your house to kill a banker ?

Believe me that would be a long queue !

 

Delete This Comment 27.04.2014 07:20

It would be better for all the bankers to commit suicide than for anyone to take a 50% cut on the value of their house.

Most people cash out their house for their retirement, so instead of losing a lifetime of savings and their future; the bankers should all die instead.

 

Patrick Holt 26.04.2014 05:08

The second to last line needs the word "avoid" between "or" and "taking", since it contradicts the title. The other factor in the suicidal tendencies must be the realisation of being surrounded by bullying, conscienceless sociopaths and their relentless pressure for ever more immoral dealing.

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