Tuesday, July 3, 2012

we play with your money for no other reason than to enrich ourselves. when it comes to your money, we are not objective


time and again you get the obvious signals, but the system plays its ponderous mantra: capitalism plays by the rules. america is the richest country on earth. with the next president, the economy will improve. don't panic we've been there before. work hard, spend, don't ask questions.  

soon, you stop paying attention to the dirty dealing & politicking. you don't listen to economists, scholars & social activists' call on the danger of our increasing social disparity. you don't really believe that this obscene concentration of power will choke our future growth. 

just listen to this anonymous voice. this is the voice of truth that speaks from within the beast's self:
“I was selling JPMorgan funds that often had weak performance records, and I was doing it for no other reason than to enrich the firm,” said Geoffrey Tomes, who left JPMorgan last year and is now an adviser at Urso Investment Management. “I couldn’t call myself objective.”-- a fund researcher working for J.P. Morgan
this is wall street's impervious message. clear as a bell:

1- we play with your money for no other reason than to enrich ourselves
2- when it comes to your money, we are not objective

a solid brick in your face,

do you see it now?


The Mike said...

"Calgon, take me away!"

Anonymous said...

No, we don't see it and will not see it until it destroys us. It's called self-destruction.

Feminista said...

The tsunami is coming. All we could do is walk to the beach to see it land ashore.

Alfredo said...

I'll tell you what is worst than the pinnacle of this wealth accumulation....it could go on forever. Just look at our neighbors south of the border.
Kind of makes you wonder what that line from 'Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory' meant when Gene Wilder says "..you know what happened to the man that got everything he ever wanted ? ....he lived happily ever after" and how can you argue with 'happy' people up on the hill.

Jose Carvajal said...

What a short masterpiece to describe our current situation!!!