He was a rascal, of course, and I'm not advocating stealing from the rich and giving ill gotten gains to the poor. But it's sort of hard to swallow when the rich seem to steal from the poor, and it's just an ongoing thing in life.
For the past few days I've been mulling over whether keeping my paltry investments and money presently in the bank might be better off under my Sealy Posturepedic mattress. I feel like I’m a modern-day Daniel in the lions den.
As you walked innocently up to the teller a star would appear on their computer screen, suggesting they should sell specific services to you. If they didn't sell, they were at risk of losing their jobs.
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Finally one worker cracked under the pressure of not serving customers ethically and went public, spilling the beans. That led the way for another thousand or so from the same and other banks to tell their same stories in confidence.
These banks are the ones who triumphantly crow about their astounding profits every year, as their customers wrestle with day to day living and us with a dollar that's starting to look like a northern peso.
Where and when will a new Robin Hood step up to help us? It's a safe bet that person won’t be a banker or a politician. And it’s a pretty sure thing your big banks are doing this too. Money rules.