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Banker Robbers Supreme At The Court Of Contempt

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In an outrageous and disgraceful judgment the supreme court (no more capital “S” or “C” from me) has protected our corrupt banking institutions from the Office Of Fair Trading.  See the full story here.

Stupid Old Fools

The supreme court had the opportunity in one of its first judgments to set itself on the side of the people and justice.  Instead it has shown itself to be on the side of the establishment, the banker robbers and the executive.  If only this would herald the arrival of the tumbrils and guillotine into the streets of London.  Then the bankers and the judges would understand the meaning of injustice as their headless bodies lie in the street and others twitch and dangle from the gallows.

The OFT has been shown to be as toothless and useless as the Data Protection Act and the Information Commissioner.  These institutions are established merely as a sop to public opinion.  The establishment, the banker robbers and the executive have  no interest in justice for the people, only in lining their own pockets and protecting their own interests.  They can lend each other £60 billion or more in secret, deceive the public interest, yet they will not overturn the gross injustice and blatant thievery that are bank charges.

The bankers and the judges molested and buggered each other at Eton and Harrow.  They molested and buggered each other at Oxbridge.  Now incapable, except for a little self-molestation, they are buggering us.  Watch them get away with it as they duck, dive, lie, cheat and bribe their way out of trouble.  It may be difficult to prove the brown envelopes changing hands but what is happening in these judges’ offshore accounts?  We hold you all in the deepest contempt!

Next will come the supreme court overturning Sir Christopher Kelly’s proposal for the reform of MPs’ expenses.  Coming up on the inside is the Iraq Inquiry which will almost certainly see Tony Blair off the hook for lying to Parliament and the people.

It may be difficult to contemplate revolution in the modern age but in 1789 Paris and 1917 Moscow that was their modern age.  The establishment needs to understand that its conduct is unacceptable, that with the gift of the internet and communications technology, the people have far more power. You are walking a tightrope towards your own destruction.

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  1. An ‘institution’ finally has the chance to do something to help ordinary people – and blows it. I think we all know where we stand now… http://jeremyrowe1.wordpress.com/2009/11/25/supreme-court-ruling-hands-banks-another-bail-out/

    Jeremy Rowe

    November 25, 2009 at 4:44 pm

    • Regards to m’Lady…

      Peter Reynolds

      November 25, 2009 at 4:50 pm

  2. I am developing a website to bring together all the one million people waiting for bank charges to be repaid

    Any ideas about how to reach them all?

    simonocorra

    November 25, 2009 at 5:09 pm

    • I’m sure a WordPress blog based site with appropriate tags and headlines should get you lots of hits. You can try posting on other blogs/sites but, learn from my experience, sites like Consumer Action or Which that present themselves as having some altruistiuc motivation are in fact very competitive. They’ll delete anything they see as competition

      Peter Reynolds

      November 26, 2009 at 5:21 pm


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