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Here, here Tulip. Our glorious leader said today that he was 'angry' with RBS for having taken unacceptable risks so that the taxpayer has to bail them out. Who are these people? Name some names. Doorstep these bastids, stick a camera in their face and demand that they explain themselves. 'The public has a right to know,' should be sufficient justification. After all, we're picking up the bill. And if it's possible to see criminal charges then surely the sight of the fattest of fat cats sitting in the dock should save a great deal of time with introducing pointless legislation. Enforcement has become a joke; let's take a leaf out of Putin's book, nab the richest crook in sight and throw him in the slammer.

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Here, here Tulip. Our glorious leader said today that he was 'angry' with RBS for having taken unacceptable risks so that the taxpayer has to bail them out. Who are these people? Name some names. Doorstep these bastids, stick a camera in their face and demand that they explain themselves. 'The public has a right to know,' should be sufficient justification. After all, we're picking up the bill. And if it's possible to see criminal charges then surely the sight of the fattest of fat cats sitting in the dock should save a great deal of time with introducing pointless legislation. Enforcement has become a joke; let's take a leaf out of Putin's book, nab the richest crook in sight and throw him in the slammer.

I think Brown is seriously underestimating the anger on the streets now.

His comments this morning are just ludicrous.

People often only hide financial information if they know that something dodgy has gone on.

It is about time Mr. Plod began kicking in the doors of these bw ankers at 6AM and taking them away.

It is about time Mr. Plod made some arrests.

It is about time Mr. Plod charged some of these people.

Yes, it is about time the TV cameras began to doorstep the bosses of these banks and grill them so that we all can see their response.

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I think Brown is seriously underestimating the anger on the streets now.

And just wait for the benefit cuts and the cuts in public services.

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Here, here Tulip. Our glorious leader said today that he was 'angry' with RBS for having taken unacceptable risks so that the taxpayer has to bail them out. Who are these people? Name some names. Doorstep these bastids, stick a camera in their face and demand that they explain themselves. 'The public has a right to know,' should be sufficient justification. After all, we're picking up the bill. And if it's possible to see criminal charges then surely the sight of the fattest of fat cats sitting in the dock should save a great deal of time with introducing pointless legislation. Enforcement has become a joke; let's take a leaf out of Putin's book, nab the richest crook in sight and throw him in the slammer.

"This is not the time for blame".

Fair enough. Can we set a date for when it will be?

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Here, here Tulip. Our glorious leader said today that he was 'angry' with RBS for having taken unacceptable risks so that the taxpayer has to bail them out. Who are these people? Name some names. Doorstep these bastids, stick a camera in their face and demand that they explain themselves. 'The public has a right to know,' should be sufficient justification. After all, we're picking up the bill. And if it's possible to see criminal charges then surely the sight of the fattest of fat cats sitting in the dock should save a great deal of time with introducing pointless legislation. Enforcement has become a joke; let's take a leaf out of Putin's book, nab the richest crook in sight and throw him in the slammer.

you'll be lucky.

most of the abusers have left with the bonus payments.

theres nothing left but tellers and people who were not in 'the know'

im beginning to feel this was all one big fraud.

our entire countries wealth for years and years has been stolen by a handful of individuals.

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For some bizarre reason bankrupting the entire country isn't a crime.

Problem is a lot of sun readers would have to go as well, they have played more than their part in bankrupting themselves and the country. Bankers can`t play the game without players?

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I think Brown is seriously underestimating the anger on the streets now.

His comments this morning are just ludicrous.

People often only hide financial information if they know that something dodgy has gone on.

It is about time Mr. Plod began kicking in the doors of these bw ankers at 6AM and taking them away.

It is about time Mr. Plod made some arrests.

It is about time Mr. Plod charged some of these people.

Yes, it is about time the TV cameras began to doorstep the bosses of these banks and grill them so that we all can see their response.

As I said on an earlier post:

In China these b**tards would have been hauled into court at 9.00, convicted at 12.00 and taken out and shot by tea-time. That's what faces fraudsters in the PRC.

Focusses the mind wonderfully at Board meetings!

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you'll be lucky.

most of the abusers have left with the bonus payments.

theres nothing left but tellers and people who were not in 'the know'

im beginning to feel this was all one big fraud.

our entire countries wealth for years and years has been stolen by a handful of individuals.

The last 5 to 10 years have been an illusion supported by Nu-labour enabling a few to get rich at now the taxpayers expense-number one culprit being Gordan brown who took credit for those years. (The economy is fundamentally strong and not based on house inflation and reckless lending)

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On the first day Fred ran RBS and saw it was good

On the second day Fred ran RBS recklessly and saw it was better

On the third day Fred ran RBS into the ground and was quiet about it

On the forth day Sir Fred ran RBS and saw he was bankrupt

On the fith day Gordon ran RBS and saw it was good .... to tie the entire nations finances to the project

On the sith day Gordon ran RBS/the UK and saw it was stuffed

On the seventh day Gordon ran RBS/the UK and saw it was bankrupt

I say we hang the fuknut...

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From the link:

Then there’s Lord Mandelson’s shipmate Oleg Deripaska, the man at the centre of last year’s notorious Corfu caper.

The ex-EU Trade Commissioner is an old pal of Deripaska, who until very recently was among the world’s richest men.

Now Oleg’s in Queer Street, with debts reportedly dwarfing his £20billion fortune.

Something we've not been told? :lol:

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Gordon Brown has the right to be angry:

- These bankers have lent enormous amounts of money to businesses that will never pay a penny back.

- They have bankrupted their businesses.

- Most of them have taken huge sums of money and are going to retire in a life of luxury and leave a huge financial void behind for someone else to deal with.

If someone went and copied all my best ideas I would be angry too.

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Yes but to set the example of throwing them in jail would also mean that our politicians need to suffer the same fate.

Unfortunately it won't happen.

Well, it sounds like time for a revolution. The Tower of London is nicely placed close to both the City and Parliament. It should be able to house quite a few of the guilty players.

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Yes but to set the example of throwing them in jail would also mean that our politicians need to suffer the same fate.

Unfortunately it won't happen.

we should make it happen FF's they need to be taught a lesson for all their fu*k ups.

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our entire countries wealth for years and years has been stolen by a handful of individuals.

I don't see why the 'sir freds' of this world should not be persued to give back some of the money they have in effect defrauded- bonus's paid on the basis of what turn out to be massive losses should be retrived via legal action- and new laws passed if needed to do so. It's bad enought these people have stolen our future, I don't see why they should be allowed to keep the proceeds of their activities.

Salaries, ok- but not bonus payments supposedly based on performance.

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The last 5 to 10 years have been an illusion supported by Nu-labour enabling a few to get rich at now the taxpayers expense

I've been thinking recently about these relatively few UK denizens who have become super rich due to their scallywagerie .

Where have they put their ill gotten gains ?

Stock market down .

Housing markets down in most countries .

Foreign banks taking tumbles .

GBP exchange rate cliff dives .

Then it occured to me that they have the money in the UK .

In UK banks .

And that is why the Treasury guaranteed all deposits over the guarantee limit .

To protect the gains their friends have made .

Excessive Scotch . Sorry .

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Gordon Brown has the right to be angry:

- These bankers have lent enormous amounts of money to businesses that will never pay a penny back.

- They have bankrupted their businesses.

- Most of them have taken huge sums of money and are going to retire in a life of luxury and leave a huge financial void behind for someone else to deal with.

If someone went and copied all my best ideas I would be angry too.

:lol:

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