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Bank Stress Test Joke

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mind you that french woman was on newsnight to tell us all that its contained so it must be ok

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This post will outline the second bank stress test joke of the day with the first one detailed in “European Bank Investors, Don’t Look Now – You’ve Been Hoodwinked, BamBoozled…“. According to the MSM news outlets, Germany’s PostBank, along with practically every other German bank except clearly insolvent and near defunct HyPo have passed the stress tests. So have French top banks, Portuguese, Italian, Finnish and Swedish banks. What? You’re not laughing yet? You know how we feel about the Spanish banks, so I will not go there right now (but will leave a trail of links at the bottom of this post for the uninitiated). What we are going to do now is focus on the farce that is passing Germany’s Post Bank, a clearly insolvent (1.4x over insolvent) institution whose only potential (and that’s just a potential) saving grace is the possibility of a forced takeover by a larger bank.

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Please post punch-line, as hinted at in title! :blink:

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There was a Frenchman a German and Spaniard in a plane over Europe.

The plane was on fire and hurtling towards the ground.

The Frenchman says 'Don't worry, it's contained'. His colleagues agree.

Then they all die.

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There was a Frenchman a German and Spaniard in a plane over Europe.

The plane was on fire and hurtling towards the ground.

The Frenchman says 'Don't worry, it's contained'. His colleagues agree.

Then they all die.

There was a Keynsian and an austrian on a plane.

They are short of fuel and losing height.

The Keynsian says "let's turn on the reserve fuel supply and we can land at the next airport to refuel".

The Austrian says "let it crash, we'll all be better off in the long run".

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From what I understand by the stress test is that a mere 0.4% GDP contraction will bankrupt the banks :unsure:

But that's obviously the very worst case scenario and will never ever happen :unsure:

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oh the irony.

and the media is filled with "good news" I've been grinned at by few people, the sort of see you were wrong, economy is sorted now! we are saved, road to recovery, coz zionist media is telling them & they never lie!

FYI: SKY, BBC, CNN etc.... most of MSM is controled by "them" check your facts, truth is out there.

fools!

only if they knew!!! whats round the corner.

only if!

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There was a Keynsian and an austrian on a plane.

They are short of fuel and losing height.

The Keynsian says "let's turn on the reserve fuel supply and we can land at the next airport to refuel".

The Austrian says "let it crash, we'll all be better off in the long run".

nice try.

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Keynesian and an Austrian on a plane short of fuel and losing height.

Austrian says lets fly as economically as possible to the next airport and not try to fly so far on a single tank again.

keynesian says 'nah, let's just press on and pretend everything's OK'

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nice try.

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Keynesian and an Austrian on a plane short of fuel and losing height.

Austrian says lets fly as economically as possible to the next airport and not try to fly so far on a single tank again.

keynesian says 'nah, let's just press on and pretend everything's OK'

or even

The Austrian understands aerodynamics and lives.

The Keynesian doesn't.

Unfortunately the Keynesian is carrying more passengers.

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There was a Keynsian and an austrian on a plane.

They are short of fuel and losing height.

The Keynsian says "let's turn on the reserve fuel supply and we can land at the next airport to refuel".

The Austrian says "let it crash, we'll all be better off in the long run".

the austrian checked that they would have enough fuel for the journey before they set off

the keynesian didnt care after all in the long run were all dead anyway

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