2008 Crisis = Good Ole Days!
2011 isn’t more special than any other date in the calendar though some would have us believe that biblical and apocalyptic outcomes are just around the corner. Yes, the Mayans took a stab at timekeeping and their model sputters out in a few months but that doesn’t necessarily spell doom and destruction, unless you’re in the realm of the bankers. Bloomberg’s report of 40k plus jobs lost so far in the industry throughout the EU astutely verifies the plunderers for hire brigade has finally gorged itself to death.
Like their ancient counterparts in olde Egypt, this plague of locusts devoured the crops of endeavour with feverish relish while quite oblivious to the fact that their banquet might at any minute become a Last Supper. Many will be crucified figuratively and some literally before the Anunaki return to dispute DNA patent claims and rights of ownership over humanity. Some say Comet Elenin will somehow visibly elevate the consciousness of everyone on planet earth but most are awake already, they’ve pretty much figured out source of their woes and the name of the banking game; “Fraud!”
“It’s a bloodbath, and I expect things to get worse before they get better,” said Jonathan Evans, chairman of executive- search firm Sammons Associates in London. “I cannot see a lot of those who have lost their jobs getting re-employed. Regardless of how good someone is, no one wants to talk about hiring. Life will be very difficult for two or three years.”