28 October 2010

Exploiting misery

Bankers come across as undeserving. They make their profit not from productive work but by what looks like the exploitation of the misery of others. Bankers feel like gougers who wait for moments of misfortune in order to take advantage of them. Rather than joining in and helping others in times of need, the banker turns another’s distress into an opportunity for a market transaction. 
Rather than engaging in the equity of the matter, the banker engages in debt. 

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