Markets suffering from a tide of ‘ethical drift’, rather than out and out criminality?

Zero Hedge points out that the Bank of England may have just admitted that markets are not real (and thus are FAKE!). Well I agree, but they missed one vital thing in the BOE’s website blurb. ‘Ethical drift.’ (Link)

ethical drift“In order for markets to regain their social license [in other words the tacit approval of the population], it is vital that public authorities and private market participants work together to reverse the tide of ethical drift.’ (source)

They haven’t, clearly, committed crimes, actual or moral, no they’ve just suffered from ‘ethical drift.’

Regulation hasn’t prevented this, the general disgust of the populace hasn’t prevented this, and any internal conscience they ought to have has also not prevented this. Oh no! They’ve just drifted.

It’s right up there with being ‘economical with the truth’ – that phrase was a direct quote from Robert Armstrong, UK Cabinet Secretary, and here’s the exchange where he was questioned by Malcolm Turnbull in 1986

Q: So that letter contains a lie, does it not?
A: It contains a misleading impression in that respect.
Q: Which you knew to be misleading at the time you made it?
A: Of course.
Q: So it contains a lie?
A: It is a misleading impression, it does not contain a lie, I don’t think.
Q: What is the difference between a misleading impression and a lie?
A: You are as good at English as I am.
Q: I am just trying to understand.
A: A lie is a straight untruth.
Q: What is a misleading impression – a sort of bent untruth?
A: As one person said, it is perhaps being economical with the truth.

Well, ‘ethical drift’ is a great phrase, let’s make sure they never forget this one – I don’t think that the behaviour of Rothschild and his minions can be referred to as ‘ethical drift’ – they have played a long game to win all the value in everything. They have printed fake money and purchased real assets with it. They should be banned from ever working in any organisation ever again, electronically tagged and dumped in a council estate on unemployment benefits. That would be a much cheaper alternative than prosecuting and jailing them – jail is expensive.

The scum that floats on our society is covering every inch – it is having a darkening effect on the once pure waters below. Those of us below, these days, are far more likely to join in with the unethical behaviour we see modelled for us by those on high – we have become resentful of any sense of duty to the country we once might have had – this is a real shame. We have been lead astray by those who the elites have put in charge.

One last thing – when they bring out WWIII to resolve (distract from) the coming crisis – don’t join in. Refuse to send your sons and daughters to fight. Become a conscientious objector. Refuse to fight. Do not give your life for the Rothschild cabal.

God Bless you

Lis

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