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  • rogerglewis 4:46 pm on August 27, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

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  • rogerglewis 6:49 am on August 7, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

    The houses of parliament that Sty of toadying Stool Pigeons. 

    Most of us Brits associate Argentina with the Falklands War (?) or Aussie Ardilles. This Article on the Argentine debt crisis and analysis of current court rulings regarding bond holder settlements on debt defaults is highly relevant to the directon Cameron and Clegg are driving Britain and the EU is driving most of Europe. Worth a read I’d say, what a truly awful state of affairs in British politics a plague on all their houses I say, especially the houses of parliament that Sty of toadying Stool Pigeons.



    http://ragingbullshit.com/2013/08/06/fresh-from-the-archives-todos-somos-argentinos/


    Chief Stool Pigeon keeper of the stool of the sty most high counsel of the of the City privy.

    In the words of West Ham supporters of old.

    ´´Who’s up? whos’s up? Whose up, The Cities Arse?”

    David Cameron Is , David Cameron is.

    STFU David Cameron.

     
  • rogerglewis 6:44 am on August 7, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

    Fresh From the Archives: Todos Somos Argentinos 

    Raging Bull-shit

    In what Zerohedge has described as “nothing but pure politics between a president (one who generously rewards his backers and bundlers and cracks down on his opponents, such as S&P) and one of his wealthiest republican critics,” it appears that Barack Obama is entertaining the possibility of entering the fray between one of the world’s most ruthless venture capitalists, Paul Singer, and the Argentinean government. And (obviously) for all the wrong reasons — most of important of which is to protect his primary financial backers on Wall Street, including the usual suspects JP Morgan Chase, Citi and Goldman Sachs.

    For all those of you who want to know more about this fascinating tale of one man’s struggle to destroy the eighth largest country in the world (in terms of territory) and how it could, in the very worst case scenario, trigger the mother of all financial maelstroms, here’s a…

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