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    And again you do not understand the basics of banking, like the distinction between financial and customer sides ... the bailout money would have come obviously from our pockets, but the result would have been different. Right now the bailout money is being used globally to inflate the next bubble!!

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    And again, the majority did not dictate this economic rules or had any saying over them. Make the numbers and divide the debt owed, then assign it to each individual on their corresponding countries.

    You know, last time I checked there is such a thing as representative democracy where you pick people to try and enact policies you find important. So for example, if you want tighter banking regulations you either vote for someone who champions that cause or become the person to champion that cause. Are you really that naive?

    Last time I checked none of the major parties brought this as an issue in past elections, and same as with many issues we have to trust our leaders will be responsible and focus on the important issues at hand. Or do you claim any average citizen in any country must have a clear understanding of how the banking/financial system works? We trust our politicians to make the right choices, clearly we were wrong.

    Again, where exactly do you think that money comes from? And how will rendering a few thousand ordinary people, people just like you trying to make ends meet, unemployed solve anything?

    And again you do not understand the basics of banking, like the distinction between financial and customer sides ... the bailout money would have come obviously from our pockets, but the result would have been different. Right now the bailout money is being used globally to inflate the next bubble!!

    But it is not my analysis. I'm merely repeating the consensus amongst the majority of financial and political experts. Unlike you, I know my limitations and am not so vain as to think I know better than people who've worked decades to become experts in their field. I'm merely trying to teach how the world works to those woefully ignorant of reality.

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