Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Srdja Trifkovic on J.P. Morgan

"The latest spectacle of disgusting posthuman monsters in expensive suits squandering other people’s billions—while displaying nothing but studied contempt for hoi polloi whose blood is their sustenance—is sickening and infuriating" — Should Speculative Bankers Be Put to Death?

Read, however, why this "all too understandable sentiment is essentially the same as that of the Red Commissars of 1917 and their heirs everywhere. As Dostoyevsky understood decades before Lenin, it is dangerous; understandable; but not justified."

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Blogger Francis-Xavier said...

I think everyone who immigrates to the US without changing his or her unpronounceable name should be executed for their crimes against fashion.

On a more serious note, this sort of thinking about who should be executed is an Eastern and Southeastern European speciality. Yikes!

May 17, 2012 at 6:48 AM  

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