Brexit's financial fall out explained in brief is the monkey lost his stash out of his jungle nest and let out a moan fit to get everybody's teeth grinding.
It is unfortunate, of course, when the clientele suddenly disappears and all that potential for new and better income leads to the current billions of dollars lost to the coming world economy and speculations thereof.
Sadness rains down the perfumed cheeks of sundry investors, and some recall how in such times in the 1920's wealthy persons leaped out of tall New York buildings.
Of course, their lawyers are hotly in pursuit at twenty hour workdays and evenings, accompanied by glass after glass, and the maneuvering of language and font size into hieroglyphicalese and the typhus of legal vernacular.
Too big to fail is now holy script in construction of political manifestoes and commerce agreements.
Presidents and Prime Ministers devote themselves at lonely times in the night to this dictum's applications.
Certainly the question of responsibility, which may also be understood as response ability, has been settled as not pertinent to any financial industry.
In short, the response ability of the financial industry and its attending governments is zero.
Empire builders do not falter at the wheel or pause for mosquitoes on the windshield. Their minds are always busy.
Let us inscribe more holy script, honored through the centuries, as with let them suffer in their own dust, lest we higher worthies be taken backwards, even as much as a farthing.
If anyone knows austerity and how to apply measures of it with the vitriol and dedication of a Shylock, it is certainly we princes of the coin.
Not least, honors and ceremonies are under construction to the financial establishment of empire and its militaries.
These honors are not so much to cover the embarrassment of an exit here and there upcoming, but as, finally, recognition of how to run the globe in the best interests of plutocracy.