Forget a Bank Inquiry

Written by j.w.

Thursday, 5 July 2012


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"I Don't Recall"

Moves to have an inquiry into the running of Banks have come up against a brick wall.

When faced by an inquiry no one can remember and no one is to blame. Amnesia in the higher echlons of society is rampant and some believe it is a virus that can be caught by simply knowing that an inquiry is going to take place.

Also the culture of not blaming anyone is being adapted so that the 'no ones' in an organisation can be found to be guilty of all the misdemeanours.

The song 'Who's Sorry Now' has been top of the Hit Parade for most of the year but is being challanged by 'I Love You Barclays' - word on the street is that Barclays is the latest word for Money.

David Cameron felt the need to point out that the Olympics is due soon and summer holidays are near. I a message to his Party be enthused: 'Come on Chaps! Keep the Party going. Everyone will forget about Murdoch, the Banks, Media Moguls, Police Corruption, Europe and the general Fuck Up when we win a few Gold Medals.'

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