A man in Grimsby’s Town Centre stands on a soap box and shouts: “Who’s going to bailout the ordinary citizen? With the banking industry getting vast bailouts so that the high class escorts, champagne and coke does not run out, the question is still relevant today as the bank-created recessions are still going on. Where is the voice of the common man?”
There are disheartened voices all over the world but none more so than in this grim Northern English town, which rarely sees any sunlight let alone hope.
“The banks created the recession with a credit crunch, and then they were bailed out by the taxpayer. I’m fed up of it all. Why don’t we get bailouts? Why can’t I go to my bank manager and ask for a bailout? Why is the tax that I pay after I break my back every day working a gruelling job going to a banker so he can slip the cash into a stripper’s pair of tights on a pole dance stage? These are questions I want to ask,” Niall Elsingham, a factory worker from Grimsby, Lincolnshire told local news outlets.
Since 2008, the world’s economy has been under constant attack. Will there be any respite soon from the constant onslaught? If not, then there could be mass civil unrest, but maybe that is what the elite want to happen.