THE ONGOING FINANCIAL CRISIS – WHO IS CONTROLLING WHAT?
We are again involved in some kind of financial trouble even before the first crisis was finished. It may be difficult just to follow the ”quick–steps” day by day in the overcooked financial universe of stocks, currencies and interest rates.
Investors and private stock- and property speculators have done enough harm to the entire world already, and the cool-hearted tendency seem to continue now where those people even tried to speculate in the EURO in the hope the currency would collapse completely.
It should be quite obvious seen from my eye high, that the world needs a new world order including all aspects of climate, environment, humanity and financial issues. The last climate conference in Copenhagen was a clear proof, that whenever financial issues are involved on the agenda any kind of united goals towards a better world is falling down like a card house.
We have again seen, that corruption may involve disasters to millions of people and the case in Greece is not exceptional, but one out of many elsewhere in the world. Millions of people in the world are working either free or professional for survival of this planet, whilst a few may be sitting just to benefit from our lack of knowledge in the financial universe. Whenever the human race is under pressure the reactions might be different individually, but the distance between fairness and the primitive instinct will be very small and the weakness of normal public spirit will in some cases drop to zero.
There are too many “primitive” working in the financial sector – the so called sub-crisis in the US was indeed a proof of speculating in the real estate business, but under false conditions. The previous government in Greece might have had a great party for a period giving the world false information about the economy, and a heavy burden must be paid by the Greek population now when the country is close to a financial disaster.
Progress is not only limited to the developing countries anymore, but the entire world to clean up a wilderness of many issues and some of the first steps should be a forcible remove of corrupted politicians and financial infected brokers.
The serious working people in the financial sector will hopefully say that “enough is enough” now and in the future and refer the “primitive” to another kind of work by excluding those from the circles in all aspects of financial work.
Have a wonderful time despite the present situation and stay tuned for better times, but it cannot be solved by a few persons only – our entire contribution to avoid future disasters must be carried out in a united attempt towards any kind of bad elements.
Kurt Lykke Lindved