The 38 largest financial institutions on Wall Street will pay out a total of $145.85 billion in compensation for 2009, an 18 percent increase over 2008 and “slightly more than in the record year of 2007,” theWall Street Journal reports.

The UN launched an emergency appeal for $550m (£338m) yesterday amid an outpouring of worldwide generosity towards victims of the Haiti earthquake.

If the obscenely wealthy will not voluntarily fund relief needs then I believe it is morally imperative and justifiable to take it from them by force.

PS. And it would count as self defence for us and Haiti as the avatars of Capital are already unsheathing their Shock Doctrine.


4 Responses to “Simples”

  1. RickB Says:

    And of course hugely unbiased and totally scientific! The larger point is also their wealth is based upon a system that created the poverty in Haiti and will continue to do so unless we stop them.

  2. libhomo Says:

    The $145 billion figure is staggering.

  3. RickB Says:

    And globally it is a bit more too in total.

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