Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Rothschild: Need to save "The System" BBC


Rothschild: Need to save "The System" BBC

From Oct 2. Crawling out the woodwork, a rare appearance from a Rothschild (Red Shield, Rotten Child :p) pushing for the bailout to happen. Look at that wonderful downward arrow Devil's Tail followed by Isis. They even have the nerve to use the word "ethics". Rothschild apparently not used to the limelight eh! "Mommy I want to go home!" That's a big desk isn't mr. Rothschild? The reporter couldn't help but chuckle at it lol "not so clever now eh boss?" :p

1 comment:

imagicalgreek said...

Blame the US (not that the gov't and all those greedy lobbyists don't deserve it), criticize the system (again cite the US, even though London calls itself the financial center of the world and he himself obviously has something to do with it) and then call for gov't fatcats to get paid even more. Then walk out, since he's a 'Lord' and all. Cute. Scum.

And with all that money, can't this guy even dress himself? His tie is too tight and crooked (like the rest of him, I suppose), it's literally cutting into his neck (though I suppose it would make a handy noose, lol). And it doesn't match, or even look jaunty...Is he colorblind? Is he suddenly so poor he laid off his valet? He also looks like he's in pain through the whole three minutes. But wait, I forgot, he's had to 'lower' himself to 'explain' all this to the 'peasantry'...

I noticed the arrow too, but more than some devil symbol or tail, it looks more like a subliminal effort to get the public to expect a continued dropoff or downfall. 'R's usually curve on the final descender, this 'R's descender goes straight down, doesn't ever 'flatten' out. So I suppose one could expect a continuation of descent, with no end in sight. And now that I think of it, it does smack of pointing 'straight to hell', which isn't exactly the same as the devil's tail, but does lead to the same place...

Oh, and what's that 'bloody' graphic when the commentator turns to the Marion and the financial markets at the end? It really looks a lot more like some sea of blood than any financial chart or graphic I've seen in the US...

Thanks, probably would've missed that one if you hadn't posted it.