Seán Fitzpatrick, the thundering prick who headed the financial cancer we call Anglo-Irish Bank, has given a Dáil committee the finger.
What a prick. What an absolute piece of shit Seán Fitzpatrick is.
This motherfucker, who made a fortune out of a cowboy operation that dragged the Irish economy into the gutter, has decided that he’s above such questioning.
He’s too important, the fucking spiv.
Seánie, the barrow-boy banker who had no problem demanding access to politicians of every stripe when he was sucking money out of our country, has suddenly developed an aversion to them.
The fucking parasite.
I hope the government politicians who snuggled up to this swaggering motherfucker, and who swallowed his bullshit self-aggrandising propaganda, are now grovelling in a corner. I hope they have their hands over their heads in shame for being so cowed by this used-car salesman.
But do you know something? I suspect not.
I suspect that the people we have elected to our parliament are the kind who might regard a used-car salesman as a form of minor royalty.
The fucking peasants.
That’s why I think we need to reform our electoral system to its roots, lest we repeat this sort of disaster forever.
By the way, auditors Ernst & Young have also refused to appear. These are the motherfuckers who failed to notice that Anglo sent a huge ball of money to Irish Life and Permanent who immediately sent it back to Anglo as a customer lodgement.
A big lie that should land people in jail.
No. Seriously. I mean a fucking HUGE ball of money. Seven billion euros. That’s billion with a B.
Ernst & Young didn’t notice that, even though they were auditors to both banks.
What a crowd of cunts.
They also failed to notice that Anglo lent a shit-load of money to a bunch of crooks for the purpose of buying Anglo shares to prop up their value. €300 million lent to ten trusted cronies with Anglo money and used to buy Anglo shares. Ten household names,we’re told.
Excellent. Ten household names who will eventually find themselves in jail, we hope.
The mainstream media reported this today but you read it on on Bock last week, HERE.
I’d like to bring you details of the crooks’ identities soon and with any luck I will.
Just like me, Gavin Sheridan has no idea who the ten mystery investors might be, but he writes an interesting speculative post on the identities of people who might have been approached to help out.
Also on Bock: