BBC interviewer Evan Davis interviewed Geithner, Capo of the Jewish Mafia. Davis asked one good hard cynical question.
"In most industries we consider that they're more efficient when they pay their staff less. Why do we apply the opposite rule to banking? Why do we consider a bank more efficient when they pay their staff more?"
Capo Geithner evaded, but both parts of the question are still brilliant.
The Jewish Mafia hates to see ordinary companies having any employees in America, let alone paying them. The Mafia rewards companies with increased stock price when they shift production to foreign slave labor (aka "productivity") and rewards them even more for getting out of physical activities entirely.
But banks give constantly increasing billions to their top-level employees, increasing even more when the banks "fail" and "need bailouts" (which means in reality, "threaten to give away the government's secrets" and "receive blackmail for continued silence.")
Why the ever-increasing bonuses? For "talent", the banks tell us. Well, "talent" might be the right word, if you mean "talent" in the same sense that John Dillinger and John Gotti meant "talent".
So far the bonuses have been worth it. Nobody has snitched yet.
Sidenote: Wikileaks announced
back in November that it was going to release info about Bank of America "early in 2011". Well, where is it? Has the Wall Street Mafia silenced Assange?