They're also a little bit thick and failed to comprehend the guarantees (sic.) made by the Bank of England, The FSA and the Government on Friday and over the weekend
this is an interesting line to take, given that those people were taking money out of a bank that had been rendered insolvent by management incompetence and were preferring instead to deposit their savings with one of the plethora of alternative financial institutions that have so far not imploded themselves to such a state that no other bank would touch them with a bargepole
Yup, totally bonkers
And as an unrepetent and proud member of the Conspiraloon™ Alliance, the sight of large numbers of people sick to death of being lied to, reacting against the establishment and being branded by the mainstream media as nutters for their pains pleasures me immensely
I love it
It's also worth noting that, as with the fuel protests seven years ago, this 'direct action' taken by a few thousand angry members of the public has clearly shat our establishment up more than a couple of million people marching against the invasion of Iraq ever did
If you know where to poke it, The Beast is weak...