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    The definition of insanity

    The definition of insanity



    1. (of a person) Of sound mind; not mad or mentally ill: “hard work kept me sane”.
    2. (of an undertaking or manner) Reasonable; sensible.



    1. In a state of mind that prevents normal perception, behavior, or social interaction; seriously mentally ill.
    2. (of an action or quality) Characterized or caused by madness.

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    Freddie Sykes | March 18, 2013 at 1:52 pm

    The EU screwed up and earned some pain… but now continues to screw up again and again by trying to avoid that pain and get it over with. Now they are going after the savers and will probably cause a massive capital flight from all of the Eurozone.

    The longer you avoid your just deserts, the worse it will be when they are no longer avoidable.

    I would quit the Euro immediately if I were Germany.

    The Drill SGT | March 18, 2013 at 2:56 pm

    This was terminally stupid on so many levels, let’s begin to count the ways:
    1. There was under-capitalization at two major banks there (e.g. insufficient reserves), so instead of penalizing bank shareholders, they have stolen from guarranteed deposits.
    2. Bank problems, up till now were localized in the PIIGS+C I guess. Because of this theft, depositors anywhere in the EU must get nervous. If you are going to grow your way out of a stagnant economy, you need investments, that means savings, and they have just cut the savings rate throughout Europe.
    3. The whole premise of guarranteed deposits is gone FOR GOOD. Now they are guarranteed except…
    4. If you can raid bank accounts, why not Euro retirement plans, or stock portfolios. The whole concept of EU ‘rule of law’ is destroyed. All for $6b Euro in theft…

    Doug Wright | March 18, 2013 at 11:45 pm

    Willie Sutton was quoted as saying in effect, when he heard about this event, that he should have gone into government; better benefits and fewer down side effects, plus he might have qualified for a substantial bonus too. Also, he might have had more free time too.

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