New Year’s Eve, time for reflection

New Year’s Eve, time for reflection

New Year's Eve, time for reflection

It has a been a difficult year for a lot of people. Here in the UK, Cameron has openly chosen to support the City against any regulations to protect the voters from the greed of the bankers and that is a bad thing. The stupidity and greed of the banks have driven the world to the brink of an enormous recession and, after being bailed out, they are allowed to continue in the same way. But everywhere the priority lies with the short term results: all companies need to show their results every three months to the shareholders who panic immediately if the stock price doesn’t keep showing an exponential or at least some linear growth. How can that same company keep renewing itself like that?
The market needs to calm down, the banks here in the UK need to start paying their taxes and no ridiculous bonuses can be paid to a CEO if that same CEO messed up badly. We are the 99%!

3 comments on “New Year’s Eve, time for reflection
  1. yvan says:

    Wonderful photo! Congratulations & a Happy New Year!

  2. This is an amazing shot! Love the muted colours and composition! Bravo! Bravo!
    I hope that 2012 brings you much joy and lots of film 🙂
    Happy New Year!

  3. Stu says:

    I completely echo your sentiments there Hans. The events of this year have clealrly illustrated who our so-called leaders really work for. Unfortunately, peoples' anger at the bankers' crimes was easily directed elsewhere by the complicit media and their MPs' expenses “scandal”, which was peanuts compared to the crime of the century perpetrated by the criminal bankers.
    Anyway, I'm enjoying this foray into colour photography.
    I hope you have a happy and prosperous 2012.

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