Forty years of systematic de-regulation has inflated the banking sector’s “total balance sheet to more than four times (the UK’s) annual GDP”, according to the commission. Simultaneously, and because of the finance sector’s unrestrained usury, greed and speculation, Britain’s productive, manufacturing and agricultural sectors have systematically shrunk as a share of GDP.
I don\’t know how she does it you know.
Such insight, such brilliance.
As one sector grows as a percentage of the economy other sectors shrink as a percentage of the economy. The way this happens you\’d almost think there\’s a limit on the size of all the shares together. Some sort of mathematical law or something.