Media not covering banker's suicides

Discussion in 'The Media' started by celebrating, Feb 19, 2014.

  1. celebrating

    celebrating Member

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  2. happilyinlove

    happilyinlove with myself :p

    First of all, let me tell you how many bankers exist. Its innumerable. So given the large population of financiers, this is a relatively low number of suicide.

    Conspiracy theorists would like to make something of it, but obviously there is no secret issue linking these deaths. It's likely due to the stress level in finance. Trading is extremely stressful, when I say probably cannot fathom what it's like to work every day under that type of pressure. It's also a highly competitive environment, where a single misstep personally or professionally can ruin your reputation and career. Finance guys are judged by their peers and superiors on everything from the age of their wives, to length of marriage, gpa, graduate school, place of birth, dog choice, I mean literally everything because in their world they analyze everything to death - literally as you can see.
  3. Lafincoyote

    Lafincoyote Member

    There exists the possibility that these are connected in some way, but with the corporations that own the big public media being in bed with the banks, you won't hear much if anything about these deaths. You have to admit that leaping from skyscrapers and shooting yourself to death with a nailgun exposes alot of desperation over something.
  4. ginalee14

    ginalee14 eternity

    you know who have a high suicide rate?


    What's up with bankers suiciding? :confused:
  5. celebrating

    celebrating Member


    That's what I'm wondering, what is that "desperation over something" , will it affect us all ?

    EDIT: Also , what if they weren't suicides and were killed because they
    "Knew too much", leaves one wondering.
  6. celebrating

    celebrating Member

    It's 8 Bankers now.....

    CONSPIRACY: Four Elite Bankers Commit Suicide in 1 ... - YouTube"]CONSPIRACY: Four Elite Bankers Commit Suicide in 1 Week? - YouTube
    7/2/2014 - AMTV
    In today's video, Christopher Greene of AMTV reports on the mysterious death of four elite bankers
  7. happilyinlove

    happilyinlove with myself :p

    I bet the CEO spiked the office water cooler. That must be it.
  8. celebrating

    celebrating Member

    When things go to a súper-inflation, or a total devaluation, where WE will be the ones who will have to pay, we'll see if it's nothing to worry about.
  9. celebrating

    celebrating Member

    12 Banker Suicides Linked to JP Morgan Investigation for ... - YouTube"]12 Banker Suicides Linked to JP Morgan Investigation for Forex Manipulation - YouTube

    12 Banker Suicides Linked to JP Morgan Investigation for Forex ... 8th Banker Commits Suicide
  10. happilyinlove

    happilyinlove with myself :p

    Here, I will tell you why traders commit suicide. Because in a day they can lose 20-100 million dollars of someone else's money with one bad trade (some call their own trades). This means their career is over, they won't find another job elsewhere, and their dreams (people who work in this field are usually very heavily invested emotionally and with personal goals) are washed down the tube no longer tangible. This can crush a persons spirit and cause them to want to kill themselves.

    Dude use your brain to consider a logical explanation before you buy into some outlandish conspiracy theory.
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  11. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    Yup, nothing to see here folks. Go back to sleep.
  12. Mr.Writer

    Mr.Writer Senior Member

    Actually one of the first sociological facts ever established is that suicide rates go up for any people who are subject to great economic change; whether that be positive or negative. So people losing everything in the stock market commit suicide (that one seems intuitive) but also suicide rates go up for people who win the lottery (that one is opposite to intuition, and yet proven by facts). This type of suicide is term anomic, meaning it stems from a loss of "nomie", or norms, a loss of perceived social structure and support surrounding sudden changes in wealth.

    But I mean depression, anxiety and suicide are already fairly common for "simpler" egoic reasons; family falling apart, biochemical disturbance, etc. It does not mean the lizard shadow people are beginning to call in their soul debts to the rothschilds, if you catch my drift. Occam's razor is a beauty.
  13. celebrating

    celebrating Member

  14. rollingalong

    rollingalong young at heart Lifetime Supporter HipForums Supporter

    you lost me here ....I cant see how anyone could even make sense of this doesn't make any sense


    and no one gives a shit a bunch of bankers off themselves....more bankers right behind them to step in
  15. Asmodean

    Asmodean Slo motion rider

    I thought they were showing a good example to the other bankers. Must be a post-economic crisis phenomenom :p
  16. Lafincoyote

    Lafincoyote Member

    Could be a pre-economic crisis phenomenom too.
  17. Manservant Hecubus

    Manservant Hecubus Master of Funk and Evil

    Here, media doesn't cover anybody's suicide.
  18. Asmodean

    Asmodean Slo motion rider

    Here they do, if it is a loved celebrity for example.

    Are you saying it's an indication of positive change to come?
  19. Meliai

    Meliai Senior Member

    I don't see how anyone can find a conspiracy in this. Its not a conspiracy, just a sad reflection of the reality of our financial system
  20. Asmodean

    Asmodean Slo motion rider

    Would they perhaps have felt better if they didn't accepted their bonuses?

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