Joris Luyendijk talks to a former banker who grew afraid of what he was becoming and decided it was time to get out

7 comments on “Joris Luyendijk talks to a former banker who grew afraid of what he was becoming and decided it was time to get out
  1. Michael Young says:

    We will see alot more of this kind of stories and articles. The system is collapsing and these bankers will say and do anything to save their skin. In the meantime they have emptied all our pockets and are sitting on a load of wealth. Gold, real-estates, etc. , which are bought with their mega bonusses.

    Now claiming how morally just and all they are stepping out of the business.

    Sorry, but you are too late. You all deserve some very long jailtime to think about what you have done.

  2. Spaniard says:

    Amazing. Cheers for the guy.

  3. Spaniard says:

    Or is it rather cheers to the guy?

  4. mishopshno says:

    Articles like this are really important. People can understand what and why and how when they read on this level.

  5. Robert Mockan says:

    He drank too much, says therapy really helped him, made half a mil per year, stopped being nice to his parents, did not realize he was becoming a meany, screwed people for their money and gets a bonus, goes to lots of parties, and sporting events, gets lots of praise and admiration from his peers…

    I’m so…choked up.. I do not know what to say…

    Ah, I know… GO TAKE A FLYING LEAP YOU ASSHOLE!

  6. Robert Mockan says:

    Some people have REAL porblems in their lives. This idiot had it all and blew it.
    I do NOT feel sorry for him.

  7. bit chin says:

    Listen to him – “I was a superstar” Get outta here! Talk about delusions of grandeur and inflated egos. Shot to fuck.

    Yep, there’s one thing all these high-profile bankers have in common – a high level of narcissistic personality disorder.

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