Rob Kall: I think being one who doesn't care about the bankers or the hedge fund people"is that bad if the banking system goes down? What happens if it does go down?
Greg Palast: Well that's a different question completely. I was talking about the war between them.
Rob Kall: Yeah, yeah.
Greg Palast: That's why the banks"what I'm saying is that the big banks, every single bank, no exception in Europe, would technically be bankrupt if the Greek bonds collapsed, because Greek bonds are held as reserved currency. So, what I'm saying"
Rob Kall: So if that happens, the euro collapses and the European common market collapses there"
Greg Palast: Yeah, I mean, you have twenty-five percent  unemployment in Spain. Maybe that's not enough, but I think that's pretty bad. So I think that the" and you have about twenty percent unemployment in Greece, and people's incomes have dropped by two-thirds. So, whether the ECB thing was good or not doesn't matter. I'm talking about a battle between the bankers who wanted that money from the ECB and wanted to save their system, versus the vultures who don't give a crap if the whole thing, if Europe blows up in flames. We tried that before in '33, it didn't work out too well. So, understand that there's a difference between these guys, and that's the battle that's going on that's in Billionaires and Ballot Bandits. And therefore, Singer needs to steal this election. That's why he's lined up thirty-seven hedge fund billionaires. And the banks, remember, here's a good way to think about it. Goldman Sachs is, as you know, a giant sucker squid, a vampire squid. Vampires need you to stay alive so they can suck your blood, whereas, vultures, and these are vulture investors as they're called, vultures want you to die because they eat your corpse. So you have your choice. You have the guys who want to keep you alive to suck your blood, or those who want you to die and eat your carcass. That's the choice we have on the ballot. And I'm explaining why that choice has led to this massive war over the vote, and the massive steal of the vote by these billionaires. That's what's going on here.
Rob Kall: You answered my next question, which is they are both evil, how are they different? And now, that answers it.
Greg Palast: Does that clarify it? (laughs)