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Isarescu s-a pus closca pe aurul Romaniei

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Dementa totala in tara asta – fiecare face doar ce are chef, cativa turbati agreseaza fizic politicienii (si nu li se intampla nimic), dar altii trag foloasele de pe urma lor, prin Parlament se dau legi pe care nimeni nu vrea sa le mai respecte, e noaptea mintii! Marti, Comisia de Buget, finante si banci a Camerei Deputatilor a dat un aviz favorabil, cu amendamente, pe proiectul care prevede repatrierea aurului depozitat de Romania in strainatate. La scurt timp, Mugur Isarescu ne-a plictisit cu un punct de vedere lung cat o zi de post negru in care spune ca el nu va da curs viitoarei legi pe care Parlamentul se pregateste sa o voteze! Practic, guvernatorul Bancii Nationale s-a pus closca pe tezaurul tarii, ca si cum e vorba de averea personala, iar el, Mugurel de la Dragasani, are obligatia sa apere cu orice pret avutia familiei. Alo, Balaceanca, mai aveti locuri libere?

 

isarescu Isarescu s a pus closca pe aurul Romaniei

Functia de guvernator al BNR pare insusita pe viata de Mugur Isarescu si orice decide Puterea ramane la capitolul “si altele”

reuerva de aur Isarescu s a pus closca pe aurul RomanieiDe ce, oare, mai votam la alegeri un nou Parlament? Ce rost are sa-i mandatam pe politicieni sa ne reprezinte daca legile lor oricum nu sunt respectate? A accepta o decizie a Parlamentului a devenit, in Romania, optiune facultativa – daca ai chef, faci asa cum spune legea, daca te cheama Isarescu, refuzi, strambi din nas, te ascunzi in spatele unor argumente debile. Cum este acela al „principiului independentei Bancilor centrale”, pe care-l tot flutura mugurasul bancher, ca si cum, vezi, Doamne, BNR are statut de „stat in stat”! Aoleu, te pomenesti ca Banca Nationala este Vaticanul Romaniei, iar Isarescu a ajuns Suveranul Pontif al banilor!

Iohanizati complet, acesti romani tristi imprumuta discursul sasului cu viza de flotant la Cotroceni. „Nu” este acum laitmotivul existentei tuturor sociopatilor inadaptati, chiar daca, de foarte multe ori, refuzul de a imbratisa legea se invecineaza cu penalul. Nu le pasa, nu-i intereseaza, nu accepta, nu asculta, ei #rezista cu „Nu” alaturi, se intovarasesc cu negatia inclusiv atunci cand la mijloc se afla interesul Romaniei.

BNR este independenta

Mugur Isarescu recunoaste ca „BNR este organizata si functioneaza in conformitate cu dispozitiile legii”, dar aduce in discutie si un „principiu al independentei bancilor centrale, consacrat prin art. 130 din TFUE si art.7 din Statutul SEBC si al BCE”. V-ati ratacit complet in bezna necunoasterii? Veniti de luati lumina Adevarului financiar direct de la Sfantul Guvernator: „(…) art.3 alin.(1) din Statutul BNR prevede ca «in indeplinirea atributillor, Banca Nationala a Romaniei si membrii organelor sale de conducere nu vor solicita sau primi instructiuni de la autoritatile publice sau de la orice alta institutie sau autoritate”! In completare, Banca Nationala mai aduce un argument la autoproclamata suveranitate: „BCE (n.n. – Banca Centrala Europeana) subliniaza faptul ca «bancile centrale nationale se bucura de independenta in ceea ce priveste toate actiunile acestora legate de detinerea si administrarea rezervelor internationale, astfel cum prevede art.130 din TFUE»”. Observati ca toate rationamentele lui Isarescu se bazeaza pe prevederile articolelor din TFUE? Nimic despre articolele din legile Romaniei, nicio referire, totul e „cum prevede art.X din TFUE”.

Domnule guvernator, pe cand estimati ca BNR se va orienta si spre legile emise de Parlamentul roman? Cumva institutia pe care o conduceti este subordonata intereselor straine? Refuz a crede asa ceva, fereasca Domnul, integritatea morala si etica profesionala v-au caracterizat prodigioasa cariera! Totusi, daca nu-i cu pacat, pot spera romanii (si cei cu credite, si cei fara) ca si voi, bancherii, sa va supuneti legilor acestei tari?


2 comentarii to Isarescu s-a pus closca pe aurul Romaniei

  1. Kennedy

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  2. Rothschild (Suntem peste tot. Daca nu credeti, intrebati la Balaceanca!)

    @ Kennedy
    Stimate domn,sunteti atat de bine informat incat, imi inchipui ca, familia Rothschild e ingrozita ca le-ati aflat secretele. Banuiesc ca sunteti in masura sa ne explicati si cum e posibil sa fii posesor de banci nationale sau cum ai putea sa-ti exerciti posesia si sa-ti retragi profiturile. Sunt foarte curios dar convins ca, in intelepciunea si cu sursele dumneavoastra, ne puteti explica foarte usor.
    @ Nicholas Cezar
    Sunteti atat de sigur de bunele intentii si rezultatele deosebite, dovedite, de-a lungul timpului, de onorabilul nostru parlament, investit cu atata intelepciune de catre un electorat educat si responsabil? Merita o gasca de conjunctura sa dispuna de rezerve acumulate, cu greu, in zeci de ani? E rau sa existe o banca centrala independenta? Pareti foarte in tema, economic vorbind.. Puteti sa ne explicati de ce e rau? Puteti sa ne explicati cum ne influenteaza viata inflatia, deflatia, viteza de rotatie a banilor, cresterea economica, imprumuturile ministerului de finante, recesiunea, criza, s.a.m.d.?
    O curiozitate despre Balaceanca.. vad ca aveti legaturi.. Proletariatul de acolo, are drept de vot? Poate accede si la functii politice?
    Altfel, felicitari pentru articol! Faceti cinste breslei jurnalistice.


    

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