Our daily bank
There was once a society in which rich, less rich and a few poor lived together. It was a society in which everyone prospered, everyone paid taxes (the rich and the poor paid less than the less rich), they all consumed a lot (the rich, the less rich and the poor), they all saved (the rich and the less wealthy) they saved less than the poor) and everyone went on vacation, and they had more than one car, and several phones, and several televisions and, in addition, they also changed their clothes every season and many other things that made them feel prosperous. In that society there were entities called banks, which were dedicated to lend money in exchange for an interest rate. As the money was reproduced in an incredible way, banks began to lend people more money than people asked for, which benefited everyone: Banks because they had a lot of liquidity that they could use to grant large loans to large companies. (especially those who were engaged in the construction business), and the less rich because they could pursue their dream of becoming rich (or, at least, to believe they lived like them). In addition to the banks, some entities called savings banks coexisted with them, which were controlled by politicians, a species that was dedicated to the management of government affairs and, to an increasing extent, to sneak in without dissimulation to benefit their friends.
But one day, without knowing very well why, the money began to run out. The rich, who controlled their finances very well, became very demanding with the security and profitability of their investments, because they did not want to lose their privileged status. The less wealthy suddenly realized that they could not return to the Banks and Savings Banks the money they had borrowed to buy what they wanted and they started to get scared. And the poor saw with joy how their community was more and more numerous.
While this was happening the politicians, who were very busy bossing and holding their position of responsibility, did not know what to do to solve things. And the rich got richer, the poor poorer and the less rich got angry and outraged but, even knowing that they were right in their anger, they did not know how to get out of the quagmire in which they themselves had gotten themselves.
The Savings Banks were converted and became banks, which was something that had many advantages, among others, which were companies that rarely broke because, for some strange reason, politicians, instead of forcing them to do things well, they were saved by injecting money every time it was necessary. There were even cases of Savings Banks sold as a balance in which their managers, at the time of leaving, managed to collect millionaire compensation without anyone doing anything. And this happened at the same time that the less wealthy saw their health suffer because they did not receive the attention they were accustomed to. They even went so far as to see how those who had terminal illnesses had waiting lists to be cured that could cause some, during the wait, to die in the attempt.
And colored red, this story is not over.
Meanwhile, can someone explain to the current president of Extremadura that plugging in less relatives and acquaintances than his previous predecessor does not mean being better, but puts him at the same level of mangoneo and lack of seriousness and honesty? If in addition to enduring an absurd and boring campaign like the one we are going to have, we must continue to see how they tease us, this can end up like the rosary of the aurora.