Sunday, 1 April 2012
Imagine a battlefield. The smell of gunpowder and decaying flesh fill the smoke riddled air, obscuring what little sun that shines through. Cries for help are heard in the distance with shooting heard as an icy response. This is what the economic health of the world was upon the brink of. How could we do this to ourselves? How could we go unchecked to such an extent to affect every trust fund, pension account of mortgage of the average globalised citizen in our modern society?