Monday, February 14, 2011

Saving For A Rainy Day.

Martine Rhyner
Heard on the news that the British police are investigating Mubarak’s money, he has in banks in the UK.

Seems it could be money laundering, in which case, the money will be confiscated by the British state and returned to Egypt.

Switzerland have also frozen all Mubarak’s assets, I do hope the 70 billion Mr Mubarak and his family managed to put away for a rainy day will be found.

I could not believe when I heard that Mubarak had taken so much money in his 30 year rule of Egypt.

That is an incredible amount of money, I thought that I could not have heard that correctly, surely it was millions not billions.

Even 70 millions seems masses to me, surely that is more than he can spend in a lifetime, but no, Mubarak needed 70 billion.

Had to have 70 billion to make sure he would never be without, what amazing hubris of the man.

I hope they confiscate all his money and all his properties too, in England and around the world.

Really hope this sends a clear message to all the others, like Mubarak around the world, so that they all decide to stand down now.


janis said...

That is absurd amount!
Hopefully it will be returned and used for Egypt in appropriate ways. Just think what that money can do!

Kris said...

That is just crazy. I am seriously questioning the human race more and more everyday. It's scary... especially since 2012 is right around the corner! LOL here I go into conspiracy theories. I'll stop now, and end this post with HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!!!!!!

Herrad said...

Hi Janis,
It is a totally absurd amount of money.
They must have beewn busy constantly putting money into their many secret accounts.
You are right that money could do lots in Egypt, I hope it gets therew.

Hi Kris,
You are right it is crazy, and it is probably even crazier than we know.

Happy Belated Valentines Day to you both, thanks for your visits and comments.
I was amased to hear how much money had been taken.
In England they are investigating whether the Mubarak monies there were involved in money laundering.
This money could do great things in Egypt.