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  1. Tevin C. says:

    I wish there was an extended version of this video. It’s very enlightening.

    I agree totally because our system, although more stable than America’s, i think we are in for a different kind of trouble down the road if serious systems are in place. Because our banks have not gone wild-wild-west doesnt mean they wont in the future. Greed is a powerful thing.

  2. Roland Ayres says:

    Not sure i agree but i understand where he is coming from.

  3. Sage says:

    Hmm…Al makes a pretty good case but i think the real focus is that we dont have an FCC-type body. That to me is the core problem.

  4. Cyrus Waller says:

    No way we are worse than the U.S. — we survived the Financial collapse of ’08, the US didn’t. And most of the world praised our heavier regulations on our bank system which thwarted a serious collapse and our economy recovered very quickly.

  5. Deondre says:

    Uggh! We’re in 2011 and already more headaches?

  6. Arely N says:

    Excellent interview. I’m forwarding this to my a few friends because i never knew such shinanagins our country is up to.

  7. Bryce P says:

    Thank god i’m only 20…i’ll worry about this when i hit 30 šŸ˜›

  8. Shad says:

    “The system is set up to make life difficult for the auditors…and make it easier to do very curious reporting”.

    BINGO!

  9. Vale says:

    It’s very true that there is no real protection system here and i’ve been saying this for years.

    The system is rife for abuse in our system.

  10. Luke says:

    Oh great! Now i’m moving to the US…oh wait!

  11. Keandre says:

    @berney801

    Care to elaborate?

  12. Berney801 says:

    The problem with Rosen is that he is only telling half the story.

  13. Joesph says:

    Now i’m feeling sick in my stomach.

  14. Jaylin D. says:

    Very interesting interview!

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