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Financial trader leaves BBC speechless after saying Goldman Sachs rules the world [video]
Posted by on Sep 28th, 2011

Must have been a full moon or a butterfly farted somewhere yesterday because not only did Mark Esterhuysen get fired from Radio 702 yesterday for his foul mouthed on-air rant HERE, but a financial trader left the BBC speechless after painting a pretty grim picture about the European economy during a live interview. He said the economy is gonna crash, that the stock market is toast, that he can’t wait for a recession so he can make money……oh and that Goldman Sachs rules the world.

Have a listen to Alessio Rastani make sure he’s not getting any Christmas cards from the Illuminati this year.

The BBC did eventually respond and said that as far as they as concerned their boychay didn’t take any crazy pills that day and it was not a hoax.

“A financial trader who appeared on the BBC and said he dreamed of making money from another recession was not a hoaxer, the broadcaster has said.

Users of Twitter have cast doubt on Alessio Rastani’s credentials.

But the BBC said: “We’ve carried out detailed investigations and can’t find any evidence to suggest that the interview… was a hoax.”

On his website Mr Rastani says he is “an experienced stock market and forex trader and professional speaker”. [BBC]

Dude got some balls hey.

Silly BBC…they should know better than interview a guy with a name like Rasta-ni. Everyone knows the Rastani clan is where Rasta’s come from.

Julie Velosa says:
September 09, 2011 at 7:35 am

hmmmm, I bet those comments have caused a ruckus at old GS. I used to work in one of their London offices. I bet its a fun place to be today!
Looney bins….

anon says:
September 09, 2011 at 7:35 am

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