There was a time when those who dared to call out the massive Libor manipulation conspiracy (such as what Zero Hedge did with one of its first posts in 2009) for being a massive Libor manipulation conspiracy some 4 years before the “theory” became a fact, were branded as scaremongering, fringe voices, best to be ignored. Then, of course, once the “theory” became “fact” it suddenly was perfectly obvious to everyone in retrospect.
But the bigger question, and what stumped the so-called experts, is how could something so vast, with so many moving pieces, remain a secret for as long as it did.
The answer is extremely simple: everyone who was in on the “secret” was also benefiting from it: from the lowliest Libor rigger to the CEO of Barclays and every other major bank, they all knew what was going on, but also knew that if the information…
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