Give me a fucking break, are you honestly going to tell me you think HSBC got off with a measly fine (that probably didn't even cut into the profits of their crimes) because there wasn't enough evidence that they, along with other huge banks, are guilty of borderline treason acts?
Here's the thing about white collar crime. It's Often done digitally (hence it's also called cyber crime) hence all evidence is digital hence it can be erased easily if the perp knows what they are doing. In addition to that it's also a relatively new type of crime and police arnt quite sure how to investigate it yet. And to make things worse the criminal can be in a different state or even country from the victim making investigations tricky at best and impossible at worst.
I'd read an article not that long ago about the "plight of the wealthy". It was an interesting look into the view of the bourgeoisie's idea of plight, discrimination, and fears. Rather, shall I say, amusing as well. They should be afraid, for if the masses ever be moved to class consciousness, the "Masters of the Universe" are greatly outnumbered. Sadly, it would seem that the majority of proletarians are only willing to go so far in actions against the bourgeois classes. No true or meaningful actions are ever demanded. Kind of goes along with your other piece on Liberal cowardice...
We could possibly tame the Leviathan of the Mega Rich by creating a Democratic Corporate Structure in which workers would have the Democratic Ability to Impeach and Elect Bosses at will.. The wealthy are few and we are many it could be done but your and his communism sounds like protesting a migraine with a decapitation!
The system likely cannot be changed from within. However, short of executions, the cooperative workplace model would certainly be a very good starting point.
It should also be noted that The-Necromancer does not strictly advocate for lopping heads off needlessly. Only in the most extreme of cases should anyone be disposed of. During the revolutionary period, for example, those who resist tooth and nail, fighting every little thing, they are the ones who are dangerous. Those who would become reasonable and accepting of the new society need not be dealt with so harshly...
Actually, Marx and Engels were rather clear that capital punishment should be abolished after the revolution. During it, no, but after.