Why anyone, except the banks themselves including their executives, should be forced to "share more and more of the burden of restructuring" (especially depositors who have done nothing to deserve such treatment) is irrelevant to Goldman. So when there are not enough bondholders to give back to the banks, then the innocent depositors must.
It's a topsy-turvey world the banks have created for us! It is truly a world where the weaker pay for the stronger. Are depositors everywhere being softened up for the future?
GOLDMAN: The Bailout Could Be A Great Deal For Cyprus
By Matthew Boesler - Business Insider
Goldman Sachs is out with a reaction to the Cyprus bailout deal negotiated over the weekend, the most controversial part of which entails a haircut on bank deposits, something that hasn't yet been seen until now in the euro crisis saga.