Mark Carney

November 27, 2012 7 Comments
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About Mark Carney and the New World Order..

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Carney moving on the head the “most powerful” central bank in the world is quite interesting, but if you have followed Mark’s career, it comes as no surprise.

Here is a quote from his remarks on a Bank of Canada publication, titled: Rebalancing the Global Economy.

“The theme of this conference – “Adapting to a New World Order” – suggests that it is clear how global commerce and finance will be reorganized in the wake of the current crisis. However, the outcome is far from preordained. How we manage the rebalancing of the global economy could profoundly influence how open, equitable, and prosperous the New World Order will be.

Globalized product, capital, and labour markets lie at the heart of the New World Order to which we should aspire. However, the next wave of globalization needs to be more firmly grounded and its participants more responsible.”

Read the full report here

http://www.bankofcanada.ca/author/mark-carney/
 http://www.bankofcanada.ca/2009/06/speeches/rebalancing-global-economy/

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To: david.cameron@conservatives.com
Subject: Ex-member of the Goldman Sachs Thieves & Liars Club
Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2012 22:17:25 +0000

Mark Carney – a Canadian, the first foreigner ever to become the Governor of the Bank of England – had a wonderful apprenticeship in banking, working through the ranks of the thieves and liars at Goldman Sachs, and yet Cameron sees fit to appont somebody from that bank!

This must rank as the worst and most treasonous appointment ever made. How dare they appoint a foreigner!! Especially one so well versed in banking theft!!!  Cameron you and Osborne really are the pits without a doubt!

I can hardly wait to see what Max Kaiser makes of this!

NKC

 

7 Responses to Mark Carney

  1. Derek
    November 27, 2012 at 10:10 am

    Is Cameron a graduate of Common Purpose?

    • November 27, 2012 at 12:03 pm

      Good point, don’t know. Haven’t heard he was. Osborne’s Bilderberger though and so even though he knows nothing of economics, Cameron retains him and refuses to be rid of him.

      Supposedly.

  2. yvonne
    November 27, 2012 at 11:27 am

    This is so frightening. Clear proof that democracy is dead. Cameron’s leadership speech to the Conservative Party should have been a red flag just on presentation alone. I am starting to think that Cameron/Osborne are more dangerous than Blair. It is unsurprising that so many do not see a need to vote.

    • November 27, 2012 at 12:06 pm

      “Cameron’s leadership speech” was a definite red flag. Since 2007 there’ve been quite a few people opposing him. I went to the Tory Conference two years ago and one of the sessions in a back room was dead against Cameron and what he was doing parachuting his people in over the candidate the local branch had picked. He had a woman in the audience who was there to troll.

    • Single Acts of Tyranny
      November 27, 2012 at 7:47 pm

      Perhaps more accurate to say, they don’t see a point in voting.

  3. Old Codger
    November 27, 2012 at 10:34 pm

    If we will appoint boys still wet behind the ears and with absolutely no experience outside politics to run the country what else can we expect.

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