Goldman Sachs Alumni Mark Carney Is Governor of the Central Bank of England
November 27, 2012
Chancellor George Osborne has named Mark Carney, who is the current governor of the Bank of Canada and Chairman of the Financial Stability Board of the G20, has been chosen for governor of the Bank of England and successor to Mervyn King.
In April it was revealed that Carney was being “informally approached as a potential candidate to replace King as head of the central Bank of England in June of 2013.”
Obsorne explained that Carney brings “strong leadership and external experience the Bank needs.” Carney and his leadership in Canada were recognized for having weathered the central banking schemes “better than any other Western country.”
The Bank of England, established 318 years ago, is expected to take a new direction under Carney’s leadership – a suspected necessity for the technocrats to gain stronger hold over the financial markets. There are rumors that the incessant printing of fiat will be curbed because of its inability to stimulate the global economy. This strategic move may also ensure that the City of London can repair its reputation.
Carney’s position as governor of the central Bank of England will last for 8 years; however Carney has indicated that he expects to serve for 5 years and hand over the position in 2018.
Carney appears to be a solid choice, as he has not been tainted by the planned implosion of the global financial market that was the Crash of 2008. He also has a long history with the technocrats. Carney was employed by the Goldman Sachs Group, Inc in the City of London. He also worked at Goldman Sachs locations in Tokyo, New York and Toronto. Carney has a masters and PhD degree from the globalist-funded Oxford University.
Yet Carney’s involvement in the 1998 Russian financial collapse that Goldman Sachs created seems to have escaped the mainstream media’s memory. In response, and to divert attention, Carney used precise coercion to convince the Russian government to become indebted to Goldman Sachs as a saving grace from the devastation that the crash threatened to produce.
Like any good technocratic institution, Goldman Sachs came to the “aid” of the Russian government with loans to the tune of $1.25 billion to be used for purchasing bonds. This scheme was not enough to save the nation, and just like clockwork; the Russian government defaulted and was indebted to Goldman Sachs.
There was an immediate admission of regret by Goldman Sachs for getting involved, however the reality of the course proved that this was a calculated move by the banksters to gain control over the Russian nation. Wall Street joyously offered to assist Russia with “easy money” that the government quickly accepted. Through Wall Street, foreign investors could have a stake in the Russian country for a price and the nation was at the mercy of the technocrats – having to accept the funding.
This is one example of how the technocrats assume power over a sovereign nation.
The City of London, as well as all the banksters currently working under the technocrats are defamed because of the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) scandal. It is believed that Carney can revive trust in the financial center and most influential currency market.
The newly formed Financial Policy Committee, a branch of the central Bank of England and headed by the governor, is a new self-proclaimed power-grab by the banksters to give the public the impression that they will monitor excessive risk taking and borrowing by banks and take action to stop this practice.
Technocrats are praising Carney as “one of the brightest, most capable people I’ve ever met in global finance and central banking” who is “smart, politically savvy, a good manager and has an outstanding track record.”
LIBOR has proven that the City of London, the central hub of fiat currency and global finance, is inept and the current system is in need of revision. Barclays involvement in the deals may have cost them money; however it served a much more nefarious purpose. By causing investors to become skeptical of the global markets, there is a trend toward worrisome and reluctant investing.
Goldman Sachs alumni have been popping up to replace those in powerful positions:
• Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank
• William Dudley, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York
• Henry Paulson, former Secretary of US Treasury
• Mario Monti, Prime Minister of Italy
• Gary Gensler, former head of the US Commodity Futures Tracking Commission
And the legacy of the Goldman Sachs global take over is alive and well. Having unelected representatives of Goldman Sachs in powerful positions ensures that the actions of these people “aren’t directly accountable to the public.”
Goldman Sachs has been strategically placing their former employees into positions of power in countries all over the world:
The quiet coup reveals that this banking cartel arm of the global Elite is controlling governments through individuals in power over major economies.
Goldman Sachs ability to completely corrupt the nations of the world is quite probable.