"The Bank of England has pledged to double the amount of liquidity it provides to the banks; we have guaranteed new lending between the banks so that we can get the banks lending to each other again; and at least £50 billion will be made available to recapitalise our banks.http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/columnists/guest_contributors/article4916344.ece
We will take stakes in banks in exchange for a return and will guarantee interbank lending on commercial terms. And at the heart of these reforms are clear principles of transparency, integrity, responsibility, good housekeeping and co-operation ACROSS BORDERS."
It’s a pity the prudent Chancellor didn’t guarantee these things in 1997, isn’t it? Why did he and Tony wait so long to guarantee that the bankers wouldn’t stuff their wallets full of our fivers? I don’t know how much his New Labour-cuddled fat cats have run off with here but in America, the bonus payouts to greedy bankers have been colossal. The 7 October 2008 edition of The Daily Mail told us this:
"Richard S Fuld Jr, chief executive officer of Lehman Brothers, ignored a warning that the bank's 'liquidity can disappear quite fast' and dismissed suggestions that staff may not get their bonuses. Days from becoming the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history, Lehman Brothers steered millions to departing executives even while pleading for a federal rescue, Congress heard…Brown continues:
Asked if it was true HE TOOK HOME SOME £275 MILLION in compensation since 2000, Mr Fuld took off his glasses, held them, and looked uncomfortable. He said his compensation was not quite that much."
"Giving them more of our cash may not be enough… many bankers believe other measures will be needed."What, £500billion won’t be enough for them? Brown adds:
"It’s all very well, ensuring the survival of the banking system, but what’s in it for us?"Precisely, Gordon, but what's in it for us?
"Because this is a GLOBAL problem, IT REQUIRES A GLOBAL SOLUTION."Aha! So that what this is all about! You and your globalist pals have been conniving behind the scenes, with all this global meltdown malarkey, to hike the World Government agenda another few rungs up the ladder, is that it?
Consider this, folks: if Gordon’s vision comes to pass, who will be running things? I'll wager it'll be the Gordons, the Tonies and the international financiers who created sub prime and the credit crunch and caused the world-wide financial meltdown in the first place! That would be the same financiers who pay the real wages of the jobsworth politicians and see that such corrupt, on-message traitors and Brown and Blair get to slither all the way to the top of the greasy pole!
"Indeed this now moves to a GLOBAL stage with a range of INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS starting this week with the G7 and the IMF and, we propose, culminating in a leaders meeting in which we must lay down the principles and the new policies for restructuring our banking and financial system all around the globe.Yeah right, it was all a big surprise to you and the Bilderbergers, eh Gordon? Some, however, have admitted, not just to the 'antipicipation' but to the 'stage management' of 'world events.' Here’s what Denis Healey, top Bilderberger and Harold Wilson’s Secretary for Defence and Chancellor of the Exchequer has to say about it:
When I became Prime Minister I did not expect to make the decision, along with Alistair Darling, for the Government to offer to take stakes in our high street banks, just as nobody could have anticipated the action taken in America."
"World events do not occur by accident: They are made to happen, whether it is to do with national issues or commerce; and most of them are staged and managed by those who hold the purse strings."Here’s something else that Healey said in an interview with Jon Ronson for the documentary series THEM:
"To say we were striving for a one-world government is exaggerated, but not wholly unfair. Those of us in Bilderberg… felt that a single community throughout the world would be a good thing…Ronson asked Healey this question:
Bilderberg is a way of bringing together politicians, industrialists, financiers and journalists…. We make a point of getting along younger politicians who are obviously rising, to bring them together with financiers and industrialists who offer them wise words. It increases the chance of having a sensible global policy."
"Does going help your career?"Healey replied:
"Oh yes. Your new understanding of the world will certainly help your career… That is the world. It is the way things are done. And quite rightly so…Brown continues:
I will tell you this. If extremists and leaders of militant groups believe that Bilderberg is out to do them down, then they're right. We are. We are against Islamic fundamentalism, for instance, because it's against democracy."
"These new times require new ideas. The old solutions of yesterday will not serve us well for the challenges of today and tomorrow. So we must leave behind outworn dogmas and embrace new solutions…
Based on the British approach, I believe through WIDER EUROPEAN CO-OPERATION AND ALSO CO-ORDINATION AMONG THE LEADING ECONOMIES… (World Government run by him and the avaricious bankers whose wallet-stuffing machinations brought about the credit crunch and the global recession in the first place)
We must have STRONGER INTERNATIONAL RULES for transparency, disclosure and the highest standards of conduct. Successful market economies need trust, which can only be built through shared values. So as we reform our financial system we should encourage hard work, effort, enterprise and RESPONSIBLE RISK-TAKING - qualities that markets need to ensure, so that the rewards that flow are seen to be fair. But when risk-taking crosses the line between the RESPONSIBLE ENTREPRENEURSHIP, WHICH WE WANT TO CELEBRATE…
NATIONAL SYSTEMS OF SUPERVISION ARE SIMPLY INADEQUATE to cope with the huge cross-continental flows of capital IN THIS NEW, EVER MORE INTERDEPENDENT WORLD. I KNOW THAT THE LARGEST FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS WILL WELCOME THE PROPOSED COLLEGES OF CROSS-BORDER SUPERVISORS THAT SHOULD BE INTRODUCED IMMEDIATELY."
They sure will, Gordon. That’s what the 'largest financial institutions' have been after since the US Federal Reserve system was forced upon the world by Warburg and co. in 1913.
"Action for financial stability should be accompanied by the WIDER INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION such as that which began on Wednesday with co-ordinated action on interest rates. I have said all along that WE WILL DO WHATEVER IT TAKES TO SECURE THE STABILITY OF THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM… We must now act for the long term WITH CO-ORDINATED NATIONAL ACTIONS."In this global age?" Yeah. We know what you mean by that, Gordon.
The resolve and purposefulness of governments and people across the world is being put to the test. But ACROSS THE OLD FRONTIERS WE MUST NOW REDOUBLE OUR EFFORTS INTERNATIONALLY. For it is only through the boldest of CO-ORDINATED ACTIONS ACROSS THE GLOBE that we will adequately support families and businesses IN THIS GLOBAL AGE."
Here’s how Henry Makow, Ph.D describes what is happening in his September 2008 essay, Illuminati Bankers Are Making A Killing.
"I think we are in for a recession, maybe even a Depression but I don't think the Illuminati is ready to declare their New World Order just yet. However, this could be part of a larger scenario leading to World War Three, similar to the role the Great Depression played as a precursor to World War Two.However, as Bev Conover, the editor of Online Journal suggests in a 2007 review of Daniel Estulin’s The True Story of the Bilderberg Group:
THE ILLUMINATI GOAL IS TO TORTURE THE HUMAN RACE UNTIL WE CRY OUT TO THEM FOR WORLD GOVERNMENT, ANYTHING TO STOP THE PAIN."
"Collectively, the people hold the power to save themselves and that frightens the Bilderbergers and their cohorts the most."http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/article.asp?ID=7781
So, if we refuse to do their bidding, if we refuse to fall for their lies and spin, we frighten THEM into giving us our world back? Well, not exactly. As Conover goes on to say:
"That power is useless if the people refuse to exercise it or surrender it to those who would enslave us."
Do you remember what that other great traitor, Tony Blair, said just a few weeks after 9/11?
"The kaleidoscope has been shaken, the pieces are in flux, soon they will settle again. Before they do LET US REORDER THIS WORLD AROUND US!"Oh yes, the ruling class is well aware that the odd catastrophe is of considerable help in cajoling the multitudes into stepping aside as they 'reorder' our world to suit themselves.
Albert Einstein said this in a 1931 letter to Sigmund Freud:
"The minority, the ruling class at present, has the schools and press, usually the Church as well, under its thumb. This enables it to organize and sway the emotions of the masses, and makes its tool of them."Try hard, ladies and gentlemen. Try really hard not to let the 'ruling class… sway your emotions.' If they get away with it this time, they may just make 'tools' of you and your descendants forever.
In another 10 October Times article, Gordon Brown has the cheek to tell us that, 'where there is excessive and irresponsible risk-taking, that has got to be punished.' If this was true, if the fat cat sub-prime merchants, the credit crunchers and the greedy bankers were all going to be punished, if THEIR bank accounts were about to be drained and THEIR pips were going to be squeezed until THEY squeaked, well, Gordon might just end up being the most popular PM in all British history, mightn’t he?
But he won’t be doing any such thing, folks. He’s THEIR boy, you see. He has tolerated and encouraged the Friedman-Thatcher-Greenspan-let-the-markets-decide ethos ever since he got to be Chancellor in 1997. In fact, when Greenspan retired as Chairman of the Fed Res, Gordon got Sir Alan (Tony B had him knighted in 2002) a job as one of his advisors!
Oh, yes, our Prime Minister is deeply implicated in everything that’s been happening since sub-prime began to bite. Trust me, ladies and gents, this bloke is NOT going to hold one of his own to account. He is NOT about to 'punish' his brothers-in-arms. No matter what herd-pleasing guff he comes out with.
Our punishment for things we never did has already begun, of course. As the 9 October 2008 edition of The Daily Mail told us:
"The colossal £500billion rescue package for the banking system could cost every taxpayer £16,000!"If anyone out there believes that Gordon is ever going to make an effort to get his banker pals to cough up what they owe to the suckers, well, I guess you’d be one of those who thinks that politicians are nice people who have our best interests at heart.
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