Cameron Goes To War With EU Over £1.7 Billion! You’ve Got To Laugh

Cameron and Hollande.

Cameron and Hollande.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anyone would think there was an election next year. The Mails headline today

“One step closer to the exit: Cameron goes to war on £1.7 BILLION bill as he hints Britain will vote to leave EU… but why was he kept in the dark about shock demand?”

You can almost hear the conversation, “Qu’allons-nous faire au sujet de l’UKIP François?” “Ne vous inquiétez pas David, nous allons trouver un moyen de vous faire paraître puissant, laissez-moi faire et Jose”

 

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Millions of Ebola vaccine doses by end of 2015.

ebola vaccineNice to see on the BBC today some good news about Ebola. ” see here

“Millions of doses of experimental Ebola vaccines will be produced by the end of 2015, the World Health Organization has announced.

It said “several hundred thousand” would be produced in the first half of the year.

And vaccines could be offered to health workers on the frontline in West Africa as soon as December 2014.

However, the WHO cautioned that vaccines would not be a “magic bullet” for ending the outbreak.

There is no proven cure or vaccine for Ebola.

In response to the largest epidemic of the disease in history, the WHO is accelerating the process of vaccine development

It normally takes years to produce and test a vaccine, but drug manufacturers are now working on a scale of weeks.”

Well, that’s OK then, just remind me who is behind the World Health Organisation? Could it be the same people that run big pharma! KA-CHING.

 

 

Blair Warns Britain Needs To Take Action In Iraq And Syria – Or Face Terror Attacks.

Blair on SKYJust when I was having a really enjoyable Sunday tending to my veg in the garden, I decided to take a 10 minute sit down for a cup of tea and a quick scan of the latest MSM tosh. OMG, I wasn’t disappointed.

I remember reading some time ago, that people like Blair are such narcissistic characters, so detached from the real world that they really have no understanding of even care about how transparent their agenda is.

Anthony  Charles Lynton Blair this morning said Britain needed to take action in Iraq and Syria – or face terror attacks at home. Nice one Tony, how is the Middle Eastern Peace Envoy job going?

How on earth does a discredited man creature like Blair have the gall to dare give his opinion on anything these days is beyond me, and should be beyond any sane thinking person.  The only thing he has ever been ever fairly good at is  being  a smarmy yes man to the globalist masters pulling the strings, oh and making a vast fortune since leaving Downing Street, prostituting himself to anyone willing to pay hard cash to hear him talk, part time jobs with JPMorgan Chase(I wonder who they are connected to?) and scurrying around the Middle East jumping from conflict to conflict. 

At school  he was a complete pain in the backside and they were very glad to see the back of him source. He tired his hand at being a rock music promoter, and failed. He played in a rock band called (you’re going to love this) Ugly Rumours. He went to Oxford and got a 2nd, then moved in with Derry Irvine Chambers, where he met Elsie Tanners step daughter. He wasn’t great at the legal profession, completely out shone by Ms Booth. In the Nethermere (St Neots) Ltd v Gardiner case, he was representing the employers who where fighting to deny female workers holiday pay; he lost. However, Derry Irvine later became Blair’s first Lord Chancellor, so it wasn’t a complete waste of time. Talk about jobs for the boys.

It is alleged that during this period, in 1983 to be exact, a Charles Lynton was was fined £50 for attempted soliciting in city toilets, the police notes were to disappear later along with several prior verbal warnings. I mention this because for the system to function, the powers need very naughty stuff to blackmail their puppets, and it seems Blair has quite a few skeletons in his closet.

So here we have it, Anthony Charles Lynton Blair, saying on SKY News, yes, even that made me laugh, oh the irony of it, SKY News of all places. SKY News for any none UK readers is the UK equivalent of FOX News, and controlled by Rupert Murdoch. Rupert Murdoch is the former husband of Wendi Deng, who it has been alleged, mainly by the Daily Mail was a little to close to Anthony Charles Lynton Blair source.

Murdoch and Wendi

I don’t really buy this story, (although I have enjoyed writing about it previously), it has a whiff of the Cliffords about it. How better to confuse questions about Blair’s sexual preferences than by creating a story about him over the side with Wendi. It’s a real shame her and Lord Murdemort have split up, they always looked so well suited to each other. (Tale as old as time)

Anyway, dragging myself back to the point at hand, SKY News, the free voice of the globalists, gave Blair a platform, and did the BBC,  to warm about ISIS, and how if we don’t get involved, the terrorist threat will be even greater than it currently is after he and boy Bush sent other peoples children into Iraq and Afghanistan on the back of a lie to justify Blair’s sycophantic grovelling deal made to Dubber previously.

So Anthony Charles Lynton Blair, even for the less awakened members of the British Public, you are a totally discredit has been, who will one day have to answer for your betrayal of the honest men and women in the street, who put their trust in you, and were let down in the most dishonorable manner when you sold your soul to the devil.

For everyone’s sake, please keep your opinions to yourself, we don’t trust you, we don’t like you, and most of all, we don’t want you to hear from you.

Love is a many splendid thing. Bit of a funny old handshake?

Love is a many splendid thing.



 

World Hero’s Iceland Arrest Corrupt Rothschild Bankers

federalreservestockholdersBit behind with this story, but where Iceland lead, the rest should follow. World governments won’t do it, so it’s up to the people to force them. Just read this, re-blogged from The Daily Paul.

“The truth of the matter is… No one, except the Icelanders, have to been the only culture on the planet to carry out this successfully. Not only have they been successful, at overthrowing the corrupt Gov’t, they’ve drafted a Constitution, that will stop this from happening ever again.

“That’s not the best part… The best part, is that they have arrested ALL Rothschild/Rockefeller banking puppets, responsible for the Country’s economic Chaos and meltdown. Last week 9 people were arrested in London and Reykjavik for their possible responsibility for Iceland’s financial collapse in 2008, a deep crisis which developed into an unprecedented public reaction that is changing the country’s direction…”

“…Pressure from Icelandic citizens’ has managed not only to bring down a government, but also begin the drafting of a new constitution (in process) and is seeking to put in jail those bankers responsible for the financial crisis in the country.”

“Sigurdur Einarsson, former chairman of the defunct Icelandic bank Kaupthing, was arrested in London at 5:30 this morning along with the bank’s biggest customer, Robert Tchenguiz, and five others in a joint operation by the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and the Office of the Special Prosecutor in Iceland.”

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Even The Mail Is Warning Us About Goldman Sachs.

MailHow refreshing to read something in the Mail that makes you think they actually employ real journalists. The problem is of course that so much of their editorial is highly spun propaganda, that an article like this gets over looked, or even deleted.

Much of the alternative media, including us, have been warning about the financial take over of the world by Goldman Sachs for sometime, but it has largely been ignored by the globalist controlled MSM. You can read our previous posts here:

https://wakeuptothematrix.wordpress.com/2012/04/18/goldman-sachs-rules-the-world-bank-of-england-next/

https://wakeuptothematrix.wordpress.com/2013/05/02/hmrc-let-goldman-sachs-off-20000000-tax-bill/

https://wakeuptothematrix.wordpress.com/2013/02/07/goldman-sachs-finally-acts-to-take-over-the-bank-of-england-mark-carney/

https://wakeuptothematrix.wordpress.com/2013/08/07/governor-of-the-bank-of-england-mark-carney-shows-whos-boss/

Just remember the famous quote by Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild “Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws!”

I found it quite funny today hearing the news that the National Audit Office are now saying that the Government (Vince Cabal Cable) under sold Royal Mail so much that British taxpayers lost hundreds of millions of pounds.  In setting the price for the sell off, Vince Cabal Cable sort advice from the investment bank Lazard, who received £1.5 million for its advice. Also with their snouts in the sell off trough were UBS, Goldman Sachs, Barclays and Merrill Lynch, with total the total fees coming to about £12.7 million.

Anyway, back to the Mails article. We are re-publishing it here, just in case it vanishes into the black hole of truth censorship.

How the vampire squid is controlling our lives: They helped cause the crash. Then profited from it. Now, from the Bank of England to the Fed, ex-Goldman Sachs chiefs are pulling the levers of power.

By ALEX BRUMMER

Amid the recent management shake-up at the top  of the Bank of England, as  it was dragged into the investigation of the alleged fixing of the £3 trillion-a-day foreign-exchange markets, one crucial appointment went almost unnoticed.

While public attention was understandably focused on an Egyptian-born mother of twins becoming only the second female deputy governor of the bank, the far more influential appointment was that of economist Ben Broadbent.

As the new deputy governor for monetary policy, he is now the predominant voice on the future direction of interest rates.

Ben Broadbent, the Bank of England's new deputy governor for monetary policy

 

His work will have a huge effect on the lives of the British people, for he will have a key role in deciding when the record five years of super-low mortgage rates will end — a decision that will inevitably lead to home-owners facing considerably bigger monthly bills.

But there is one crucial fact that should concern us about the Cambridge and Harvard-educated Broadbent: he spent a decade during the boom-and-bust years as the senior economist at the global headquarters of the investment bank Goldman Sachs.

He joins an elite few who hold senior positions in the world’s most powerful central banks — from London to New York, Frankfurt and beyond — and all of whom come from this one company, which was controversially described by Rolling Stone magazine as ‘a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money’.

The fact that so many alumni of the world’s most profitable — as well as most ruthless and cunning — investment bank wield such a level of influence in these central banks is nothing short of remarkable.

Because Goldman Sachs is an institution that, as I will explain, not only helped cause the financial crisis in 2008, but also profited from it — hugely enriching its own staff while leaving a trail of chaos for taxpayers to clear up.

Do we really want one of the most controversial financial institutions on the planet, which was eventually fined a record £343 million for shamelessly misleading investors during the crisis, to have so many of its ex-staff holding the levers of power in the City of London?

What makes the choice of Broadbent an issue of major public concern is that his period at Goldman saw the New York investment firm deeply embroiled in some of the most shocking financial scandals of  recent years.

First, there was the crisis triggered by the sub-prime mortgage disaster, when vast quantities of loans were made by U.S. banks to homeowners who could never pay them back.

This reached disaster point in 2007-8, once the loans had been sold on by banks and institutions around the world — by which time they had been packaged up as financial instruments or ‘derivatives’ so complicated that no one could tell how toxic they were.

Goldman Sachs played a key part in inventing these poisonous derivatives, which were a major factor in triggering the financial crisis.

But even more morally offensive was that once people finally began to realise how dangerous these derivatives were, Goldman Sachs started making money by speculating in the market that they would collapse in value.

So not only did the bank help create the crisis, it also profited from it.

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It was the same Goldman Sachs that, during the financial crisis in 2008, when, like all financial institutions, its shares were falling, accepted a $10 billion bailout from the U.S. government.

Handily, many of its former staff — such as Hank Paulson, who was then U.S. Treasury Secretary — happened to be in key posts in the government when the decision was made.

Then there is the fact that Goldman Sachs reportedly arranged with the Right-wing Greek government to present the national accounts in the best possible light so that Greece could join the Eurozone in 2001. The bank was subsequently involved in elaborate schemes that masked the true horror of the country’s public debt crisis, which saw Greece having to be bailed out by the EU and left in economic ruins.

Despite this, Goldman bosses were able to pick up $111 million in bonuses soon afterwards, which were understandably branded an outrage as they were awarded during the worst recession for 80 years — one that had mainly been caused by irresponsible bank behaviour.

'A vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money' - Matt Taibbi in Rolling Stone

‘A vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money’ – Matt Taibbi in Rolling Stone

 

Influence in high places, though, did not stop Goldman from being heavily fined by the Wall Street regulator, the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), in 2010 for selling dodgy complex securities, based on sub-prime mortgages, to clients including the hapless Royal Bank of Scotland.

What makes the behaviour of Goldman Sachs so shameless is the arrogance with which it has sought to protect its reputation and the claims its bosses like to make for  its integrity.

The group’s chairman and chief executive, the smiling and fast-talking former trader Lloyd Blankfein, stunned everyone last year when he offensively boasted — amid Goldman’s return to fat profits — that the bank was doing ‘God’s work’.

Perhaps it is this arrogance that enables former Goldman executives, such as Ben Broadbent at the Bank of England, to rise ineffably to the very top jobs in international finance.

With the approval of Chancellor George Osborne, 49-year-old Broadbent was plucked from his relatively obscure role as an external member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee and promoted over the head of the Old Lady’s best and brightest internal prospects.

His elevation to the top economic role at Britain’s central bank means he will now be making the crucial interest rate, inflation and growth forecasts for the Bank’s quarterly Inflation Report — on which key decisions are made that affect millions of people.

Broadbent’s promotion must have seemed the most natural thing in the world to the Bank of England’s Canadian governor Mark Carney.

Carney, after all, is himself an Old Goldmanite and a member of the most exclusive club in world economic policy-making — much more influential than David Cameron’s kitchen cabinet of Old Etonians.

Carney spent the largest stretch of his career — from 1990 to 2003 — working for Goldman Sachs in Tokyo, New York and London.

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney spent the longest stretch of his career working at Goldman Sachs

The chairman of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, arguably the most powerful figure in European finance, is another former Goldman Sachs banker

Alumni: Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, left, spent the longest stretch of his career working at Goldman Sachs. The chairman of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi is another former Goldman Sachs banker

 

The choice of Goldman bankers for senior roles at the Bank of England  is a novel development for an institution that has always frowned on any suggestions of dual loyalty or conflicts of interest.

When Gordon Brown was Chancellor (from 1997 to 2007), he steadfastly refused to appoint the person many regarded as the most talented economist of his generation, Gavyn Davies, as governor of the Bank of England.

Brown feared a political backlash because of Davies’s role as the millionaire chief global economist at Goldman Sachs, and the fact that his wife, Sue Nye, was a special assistant to the Chancellor.

However, despite 13 years in a variety of roles at Goldman, and a successful stint as governor of the Bank of Canada, Carney was given not only the Bank of England role but also the job of chairman of the Financial Stability Board.

This is the body established by the G20 committee of rich and emerging market nations to try to reform global banking — including the rapacious bonus culture — in the aftermath of the 2007-9 credit crunch.

Indeed, Old Goldmanites seem to be everywhere. When Broadbent and Carney meet fellow central bankers, there will be a number of familiar faces around the table.

The Goldman Sachs booth at the NYSE: The banks culture of ever-more complex securities and trades was at the core of the financial crisis

The Goldman Sachs booth at the NYSE: The banks culture of ever-more complex securities and trades was at the core of the financial crisis

The chairman of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, who is credited with rescuing Euroland from total implosion with his promise to do ‘whatever it takes’ to save the euro, is another former Goldman Sachs banker.

Arguably, he is the most powerful figure in European finance, having forced Euroland interest rates down to rock-bottom levels and bought the government bonds of Europe’s struggling ‘Club Med’ economies before exchanging them for cash.

He is now trying to tackle Europe’s near-bankrupt banking system.

In the U.S., there is the amiable Bill Dudley, the former head of U.S. economics at Goldman, who is now president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the operating arm of America’s central bank.

Goldman boss Lloyd Blankfein once explained to me that one of the advantages of paying Goldman Sachs’s bankers so lavishly — they sit at the top of the bankers’ pay league — was that the ‘partners’ can retire young and very rich, and then go off to jobs in the public service.

There is, however, a deeply disturbing paradox in the fact that Goldman bankers are now effectively running the world’s monetary system.

The Goldman culture of creating ever-more complex securities and trades, coupled with absurdly high pay and bonuses as incentives for the bank’s workforce, were at the very core of the financial crisis that brought the world to the brink of economic collapse and led to a long period of painful austerity.

None of these former Goldman economists and executives, who are now the overlords of the global economy, seems to have predicted the fact that the world was sitting on a financial time-bomb.

It seems very strange that when there are so many talented economic thinkers, Nobel prize winners and lifelong central bankers to be called upon, it is nearly always Goldmanites that carry off the plum jobs.

Allowing such a cultish group to control the levers of global finance shows, I would suggest, a worrying lack of imagination and judgment by the ruling class of politicians that appointed them.

The concentration of such huge economic power in the hands of a small cabal of economists and financiers, drawn from such a narrow pool of interests, is deeply unhealthy.

However honourable the motives of this group, there remains a fear that when the next crisis comes — as it inevitably will — their concern to protect their cronies in the banking world will take precedence over their responsibility to look after the long-suffering public.

Read the original article here.

BBC Children In Need 2013. More Of The Same Old Hypocrisy.

Banksy Savile bbc smallAre you ready for it, got your red nose within reach, oh sorry, that’s Len’s gig isn’t it, not Tel’s, I get a bit confused with these guilt trip telethons. Look, I kicked off about it last year (here), so I won’t go on about it too much, but here are a few points to consider.

No child on this planet should be in need in 2013. One little old lady in Buckingham Palace has enough personal wealth to solve these problems over night.

How much does it cost the BBC to run this “boost a celebrities profile” campaign each year? It’s your money they are wasting to ask you to give up more cash. Sounds familiar doesn’t it.

Why does Pudsey have one eye covered? Bit symbolic that!

This is all from the corporation who systematically covered up child abuse within its walls.

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Prince Philip, Back To His Normal Insulting Self.

PhilWell, Philip Battenberg / Mountbatten / Windsor, is back, hoorah. Yes the 92 year old Duke was out and about today taking the micky out of less fortunate, mainly younger pensioners who have to use zimmer frames. Well they don’t have access to the same elixir of life he does do they. Phil2

You have to admire the old Duke, he has a great sense of humour, here’s one he told today. There was this little girl in a football like game and the Duke asked if they get bonus points for knocking her off of the ball. LOLHRH. Not as many bonus points as you get for taking out a Mercedes in a Tunnel, that’s for sure. (allegedly)