Central Banks are complicit in the manipulation of financial markets including stock markets, commodities, gold and currency markets, not to mention the oil and energy markets which have been the object of a carefully engineered “pump and dump” speculative onslaught.
Who controls the central banks? Monetary policy does not serve the public interest.
The article below by Washington Blog quotes three influential central bankers: Mark Carney, Meryl King and Alan Greenspan.
The current governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney (image right) is a former Goldman Sachs official.
He went from Goldman to heading the Bank of Canada before being appointed Governor of the Bank of England.
At the time of his appointment he was not a citizen of the United Kingdom. A precedent was set: Mark Carney was the first foreigner to occupy that position since the founding of the Governor and Company of the Bank of England in 1694.
The issue was barely mentioned by the British media.
While Carney was appointed by Her Majesty, unofficially, he still has “links” to Goldman Sachs.
Is he in conflict of interest in relation to Goldman Sachs’ recent insinuations regarding the stability of the British Pound Sterling were the UK decide to exit the EU?
Insinuations of this nature combined with inside information are the basis for large scale speculative operations:
Daily Mail, February 2, 2016
Was Goldman Sachs’ claim really undermined by Bank of England Mark Carney as suggested by…