Tag Archives: George Osborne

HSBC Escaped U.S. Money-laundering Charges After UK Warned of “Global Financial Disaster”

Tuesday’s edition of the London Guardian writes that the new report issued by the U.S. House Financial Services Committee (HFSC) on July 11 said that direct British government interventions prevented HSBC from being charged with money-laundering by the Obama administration … Continue reading

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Osborne Brings Silk Road to Britain – in order to export a trilogy of lethal, infectious deseaseses known as: British “accountancy, consulting and law”?

[The same accountancy that facilitated unprecedented bankster criminality in the City and Wall St and mass impoverishment everywhere else?  The same consulting that promotes green genocide on a global scale – nowhere more so than China?  And the same law … Continue reading

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Major European Nations Join Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)

The China-initiated Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is becoming more and more clearly a central institution for global economic progress and growth in the decades ahead. Following the British decision March 12 to become the 28th founding nation of the … Continue reading

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UK Indepence Party Under Attack by the Queen’s Men

All the Queen’s horses and all the Queen’s men, couldn’t put the Empire back together again The UK Independence Party (UKIP), which is expected to win the upcoming European Parliamentary elections in the UK (the first time in over 100 … Continue reading

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Rebuilding the Brutish Empire Step by Step

Great Britain is attempting to rebuild its empire, step by step, in the midst of the meltdown of the trans-Atlantic system. Earlier this month while on tour in China, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced that the City of … Continue reading

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Uncertainty and Nervousness Reign in the Eurozone after Cyprus Deal

The brutal “deal” imposed on Cyprus has provoked total uncertainty and nervousness in the entire eurozone, despite vehement insistence from EU and EC officials that Cyprus was clearly a “unique” case and not a generalized policy for the region. London’s … Continue reading

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The Bankers Are Not Happy With Osborne’s Announcement

The announcement by Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne that the government will “electrify” the ring-fence between retail and investment banking in the Banking Reform bill, did not please the bankers. The Daily Telegraph cites one unnamed analyst from … Continue reading

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Osborne Says Govt. Legislation Will Electrify The ‘Ring Fence’

Self preservation is a great enabler, it can empower a person or a nation to feats they would otherwise not countenance during run of the mill business.  Take this recent statement by George Osborne as a case in point.  As … Continue reading

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Mandarins Move to Dump Osbourne

The Sunday Daily Mail reports that the “Mandarins at the top of Whitehall” ( those who really run the empire) want to dump Chancellor of the Exchequer  George Osborne and replace him with William Jefferson Hague, who is now Foreign … Continue reading

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OSBORNE RESPONSE TO LIBOR SCANDAL: DON’T EVEN THINK OF FURTHER INVESTIGATING THE BANKS

See also previous post. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne today responded to the announcement that Barclay’s CEO Robert Diamond will join chairman Marcus Agius in stepping down, as “the right decision.” But Osborne was quick to add, in response … Continue reading

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