Posted on October 21, 2010 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
Tony Benn and 73 others wrote on 4 August 2010 in The Guardian: The time to organise resistance is now.
We reject these cuts as simply malicious ideological vandalism, hitting the most vulnerable the hardest. Join us in the fight.
I just saw Mark Serwotka’s most remarkable speech on video on the occasion of a Coalition of Resistance rally. To add fuel to everybody’s fires, I would like to draw to your attention:
1. The economic crisis was an ‘inside job’ – a summary of the film review Inside Job
2. The analysis of UK Budgets of the last 10 years – revealing the purpose of the ‘crisis’
3. The growth of interest payments in the austerity budget – the real reason behind the ‘crisis’
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tagged: Bank of England, Forum for Stable Currencies, House of Lords, Mark Serwotka, Public and Commercial Services Union, The Guardian, Tony Benn, Trade union, Treasury Select Committee | 3 Comments »
Posted on February 14, 2010 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
The investment community is obviously very much up to speed with naked capitalism as it presents itself before the market of “financial products”.
One of its excellent groupings is GATA, the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee that sends out remarkable daily news.
Today it unearthed “news” about the interwar period of 1925 – 1931 when the Bank of England rigged the data about gold to manipulate its price, in cahoots with the Federal Reserve.
GATA has been following the current gold price manipulation for years.
Here’s the latest academic research.
Filed under: Central Banks | Tagged: Bank of England, Fed, GATA | Leave a comment »
Posted on December 27, 2009 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
I call it a “fobbing off” letter. Our legal advisor writes “valuable evidence” and one of our victims turned “star fighter” is over the moon because of the inaccuracy it contains. We are still thinking about our response.
Filed under: Bank of England | Tagged: Bank of England, Mervyn King | 3 Comments »