Sunday, 22 November 2009

Who do you work for?

The civil servant who oversaw the taxpayers’ stake in Britain’s crisis-hit banks is at the centre of a conflict-of-interest row after it emerged he is to join a leading investment bank.

John Kingman, the former chief executive of UK Financial Investments, is to become the new managing director of NM Rothschild.

The move is expected to be confirmed as early as this week, four months after he resigned from his £143,000 job controlling taxpayers’ stakes in the bailed-out banks.

They used monopoly money created out of thin air to buy banks with, from the BOE. Rothschild's bailed out the BOE a hundred years ago. This reminds me of Blair walking into a JP Morgan 'consultancy' position after decimating this country.

A good time to post this clip from the prophetic 1976 film 'Network'.


1 comment:

Fausty said...

No matter how guilty they obviously are, they won't face censure, let alone prosecution, because the bankers make the political decisions. Geithner, for instance.

"Permit me to issue and control the money of the nation and I care not who makes its laws. — Mayer Amsched Rothchild

Leaked documents from the G20 summit in Scotland would seem to confirm this.