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Bank of England's King: Monetary Policy Committee or Morbid Personality Cultist?

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Jonnie Goodboy
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« on: March 05, 2011, 08:56:18 am »

Mervyn King (Govn'r of BoE) warns of possible double dip recession.

Well what parasitic kind of a message is that since we've all known about that possibility, (or have 'we')?
So is it just King pretending to be so Smart and on the beleagered public's side or is it an example of double-speak when he talks about more necessary constraints on the banking sector if excess derivatives founded disaster is to be avoided the second time! Is it all to facilitate ever more increased leverage upon Parliament by the MPC and is that a good thing when we look at the history of the MPC & it's involvement with creating the ideal environment in the UK for the first round of 'The Great 2nd Depression'?

One of the most viewed articles I ever published Go'Darn you.

We were informed in 2009 that Mervyn King wanted to revoke the Bank of England Act that gives Parliament some little power to veto BoE Decisions ... except those of the MPC.

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"When the righteous become many, the people rejoice; but when anyone wicked bears rule, the people sigh".
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