Finally the successor to Mervyn King is announced. In one corner was Goldman Sachs Jim O’Neil and in the other was Goldman Sachs Mark Carney who was the lucky winner.  Carney is not due to takeover from King until next June but ZeroHedge put forward a theory of Carney being picked for damage limitations purposes.

“Why not get a head that’s global? Bankers aren’t very popular, and a Canadian sounds like a good choice,” said Kent Matthews, a professor at Cardiff University and former Bank of England researcher. “It may well be that to restore credibility they have to look outside.”

 

So that’s the strategy: play Carney off as a Canadian, instead of as Goldman. We wonder how many minutes the general public will be fooled by that particular strawman.

Click here for map of Goldman Sach’s European domination so far.

Remember the trader Alessio Rastani on the BBC declare

“The governments don’t rule the world, Goldman Sachs rules the world.”

Check out the clip at 2:38

source: ZeroHedge, Guardian, Huffington Post

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