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Britain's Brown wants new global financial order

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posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 03:55 PM
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I think I ought to point out that our esteemed prime minister was Chancellor Of The Exchequer for the last ten years while Tony Blair was prime minister, this means that for the last ten years this is the man who has been in control of the British economy. I wonder how much involvement he's had in helping plan and carry out this blatant power grab, whoops I mean financial downturn.




posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 04:01 PM
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Originally posted by yellowbeard
I think I ought to point out that our esteemed prime minister was Chancellor Of The Exchequer for the last ten years while Tony Blair was prime minister, this means that for the last ten years this is the man who has been in control of the British economy. I wonder how much involvement he's had in helping plan and carry out this blatant power grab, whoops I mean financial downturn.


Starred as I did not even consider that thought... Let alone entertain it. Well done Mr. Beard!



posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 04:02 PM
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So Mr. Brown wants this. Now, in this case he is on the "who is going to answer in front of a judge for his crimes" list. Good to know that the list is growing and growing day by day. We don't need these sort of people anymore on the planet. Hah. Destroyers of cultures.



posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 04:10 PM
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What a stupid idea...

Yeah, that's great, unify all the central banks... so when there's an economic problem, EVERYONE crashes instead of just a few countries.

... idiot.

He just wants to have control over other countries financial capabilities, plain and simple. We recognize empire building when we see it, we're not stupid.



posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 04:12 PM
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Originally posted by johnsky
We recognize empire building when we see it, we're not stupid.


Hah! The British Empire has never been out of rule


I keed.



posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 04:24 PM
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reply to post by A55A551N
 


Might not be too far from the truth. These large families have been around for a very long time. If the Royal Family is involved....



posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 04:27 PM
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Oh don't do that geeeeze! You'll scare the bloody crap out of me mate! Haha

Edited to keep on topic: But yeah it is seeming the more and more we delve into October though, I'm sure I'm not the only one noticing, the nearer we get to the "Public state of emergency" that's being predicted.

[edit on 26-9-2008 by A55A551N]



posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 04:45 PM
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Originally posted by A55A551N
As far as I recall there was an election... With him and David Cameron as the forerunners?

I am pretty sure my parents voted. All the schools around here were used as polling stations... 0_o


I think you're getting confused with the last bout of local elections.

During the last General Election, back in May 2005, Tony Blair was the leader of the Labour party and Michael Howard was the leader of the Conservatives. Brown didn't become Labour leader until last summer and Cameron became party leader in December 2005 following the ballots in the wake of Howard stepping down after the General Election defeat.

Brown's place as party leader has been 'an agreement' for a long time and 'an understanding' between him and Blair. He certainly wasn't elected as Prime Minister. In fact, don't you remember the brouhaha this time last year about the speculation as to whether Brown would hold a 'snap election'?

I think most schools and churches &c are roped in to be used as voting stations. For the past 16 years, the local baptist church has been where I've filled in my ballot paper.



posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 05:23 PM
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Originally posted by Techsnow
What Brown is saying is scary because it almost sounds like a proposal to unify the central banks.


The central banks are already unified.

Rothschilds.

Why do you think President Jackson has "I killed the bank" engraved on his tombstone...?

There have been 2 presidents whom have stopped the central banks 2 times in US history one was Andrew Jackson, the other Lincoln...with the help of the Tzar of russia.

But the Rothschild s succeeded in 1913 with the Federal Reserve.

Only 7 nations in the world do not have a Rothschild controlled bank.

P.S. JP Morgan is owned by them as well...and whos doing quite well right now...hmmmm



posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 06:28 PM
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Just one comment, hope it doesn't get censured by the new ATS "thought police".

If that idiot had a pint of decency left in him, he would resign and call for a general election.
He is an illegitimate, and unwanted, "leader" that represents nothing but himself. As a citizen he has the right to is opinion, as a representative of the British people he has no legitimacy to speak or to put forth any policy...

I am just sadden that the Queen doesn't put this idiot in his place, by bringing down the government...I am sure that in the next Parliament this thing, called Gordon Brown, will not even have a place in the backbench...

To have this moron as the leader of one of the most powerful western Nations, in a time of world crises, puts the British political system to shame...and shows just how much the role of the Royal Family has been eroded. Let that serve as a lesson to the British people, next time they shake up the UK's ballance of power...



posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 06:57 PM
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Originally posted by NorthWolfe CND
I am sure that in the next Parliament this thing, called Gordon Brown, will not even have a place in the backbench...


I've thought this myself for quite a while. My money is on 'to spend more time with the family' after having held the two most senior posts in the country for a good few years: 10 years as Chancellor and however many he manages to hold onto as Prime Minister.

He's a wanker who's scuppered the country, but, objectively, he's had a long innings as a senior politician. Whilst the rest of the country might be screaming for his head, I'm sure cross-party opinion is that he did quite well as a 'career politician' and many are actually envious of his length of stay despite what he actually did whilst in power.

Cameron's not going to be any better though. People, as always, confuse 'change' with 'better'. That's one of the reasons why two party politics is doomed. It's like flicking a switch that only has 2 positions. People get bored/angry with one so they just lazily flip the switch to the other setting. The fact that it's not the previous setting is enough for them, until they realise that this new setting isn't much better after all, then they change again forgetting how much they previously hated the setting they're about to change to.

[edit on 26-9-2008 by Merriman Weir]



posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 12:58 AM
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Did you happen to see Cameron's interview, on Sky News?

I was very impressed by him. Not only did he handle almost every issue well, against five or six specialists in various fields, I was specially impressed by his courage and humility...

Of course, I had it taped and only watched it after that disaster called the "USA Presidential Debate"...So my expectations were a little, very, low.


I am going to see it again tonight when, hopefully, my braincells have had time to recuperate...


[edit on 27-9-2008 by NorthWolfe CND]



posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 01:53 AM
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The NWO crew is getting very nervous about the internet and its influence in the worlds political arena.

They don't control it 'yet' though that is next on their agenda as well.

There has already been a posting about this on ATS.

We must continue to educate the masses who is behind the curtain of shame and demand the last vestige of free speech be unbridled or 'owned'.

Continue to archive your favorite sites and their content for the future.

The tech savvy will continue to find ways to keep the internet a 'public' domain.



posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 02:04 AM
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Originally posted by NorthWolfe CND


If that idiot had a pint of decency left in him, he would resign and call for a general election.


No offense my friend, but he is a politician. In general, politicians havent room for a pint of decency in them as they are quite full of another substance.



posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 02:26 AM
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In my opinion .. just mine, ok ... Brown is the very worst example of souless puppet. He's so totally for sale, so lacking in any remotely worthwhile quality, that I've often considered emptying my piggy-bank and paying him to throw his hideous self into an active volcano.



posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 02:30 AM
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Yeah, I know you are right...


At least they contribute to the well being of certain local "small business".



posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 02:32 AM
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This is not the first time he has said that i think

not sure when he said it previously but ill have a look

there was also a financial article earlier this or last year stating that there would be a new banking order

david

[edit on 27-9-2008 by drevill]



posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 02:54 AM
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Hasn't China just used the "financial order" catch phrase?

It seems like alot of countries are calling for it.

[edit on 27-9-2008 by dodgygeeza]



posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 02:54 AM
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Hey, i'm sick of this stereotype you lot got with us Brits, were not all upperclass up our arses people, i dont dont sound like that, lol. Just kdding I know you didn't mean anything by it.

On a serious note, come back Tony Blair, I like the guy, I think he's the best Prime Minister we have had since Winston Churchill, Iraq set aside (he was just Bush's puppet on a string really), he had this country running smoothly. Now we have Brown, the country is upside down, last time it was like this there was some dozy bint in charge, Maggie Thatcher I do believe (I just puked a little in my mouth typing her name).

Peace



posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 03:59 AM
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Originally posted by woogleuk

On a serious note, come back Tony Blair, I like the guy, I think he's the best Prime Minister we have had since Winston Churchill, Iraq set aside (he was just Bush's puppet on a string really), he had this country running smoothly. Now we have Brown, the country is upside down, last time it was like this there was some dozy bint in charge, Maggie Thatcher I do believe (I just puked a little in my mouth typing her name).

Peace


No offence, but this is a strangely simplistic take on the situation. During Blair's time in power, Brown was his right hand man, the Chancellor and therefore Blair was generally in agreement of what Brown has been doing all these years. Many of the problems in this country were actually set in motion whilst Blair was in the seat.

Northern Rock, which collapsed only about 6 weeks after Brown came to office, has been in the wings for some time, certainly whilst Blair was still Prime Minister. The terror alerts and car bombs that happened almost as soon as Brown sat down were merely continuations of things that had been happening whilst Blair was still in power. The '10p Income Tax' farce was the fruits of something Brown did, with Blair's blessing, whilst he was still Chancellor and Blair the Prime Minister.

A lot of people saw it as Blair getting out 'just in time' as it was obvious it was all unravelling and inevitable that whoever took over was in for a rough ride. I'm really not sure how you can say 'Blair: good; Brown: bad' as much of what's happened has had the pair of them working in tandem. Blair must thank his new-found God every time he wakes up in the morning that someone else is taking the flak for a lot of what he was complicit in.



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