Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of Canada, has a new job. He will soon be the governor of the Bank of England (BoE).
The BoE was first promoted in 1693 by a retired pirate, William Paterson. The BoE original bylaws were to ensure
that the bank complied with its hidden purpose, viz. to fleece the English people in perpetuity by allowing the creation of the nation’s money and means of exchange out of nothing, at interest.
Has the bank’s hidden purpose been changed since its founding in 1694? Read this fascinating essay by former South African Reserve Bank director, Stephen Goodson (who was booted from the Reserve Bank in 2012 because he questioned the accuracy of the world’s newest religion, Holocaustianity).