The Contrarian

“In the investment markets, what everyone knows is usually not worth knowing.”

Incest, Wall Street, Brexit and the EU

For many years, informed people have criticized that the tentacles and influence of Wall Street extends around the globe. Goldman Sachs (GS) was so dominant in Washington’s places of power, especially the US Treasury, that people called the Treasury a subsidiary of GS. Even the current head of the European Central Banks (ECB) is a former GS executive.

Here is an excerpt of an article from The Washington Examiner about the revolving door between GS and the EU officials:

Jose Manuel Barroso was president of the European Commission (the central governing apparatus of the European Union) for a decade. His central mission was expansion and centralization of the EU.

Barroso saw Britain’s exit from the EU, the “Brexit,” as a horrible idea. “It will not be wise for Britain to now make a jump in the dark,” Barroso said. “It is quite obvious from my point of view that we are stronger if we are together.”

Today Goldman Sachs, the New York-based global investment bank, announced: “The appointment of José Manuel Barroso as non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International (GSI). He will also be an advisor to Goldman Sachs.”

Yes, incest is not desirable. But there is nothing to prevent it.

The Brits decided they had enough of the “globalism” agenda controlled by the large investment banks and voted to exit and be independent again. The EU dictatorship has no resemblance to the original concept that was sold to the people of Europe. A clash is now spreading all over Europe.

The establishment didn’t expect the Brexit vote. They now have to make sure that Britain will fail economically to assure that other countries will not get the same idea. Who will win? Watch the media blitz talking about how bad things are getting in Britain.

Will the forces of freedom win, or the establishment? It’s up to the people everywhere. To the victor belong the spoils.

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