Financial Terrorism & No smoke without fire.
6th January 2017 at 11:36 am #8278
The first thing to do when someone knows he/she is complicit is to ‘deny’ involvement.
It’s often said that this is the default response of a pathalogical liar.
According to the BBC
The failure to predict the financial crisis was a “Michael Fish” moment for economists, the Bank of England’s chief economist has said. Andy Haldane compared financial forecasts to the famously inaccurate forecast by the BBC weatherman, ahead of the UK’s great storm of 1987.
He said the profession was “to some degree in crisis” following the 2008-09 crash and the Brexit vote. The Bank denies claims it gave gloomy forecasts to support the Remain side
Well, the bank would say that… wouldn’t it ?
Why should we believe a ‘profession’ run by criminals and financial terrorists ?
This needs a much deeper investigation.
Scientists and 'experts' are ten-a-penny these days. Some will say whatever you want them to say; it's just a matter of discussing a price - or by using blackmail to get the desired outcome.
(Not a famous quote; it's just my natural cynicism)9th January 2017 at 7:13 pm #8309
I keep saying it, Merve the swerve switched the BoE pension funds out of stocks and shares and into Gov Bonds just in the nick of time.
How was your pension fund ?
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