Feb. 11, 2022
If you thought Harper and Trudeau were divisive leaders, just wait until you meet Mark Carney.
From where I sit the following scenario is likely in the next few weeks; Trudeau will leave his position by force and/or by plan but the Liberal party will hang on with its minority government propped up by the lack of opposition from a milquetoast conservative leadership and the boot-licking NDP. After a rushed internal vote the Liberal party will nominate Mark Carney as leader and he will step into the position of Prime Minister of Canada; un-elected and mostly unknown by the Canadian population.
It is entirely possible that this transition will come about as an 'emergency measure' should the Russian Federation decide to move into the Ukraine, an action most likely to put Canada on a war footing. As such, Mr. Carney would become Canada's next 'war time' Prime Minister with all the powers of The Emergencies Act at his fingertips (LINK).
Who is Mark Carney and where did he come from? Mr. Carney was born in the tiny community of Fort Smith, in the North West Territories of Canada in 1965 to parents who are recorded as teachers. From there the family moved to British Columbia when Mark was in grade school where his teachers remember him as being an outstanding student, keen to be involved in class.
After high-school, Mark received a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Harvard University and a master’s degree and doctorate in Economics from Oxford University. How many children born in Fort Smith go to Harvard and Oxford?
After spending thirteen years with Goldman Sachs in London, Tokyo, New York and Toronto, Mark became Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada in 2003 and held that position for a year. After which Mark became Senior Associate Deputy Minister of Finance until 2008 when he was appointed Governor of the Bank of Canada where he served until 2013 when he left Canada for more global opportunities
Between 2013 and 2020 Mark served as Governor of the Bank of England and Chair of the Monetary Policy Committee, Financial Policy Committee and the Board of the Prudential Regulation Committee. During that time he also held the Chair of the Financial Stability Board (FSB) from 2011 to 2018, Chair of the Economic Cooperation Council of Governors of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) from 2017 to 2020, First Vice-Chair of the European Systemic Risk Board, a member of the Group of Thirty and the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum (Klaus Schwab's organization).
At this point some of you reading this will be impressed with Mr. Carney's credentials and experience and I imagine you were also impressed with Stephen Harper's handling of Canada. Others reading this will instantly recognize the dangers to Canada and its population that the leadership of Mr. Carney represents, especially during a time when civil liberties and human rights have been curtailed because of war and/or some new health emergency.
In a Globe and Mail editorial, Mark comes out fighting for the globalists cause by suggesting that protesting Canadians are not a grass-roots movement but an international conspiracy that must be crushed:
Mr. Carney has just recently let his presence in Canada (he's been back here for the 'pandemic') and his dislike of Canadians be known when he spoke out against the truck convoys and on-going protests in several Canadian cities.
“...by now anyone sending money to the convoy should be in no doubt: You are funding sedition. Foreign funders of an insurrection interfered in our domestic affairs from the start. Canadian authorities should take every step within the law to identify and thoroughly punish them. The involvement of foreign governments and any officials connected to them should be identified, exposed and addressed.”
Where was he when American and global interests sabotaged Canada's energy industry, pipelines and economic prosperity between 2008 and 2018? That skullduggery is worth a post unto itself, but I digress.
Why am I and many others fearful of the prospect of 'Prime Minister Carney'? For the same reason that Central Banking, the United Nations and the World Economic Forum (WEF) send a shiver up my spine; he will be handing the reins of Canada to powers that exist off-shore and have no love for Canadians, its various cultures or its ecology. He will head Canada's 'Green New Deal' with all of its food and energy rationing, draconian societal control mechanisms and horrible loss of natural wealth to off-shore interests.
Mr. Carney launched the 'Taskforce for Scaling Voluntary Carbon Markets', which is the new, Carbon Economy writ large. Mark did this with the help of global investors and bankers, one of them being 'Standard Chartered', a bank still reeling from paying out over 1 Billion dollars in fines for money laundering (LINK), (LINK),
If that all sounds quite legitimate to you then you must read about what a 'carbon economy' will do to Canada and the world. Gasoline prices rose another ten cents this week and now in Alberta sit at just under $1.50 for a liter of 'regular' fuel. Diesel fuel followed suit. Other provinces are experiencing higher prices. Under a strict 'environmental' government, how much more will it rise? How much more will farmers spend to run their equipment and supply food to your table? How much more will it cost to transport that food?
Failing a global natural catastrophe, I believe that Canada is headed into dark times; dark enough that I would almost welcome a catastrophe if it were to change the direction we now find ourselves in. I hope that I am wrong about my projections, but the winds blowing today bring the scent of death to my nostrils.
"Live every day as if you've come back in time from a dystopian future to try and prevent everything from breaking."
Charlie Jane Anders