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J P Morgan Hints At Job Josses On Brexit

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36446023

Dunno if this has been posted.

More Remain propaganda designed to frighten....

..I posted this on another thread:

"...JP Morgan is hardly British industry, which has almost disappeared since we joined 'the market' ....this is about democracy for the people ..denied possibly, it appears in the last election...focus on the real issues ...not the views of meddlers.... :rolleyes: "

Edited by South Lorne

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How many jobs went down the pan when the elite bankers crashed the economy in 2008?

Self serving hypocrisy.... This bloke like many others should be swinging from a lampost....

In any event he has no credibility JP Morgan are not entitled to comment on the EU they were tied up in the subterfuge which hid the levels of Greek debt allowing them to join the single currency.

The rest of that is as they say history......

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If you wonder what jp morgan have to do with this listen to this radio interview.

Dr Paul Craig Roberts forner US assistant secretary to the Treasury for Economic policy .Who explains the EU's beginnings as a project of the CIA and assesses its current role as an anti-democratic tool of corporate control. Whether or not a majority "leave " vote will actually lead to brexit .Dr Roberts argues that a decisive rejection of EU membership by UK citizens could embolden other EU member states to follow suit, thus precipitating the break up of NATO, and in turn bringing and end to Washingtons crazy designs for a New world order.

And Barrack Obamas visit was a bit of a reminder for David cameron to put on the pressure to scaremonger us into staying in the EU.

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thus precipitating the break up of NATO,

So it'll be called NuNATO.

Also with that amount of control and involvement it's quite likely that it was the US (intelligence service?) that suggested Britain refrain from joining the euro rather than any particular genius or brilliance by British Chancellors and Prime Ministers over the years (especially considering how one dimensional, unoriginal, ineffective and wrong their contributions to all things eu have been in the debates over the years).

Possibly in anticipation of the economic collapse that Sir Mervyn recently suggested was deliberate. Also as mentioned in the youtube link to control Britain whenever necessary by threatening to undermine the pound.

It's no real surprise that the US (and possibly the UK to a lesser extent) would have a significant say on whatever happened in europe (or at least the countries of Common Market europe) after World War 2 as especially the US was heavily garrisoned in Germany and elsewhere and effectively ruled Germany and much of europe after Germany's military defeat and for a long time would more or less tell them exactly what to do. That much was clear and well known well after WW2 although for sure there was/would be massive amounts of pretext involved in it all and in exactly what was happening especially regarding British sovereignty.

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If you wonder what jp morgan have to do with this listen to this radio interview.

Dr Paul Craig Roberts forner US assistant secretary to the Treasury for Economic policy .Who explains the EU's beginnings as a project of the CIA and assesses its current role as an anti-democratic tool of corporate control. Whether or not a majority "leave " vote will actually lead to brexit .Dr Roberts argues that a decisive rejection of EU membership by UK citizens could embolden other EU member states to follow suit, thus precipitating the break up of NATO, and in turn bringing and end to Washingtons crazy designs for a New world order.

And Barrack Obamas visit was a bit of a reminder for David cameron to put on the pressure to scaremonger us into staying in the EU.

How about TTIP?

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