Monday, November 10, 2008

Gordon Brown blurts it out …

PM to urge global finance reform

Taken straight from the BBC article: "And if we learn from our experience of turning unity of purpose into unity of action, we can together seize this moment of change in our world to create a truly global society," Mr Brown will say, according to pre-released extracts of his speech. The UK, the US and Europe are key to establishing a new world order, he will argue.

Posted by mark wadsworth @ 07:28 AM (749 views)
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5 thoughts on “Gordon Brown blurts it out …

  • And the first reform should be to remove government leaders who promote unsustainable credit booms.

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  • A “truly global society” with countries “working together” would entail the end of opt out clauses and
    racing to the bottom to attract e.g. hedge funds, it would mean the end of beggar thy neighbour financial regulation,
    tax loopholes for the rich, the end as a consequence for isle of man and guernsey, leichtenstein and switzerland as centres for tax evasion.

    This would represent quite a turn around for GB who has many friends in high places inconvenienced by thoughts of such change.

    What he really wants is a temporary solidarity and a strengthening e.g. of the IMF so that the UK economy can be bailed out.

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  • Has anyone else noticed that Brown is doing exactly everything to centralise money control, isn’t this what the big players in the banking game wanted all along ? Brown is being allowed to get away with it, at home and abroad. I am hoping that this is all part of the spin for next years election, all part of the tax cuts and lower mortgages and he isn’t actually being taken seriously by the international community.

    I am still at the stage where I haven’t accepted this labour government as our elected leaders let alone Gordon Brown as PM, like most other people, when I see him on Television I have to turn over, he is so repulsive.

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  • Consistent with his “what me guv?” Get rid of Brown first and his spinning of the facts.

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  • To give gordon brown the credit due, he is doing a wonderful job of deflecting attention from the mess he has created in the u.k. If he can give is rhetoric about new world orders and more just worlds just a bit more of a spiritual spin he could aim to become the next archbishop of canterbury.

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