The Curious Case of the Georgia Guidestones and Ms. Carney
Tuesday, November 27, 2012 – by Staff Report
New Bank of England Governor Mark Carney's wife: an eco-warrior who says banks are rotten ... The British wife of the new Bank of England Governor is a strident environmental activist who urges people to spend less money on possessions, and once declared: "Having more stuff does not make us happy." Diana Carney has expressed sympathy for the anti-banking Occupy movement and suggested that global financial institutions are "rotten or inadequate". She has described the notion that humans should halt all consumption to save the environment as a "good point" but "very hard given the way our societies function", and has also lamented the "relentless exhortations to buy and the fact that much of our sense of self is tied up in our possessions" – UK Telegraph
Dominant Social Theme: Green thinking is necessary.
Free-Market Analysis: The wife of the head of the Bank of England, one of the most important posts in banking circles, sounds like an out and out Luddite.
This is most imporant information because it provides us with yet another insight into the belief systems of banking elites. Here is the definition of a Luddite ... courtesy, Wikipedia:
The Luddites were 19th-century English textile artisans who violently protested against the machinery introduced during the Industrial Revolution that made it possible to replace them with less-skilled, low-wage labourers, leaving them without work. Historian Eric Hobsbawm has called their machine wrecking "collective bargaining by riot", which had been a tactic used in Britain since the Restoration, as the scattering of manufactories throughout the country made large-scale strikes impractical.
The movement was named after Ned Ludd, a youth who had allegedly smashed two stocking frames 30 years earlier, and whose name had become emblematic of machine destroyers. The name evolved into the imaginary General Ludd or King Ludd, a figure who, like Robin Hood, was reputed to live in Sherwood Forest.
Ms. Carney does not consider modern industrial society to be very desirable. She is against banking and modern farming and wants to use old-fashioned agricultural methods for farming.
She is part of a what we could call a neo-medieval movement to return the peasants to the land. Britain's Prince Charles is an exponent of this sort of thing, as well. If you compared the views of Charles and Ms. Carney, you'd probably not find much difference with the exception, perhaps, of architecture.
Ms. Carney doesn´t actually believe smaller is better. She wants bigness, just a different kind of bigness, and she wants that bigness inserted above the "little people" that she wants to look out for. Here's some more:
She is vice-president of Canada 2020, a Left-wing think tank, and reviews environmentally-friendly products. The couple, who have four daughters with dual British-Canadian citizenship, live in Rockcliffe Park, Ottawa, one of Canada's richest enclaves where their neighbours include ambassadors and executives. Mr and Mrs Carney bought their home for £800,000 in August 2003, but its value is believed to have risen substantially. Records suggest that they made £95,000 of improvements in 2009.
Ms. Carney has reportedly stated that income inequality in countries such as Canada and Britain was "the defining issue of our time." To combat this defining issue, she endorses the Soros-funded Occupy Wall Street movment that is an evident and obvious false flag. "The grass is always greener on the other side and the Occupy movement has provided a voice to many unhappy people."
Not only that but the Telegraph article excerpted above tells us that she is critical of "top earners" – presumably including her husband. "I perceive a fear that the institutions that underpin our country and the global system are either threatened, rotten or inadequate to face down the challenges of the future."
Within this context, then, we can see Ms. Carney is not only anti-industry; she is part of a process that is whipping up resentment against wealthy people.
These wealthy people are NOT the source of trouble in the world. There seems to be a tiny elite clique of banking families and facilitators that has pursued an intergenerational conspiracy to create world government. It is to their advantage to reposition social envy and anger so as to create a class war that virtually excuses them while blaming a larger class of rich individuals for the mischief being plotted at the very top.