Here is Lord James on Sky telling the world about the world’s central bankers who are getting worried enough to be offering the British government free money.
Lord James describes his dealings with a secret organisation called “Foundation X” to Sky News. He claims that it “wants to help save the world”, and wishes to lend billions to Britain, interest free – in order to support a “massive improvement” in the jobs market, fund renewable energy, build schools and hospitals, and help the construction of Crossrail – which it will begin to provide the necessary funds for, if it receives a positive answer from the Government within the next week, by Christmas Day.
It has bemused all commenters on Play Political, which is hardly surprising, as most people think the central banks are part of the government of each country. They are not. The Bank Of England for example is privately owned, using a nominee system to hide the true owners. (The link is also on Conservativehome as the lead story).
My comments on PP –
Central Bankers have got into the habit of seeing themselves as above it all, and not really part of the human race, which is merely theirs to manipulate and exploit.
They are now finding out, or just beginning to find out, that they are just as much a part of the financial system as everyone else.
In some ways the moment of maximum danger is past. But while central banking remains a secret massively powerful entity beyond the control of governments and peoples, it will still be a danger.
By reading and educating yourself and others, you are doing something to bring the situation under control.
The central bankers themselves are frightened and want to come in from the cold. The Lord James video is entirely genuine, in my opinion, and shows that they want to talk.
They know that if the system collapses, they will be found out and strung up by the mob. They are trying to do something , a bit late in the day, but at least something is starting to happen.
See also http://the-tap.blogspot.com/2010/11/foundation-x-is-prince-charles.html