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Former Goldman Sachs banker Richard Sharp set to be named new BBC chairman – reports

6 Jan, 2021 12:34
A former Goldman Sachs banker and Tory-party donor will be picked by the UK prime minister this week as the next BBC chairman, according to Sky News, amid raging debate about the corporation’s future.

Sky News first reported on Wednesday that Richard Sharp, a former Goldman Sachs banker and Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s old boss, will be announced as the BBC’s new chairman this week. 

Sharp, 64, has spent much of the past year working as an unpaid economic adviser to the chancellor on the Covid pandemic’s impact. 

The former banker, who is a major Tory party-donor, would be expected to relinquish his Treasury duties after he takes up his BBC appointment in mid-February. 

Sharp is also a culture lover, according to reports. He served as chairman of the Royal Academy of Arts Trust, which manages funds given to the iconic arts institution on Piccadilly. 

If he’s made the new chairman, Sharp would work alongside fellow newcomer, director-general Tim Davie, who became BBC director-general just four months ago.  

https://www.rt.com/uk/511684-bbc-chairman-sharp-goldmansachs/

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Commerce in the temple of art....

Former Goldman Sachs banker Richard Sharp set to be named new BBC chairman – reports

6 Jan, 2021 12:34
A former Goldman Sachs banker and Tory-party donor will be picked by the UK prime minister this week as the next BBC chairman, according to Sky News, amid raging debate about the corporation’s future.

Sky News first reported on Wednesday that Richard Sharp, a former Goldman Sachs banker and Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s old boss, will be announced as the BBC’s new chairman this week. 

Sharp, 64, has spent much of the past year working as an unpaid economic adviser to the chancellor on the Covid pandemic’s impact. 

The former banker, who is a major Tory party-donor, would be expected to relinquish his Treasury duties after he takes up his BBC appointment in mid-February. 

Sharp is also a culture lover, according to reports. He served as chairman of the Royal Academy of Arts Trust, which manages funds given to the iconic arts institution on Piccadilly. 

If he’s made the new chairman, Sharp would work alongside fellow newcomer, director-general Tim Davie, who became BBC director-general just four months ago.  

https://www.rt.com/uk/511684-bbc-chairman-sharp-goldmansachs/

Nepotism? Or putting someone in place who won't rock the boat in the creation of our new authoritarian normal? It's quite scary to think what the BBC news will look like if the current government echo chamber isn't subservient enough...

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Nepotism? Or putting someone in place who won't rock the boat in the creation of our new authoritarian normal? It's quite scary to think what the BBC news will look like if the current government echo chamber isn't subservient enough...

 

when the banksters orchestrated the global credit crunch in 2008 and then got their complicit stooges in parliament to bail out the banks with taxpayers money instead of writing down the debts to the ability to pay, the politicians stood aside whilst 'technocrats' from goldman sachs were put in charge of entire countries that were supposed to be democracies. Of course an ex goldman guy, mark carney, was also put in charge of the British central bank and now they are being put in control of britains state propaganda wing, the BBC so that they can ramp up the cultural marxism and political correctness to destroy our society through a death by a thousand cuts

 

for 'goldma'n read 'rothschild-cabal'...

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when the banksters orchestrated the global credit crunch in 2008 and then got their complicit stooges in parliament to bail out the banks with taxpayers money instead of writing down the debts to the ability to pay, the politicians stood aside whilst 'technocrats' from goldman sachs were put in charge of entire countries that were supposed to be democracies. Of course an ex goldman guy, mark carney, was also put in charge of the British central bank and now they are being put in control of britains state propaganda wing, the BBC so that they can ramp up the cultural marxism and political correctness to destroy our society through a death by a thousand cuts

 

for 'goldma'n read 'rothschild-cabal'...

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I am confused as to why you consider the fascism and totalitarianism that is being imposed on us to be Marxism. I've read other commenters describe it as communism too. What's happening is niether of those political philosophies. Does the comparison relate to the societal restrictions that were imposed once popular disillusionment with communism occurred? 

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I am confused as to why you consider the fascism and totalitarianism that is being imposed on us to be Marxism. I've read other commenters describe it as communism too. What's happening is niether of those political philosophies. Does the comparison relate to the societal restrictions that were imposed once popular disillusionment with communism occurred? 

 

He said 'cultural marxism', not just 'marxism'. Which is more accurate because it's not just about a class struggle these days, it's also about identity politics. That's why we see capitalists working with cultural marxists. They might joke about eating the rich, but they're the biggest supporters of poison that comes from the 1%.

 

Fascism is the idea that everyone in a society has a place and purpose based on their individual strengths and weaknesses.

 

Liberalism is the idea that anyone in a society can have whatever place they want regardless of their individual strengths and weaknesses.

 

If you have to enforce your system to make it work, it’s probably not that good, and you could probably say that for both of the above.

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I am confused as to why you consider the fascism and totalitarianism that is being imposed on us to be Marxism. I've read other commenters describe it as communism too. What's happening is niether of those political philosophies. Does the comparison relate to the societal restrictions that were imposed once popular disillusionment with communism occurred? 

 

What we are seeing is a phoney war between state-capitalism v's state-socialism

 

neither of the options presented to us are libertarian-capitalism or libertarian-socialism

 

When the corporate media talk about the 'free markets' they are lying because there are no free markets. There is only a central banking system where the central banks are cartels of private banks (owned by the elites) working with governments (controlled by the elites). The central banks, in turn, are controlled centrally from the bank for international settlements.

 

If we had free markets the banks that failed in the 2008 credit crunch would have been allowed to fail but instead they were propped up by the state showing that we have central control, whilst 'technocrats' were placed in charge of entire national economies

 

So we don't have true capitalism. We have 'state-capitalism' where the state is affecting the markets and where the state and the mega-corporations are really one and the same which is why our politicians will rub shoulders with business chiefs at Davos and bilderburg. meanwhile the EU is run by an unelected 'commission' which sits behind closed doors with business chiefs who dictate to the commission what legislation to draft.

 

That 'state-capitalism' is setting itself up to fail. The toxic derivatives of 2008 were not an accident. The government regulators knew what was going on. Likewise the state is now creating currency that devalues the pound whilst locking down the country to destroy the economy. So state-capitalism is being used to subvert us away from free markets to something else. So that is what the corporate media would call 'the right' which is really just the AUTHORITARIAN-right ie the centrally controlled, state-capitalists

 

Now this is where we get conspiratorial....

 

Meanwhile what the corporate media call 'the left' is really the AUTHORITARIAN-left who are all for an all powerful state. They want to expand state intrusion into every aspect of your life. It is a phoney war because at the top the same people are controlling both these sides of the 'two party system'.

 

This is why we see the mega-corporations pushing the wokism of the authoritarian-left and why they support authoritarian-left political candidates. It's why the big tech companies 'no platform' dissenting voices and why vaccine pushing, big pharma is supported by the all the authoritarian-left 'liberal' celebrities

 

All those forces are splitting the public into 'left' and 'right' to create this phoney conflict out of which the elites intend to synthesise a third way which is a technocracy which would be a melding of state-capitalism and state-socialism into a centrally controlled surveillance panopticon that uses technology to monitor and micro-manage EVERY aspect of your life

 

The 'cultural marxism' aspect is to do with socially engineering society to become a disparate, divided, alienated and demoralised population who will more easily be subjugated into the technocratic gulag

 

The BBC is an arm of the british state but might be accused by some of being 'left wing' and that is because they push the cultural marxist, authoritarian-left social engineering which is designed to help build a collectivist technocracy. This form of social engineering has its foundations in the authoritarian-left for example in the marxist frankfurt school which pushed 'critical theory' that was aimed to make young people despise their own country, which in turn has influenced institutions like the london school of economics and the tavistock institute which is a fabian-socialist institution (ie AUTHORITARIAN-left)

 

Whereas the libertarian-left looks to decentralise power down to the individual workers, the authoritarian-left looks to centralise power AWAY from the individual worker and into the hands of a controlling elite. The authoritarian-left is the enemy of the worker

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wasn't it saul alinksy who spoke about bringing about the failure of free markets and individual freedom by describing it as a bear and its enemies as flees?

 

A bear can't hurt the flees because they are too small but if there are enough flees they will drain the bear of its life blood, weaken it and lead to its death

 

THAT is how i would describe cultural marxism. It is DEATH BY A THOUSAND CUTS. Its doing anything that you think might weaken the system so that over the course of millions of small acts the system fails. For example antifa will go and burn mom and pop businesses who will then fail so that the sabbatean-jewish owned mega-corporations will then buy up those businesses for pennies on the dollar ('disaster capitalism' as catherine austin fitts describes it)

 

Another way would be to create a degenerate music video where you distort the minds of young people by giving them a toxic role model that encourages them to lead a degnerate life of resentful rebellion instead of being a responsible member of society who works to build their country and who raises a stable and productive family

 

That seductive counter-culturalism is the hole out of which any young person must climb these days in order to leave infancy and become a responsible adult but they will receive no help in that process from the mainstream media nor the government who will instead seek to keep them in that state of mind and being

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11 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

wasn't it saul alinksy who spoke about bringing about the failure of free markets and individual freedom by describing it as a bear and its enemies as flees?

 

Yes, but I guess the argument is how much freedom should we allow predatory capitalists? Someone should be free to prosper, own property and see the fruits of their labour, but they shouldn't be free to use their power to plunder nations.

 

I guess that's where my confusion comes from. I look at British fascists and it doesn't sound like they supported foreigners being exploited or our industry being sent abroad.

 

 

So why do people say we're ruled by fascists? I could understand if people said corporate fascism or international fascism, but most people don't.

 

I feel like we need an accurate description of who we're up against, something we can all agree on.

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Yes, but I guess the argument is how much freedom should we allow predatory capitalists? Someone should be free to prosper, own property and see the fruits of their labour, but they shouldn't be free to use their power to plunder nations.

 

I support individual freedom so I'm not a supporter of fascism

 

I support my right to be left alone by everyone including communists, fascists, technocrats and corporatists

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I support individual freedom so I'm not a supporter of fascism

 

I support my right to be left alone by everyone including communists, fascists and corporatists

 

I can understand that. I'm not a fascist, I'm just a nationalist, but I'm talking about what system we're under, not my views.

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I can understand that. I'm not a fascist, I'm just a nationalist, but I'm talking about what system we're under, not my views.

 

The system we are under is one where some elites want to move society from point A which is one where the public believe that they have certain democratic rights and freedoms to point B where the public are under no illusions that they have no rights and freedoms and no democratic say but also know that they have no power to do anything about it

 

That system of total control over the workers by an oligarchic elite is the technocracy where everything is run centrally and where the populace is entirely dependent on the corporate cabal running the state who are then able to use technology (internet of things, smart grid) and the apparatus of the state (digital currency, social credit score, vaccine passports, RFID microchips, driverless cars, robot police, UN military, surevillance satellites etc) to micro-manage and control the populace who risk having their access to all goods and services withdrawn if they critique the state

 

This vision of a technocratic society where the state is the new god is entirely compatible with neo-marxist, authoritarian-leftism which is why the technocracy bares so many of their hallmarks and why so many fake-lefties (ie authoritarian-lefties) are being the useful idiots of the technocratic elites who own all the mega-corporations including mass media, big banking, big pharma, big tech, big agra etc and who control our governments

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Commerce in the temple of art....

Former Goldman Sachs banker Richard Sharp set to be named new BBC chairman – reports

ANNA MIKHAILOVA: Rishi Sunak turns to his vampire squid pals again for help

By Anna Mikhailova Deputy Political Editor For The Mail On Sunday

Published: 01:43, 10 January 2021 | Updated: 01:44, 10 January 2021 

Rishi Sunak keeps the chumocracy chugging along with the appointment of yet another of his former Goldman Sachs colleagues – as if with blithe ignorance of public concerns about the investment bank’s role in the 2007 global financial crisis which resulted in the loss of so many jobs, homes and savings.

Last year, Sunak chose Richard Sharp, his former boss at Goldman Sachs, as a Treasury adviser to help with the Covid-19 rescue package. Sharp has now been made the new BBC chairman – allowing Sunak to bring in another Goldman alumnus, Chris Grigg, as a ‘senior adviser’.

Grigg spent more than 20 years at the bank, rising to be partner, and got out just before the crash with bulging pockets.

He got a CBE in the latest honours list for holding down his job at the helm of property giant British Land and will soon be helping Sunak design the new Infrastructure Bank.

Curiously, the official Government biogs of the Chancellor and Grigg make no mention of their time at the investment bank that was once likened to a ‘great vampire squid’.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9130547/ANNA-MIKHAILOVA-Rishi-Sunak-turns-vampire-squid-pals-help.html

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One million pensioners have supposedly refused to pay the licence fee since August.

 

The comments section of the video below is quite enjoyable. Here are some of my favourites.

 

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Not one penny more for this biased and woke rubbish.

 

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I'm a white straight middle-aged man. So aunt beeb does not represent me. They can bugger orf.

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Stopped paying when BBC funded to the BLM salute in London fireworks at new year.... we don't watch anyway

 

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I stopped a long time ago. It’s utter propaganda

 

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Totally out of touch Corporation, can't wait to see this out of date formula crumble goodbye.

 

 

 

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The BBC another mouthpiece of the roths/cabal - it's blatantly obvious you need only look at their previous bosses (Alan Yentob etc). It's pretty much the same as the whole UK press - all serving their true masters and not the interests of the British people. 

 

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Lastnights Winter watch on BBC 2 Thurs 28th Jan was weird as fk .....basically trying to convince us to access nature virtually through tech promoting it's health benefits ...lots of obvious underlying sinister stuff going on with it ....even at one point that autistic one jabbering on about an energy vibration connection .. yeh an artificial electromagnetic connection Chris ....

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Producing a series called "A Perfect Planet", at this moment in time. Rubbing our noses in it. 

 

The continued deification of Attenborough (the man who gave Saville the keys to the BBC). The high profile of other insiders like Joanna Lumley, useless shills like Brian Cox, the endless parade of useless nobodies who simply tick various diversity and equality boxes. 

 

The sheer brazen way they push the Government agenda with everything from their between show idents, to self-praising adverts and unsubtle messaging (stay in your home for everything, and have a lovely life on Zoom).

 

F**K OFF.

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