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Were US Banks instructed to finance the "Remain" Campaign? watch

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    As everyone knows, the Bilderberg Group was set up by the Secretary General of the European Movement, J. Retinger, in 1952. (See
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C3%B3zef_Retinger ). Its objectives were to encourage European Union and dialogue between Europe and USA. It is not a cover for Aliens invading the Earth but officially and openly part of the US plan for a United Europe.

    At the 11-14th June 2015 Bilderberg meeting
    the agenda included European Strategy and the United Kingdom. I looked back over the previous meetings and "Strategy" and the United Kingdom do not occur as far as I could see. Two major US banks were present at he meeting: Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan. Two days after the meeting the Stronger In Europe campaign was incorporated and soon afterwards Goldman Sachs announced that they were backing it with a six figure sum and JP Morgan also announced it was backing the campaign. The Stronger in Europe campaign is, strangely to those who don't know EU history, financed by the USA.

    Mark Carney worked for Goldman Sachs before he became a Government man
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Carney#Goldman_Sachs . He was managing director of investment banking. Goldman Sachs was the bank that Carney said might withdraw from London ( an absurd suggestion given that Goldman Sachs will always have a branch in London and has its man in the Bank of England - see http://www.independent.co.uk/news/bu...-10463118.html )
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