Up until a few weeks ago, I had been a subscriber to the FT in one form or another since 1983. Back then, the orangish paper was only read, at least on this side of the pond, by a few die hard folks on Wall Street. I remember well the daily ritual of Byron Wien, the Morgan Stanley strategist brought in to augment the global strategist and asset manager Barton Biggs, coming down to the 12th floor institutional equity sales and trading floor to “borrow” my already read FT. I have been reading it ever since. However, no longer will I do so. The Financial Times is total mouthpiece for the transnational socialist cabal of financial elites seeking the destruction of America as a nation-state.
As it was also opposed to Brexit and the freeing of Britain from the oppressive yoke of the technocrats and brain-dead bureaucrats of the EU, so as well, they do not wish to see the corporatist dreams of a transnational union, first of corporate and United Nations rule, then of a global supreme body under one world socialist system become a waif under a resurgent national American pride. They and the Economist have their roots in the British Fabians, Cecil Rhodes Anglo-American supremacy Round Table and the little known source of most propaganda memes that infect this nation, the Tavistock Institute.
What any good American should do is cancel their subscription posthaste and send a message that backing the most blatantly corrupt puppet of corporate power as President of this still sovereign nation is an outrage deserving of not one penny of American fiat money.
“This is a moment for the renewal of American leadership. One candidate has the credentials. Mrs Clinton has served as first lady, senator for New York and US secretary of state… Mr Trump deals in denigration not diplomacy. He has abused allies, threatening to remove east Asia’s nuclear umbrella, sideline Nato and unleash trade wars.”