Friday, 31 July 2015

Peter Sutherland - Consigliere to the Capi of the global corporates

Peter Sutherland is Consigliere to the Capi of the global corporates. Weighing in at around 350lbs, like some giant sclerotic walrus he drags his aged bulk around the UN in New York as boss of the WTO, the organisation that works hand in hand with the EU in dismantling state boundaries and national identities to facilitate corporatism without boundaries. 

Sutherland tried democracy once, as a young man, and didn't like it. It is the only time he is ever recorded as having stood for election. 1,969 people voted for him and he lost. After this, he decided that the way ahead lay in climbing the ladder of unelected officials; first as an EU commissioner, then an an unelected UN official. His appointment as boss of Goldman Sachs was recognition of his appointment as Consigliere by the global crime bosses. He has never once held elected office.

So when Sutherland condemns our attitude here in the UK towards the Swarm of migrants in Calais as 'xenophobic' and that we should abandon our quaint notions of statehood and democracy and recognise the supremacy of the global corporates in ripping down borders and driving down factor costs for themselves and just let them in, at whatever economic and social cost to us but none to his Capi, you can see where he is coming from. As Mandy Rice-Davies said, he would say that, wouldn't he.

16 comments:

Cuffleyburgers said...

Perhaps we could have him shot and stuffed by a minnesota dentist...

wiggiatlarge said...

Well it can't be said he has not found his natural abode, the UN is full of unelected people with opinions on how the UK should take all the worlds flotsam.

right_writes said...

The scary bit about this Raedwald... Is that none of us have heard of him.

I have been thinking of buying myself a camera...

I am tempted by a genuine Leica...

This is a quality tool, that will last for many years... (and yes I do realise that nothing is for ever!)

The problem is that I can get everything done for me, by Sony (the corporate equivalent of Peter Sutherland), and for a much lower ticket price...

The problem is, if I take advantage of this low cover price, I will kill off Leica (Farage).

What do you suggest?

Dave_G said...

R_W - wild guess - you own an iPhone don't you?

There are (cheaper) alternatives that do the same job.

If you ARE an iPhone user then you made the choice REGARDLESS of cost.

Mr Farage will be counting on your support.

Raedwald said...

Nope, don't own an iPhone just a 10 year old Nokia. And I'd take the Leica over the Sony any day - I've got a backup electro-mechanical 35mm SLR myself. And when I bought an ex-admiralty launch fitted with brand new Lester Petter compliant with all new EU safety and emission regs, the first thing I did was rip off the complex electronic wiring looms and every solenoid and sensor to turn it into a fully mechanical diesel that could be hand started and run without a volt of electricity. Then I added back a marine alternator and electro-mechanical starter.

I'm not a mountain man, but I reckon we're hugely vulnerable to EM disruption of anything electronic, so Mark II Landys for preference and a valve radio in the cupboard as well as an old school 50v phone handset ...

James Higham said...

The scary bit about this Raedwald... Is that none of us have heard of him.

You would have if you'd read Orphans. There've been a few posts on our Mr. Sutherland. Key member of Them.

Anonymous said...

This is the same creature who appeared before a Lords Select Committee a few years back and told them of the (UN) plans to 'dehomogenize' Northern Europeans - that's short for ethnocide, proceeding to the bloodless genocide of all white nations through mass immigration and miscegenation.

Look it up if you dare. Peter is ably assisted by the lovely Barbara Lerner Spectre, the founding director of Paideia in Sweden - to find out more visit www.whyileftsweden.com

That is all.

Steve

Anonymous said...

It would be unsatisfactory but OK if, the likes of Sutherland were University dons, dissimulating their poisons relatively harmlessly. But the way of the corporate world in cahoots with their internationalist allies, these men hold and wield considerable pull and swing meaning their designs are being constructed and the taxpayers of the western world fund it all - it's way past time to turn the money hose off.

He, is a bottom feeder of the lowest order is that stuffed, jumped up sanctimonious knob Sutherland, he reminds me very much of that oleaginous slug, also ex GS, Australian trouble maker: Malcolm Turnball. Soros is another, driving enormous power but without accountability.

These men [above] dress themselves up as some sort of philosopher kings, grand philanthropists but are in reality anything but. In actual fact , they are like Bliar: dangerous deviants who should be locked up.
Better yet banged up, with the fruit of their labour, at the coal face with the benefits of diversity and multiculturalism - Belmarsh - would provide an ideal entry study.

Demetrius said...

This Peter Sutherland has long been connected to LSE and by extension to the Blair's. Also, he is an unlimited migration man as an article of faith. Like many he does not understand the mechanics of mass migration of people who do not share his other ideas on society etc. He says only ten thousand but then there is another ten and another ten. Meanwhile reports suggest around 55 million refugees on the lookout for pastures new never mind other large scale movement. Cameron was silly to use the word swarm, it was asking for reaction, but perhaps that was part of the plot.

Anonymous said...

I hadn't heard of him either and looked up the section on his views on immigration in the Wiki entry.

How the UK became the hellhole it now is begins to make sense.

Jay

G. Tingey said...

Wiki on Sutherland:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Sutherland

EUUW ... ( & he's about 3 months younger than me - though I'm a lot thinner than him .... )

Cuffleyburgers said...

Interesting link, Greg.

It is obvious that the guy is the worst sort of one world government, anti-democratic fascistic twat.

There is only one cure for bastards like that: Dr Cuffleyburgers prescribes 2 tsps of polonium twice daily before meals.

That should sort the fecker out.

Dave_G said...

Radders - my reply was to Right_writes (R_W), not yourself! However I fully subscribe to your KISS principle, especially in a marine environment and use the very same principles myself.

Cascadian said...

Sutherland is obnoxious and anti-democratic, but we all know in the end his prescription is correct, Europe is stuffed to the gills with refugees from camoron, obama and sarkozy's ill-fated excursion into North and Central African democracy making.

Britain will take it's "share" of refugees from the nutters that camoron put in place. You broke it, now you fix it, easy for an eight year-old to understand, impossible for the camoron to understand.

Operation stack-well done camoron.

Anonymous said...

Ever since the comment from Mr Sutherland noted above by Anonymous Steve, I have had a search term in my browser bookmarks for "Peter Sutherland" "Father of Globalisation". Makes it easier to follow what he is preaching. Keep your eyes open folks, the brown matter could be making contact with the tip of the fan aerofoils pretty soon.

By way of a bit of amusement, I looked up Capi on Wikipedia, and discovered amongst other things that it stands for Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants, described as a service for immigrants in the US not eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

Wildgoose said...

@right_writes

I understand your hankering after a Leica - I learned photography on a Russian Fed 4L rangefinder which was fabulous value for money - they really were desperate for hard currency back in the 1970s.

I now have a Fuji X-Pro 1 which aims to be a "hybrid" rangefinder. My 18mm lens even has an aperture ring, so it feels properly "old-school" - and you can also buy adapters that allow you to use Leica lenses.

The picture quality is superb - you can't beat ditching the SLR mirror and letting the lens get properly close to the sensor.

Highly recommended and superb value for money.