Saturday 21 January 2023

Keir Starmer, Davos, Larry Fink, Ukraine,



Working class hero Kier Starmer's trip to Davos During the day of talks, they will promote Labour’s green prosperity plan to decarbonise the economy 

“Labour will work in partnership with business to boost investment in the UK economy, to make sure the jobs of the future are in the UK, and to ensure the UK is a world leader in the climate transition.” 

On the reconstruction of Ukraine, BlackRock’s CEO Larry Fink predicts that those who believe in a capitalist system will be “flooding Ukraine with capital” . 

He suggests the reconstruction bill could be $750bn, which would be double the World Bank’s estimate last summer. Fink says he believes it is possible to make a “fair and just return” on behalf of pension funds and retirees, through funding the reconstruction. 

Larry Fink

He explains that he told president Zelenskiy that Ukraine can be a beacon to the world for the power of capitalism, showing that oligarchs are not part of the future, and that capitalism is the most powerful economic engine in the world. 

Zelenskiy apparently told him to go further; that Ukraine must become a leader in new technologies and a leader in decarbonisation. 

Blackrock’s Larry Fink speaking at a Viktor Pinchuk-funded breakfast on Ukraine reconstruction: 

“We are not going to create new oligarchs… Oligarchs are not part of the future”

#davos2023 #WEF — Anne-Sylvaine Chassany (@ChassNews) January 19, 2023


At 21 January 2023 at 04:36 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fink et al control ~$32,000,000,000,000 in “assets” give or take $16,000,000,000,000 AND he passively excludes himself from the oligarchy. Well, okay, but I want $25,000,000,000 for my little corner of western Pennsylvania.

At 21 January 2023 at 04:46 , Blogger Unknown said...

I've no doubt Larry Fink doesn't see himself as an oligarch, but I and many others do. He is an unelected autocrat who is in trouble with many US States currently as he has been mismanaging their pension fund investments due to his nonsensical pushing of 'Environmental Responsibility' garbage.

At 21 January 2023 at 09:27 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 21 January 2023 at 10:02 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rishi Sunak's 'Russia sanctions' are enriching people from India, who have become the new 'middleman' for UK Russian imports

Russia is still getting its oil money from Britain
But Britons are paying more because they are now paying India too

Oil Price com:

'The UK Loophole That Keeps Russian Oil Coming In'

"India has been a back-door for imports of Russian oil into Britain

British buyers are indirectly buying Russian crude refined by Indian refineries

Such a supply chain is actually legal under UK rules

The Jamnagar refinery on India’s west coast imported 215 shipments of crude oil and fuel oil from Russia in 2022, 4 times as much as it bought in the previous year.

Meanwhile, the UK has imported a total of 10m barrels of diesel and other refined products from Jamnagar since the war began, 2.5 times what it bought during 2021."


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