“Give me control of a nation’s money
and I care not who makes the laws.”
– Mayer Amschel Rothschild
This is a clear takeover of Poland by the elitists, following the removal of the Polish elite.
Here is what investigative journalist Jane Burgermeister has to say:
Marek Belka, director of the IMF’s European department, former Polish Prime Minister and Bilderberg member, has been appointed Poland’s new central bank governor by Acting President Bronislaw Komorowski, but faces a battle getting approval from the parliament next week.
The appointment of Belka follows the death of Slawomir Skrzypek, the central bank head, on April 10 together with President Lech Kaczynski and top military leaders in an air crash in Smolensk in mysterious circumstances.
Poland’s current prosperity – it is the only major economy in the EU currently not in recession or facing a souvereign debt crisis – is widely attributed to Skrzypek’s monetary policy, focussing on a weak exchange rate to boost exports, employment as well as tax receipts and so reduce government debt.
Skrzypek also announced a delay in Poland joining the euro shortly before his death.
The replacement of Skrzypek Piotr Wiesiolek, who worked for Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan and the England’s central bank, immediately began to reverse Skyrzpek’s policy’s strengthening the Zloty exchange rate, so making exports less attractive, reducing tax receipts, increasing government debt while securing afresh an IMF credit line.
In addition, it was signalled that Poland would soon join the euro, the main instrument of the Globalists for driving countries into debt and plundering economies.
Also, a raft of privatisations were announced, which would see the jewels of Polish state owned companies sold for a rock bottom price to Globalist banks.
– IMF’s Belka tapped for Poland central bank chief (MarketWatch):
FRANKFURT (MarketWatch) — Marek Belka, director of the International Monetary Fund’s European department and a former prime minister of Poland, will be nominated to become the next governor of the central bank in Warsaw, according to media reports on Thursday.
Acting President Bronislaw Komorowski made the announcement on Thursday, reports said. Belka served as prime minister of Poland from 2004 to 2005; previously, he was also deputy prime minister and finance minister.
“This is a good and uncontroversial choice, as Marek Belka clearly has the professional credentials to do the job well,” said Lars Christensen, chief analyst at Danske Bank, in a note to clients. Poland’s previous central bank governor, Slawomir Skrzypek, was killed in a plane crash in Russia in April, together with other senior Polish officials, including the nation’s president, Lech Kaczynski.
– Ex-PM Belka proposed as Polish central bank head (AP):
WARSAW, Poland — A widely respected former Polish prime minister, Marek Belka, was nominated Thursday to head the country’s central bank — six weeks after its former chief was killed in a plane crash along with the nation’s president.
Belka, 58, an economist who also has served as a finance minister in the past, currently works for the International Monetary Fund. Experts believe the highly regarded Belka will easily be confirmed by parliament, which will vote on the nomination in about two weeks.
He is the only candidate for the job, and acting Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski and the IMF said Belka has accepted the nomination. With that job, he would be required to relinquish his responsibilities as the IMF’s director of the European Department.
Max Keiser on the IMF:
– Max Keiser on Greece: ‘The IMF is a Financial Mafia’
More background information on the plane crash:
– Pilot Communication: Only 4 People on Doomed Polish Crash Plane
– Polish Opposition Party Demands International Investigation Into Plane Crash
– Interfax: Terrain warning device was switched off on Polish crash plane
– Were the Polish elite abducted and killed in Poland? Eyewitness, Polish TV journalist Slawomir Wisniewski, saw no evidence of dead bodies at crash site.
– Polish President killed over opposing landmark Gazprom deal?