Webster Tarpley Discusses Historical Context Of Genocidal Oligarchy As UK Economic Chancellor, Rishi Sunak Faces Disclosure Of Overseeing The Finances Of The Covid Mass-Murder Offensive.
ON Monday, January 24, a British politician did a remarkable thing. He resigned.
Lord Agnew, successful businessman, generous Tory donor, knighted then elevated to the Lords, later in 2020 appointed Minister for Efficiency and Transformation, and charged with the custodianship of the £47billion handed out in Covid-related bounce-back loans to banks and private companies, finally threw in the towel.
Much of the loaned cash, he reckoned, may never be recovered, some has been lost to fraud, and as the counter-fraud minister, he felt driven to do the honourable thing.
His criticisms focused on the Treasury, and the British Business Bank (BBB), where management had been chaotic, oversight and auditing woeful, with those responsible showing no interest, or even having little knowledge of the situation.
The sums involved are eye-watering. Of the £47billion dished out, £17billion is unlikely ever to be repaid, with at least £5billion lost to fraud.