The Daily Bell critically examines “The Anglo-American” establishment, yet what about some of their contributors?
From their Contributors page:
“After graduating from Harvard Business School, he joined Morgan Stanley & Co as an investment banker. He has also worked with Barclays Bank and Citigroup and has served on the boards of several banks and international corporations, with a special involvement in venture capital.“
You can’t get much more Anglo-American than Morgan Stanley (American), Barclays (British) and Citigroup (American).
Anthony Wile (founder):
“Prior to beginning a career in publishing, Mr. Wile worked in the Canadian investment industry with Scotia McLeod (Bank of Nova Scotia), and Nesbitt Burns (Bank of Montreal).“
Being from Canada, I know these two banks well. They are two of Canada’s Big Five government-enforced oligopolistic banks. The Bank of Nova Scotia is Canada’s most international bank, and the Bank of Montreal was the government of Canada’s banker before the establishment of The Bank of Canada in 1935, back when Canada was a dependent creation of British Parliament.
“He continues to advise and consult to large international banks and money managers as well as to senior executives at both senior and junior mining firms.“
If any of the “large international banks” he continues to advise and consult for happen to be based in the U.S. or the UK, then that’s also as Anglo-American establishment as you can get.
Previously, I wrote Strange bedfellows: The Federal Reserve and The Daily Bell, in response to Daily Bell founder Anthony Wile questioning whether the Greenbacker movement is being actively promoted by US Intel.