Only Subjects Fit for Bank of England
Canadian Mark Carney is eligible for consideration for the job of Governor of the Bank of England because he “is a subject of the Queen” according to one insider quoted in the Financial Times. “That is important” said the feudalist. The comment may suggest that republicans would be considered unfit for the job, as they are for many other public positions in Britain.
The feudalists' lack of respect for democratic principles was also reflected in a remark by a member of parliament's treasury committee. He said “Carney's not a foreigner – he's a Canadian.”
These comments make clear how deeply feudal attitudes are embedded in the British establishment. Canada has been independent since 1867. Even British citizens are not considered “subjects” in law and many reject any notion that they are in any sense the “subjects” of Liz Windsor and her infamous clan.