Elitist Mark Carney sets sights on Canada's top prize as country looks past Justin Trudeau
The Telegraph: 'Nottingham University academic Tyler Kustra, a former adviser to the Canadian parliament, says: “Trudeau called an election hoping to get a majority and he failed at that, so there is talk that that weakened him.
'“Now Mark Carney and Chrystia Freeland [Canada’s finance minister] are both the whispered candidates for frontrunner to replace him whenever he goes. There's been talk that he might go before the next election, and given that he has a minority that could be within a year or two.”'
'Following 13 years working across Goldman Sachs’ offices globally, where he rose to managing director of investment banking, the 56-year-old became a leading light in banking.
In 2003, he joined the Bank of Canada as deputy Governor before taking the helm four years later. In 2012, Carney succeeded Sir Mervyn King as Governor of the Bank of England - the first foreigner appointed to the role - earning as much as £1m per year.'
A woke, detached globalist with Wall Street and World Economic Forum bona fides--who salivates at the idea of crushing Albertan energy and peaceful protests--wants Trudeau's job. If he gets it, the Liberal Party will surprise no one. It's the party of and for cosmopolitan elites.