Forward Guidance: is Mark Carney bringing rastaman vibes to uplift the UK economy?

When I was a youth the word, sound power of forward guidance was a rastaman vibe  that offered an uplift to one who heard it. I loved to shout it, in situations such as a crowd, making careful progress through the gate to a dance. Songs such as Forward Ever, Backwards Never (Jacob Miller RIP), quoted Maurice Bishop and Guidance by Michael Prophet ensured these words were widely shared, at least among my spars in North London in the late seventies and eighties.

Mark Carney, is a only a few years younger than me. Did he get these same good vibes, growing up in the Salad Bowl of multicultural Canada? I really hope so!

Sure would be great if the stability his economic planning seems to offer includes an ‘enshallah’ and a prayer

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One Response to “Forward Guidance: is Mark Carney bringing rastaman vibes to uplift the UK economy?”

  1. darkwasthenight Says:

    Well…don’t know how prayers or ‘enshallahs’ will help but it’s something positive anyway. Get rid of politicians and delegate technocrats and experts!

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