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New World Order Wants More Control of U.S. Financial Markets — 3 Comments

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  2. The old rules of investing are dangerous. For example, saving money today is the riskiest investment of all. Why save money when governments throughout the world are printing trillions in counterfeit money? Also, counting on the stock market to go up, providing for your retirement or child’s education is for dreamers and fools.

  3. Writing in NewsMax, Dick Morris & Eileen McGann says, “The results of the G-20 economic summit amount to nothing less than the seamless integration of the United States into the European economy.

    At the G-20 meeting, Bush agreed to subject the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and our other regulatory agencies to the supervision of a global entity that would critique its regulatory standards and demand changes if it felt they were necessary. Bush agreed to create a College of Supervisors.

    According to The Washington Post, it would “examine the books of major financial institutions that operate across national borders so regulators could begin to have a more complete picture of banks’ operations.”

    Their scrutiny would extend to hedge funds and to various “exotic” financial instruments. The International Monetary Fund (IMF), a European-dominated operation, would conduct “regular vigorous reviews” of American financial institutions and practices.

    The European-dominated College of Supervisors would also weigh in on issues like executive compensation and investment practices.