With Americans still reeling from the $700 billion bailout of banksters on Wallstreet, the globalist international banksters are meeting this week at the IMF-World Bank conference in Washington DC to plan their next steps towards global domination of the financial markets and a world government that has been in the works for the best part of 100 years at least. It’s what British Prime Minister Gordon Brown calls a “a new global financial order” to supersede the institutions created after World War II.
Bilderberg member and recently appointed UK Business Secretary Peter Mandelson argued last week that new global solutions are needed because “the machinery of global economic governance barely exists”, adding: “It is time for a Bretton Woods for this century,” reports the Telegraph, noting that “Opinion is now hardening around the case for a new global architecture to enforce rules that ensure lessons are learnt.”
These same international banksters created the problem of wildly irresponsible fractional reserve banking, the debt bubble and the credit crunch by ceaselessly inflating the money supply and now they are going to offer their solution to the crisis – the further centralization of global economic power into fewer hands.
Most Americans haven’t got a clue about what’s going on as their life savings and the economic future of their children is stolen before their very eyes. Most rely on the corporate bought mainstream media for their news, only the media is not telling them the truth. What they see from the media is a partisan blame game with fingers pointing at either Republican deregulation or Democratic affordable housing. Republicans like to talk about irresponsible home buyers that took out mortgages they couldn’t afford. Democrats like talking about the greedy fat cats on Wallstreet who are profiting off the backs of middle-class Americans. While those issues are all mostly true, they are only symptoms of a much bigger sickness and act as distractions that keep people from seeing the real issues of fractional reserve banking, a sound monetary system, and an unconstitutional Federal Reserve.