A. The OECD (The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) was founded in 1961 and has 30 members today. In 1968 two OECD-top officials Alexander King, Director General of Education and Science at OECD and Hugo Thiemann, later Vice-Chairman of the OECD, hier together with Aurelio Peccei and David Rockefeller  refounded the Club of Rome, here at Rockefeller´s Villa Serbelloni in Italy. 
Nov. 20th, 2007: The European Commission, European Parliament, Club of Rome, OECD and WWF hosted a high-level conference.
 

The OECD traces its roots to the Marshall Plan – a Council on Foreign Relations financial plan  to to  secure the dollar as world currency.

 The Organisation’s mission is essentially to help governments and society reap the full benefits of globalisation, while tackling the economic, social and governance challenges that can accompany it. It delivers analysis and advice on economic issues, comparable statistical, economic and social data, decisions and recommendations to promote rules of the game, information and communications policy, taxation and the environment. Location: Paris, France 

 

GurriaA new and more relevant OECD

The OECD is undergoing historical change. In the “pursuit of relevance” on the challenges of our time, we are becoming a real hub of dialogue on global issuesImproving global governance and co-operation among international institutions is another relevant task.
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Secretatry General of the OECD: Angel Gurria

 
It became clear that in order to stem the growing opposition to globalisation, international organisations need to increase their coordination, relevance, effi ciency and legitimacy.

 The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank were initiated by the Bretton Woods Conference in 1944. The World Bank is always ruled by a member of the US Council on Foreign Relations.

Strauss-kahnB: The IMF (International Monetary Fund).
The IMF is charged with overseeing the international monetary system … to eliminate exchange restrictions that hinder trade. 

IMF´s Managing Director, Bilderberger Dominique Strauss-Kahn – right 

The Fund has recently provided prompt and very substantial support for Hungary, Ukraine, Pakistan, and Iceland,… there also needs to greater international coordination.

Andrew Hitchcock   The IMF has been given the authority to issue a world fiat money called, "Special Drawing Rights," or SDR's. Member nations were subsequently pressured into making their currencies fully exchangeable for SDR's. The IMF is controlled by its board of governors, which are either the heads of different central banks, or the heads of the various national treasury departments who are dominated by their central banks. Also, the voting power in the IMF gives the United States and the United Kingdom (the Federal Reserve and the Bank of England), effective control of it.

ZoellickC. The World Bank
 “We provide low-interest loans, interest-free credits and grants to developing countries.”

Robert Zoellick, President of the World Bank, member of  Rockefellers Council on Foreign Relations

The World Bank was approved with full United States participation.
1950: This is when the central bankers got to work on their plan for global government:
1. Central Bank domination of national economies worldwide.
2. Centralized regional economies through super states such as the European Union.
3. Centralize the World Economy through a World Central Bank, a world money, and ending national independence.

Loans – but on what conditions?
For many years there have been leftist riots against the World Bank and the IMF, e.g. in . We have seen how it is boiling in Iceland – also because of the conditions of a 2.1 bn loan from the IMF.

 

 

Imf-protest 1IMF-2-protestEuobserver Dec. 22  2008: Latvia (riots)  is going to borrow 7.5 bn euros because of the financial crisis. The EU will stump up €3.1 billion of the package to the country. The IMF meanwhile will deliver €1.7 billion.  

As part of the loan agreement, public sector wages are to be slashed by 15 percent in 2009 alongside deep cuts to government expenditures of 1 billion Latvian lats (€1.41 billion) besides cuts to income tax and increases in VAT rates. 
According to Andrew Hitchcock, a banking cartel comprising the world's privately owned central banks was created, which gradually assumed the power to dictate credit policies to the banks of all nations.

In 1998 the IMF made the following demands on a loan to Brazil
1. Reduce Salary/Benefits  2.Reduce Pensions 3.Increase Work Hours 4. Reduce Job Stability 5.Reduce Employment.

Argentina3722000: The IMF required Argentina to cut the government budget deficit from its current $5.3 billion to $4.1 billion the following year, 2001. At that point unemployment was running at 20% of the working population.  The government's emergency employment program was cut from $200 a month to $160 a month.
                                            Argentina 2001

They also asked for an across the board 12 - 15% cut in salaries for civil servants and the cutting of pensions to the elderly by 13%. By December of 2001, middle class Argentinians sick of literally hunting the streets for garbage to eat, started burning down Buenos Aires. In January Argentina devalued the Peso wiping out the value of many common people's savings accounts

In Tanzania with approximately 1.3 million people dying of AIDS, the World Bank and the IMF decided to require Tanzania to charge for what were previously free hospital appointments. The IMF and World Bank have been in charge of Tanzania's economy since 1985 during which time Tanzania's GDP dropped from $309 to $210 per capita, standards of literacy fell and the rate of abject poverty increased to envelop 51% of the population.

The way to revolution: the World Bank's, "Four Step Strategy."

Joseph.Stiglitz2001: Professor Joseph Stiglitz, former Chief Economist and Vice-Chairman of the World Bank, and former Chairman of President Clinton's Council of Economic Advisers, goes public over this strategy which is designed to enslave nations to the bankers. I summarize this below.

Step One: Privatization/bribery.
This is actually where national leaders are offered 10% commissions to their secret Swiss bank accounts in exchange for them trimming a few billion dollars off the sale price of national assets

Step Two: Capital Market Liberalization. 
This is the repealing any laws that taxes money going over its borders. Initially cash comes in from abroad to speculate in real estate and currency, then when the economy in that country starts to look promising, this outside wealth is pulled straight out again, causing the economy to collapse.

The nation then requires IMF help and the IMF provides it under the pretext that they raise interest rates anywhere from 30% to 80%. This happened in Indonesia and Brazil, also in other Asian and Latin American nations. These higher interest rates consequently impoverish a country, demolishing property values, savaging industrial production and draining national treasuries.

Step Three: Market Based Pricing. 
Us-brokeThis is where the prices of food, water and domestic gas are raised which predictably leads to social unrest in the respective nation, now more commonly referred to as, "IMF Riots." These riots cause the flight of capital and government bankruptcies. This benefits the foreign corporations as the nations remaining assets can be purchased at rock bottom prices.

Step Four: Free Trade. 
This is where international corporations burst into Asia, Latin America and Africa, whilst at the same time Europe and America barricade their own markets against third world agriculture. They also impose extortionate tariffs which these countries have to pay for branded pharmaceuticals, causing soaring rates in death and disease

There are a lot of losers in this system, but a few winners - bankers. In fact the IMF and World Bank have made the sale of electricity, water, telephone and gas systems a condition of loans to every developing nation. This is estimated at 4 trillion dollars of publicly owned assets.

In September of this year, Professor Joseph Stiglitz is awarded the Nobel Prize in economics.

 

Comment
Traders_faces_01The Times Online Jan. 21, 2008: The illuminist institution, the London Schools of Economics  economist Robert Wade “Starting from March-May 2009, we can expect large-scale civil unrest, he said. “It will be caused by the rise of general awareness throughout Europe, America and Asia that hundreds of millions of people in rich and poor countries are experiencing rapidly falling consumption standards; that the crisis is getting worse not better; and that it has escaped the control of public authorities, national and international.” As predicted by Gerald Celente. Now the EU is intensively monitoring the risk of spreading civil unrest in Europe - a risk which is also predicted by IMF-Chairman, Strauss Kahn (EUObserver, 22 Jan 2009). In particular, Eastern Europe is stated to expect severe riots from the middle class. The EU has been training and here for this situation.

Here is what the illuminists did to king Louis XVI of France 216 years ago.

The illuminists hope we shall start crying for a world currency in our distress – which in fact means world government. In other words we now see the Hegelian strategy: 1. Thesis: Destabilisation (rising  food and energy prices, unemployment) 2. Antithesis: poverty/riots/emigration 3. Synthesis: World governance institutions giving very hard loans to create even more chaos and riots/wars, whereupon the World State can be built from below.

 

However, the globalists have worries that their strategy might backfire. Time CNN, Jan 19, 2009: "Particularly, I am concerned about the rising dangers of protectionism," World Bank President Robert Zoellick recently said in Singapore. "If we start to trigger a round of protectionism, as you saw in the 1930s, it could deepen the global crisis."  Protectionism is now being practised by Russia, China, Indonesia, the USA and European countries (Car bail-outs). China is even manipulating its currency, the Yuan, to be more competitive according to US nominee for Secretary of the Treasury, Timothy Geithner - thus scuttling the IMF.

Well, globalism created this crisis. Now the globalists maintain to have its cure: globalism. How stupid do they think we are?

 

 

 


 

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