Spiegel-interview (published 5 Oct. 2010):  Question: Has IMF became the first post-crisis world government? Strauss-Kahn stretches when he hears the question, and pauses for 20 seconds "No, no. A government has to consist of elected persons." In Strauss-Kahn's view, the IMF should become an administrative unit of sorts for the G-20 - an agency that "tries to find solutions for global and national problems. 

Summary: Since Mayer Amschel Rothschild´s day, the international banking cartel of the world´s financial centres has created a huge empire based on the world's money supply, buying the media and politicians - and by dominating elite clubs and institutions including the Bank for International Settlements in Basel and its partner, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and its twin, the World Bank. This clique created the great economic subprime crisis that the world s now living through - and in return got billions of our money as bail-outs. And its political offspring, the EU, together with the IMF follows up with policy responses in the form of austerity requirements that are now destroying the welfare states and send millions of unemployed Europeans to the streets in mass protests. The IMF and the EU now force the nation states to honour their commitment to reduce their deficits to the eurozone limit of 3.0% of the GDP and their debts to 60% by taking out loans in the banks of the banking cartel at interest, which they cannot do without cutting social services  - instead of getting income by taxing those same banks. And the requirement is extended to all EU countries. As economist Dean Baker writes: "Central Bank directors and their accomplices in the IMF are dictating policy to democratically elected governments. Their agenda seems to be the same everywhere: cutting pension benefits, reducing public support for health care, weaken unions and making ordinary workers put up with pay cuts. " The intention is to get the nations to collapse - which can easily be done with the enormous costs of an unproductive Islamic immigration. Thus, the expenditure on immigration supposedly took 30% of Denmark´s and Sweden´s state budgets in 2001. In fact, Tony Blair's speechwriter has said that the political purpose of this immigration is exactly to transform Western societies radically. This requires dictatorship - which the EU´s Lisbon Treaty, the European Central Bank and the Eurogendfor gendarmerie are to secure. The IMF has, according to Nobel laureate, Joseph Stiglitz, a well-documented procedure to create dictatorship (Argentina, Brazil, Tanzania, etc.): It removes people´s jobs and livelihoods. Then people will take to the streets in despair - and the dictatorship can set the stage for gendarmerie/military action so create calm on the banking cartel´s conditions. The IMF has just said it "fears" a social explosion because of poverty. E.g. U.S. politicians do not care about poverty because the poor do not vote, anyway. Dean Baker writes: "The IMF and the global banking cartel creates conditions for social unrest and are pushing for policies that will provoke them. And the Pentagon is preparing for a military response." Global Research writes that the bank elite is in the process of dividing and conquering through divisive issues like immigration, homosexuality, the right to welfare, etc. Now they need a common external enemy and a patriotic fervour and war that causes people to renounce their rights to their elitist leaders - gladly (Pearl Harbor, Sept. 11, for instance.). The U.S., Israel and the NATO alliance have already warned Iran, Lebanon, Syria, North Korea, Venezuela, Russia and China. The IMF has big plans: a paper entitled "Reserve accumulation and International Monetary Stability" suggests a world bank like Rothschild´s BIS and Federal Reserve as well as a global currency - called the "bancor". Barroso says every crisis makes the EU stronger, i.e. EU graps more power. Now  Europeans are rising by the millions in demonstrations - so far in 25 countries - and this is just the beginning, says the chairman of the European Trade Union Confederation. Especially Greeks, Spaniards and Frenchmen will not put up with the austerities.

Berlin-demoEuropean Voice 24 Aug. 2010: Europe's trade unions have announced that they are organising an EU-wide day of protest on 29 September against government austerity measures.
The announcement of the day of action coincided with the publishing of economic data suggesting that national austerity measures are slowing down the EU's recovery from the economic crisis. Countries that have introduced austerity programmes in recent months include Denmark, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain and the UK. France, the only major EU economy that has yet to announce a comprehensive austerity programme, has come under pressure to do so from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and credit-ratings agencies. Ratings agencies have warned France that it faces losing its coveted triple-A credit rating unless it takes credible measures to significantly cut its deficit

Demonstration-against-austerityEUObserver 30 Sept. 2010: . A procession of roughly 100,000 people snaked through the streets of Brussel on Sept. 29.

Global Research 30 Sept. 2010: If the anti-labor forces succeed, they will break up Europe, destroy the internal market, and render that continent a backwater.  As John Monks, head of the European Trade Union Confederation, put it: "This is the start of the fight, not the end." In the small Baltic economies, pro-labor parties have made it clear that the alternative to government shrinkage is to simply repeal the debts, withdraw from the Euro and break the banks. Spanish-strike The EC is using the mortgage banking crisis  as an opportunity to fine governments and even drive them bankrupt if they do not agree to roll back public-sector salaries. This is blackmail. The EU just passed a law to fine governments up to 0.2% of GDP for not "fixing" their budget deficits by imposing fiscal austerity. Governments are told to borrow at interest from the banks, rather than raising revenue by taxing them. And if governments are unable to raise the money to pay the interest, they must close down their social programs.  Europe is to be turned into a banana republic. This requires dictatorship, and the European Central Bank (ECB) has assumed this power from elected government. This is economic suicide. The unelected members of the European Central Bank have taken over planning power from elected government. The aim is to double the relative share of wealth enjoyed by the richest 1%. EUbusiness 28 Sept. 2010 brings a survey of the drastic increasing unemployment and cuts in welfare benefits throughout Europe.

EUbusiness 22 Sept. 2010: The Spanish cuts aim to bring the public deficit down to the eurozone limit of 3.0 percent of GDP by 2013 from 11.2 percent last year. The government has also introduced labour market reforms which cut Spain's high cost of dismissing workers and gives companies more flexibility to reduce working hours and staff levels in economic downturns in a bid to fight an an unemployment rate of 20 percent. Zapatero will not backpedal, because he must reduce the public deficit, requirements of the IMF, the EU and the markets ( ANSAmed 29 Sept. 2010.) And  Portugal is in a similar scrape. Furthermore, London´s Underground Tubes are facing strikes. 

Radio Utopia 13 June 2010: 45.000 people demonstrating in Berlin and Stuttgart against the devastating dismantling of the social state. The police holds maneuvers to crush social riots, beating statists. Here a video showing, how the dmonstration in the Torstrasse on 12 June took place – 3 crackers were thrown, 2 police officers were injured. Corresponding description here. 
The Guardian 1 Oct. 2010: Global unemployment will trigger further social urest, the UN agency ILO forecasts, and it notices that social unrest has already been reported in at least 25 countries. 

Meanjobs_1714491cAll this seems meticulously planned, Global Res. 28 Sept. 2010: The IMF has a long experience of destabilizing nations to make them comply with the New World Order. The last 2 of its 4-step plan is rising food prices to people who have before that been deprived of their livings and jobs. Finally riots by the desperate poulations ensue - as described by former World Bank chief economist, Josef Stiglitz. As the Telegraph wrote on 13 Sept. 2010 IMF fears 'social explosion' from world jobs crisis.
America and Europe face the worst jobs crisis since the 1930s and risk "an explosion of social unrest" unless they tread carefully, the International Monetary Fund has warned.

"The labour market is in dire straits. The Great Recession has left behind a waste land of unemployment," said Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the IMF's chief, at an Oslo jobs summit with the International Labour Federation (ILO). A joint IMF-ILO report said 30m jobs had been lost since the crisis.  A recent Washington Post report states : “IMF issues broad call for US financial prudence: Cut Social Security. Ditch the deduction for interest on home mortgages. Tax gasoline.  The United States recently opened itself to the most intense scrutiny yet by the International Monetary Fund, and the agency criticized some well-defended aspects of American culture — cheap fuel, subsidized housing, and a government retirement check…. “ Economist Dean Baker writes: “The central bankers and their accomplices at the IMF are dictating policies to democratically elected governments. Their agenda seems to be the same everywhere, cut back retirement benefits, reduce public support for health care, weaken unions and make ordinary workers take pay cuts.”
The IMF’s program is almost certain to reduce spending further leading to even larger shortfalls in demand and more unemployment….What is the IMF´s motivaton?.”

IMF-afmagringIn an article entitled, “The Attack of the Real Black Helicopter Gang: The IMF Is Coming for Your Social Security,” Economist Dean Baker writes:  The collapse of subprime bubble destroyed most of the savings of the near retirees for whom the IMF wants to cut Social Security.  So the IMF and global banking cartel are setting the conditions for social unrest and pushing for policies that will provoke it, and the Pentagon is preparing for a military response.

Here you can see, how the IMF slimmed Indonesia, Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Tanzania  in the years 1997–2000. Under the year 2001, you can see former World Bank Chief Economist, Nobel Prize winner, Joseph Stiglitz, telling of the IMF´s twin, the World Bank´s, similar slimming methods.  

We are steamrolling toward spontaneous riots and outbursts of armed insurrection. The percentage of Americans living paycheck to paycheck has exploded to a shocking 77 percent. A recent report from the Washington Post: We are up against a general recognition that poor people don’t vote in great numbers.

How will this imperial fascist banking cartel respond to revolt? How will they maintain their power over an increasingly radicalized and hostile US population?
In an attempt to stave off organized rebellion, they are already escalating their propaganda efforts in attempts to divide and distract the population - using divisive issues like immigration, racism, religious bigotry, the “lazy unemployed,” “entitlement welfare” and gay marriage to divide and distract the population and prevent the masses from organizing against their Strauss-kahn-2true oppressors.

As the economy continues to collapse, the banking elite risk being overthrown as a result of their own greed. So they will then turn to physical, military-based violence to suppress populations. To paraphrase policy analyst Anatol Lieven, the classic strategy of an endangered oligarchy is to divert discontent among the population into nationalistic militarism. It is time, once again, to bang the drums of war and “whip the citizenry into a patriotic fervor.” Then, the citizenry, infused with fear and blinded by patriotism, will offer up all of their rights unto the leader and gladly so.”

Strauss-Kahn is the IMF boss 

An increased external threat will lead to an increased internal crackdown, which creates the pretext and conditions for a police state to suppress American citizens, and to further repress and divert internal dissent.Banker001 Without an external enemy to rally the population against, the population will rally against the pre-existing internal powers.  The global banking cartel  will deflect blame to China.

Based on early maneuvering it is evident that the masters of war have already drawn up sides. You may have missed it, but the US, Israel and the NATO Alliance have already put Iran, Lebanon, Syria, North Korea, Venezuela, Russia and China on notice. And the “withdrawals” from Iraq and the Af-Pak region are over-hyped. The operations in this region have essentially been a warm-up for much wider-ranging attacks against much stronger countries. The global banking cartel is playing chess, using these wars as only initial geo-strategic moves in a grand strategy toward total world domination.

The intensity of military maneuvering presently occurring is alarming. Read through these recent news reports pulled from the AmpedStatus database , all from just the past few weeks, and let me know if you think I’m being extreme in foreseeing World War III.

Pearl_harbor_RGSmithPres. Franklin D. Roosevelt managed the Great Depression by letting the Japanese attack Pearl Harbot. What about Tonkin Bay? What about 9/11? What will Obama do, now that his popularity and influence plummeting in the upcoming elections - and i.a. his chief of Staff quits?

Indeed, the IMF has big plans: A paper entitled “Reserve Accumulation and International Monetary Stability”  by the Strategy, Policy and Review Department of the IMF recommends that the world adopt a global currency called the “Bancor” and that a global central bank be established to administer that currency.  The report is dated April 13, 2010.  This is a very serious proposal in an official document from one of the mega-powerful institutions that is actually running the world economy.  Anyone who follows the IMF knows that what the IMF wants, the IMF usually gets.  ”Bancor” is the name of a hypothetical world currency unit once suggested by John Maynard Keynes. Unfortunately, the IMF has a very bad reputation.

In fact, at one point the IMF report specifically compares the proposed global central bank to the Federal Reserve and here and here….the Federal Reserve  has devalued the U.S. dollar by over 95 percent since it was created and the U.S. government has accumulated the largest debt in the history of the world under this system. So now we want to impose such a system on the entire globe?

The truth is that a global currency (whether it be called the “Bancor” or given a different name entirely) would be a major blow to national sovereignty and would represent a major move towards global governmentThe truth is that there are some very powerful interests that are absolutely determined to create a global currency and a global central bank (like Rothschild´s BIS) for the global economy that we now live in.

Here is one of the minions of those powerful interests: The Commission's President, Jose Manuel Barrosso, described the measures of the banker-founded EU as the "most comprehensive reinforcement of economic governance since the launch of the Economic and Monetary Union". Far-reaching proposals to crack down on European Union countries that fail to keep a tight rein on their economies could eventually apply to the UK, the European Commission said yesterday. Controversially, the proposals, which will have to be approved by EU member states, would give Brussels the right to impose automatic fines on any country that flouts the EU's rules on debt and deficit.

Officials say possible sanctions include stripping a country of its EU agricultural subsidies or its structural funds. In addition, Berlin is calling for rule-breakers to lose their voting rights at the European Council. Note this power grabbing does not just concern the euro countries – but all EU countries. “Never let a good crisis go to waste,” as US Treasurer Geithner, says – and Barroso frankly states that every crisis made the EU stronger! And the Illuminist bankers behind the world government, too.  See who they are.
Oddly, no one draws connects this dismantling of the social states with rhe mass immigration to Europe, which cost Denmark and Sweden 30% of their state budgets in 2001!!
It should not be forgotten that the EU with the Eurogendfor Gendarmerie  entitled to  shoot into demonstrations, (under circumstances to be decided on the spot with short notice) just has braced itself for social unrest.