Busted: Bankers and The Global Economy

January 1, 2011

Bilderberg Documents & Links

Filed under: banking, business, corporatism, globalization, inflation, invest, money, United Nations — Tags: , — digitaleconomy @ 3:18 pm
2009 Press Release & Participant List 2009 Bilderberg Group
2008 Participant List 2008 Bilderberg Group
2007 Uniting the West – The Bilderberg Group, the Cold War and European Integration, 1952 – 1966 Thomas W. Gijswijt
2007 Participant List 2007 Bilderberg Group
2006 Participant List 2006 Bilderberg Group
1996 Correspondence with William J. Perry Bilderberg Group
1980 Meeting Report & Participant List 1980 Wikileaks
1963 Meeting Report 1963 Wikileaks
1962 Meeting Report & Participant List 1962 Wikileaks
1960 Meeting Report 1960 Wikileaks
1958 Meeting Report 1958 Wikileaks
1957 Meeting Report 1957 Wikileaks
1956 Bilderberg History Wikileaks
1955 Meeting Report 1955 Wikileaks
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November 11, 2008

Britain: New Global Order and Finance

the only thing to fear is fear itself

the only thing to fear is fear itself

History seems to be in the making. The British Prime Minister is on the forefront of digital and economic globalization that sees the current turmoil in the world economy offers a chance to build a “new global order” based on cooperation and opportunity.

Mr. Brown summarized his approach as internationalist, interventionist and progressive, an approach he believes should make the world confident for the future, making 2008 a year to be remembered not for the financial crash, but for the way in which the world “endured it and prevailed”.

pm-and-lord-mayor-banquetOnce again, the British are on the forefront of promoting a new empire of global unity as an enduring power of ideals that promotes a global society that rises to meet challenges as they arise. The Prime Minister sees financial stability as an international duty of peace and unity. He wants to use U.N. peacekeepers to enforce the peace through the reduction of weapons, both nuclear and otherwise.

He speaks of getting behind the United States to bring about a new change of global mission even though at this time, neither George Bush or Barack Obama are now speaking about this mission. Barack Obama has dropped hints. Could something be going on behind the scenes that isn’t public knowledge? This prospect seems likely.

Prime Minister Brown gives high meaning to what he sees as the new Bretton Woods accord, involving the creation of a new monetary age and a new age of international cooperation. He is promoting getting rid of old orthodoxies in exchange for building on a new global solution of prosperity through the World Bank and new measures to sustain growth. This effort seems to built around the charismatic conviction of Gordon Brown and Barack Obama. You should be paying attention. For those that are concerned with Biblical prophecy, this is a very interesting item to take note of. ~ E. Manning

October 19, 2008

United Nations wants in on Economic Authority

As the world basks in turmoil of a global financial crisis and proposals of special summits by various world leaders, the United Nations has offered French President Nicolas Sarkozy the U.N. headquarters in New York access and use of their facilities for an international summit. Not long ago, the European Union and Sarkozy sought out U.S. President George Bush. The resulting insider news is that George Bush will be sponsoring a global economic summit in hopes of responding better to the crisis. Sarkozy has appealed to prime economic world leaders to act aggressively and in unity to address the economic meltdown at a summit by December.

The United States has been somewhat hesitant to initiate many of financial policies that some European Union leaders are eager for and relunctant to get involved with the U.N. and Europe. Instead, the Bush administration is working feverishly to put out the nation’s economic fires and to deal with them successfully behind the scenes.

What does the United Nations say? The United Nations considers itself as “the symbol of multilateralism.” U.N. leadership believes that it holds the keys to a universal legitimacy to the endeavor to “demonstrate a collective will to face this serious global challenge.” The United Nations needs the good publicity and a way to wield global influence as well. What better way wield influence than to sponsor a global economic summit in a time when the world scene looks so dark?

Sarkozy is calling to overhaul the global financial system so that it can be better supervised in the wake of the crisis. “Together we need to rebuild a capitalism that is more respectful to man, more respectful to the planet, more respectful to future generations and be finished with a capitalism obsessed by the frantic search for short-term profit.” Those seem to be poetic words for a hurting world that is seeking solace and security from a global debacle wrought by speculation and greed. What will national leaders give up to secure a better future in the eyes of politicians and global economists? The future of currency systems seems to be in question now with some “new ideas” that are likely to be presented. ~ E. Manning

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