(C4L) – Never letting a good crisis go to waste, the sovereignty-hating globalists continue to argue that national governments should have less say in implementing domestic financial regulation and fiscal policy.
According to International Monetary Fund managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn, “National oriented responses are not the way, since they risk creating economic conflicts.” The IMF publication goes on: Continue reading →
(UKPA) – Global financier the International Monetary Fund has switched its attention to the environment with a plan for the world’s governments to pool together to raise money needed to adapt to climate change. Continue reading →
(NYTimes) – The chief of the International Monetary Fund said Friday that the organization should reorient itself to better detect systemic risks to the global economy and quickly step in with emergency loans when financial crises emerge. Continue reading →
(WashingtonsBlog) – As everyone knows, the economy cannot permanently recover and truly stabilize until the giant banks are broken up. The top independent experts agree that the “too big to fails” are a drain on the economy and put the entire system at risk. Continue reading →
(Breitbart) – World unemployment will not peak for at least another eight to 12 months at least as the economic recovery takes root, the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Monday. Continue reading →
The International Monetary Fund has warned of “worrisome parallels” between the current global crisis and the Great Depression, despite the unprecedented steps already taken by central banks and governments worldwide. Continue reading →
According to Republican Senator Jim DeMint, there will be riots in response to the banker giveaway, now closing in on the astronomical number of $9.5 trillion. Mr. DeMint told Adam Bitely of Right Nation these riots will probably be small, although “I think there is a chance that we can see some large ones.” Continue reading →