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The World Bank is part of a Conflict Prevention and Post-Conflict Resolution Network, which consists of the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), as well as bilateral donor agencies, humanitarian aid agencies, and foundations.
Under the Marshall Plan after World War II, the United States gave $ 13 billion to rebuild western Europe. But some historians argue that the United States' most important legacy was its role in establishing the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), named the Bretton Woods institutions, after the site of the conference in 1944 in New Hampshire. At Bretton Woods, forty-four allies agreed to a multilateral institutional framework designed to restore economic growth and monetary stability.
originally posted by: purplemer
originally posted by: pikestaff
I wonder how the 'world bank' is going to deal with Muslims? sharia law forbids interest payments on money loaned, pity I wont be here to see the radical Muslims hang all the banksters.
As much as I do not like what the bankers stand for. They are still people and they only do what they do because we allow it to happen. I would like to see the removal of some infrastructure but I really do not think we need any more violence. Any kind of violent revolt would mean we have learnt nothing and will continue to do things the way they are happening now..
Lest we think this is all bunk, keep in mind Pope Francis has announced his intention of welcoming aliens into the Universal Catholic Church. And the Pope has 52 miles of secret library shelves going back 2000 years to back his pronouncements. Our alphabet agencies are pikers
originally posted by: gladtobehere
a reply to: purplemer
She comes off as disinfo-ish to me.
While she implicates the banksters, she never mentions the Rothschilds, who are the creators of this debt based, central banking, nightmare called the global economy.