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Just What is the 'G20 Plan' Saying?

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posted on Oct, 18 2008 @ 08:30 AM
Hopefully many will already be aware of the

G20 Plans

that appeared in a breaking news thread, and which have also been touched on in the Worldwide Currency System thread.

The question is, what on earth does this document point towards? There is clear talk of global coordination of the financial system. If this were simply a matter of greater transparency and the eradication of malpractice that would be one thing. However there are, it appears, definite indications of a global political agenda tied to the proposed reforms.

This, for example, is taken from p.9:

With the state of the universe increasingly ulcerous, with the Group of Eight and the United Nations Security Council hardly representative of the new global order, Mr. Paul Martin, former Prime Minister of Canada, has intensified his campaign for a new international body of 15 or 20 powers to give global governance a chance.

While not divulging details, Martin said his talks with the U.S. presidential contenders, particularly the Democrat, Barack Obama, were most encouraging. “The Obama people … understand this issue. They understand that the United States has to do things differently.” The stated preference of Mr. McCain is for a league of democracies. But Mr. Martin explained that, for a new body to be effective, it can't leave out megapowers such as China. He described how his G20 campaign has picked up support from China, France, Britain and others. It's “going to happen,” he said. It's “inevitable.”

The NWO agenda does at times seem a little over-hyped. Perhaps it is the result of frustration born out of experience, as detractors are often keen to shout "tin-hat" before they have even studied and considered the evidence. On the other hand, where does this vocab originate? Answer: the mouths of US Presidents. So why not have a reasoned debate about the evidence for what it might involve?

I'm therefore hoping to attract those with an analytical mind to the G20 Plans linked to in the opening paragraph, above. Maxmars posted a formidable breakdown on p.1 of the breaking news thread which forms an excellent introduction, and other posters teased out a few other clues. Perhaps those with a particular interest in matters economic can further visualize, clarify and explain what all these leaders are about, as a result of studying the plans:

The Group of Twenty (G20) finance ministers and central bank governors was
established in 1999 in the area of finance... The first G20 gathering, hosted by Germany and co-chaired by Canada, took place in Berlin on December 15-16, 1999. The G20’s members are Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union.

The work of the G20 finance group has led to discussions of other “20” groups.

(Taken from the introduction)

Note the EU only counts as 1 of the 20.

The latest meeting took place on 11 October 08. Ask yourself: did you hear anything about it in the mainstream media? This is the only mention I came across:

President Bush mentions the G20 in Passing

...four days after the event.

posted on Nov, 15 2008 @ 05:06 PM
Would anyone like to analyze this in the light of today's G20 meeting in Washington? -

Summit pledge to 'restore growth'

This is being presented by the media simply as much-needed reform.

Having read the document you are left with the clear impression the bigger agenda is a completely new global financial system. Do you think the ultimate purpose of the G20 discussions is to coordinate the rapid introduction of such a system if/when the present system totally collapses?

posted on Nov, 15 2008 @ 07:13 PM
I dont think much will come from this meeting for it is just a show but I do feel over the next two years they will try to implement an asset reflation like in this article...

Have fun.


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