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Prime Minister Gordon Brown: World needs 'global New Deal'

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posted on Feb, 22 2009 @ 11:40 PM
Ominous words...even as I read this I still have a hard time believing this is really happening!

BERLIN, Germany (CNN) -- The world needs a "global New Deal" to haul it out of the economic crisis it faces, Prime Minister Gordon Brown of the United Kingdom said Sunday.

"We need a global New Deal -- a grand bargain between the countries and continents of this world -- so that the world economy can not only recover but... so the banking system can be based on... best principles," he said, referring to the 1930s American plan to fight the Great Depression.

New Deal

posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:32 AM
So now it's "Global New Deal".

The packet looks different, but it's still the same crap inside.

The sad thing is, once people have had enough of their orchestrated suffering, they will accept whatever "solution" is presented to them.

posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 02:32 PM
humm...lets see here...Brown just visited with Obama, and maybe they talked about this, just did not let the cat out of the bag.

March 6 (Bloomberg) -- Gordon Brown called on Group of 20 nations to agree a code on pay for bankers that would prevent institutions from rewarding bonuses that encourage risky behavior.

The U.K. prime minister, who returned yesterday from meeting President Barack Obama in Washington, told Labour Party members in Scotland that he wanted governments to agree together how they would regulate compensation systems.

“We cannot allow a race to the bottom in standards when we need to see the best standards all round,” Brown said in a speech to the Scottish Labour conference in Dundee. “We must agree international principles to end that short-term bonus culture and instead reward long-term sustainable results.”

The comments are aimed at getting G-20 support for action to reshape the banking industry after market turmoil forced governments around the world to provide more than $495 billion in support for institutions. Brown hosts a summit of G-20 leaders in London on April 2.

Brown is counting on the G-20 summit to revive his political fortunes after the Conservative opposition cut deeper into his popularity. With the next general election due by June 2010 at the latest, voter support for Labour has declined as Brown ordered additional measures to rescue banks.

posted on Mar, 10 2009 @ 12:34 PM
Here's Gordon Browns vision for Great Britain and the rest of the world.
Warning - Quite gory and lots of swearing!

[edit on 10-3-2009 by kindred]

posted on Mar, 12 2009 @ 02:51 AM
I watched the video. Your warnings were well taken, and yes it was pretty rough! Informative though!

The U.S.A is undergoing subversion. We must throw it off!'

Global New Deal is gathering stream!

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 07:03 PM

Merkle say NO to Global New Deal!
German Chancellor Angela Merkle has led an assault on UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s “global new deal”, and is my new hero by doing so. Brown’s “global new deal” calls for a $2 trillion plus fiscal stimulus package to end the global recession. In addressing the “global new deal”, Chancellor Merkle said, “I will not let anyone tell me that we must spend more money.” The Spanish finance minister Pedro Solbes echoed Merkle’s sentiments stating, “In these conditions, I and the rest of my colleagues from the Eurozone believe there is no room for new fiscal stimulus plans.”

The assault by EU leaders is also a defeat for President Obama’s plans for other countries to copy his $800 Billion stimulus plan.

So...even if Danel Hannan's excellent speech was not the reason things seem to fallen apart so far...and this just in...

On eve of G20 summit, new blow to Gordon BrownSenior cabinet
members dampen expectations of global spending deal

Ministers were struggling to maintain momentum for the G20 last night after it emerged that any spending decisions would be deferred to a later summit, further narrowing the scope of the London talks, which have been plagued by divisions between European leaders and Gordon Brown.

Yesterday, Kevin Rudd, the Australian prime minister who will hold pre-summit talks with Brown tomorrow, said it was now up to the International Monetary Fund to determine how much additional support the world economy would need next year...

[edit on 29-3-2009 by burntheships]

posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:53 PM
Citing the "Golden Rule", and religion...Gordon Brown calls for a New World Order, encompassing all faiths...Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism and Sikhism...

Speaking at St. Pauls Cathedral in London, Brown said " that we cannot be truly content while others face despair, cannot be completely at ease while others live in fear, cannot be satisfied while others are in sorrow"

Gordon Brown has made an overtly religious call for a new world order based on the 'deep moral sense' shared by all faiths.
Making the first speech by a serving Prime Minister at St Paul's Cathedral in London, he quoted scripture as he urged people to unite to forge a new 'global society'.
The Prime Minister argued that through all faiths, traditions and heritages runs a 'single powerful modern sense demanding responsibility from all and fairness to all'.
He quoted the Christian doctrine of 'do to others what you would have them do unto you' and highlighted similar principles in Judaism, Islam, Hinduism and Sikhism.

Related: Bilderberg Zoelick Admits New World Order Agenda

G20 -Gordon Brown: A NEW WORLD ORDER Is Being Born!!!

London, 2 Apr. - From the G20 in London, a "new world order" is emerging. So announced the British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, to a press conference. "First of all, for the first time, we have together fixed the principles for a reform of the global banking system," Brown said, "This is a vast programme of measures which for the first time brings the shadow banking system, including hedge funds, within the network of global reglulation. We have agreed on the need to set international accountancy standards, we shall set rules for the rating agencies to eliminate conflicts of interest; we have arrived at an agreement to put an end to tax havens which do not supply information upon request. This is the beginning of the end for tax havens".

Gordon Brown Prays for New World Order

posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 03:05 PM
'This is the day that the world came together to fight back against the global recession,' claims PM Gordon Brown as G20 agrees on plans for economic recovery (aka paln to spen and collapse the world economy)

Gordon Brown will enter talks with China today to see if it would be willing to commit extra funds to fighting a world recession in return for greater voting powers on multilateral institutions, including the IMF and World Bank.

Brown will hold talks with Hu Jintao, China's president, following discussions with Barack Obama, amid signs that developing countries see the G20 summit as a chance to impose a new world order and end the era of Anglo-European dominance

posted on Apr, 7 2009 @ 11:57 AM
Gordon Brown got what he bargained for...
Video Footage of Brown and Obama

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