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Brown snubbed over tax [Germans wreck 'global new deal']

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posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 02:13 PM
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Brown snubbed over tax [Germans wreck 'global new deal']


www.timesonline.co.uk

GORDON BROWN’S carefully laid plans for a G20 deal on worldwide tax cuts have been scuppered by an eve-of-summit ambush by European leaders.

Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, last night led the assault on the prime minister’s “global new deal” for a $2 trillion-plus fiscal stimulus to end the recession.

“I will not let anyone tell me that we must spend more money,” she said.

The Spanish finance minister, Pedro Solbes, also dismissed new cash being pledged at Thursday’s London summit.
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posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 02:13 PM
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Interesting development, I say. This whole week, I'd been preparing to see the world leaders just kinda crumble over and accept Gordon Brown's proposal of a $2Tril. "global new deal", espcially since President Obama is all for it.

The Germans blowing off the proposal is a big thing, in my opinion, since the German economy is the largest in Europe, and thereby the Eurozone. They're not a small player, that's for sure. It's really surprising to me that the Germans would blow this deal off, as well, because there are some really socialistic things here in Germany [mainly, they hand out money like it's going out of style], and this deal would move the world toward socialism--which from my experiences, Germans would view as a good thing.

I find it even more interesting that Spain is rejecting the move as well. Spain isn't doing too well right now and Brown's plan could help them a lot--if it worked.

I do believe that a one world financial system is inevitable, but perhaps this move by the Germans will delay it for a little while longer. Maybe not though as "the powers that be" could really work on Chancelor Merkel so that she accepts it between now and then.

www.timesonline.co.uk
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posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 02:17 PM
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That is quite interesting, then again Obama did say no to China's proposed Global Currency, so maybe Brown's idea was shot down long before he proposed it.

They could also just be setting themselves up to look like they don't have a choice when they finally lay this whole thing down on us. They will play it as the last possible resort, that's the only way the people will really agree.

They need to erode the economy a little more before they can really start with the crazy *snip*.

~Keeper



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 02:35 PM
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I must've missed that--Obama rejecting China's one currency idea. Over here in Germany on CNN International, they said quite often last week how the Obama Administration/Treasury Department were open to the idea.


They could also just be setting themselves up to look like they don't have a choice when they finally lay this whole thing down on us. They will play it as the last possible resort, that's the only way the people will really agree

That is entirely possible. I actually had a similar thought after I posted the article originally. I wouldn't be surprised if, after this meeting on Thursday, the G20 leaders emerge from their smoke filled room and say something like,"it's worse than we thought....OH NOES!"



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 02:37 PM
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Great news!! Well done Europe!!

The sooner this idiot is out the better for everyone.

This NWO unelected prime minister in 10 years has financally wrecked England. He is trying to bring Europe down the same drain.

Every man , woman and child now have a debt of 20,000 pounds (30.000$)

Get this donkey out now!! This guy is only evil in a suit!!



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 02:39 PM
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Who ever follows brown eventually will be nwo also, we all know that, even though he is very open in his wanting a nwo.



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 02:39 PM
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Yeah that's what I am leaning towards.

For the World Currency deal, the treasury department said it would be a great idea, but Obama said the US economy was stable and the dollar was strong, so there was no need to introduce another currency.

He's right, it is propsperous somewhat at the moment, but only until Hyper Inflation starts sometime this summer, then everything will be horrible. And I think he's also setting himself up for a "I didn't have a choice" scenario.

After all, they can't take a chance at hurting his "Messiah" image can they?

~Keeper



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 02:48 PM
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good news indeed let hope they run him down at G20.

i bet our PM (dutch) is gonna follow him like a little dog.
for you who don;t know him... meet harry potter prime minister of holland.
(bilderburger for 2 years)



brown does the same as obama
break the economy only to make it level to the world to
push for grobal currency

so they wont get any comment like the us or uk is to "rich"blabla... not fair..





[edit on 29-3-2009 by whatshenneping]



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 02:52 PM
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It's funny, I thought Obama was for a new world currency or at least the Amero but now that China is proposing a new global currency, Obama is suddenly dismissive of the idea.

I suspect that China's idea of a world currency didn't fit in with Obama's idea of a new world currency because it wouldn't benefit Obama's group, the Bilderberg group


So suddenly the Bilderbergers realized that it wouldn't be their type of global currency but China's type.

So they're coming out swinging against it now


The NWO's plans is in huge trouble. They're suddenly realizing that their system, once superficially implemented, would not last very long.

Talk about FAIL.



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 02:55 PM
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You seem to be under the impression that China is running itself? There is no rich nation on the planet that isn't controled by the NWO friend.

Everything they do, put simply is a dog and ponny show for us to keep us entertained while they make their decisions behind closed doors.

Don't think they don't want it because it's China's. Don't you worry it'll work for all parties involved once it gets off the ground. They are just biding time and testing the waters with the public at the moment.



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 03:00 PM
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I must've missed that--Obama rejecting China's one currency idea. Over here in Germany on CNN International, they said quite often last week how the Obama Administration/Treasury Department were open to the idea.


thats a game.. next day timmy boy said HE (god??) is intersted.
china is also "for" and cnn is just an no go!! all they do is lie to you.

is all confusion... to get europe in i guess by letting the world think usa is not interested... THEY THOUGHT IT UP!!!....

europe is nothing to the world no oil ,minarels, sun.. useless to the NWO so might as well let it go bankrupt... provoke war between beliefssystems.



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 03:03 PM
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It's funny, I thought Obama was for a new world currency or at least the Amero but now that China is proposing a new global currency, Obama is suddenly dismissive of the idea.



exactly, all a game...
russia says no lanch NK, usa says later ... not shooting it down
same game.. they are all in the same plan...no doubt



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 03:06 PM
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“In these conditions I and the rest of my colleagues from the eurozone believe there is no room for new fiscal stimulus plans,” he said.

Nicolas Sarkozy, the French president, has insisted that “radical reform” of capitalism is more important than tax cutting.


Well this is good, this is what needs to be done! Hopefully they realize that reform of capitalism is need and not more inflation.



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