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G20 leaders seal $1.1tr global deal

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posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 01:42 PM
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thats true Sky news and BBC news said the same.... TWO g-20 summits in one year
the NWO is now born..time for armed resistance is now!




all creeds,ideologies,races and sexes must unite for together we will overrun these tyrants!


[edit on 14/01/09 by Raider of Truth]




posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 01:44 PM
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Well, what I don't understand is that the amounts of money I see mentioned seem rather small to be effective in creating any type of currency used for global trade. Less than $10 trillion dollars for the entire world? Just doesn't make sense to me

Unless, and I hope you follow me here, the plan is that the major countries adopt the SDR as their currency at least where global trade is concerned and the relatively small amount of money allocated to the SDR is meant to keep prices relatively low and hinder inflation, much like when the entire money supply of the US was significantly smaller 200 years ago and $1 bought a lot.

I mean, maybe the SDR is a good thing. It sort of creates a unified financial language for the different countries to converse in. A country's domestic currency may fluctuate relative to the SDR but the SDR investment, or amount of SDR "Dollars" owned by any one country will stay constant compared to the SDR investment of partner countries.

In other words, lets say that $100 USD buys $1 SDR and the US owns $1,000 SDR. If the US domestic economy goes down then the relative value of dollar to SDR may change to say $150 USD buying $1 SDR but the original amount of $1,000 SDR is still worth the same in the global market and still maintains it's relative worth to other domestic currencies like say, the Euro.

(I hope this didn't sound rambling, like I said, I'm sick and sort of out of it)



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 01:45 PM
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I think we should still be allowed to vote on which global flag they will use.











posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 01:46 PM
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Where is the trillion coming from? Out of thin air? I thought America has spending billions, if not trillions, on corporate bailouts? What about the 2.1 TRILLION lost with the pentagon on SEPTEMBER 10, 2001!?

The trillion dollars G20 leaders offered is coming from WHERE?

[edit on 2-4-2009 by LactoseIntolerant]



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 01:50 PM
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Not a bad deal, world financial control for a measly $1 trillion investment.

Say what you will, these guys are pros.



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 01:54 PM
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You aren’t rambling. You have some good points.

This is why there are no major protests going on in the US. It is mostly a silent protest.

You can bet the survivalists stores are getting slammed today.

This will all appear to be a good thing. Many others agree with you, however this sh*# is very deceptive.

I think you, as well know not to put much faith in how our governments are handling things lately.

This is the beginning of sorrows for me,( not literally). I’m not sure you follow me either?



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 01:58 PM
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Dariousg, we all were wrong we thought it was going to be the amero and they trumped that with a world currency. See there is no Amero, you guys are crazy conspiracy nut jobs. All you can do is laugh at how ignorant we are as a society. Once everyone is broke they will openly agree that anything to bring back the free flowing money is good.

American Idol gets 30-35 million votes every week, I wish 10K people would watch Money masters.



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:00 PM
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We have became almost paperless, especially in banking transactions.

This created Trillion is simply invisable ""credits"" all done electronically to transfer credits from one bank to the other, slap them on a coded debit card and problem solved.

2010 will be quite different than we are accustomed to.

[edit on 2-4-2009 by wonderworld]



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:01 PM
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Originally posted by wonderworld
reply to post by 44soulslayer
 


I think we should still be allowed to vote on which global flag they will use.









I like the bottom one. Its kinda a rainbow. ^^



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:02 PM
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Originally posted by wonderworld

Things wont be not (nationalized) rather Globalized. I think we just took the step from being Socialist to Communist in the blink of an eye!



First of all it was never socialist. You don't own the corporation you work for and never have. The whole world is capitalist and THAT'S THE PROBLEM.

So if the intentions are to "globalize" then I say good! Maybe then we can start making peoples lives better instead of making more money for some fat ass.

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SDR aren't a new thing btw, I hope you people realize that.

I'll tell you what is happening though. What they have done.. This will create the eventual ability for wealthy nations to buy out third world nations since they will be turning to wealthier nations for a loan. This won't be pretty but it will probably happen, not any time soon though.

Of course this all assuming that the rest of the nations will go along with this.. of course they don't have much of a choice.



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:03 PM
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That 1st flag is amazing.


Could you reduce the size of the blue square then make up most of the rest of the flag with either the miniature flags of the world (as the current version looks a bit too USA-based) or perhaps with the map of the globe (as national flags will become obsolete,) leaving the hands on bars as a square in one of the other corners?

(Not so much a literal request as looking for a true representation of global fascism.)



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:06 PM
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I follow you, and don't worry, I don't trust the government farther than I can spit.

I'm just trying to think things out from every angle to get a better understanding of it.

I'm not ignoring the fact that this seems to represent a significant decrease in the US's individual power in the global market and possibly a reduction of domestic sovereignty.



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:07 PM
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I'd rather willingly work for another man than be forced to work for the government.

One is voluntary, and I can leave his employment if I so wish (and start my own business).

The government on the other hand, always enslaves me (via income tax).

I will always oppose mandated collectivism.
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Indeed SDRs aren't new. But have they ever been used as the denominated currency for last resort lending at the IMF?

The currency isn't new, but its earmarking as the new global currency is noteworthy. The euro was in existence in the early 1990s, far earlier than when it was actually and officially adopted. What we are seeing is the early movements towards the SDR as a global currency.



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:08 PM
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Originally posted by David9176
Say goodbye to the Constitution.



My heart is breaking.

There is a reason Jefferson hated Hamilton.



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:10 PM
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I want this one and the one you liked.





posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:10 PM
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Holy crap, he actually came out and said it, lol...


British Prime Minister Gordon Brown heralded the emergence of a "new world order" Thursday as the G-20 issued details of an "unprecedented" package of measures to tackle the global economic crisis.

www.cnn.com...


You'd think they would be careful not to use that term, unless they lurk here on ATS and enjoy laughing at everybody freaking out. More and more like Star Wars everyday...



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:11 PM
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Originally posted by 44soulslayer
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I'd rather willingly work for another man than be forced to work for the government.

One is voluntary, and I can leave his employment if I so wish (and start my own business).

The government on the other hand, always enslaves me (via income tax).

I will always oppose mandated collectivism.
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Indeed SDRs aren't new. But have they ever been used as the denominated currency for last resort lending at the IMF?

The currency isn't new, but its earmarking as the new global currency is noteworthy. The euro was in existence in the early 1990s, far earlier than when it was actually and officially adopted. What we are seeing is the early movements towards the SDR as a global currency.

I feel you I was sworn in to the US Coast Guard almost a year ago. I have 5 years to go before my torment is over. I hate being a dog for the military. -whimpers-



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:11 PM
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Originally posted by wonderworld
reply to post by LactoseIntolerant
 




This created Trillion is simply invisable ""credits"" all done electronically to transfer credits from one bank to the other, slap them on a coded debit card and problem solved.


[edit on 2-4-2009 by wonderworld]


So it IS out of thin air? I'm guessing rich countries are exempt from a credit rating (especially our's since we have, what, TRILLIONS of dollars in debt already?). #, I wish I could have the luxury. Invisible credit? Sounds made-up to me.



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:15 PM
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Great Post...I was onto the same, only posted mine in Global Meltdown. Since this thread has taken root, fantastic! Starred & Flagged.

Today is a big news day...and for the skeptics wondering about the One World Currency...look no further. Last night in a speech, Bilderberg Elitist Zoellick admitted to the agenda to end sovereignty, and impose Global Governance!!!
Bilderberg Elitist World Bank President Zoellick Admits To Agenda For World Governance!!!

Also we have Gordon Brown in Mainsteam Media on record praying to God for A New World Order...

Gordon Brown Prays for New World Order

And CNN reporting on how the financial crisis will lead to a New World Order...(great article with lots of embedded video)
edition.cnn.com...

Today...the phrase "New World Order" is echoing through every canyon and valley across the world!



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:18 PM
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Originally posted by 44soulslayer
reply to post by Techsnow
 


I'd rather willingly work for another man than be forced to work for the government.

One is voluntary, and I can leave his employment if I so wish (and start my own business).

The government on the other hand, always enslaves me (via income tax).

I will always oppose mandated collectivism.
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Yup I'd imagine a lot of people think the same and even I'm split on the subject. But the truth is as more wealth becomes concentrated into fewer hands and the less the worker has, the less he is willing to work for and the less he would care who he works for.

Communism failed in the past because it can't compete with capitalism.

Either way I promise you that the world IS and WILL lead to globalization of corporations and there is nothing anyone can do to stop it. You can only hope that people will still be able to protest their work rights.

I'll stop here before I get accused of derailing everyone scary NWO bashing.



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