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Bilderberg Elitist Zoellick Admits Agenda To End Sovereignty, Impose Global Governance!!!

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posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 08:14 AM
reply to post by cenpuppie

If they are indeed trying to woo China, then yes the common man is in trouble. A one world global economic system is what's needed..a set of standards. But trying to use it to force national policy...that's what we are trying to do in the middle east and it hasn't worked YET! I mean, north korea and cuba has embargos out the wazoo, but it doesn't hurt the dictator, just the people..

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 08:36 AM
reply to post by Perseus Apex

Good points!

I am not sure that some folks realize just who Robert Zoellick is...
Does anyone here remember Enron? How about Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac?

Bilderberg Robert Zoellick is the former Executive Vice President of Fannie Mae and advisor to Goldman Sachs, was intimately involved in the Enron scandal and the 2000 presidential election debacle. He was also a signatory to the Project For A New American century document that called for invading Iraq as part of implementing a brutal world empire in 1998. He was later a foreign policy advisor to George W. Bush...

[edit on 3-4-2009 by burntheships]

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 09:21 AM

Originally posted by ElectroMagnetic Multivers

Originally posted by Solomons
I agree with ChadWickus..anyway,the financial system had to be revamped.

Obviously, they rode it into the ground, lol.

Exactly, or could be said that they "drove" it into the ground!


Looking a bit deeper, scratch below the surface to see just what is really going on here?

Since when did poeple decide to trust a "World Government"?

Most people I know do not even trust thier local government!
So logical thinking would lead us to know instinctively that a larger governing body, such as a New World Order would be even less beneficial for individuals!.

So just who would the World Governance benefit? Maybe only the "Government" and not the people!

Might we look at the results of what these Powers that Be have accomplished so far? And what factors we find at work...Fear and strange arithmatic!?

Take for instance the health and welfare of children...
People, think...please think about this:

Most directly, they signal that there are deep changes, even if partial, in their countries or regions of origin. In my research, for instance, I have found a direct connection between IMF and World Bank restructuring programmes in poor countries with the growth of trafficking of women and children for the sex industry of rich countries. The World Bank's multiple incentives to develop tourism enclaves in less developed countries has been a key factor promoting the development of sex tourism as a sort of appendix to these large projects. This often includes a flow of trafficked women and children into tourism complexes, not only from other global south countries but also from intermediate economies such as Ukraine and Poland. In brief, it is far too simple to say that we have trafficking because we have traffickers. The IMF and the World Bank are also actors that have produced the growth of trafficking.

More indirectly, the presence of immigrations and refugees can also point to changes in the countries of destination - changes in labour demand, in the development of the sex industry, attempts in certain economic sectors to weaken labour unions, among other factors.

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 09:28 AM
Hi all, first post ever here ! But lots of reading on ATS on all kind of subjects including NWO.

I'm wondering why this fact has not raised so far: I read many times about NWO predictions before and lots of them were predicting that Obama would be the key to the creation of the NWO...

For the first time, Ive read a prediction on ATS and it has happened

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 10:08 AM
What could a ONE world government ultimately bring?

A war that will eliminate portions of an overpopulated world, poverty and overpopulation are a drain on resources and the global economies. Consolidating global governments, global monetary system and government, greater separation of classes with more control over the poor through socialist programs will ultimately provide a high measure of stability, power and financial security for the elite.

If they have their way the future will have only two classes of people, and the top class will have ALL of the power. The lower will be forever in their service with little or no opportunity for advancement. All others eliminated and population growth limited and controlled.

Then the people of the world can at last live as ONE.

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 11:10 AM
It seems that some have a problem with admitting the obvious. The terminology of a "one world monetary system" and a "new world order" have become common phrases in the main stream media and some will still not admit it. I know exactly why.
To admit that there truly is a "one world system" coming into existence would be to admit the Holy Bible is correct. Biblical prophecy has told us about this "new world order" for over 2,000 years. If the Bible is correct about this, and it is, then what else is it correct about?
Just think about it.........

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 12:54 PM
reply to post by JesusSaves2008

Indeed if one wants to ignore the is curious.
Even with all of the proof on the table, some will still deny deny deny.
As for the Bible...yes for many that is another reality they will ignore.
I think it is referred to willful ignorance in the scriptures!


Anderson Cooper on Gordon Brown and Barack Obama and The New World Order...

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 01:56 PM

Originally posted by eldard
reply to post by Chadwickus

They're not getting it, they are being loaned it. With interest.

Really, you should run for office since you believe everything people in power say.

How dare you criticize the altruistic Robert Zoellick (neocon perpetraitor of 9/11) and make insinuations about his Freddywickus minion and tireless NWO defender.

Really, Zoellick, the World Bank and IMF are deeply concerned about poor, developing countries.

Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by eldard

So, being loaned it isn't getting it?

Yeah, they're "getting it" all right -- where the Western Australian sun don't shine: Review -- Confessions of an Economic Hitman:

John Perkins started and stopped writing Confessions of an Economic Hit Man four times over 20 years. He says he was threatened and bribed in an effort to kill the project, but after 9/11 he finally decided to go through with this expose of his former professional life. Perkins, a former chief economist at Boston strategic-consulting firm Chas. T. Main, says he was an "economic hit man" for 10 years, helping U.S. intelligence agencies and multinationals cajole and blackmail foreign leaders into serving U.S. foreign policy and awarding lucrative contracts to American business. "Economic hit men (EHMs) are highly paid professionals who cheat countries around the globe out of trillions of dollars," Perkins writes. Confessions of an Economic Hit Man is an extraordinary and gripping tale of intrigue and dark machinations. Think John Le Carré, except it's a true story.

Perkins writes that his economic projections cooked the books Enron-style to convince foreign governments to accept billions of dollars of loans from the World Bank and other institutions to build dams, airports, electric grids, and other infrastructure he knew they couldn't afford. The loans were given on condition that construction and engineering contracts went to U.S. companies. Often, the money would simply be transferred from one bank account in Washington, D.C., to another one in New York or San Francisco. The deals were smoothed over with bribes for foreign officials, but it was the taxpayers in the foreign countries who had to pay back the loans. When their governments couldn't do so, as was often the case, the U.S. or its henchmen at the World Bank or International Monetary Fund would step in and essentially place the country in trusteeship, dictating everything from its spending budget to security agreements and even its United Nations votes. It was, Perkins writes, a clever way for the U.S. to expand its "empire" at the expense of Third World citizens. While at times he seems a little overly focused on conspiracies, perhaps that's not surprising considering the life he's led. --Alex Roslin

[edit on 3-4-2009 by GoldenFleece]

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 02:12 PM
reply to post by burntheships

Good points 'burntheships'. Yes, Zoellick is well known among the worlds 'authorities' to be a leader with a Zionist agenda.

Zionists, led by the International bankster cartel and the Likud Party of Israel are not Jewish! They are a blasphemy unto our Creator and a corruptor of the common will of man.

If there ever was a people with a 'Divide and Conquer agenda, it's the Zionists and the Nazis. What the world will soon discover is they are one and the same. Most are unaware of the 'background' of Hitler and his familial ties as well as who financed his 'mission'.

One can Google on if they are unaware of who pulls your strings though this is good start:

Makow continues: "In my opinion, Zionism is a movement to deceive Jews into advancing the objectives of British imperialism. (See, The Jewish Conspiracy is British Imperialism.) Zionists who have built their lives on a false premise naturally will reject this view. Specifically, Jews helped the British-Jewish elite colonize the oil-rich Middle East under the pretext of Jews needing a national home. Despite the appearance of neutrality, the British (and Americans) financed, trained and equipped the Jews. (John Coleman, Diplomacy by Deception p. 107.) The ‘British’ are really the London-based international banking cartel associated with names like Rothschild and Rockefeller. It doesn't answer to any government. Its goal is to colonize the world and everyone in it. Jews are a means to this end. As seen in Iraq, Zionists (a.k.a Neocons) play a major role in the colonization of the Middle East. The important thing to remember is that Israel is the creation of this cartel; both Israel and the US are its tools."

Top Secret? Now ask yourself why? True Leadership does not require secrecy unless they are to serve the agenda of 'Another'.

Educate youreselves and your neighbors.
Your 'inherent' right to Liberty and Freedom is to be taken 'hostage' with or without your consent. How many more examples does one need to witness?

[edit on 3-4-2009 by Perseus Apex]

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 02:17 PM
reply to post by GoldenFleece

Great Post! I suspect many people are still confused by the events of the G20 Summit, and many are in shock. Thank you for a very pertinent addition to this thread...isnt that the way it always is? Follow the money trail...
Absolute power corrupts, absolutely.

John Perkins and his role as Economic Hitman (EHM) is the main theme in part II of the movie Zeitgeist: Addendum, released October 2008. He also appears in the documentary movie "Let's make money" (in German) by the Austrian director Erwin Wagenhofer, released October 2008.

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 02:34 PM
Everything you need to know about the G20 deal...

If you believe the extracts from the communiqué, the summit has sealed a historic agreement that will hasten the end of the recession. Is this confidence justified? Sean O'Grady, Economics Editor, reads between the lines
1. We, the Leaders of the Group of Twenty, met in London on 2 April 2009.

Uncontroversial, though some, such as Silvio Berlusconi of Italy, would prefer policy to be run by the smaller G8 (currently chaired by Mr Berlusconi).

2. We face the greatest challenge to the world economy in modern times; a crisis which has deepened since we last met, which affects the lives of women, men, and children in every country, and which all countries must join together to resolve. A global crisis requires a global solution.

Again, unarguable. The latest authoritative forecast, from the OECD, points to a global economic contraction of 2.7 per cent in 2009, the worst since the Second World War.

3. We start from the belief that prosperity is indivisible; that growth, to be sustained, has to be shared; and that our global plan for recovery must have at its heart the needs and jobs of hard-working families, not just in developed countries but in emerging markets and the poorest countries of the world too; and must reflect the interests, not just of today's population, but of future generations too. We believe that the only sure foundation for sustainable globalisation and rising prosperity for all is an open world economy based on market principles, effective regulation, and strong global institutions.

Correct, as far as it goes. No country can easily pursue fiscal expansion on its own, and globalised financial institutions suggest some globalised oversight.

4. We have today therefore pledged to do whatever is necessary to:

• restore confidence, growth, and jobs;

• repair the financial system to restore lending;

• strengthen financial regulation to rebuild trust;

• fund and reform our international financial institutions to overcome this crisis and prevent future ones;

• promote global trade and investment and reject protectionism, to underpin prosperity; and

• build an inclusive, green, and sustainable recovery.

By acting together to fulfil these pledges we will bring the world economy out of recession and prevent a crisis like this from recurring in the future.

"To do whatever is necessary" includes doing little or nothing if you think action is not needed.

5. The agreements we have reached today, to treble resources available to the IMF to $750bn, to support a new SDR allocation of $250bn, to support at least $100bn of additional lending by the MDBs, to ensure $250bn of support for trade finance, and to use the additional resources from agreed IMF gold sales for concessional finance for the poorest countries, constitute an additional $1.1 trillion programme of support to restore credit, growth and jobs in the world economy. Together with the measures we have each taken nationally, this constitutes a global plan for recovery on an unprecedented scale.

The single concrete result of the summit. Recapitalising the IMF is a genuinely valuable move, reassuring the world that vulnerable nations will not be allowed to go bust. There is also much more money available to fund international trade. The IMF will be encouraged to create more of its own money – so-called "special drawing rights". That in turn means a global creation of money in the same way the Bank of England and the US Fed are attempting "quantitative easing". China may see a bigger role in the IMF. A fine success that Mr Brown has been working towards for a decade but, arguably, that could have been done through normal channels.

6. We are undertaking an unprecedented and concerted fiscal expansion, which will save or create millions of jobs which would otherwise have been destroyed, and that will, by the end of next year, amount to $5 trillion, raise output by 4 per cent, and accelerate the transition to a green economy. We are committed to deliver the scale of sustained fiscal effort necessary to restore growth.

This sounds a lot, but much of it is spent. Glaringly, there is no commitment to, say, the IMF goal that all nations commit to a further fiscal boost of 2 per cent of GDP – about $3 trillion. Germany won this fight but the US will resent that its tax dollars will be used to buy German goods with no reciprocal gesture.

9. Taken together, these actions will constitute the largest fiscal and monetary stimulus and the most comprehensive support programme for the financial sector in modern times. Acting together strengthens the impact and the exceptional policy actions announced so far must be implemented without delay. Today, we have further agreed over $1 trillion of additional resources for the world economy through our international financial institutions and trade finance.

Every advanced economy has boosted spending and cut interest rates like never before, showing they will not repeat the policy mistakes of the 1930s that gave us the Great Depression.

11. We are resolved to ensure long-term fiscal sustainability and price stability and will put in place credible exit strategies from the measures that need to be taken now to support the financial sector and restore global demand. We are convinced that by implementing our agreed policies we will limit the longer-term costs to our economies, thereby reducing the scale of the fiscal consolidation necessary over the longer term.

Most nations have "exit strategies" – tax rises and spending cuts – to reduce budget deficits, but few are credible. If launched too soon they could halt a fledgling recovery.

13. Major failures in the financial sector and in financial regulation and supervision were fundamental causes of the crisis. Confidence will not be restored until we rebuild trust in our financial system. We will take action to build a stronger, more globally consistent, supervisory and regulatory framework for the future financial sector, which will support sustainable global growth and serve the needs of business and citizens.

Major failures in the banking system did not help – but there are other causes, such as the vast trade deficit between China and the US that created the "great wall of money" which funded the credit boom and the banks' misadventures. This fundamental cause was hardly addressed properly, even in the sessions between presidents Obama and Hu Jintao. Still, the G20 are asking the banks to own up to their "impaired assets". Again.

15. To this end we are implementing the Action Plan agreed at our last meeting, as set out in the attached progress report. We have today also issued a Declaration, Strengthening the Financial System. In particular we agree:

• to establish a new Financial Stability Board (FSB) with a strengthened mandate, as a successor to the Financial Stability Forum (FSF), including all G20 countries, FSF members, Spain, and the European Commission;

• to endorse and implement the FSF's tough new principles on pay and compensation and to support sustainable compensation schemes and the corporate social responsibility of all firms.

The new Financial Stability Board could be seen as an embryonic global watchdog – or as another slow-moving collection of regulators. The attack on "rewards for failure" comes straight from the court of world public opinion, although as usual there are few specifics. Tax havens also come under attack but what the "sanctions" primed by the G20 will be remain to be seen.

Continued at Next Post

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 02:35 PM
reply to post by burntheships

Exactly. Follow that money trail. There is a good reason the IMF, The World Bank, Bank for International Settlements, the Central Banks of the World, Gold depositories, Sovereign City States, Trusts, Offshore accounts do NOT pay taxes and are ABOVE the majic words AUDIT and ACCOUNTABILITY.

Demand an Audit of every 'institution' of which was created to enslave the common folk and bring in a NWO of Serfdom. I don't subscribe to the word 'common' folk since there is not a common thing about myself.

The word 'common' could be more accurately defined as one whom is 'ignorant' of the will and agenda of your 'authorities'?

True Authority is earned, not granted. It has no need to operate in the dark unless their is a Dark agenda at hand.

Authority today and throughout much of history has been bridled by Tyrants and perpetuated amongst the people of the world via a cloak of secrecy and various disinformation campaigns.

I simply desire to live in a Just world whereby a collective sense of Reason amongst the people at large prevails. Open debate among the people and their 'authorities' is what is necessary for Divine Order to be realized in your world.

No one can enslave another unless the other 'consents' their power to another or are unaware they are being enslaved.

Truth and Reason prevail in the End.




May a Beacon of Light blind and banish your Beasts of Burdon.

We have a Choice.

[edit on 3-4-2009 by Perseus Apex]

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 02:36 PM
Everything you need to know about the G20 Deal...(Continued)

20. We agree that the heads and senior leadership of the international financial institutions should be appointed through an open, transparent, and merit-based selection process.

The usual stitch-up whereby the head of the IMF is always European and the head of the World Bank American may come to an end – but when? They have been discussing this for years.

21. We reaffirm the commitment made in Washington: to refrain from raising new barriers to investment or to trade in goods and services, imposing new export restrictions, or implementing World Trade Organisation (WTO) inconsistent measures to stimulate exports. In addition we will rectify promptly any such measures. We extend this pledge to the end of 2010.

The pledge was not to introduce new tariffs and quotas on trade. The World Bank says that 17 of the G20 powers then went ahead and did precisely that. Domestic political pressures to protect jobs are becoming irresistible.

25. We are determined not only to restore growth but to lay the foundation for a fair and sustainable world economy. We recognise that the current crisis has a disproportionate impact on the vulnerable in the poorest countries and recognise our collective responsibility to mitigate the social impact of the crisis to minimise long-lasting damage to global potential. To this end:

• we reaffirm our historic commitment to meeting the Millennium Development Goals and to achieving our respective ODA pledges, including commitments on Aid for Trade, debt relief, and the Gleneagles commitments, especially to sub-Saharan Africa.

World Bank president Robert Zoellick recognises that falling world trade will hit the poorest and smallest nations hardest. Do the G20 want to see social unrest and immigration as a result of neglecting the "bottom billion"?

27. We agreed to make the best possible use of investment funded by fiscal stimulus programmes towards the goal of building a resilient, sustainable, and green recovery. We will make the transition towards clean, innovative, resource efficient, low carbon technologies and infrastructure. We encourage the MDBs to contribute fully to the achievement of this objective. We will identify and work together on further measures to build sustainable economies.

The Chinese will probably continue to build a power station a week, usually coal-powered. More countries are likely to follow Obama's lead in "greening growth", however.

29. We have committed ourselves to work together with urgency and determination to translate these words into action. We agreed to meet again before the end of this year to review progress on our commitments.

The circus arrives in Scotland in November.

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 02:39 PM
reply to post by JesusSaves2008

Good point Jesus, I remember when I first came to the forum I pointed out that this was taught by the churches, I believe the first one I heard speak of it was Pat Robertson.

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 02:42 PM
This is one idea.

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 02:43 PM

Originally posted by burntheships
reply to post by GoldenFleece

Great Post! I suspect many people are still confused by the events of the G20 Summit, and many are in shock. Thank you for a very pertinent addition to this thread...isnt that the way it always is? Follow the money trail...
Absolute power corrupts, absolutely.

John Perkins and his role as Economic Hitman (EHM) is the main theme in part II of the movie Zeitgeist: Addendum, released October 2008. He also appears in the documentary movie "Let's make money" (in German) by the Austrian director Erwin Wagenhofer, released October 2008.

Ships, I am confused, I am stressed, in fact I feel quite ill at the moment.

and frustrated,

I am not ashamed to admit that I feel helpless, I post information in order to enlighten, but people don't want the facts,

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 02:52 PM
reply to post by Perseus Apex

Yes for all the whoopla you would think that these G20 men...TPTB have finally banded together and have come up with a working strategy...but is not so! Just another big ploy to make the world stand by and take notice, and surrender our rights and freedoms in trade for serfdom.

Consider this: Part of the G20 deal has created this new Financial Stability Board (FSB) as a successor to the Financial Stability Forum (FSF)...

The new Financial Stability Board may become a global watchdog...or another slow-moving collection of regulators(Crooked!) (Giant Global Ponzi Scheme!) Yuk Yuk. It is not funny. It is just an excuse to rope a dope the public.

The attack on "rewards for failure" comes straight from the court of world public opinion, although as usual there are few specifics. Tax havens also come under attack but what if any sanctions by G20 nations remains to be seen...and we know these men will be keeping thier money somewhere...along with the Vatican. They play the world as pawns...

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 02:54 PM
reply to post by wonderworld

Thanks for the laugh.

It's been a while.

One question?

Who's the clown at the steering wheel?

Rothschild or Rockyfeeler.

[edit on 3-4-2009 by Perseus Apex]

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 02:56 PM
reply to post by Stormdancer777

I am with you there...I too post to flesh it out in my soul, and vent! And to inform...just as your good post today will inform others. We have to dowhat we can, as long as we can.

Soon, if that new legislation before congress passes, we will lose the freedom of the internet, and it too will be "censored"! Post while we can!
Keep up the good work Stormdancer!

posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 03:06 PM
reply to post by wonderworld

Too funny...I suspect that many people see the G20 summit as the Ice Cream Man...

Did you notice the poll on ATS? Asking if the G20 Summit pretty much confirms the New World Order being here? Only less than 50% think was just a way to address the global crisis!

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