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G-20 Makes Six Pledges Toward New World Order

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posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 04:48 AM
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G-20 Makes Six Pledges Toward New World Order


www.huliq.com

In a press conference after the plenary session the British PM Gordon Brown read the communique of the G-20 leaders where the heads of the states have agreed to make six pledges to improve the world economy and emerge a "new world order."

Brown says that the world leaders have pledged to take global actions together and that a consensus is reached. One trillion dollars will be made available through the International Monetary Fund to boost the world economy

G-20 will take essential actions to rebuild confidence and trust in the financial system. There are no quick fixes, but the leaders pledge to act together to work things out.

The leaders will regulate credit rating agencies so they provide better pictures of economies and companies around the world helping investors to make wiser decisions. The leaders will end tax heavens and will bring end to banking secrecy.

Banking secrecy must come to end, says Gordon Brown. Tough standards and sanctions will be taken against those who don't come to light in the future.
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posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 04:48 AM
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None of us want those crooks & murderers deciding our future. They don't own us. If we allow them to control our money-supply, we might as well let them put shackles on our limbs.

We can't allow that group of fiat-lawmakers & bankers to control our lives. We're supposed to make great rules for them (not the opposite). We never elected them, and we will never need them. Live free or die, patriots & freedom-lovers.


Here are the six pledges that the G-20 made today. It's in brief.

1 Restore confidence, growth, and jobs;
2 Repair the financial system to restore lending;
3 Strengthen financial regulation to rebuild trust;
4 Fund and reform our international financial institutions to overcome this crisis and prevent future ones;
5 Promote global trade and investment and reject protectionism, to underpin prosperity;
6 Build an inclusive, green, and sustainable recovery.

You can read the entire G-20 communique here.


www.huliq.com
(visit the link for the full news article)

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posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 05:48 AM
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Gordon Brown is a self deluded nut that lives in his own egotistical, ignorant world. None of this has been agreed upon.



posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 06:18 AM
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There is a desperate need for a New World Order and there is no way around it! Although whats worrying me is who will be in charge.

It could be Eden on earth, or it could turn out to be corrupt.



posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 06:50 AM
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Originally posted by Clairaudience
There is a desperate need for a New World Order and there is no way around it! Although whats worrying me is who will be in charge.

It could be Eden on earth, or it could turn out to be corrupt.


There is a desperate need because it was engineered that way , they have been trying it for years.

Now that mankind is on its knees , mankind will accept it.

Yet , we know at the current form , it is just more of the old same , the same people will be in power. The same outrageous things will be happenning.

The only thing that will really change will be our fredoms being even lessened.


It is not a New World Order for the people (socialist) , it is a New World Order for the current powers (marxist). And we all know what marxism caused and still causes to a few parts of this world....



posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 06:58 AM
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The nwo is alot further down the line than any of you understand.

These people are so well protected your never going to get near them, and they can do what they want. They know there are endless amounts of scum that will kill and torture for them, and the minority that just want to live there lifes are just screwed, because you will not do anything.

The americans, are so asleep, compared to any other country on earth, and explain that to us.

These people are alot closer than you guys want to think, to this monster world of theres. They do not care if you think its not going to happen.



posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 07:08 AM
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So sorry if this is off topic BUT

A lot of the important news is being cued as "breaking news" in the US as of 7:50 am. What do they follow up with? Madonnas adoption *puke*

As an American, and a tree hugging liberal, I was stunned at this mornings live new conference of the G20. What will the other Americans see, those that have regular jobs...whatever the MSM wants them to see.

What I saw in regards to Obama and France....he was obvioulsy flustered. Not the Obama the US is used to seeing. He was trying to give France the support they needed....France, as I see, is not so fond of the PM

Just a bunch of national arse kissing if you ask me. "We want strong allies"...."We are looking to be partners with Europe"...."The happier the United States will be."

Bascially, a more mlitary strong Europe is a good Europe. Allow me to say for this American, nor Bush, nor Obama speaks for the country.

Even backing down on North Korea, just a buch of posturing if you ask me. To get back to talks with N.K. would be the ultimate dialog but then...I want Utopia so what do I know.

P.S. Looking forward to the "town hall meeting"



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posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 07:17 AM
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]I just heard this on NPR on my way to work this morning. Heres A link to the Gordon Brown speech.




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posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 07:51 AM
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And now he's talking about Globalization. I'm most interested in hearing from those in other countries....what are your thoughs on all of this.



posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 08:01 AM
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Your previous president destroyed your international reputation.

Your present one has to kiss ass to repair that.

In fact, foreign relations is the sole area where Obama actually has some merit... let him get on with it.



posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 08:03 AM
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Is Brown (Rothschild stooge) priming up the economy for a massive crash.



For now, I’d like to share with you another suspicious aspect. For a while in Coffee House we’ve been saying that the markets wouldn’t let Brown borrow more: what if the Arabs and Chinese tire of buying all the debt? This presumed Brown’s hands would be tied by the market. But, as so often, I underestimate him. Now he has his new toys, he can tweak banking regulations to have the nationalised British banks buy his crappy debt instead, and thereby divert the nation’s savings into the Treasury’s coffers. And let’s not forget what the £150 billion “quantitative easing” package does – provides money that is to be spent on, well, government debt. Using the G20 as political cover, Brown now has the tools he needs to launch a massive pre-election tax cut - and post the bill to a Conservative government. So QE could turn out to be the prelude of what economists describe as “helicopter money”.

Complexity is the second-last refuge of the scoundrel (pension funds are the first) and all the banking arrangements make it harder than ever to work out what Brown is up to. But please, bear with me. Look at the below graph. The rest of the world (green line) is running as fast as it can from UK government debt. Ditto the British investors. In any other circumstances, this would leave Brown with a major funding problem – and we’d be in Dennis Healey IMF bailout territory. But look at the grey lines. These nationalised banks have been gripped by a mysterious sense of patriotism and have started to buy Brown’s IOU notes.

In the old days, when banks lent money to people and not vice versa, UK banks would scour the globe looking for the best investments. Now, having been net sellers from 1998-2007, the British holdings of UK gilts and t-bills has surged by £30bn in the last three months – the highest since data began in 1997. No surprise, you might argue: flight to safety. But it’s funny how foreign and non-bank UK buyers seen to be able to find several better forms of safety than buying the debt of a desperate government that has just started to print money. As he so rightly says, it’s a whole new world.


www.spectator.co.uk...



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