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Inside the IMF master plan

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posted on Aug, 22 2010 @ 02:48 AM
The International Monetary Fund is an international organisation, focusing on exchange rates and balance payments of the world financial system. When it was created in July 1944, at Brent Woods, the IMF was schedule to become a global central bank. What people do not know is the first announcement of the IMF;

The Bancor.

What is the Bancor you ask? Well, it was the planned World currency.

The bancor was a World Currency Unit of clearing that was proposed by John Maynard Keynes, as leader of the British delegation and chairman of the World Bank commission, in the negotiations that established the Bretton Woods system, but has not been implemented.[1]There are some suggestions from the IMF of the possibility of its use in future.[2][3]

Wiki Bancor

The idea was taken extremely seriously, that the United States government even drafted plans for it's implementation. However, disputes between members states and inability to agree to an elected United Nations Parliament (yes, they did plan for World government at Brent Woods) meant it did not happen. Britain argued you could not have a world currency without a world government.

Now, let us leave 1944 and move to the present day. 2010.

IMF blueprint for a global currency – yes really

Authored by Reza Moghadam, director of the IMF’s strategy, policy and review department, it discusses how the IMF sees the International Monetary System evolving after the financial crisis. the eyes of the IMF at least, the best way to ensure the stability of the international monetary system (post crisis) is actually by launching a global currency.

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

Financial Times

From what I've been told, the scenario will unfold regarding a potential conflict in the Middle East (or instability) leading to high commodity prices. Thus, resulting in a weak Dollar - with investors rushing to save havens. Due to this "flight to safety", high inflation will occur due to rapid commodity spikes.

The G20 will debate, and then recommend, replacing the Dollar with a neutral global currency and establishing stable prices and low inflation. It will argue, that a sovereign currency gives unfair bias to the host nation and instability within the market (when Oil goes up, Dollar goes down, etc)

To ensure secure, safe and stability within the new currency and the commodity markets, the IMF will become a central bank. And with the coming sovereign debt crisis - it will be given the authority to enter the bond market. The first mutations of the Bancor will be the current SDR (special drawing rights) system, but once the population are use to the workings of a global reserve currency (and the markets too), the Bancor will be formally introduced.

How do we stop this from happening, you ask?

Too late. It was discussed at the G20 London, during the IMF presentation regarding the financial crisis. I've been told, under good authority, that the coin presented at a G8 press conference -by the Russian President- was the Bancor.

Everything is already in place. They're just waiting for the right severity to implement the strategy.

[edit on 22-8-2010 by infinite]

posted on Aug, 22 2010 @ 03:53 AM
The International Monetary Fund that was born around the second world war and whose founding fathers were Harry Dexter representing the USA and John Maynard Keynes from the United Kingdom.

Both of them were actually representing the interests of bankers same bankers that , according to present evidence , made deals with both sides during the second world war .

It was proved by documents of the NSA ( American national Security Agency ) that Dexter had ties with the USSR while Keynes was a little fascist under the disguise of an economist . He published several books like "The consequences of the peace on an economy " and he taught governments how to steal the assets of the population with hyperinflation .

IMF is the biggest loan shark in the world. Once you make a deal with them you never escape them. Most the money that countries borrow from the IMF goes to ... banks. This is more than ironic , this is unscrupulousness and this should be considered terrorism , as the citizens of the countries that take money from the IMF will be terrorized with taxes until their dead and so will their children and grandchildren

Insignificant amounts from the total borrowed goes to investitions and the actual recovery of a country that is in an economic impasse , take Greece for example.

And if , in the respective country corruption and incompetence reaches high levels, no money at all, from the loan , will ever reach any area that will actually benefit the citizens of the respective country.

The loan deals are made at the advice of a country's national bank governor advice.

Before the governor of Poland's central bank plane crash , Poland refused a new deal with the IMF, after the crash a new governor was appointed , with ties to the IMF, as most governors across the world are, and a new deal was made.

The birth of the IMF was the greatest step forward for certain people, the Rothschilds , in their pursuit for total control, through the IMF they control the central banks, through the central banks they control all bankers, big or small, and through the bankers they control the population

[edit on 22-8-2010 by charlie_the_loafer]

posted on Aug, 22 2010 @ 09:24 AM
Yet another piece of the puzzle that seems to fit what I've learned perfectly.

Very disturbing. Unfortunately not surprising

I've read a lot the why, who's and how's regarding this topic.
If you are interested let me know.

Thanks for posting

posted on Aug, 22 2010 @ 10:32 AM
Anyone with their head out of the sand can see the plan here.
They will get their plan implemented its just a matter of time.

But, picture this:
Eventually, printed currency and plastic 'credit cards' will become annoying because they always need replaced.
With our new instant gratification addiction, we will become tired of exchanging paper.
That seems almost inevitable.

So....invent a new way to store information in a smaller, more convenient package and market it as the next best thing. Or a microchip?

Then turn all currencies into one form, i.e., 'credits' and use a single unit, i.e., a global currency.
Use the Internet as the medium and control it through laws and bills passed in each country...
Presto! (look what is happening in Congress now)

Now you can electronically control all of your wealth.
Once the same people who run the IMF, start running the electronic currency, then they can implement a global currency.
One credit for a hamburger please.
No paper, no plastic, nothing to wear out.

It's simple, really.
It's the next step.

Do I agree with it? No.
But, time will tell because this process could still take 10 years to finish.

posted on Aug, 22 2010 @ 10:41 AM
reply to post by havok

Ah yes, the Star Trek society with no currency. Gordon Brown even talked about this prospect, when he was still British Prime Minister. 2015 was his recommendation towards establishing an electronic finance society.

I agree with your assumption of a 10 year period. The IMF need to obliterate the system in order to allow us to blindly cheer a cashless society.

posted on Aug, 22 2010 @ 01:34 PM
reply to post by infinite

Our race resembles the Borg a lot more you know...

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