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Originally posted by BulletShogun
With this title it had to be germanicus.
Everyone hates america due to our foreign policy. And marketing ideas.
America is not doomed yet.
I don't know whats wrong with you but you seem to have some kind of vendetta against america
Originally posted by Germanicus
reply to post by Iamonlyhuman
It does not matter. The United States has failed.
The world will not wait.
We do not need America.
America is dead weight.
The US Government will not stop overspending. The waste in the US is incredible. The economy is like tullip mania. The dollar is overvalued. The whole economy is inflated. The US is not really the largest economy in the world. Take away the reserve status and they collapse. They are a military and consumers spending an inflated dollar. The capital is in the East.
So why should the world continue to prop the US up? Greece is not the problem.
The world is done with the US and their overspending amongst other things. Having the reserve has allowed the US to print money. The rest of us have to manage our economies. The United States went mental. They have allowed corporatists to destroy their economy and the west.
Its time to let the East take a turn. They are ready. The BRICS are the power.
On 23 March 2012, U.S. President Barack Obama announced that the United States would nominate Jim Yong Kim as the next President of the Bank.
Many achievements have brought the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) targets for 2015 within reach in some cases. For the goals to be realized, six criteria must be met: stronger and more inclusive growth in Africa and fragile states, more effort in health and education, integration of the development and environment agendas, more and better aid, movement on trade negotiations, and stronger and more focused support from multilateral institutions like the World Bank.
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