posted on Feb, 23 2014 @ 07:37 AM
In this interview I heard Henrik Palmgren try to elicit a scenario for how to replace the present system of monetary control with something better.
I interpret Karen Hudes' response as one where she does not think it is up to her and her associates to answer that question.
I heard her saying that the militaries of the world are now pushing back and refusing to go to war and that this is a result of exposure of
corruption, which is what she and her associates have been doing.
She said that there is more gold in the world than people know about, and she seems to be calling for the militaries and governments of the world to
use the legal structure that is already in place at the World Bank to take control of the world's gold.
I think she's saying that in the future there must be bottom-up instead of top-down decision making to prevent another system just as bad as the one
we have from taking hold.
She's saying that local currencies for the exchange of goods and services is essential. I agree with that concept completely.
Karen Hudes - Former World Bank Insider on the Corruption of the Global Elite