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Global New Deal - to 'Rescue World Economy'

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posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 03:45 PM
News Story Here

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown hopes to forge a "global new deal" with President Obama to rescue the world's economy when he makes his first visit to the White House since Obama's inauguration.

The Times of London reports Brown, who arrives Tuesday, will reportedly introduce a plan requiring massive spending on a worldwide scale.

WHAT THE HELL????!!!!!!!!!

It's bad enough that Obama went beyond the typical (non-change) tax and spend policies of the liberal left ... and he went right into a 'spend us to death' policy. But now Obama and that idiot Brown want us to spend the whole world into bliss and happiness - on the backs of US Taxpayers (and the British taxpayers as well??)

The American taxpayer can NOT support the entire planet.

God .. I freak'n hate these idiots.

posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 03:57 PM

posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 04:01 PM

posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 04:04 PM
Browns plan .. in his own words.
Or at least it's the public version of the plan.

Times On Line

That is why President Obama and I will discuss this week a global new deal, whose impact can stretch from the villages of Africa to reforming the financial institutions of London and New York– and giving security to the hard-working families in every country.

Pretty words....
Pretty SCARY that is!

First, universal action to prevent the crisis spreading, to stimulate the global economy and to help reduce the severity and length of the global recession. Second, action to kick-start lending so that families and businesses can borrow again. Third, all countries renouncing protectionism, with a transparent mechanism to monitor commitments. Fourth, reform of international regulation to close regulatory gaps so shadow banking systems have nowhere to hide. Fifth, reform of our international financial institutions and the creation of an international early warning system. And last, coordinated international action to build tomorrow today – putting the world economy on an economically, environmentally and socially sustainable path towards future growth and recovery.

Brown - Globalization is not an option, it is a fact.

posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 04:06 PM

Originally posted by Solomons

Ah crap .. i checked and everything.
General Conspiracy? I figured global meltdown.

posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 04:20 PM
the UK-USA (Anglo-American) hegomony (stranglehold) days are numbered...

Russia, Arab GulfStates, Germany, perhaps China will all form trade pacts/agreements between themselves and the EU & India/Brazil...

to the demise of the current USD/petro-dollar as world reserve currency
(before the USD it was Sterling)

England & USA will use their loud voices in NATO to exact concessions
in extending the hegemony of the petro-dollar for awhile...
such as providing Fund$ for the building of major base$ in employment starved NATO countries.

the private meetings are like the 'two kings resolved on evil, will sit at the table and exchange lies...'~Book of Daniel~

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