Friday, October 17, 2008


Where Will the Economy be in a Year?

Whose got the money?

Whose got the oil and gas - countries like Venezuela, Bolivia, Iraq, Iran, Russia and Scotland, which have all been under attack by the New World Order.

Whose got the successful manufacturing industries - countries like China and Japan.

Are they to come under attack?

"The emerging markets of the developing world boast the strong balance sheets and deep financial pockets while the United States and Western Europe lurch from crisis to crisis." (Washington Times - Financial crisis reshapes world order)

According to Alex Patelis, head of international economics at Merrill Lynch: "We do need a new world financial order, and we will probably get one as a side effect of this crisis," he said. (Washington Times - Financial crisis reshapes world order)

The headline in The Herald was: Brown We Need A New World Order In Finance)

Steve Watson writes at Prison Planet, 16 October 2008:

"Officials in Brussels indicated last night that a “Bretton Woods II” summit could take place in New York as early as next month, reports the Financial Times.

"In addition, Morgan Stanley Chief Executive John Mack has also called for a new global body to oversee the financial crisis, warning that it is like nothing he’s ever seen before.

"The calls echo those of elite figures such as CFR member Jeffrey Garten and Timothy Geithner, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, who have both recently called for a “new global monetary authority”, a de-facto global financial dictatorship, operating across borders and forcing nations and corporations to register and adhere to strict monitoring and regulations."
-Calls For New Global Financial Order Increase

How is the New World Order going to get control of the wealth in countries such as China, Russia, Venezuela, Iran, and Scotland?

Foreign exchange reserves in millions of USD (Wikipedia)

1. China $ 1,808,828

2. Japan $ 995,800

3. Russia $ 546,100

Current Account Balance (2005 estimate - Economic and Social research Council)

1 Japan 165.6 billion

2 China 160.8 billion

Debt and tax


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